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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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shooter-liberal.

Bravo NW... expect a call from CBS Producers for the rights to CSI:Central Coast

I didn't call the POS shooter a liberal, I was pointing out a major flaw in bunker boy's "thinking", but if you feel comfortable sticking for that loony in the bunker, be my guest, he's all yours.


hey nitwit lowIQ of 30

seems this is not getting much play in the media... the person of interest who has taken his site offline geeeee why... ahhh a guy who works for a defense contractor... 90% plus people who work at defense contractors are right wingers....

remember the right winger who blindsided punched the black guy at a trump rally, it turns out he had been convicted of vote fraud voting in 2 states and worked for a defense contractor.



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5331793/Judges-order-release-records-Las-Vegas-mass-shooting.html

The Las Vegas Review-Journal decided to name the second person of interest - Douglas Haig, 55, of Mesa, Arizona.


REVEALED: Court documents identify SECOND 'person of interest' in the Las Vegas massacre: Feds wanted to question another man in the days after the mass shooting
Stephen Paddock was the lone gunman in the October 1 shooting in Las Vegas
He killed 58 and injured more then 800 in deadliest mass shooting in US history
Now unsealed search warrant records reveal two additional people of interest
The name of one of those people is blacked out in the court records
A Las Vegas newspaper identified the other person of interest as Douglas Haig
Haig, 55, of Mesa, Arizona, runs a web site that sells specialized ammunition

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Right wing hero running for the Congress.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/cnn-host-tells-holocaust-denying-161053371.html

CNN Host Tells Holocaust-Denying Congress Candidate: 'You'll Go Down In Flames'

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A Republican candidate for an Illinois seat in Congress on Thursday openly denied the Holocaust and said, “You jews media, you’ve gone absolutely nuts,” during an appearance on CNN’s “New Day.”

Arthur Jones, the self-described former leader of the American Nazi Party, called the Holocaust a “scam” and an “extortion racket” as “New Day” host Alisyn Camerota challenged him. Jones, the sole Republican in the race for Illinois’ 3rd Congressional District, is set to capture the party’s nomination in the March primary election.

Camerota aired footage of an unhinged Jones speech at a neo-Nazi event, then posed a blunt question.

“Mr. Jones, It is shocking to hear how vocally and unapologetically racist you are. Are you a Nazi?”

Jones said he doesn’t call himself a Nazi because he has not formally been involved with Nazi organizations for the last “15, 20 years.”

“I call myself an American patriot and statesman,” he said.

Jones is challenging Rep. Daniel Lipinski (D), and has been denounced by the Illinois Republican Party and National Republican Congressional Committee.

“You’ve been part of anti-Semitic groups since the 1970s,” Camerota told him. “You’re part of the White People’s Party. You dress in Nazi garb, you celebrate Hitler’s birthday.

“You’re a Nazi.”

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 12:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

this time he will be convicted...

https://www.aol.com/article/entertainment/2018/03/15/five-other-accusers-allowed-to-testify-at-cosby-sex-abuse-retrial/23386997/?utm_source=zergnet.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=zergnet_2696283&ncid=txtlnkusaolp00001361

Five other accusers allowed to testify at Cosby sex abuse retrial

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STROUDSBURG, Pa., March 15 (Reuters) - Five women who have accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them will be allowed to testify at his upcoming retrial on charges of sexually assaulting a former friend, a Pennsylvania judge ruled Thursday, in a victory for prosecutors.

The decision by Judge Steven O'Neill is likely to have a major influence on the second trial of Cosby, 80, who is accused of attacking Andrea Constand, now 44, at his home near Philadelphia between Dec. 30, 2003, and Jan. 20, 2004.

His first trial in June ended with a hung jury in Judge O'Neill's courtroom a


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https://www.yahoo.com/news/model-janice-dickinson-testify-bill-183701287.html
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Model Janice Dickinson To Testify At Bill Cosby's Retrial


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Former supermodel and TV personality Janice Dickinson will be a prosecution witness against comedian Bill Cosby in his upcoming sexual assault retrial.

Dickinson, 63, has been subpoenaed for the retrial in suburban Philadelphia, prosecutors told Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill on Wednesday. She is among five so-called prior bad-acts witnesses the judge ruled earlier this month would be allowed to take the stand.

Cosby, 80, is charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University women’s basketball coach Andrea Constand in 2004. A jury deadlocked on the charges in June 2016 and a mistrial was declared. Cosby has pleaded not guilty.

The judge ruled the five women could testify because their stories closely resemble the claims made by Constand. The ruling was seen as a big victory for prosecutors.

“If the prosecution chooses to call Janice Dickinson as one of the five ‘prior bad acts’ witnesses, she is ready, willing and able to testify truthfully about her experience,” Dickinson’s attorney Lisa Bloom said Wednesday, according to the New York Daily News.

In a 2014 interview with ET Online, Dickinson said Cosby drugged and raped her in 1982 after dinner in Lake Tahoe.

“The next morning I woke up, and I wasn’t wearing my pajamas,” she told ET. “Before I woke up in the morning, the last thing I remember was Bill Cosby in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe and getting on top of me. And I remember a lot of pain.”

Dickinson also has filed a civil lawsuit against Cosby, saying he defamed her with a statement calling her a liar.

More than 50 women have accused the entertainer of sexual assault, with many saying he drugged and raped them.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ultra-partisan wynn... just another right-wing partisan rapist billionaire...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/elaine-wynn-says-she-reported-203946176.html

Elaine Wynn says she reported rape allegation to company

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Elaine Wynn, the ex-wife of embattled casino mogul Steve Wynn, said during a court hearing Wednesday that she told the company's general counsel in 2009 that she had received information alleging her ex-husband had raped an employee in 2005. The general counsel later denied receiving any information about a rape allegation.

The revelation came during testimony in a special hearing in a yearslong civil case in state court in Las Vegas involving her, her ex-husband and the casino-operating company they founded. It was the first time she testified in open court regarding the sexual misconduct allegation against Steve Wynn.

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https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ted-nugent-says-parkland-survivors-are-lairs-and-have-no-soul_us_5ac25ad7e4b00fa46f8513ac

Ted Nugent Says Parkland Survivors Are ‘Liars’ And ‘Have No Soul’
The musician and NRA board member made the comments on a conservative radio talk show.




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Musician and National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent personally attacked survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting who organized last month’s March for Our Lives to push for stricter gun laws.

Nugent slammed the teens during a Friday interview on the nationally syndicated conservative radio program “The Joe Pags Show,” calling the teens “liars,” “soulless” and “poor, mushy-brained children.”

“All you have to do now is not only feel sorry for the liars, but you have to go against them and pray to God that the lies can be crushed and the liars can be silenced so that real measures can be put into place to actually save children’s lives,” Nugent said about the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, just six weeks after a gunman shot and killed 17 people at their South Florida high school.

“The lies from the left, the lies from these poor, mushy-brained children who have been fed lies and parrot the lies, they are actually committing spiritual suicide because everything they recommend will cause more death and mayhem, guaranteed,” Nugent said.

Later in the segment, host Joe Pagliarulo showed Nugent clips of two of the most vocal student activists, David Hogg and Emma González, railing against the NRA. That spurred Nugent to say:

“The dumbing down of America is manifested in the culture deprivation of our academia that have taught these kids the lies, media that have prodded and encouraged and provided these kids lies. I really feel sorry for them because it’s not only ignorant and dangerously stupid, but it’s soulless.”

He added:

“To attack the good, law-abiding families of America when well-known, predictable murderers commit these horrors is deep in the category of soulless.”

In response to the “Cat Scratch Fever” rocker’s comments, several Stoneman Douglas students spoke out online, including Cameron Kasky.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

a few more militia right wingers going mcveigh...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/exclusive-apos-everyday-guy-apos-233458205.html

Exclusive: 'Everyday Guy' Describes How He Brought Down An American Terrorist Cell

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WICHITA, Kan. ― Three anti-Muslim domestic terrorists who plotted to blow up a Garden City apartment complex where many Somali Muslim immigrants lived were convicted on Wednesday on federal charges that could send them to prison for life. Five weeks into the trial, jurors deliberated for less than a full day before finding Kansas militiamen Patrick Stein, Curtis Allen and Gavin Wright guilty on all charges.

But it wasn’t just the trio on trial.

So too was Dan Day, the FBI informant whose hours of recordings ― which featured vile discussions of planned violence against Muslims, who the men called “cockroaches” ― were the centerpiece of the federal government’s case against a group that dubbed themselves “The Crusaders.”

Day’s testimony was at the center of the trial. Federal prosecutors would not have had a case without him. Defense attorneys said the plot would never have moved forward if it was not for Day pushing the group to action.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

a great day for justice, another ulra partisan right winger goes to jail...



Bill Cosby Yells At Prosecutor After Guilty Verdict: 'You A**hole!'

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Hayley Miller
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Bill Cosby lashed out at a prosecutor in a Pennsylvania courtroom Thursday after he was found guilty of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault.

The outburst came as Kevin Steele, district attorney for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, argued to the judge that Cosby, 80, should be taken into custody and his $1 million bail revoked. He said Cosby could use his private plane to flee.

“He doesn’t have a plane, you asshole!” Cosby stood up and shouted at Steele, according to The New York Times. “I’m sick of him!”

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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2018 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sounds like many of the alt-right white racists on this forum...


https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/her-son-facing-murder-charges-is-being-called-an-alt-right-killer-this-mother-blames-herself/2018/03/26/6e4326c4-02a9-11e8-bb03-722769454f82_story.html?utm_term=.9362d55fc1bc
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She knows, perhaps better than anyone, how her son struggled with mental-health issues for much of his life. But it was only after the killings, she said, that she learned the full extent of his deepening interest in white supremacy, including a Twitter account he appeared to maintain that espoused hatred of Jews and gays, praised Adolf Hitler and endorsed a neo-Nazi group linked to multiple murders.

“I use ironic memes as a way to cover up the fact how badly i want to blow my brains out,” the teen wrote in a note the mother discovered in his bedroom after the Dec. 22 shootings of Scott Fricker, 48, and Buckley Kuhn-Fricker, 43. (Courtesy of the family)

It was those beliefs that pushed the Frickers to force an end to the relationship between the teen and their daughter. Just days before the Dec. 22 shootings, Buckley Kuhn-Fricker had written an email to the administrator of the teen’s school, calling him an “outspoken Neo Nazi.”

The Southern Poverty Law Center has labeled the teen an “alt-right killer,” listing him alongside Dylann Roof and others as perpetrators of a new wave of violence by angry young white men, often steeped in hatred on social media and Internet groups.



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The teen, his mother would later learn, had been sneaking online despite the court order.

On Twitter, under an assumed name and with an avatar that was a ghoulish and skeletal Nazi, he appeared to be pushing hatred and violence against Jews, gays and other minorities. The account has since been suspended.

The vitriol seemed to grow in intensity in the fall, with the account retweeting posts calling Martin Luther King Jr. “a low IQ pervert and sex abuser,” images of Nazis saluting, another claiming Hitler was not a racist, and a fourth featuring an illustration of a girl drawing a swastika and the message “I miss u Hitler.”

Other tweets embraced the Atomwaffen Division, a paramilitary neo-Nazi group whose members have been linked to a handful of killings and who consider Charles Manson a hero.

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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 9:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

as we know the right wing loves the racists in their party... well they are about to lose a few of their base...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/57-white-supremacists-texas-indicted-185945145.html

57 White Supremacists In Texas Indicted In Meth, Kidnapping Cases


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Authorities have charged 57 white supremacists with crimes related to a yearslong methamphetamine operation in Texas, a federal court has revealed.

In an indictment unsealed Monday by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas and obtained by HuffPost, white supremacists from six different groups are facing charges including drug trafficking and kidnapping.

Members from the Aryan Circle, the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, the Aryan Brotherhood, the Peckerwoods, the Soldiers of Aryan Culture and the Dirty White Boys “engaged in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and other illegal narcotics throughout the Northern District of Texas and elsewhere,” according to the indictment.

The groups all have ties to white supremacist ideology, including the Ayran Circle, which believes “in the complete separation of the races.” The Aryan Brotherhood, meanwhile, may have as many as 20,000 members, the indictment says.

Many of the defendants “used firearms and physical violence to further their drug trafficking activities,” according to the indictment.

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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2018 11:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

you will not hear of this at Fox or alex Jones who made their next mass murderer...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/documents-suggest-las-vegas-shooter-100025076.html

New documents suggest Las Vegas shooter was conspiracy theorist – what we know
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Jason Wilson
,The Guardian•May 19, 2018
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In the documents, those who encountered gunman Stephen Paddock say he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs characteristic of the far right

The kitchenette in the hotel room of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s 32nd floor room of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas.
The kitchenette in the hotel room of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s 32nd floor room of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas. Photograph: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police De/AP
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What’s the latest development in the Stephen Paddock story?
Stephen Paddock was the gunman who killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more last October, when he opened fire from the window of his room at the Mandalay hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.

Yesterday, following legal action from news organizations, the Las Vegas police department released a trove of documents on the investigation, including statements from witnesses and victims.

What did the document release tell us?
Mostly the documents contain harrowing accounts from victims of Stephen Paddock’s shooting spree. There is also an interview with Paddock’s wife. As police said in the press conference announcing the release, there is nothing definitive in the material about Paddock’s motives for the massacre.

But tantalizingly, people who encountered Paddock before his shooting say that he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs, which are characteristic of the far right.

In a handwritten statement, one woman says she sat near Paddock in a diner just a few days before the shooting, while out with her son. She said she heard him and a companion discussing the 25th anniversary of the Ruby Ridge standoff and the Waco siege. (Each of these incidents became touchstones for a rising anti-government militia movement in the 1990s.)

She says she heard him and his companion saying that courtroom flags with golden fringes are not real flags. The belief that gold-fringed flags are those of a foreign jurisdiction, or “admiralty flags”, is characteristic of so-called “sovereign citizens”, who believe, among other things, that the current US government, and its laws, are illegitimate.

“At the time,” her statement says, “I thought, ‘Strange guys’ and wanted to leave.”

Another man, himself currently in jail, says he met Paddock three weeks before the shooting for an abortive firearms transaction, in the carpark of a Bass Pro Shop. The man was selling schematic diagrams for an auto sear, a device that would convert semi-automatic weapons to full automatic fire. Paddock asked him to make the device for him, and the man refused.

At this point Paddock launched into a rant about “anti-government stuff … Fema camps”. Paddock said that the evacuation of people by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) after Hurricane Katrina was a a “dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin’ down doors and ... confiscating guns”.

“Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves,” the man says Paddock told him. “Sometimes sacrifices have to be made.”

Why would someone be worried about Fema camps? Isn’t Fema there to help in emergencies?
Yes, but for decades Fema has been incorporated into conspiracy theories promulgated by the anti-government far right.

Some conspiracy-minded Americans believe that Fema’s emergency mission is a cover story. The real purpose of the agency is to build and maintain concentration camps, which will house dissident “patriots” after a declaration of martial law. The supposition is that the US government will turn on its citizens under the direction of the “New World Order”.

This sounds implausible. Where did this idea come from?
The short answer is that it has been a staple of the radical right for perhaps three decades.

The first version of the Fema camp conspiracy theory was in the newsletters of the far right “Posse Comitatus” movement in the early 1980s. It was an update, or an adaptation, of the fears of foreign subversion that have animated the American populist right since the high tide of nineteenth-century nativism.

Posse Comitatus, active especially in western states from the late 1960s, believed that the US was controlled by a Jewish conspiracy, which it referred to as ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government). It also promoted “Christian identity” theology, which held that the white race was the lost tribe of Israel, and that Jews were in league with Satan. At some point, they thought, America’s imposter government would round up and imprison white men.

Apart from developing anti-government beliefs, Posse Comitatus’s crank legal theories laid the groundwork for a still-flourishing “sovereign citizen” movement.

But the FEMA theory really took off during the rise of the militia movement in the 1990s. Movement entrepreneurs like John Trochmann of the Militia of Montana elaborated the story in newsletters and in his infamous “Blue Book”, which was filled with pictures allegedly showing camps, trains loaded with Russian tanks and the arrival of “black helicopters” in preparation for the supposedly imminent New World Order takeover.

Trochmann and others also claimed to have pictures of the facilities which would be used as concentration camps. These turned out to be army training grounds, federal prisons or as-yet unoccupied bases.

These theories were nevertheless prevalent in a movement that some scholars say had up to 5 million sympathizers at its height. Timothy McVeigh, who killed 168 people when he bombed a federal building in 1995, also emerged from this anti-government milieu.

Okay, but the militia movement faded away. Why are people still talking about this?
While the militia movement declined (or at least went underground) in the years following McVeigh’s bombing, the Fema conspiracy theory has been kept alive by some very canny entrepreneurs in rightwing media.

Glenn Beck might have endeavored to go legit since he started his own media company, but back in his blackboard days at Fox News, he peddled all manner of conspiracy thinking. In 2009, at the height of the Tea Party surge, he broached the topic on Fox & Friends, giving it more mainstream exposure than it had ever had.

But the most consistent and unapologetic supporter of the theory is Alex Jones, who has built a career – and a growing media empire – on pushing the idea that a global elite is subverting US sovereignty. Jones has been talking about Fema camps since he got his start on cable access TV in the 1990s.

These are just the high profile examples. The flourishing conspiracy community on platforms like YouTube and Reddit produces copious material “proving” the Fema camp theory.

Stephen Paddock would not have had to try too hard to come across assertions that the government is planning to imprison Americans.

So what does this mean for the Paddock investigation?
Police are not jumping to any conclusions about Paddock’s motives, and nor should we. But it is striking that there is evidence that he, like so many mass shooters, may have nurtured the ideas of the conspiracy-minded far right.

Often such beliefs are viewed as harmless, and increasingly they have been normalized by the success of figures like Alex Jones. But we need to start taking seriously the possibility that they radicalize some people towards violence.

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