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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Letter sent to Obama tested positive for ricin, official says

 White House suspicious package


WASHINGTON --An envelope addressed to President Obama and intercepted at a mail processing facility has tested positive for the poison ricin, a law enforcement official said Wednesday.
Officials are conducting additional tests to confirm the result, said the official, who was not authorized to speak to the press because the tests are part of an ongoing investigation. Investigators believe the letter to the White House may have been sent by the same person who mailed a suspicious envelope to Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.).
The Secret Service confirmed that a “suspicious substance” was found on a letter addressed to the president and intercepted Tuesday. Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan did not comment on the nature of the substance.
“The Secret Service is working closely with the U.S. Capitol Police and the FBI in this investigation,” Donovan said in a statement.
FBI field offices in Baltimore and Jackson, Miss., are also assisting in the investigation.
All White House mail is processed at a remote facility not located at the White House complex. It is common for letters to be flagged and tested for suspicious substances, officials said.

Obama's immigration reform will cause more problems

I am Sorry but if a white president did the shit this ape has been doing he would have been impeached but because he a half white half black man oh lets keep his lying ass in office. His thing is Immigration reform when we have our own people to worry about. Everyone is crying broke and like a typical Chicago Politician  in stead of cutting back he spend more and more. He promised to bring home our troops he has not he promised more jobs yea ok not he has only kept his promises to his family and that is a dog and lots of vacations on the tax payers. Now this Obama the great liar wants immigration reform  why, don't we have enough illegals jumping our borders taking what is not theirs like thieves. One reader wrote us this. " If I was president I would not make promises except for one and Goerge Washington said it best let the other countries in the world start and finish their wars as they have nothing to do with us. So If I ran for president I would not say I would do.
I would close all of the over seas bases, I would pull us out of the U.N., I would repeal Obama care, I would repeal the NDDA, I would tell all illegals they have 24 hours to leave the U.S. or they will be hunted down arrested and thrown out of this country and if they return they will pay with their life spent in a military jail, all U.S. forces will reopen or build new bases as our borders will be closed to our enemy countries, Child care will be top priority along with education, and policing. The U S will issue through the already in place Secretary of State a Driver's License that will bear the seal of the US and will bear your current d.l. number attached to that number will be your national carry permit as all states will honor concealed carry or open carry as it is written in our 2nd amendment, criminal such as felons will not be able to enjoy this freedom. Voting reform If you are incarcerated or have been convicted of a felony you will lose your right to vote and possess a firearm. If you are a known gang banger and drug dealer and charged of any crime that makes a person to fear for their safety will be sent to a prison for terrorist. Effective immediately Alcatraz is to be purchased remodeled and reopen to house terrorists. The building will be state of the art with electrical fencing going as deep in to the ground as possible with razor wire outer fencing.  All gun laws will be stricken repealed and rewritten as back ground checks are important but not just to stores, or to gun shows but the private seller as well will be obligated to conduct a back ground check.  Magazine ban will be lifted as the police will be able to obtain the same fire power as our military and those rifles will be owned by the police department and housed, maintained, and picked up before each officer leaves for patrol. If a car has two officer's then both officer's should have a military rifle in the car along with a shot gun mounted to the dash board. Public aid will start asking for proof of citizenship just like the government does when obtaining a pass port. effective my inauguration the presidents office will only make 200 thou a year and state reps and congress 175 thou a year, state governors will be at 75 thou a year and so on and so forth this would be an executive order. Jobs would go back to the private sector. All bail outs will be paid back by the end of my first year or the CEO of the banks and business that took them will be foreclosed on by the tax payers. North Korea a joke no threat but if you launch one bomb that is not a test or in to an area that is at civilians or other countries we will declare it as an act of war and we will wipe your country off the map. This is what I would do as president Sarge . "

Sarges up date: Zimmerman trial

ORLANDO, Fla. - The mother of George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer accused of fatally shooting teen Trayvon Martin during a confrontation in a gated community in Sanford, has released a letter criticizing the media and the justice system for their role in the case.

The two-page letter, written by Gladys Zimmerman, was made public through the Twitter account of her son, Robert Zimmerman Jr., on Thursday, the one year anniversary of George Zimmerman's arrest

Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the Feb. 26, 2012 shooting death of the 17-year-old Martin. He has pleaded not guilty to the charge, claiming self-defense, and is scheduled to go on trial in June.

The Zimmerman family reportedly went into hiding after the case became public.

In the letter, Gladys Zimmerman writes, "April 11, 2012 will be forever remembered by the Zimmerman family as the day the justice system failed us as Americans, and as a consequence an innocent man was arrested for a crime he did not commit, solely to placate the masses."

She writes that a "false narrative" of the case has been widely publicized based on the "little evidence" made available to the public.

"It is astounding that despite the vast amount of information and evidence now available that support George's self-defense claim, the majority of the media avoids its publication," Gladys Zimmerman writes.

She said the media, along with social media, has "made it their prerogative" to judge and sentence her son ever since the case was made public.

Gladys ended the letter by thanking supporters and promising that her son's trial will not disappoint.

"The truth will finally be revealed to many, but to some who have always seen through the narrative - the truth George always told will [not] be 'revealed,' but rather 'confirmed,'" she wrote.

On Thursday afternoon, Trayvon Martin's family and their attorneys issued a statement in response to Gladys Zimmerman's letter.

"The facts of this case are simple and straightforward," the Martin family statement reads. "We are confident that a jury following the overwhelming evidence against George Zimmerman will hold him accountable for killing our son, Trayvon Martin."

The Martin's call Gladys Zimmerman's view of the justice system "disingenuous and disrespectful to the very system that is currently affording [George Zimmerman] every available opportunity to defend himself."

"The arrest of an admitted killer is not violation of due process, it is due process," the statement says.

The Martin family says they hope the death of their son will help to prevent "other senseless acts of gun violence" in the future.

Bombs go off in Boston

President shit for brains , slow poke, liar, and Kenyan citizen that needs to be impeached Obama took sweat old time to declare pressure cooker bombs as a terroristic actions against the U.S. cost an 8 year old his life.  Obama should use executive orders to make pressure cooker's, nails, screws, and book bags all illegal to own. Farmers should no longer make fertilizer for public use as it is an ingredient in making bombs.    The twin bombs at the Boston Marathon killed three people and wounded more than 170 on Monday. Here are the stories of those killed and some of the injured.
A Boston University graduate student was one of the three people killed in the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the school said Tuesday.
The Shenyang Evening News, a state-run Chinese newspaper, identified her Wednesday as Lu Lingzi.
Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings, a Hong Kong-based broadcaster with ties to the Chinese government, said she was from the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang and a graduate student in statistics.
In a statement late Tuesday afternoon, the school said it was not releasing the name or any other information about the student. The Chinese Foreign Ministry and Consulate General in New York did not identify the victim at the request of the family.
Neighbors and friends remembered 8-year-old bombing victim Martin Richard as a vivacious boy who loved to run, climb and play sports like soccer, basketball and baseball.
The boy's father, Bill Richard, released a statement thanking family, friends and strangers for their support following his son's death Monday. Richard's wife, Denise, and the couple's 6-year-old daughter, Jane, also suffered significant injuries in the blasts.
The family was watching Monday's race and had gone to get ice cream before returning to the area near the finish line before the blasts.
Denise Richard works as a librarian at the Neighborhood House Charter School, where Martin was a third-grader and Jane attends first grade. Counselors were being made available to staff and students.
"I just can't get a handle on it," family friend Jack Cunningham said of the boy's death. "In an instant, life changes."
KRYSTLE CAMPBELL: CHEERING ON FRIENDS
Krystle Campbell was a 29-year-old restaurant manager from Medford. Her father, 56-year-old William Campbell, described her as "just a very caring, very loving person, and was daddy's little girl."

AMBER Alert issued for Maywood boy

Authorities have named three suspects in the alleged abduction of a 1-year-old boy in Maywood Tuesday afternoon.
The victim, Byreon Hunter, described as 2 feet tall, 30 pounds and last seen wearing a blue striped shirt with blue jeans and brown Nike boots, is believed to have been taken at around 2:15 p.m. near 6th Avenue and Main Street in the near west suburb, according to the state’s AMBER Alert website.
Late Tuesday, police announced the names of three suspects: Eugene Soto, 24, Maurilio Pacheco, 33, and Christian Navarrete, 23.
The three are described as Hispanic men and may be traveling in a black sports coupe with tinted windows, according to police.
License plate information was not available.
Anyone with information about the child is urged to contact the Maywood Police Department at (708) 450-4471.