once upon a time in shaolin - buy the book now!
Page 13 of 16 FirstFirst ... 310111213141516 LastLast
Results 181 to 195 of 230

Thread: Portland, OR tonight

  1. #181

    Default

    Judge Sets Bail at $1 Million Each for Alleged Lancaster Rioters
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/lancaster...-alleged-riots

    Too bad. These people were going to split the atom and cure cancer. Oh well.

    Let's protest every time someone attacks an officer with a knife and then gets shot! And be like these morons.

    My IQ score is higher than all 12 of these morons and Joe Biden combined.

  2. #182
    SOOTHSAYER The Seer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Between two worlds
    Posts
    50,140
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    I forget who it was.. maybe a local "journalist" or "activist", in the last 48 hours who decided to doxx and target the judge who set bail. We are witnessing the ultimate failure of parenting, K-12 public schooling and common sense.

    Imagine being a full grown adult and putting your hand on the oven burner AKA fucking with a Judge & his family + a trail of incriminating evidence?

    This is too much entertainment for one year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dooch View Post
    Weak erections and watery nut.

  3. #183

    Default

    The Minneapolis city council, which unanimously supported a pledge to abolish the police, is now asking, “Where are the police?” https://www.mprnews.org/story/2020/0...are-the-police

    Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) reported that the city council met with Minneapolis’ head of police on Tuesday: “Just months after leading an effort that would have defunded the police department, City Council members at Tuesday’s work session pushed Chief Medaria Arradondo to tell them how the department is responding to the violence.”


    Newly elected council member Jamal Osman said, “Residents are asking, ‘Where are the police?’”


    Osman added, “That is the only public safety option they have at the moment. MPD. They rely on MPD. And they are saying they are nowhere to be seen.”


    Council President Lisa Bender suggested police are intentionally not arresting people. She claimed, “This is not new, but it is very concerning in the current context.”
    LOL.

    DemoKKKrats are the biggest bunch of morons.

    It reminds me of all those pAnti-Fascist thugs who attacked Kyle Rittenhouse. They protest all day to get rid of police. Then he blasts two of them when they attack him. Then you hear in the video "CALL THE POLICE! CALL THE POLICE!

    DemoKKKrats = FRAUDS

  4. #184
    SOOTHSAYER The Seer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Between two worlds
    Posts
    50,140
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    Kyle's story is the one in 2020 that has to be made crystal clear. I watched it unfold LIVE. The lead up and harassment.. grown men (multiple) who escalated the entire time. chased twice, then the 3 SHOTS OF (3 convicted felons) especially the PEDOPHILE in the face, after hunting him down and trying to murder him in the street w/ head kicks and skateboards.

    Essentially when shit hits the fan we are quickly hanging journalists , Cartel style on overpasses to send a message.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dooch View Post
    Weak erections and watery nut.

  5. #185
    SOOTHSAYER The Seer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Between two worlds
    Posts
    50,140
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    That kind of of public execution is not really my style, I try to avoid it, but if we gotta get down we get down: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_eagle
    Quote Originally Posted by Dooch View Post
    Weak erections and watery nut.

  6. #186

    Default

    MAN SLAPS 84-YEAR-OLD WOMAN FOR SUPPORTING TRUMP, GETS HELD AT GUNPOINT BY RETIRED COP
    https://ktla.com/news/local-news/vid...n-aliso-viejo/

    Friday Night ANTIFA Smackdown Episode 3
    https://banned.video/watch?id=5f652103dc50dc07a108708b

  7. #187

    Default

    AG Barr To Designate Three Dem Controlled Cities As "Anarchist Jurisdictions' - REPORT
    https://trendingpolitics.com/ag-barr...ctions-report/

    Patriots WRECK Antifa With HILARIOUS 3D Chess Move! Antifa EXPOSES Themselves For What They Are!


    Proud Boys advertised fake rally, lured Antifa morons into a trap.

    pAnti-Fascists attacked a car that actually belonged to one of their own members.

    Bikers DRIVE Antifa OFF THE STREETS In Florida, Then Start A TRUMP RALLY In The Same Street! (3min mark)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=1QFjnWN4b9M

  8. #188
    PRODIGAL SUN b-dolo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    omaha, nebraska
    Age
    40
    Posts
    629
    Rep Power
    0

    Default

    Proud boys? Did they give themselves that name? God, at least go with Proud men. Proud Boys sound like some all gay high school cheer team or failed boy band


    Stripped of our language, walked around nameless Amongst the strangest, a heart full of anguish Taught life is dangerous

  9. #189
    Anglophile Dooch's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    The Big Plum
    Posts
    26,157
    Rep Power
    79

    Default

    If you don’t enjoy watching antifa/blm get what’s coming to them, you’re probably beating off to zoo porn.

  10. #190

    Default

    Turns out Breona Taylor was a dumb bitch moving drugs. In fact, a vehicle she had rented in 2016 was involved in a homicide. She was a member of a drug cartel.

    The Beautiful and Intelligent Candace Owens Explains
    https://worldstarhiphop.com/videos/v...comments-arena

    LIES:

    1. No knock. Turns out the cops knocked.
    2. Police didn't identify themselves as Police. LIE. They did.
    3. Police shot first. Lie. Police were shot AT, and returned fire
    4. Breona Taylor was an EMT. False. She used to be, before she began running drugs.
    5. Breona Taylor was asleep when she was shot. False.
    6. Breona Taylor was innocent. False. They had her recorded in calls from a jail.
    7. Breona Taylor not being investigated. FALSE. Her name was on the warrant.

    Basically, everything the corporate conglomerate fake news media cartel told naive, dumb demoKKKrats was a lie. Dumb jocks like Lebron James and fragile, self loathing white demoKKKrats fall for it.

    I was going to ask Candace Owens for her hand in marriage but someone beat me to it.
    Last edited by Sense-A; 09-28-2020 at 08:15 AM.

  11. #191

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Sense-A View Post
    LIES:

    1. No knock. Turns out the cops knocked.
    2. Police didn't identify themselves as Police. LIE. They did.
    3. Police shot first. Lie. Police were shot AT, and returned fire
    4. Breona Taylor was an EMT. False. She used to be, before she began running drugs.
    5. Breona Taylor was asleep when she was shot. False.
    6. Breona Taylor was innocent. False. They had her recorded in calls from a jail.
    7. Breona Taylor not being investigated. FALSE. Her name was on the warrant.

    Basically, everything the corporate conglomerate fake news media cartel told naive, dumb demoKKKrats was a lie. Dumb jocks like Lebron James and fragile, self loathing white demoKKKrats fall for it.
    https://www.whio.com/news/trending/b...FI5RLILAS5LJM/
    Last edited by IrOnMaN; 09-28-2020 at 06:31 PM.
    Loyalty is Royalty. Strength and Loyalty

  12. #192

    Default

    Breonna Taylor: Debunking 6 myths and bits of misinformation about deadly police shooting

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The fatal March 13 police shooting of Breonna Taylor, an unarmed Black woman gunned down in her Louisville home, has sparked anger, launched protests and ignited calls for police reform across the U.S.

    Unfortunately, not all the information reported about the night Taylor died, or the drug investigation that ultimately led to her death, has been accurate. In some instances, early reports of what took place have never been corrected.

    Attorneys for Taylor’s family initially said she had been shot at least eight times, for example. That number was later downgraded by authorities to five or more.

    In other instances, supporters on both sides of the debate have unwittingly, or sometimes purposely, spread misinformation about the 26-year-old’s killing at the hands of three Louisville police officers.

    Cameron announced Wednesday that none of the three would face charges in Taylor’s death. One man, former Detective Brett Hankison, was indicted on three charges of wanton endangerment.

    Hankison’s charges stem not from the shooting of Taylor, but from his firing several bullets into at least one adjoining apartment where neighbors were asleep. Hankison was fired June 19 for “wantonly and blindly” firing 10 rounds into Taylor’s apartment.

    The former detective left his colleagues at the door of Taylor’s apartment and ran around to the patio area, where he fired into the sliding glass door and a window, both of which were covered with blinds. His actions violated a departmental policy requiring an officer to have a line of sight before firing at a suspect.

    No additional state criminal charges are expected against any of the officers. An FBI investigation into Taylor’s death is ongoing.

    Louisville officials last week settled for $12 million a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Taylor’s family. As part of the settlement, which is the largest in Louisville Police Department history, the city agreed to implement changes to the police department to prevent similar tragedies in the future.

    As protests continue in the aftermath of Cameron’s announcement and the settlement, so does misinformation about the case. Below, we clear up six claims about Taylor and what happened the night she was killed.

    Claim: Police entered the wrong apartment

    Critics, including lawyers for Taylor’s family, stated early on that Hankison, Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove broke down the door of the wrong apartment the night Taylor was slain. Ben Crump, a civil rights attorney involved in the Taylor case, wrote on Twitter on May 11 that police “had the wrong address AND their real suspect was already in custody.”

    Search warrants released by police officials show, however, that Taylor’s apartment was a target of the drug investigation into her former boyfriend, Jamarcus Glover. The warrant, obtained by Louisville police Detective Joshua Jaynes the day before the shooting, identified the location of the search as
    Taylor’s apartment, Number 4, at St. Anthony Gardens on Springfield Drive.

    Warrants were also obtained for multiple other locations, including three adjacent houses on Elliott Avenue that authorities said were the sites of drug trafficking.

    The warrant for Taylor’s apartment sought any drugs or money believed to be proceeds from those drug deals. It also sought any safes or guns used to protect the product or its proceeds, as well as any paperwork that could be evidence of the criminal enterprise.

    As evidence of Taylor’s alleged involvement, Jaynes listed surveillance on Jan. 16 in which Glover was spotted going into Taylor’s apartment and coming out with a suspected U.S. Postal Service package. Glover then drove to a “known drug house,” the warrant said.

    Jaynes claimed he had verified through a U.S. Postal Inspector that Glover had been receiving packages at Taylor’s home. He said he had also observed Taylor’s white 2016 Chevy Impala parked several times in front of a home on Elliott Avenue.

    The house at 2424 Elliott Ave., a known “trap house,” was the primary target of the drug investigation.

    Jaynes was placed on administrative reassignment, however, after questions were raised about the validity of the warrant to search Taylor’s apartment. A Louisville-based postal inspector told WDRB that Louisville detectives did not use his office to confirm any of the suspects in the drug case were receiving packages at Taylor’s home.

    A separate law enforcement agency did seek information on Taylor’s address in January, but Inspector Tony Gooden said his office found no sign of suspicious mail going to Taylor’s apartment.

    “There’s no packages of interest going there,” Gooden told the news station.

    He said it was possible but unlikely that police asked a postal inspector from another jurisdiction for aid, WDRB reported. If they had, Gooden said his office would have been notified by the outside jurisdiction.

    The outcome of the investigation into Jaynes' statements has not been made public.

    Police found no drugs or cash hidden at Taylor’s apartment after she was killed.
    Verdict: False

    Claim: The officers failed to properly announce themselves

    The warrant for Taylor’s home was secured as a “no-knock” warrant, which allows police to enter a home without announcing themselves. Mattingly said in his recorded statement to investigators, however, that he and his team were told to knock on the door and announce themselves.

    By the time they were ready to search Taylor’s home, drug agents had determined Taylor was a “soft target,” meaning she was neither a threat nor a major player in the drug probe. An image Commonwealth’s Attorney Tom Wine shared with the Courier Journal shows a whiteboard on which drug agents planned the raids.

    While the Elliott Avenue locations were listed under “no-knock warrants,” Taylor’s address was listed under “knock and announce.”

    “They said they did not believe she had children or animals, but they weren’t sure,” Mattingly said. “Said she should be there alone because they knew where their target (Glover) was.”

    What the officers did not know is that Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was spending the night. Walker told detectives that he and Taylor had watched a movie, which she dozed off on.

    Her last words to him before falling asleep were to ask him to turn off the TV.

    There have been conflicting statements on whether the officers announced themselves as they broke down Taylor’s door. Walker himself confirms that they did knock on the door that night.

    He and Taylor awoke to the knocking, and she asked who was at the door, he said. There was no response. Moments later, Walker said, the door was coming off at the hinges.

    Walker, who thought it was a home invasion, grabbed his legal handgun and fired a shot toward the intruders. Police officials have said that bullet struck Mattingly in the leg, nearly severing the officer’s femoral artery.

    Mattingly, Hankison and Cosgrove unleashed a barrage of more than 20 bullets, killing Taylor.

    Cameron said during Wednesday’s news conference that a witness claimed to have heard the officers announce themselves. Both Taylor’s lawyers and The New York Times found at least 11 neighbors, however, who said they did not hear the officers announce that they were the police.

    Walker’s attorney, Steven Romines, told CNN on Wednesday that the neighbor to whom Cameron referred initially said he did not hear the officers announce themselves. It was only after a third interview that he said he heard the announcement.

    Walker, who was initially charged with attempted murder for shooting Mattingly, has filed a civil lawsuit claiming false arrest. The charges against him were later dropped.

    Claim: Officers arrested their actual target hours before Taylor was shot

    As discussed above, critics on social media claimed that Glover, the main target of the drug probe, had been arrested sometime before officers broke down Taylor’s door.

    In his recorded statement to investigators, Mattingly said the warrants were served at the same time at the Elliott Avenue homes and Taylor’s apartment on Springfield Drive. Court records obtained by the Louisville Courier Journal show that the search warrant was executed at Taylor’s apartment at 12:40 a.m. on March 13.

    Glover’s arrest citation lists the time of the offense as 12:40 a.m., but his arrest was stamped 2:43 a.m., the newspaper reported.

    Sam Aguiar, an attorney representing Taylor’s family, alleged in the lawsuit, however, that police initially recorded the time of Glover’s arrest as around midnight. He accused police officials of changing that time to make it match the time of the raid at Taylor’s apartment.

    Claim: Taylor was asleep in her bed when she was killed

    According to Walker, he and Taylor were asleep in bed when the banging on the door began. Walker, who thought it might have been Glover at the door, said he was afraid.

    Taylor twice called out: “Who is it?” They heard no response, Walker told investigators.

    Both she and Walker got up and threw some clothes on as they stepped out of the bedroom, he told investigators.

    Again, Taylor called out “at the top of her lungs,” asking who was at the door. By that time, Walker said, he was also demanding to know who was there.

    Taylor was standing in her hallway when the door was broken down and the gunfire began. Cameron said Wednesday that she was shot six times.

    She fell to the floor of the hallway. Crime scene photos made available for the Hulu/FX documentary, “The New York Times Presents: The Killing of Breonna Taylor,” shows blood spatter on the walls and the blood-soaked carpet where Taylor lay after she was killed.

    Though the Jefferson County coroner has said that Taylor likely died within a minute of being shot, Walker claimed that he could hear her coughing and struggling to breathe for at least five minutes. In his 911 call following the shooting, he is heard weeping over Taylor’s body.

    “I don’t know what’s happening,” a distraught Walker says. “Someone kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend.”

    Walker also had time to call Taylor’s mother before police ordered him out of the apartment and, eventually, checked on Taylor’s status.

    “(Officers are) yelling like, ‘Come out, come out,’ and I’m on the phone with her,” Walker said in a police interview hours after the shooting. “I’m still yelling ‘help’ because she’s over here coughing and, like, I’m just freaking out.”

    Records obtained by the Courier Journal show that Taylor lay untouched by police or paramedics for more than 20 minutes after she was shot.
    Verdict: Partially true



    Claim: Taylor lived with a drug dealer and was herself involved in dealing

    Critics on social media have said that if Taylor had not been living with a drug dealer or been involved in dealing, she would not have been killed.

    The truth is, it is Taylor’s ex-boyfriend, Glover, who is an alleged drug dealer. Walker, who was Taylor’s boyfriend at the time of her death, has no history of drug-related crimes.

    Neither did Walker live at Taylor’s apartment at St. Anthony Gardens. Taylor shared the home with her 20-year-old sister, Juniyah Palmer, who was out of town the night of the shooting.

    Aguiar initially told the Courier Journal
    that Taylor and Glover dated two years before her death and maintained a “passive” friendship since their breakup.

    An internal police memo leaked to the newspaper indicated that Taylor still maintained more extensive ties with Glover. Transcripts of recorded jail calls made by Glover show that he called Taylor Jan. 3 after an arrest and asked her to contact one of his co-defendants about bail money.

    Taylor told Glover the man was “already at the trap,” slang for a drug house. Glover asked her to be on standby to pick him up if he made bail, the Courier Journal reported.

    “Love you,” Glover told her as the call ended.

    “Love you too,” Taylor responded.

    In a jail call Glover made hours after his March 13 arrest and Taylor’s shooting death, he told his girlfriend that Taylor was holding cash for him and that she’d been “handing all (his) money.”

    No cash was found at Taylor’s home after her death, however.

    In an exclusive Aug. 26 interview with the Courier Journal, Glover denied that Taylor ever was involved in selling drugs.

    “The police are trying to make it out to be my fault and turning the whole community out here, making it look like I brought this to Breonna’s door,” Glover said. “There was nothing never there or anything ever there, and at the end of the day, they went about it the wrong way and lied on that search warrant and shot that girl out there.”

    The Washington Post also pointed out that Louisville police officials themselves have described the leaked memo as an early, unverified draft written in the middle of the investigation.

    Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said after the Courier Journal’s report on the memo that the leak was an effort to "sway opinion and impact the investigation.

    “Breonna Taylor’s death was a tragedy. Period,” Fischer said, according to NBC News. “It is deeply reckless for this information, which presents only a small fraction of the entire investigation, to be shared with the media while the criminal process remains ongoing.”
    Verdict: False

    Claim: Taylor was an EMT at the time of her death

    Taylor has often been described as an emergency medical technician, or EMT.

    Personnel records show that was not the case at the time of her death.

    According to WAVE in Louisville
    , Taylor worked for the city from January to November of 2016. She became an EMT that June and worked in that capacity for about five months.

    The documents viewed by the news station indicated she resigned in November, and a box on her termination form states “do not rehire.” The city declined to say why that box was checked.

    Her family has said she remained a medical worker after her time as a paramedic, working as an emergency room technician. She planned to study to become a nurse.

    At the time of her death, Taylor was working as an ER tech at both the University of Louisville Health’s Jewish Hospital East and Norton Healthcare.
    Verdict: False
    https://www.whio.com/news/trending/b...FI5RLILAS5LJM/
    Wow. Why haven't we heard about this?
    Last edited by IrOnMaN; 09-28-2020 at 06:29 PM.
    Loyalty is Royalty. Strength and Loyalty

  13. #193
    Anglophile Dooch's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    The Big Plum
    Posts
    26,157
    Rep Power
    79

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by IrOnMaN View Post
    Wow. Why haven't we heard about this?
    Because a portion of media is compromised and Biased and makes shit up.

    People who haven’t figured this out yet Need to get their heads out of their asses. Wake the fuck up, dude.

  14. #194
    PRODIGAL SUN b-dolo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    omaha, nebraska
    Age
    40
    Posts
    629
    Rep Power
    0

    Default

    How about end the pointless war on drugs. Its never ever going away no matter how much police force you throw at it. How many years have we been doing this stupid shit? This whole fiasco could have been prevented.

    Why you think this shit is still going on? Do the police dept. take drug money to fund their pensions, or does big pharma want to have the market on people getting high? I am legitimately asking anybody's opinion, cause it seems like nothing ever changes.


    Stripped of our language, walked around nameless Amongst the strangest, a heart full of anguish Taught life is dangerous

  15. #195
    Anglophile Dooch's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    The Big Plum
    Posts
    26,157
    Rep Power
    79

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by b-dolo View Post
    How about end the pointless war on drugs. Its never ever going away no matter how much police force you throw at it. How many years have we been doing this stupid shit? This whole fiasco could have been prevented.

    Why you think this shit is still going on? Do the police dept. take drug money to fund their pensions, or does big pharma want to have the market on people getting high? I am legitimately asking anybody's opinion, cause it seems like nothing ever changes.
    I never care if drug dealers or users have clashes with cops.

    The way I see it, I’ve know plenty of users, some dealers and lots of addicts, you’re making a choice and it’s a bad one. Usually it involves prison, or death. Definitely a heightened risk for violence in your life.

    So I don’t blame some “war on drugs” cuz these dumb motherfuckers would still be dead or fucked up.


    We need to stop propping up the degenerates of society and acting like WE failed THEM.

    It’s quite the opposite. THEY failed US.

    Society today is like an enabling parent. We’re just making shit worse.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •