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Monday, April 22, 2013

To much point to Sandy Hook as being false

This was dated 11 December 2012
United Way extends our most sincere condolences and prayers to all those families affected by the devastating events in Newtown/Sandy Hook, Connecticut. While the eyes of the world may be on Newtown/Sandy Hook, to several staff, volunteers and contributors, Newtown is home. We will stand with the community and everyone affected directly and indirectly by this tragic event as we face the days and weeks ahead.
United Way of Western Connecticut is committed to providing support and resources where and when they become identified and needed. As people from our area and beyond respond to this heartbreaking tragedy, they are turning to United Way looking for ways to help. In response, United Way of Western Connecticut in partnership with Newtown Savings Bank has created the 'Sandy Hook School Support Fund' that will be able to provide support services to the families and community that has been affected.
Check donations may be mailed to:

Sandy Hook School Support Fund
c/o Newtown Savings Bank
39 Main Street, Newtown CT 06470

Emily Parker was killed on 14 Dec 2012     is pictured here with her supposed parents and siblings. Is seen here out side her school sometime after the shootings. Then that same day wearing the same outfit black toped dress with the red bottom on the right side is seen later in this Obama White House photographer shot. Then the family change their clothes and take this picture while Obama holds the girl who was killed. Notice dad's collar is white and not Blue. Notice Obama holding the dead girl and dad, mom, and family attorney all take a photo with Obama.

 Even better one police normally run into a situation so why are these officer's walking. in this photo below. After Sarge posted this web site the page was removed.
In fact the Sarge's blog on this was removed. The Sarge is looking in to why. So we will keep posting this so you all can see the web page.

Explain this
Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, Emergency Services & Homeland Security

Dec 14, 2012
FEMA L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters

The goal of the course is to enable participants to improve their community’s mitigation and emergency operations plan specifically regarding the needs of children. The course will provide them with the information needed to address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters. It will also provide them guidance and direction on how to form coalitions and how to become advocates for the unique needs of children in all aspects of emergency management.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:
• Articulate the importance of providing for the needs of children in disasters in your community’s current emergency management plan.

• Explain what is required to keep children safe in emergencies and why those needs are unique.

• Explain the assumptions, concept of operations, organization and assignment of responsibilities that address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters.

• Explain the planning components necessary to address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters
• Incorporate the unique needs of children in disasters into Emergency Operations Plans

• Identify stakeholders and organizations that can assist in preparing for the needs of children in disasters.

• Initiate steps to form coalitions and build teams that have a stake in keeping children safe in disasters

The target audience for this course is local and state emergency managers and planners, Child Services Agencies, NGO’s, Child Care Providers, Schools, and Faith-based Organizations.

1. As of October 1, 2012 anyone applying for FEMA courses must obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) number. For more information and to obtain a SID go to:

You will need this number to complete the course application form (119-25-1) that will be filled out at the beginning of the class. FEMA certificates will be mailed to participants after completion of this course.

2.Class size is limited to 30. Please sign up as soon as possible to guarantee a spot in the class of your choice.

3. There are no prerequisites for this class.

4. There is no cost for the class and lunch is on your own.

Please watch this short video on how to setup an account.

If you Google this location you will be shocked at what you see 

Location: 12 Dickenson Dr, Sandy Hook, CT This event is 46 miles from you (06106). 9 AM - 4 PM
Contact: Christopher Ackley

Google search of the address shows Sandy Hook Elementry
12 Dickenson Dr, Sandy Hook, CT 06482
 If you watch this video you'll see we are not the only one who did not believe Robby Parker

Illinois violates Federal court rulings and it's own state laws

Florida Supreme Court finds the red-light cameras illegal.

On Friday, California’s second-highest court published a ruling that struck down red light camera evidence as insufficient to convict a motorist with out allowing them to face their accuser. The court ruled this violated the 6th, and 14th Amendments.

 US Supreme Court Upsets Speed Camera Industry Red light camera makers fear high court Confrontation Clause ruling will create legal challenges.
Red light camera and speed camera manufacturers fear that last month's US Supreme Court ruling in the case Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts Defendants have the right to cross-examine any individual who claims to have certified evidence. The court further ruled that any and all states that have them are to be removed failure to remove them will result in refunding all monies to motorists from the very first ticket to the very last with pains and penalties up to 500 U.S.C. per motorist not including the 100 U.S.C. fine that originated the ticket.

Illinois State Police violate
430 ILCS 65/5) (from Ch. 38, par. 83-5)
Sec. 5. The Department of State Police shall either approve or deny all applications within 30 days from the date they are received, and every applicant found qualified pursuant to Section 8 of this Act by the Department shall be entitled to a Firearm Owner's Identification Card upon the payment of a $10 fee.

U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals said the state's ban on carrying a weapon in public is unconstitutional. The States has 180 days to pass one.  The June 9 court-mandated deadline for a CCW deal looms large.  U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals said that if Illinois can not pass a law by it's deadline the people of Illinois will be bounded to the 2nd Amendment, giving them the right to carry without question from law enforcement.

Two Bills Rejected in Illinois Concealed Carry Debate

With an Illinois concealed carry deadline of June 9 approaching, supporters on both sides of the issue experienced setbacks this week.
On Wednesday, the House rejected a strict proposal on concealed weapons. It was based on a restrictive New York statute that was upheld by the US Supreme Court this week.
Then on Thursday, the House rejected 64-45 an NRA-supported bill that was sponsored by Rep. Brandon Phelps, a downstate Democrat. 71 votes were needed for passage. According to the Chicago Tribune, had Phelps’ bill passed:
“Guns could have been carried on mass transit buses and trains but banned from taverns, schools, casinos, stadiums, child-care facilities, universities, and government buildings, including courthouses, legislative offices and the state Capitol.”
Since the House failed to reach 71 votes on Phelps’ bill, it also rejected the so-called home-rule provision. Governor Pat Quinn, who has sought more restrictive regulations, suggested the idea a week ago. Home-rule provisions would have allowed communities to enact their own concealed carry provisions if the state government failed to enact its own by the June deadline.
State Sens. Tim Bivins, a Republican, and Kwame Raoul, a Democrat, are working on a compromise bill that aims to alleviate the tensions and differences within the regions of Illinois. Upstate Chicago favors stronger gun control measures while southern Illinois generally favors gun rights. According to the compromise, the majority of Illinois would be governed by a “shall issue” law. Cook County, where Chicago resides, would be exempted and could conceivably enact a more restrictive “may issue” law.
Shall issue” laws grant that, while the government still has the final say, most applicants who pass the minimum requirements will be granted a concealed carry permit. A “may issue” statute could still deny permits to applicants who fulfill the qualifications. However, Phelps has said, “This is probably the strictest ‘shall carry’ bill in the country.”
Republican State Senator Kyle McCarter brought up what may become a common criticism of the proposed compromise bill on Twitter, “Concealed Carry law excluding Cook County? Does this make sense & what happens when you cross the county line?”
The deadline is quickly approaching and the Illinois state government has made little progress in passing some form of concealed carry. Each side is still far apart on what regulations to enact and the votes this week illustrate that division.
Illinois, the only remaining state without concealed carry, had its ban overturned last December and was given six months to pass legislation regulating its use. The deadline is June 9. Failure to meet this will mean zero restrictions on carrying concealed weapons on that date.
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Breaking news Taliban kinaps 9 in Helicopter

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A Turkish civilian helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in a Taliban-controlled area of eastern Afghanistan, and the insurgents took all nine people aboard the aircraft hostage, including eight Turks, officials said Monday.
The transport helicopter landed in strong winds and heavy rain on Sunday in a village in the Azra district of Logar province, southeast of Kabul and 30 kilometers (20 miles) from the Pakistan border, said district governor Hamidullah Hamid.
Taliban fighters then captured all nine aboard the helicopter and took them from the area, Hamid told The Associated Press. He said most of the nine civilian hostages are Turks but that one is an Afghan translator.
In Ankara, a spokesman at Turkey's Foreign Ministry told the AP that there were eight Turks aboard the helicopter but did not know if it also was carrying other civilians or what their nationalities were. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity in keeping with ministry regulations, had no information about the condition of the civilians.
Turkey's semi-official Anadolu news agency quoted Logar Deputy Police Chief Resishan Sadik Abdurrahminzey as saying that "a large number" of policemen were being sent to the region to rescue the hostages.Click to read more

Gunfire Erupted on Federalway

Vehículos de la Policía y los bomberos pasan a varias cuadras del sitio de un tiroteo que según las autoridades dejó cinco personas muertas, la madrugada del lunes 22 de abril de 2013, en Federal Way, Washington. (Foto AP/Ted S. Warren)
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Gunfire erupted at an apartment complex in a city south of Seattle and five people were shot to death, including a suspect who was shot by arriving officers, police said early Monday.  Officers responding to an emergency call at 9:30 p.m. PDT Sunday at the apartments in Federal Way encountered a chaotic scene, with bullets flying.
"When officers arrived there were still shots being fired," said Federal Way police spokeswoman Cathy Schrock.
They found two injured men on the ground in a parking lot. One of the men reached for a gun as police moved in to assist the two, she said.
At that point, officers opened fire. The suspect died but police said it wasn't immediately clear if it was from their gunfire.
The other man on the ground and a third man in the parking lot were found dead.
In a search of the complex, police found a fourth man dead in one apartment and a slain woman in another unit. Schrock said police were trying to determine if the woman was accidentally hit by gunfire.
A total of eight officers fired their weapons, Schrock said. All have been placed on administrative leave, per standard policy, as the investigation continues.
There was no immediate word what set off the shooting.
"We're gonna continue to go door to door in hopes that we can find some additional witnesses, and hopefully we won't be finding any more victims." Schrock said. "We still don't have any idea what started this disturbance tonight."
After police flooded the area and carried out searches, authorities said they were confident there were no more casualties from the shooting.
They said they did not think another shooter was on the loose or that there was an immediate threat to the public.
There were no reports of any officers being injured, and the names of the five people who were killed were not immediately available.
Federal Way is about 20 miles south of Seattle.