Out of Town

26 04 2015

Baltimore

Congressman Elijah Cumstain (D-MD) and a bunch of Baltimore city and police officials are trying to pawn the proto-rioting off on “out of town” agitators that somehow swooped into Baltimore just for the occasion.

Where have you heard this before?  That’s right.  Ferguson.  Though in that case, “out of town” in Ferguson terms might have meant that they came there all the way from Jennings.

You also heard it ten years ago after Katrina — Some said that black gangs from Dallas swooped in and started causing trouble.  Remember, it was flooded, and getting in and out via conventional means was impossible.  Do black gangs have paratroopers and airborne units now?

I guess they want us to think that neither Baltimore, Ferguson nor New Orleans has any native domestic black goons of their own.

Time for some inconvenient truth:





Your Reputation Precedes You

26 04 2015

Chicago

About the weekend antics in Bell Curve City Chicago, the C-Trib writes of one of the victims:

The teen was shot in his leg in the 700 block of North St. Louis Avenue, police said.

North St. Louis is bad and ratchet…even in Chicago.

 





Wicked Racial Profiling Trick

26 04 2015

Wells-Goodfellow

4:

Suspect shoots at car with 2-year-old inside, 2 people injured

(snip)

…5500 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive…

QED.

That’s very close to a bevy of churches and pretty close to the home office of Better Fambly Life.





New Exhibit

24 04 2015

Downtown West

Why are you looking at me?  It happened very close to the City Museum, so I guess one could say that it was part of a new exhibit.

Interesting, this:

Flakes said he has known Jackson for a couple of months and said “he was a good dude” who preferred to live on the streets. Flakes said Jackson had a 4- or 5-year-old daughter.

“With his issues, he chose to be away from home,” Flakes said, but wouldn’t elaborate.

I wonder what that’s about.





Okey Dokey Smokey

24 04 2015

Vandeventer

irony

More pics, but none so ironic.





Again, This Time, Only Worse

22 04 2015

Wells-Goodfellow

“We might get to read this story again pretty soon.”

And we have.  Only this time, it’s “Job Corpse” quite literally.





Twenty Second

22 04 2015

Downtown

2:

Police and prosecutors frustrated over felons committing crimes with guns

Law enforcement officials on two fronts are upset concerning the way judges deal with felons who have violated gun laws.  Police Chief Sam Dotson and the circuit attorney’s office believe a recent case that involved 22-year-old Bruce Edward Johnson is an example of what upsets them.

Johnson was arrested as a result of the rolling gun battle on interstate 44 and Interstate 55 Monday.  He’s no stranger to police or the court system. In 2011 he was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, he got probation. In 2014 he violated that probation this time he got 120 days shock time. And, now he’s been arrested again for unlawful use of a weapon felony possession. St. Louis City Police Chief Sam Dotson said, “When somebody pleads guilty to felony, and both of those charges were felonies, we have to do better than just probation and then when they violate probation we’ll give you probation again and let you try it again. And now, look what happens, put dozens of lives at risk.”  Mary Pat Carl, an assistant circuit attorney said, “We’re absolutely concerned about these things we can’t have people who use firearms who possess firearms can’t get first second third chances.”

Well, it’s the 22nd Circuit, full of black and white liberal judges, so its motto is:  “Everyone deserves a 22nd chance.”

Prosecutors are also concerned about the recently passed Amendment 5, they say it benefits felons but does nothing to help people who can already legally carry guns.  They tell me some judges have decided the amendment means no longer can courts prosecute convicted felons for possessing legal firearms.

Even if it means the state can’t, the Feds still can.  Where’s Richard Callahan’s office?








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