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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Chicago police commander in lock up for being the police

As a lieutenant, he was also shown in a series of iconic Tribune photos during NATO summit protests in May 2012. The collection of photos shows Evans front-and-center, getting hit over the head with a wooden stick while fending off rowdy protesters just south of downtown.

A Chicago police commander frequently praised by Supt. Garry McCarthy for his no-nonsense approach to fighting crime in some of the city’s toughest neighborhoods was charged Wednesday with placing the barrel of his gun into a suspect’s mouth.

Cmdr. Glenn Evans, who headed the West Side’s Harrison patrol district until he was relieved of his police powers, faces one count of aggravated battery and one count of official misconduct, according to Sally Daly, a spokeswoman for State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez.

As recently as Monday, McCarthy offered a vigorous defense of Evans, whose case represents a new scandal for a department with a long history of abuse allegations. But after the charges were announced, the superintendent released a statement:

“The alleged actions, if true, are unacceptable to the both the residents we serve and to the men and women of this department. As soon as we were made aware of the charges Commander Evans was relieved of his police powers, pending the outcome of this matter. Like any private citizen, the commander is innocent until proven guilty and we need to allow this case to proceed like any other. We will cooperate fully with prosecutors.”

Evans is scheduled to appear in Bond Court on Thursday. He could not be reached for comment.

The allegations, first reported by WBEZ radio, stem from an arrest Evans and at least two of his officers made on Jan. 30, 2013 while on patrol in the Park Manor neighborhood. At the time, Evans was the commander of the South Side’s Grand Crossing patrol district.

Evans and the officers saw Rickey J. Williams, 24, standing near 71st Street and Eberhart Avenue and holding a blue steel handgun in his right hand, according to a police report. Evans approached Williams, who then ran away.

After briefly losing sight of him, police arrested Williams in an abandoned home, the report states. No gun was found on Williams, but he was arrested and charged with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor. The case was dropped a few months later.

Williams is being held on other charges at the Pontiac Correctional Center.

It was unclear at what point Evans allegedly placed the barrel of his service weapon into the suspect’s mouth. DNA from the man was found on Evans’ gun, according to a State Police lab report.

The Independent Police Review Authority, which looks into allegations of excessive force and other misconduct by Chicago police officers, investigated the gun-in-mouth complaint and recommended that Evans be relieved of his police powers until the case was resolved, but McCarthy left him in his position. The agency also forwarded its findings to Cook County prosecutors for possible criminal charges.

Evans is among 662 officers with 11 or more complaints during a five-year period in the 2000s, newly released police records show. He had 14 complaints between 2001 and 2006 and faced no discipline for any of them, the records show.

He has also been named as a defendant in a number of police misconduct lawsuits.

Among his peers, Evans has a reputation as an aggressive boss who works around the clock and often with regular officers on the streets in some of Chicago's worst neighborhoods. He has been publicly praised by McCarthy, who promoted Evans to the rank of commander in 2012.

During an unrelated news conference Monday at a West Side police station, McCarthy gave a stern response to a reporter when asked whether he supported Evans despite IPRA’s recommendation to have him relieved of his police powers.

“I'm not going to answer that question. That’s absurd. Do I support him? If I didn’t support him, he wouldn’t be there,” McCarthy said.

McCarthy continued to defend Evans, explaining how the commander was working through two high-profile incidents in his district over the weekend: the accidental shooting of a 3-year-old boy, and the shooting of an armed teenager by police that sparked protests.

“I'm sorry, do you know that Cmdr. Evans was working from 9 o’clock Friday morning until about midnight Saturday ...? You don’t,” McCarthy said. “And you also don’t know that Cmdr. Evans was on the scene of the police-related shooting last night on Sunday evening to ensure that there was not a problem on the streets. So you really should have some context when you ask questions like that.”

Prior to his promotion to commander, Evans was the tactical lieutenant in the Gresham patrol district, helping fight gang violence and drug activity.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Gun Carrying Monkey is killed by police in Ferguson, Mo

Gun Carrying chimp walks in and robs a business, the next day a cop spots him and he attacks the cop so the cop shoots and kills the ape. See the story and if you submit your email we will send you the police report on the robbery. The pictures below will blow your mind.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon along with Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson took questions from frustrated members of the community Friday morning in Ferguson.

The news conference came just hours after the name of the officer involved in Michael Brown’s death was released to the public.   That officer, Darren Wilson, was identified along with more details about what may have lead up to Brown’s death.

Upset demonstrators expressed frustrations over the way the officer’s name was released and  coupled with Brown’s involvement with a convenience store robbery.

Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson released surveillance photos of who they believe to be Mike Brown involved in the robbery of a convenience store.    Jackson says investigators believe Brown stole a pack of cigars and was later shot by Officer Wilson.

Nixon said while the new facts are out, the focal point should remain to figure out how and why Michael Brown was killed and how to get justice.

After abruptly leaving a Friday morning news conference, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson held another media briefing to explain why he released the officer’s name along with the surveillance video of a robbery suspect believed to be Michael Brown.

Demonstrators were upset Friday morning when the chief told the crowd Brown had allegedly robbed a convenience store just moments before he was shot and killed by officer Darren Wilson.

Jackson said he released both pieces of evidence at the same time because the media had asked for both.  However, he did say the robbery and the shooting of Michael Brown were not connected.

“All I did was release the video tape because I had to, ” Jackson said.

During the news conference Jackson said the officer who shot Brown did stop him and his friend because they were walking down the middle of the street.   That officer had not responded to the robbery call.

Jackson said he has not met with Brown’s family again. There was a meeting scheduled but the Brown family had not had a chance to consult with their attorney.

Jackson gave a few more details about officer Darren Wilson calling him a “gentleman” and a “quiet officer.”

“He’s devastated. Absolutely devastated. He never intended for any of this to happen.”

Wilson served two years with the Jennings police department and has been a Ferguson officer for four year.

Lawyers representing the family of Michael Brown are speaking out this afternoon after Chief Jackson released the officers name and a video tape showing their son allegedly taking part in the robbery of a store clerk. Attorney Daryl Parks says the family has confidence in the federal investigation. But, Micheal’s mother is upset because the video has nothing to do with Micheal being killed.  They say it was careless to release the footage.  Representative Daryl Parks called the release, “character assassination.”

The lawyers also asked for the demonstrators in Ferguson to remain calm.  They want nothing but law and order.  Parks says the mood of tonight should be like that of last night.  But, people always create sideshows in events like this.

The family knows that Michael Brown was not perfect.  Representatives say that what happened in the 18 years before the shooting do not matter.  They say Michael Brown was shot while surrendering to police.

Michael Brown was shot and killed in a police involved shooting on Saturday, August 9th.    Brown was allegedly involved in a recent robbery.  The details emerged on Friday morning from Ferguson police department.  A video was released from liquor store surveillance footage.  The store owners have nothing to do with the investigation and want to be left alone, according to representative Jake Kanzler.

The shooting of Michael Brown has sparked demonstrations in Ferguson all week.  The outrage over the shooting, looting and police response has received national attention.  The president weighed in on the situation on Thursday and protests across the country have started in concert with the situation in St. Louis.

Monday, August 11, 2014

6 U.S.M.C. soldiers arrested for impersonation and crossing the border

A platoon of 6 U.S. Marines were arrested at the border said MG SGT Thomas Spruce.
6 Mexican Federallys dressed as Marines would have worked if the government license plate was authentic.  However it wasn't and neither were they.

With the surge of law enforcement and National Guard troops to America’s southern border, the Rio Grande Valley region is becoming increasingly difficult for Mexico’s criminal cartels to penetrate.

Immigrants who see men armed with automatic weapons and dressed in combat fatigues, like the Texas game wardens currently patrolling the border, may also suddenly become motivated to seek access to the United States elsewhere.

Of course, other areas are not always easier to sneak through. Arizona deputies near Tucson, for example, have arrested thousands of illegals in recent months.

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Therefore, some would-be illegal immigrants who want to take advantage of President Obama’s amnesty policies may have to get creative.

Like, for instance, the 13 illegal immigrants who were taken into custody by Border Patrol agents at the Campo Border Patrol Westbound I-8 checkpoint in Pine Valley, California.

According to reports, the men were dressed in U.S. Marine uniforms and traveling in a white van with “stolen license plates belonging to the U.S. Marine Corps.” They were also accompanied by two American citizens.

Click here to watch an armed Texas gunboat intercept a group of illegals.

For the record, we don’t suggest that anyone–and especially anyone engaged in criminal activity–impersonate United State Marines. It tends to make them angry.

You wouldn’t like them when they’re angry.

Please share this article on Facebook and Twitter if you agree that America should secure its borders and expedite deportations to discourage others from trying to enter the country illegally–with or without a disguise.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Sign can pay millions thanks to law makers

So law makers told businesses to put this sign up to get you not to carry a gun in thier store. So the smart politicians of illinois just allowed to make millions off these businesses.  How you ask well we spoke with Jack Zaremba who is a lawyer and we also spoke with Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney David L. Freidberg. Both lawyers in not so many words gave scenarios as to how a business like Walmart can pay millions or a business like Subway or Oasis on 294 can be liable. 

Scenario 1
You are walking from the parking lot and approach the doors of Walmart when you notice the sign below.  You walk back to the car to put your gun away. You then start heading back to the store when you are robbed at gun point.  Walmart is now liable for your mental stability and the loss of your personal property as well as the ptsd at work.  Or

You successfully finished your shopping when you noticed your car was broken into and your firearm is gone. Walmart is now liable for the missing firearm and damage and repairs to your car.

Scenario 2
You are a ccw card carrier when a man comes in to Subway and or oasis on the toll ways and sticks up the place because of the sign. You can't defend your self or the store.

Scenario 3
Your in the forest preserve or public transportation and your a female.

1 forest preserve jogging male comes out of no where and attacks you. Your life is now going to end if you don't cooperate and because you can't have a gun. Now the County has to pay out.

2 your on the cta, pace, or metra and your mugged or raped and having your gun could have helped but because of the law you can't carry or you can but needs to be broken down.  The transportation agency and or the county, city, and or state will be paying you for your traumatic injury to your mental stability.  These are two lawyers who see this coming and are preparing to see who they can suite to get you money.
They also informed us that if the criminal is caught he or she can be held liable.

Saturday, June 28, 2014


Rep. Luis Arroyo (D)
3rd Representative District
2008 District Spending Report
2008 Total Expended: $68,866.00
2008 Available Balance: $543.00
2009 District Spending Report
2009 Total Expended: $69,404.45
2009 Available Balance: $4.55
Provided by the Illinois House District Accounting System
2010 Base Salary: $64,717.08
2010 “Bonus” Pay: $9,852.12
2010 Total Salary Paid: $74,569.20
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller
2008 Salary: $66,594.48
2009 Salary: $76,366.08
2007 Mileage Funds Received: $4,955.67
2007 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $11,536.00
2008 Mileage Funds Received: $4,052.16
2008 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $6,966.00
2009 Mileage Funds Received: $4,118.49
2009 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $7,920.00
2010 Mileage Funds Received: $3,075.30
2010 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $6,936.00
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller

2003 – 2008 Rep. Selected: Scholarship Recipients
Provided by the Illinois State Board of Education
2444 N. Nordica Ave; Chicago, Illinois 60707
Property Index Number (PIN): 13-30-325-010-0000
Assessor Estimated 2010 Market Value: $345,280.00
2009 Property Taxes: $4,462.57
Board of Review: No Appeal on File for 2008, 2009, or 2010 

National Taxpayers United of Illinois (NTUI) Tax Survey Score [95th G.A.]: 23% ( / 100%)
Taxpayers United of America (TUA) Tax Survey Score [96th G.A.]: 0% ( / 100%)
For the Good of Illinois Record Scorecard [96th and 97th G.A.'s]: 10% ( / 100%)

Sen. Kimberly A. Lightford (D)


4th State Senate District

2009 Total Expended: $83,061.80
2009 Available Balance: $1.20
2010 Total Expended: $79,611.37
2010 Available Balance: $3,451.63
Provided by the Illinois Senate Operations Accounting System
2010 Base Salary: $64,717.08
2010 “Bonus” Pay: $19,699.68
2010 Total Salary Paid: $84,416.76
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller

2008 Salary: $76,731.96
2009 Salary: $86,450.88
2006 Mileage Funds Received: $1,537.92 

2007 Mileage Funds Received: $2,182.68
2008 Mileage Funds Received: $1,037.64
2009 Mileage Funds Received: $1,699.50
2010 Mileage Funds Received: $947.60
2006 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $5,070.00 
2007 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $10,899.00
2008 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $5,418.00
2009 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $8,712.00
2010 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $7,075.00
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller

1983 – 2010 Senator Selected: Scholarship Recipients
Provided by the Illinois State Board of Education
2010 District Office Lease: $950.00/month = $11,400.00/year

2010 LPU Abuse
13,500 Brochures and 1,000 Postcards
Taxpayer Production Cost: $2,975.97 for Labor, Materials and Paper
Taxpayer Postage/Mailing Cost: TBD

National Taxpayers United of Illinois (NTUI) Tax Survey Score [95th G.A.]: 8% ( / 100%)
Taxpayers United of America (TUA) Tax Survey Score [96th G.A.]: 0% ( / 100%)
For the Good of Illinois Record Scorecard [96th and 97th G.A.'s]: 9% ( / 100%)

2110 South 6th Avenue; Maywood, Illinois 60153
Property Index Number (PIN): 15-14-326-031-0000
Assessor Estimated 2010 Market Value: $308,410.00          
2009 Property Taxes [Paid in 2010]: $11,127.60
Board of Review (BOR) Appeal: 2009 Real Estate Assessed Valuation Complaint
Board of Review (BOR) Analyst: Joey Berrios
Board of Review (BOR) Commissioner: Joseph Berrios
Result: Assessment Reduction
Purchase Price: $329,000.00 [in 2006]
Commentary: Did the Illinois Dream Act (SB 2185 - 97th G.A.) create sanctuary for those volunteers that will run the Illinois DREAM Act commission fund from being prosecuted under federal law...? 

Rep. Cynthia Soto (D)
4th Representative District

2008 District Spending Report
2008 Total Expended: $69,408.90
2008 Available Balance: $0.10
2009 District Spending Report
2009 Total Expended: $68,946.11
2009 Available Balance: $462.89
Provided by the Illinois House District Accounting System
2010 Base Salary: $64,717.08
2010 “Bonus” Pay: $9,852.12
2010 Total Salary Paid: $74,569.20
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller
2008 Salary: $76,731.96
2009 Salary: $76,366.08 
2007 Mileage Funds Received: $283.00
2007 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $11,536.00
2008 Mileage Funds Received: $586.00
2008 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $6,837.00
2009 Mileage Funds Received: $447.00
2009 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $8,052.00 
2010 Mileage Funds Received: $300.00
2010 Per Diem/Lodging Funds Received: $7,492.00
Provided by the Illinois Office of the Comptroller
2003 – 2008 Rep. Selected: Scholarship Recipients
Provided by the Illinois State Board of Education
1523 W. Ohio Street; Chicago, Illinois 60642-6103
Property Index Number (PIN): 17-08-121-013-0000
Assessor Estimated 2010 Market Value: $472,320.00
2009 Property Taxes: $6,439.72
Board of Review (BOR) Appeal: 2008 Real Estate Assessed Valuation Complaint
Board of Review (BOR) Commissioner: Joseph Berrios
Legal Representation: None
National Taxpayers United of Illinois (NTUI) Tax Survey Score [95th G.A.]: 15% ( / 100%)

Friday, June 27, 2014

Mexican military chopper fires on American citizens is true

We first saw the report on Facebook and started the verify if it was true. CNN,  MSNBC, US TODAY and THE RIELY FACTOR all broke with it. So we launched our reporters in to the area and this what was reported.

Mexican military chopper flew into Arizona and shot at border agents before officers phoned to 'apologize'

Authorities said the Mexican military helicopter fired two shots over Tohono O'odham Indian Nation in the Arizona desert near the border, before flying back to Mexico
The Mexican chopper was involved in an anti-drug smuggling operation
Two US agents in the Arizona desert were shot at but not injured
US authorities are investigating
A Mexican military helicopter involved in an anti-drug smuggling operation flew into America before shooting at two US Border Patrol agents yesterday.

KVOA-TV reported the chopper fired over Tohono O’odham Indian Nation in the Arizona desert, before flying back to Mexico early Thursday morning. The agents were not injured.

Border Patrol Tucson Sector union president Art del Cueto said Mexican officials 'contacted US authorities and apologized for the incident' which occurred between midnight and 6am.

He said the incident was under investigation.

Sebastián Galván, a spokesman for the Mexican Consulate in Tucson, told AP the office was gathering information but did not have any details yet.

This was not the first time the Mexican military has veered across the international boundary.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Supreme Court ruled Obama violated the constitution

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court dealt a blow to the powers of the presidency Thursday, ruling decisively that President Obama violated the Constitution by going around the Senate to name key labor and financial watchdogs.

Resolving a longstanding battle between the two other branches of government, the justices declared invalid key "recess appointments" made by Obama in 2012.
But the majority opinion by Justice Stephen Breyer did not go further and strike down most other methods by which presidents fill key jobs when the Senate is unavailable. While the ruling as it affects Obama's appointments was unanimous, four conservative justices would have applied the restriction far more broadly.
Instead, the court stopped short of limiting such appointments to remote periods and circumstances, as a federal appeals court had ruled last year. Still, it nullified actions Obama took while the Senate was holding "pro-forma" sessions every three days for the specific purpose of preventing such executive actions.
"Because the Senate was in session during its pro forma sessions, the president made the recess appointments before us during a break too short to count as recess," Breyer said. "For that reason, the appointments are invalid."
Cast in the hyper-political environment of 2014, the battle pit Obama's brazen appointments against Senate Republicans' unprecedented efforts to block or delay his nominations. It lost its immediate relevance last fall when Democrats changed the Senate's rules to deprive the Republican minority of its ability to block nominations.
If Republicans take control of the Senate in November, however -- and whenever the White House and Senate are controlled by opposite parties -- the high court's ruling will prevent presidents from sidestepping the Constitution's confirmation process during such three-day recesses.
Justice Antonin Scalia wrote for the remaining four justices that a president's recess appointments power should be limited far more than the court allowed, because the Senate always can be called back into session to confirm nominees.
"The majority practically bends over backward to ensure that recess appointments will remain a powerful weapon in the president's arsenal," he said. "That is unfortunate, because the recess appointment power is an anachronism."
After enduring three years of Republican obstruction, Obama opened 2012 by naming three members to the quorum-starved National Labor Relations Board and the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau while the Senate was gaveling in and out every 72 hours, usually without conducting any business.
Obama said the Senate, for all intents and purposes, was in recess. Under the Constitution, presidents can fill vacancies during recesses for up to two years without Senate confirmation.
Enter Pepsi bottler Noel Canning of Yakima, Wash., which contested a 2012 decision of the labor board dominated by Obama's recess appointees. It won more than it bargained for at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, which ruled that such appointments are constitutional only when vacancies occur and are filled during the annual break between congressional sessions.
The high court's ruling means that hundreds of decisions made by the labor board while dominated by Obama's recess appointees in 2012 and half of 2013 will be called into question. The new five-member board, including four members since approved by the Senate, will have to revisit those cases. Consumer protection chief Richard Cordray has since been confirmed by the Senate, so he can reaffirm his prior actions.
Ronald Reagan made 232 recess appointments during his eight years in office. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush each made well more than 100. In 1903, Theodore Roosevelt made more than 160 recess appointments during one short break between congressional sessions.
To date, Obama has made only 32 recess appointments. But in this case, he did so to get around the Senate's intransigence rather than its absence -- something both liberal and conservative justices frowned upon during oral arguments in January.
The recess appointments power was more pertinent when senators left town on "horseback," Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said at the time.