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Greg Moore's death - Washington state

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For those who don’t know there was a 15-year-old girl that killed a man jogging in Washington state. The man’s name was Greg Moore(not the Canadian race car driver). The identity of the girl has not been released. However, I do know her real identity; she was a close friend before the incident. I’m not going to release her full name because I don’t want her to be bombarded with death threats but I will relinquish her first. It’s Whitney. I was on a discord chat with her about an hour or two after the hit-and-run and I took this screenshot before she left.

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The little Fuhrer Briben and the neo Nazi Socialists are imploding

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Bigots of NPR shame themselves again

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NPR deletes ‘race obsessed’ tweet over Asian mayor's victory

NPR has apologized for “causing harm” with a tweet implying that newly-inaugurated Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s victory was “a disappointment” as she is not black.
Wu was sworn in as Boston’s mayor on Tuesday, becoming the first woman and first non-white person to lead the city after an unbroken century of white, male mayors. Kim Janey, a black woman, had been filling in as mayor since Marty Walsh was appointed labor secretary by President Joe Biden in March.

For NPR, however, Wu’s victory was apparently overshadowed by the fact that she defeated three black candidates along the way. “While many are hailing [Wu’s victory] as a turning point,” the taxpayer-funded news outlet tweeted, “others see it as more of a disappointment that the three black candidates couldn’t even come close.”

NPR’s portrayal of the mayoral race as a kind of race war was slated online. “Imagine the kind of worldview one has to think this way – hyper race consciousness, obsession with racial hierarchies, and merit & fairness inversion,” author Peter Boghossian tweeted. “Now imagine an entire channel devoted to promulgating this ideology. That is what NPR has become.”

NPR deleted the tweet shortly afterwards and apologized. “We realize we don't always get things right the first time, and our previous tweet/headline misrepresented the story,” the news organization tweeted. “We deleted the previous tweet, which was causing harm, and have updated the story.”
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MSM Blackout on Darrel E Brooks AKA Mathboi Fly

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Pic related is the current front page of
They refuse to even mention that hes been caught, let alone his identity as vocally pro BLM rapper & registered sex offender, or that he was let out on bail just a few weeks ago.

Meanwhile the entire internet knows who did it, where he lives, and have read all his old social media posts, including the ones fantasizing about running over white people, just look in the comments of the Mathboi Fly videos
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Judge questions why 'pawn' Trump Coup participants are jailed while Trump is still free

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During a Friday sentencing hearing of MAGA rioter John Lolos, United States District Judge Amit Mehta reflected on the fact that former President Donald Trump has not yet been held accountable for telling the lies that incited the January 6th mob at the United States Capitol.

Just before sentencing Lolos to 14 days in prison, reports Buzzfeed News' Zoe Tillman, Mehta said it seemed unjust that Capitol rioters were bearing the brunt of consequences for their actions while those who riled them up with false claims of a stolen election are still free.

Specifically, Mehta argued that the Capitol rioters "were called to Washington, DC, by an elected official, prompted to walk to the Capitol by an elected official," who then stood by for hours while they started rioting on his behalf.

"People like Mr. Lolos were told lies and falsehoods and told that an election was stolen when it clearly was not," Mehta said. "Regrettably, people like Mr. Lolos for whatever reason are impressionable and will believe such falsehoods and such lies... And they are the ones who are suffering the consequences."

In fact, Mehta said, Trump and those behind the "Stop the Steal" rally "in no meaningful sense of the word have been held to account."

Mehta then turned to Lolo and said, "You are a pawn in a game that's played and directed by people who should know better."
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Military, justice, FBI — half the country has lost faith in pillars of US civilization

Millions of citizens long ago concluded that professional sports, academia and entertainment were no longer disinterested institutions but far left and deliberately hostile to Middle America.

Yet American conservatives still adamantly supported the nation’s traditional investigatory, intelligence and military agencies — especially when they came under budgetary or cultural attacks.

Not so much anymore.

For the first time in memory, conservatives now connect the FBI hierarchy with bureaucratic bloat, political bias and even illegality.

In the last five years, the FBI was mostly in the news for the checkered careers of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Robert Mueller, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. Add in the criminality of convicted FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith.

The colossal FBI-driven “Russian collusion” hoax was marked by the leaking of confidential FBI memos, forged documents, improper surveillance and serial disinformation.

Prior heads of the CIA and FBI, as well as the director of national intelligence, have at times either not told the truth under oath or claimed amnesia, without legal repercussions.

Mention the military to conservative Americans these days, and they unfortunately associate its leadership with the disastrous flight from Afghanistan. Few, if any, high-ranking officers have yet taken responsibility — much less resigned — for the worst military fiasco of the last half-century.

Syrian Christian swimmer girl faces decades in jail in Greecd for helping refugees

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The Mardini family are Syrian Christians, not Muslims. Sarah Mardini's sister Yusra was an Olympic swimmer.

Volunteers who worked on Lesbos, including Sarah Mardini, face spying charges that could see them jailed for years.

Syrian ‘hero’ swimmer among dozens facing trial in Greece
Volunteers who worked on Lesbos, including Sarah Mardini, face spying charges that could see them jailed for years.

Syrian refugee swimmer Sarah Mardini, right, and her sister Yusra were roundly celebrated for assisting refugees in peril at sea [File: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters]
By Katy Fallon
Published On 17 Nov 2021
Athens, Greece – Sarah Mardini, the Syrian competitive swimmer who was hailed as a hero for saving refugees in peril at sea, is among dozens of humanitarian workers in Greece facing charges that could see them imprisoned for decades.

The trial of the 24 defendants, who worked on the Greek island of Lesbos assisting vulnerable people arriving on Europe’s shores, is set to begin on Thursday.

Refugees forced to uproot again as Greece closes ‘safe’ camp
Refugee pushbacks: Greece prepares to indict whistleblowers
‘World leaders have failed’: Q&A with Amnesty’s Agnes Callamard
They were members of an NGO, the Emergency Response Center International (ERCI), a search-and-rescue group that operated on the Greek island from 2016 to 2018.

They face up to eight years in prison for state-secret espionage and disclosure and 25 years in jail for charges including smuggling and money laundering.

Amnesty International has called the accusations “unfair and baseless”.
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Tennessee man upset over pizza wait threatens Little Caesars employees with AK-47

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A Tennessee man is in custody for allegedly pointing a rifle at employees of a pizza shop when told he had to wait 10 minutes for his order.

Knox County Sheriff's Office confirmed Charles Doty Jr., 63, is in the Knox County Jail. Employees at the Cedar Bluff Little Caesars reported Doty Jr. held them at gunpoint with an AK-47 when told his pepperoni pie wasn't "hot-n-ready."

Officers responded to the store around 9 p.m. Nov. 5. Witnesses said the suspect, later identified as Doty Jr., of Knoxville, became angry after being told about the wait, then demanded free breadsticks, WATE reports. A police report obtained by the station states Doty Jr. then left the store, and returned with an AK-47 in hand, demanding the pizza immediately.

Doty Jr. reportedly stopped one employee from leaving the store, and that employee is seen on surveillance video running to the back room of the store to call 911. Another customer ended up giving him her pizza in an attempt to get him to leave. Police said Doty Jr. took off before they arrived on scene.
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Jury finds rally organizers liable for the violence that broke out in Charlottesville

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A jury in Virginia has found a group of white nationalists who organized the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., liable of engaging in a conspiracy ahead of the violent demonstration, awarding the plaintiffs who brought the case more than $25 million in damages on Tuesday.

But after three days of deliberation, jurors could not reach a verdict on two separate federal conspiracy charges over whether organizers conspired to commit racially motivated violence or whether they had knowledge of it and failed to prevent it. Both felonies fall under a federal civil statute known as the KKK Act.

Richard Spencer, Jason Kessler and Christopher Cantwell, as well as other white supremacists and neo-Nazis, were ordered to pay the nine plaintiffs in the civil trial millions of dollars in compensatory and punitive damages for physical and emotional injuries.

"We are thrilled that the jury has delivered a verdict in favor of our plaintiffs, finally giving them the justice they deserve after the horrific weekend of violence and intimidation in August 2017," attorneys Roberta Kaplan and Karen Dunn said in a statement.
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Man charged with carrying loaded firearm into the Capitol during the Failed Trump Coup

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He also confessed that he brought the gun to assassinate Nancy Pelosi

An Indiana man charged with carrying a loaded firearm to the Capitol on Jan. 6 told investigators that if he had found Speaker Nancy Pelosi, “you’d be here for another reason,” according to court documents posted over the weekend.

Mark Mazza, 56, is the latest of about half a dozen Jan. 6 defendants charged with bringing a gun to the Capitol. In this case, Mazza allegedly carried a Taurus revolver known as “The Judge,” which is capable of firing shotgun shells — two of which were in the chamber, along with three hollow-point bullets. A Capitol Police sergeant obtained the weapon after allegedly fending off an assault from Mazza.

According to the charging documents in the case, two Capitol Police investigators visited Mazza at his home in Shelbyville, Ind., on March 29, and he admitted attending the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally and later marched with the crowd to the Capitol. Camera footage shows Mazza present during the most intense hand-to-hand violence of the day in the Capitol’s lower West terrace tunnel.

“I thought Nan and I would hit it off,” Mazza told investigators as they prepared to finish their interview. “I was glad I didn’t because you’d be here for another reason and I told my kids that if they show up, I’m surrendering, nope they can have me, because I may go down a hero.”

Though reports of rioters charged with carrying firearms have been limited, the number has been steadily climbing. A former DEA agent brandished his service weapon outside the Capitol. A Texas man was charged with bringing a handgun as well. Leaders of the Oath Keepers charged with conspiring to prevent Congress from certifying the 2020 election aren’t facing firearms charges, but prosecutors have pieced together evidence suggesting they kept a stockpile of weapons at a hotel in nearby Arlington, Va.
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