Illinois woman on ISIS ‘hit-list’ told to get Firearms by the FBI

St.Louis, Missouri. (KMOV) – A Granite City woman who is reportedly on an ISIS hit-list said an FBI agent came to her home and told her to “arm up” because she is a potential target.

A Special Agent with the FBI on Wednesday came to April Agers’ front door, knocked and delivered the startling news. Agers is on an ISIS hit-list.

The agent told Agers she’s been on the list since 2002 and 14 years later, this is the first time she knew she was a target. The agent said there’s a possible threat against her.

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Independence Day: Man Yells, “You F*cking Terrorists” as he Beats Two Muslims Senseless

Brooklyn, New York — Two teenage Muslims boys were viciously beaten outside a Brooklyn mosque early Sunday morning as their attacker called them terrorists, according to Mohamed Bahe, the director of the mosque.

The incident allegedly happened around 1:18am at the Muslim Community Center of Brooklyn in Sunset Park, after lengthy evening prayers common during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

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Massive fight involving 30 people at Walmart New York

Gates, New York (haze livin’life) — Nykia Brooks, 17, of Chili, is charged with assault, harassment and disorderly conduct. Police said she allegedly threw a canned good cutting someone’s forehead.

Gates police said the fight started around 7 p.m. at the front of the Walmart store when one woman made a derogatory comment about another woman’s outfit in the next check out line. Then, others jumped in.

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Palestinian mothers give birth to “little snakes,” Says Israeli Nationalist

A well-known Israeli politician and parliament member has branded  Palestinians as terrorists, saying mothers of all Palestinians should also be killed during the ongoing Israeli assault on the besieged Gaza Strip, Daily Sabah reported.

Ayelet Shaked of the ultra-nationalist Jewish Home party called for the slaughter of Palestinian mothers who give birth to “little snakes.”

“They have to die and their houses should be demolished so that they cannot bear any more terrorists,” Shaked said, adding, “They are all our enemies and their blood should be on our hands. This also applies to the mothers of the dead terrorists.”

The remarks are considered as a call for genocide as she declared that all Palestinians are Israel’s enemies and must be killed.

On Monday (July 7) Shaked quoted this on her Facebook page:

“Behind every terrorist stand dozens of men and women, without whom he could not engage in terrorism. They are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. Now this also includes the mothers of the martyrs, who send them to hell with flowers and kisses. They should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.”

The development comes as many officials from various countries have slammed Israel’s  airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. The Turkish prime minister is the latest to condemn the offensive, accusing Israel of massacring the Palestinians.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lashed out at Israel, saying it is committing state terrorism against the Palestinians in the region. Speaking in parliament, he also questioned the world’s silence toward Tel Aviv’s ongoing atrocities.

Reacting to Shaked’s remarks, the Turkish premier said Israel’s policy in Gaza is no different than Hitler’s mentality.

“An Israeli woman said Palestinian mothers should be killed, too. And she’s a member of the Israeli parliament. What is the difference between this mentality and Hitler’s?” Erdogan asked.

The developments come as the UN agency for Palestinian refugees has recently said women and children make up a sizeable number of Palestinian fatalities caused by Israeli attacks on the besieged region.

Ayelet Shaked represents the far-right Jewish Home party in the Knesset.

Reference: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/07/16/371556/israel-must-kill-all-palestinian-mothers/

UNM Women Kidnapped and Gang Raped

April 22, 2014,Albuquerque, New Mexico (KOB/DailyMail) — A University of New Mexico star football player is accused, with two other men, of raping a female student in a moving car and has been dropped from the team.

Crusoe Gongbay, 20, who was slated to be the UNM Lobos’ starting running back as a senior in the fall, is being held on $50,000 bond after he turned himself in to campus police on Monday.

Gongbay and another man, Ryan Ruff, who is not a student, each face two counts of second-degree criminal sexual penetration, one count of kidnapping and one count of conspiracy, UNM Police Lt Tim Stump said.

At around 3 a.m. on April 13, a female student reported to campus police that she had been a victim of a rape.

According to a UNM report cited by the Albuquerque Journal, the victim said she was forced to engage in sexual intercourse with three subjects while inside a moving motor vehicle.

Stump told the Journal officials wouldn’t release any more of the report.

Investigators say they consulted with the district attorney’s office before requesting arrest warrants.

Ruff, who turned himself in on Monday night, is being held on a $100,000 bond. Officers are trying to determine the identity of a third man reported to have been involved, and are working on a  composite. Ruff and the unidentified suspect are not UNM students.

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Isle Vista Riot

April 6, 2014, Isla Vista, California ( KTLA/KEYT) — What began as an unlawful assembly during a spring break party Saturday night in Santa Barbara quickly became an emergency situation, leaving multiple sheriff’s deputies injured, more than 100 arrested and many transported to the hospital, according to authorities

Around 15,000 people attended Deltopia, a spring break party in Isla Vista, near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus, according to a Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office news release.

A major disturbance broke out in the 6700 block of Del Playa Drive (map) when a UCSB police officer was hit in the head with a backpack containing large bottles of alcohol, the release stated.

During an arrest a large crowd spanning several blocks threw objects at law enforcement personnel, that included rocks, bricks and bottles.

An unlawful assembly was declared then escalated into a major disturbance, emergency situation and law enforcement from Santa Barbara and Ventura County came to assist the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office, the release stated.

Chemical agents were one of the methods used to control crowds that included individuals ripping stop signs, lighting several small fires and damaging other property, including several law enforcement vehicles, the release stated.

After several hours law enforcement was able to disperse the crowd.

At least five sheriff’s deputies were injured, more than 100 people arrested and at least 44 people were transported to the hospital throughout the course of the day and evening, according to the release.

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Santa Monica Teacher, Student Fight Caught on Camera

Fight started as a conflict over drugs.

April, 5, 2014 Santa Monica, California (NBCLA) — A Santa Monica High School teacher and wrestling coach caught on cell phone videos fighting with a student Friday was placed on leave pending an investigation into the incident, the school district superintendent announced.

According to a letter sent to parents by Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Superintendent Sandra Lyon, no one was injured in the classroom confrontation between teacher Mark Black and a student whose name has not been released.

But Lyon said she was alarmed by what she saw of the videos capturing the fight, which caused Santa Monica police to come to the school.

“We really don’t want teachers putting their hands on other students,” the superintendent said. “We really want everyone to act in a way that keeps each other safe.”

Based on what she has seen, the “physical restraint” used by the teacher was “unacceptable,” Lyon wrote.

A Santa Monica police spokesman declined to comment on the incident and instead referred questions to the school district.

“We have been in contact with the student’s family, and we will work with them to offer the support that they may need,” Lyon wrote. “I am grateful that there is no reported serious physical harm to students or teachers, but that neither dismisses the severity of this situation nor my commitment to gather all the facts and make sure the proper actions are taken.”

Students claim Black confronted their classmate about alleged illegal activity.

“The little boy was selling drugs in class,” said Kylan Townsend, a student. “The wrestling coach told him to stop … I guess he didn’t listen and tables were thrown. They started fighting.”

“The kid said like, ‘Hey, get off me,'” said student Sam Wittert. “And he pushed the coach. And the coach, like, pushed him up against the wall.”

Parent Skipp Townsend believes Black could have handled the situation better.

“The teacher was in a position where he could have controlled the situation without using violence,” he said. “But I definitely understand being frustrated with the children being out of compliance.”

School security and Santa Monica police intervened and the student was detained.

Neither the superintendent nor police would discuss the boys’ status Friday night.

Some think Black got a raw deal.

“Yeah, I think he should come back first day after spring break,” said senior Sam Borghese. “He’s old. I think he’s 50 or 60, something along those lines. He’s about to retire!”

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5 Arrested for Murder of Teen Stabbed By Homeless Man

April 3, 2014, Campbell, California (NBC Bay Area) — Five acquaintances of a teenager who was stabbed to death by a homeless man at a Campbell park are now charged in the teen’s murder.

Police have arrested five suspected gang members who are accused of violently attacking a 24-year-old homeless man at John D. Morgan Park last month, authorities said.

The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office charged the five suspects — two are juveniles being charged as adults — with murder after a homeless man, Todd Tharp, fearing for his life during an unprovoked beating, stabbed to death one member of the group, Campbell Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Gary Berg said.

All five suspects are affiliated with a local Sureno criminal street gang, according to Berg.

“We believe that the five suspects who were with the deceased 16-year-old were the ones who initiated the attack,” Berg said.

Under the “provocative act” doctrine, a person can be guilty of murder even if someone else did the actual killing, Berg said. The provocative act doctrine applies when a person did not actually do the killing, but caused a third party to kill in response to his or his accomplices’ life-threatening act.

The defendants are: Anthony Fernandez, 20, of Stockton; Joshua Mauricio, 18, of San Jose; Alejandro Sandoval, 18, of San Jose; Julio Ibarra, 17, San Jose, and Brallan Villegas, 17, of San Jose.

They have each been charged with murder, assault with a deadly weapon, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Each charge alleges a gang enhancement.

Santa Clara Assistant Public Defender J.J. Kapp told NBC Bay Area that the public defender’s office would represent only one of the defendants because all five of them had been charged with the same crime. The other defendants would be represented by the alternate public defender’s office and an independent defense counsel, assuming that they haven’t hired a private attorney.

The defendants were arraigned Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. If convicted, they face 15 years to life in prison.

Friends of the teen killed said they are outraged over the homicide charges against five of their schoolmates.

“They didn’t murder him. Those are his friends,” a friend who wished to remain anonymous said in an interview with NBC Bay Area. “Why would they want harm on him?”

Campbell police on March 16 began investigating the attack in John D. Morgan Park  that led to the hospitalization of Tharp and the death of 16-year-old Ivan Diaz.

According to police, the group attacked Tharp, knocking him to the ground and kicking and punching him repeatedly on his head and upper body.

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Police said that Tharp defended himself with a knife because he believed he was going to be seriously injured. He swung the knife once toward one of the attackers who was kicking him in the end, police said. Diaz was wounded in the altercation. The group fled the scene, taking Diaz to Valley Medical Center where he later succumbed to his injuries.

On March 28, Campbell police with the help of the Santa Clara County Specialized Enforcement Team and the Los Gatos Police Department served search warrants at the five suspects’ homes.

Police arrested all five suspects at that time and seized evidence.

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White, UIC Woman, Choked Unconsciousness and Raped in Dorm Shower, by Black Male

April 2, 2014, Chicago, Illinois (NBC5Chicago) — Tavares Humphries choked victim to the point of unconsciousness and raped her, prosecutor said in court

Warning: Details of the attack, as alleged by the prosecutor, are graphic…

A Cook County judge on Wednesday ordered a Chicago man held without bail after a prosecutor laid out the details of how she said the defendant attacked a college student in her dormitory shower earlier this week.

Tavares Humphries, 28, faces charges of attempted murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping, battery of a police officer and residential burglary, campus spokesman Bill Burton told NBC Chicago on Tuesday after charges were filed.

In court, Assistant States Attorney Pierina Infelise said the victim was taking a shower in Commons South residence hall, at 700 S. Halsted St., on Monday morning when she heard a man’s voice in the bathroom. The woman looked out the shower curtain and saw Humphries standing there, naked, asking for soap. She yelled at him to leave but instead he kept asking for soap and then began taking a shower in a stall across from her.

Humphries, of the 3300 block of West Lexington Street, then joined the victim in her shower stall, lunging at her and wrapping his arms around her. She struggled and yelled for help but Humphries choked her and ultimately rendered her unconscious, Pierina said.

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When the victim woke up, she was in a different shower stall and Humphries was raping her, Pierina told the judge.

The victim continued to scream, they said, and Humphries told her to shut up and slapped her in the face with an open hand. He then again choked her to the point of unconsciousness.

It was at that point that a witness reportedly heard the victim’s screams for help and entered the bathroom. Another witness, David Guerrero, told NBC Chicago on Tuesday that he heard the commotion and didn’t hesitate in helping.

“I ran down the hallway and to the girl’s bathroom and asked if everything is OK,” Guerrero said. “I heard screams so I entered. When I entered I saw the perpetrator in the corner and I saw the victim clearly scared.”

As police were trying to place Humphries into custody, prosecutors said he grabbed and squeezed the officer’s groin, causing “extreme pain.”

The victim, whose name was not publicly released because she’s a victim of a crime, was taken to the university hospital and treated for multiple abrasions to her face, shoulders and back, as well as swelling to her knee and a cut to her genitals.

“Based on the serious nature of the charges, it’s evident that he’s a danger to himself and to society,” Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesel said before ordering Humphries held.

The five-story residence hall, at 700 S. Halsted St., houses about 190 undergraduate students, according to UIC’s web site.

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White, UIC Woman, Brutally Beat and Sexually Assaulted, by Black Males

April 2, 2014 Chicago, Illinois (CBSChicago) – Police are warning students at the University of Illinois at Chicago to be on the lookout, after a woman was attacked and sexually assaulted right in the middle of the Rush medical campus.

As CBS 2’s Susanna Song reports, the 24-year-old woman was not attacked for her money, her cell phone or her purse. She was attacked for the express purpose of being sexually assaulted, and it happened in broad daylight.

Police said two men grabbed a 24-year-old woman on Paulina Street, just south of Harrison Street, sometime between 2:30 and 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon.

The block of Paulina Street where the assault happened is right in the center of the Rush University Medical Center campus, with a parking structure on the east side of the street, and the Armour Academic Center on the west.

The men pulled a dark hat over the woman’s head and eyes, according to a campus crime alert. They took her into a vehicle at knifepoint, forced her inside, and sexually assaulted her.

But it didn’t end there. After the rape, the attackers punched the woman and beat her, before they finally pushed her out of the car. She hit the ground and lost consciousness.

According to police, the woman woke up in a parking lot in the 700 block of South Paulina Street, between Flournoy and Polk streets. She walked a few blocks to UIC Medical Center, where she was treated and released.

The attackers did not take anything from the woman, police said.

Another UIC student said the brazen attack has her thinking she might need protection.

“Don’t travel alone, but sometimes you can’t help it,” said Juanita Brown, “because especially if you’re a student… mace or something to protect yourself.”

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