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This Week in Violence
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Taking Whitey's Gun

Disarming Maryland’s white people.


Should you have to face down a three man home-invasion crew it will sure help to have a big scary-looking gun like an AR-15. All this so-called assault rifle band accomplishes is to  make sure white people defending their  homes and businesses won’t have access to these scary-looking guns when the tripartite dindu restitution recovery teams come calling.


© Brian Witte Frank Loane, owner of Pasadena Pawn and Gun, stands in front of a wall of assault rifles at his store in Pasadena, Md.

Federal Appeals court upholds Maryland assault rifle ban


Life in Dindustan

- Teen's warning about a shirt on her car goes viral

  Good move. Yes, this does look like a baited ambush. Placing something on your windshield is used as a ploy to get you to step out of your car to remove the obstruction so the carjackers / adductors can grab you.  A  dollar note or a handbill can also be placed under a windshield wiper for the same purpose. Such objects hold the attention of the victim while the perpetrators make their approach. Be on your guard.

Teen's warning about a shirt on her car goes viral


A Michigan teen acted quickly when she noticed something strange in a dark parking lot: someone left a flannel shirt on her car windshield. Her account of the incident has gone viral.


One Ugly Brown Cow With a Bull Ring in Her Snout

The long arm of Harm City law caught up with caught up with the bus shooter.



Baltimore Police Department Keara Peterson SOURCE: Baltimore Police Department

Woman, 24, arrested, charged in MTA bus shooting

Man, 21, injured in shooting

Saliqa A. Khan   Digital Editor  


The victim was shot in the chest while riding aboard a MTA bus in the 1100 block of Russell Street. The shooting was reported at 10:50 p.m. Sunday, police said. The victim was involved in an argument with the woman on the bus, when she pulled out a gun and shot him, police said.

That victim was taken to a hospital and is expected to recover from his injuries, police said.

Detectives and MTA investigators were able to identify the suspect as 24-year-old Keara Peterson. She was arrested Tuesday.

Peterson was taken to Central Booking and has been charged with first-degree attempted murder, first- and second-degree assault, various handgun violations and reckless endangerment, police said.


When White People attack

- Cyclist Girl Gets Revenge On Catcalling Migrant Van Drivers

Hmmm…Looks like Europeans just might be getting fed up with badly behaving Middle-Eastern migrants, eh?


Cyclist Girl Gets Revenge On Catcalling Migrant Van Drivers

When old pot-heads attack.

A drug deal between old dudes gone bad in the Great White North. Gosh, I thought pot-heads were supposed to be mellow?

“Gilby, 58, lived alone in his Gale Crescent apartment, located near the Jack Gatecliff arena, in St. Catharines. He had suffered two strokes and was living on a disability pension. He had mobility issues and used a three-wheel scooter to get around. When paramedics arrived to check on Gilby on Jan. 19, 2014, they found his bloodied and beaten body slumped near his front door, his scooter behind him. “He was pronounced dead due to blunt force trauma,” Jacob said on the first day of the first-degree murder trial of Carl Quinton, 60. In court Wednesday, Jacob laid out the Crown’s case. He said Gilby was “believed to be a street level marijuana dealer” and that the defendant had purchased some pot from the victim the day before the murder. On Jan. 19, he returned to the apartment and contacted Gilby using the building’s intercom system. When Gilby answered the door, Quinton struck him in the head repeatedly with a hammer.”

FYI: St. Catherine’s is roughly on the Canadian side of the Niagara River from Buffalo, NY. In the part of Ontario province commonly referred to as the Niagara region, natch.



Niagara man died from hammer attack, court told

Sacramento police warn of social networking robbery trend

“Sacramento police say at least 10 men have been robbed in recent weeks after arranging to meet women through online social networking sites.”

Sacramento police warn of social networking robbery trend

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