Mall brawls: Teens terrorize holiday shoppers

Mall brawls: Teens terrorize holiday shoppers

By Todd Starnes

Published December 28, 2015

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You might want to slip on a Kevlar vest and some body armor the next time you head down to the local mall to do some shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond or the Pottery Barn.

The entitlement generation is on the rampage – turning many of our nation’s shopping centers into war zones.

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Over the long holiday weekend, mobs of unsupervised teenagers terrorized shoppers and department stores across the fruited plain.

As many as 2,000 teenagers rioted Saturday night at the Mall St. Matthews in suburban Louisville, Kentucky.

Officer Dennis McDonald, a spokesperson for the St. Matthews Police Department, told USA Today that most of the offenders had been dropped off at the mall or had arrived by public transportation.

“You have to give our officers some credit,” he said. “They were being cussed at, stuff was thrown at them. It could have been much, much worse. We’re very fortunate we didn’t have a police officer injured, fortunate there weren’t more innocent people hurt.”

By all accounts, it was pure mayhem at the mall. Here’s some of the scanner traffic from Saturday night:

“We need more units over here by the Cinemark. We need help. We need help over here. There’s us and three take-down officers. We need people over here. We’ve got multiple fights – crowds of hundreds. We’ve got stores going into lockdown, shutting their gates. We’ve got hundreds of kids heading to the theater. We need some units over here.”

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At some point you have to wonder if mall management will provide “safe spaces” for customers.

But it’s not just in Louisville. There were more than a dozen attacks at malls across the country.

Hundreds of teenagers fought at Park Plaza Mall in Little Rock, according to television station KTHV. Fisticuffs broke out at the Monroeville Mall near Pittsburgh – after as many as 1,000 teens invaded the complex.

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Brawls were also reported in Charlotte, N.C., Wisconsin, Long Island, N.Y. and North Riverside Park Mall in Illinois.

There were fights reported at movie theaters in Jacksonville, Fla. and Memphis, Tenn.

What happened in Louisville was made even worse because not a single person was arrested – not one.

Instead, they loaded up the little thugs and thugettes on city buses to take them back to where they came from.

Now, what kind of message does that send? Does the city have a “Pillage & Plunder & Get a Free Ride Home” policy?

It seems to me those buses should’ve hauled their butts to county lockup – all 2,000.

And then – the police should’ve sworn out warrants on all those absentee moms and dads.

But instead — they stood down.

What’s the point of having law enforcement if they aren’t going to enforce the law?

Pay attention, America. The entitlement generation is on the rampage – and they will not be stopped – not even for Dippin Dots.

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Read original article here http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2015/12/28/mall-brawls-teens-terrorize-holiday-shoppers.html

Also seehttp://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/28/2000-teens-involved-riot-shuts-kentucky-mall/

And thishttps://youtu.be/4AaLmJFrsHE

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The Real Jane Fonda [RONALD D. SAMPSON, CMSgt, USAF ] | Forastero de Ohio/Ohio Stranger

https://forasteroohioohiostranger.wordpress.com/2010/01/12/the-real-jane-fonda-ronald-d-sampson-cmsgt-usaf/

In Memory of

LT. C.Thomsen Wieland

who spent 100 days at the Hanoi Hilton

IF YOU NEVER FORWARDED
ANYTHING IN YOUR LIFE FORWARD THIS SO THAT EVERYONE WILL KNOW!!!!!!

She really is a traitor

A TRAITOR IS ABOUT TO BE HONORED
KEEP THIS MOVING ACROSS AMERICA

This is for all the kids born in the 70’s who do
not remember, and didn’t have to bear the
burden that our fathers, mothers and older
brothers and sisters had to bear.

Jane Fonda is being honored as one of the
‘100 Women of the Century.’

BY BARBRA WALTERS

Unfortunately, many have forgotten and still
countless others have never known how Ms.
Fonda betrayed not only the idea of our country,
but specific men who served and sacrificed
during Vietnam

The first part of this is from an F-4E pilot.

The pilot’s name is Jerry Driscoll, a River Rat.

In 1968, the former Commandant of the USAF
Survival School was a POW in Ho Lo Prison
the ‘ Hanoi Hilton.’

Dragged from a stinking cesspit of a cell,
cleaned, fed, and dressed in clean PJ’s, he was
ordered to describe for a visiting American
‘Peace Activist’ the ‘lenient and humane
treatment’ he’d received.

He spat at Ms. Fonda, was clubbed, and was
dragged away.
During the subsequent beating, he fell forward
on to the camp Commandant ‘s feet, which
sent that officer berserk.

In 1978, the Air Force Colonel still suffered from
double vision (which permanently ended his
flying career) from the Commandant’s frenzied
application of a wooden baton.

From 1963-65, Col. Larry Carrigan was in the
47FW/DO (F-4E’s). He spent 6 years in the
‘Hanoi Hilton’,,, the first three of which his
family only knew he was ‘missing in action’..
His wife lived on faith that he was still alive.
His group, too, got the cleaned-up, fed and
clothed routine in preparation for a
‘peace delegation’ visit.

They, however, had time and devised a plan to
get word to the world that they were alive
an d still survived. Each man secreted a tiny
piece of paper, with his Social Security Number
on it , in the palm of his hand.

When paraded before Ms. Fonda and a
cameraman, she walked the line, shaking each
man’s hand and asking little encouraging
snippets like: ‘Aren’t you sorry you bombed
babies?’ and ‘Are you grateful for the humane
treatment from your benevolent captors?’
Believing this HAD to be an act, they each
palmed her their sliver of paper.

She took them all without missing a beat.. At the
end of the line and once the camera stopped
rolling, to the shocked disbelief of the POWs,
she turned to the officer in charge and handed
him all the little pieces of paper.

Three men died from the subsequent beatings.
Colonel Carrigan was almost number four
but he survived, which is the only reason we
know of her actions that day.

I was a civilian economic development advisor
in Vietnam , and was captured by the North
Vietnamese communists in South Vietnam in
1968, and held prisoner for over 5 years.

I spent 27 months in solitary confinement; one
year in a cage in Cambodia ; and one year
in a ‘black box’ in Hanoi
My North Vietnamese captors deliberately
poisoned and murdered a female missionary, a
nurse in a leprosarium in Ban me Thuot, South
Vietnam , whom I buried in the jungle near the
Cambodian border.
At one time, I weighed only about 90 lbs.
(My normal weight is 170 lbs)

We were Jane Fonda’s ‘war criminals..’

When Jane Fonda was in Hanoi , I was asked by
the camp communist political officer if I would
be willing to meet with her..

I said yes, for I wanted to tell her about the real
treatment we POWs received… and how
different it was from the treatment purported by
the North Vietnamese, and parroted by her as
‘humane and lenient.’

Because of this, I spent three days on a rocky
floor on my knees, with my arms outstretched
with a large steel weights placed on my hands,
and beaten with a bamboo cane.

I had the opportunity to meet with Jane Fonda
soon after I was released. I asked her
if she would be willing to debate me on TV.
She never did answer me.

These first-hand experiences do not exemplify
someone who should be honored as part
of ‘100 Years of Great Women.’
Lest we forget…’ 100 Years of Great Women’
should never include a traitor whose hands are
covered with the blood of so many patriots.

There are few things I have strong visceral
reactions to, but Hanoi Jane’s participation in
blatant treason, is one of them.
Please take the time to forward to as many
people as you possibly can.
It will eventually end up on her computer and
she needs to know that we will never forget.

RONALD D. SAMPSON, CMSgt, USAF
716 Maintenance Squadron, Chief of
Maintenance
DSN: 875-6431
COMM: 883-6343

PLEASE HELP BY SENDING THIS TO EVERYONE IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK. IF ENOUGH PEOPLE SEE THIS MAYBE HER STATUS WILL CHANGE  

Obama’s Four-Point Gun Confiscation Plan

Obama’s Four-Point Gun Confiscation Plan

28, Dec, 2015
by Dave Hodges

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The Obama administration is engaged in a four part plot to eviscerate both the First and Second Amendment;

1. Criminalize certain groups as being terrorist simply because they belong to groups who oppose government policy of any type and then labeling these groups as terrorists (see Assistant Attorney General John Carlin).

2. Criminalize free speech which opposes any government program, action or official (eg Loretta Lynch).

3. Seize the guns of all the newly declared  “domestic terrorists” (eg the No-Fly List, Christians, etc).

4. Perpetuate more false flag attacks in an effort to disarm even more Americans through an ever-growing web of gun confiscation efforts.

Then there is the X-factor: Does anyone else wonder why this administration is so determined to end the private ownership of guns when it has been clearly established that those areas who have the most stringent gun control (e.g. New York, Chicago, and Washington DC) also have the highest gun violence and homicide rates?

What will this administration do once they have all of our guns? What are trying to accomplish?

Dots Not Fully Connected

I was recently having a discussion with Doug Hagmann about how much we have learned about what is coming. We also collectively bemoaned the fact that sometimes we have interesting facts, but sometimes we are not able to fully appreciate the significance of some events until they fall into context at a later time.

This article deals with this reality of our previous failure to connect some very ominous dots. Over the past three months, I have had information but did not appreciate how the facts demonstrate such a well orchestrated plot designed to eradicate the Constitution by obliterating the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution as a direct result of ushering in more false flag event designed to eliminate all private gun ownership. This plot also includes the silencing all governmental critics while destroying the fabric of the American jurisprudence system. We now have enough contextual data to identify a clear and undeniable pattern to demonstrate that there is a very thin line between our Constitutionally protected rights and falling into the abyss of living under a type of East German Stasi society.

Finally, I feel that I have fully connected these dots. The plot is child-like in its simplicity, and it is not new.

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The Independent Media has been relentless in their criticism of the heinous and unconstitutional proclamations by Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, as she promised to prosecute any journalist who dared to speak out about the folly of the Muslim-inspired, Refugee/Resettlement Program and for daring to criticize radicalized Muslims, estimated to be 10% of the Muslim population, who would do/have done innocent people harm. Lynch also went on to say that she was interested in preventing anti-government rhetoric as well. In other words, the First Amendment is on life-support.

CNN Exposes a Very Dangerous Agenda

Sometimes, if we just pay attention, our opponents will give us the ammunition we need to expose an improper and immoral agenda.

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Assistant Attorney General, John Carlin, would eliminate the Bill of Rights, if given the opportunity.

Read more herehttp://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/12/28/obamas-four-point-gun-confiscation-plan/

~Betrayed~

Betrayed: Cleared of Murdering Afghan Civilians, Marines Still Slammed by Army Officers, DOD Investigators, Media

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December 26, 2015 News afghanistan,Liberal Press, Marine Corps, MARSOC 7, media bias, US Army

Marines of 1st Platoon, Fox Company, MARSOC.

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“If I don’t cooperate with them that they were going to do everything in their power to ensure that my mother would be deported.“ – US Marine threatened by military investigators.

As any Marine will tell you, it’s never a good thing when the enemy is making every attempt to kill you. And as the fighting Leathernecks of 1st Platoon, Fox Company will make equally clear, it’s worse when your own officers and government want you dead. Making the entire episode all the more disgusting, most Americans don’t even know anything about this.

We have met the enemy, and they are us.

As reported by KABC of Los Angeles, California, on Christmas day 2015, and also by the Los Angeles Times earlier this summer, despite seven Marines cleared of charges that could have led to the death penalty, the stigma remains. As some of the Marines claim, the US government has done precious little to clear their names and reputations after wrongfully being accused of killing 19 Afghan civilians and wounding 50 more.

Now out of the Corps and free to speak his mind, Major Fred Galvin, USMC Retired, and two active-duty Marines who wished to remain anonymous due to still being on active duty are coming forth to the press to clear their names. As the Major told the LA Times, “‘The Marines were called into an office one at a time and interrogated for hours, with no Miranda warnings and no access to lawyers,’ Galvin says. ‘They were held incommunicado for days. They were publicly condemned by top military commanders.’

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“‘We weren’t just abandoned — they tried to destroy us,’ he said recently near his Kansas City home, his hand resting on a file box containing thousands of pages of documents from the case.”

While deployed to the Taliban-infested Nangahar province in 2007, Fox Company’s 1st Platoon was in a six vehicle convoy heading into a meeting with village elders in the eastern district of Shinwar. With the small convoy rolling through the small Taliban-controlled village of Bati Kot that morning, they suddenly came under attack.

“The car bomb blew up right in front of our second vehicle. Having been involved in multiple explosions and roadside bombs, this was the largest I’d ever seen,” Galvin said. All five men inside were presumed dead, but through the smoke and flames – as enemy gunfire erupted – the Marines in the second vehicle showed they were very much alive.

As reported, “gunshots rang out from both sides of the road, [Galvin] recalled. Galvin said his Marines opened fire, disabling a Toyota SUV speeding toward them. In five minutes, Galvin said, his men had killed six to 10 combatants.” The whole ordeal was over in minutes. They had survived a suicide bomber and an ambush with only one Marine suffering a shrapnel wound.

As the Marines drove back to their base in Jalalabad, Galvin received what was described as the shock of his career: The BBC was reporting that the Marines had just killed 10 Afghan civilians. By sunset, the news reports from the Western media claimed “Afghan officials and villagers said some Marines were drunk and had shot wildly at civilians. They were accused of barging into homes to shoot inhabitants.”

Of the 120 men of Fox Company, seven Marines wound up facing charges, one of them being Galvin. They came to be known in the press as the “MARSOC 7″ killers.

Besides being found guilty by the press, the Marines also faced US Army officers not only declaring them guilty, but Department of Defense (DoD) investigators engaged in tactics such as threatening one Marine from East Los Angeles that his mother would be deported if he didn’t “cooperate” with the government’s prosecution team.

“They were coming after the seven of us. It [official charges] said homicide, Article 138 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Negligent homicide, max punishment death,” Galvin said.

After more than three weeks of testimony at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune, the Court of Inquiry concluded in January 2008 and decided not to bring charges. The findings weren’t made public until May 2008, buried late on a Friday of a holiday weekend. “Five months later on Memorial Day weekend, they [the US government] released a one-sentence statement, ‘The Marines acted appropriately,’” Galvin said.

As a prime example of left-leaning and an overtly bias media, Britain’s The Independentnewspaper noted in a May 2009 article that despite reporting that the MARSOC (Marine Special Operations Command) members of Fox Company being cleared of all charges, The Independent still referred to the Marines as “Rumsfeld’s renegade unit” and was still printing that the Marines ” fired indiscriminately at pedestrians and civilian cars, killing at least 19 people”.

The openly liberal paper did note that the US Army commander in Nangahar at the time, Colonel John Nicholson, did complain that the MARSOC Devil Dogs were guilty of “ignoring usual military courtesies.”

A full two months after the Taliban attack on the Marines, the very same Army colonel met with families of the alleged victims. He also briefed the Pentagon later that same day. Before the investigation was even complete, Nicholson went before the news cameras to state, “I stand before you today deeply, deeply ashamed and terribly sorry.”

Not quite done yet acting as judge, jury and executioner of the accused Marines, the Army officer added, “The death and wounding of innocent Afghans at the hands of Americans is a stain on our honor.”

Nicholson wasn’t the only Army officer to betray the Marines. The Army’s Lt. Gen. Frank Kearney, head of U.S. Special Operations Command-Central Command, said six weeks after the shootings that there was no evidence of insurgents among 10 dead and 33 wounded Afghans. Kearney had ordered Fox Company removed from Afghanistan six days after the attack.

Kearney, now retired, declined to comment on the LA Times article.

A month after the attack, Galvin was relieved of command. The same combat Marine was further humiliated when ordered to stand in front of his entire 120 Marine unit and read the official orders relieving him from command.

He and six other Marines on the convoy were investigated for negligent homicide and dereliction of duty. “After that, we were radioactive,” Galvin said. “These traditions — never leave a Marine behind — well, they left us behind.”

However, Major Gavin knew exactly what the stakes were against him and his Marines. “They were coming after the seven of us. It said homicide, Article 138 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice negligent homicide, max punishment – death,” Galvin said.

After more than three weeks of testimony at Camp Lejeune, NC, the Court of Inquiry concluded in January 2008 and decided not to bring charges. The findings weren’t made public until May 2008, buried late on a Friday of a holiday weekend “document dump”.

“Five months later on Memorial Day weekend, they [the US government] released a one-sentence statement, ‘The Marines acted appropriately,’” Galvin said.

Retired Marine Col. Steven Morgan, one of the three officers on the Marine jury that exonerated the unit, said in an interview: “These Marines still have this black mark on them that never should have been there. It’s an ugly story and it makes me angry.”

In the meantime the Army has promoted Nicholson to Lt. General (three stars) and has said through a spokesman that his “thoughts have not changed” since his testimony at the 2008 court hearing.

KABC also reported, “Those who are out say they can’t find jobs, many are in failing health and divorce is common, the stress too much for several marriages. They say the stigma of murder allegations follows them everywhere. ‘This has radically, adversely affected the lives of Marines, and we just want it to be known that we are innocent,’ Galvin said. He’s asking the Marine Corps for several things, among them that the commandant of the Marines publicly announce that the MARSOC 7 are 100 percent not guilty.

Wounded Marine awaiting MedEvac- Afghanistan.

The LA television station also added, “When reached for comment, the Marine Corps told Eyewitness News that a Court of Inquiry is a fact-finding procedure that doesn’t have the power to determine guilty or innocence. They added that the commandant will have nothing further to add. Further requests for comment and clarification went unanswered.”

Retired Marine Capt. Vince Noble, formerly Fox Company’s Executive Office (second in command), said the military command buckled to political pressures and abandoned its own men. “I still ask myself: How could the military turn against its own like that?” said Noble, who now works in law enforcement in New York.

As the LA Times noted, During the trial, cracks appeared in the case against them, such as:

A U.S. military police patrol that arrived on the scene about 30 minutes after the incident found no dead or wounded Afghans.Navy investigators didn’t reach the scene until two months later, spending only about an hour there.

Among the most damning witness testimony was that of Haji Liwani Qumandan, who said he was driving a blue Toyota SUV — which the Marines said carried armed men who fired at them. Qumandan testified that everyone in the vehicle was an unarmed civilian.

Qumandan said the Marines fired “thousands of bullets” which killed his father and 12-year-old nephew, and wounded him in the back. Simply for his name not turning up on any US intelligence terrorist lists, Qumandan received a condolence payment for the deaths of his father and nephew as well as the supposed wound to his back.

Yet in a classified court session that was withheld from the media, a US intelligence report described Qumandan as an “active Taliban participant,” according to Colonel Morgan, the Marine jury member.

“He was bad news — we were dealing with the devil,” said Morgan, who had served as a Marine intelligence officer prior to his retirement.

Several other intelligence reports also said Qumandan actively supported Taliban efforts, retired Marine Master Sgt. James Crawford, the signals intelligence chief for Fox Company in 2007, said in an interview.

After 17 days of testimony, the three-officer jury cleared Galvin and the others. The court noted “unsubstantiated allegations” by military commanders about civilian casualties. It cited the undue influence of a “high level of command, media and governmental attention focused” on the incident.

Testimony by the Marines was “consistent, truthful and credible,” the court concluded. Afghans, on the other hand, were known to “fabricate statements and evidence” in hopes of receiving U.S. condolence payments, the court said.

Earlier this year, Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-N.C.) demanded a public apology from thenMarine Corps commandant, Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, who is now serving as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Jones, whose district includes Camp Lejeune, said Fox Company had been the victim of “a witch hunt” in which “senior leaders of our Armed Forces publicly denounced Maj. Galvin and his Marines before an investigation of the matter was made.”

The Tar Heel Congressman demanded that the Marines’ service records be corrected “to remove the stains of being wrongly accused of homicide.”

“Yet nothing has happened to clear these brave soldiers who were willing to sacrifice all for their country.
Obama has made it impossible to serve our country because of his hate for all who will not support the Muslims and sharia law!
This is treasonous on so many levels and yet NOTHING is done to stop this MAD MAN from destroying our country.”
WAKE UP AMERICA IT’S TIME FOR A REVOLUTION!

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Read original article here http://kevinwhiteman.com/2015/12/betrayed-cleared-of-murdering-afghan-civilians-marines-still-slammed-by-army-officers-dod-investigators-international-media/

STEVE QUAYLE ALERTS

Steve Quayle ALERTS

STTEL CORE 7.62×39 AMMO SELLING FOR 1.50 PER ROUND-HISTORIC HIGH

Steve: Talk about precious metals… I was in a shop on 12-24-15, found
steel core 7.62x39mm steel core for $29.95 per box of 20. The shop owner
confirmed the price to be correct, said it was selling like hot cakes. Lead
core and hp was selling at normal rates and prices. The owner offered only
that people are scared, of what he didn’t say, and are looking for certain
“items.” He offered to buy, at a great price, any amount of steel core I
could find……Makes a body wonder what might be in the wind! The Pac NW
has always been conservative, scared is something else!

Dec 25, 2015
Read original herehttp://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=33&d=1649