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Day of Rage #BlackLivesMatter Protests Set for Friday in 37 US Cities

Day of Rage Protests Across America

Use this as a list of places NOT to be on Friday the 15th.

No matter how great your empathy might be for those who have unjustly lost their lives, these protests are not safe places to be.
Here are the locations and times for the protests:

Read more here: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/07/warning-day-rage-blacklivesmatter-protests-set-friday-37-us-cities/

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Plot to Murder White Police Officers in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, Louisiana (WAFB) — Law enforcement released the names of three suspects in connection with a burglary at a pawn shop that is allegedly part of a larger conspiracy for an attack against police officers, according to Baton Rouge Police.

Officials say investigators learned that at least four men were plotting to violently attack police officers. Part of that alleged plot included breaking into the Cash America Pawn Store on Government Street for guns to commit the crimes.

Read more here: http://www.wafb.com/story/32429189/police-burglary-at-pawn-shop-part-of-plot-to-shoot-police-officers-due-to-protests

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Security Guard Assaults and Shoots at Two Men in Tampa Parking Garage

Tampa, Florida (FOX 13) – An argument over public urination in an Ybor City parking garage nearly turned deadly this weekend when shots rang out.

The gunman was a security guard hired by the City of Tampa.

Read more here: http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/173012981-story

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Man claming Blacklivesmatter, Shoots into Officer’s Patrol Car and Home, Screams “F*ck the Police”

Indianapolis, Indiana (WTHR) — Indianapolis’ police chief says a suspect is in custody after someone opened fire on an officer’s patrol car overnight outside the officer’s home.

Chief Troy Riggs says the officer’s cruiser was struck 3-4 times about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Barbara Greeson’s son alerted her that the rapid popping sound on their street overnight had to be gunfire. She woke up to police everywhere.

“They said it was only 17 shots, but it was, ‘BRRRR!’ Like that,” she said.

The gunfire happened at the home of her neighbor, Officer John Walters. The officer took cover inside as three bullets struck his police car and five rounds hit the house where his wife and son were sleeping.

One of the bullets struck really close.

Read more here: http://www.wthr.com/story/32425658/one-arrest-after-officers-house-car-apparently-targeted-in-shooting

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Dallas Shooter Targeted to Kill and Cause Mass Collateral Damage on White People

“He has told our negotiators that the end is coming and he’s going to hurt and kill more of us — meaning law enforcement and white people — and that there are bombs all over the place in this garage and in downtown,” Brown said.

Read more here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/08/dallas-shooting-two-police-officers-wounded-as-shots-fired-at-ra/

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17-year-old Gregory Robinson, ‘Didn’t do nothin’. Pleads not guilty to killing Adrian Watkins Jr.

March 18, 2014 Jacksonville, Florida (ActionJax4) — A Jacksonville teen charged with fatally shooting another teen who was a neighbor and friend pleaded not guilty Monday to the execution-style slaying.

Gregory Robinson, 17, of Leonid Road is charged as an adult with second-degree murder in the death of Adrian Watkins Jr., 18. Watkins left his home Jan. 31 and his body was found in a ditch behind a north Jacksonville school the next day.

Police arrested Robinson a week later after mutual friends of the victim and suspect wrote a letter to Watkins’ parents giving them details about the killing. Police gave no motive, but Watkins’ father said he’d been told his son was targeted for telling the parents of another teen of Robinson’s plans to kill that youth.

Police found a gun they said was used in the killing while searching Robinson’s home. He denied any involvement.

A story about the killing and attempts by Watkins’ parents to protect their son from trouble was featured on the front of Sunday’s Times-Union.

Robinson pleaded not guilty through his public defender, Michael Bateh, in a hearing that lasted less than a minute before Circuit Judge Kevin Blazs.

Shackled and wearing a brown jail jumpsuit, Robinson slumped in a chair before being called before the judge. After the hearing, he glanced back at the gallery, where his aunt was seated, and was then led away by a bailiff. He is being held in the Duval County jail without bail.

Also watching from the gallery was Adrian’s father, Adrian Watkins Sr. Robinson’s aunt, whom Robinson lived with across the street from Watkins, declined to comment as she left the courtroom. Bateh also declined to comment.

The next court date is set for April 1.

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Taco Bell Manager Murdered by Thugs

March 12, 2014, MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA)  — The two 19-year-old Taco Bell employees charged with capital murder in the death of the restaurant’s night manager had their initial court appearances Tuesday in Montgomery.

Renauldous Jamal Chisholm and Kenneth Duane Temple, both of Montgomery, were arrested Monday afternoon and charged in the death of Vettia Roche, 43, of Montgomery.

Montgomery police say the initial investigation indicates Roche was killed during a robbery while she was leaving the restaurant, located in the 5300 block of Atlanta Highway.

According to court documents, Roche was shot multiple times and struck multiple times with a car jack.

MPD and Fire Medics were called to the Taco Bell around 7:30 a.m. Monday on a report that a body had been found. When investigators arrived, they found Roche behind the restaurant. She was pronounced dead on the scene.

Chisholm and Temple are being held in the Montgomery County Jail without bond.

The restaurant opened around noon Monday and then closed again later in the afternoon. A note posted on the door explained, “Sorry for the inconvience [SIC] we are closed.” An anonymous person later left a response note next to it saying, “It’s not an inconvenience, we’re sorry for your loss, fear , and grief. Stay safe” and signed it “Your customers, your community.”

The owners of the restaurant haven’t released a statement and deferred all questions to police.

This is Montgomery’s second homicide of 2014.

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Florida: Thug Shoots Kyle Lutes in the Back of the Head

February 17, 2014, West Palm Beach, Florida (WPTV) —  A West Palm Beach man remains in jail after being accused of killing an Indiana man and dumping his body in suburban Palm Beach Gardens.

Jay-Von Avery was charged with first-degree murder Sunday morning and held without bond.

Police say he shot Kyle Lutes, 25, in the back of the head and dumped his body in a wooded area along Valencia Gardens Avenue.

According to the affidavit, Avery paid Lutes to use his car. But a few days later, police said the car had bullet holes in the side and Lutes was nowhere to be found.

The affidavit says days before the body was found, Avery asked his sister to pass by the wooded area where the body was found.

Police said Avery then told his sister he “shot some boy and his body is by the lake.”

The suspect’s sister then contacted police.

The police report says Lutes had come to South Florida from Indiana to get treatment for a drug addiction

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Off-Duty Officer Kills Thugs At Gas Station

February 11, 2014 Chicago, Illinois (CBSChicago) — An off-duty Cook County Sheriff’s officer shot and killed one of three men who robbed him at gunpoint at a gas station in the Pullman neighborhood Monday night.

Shortly before 10 p.m., the off-duty sergeant was pumping gas at a Citgo near 103rd and Cottage Grove, when three men approached, and one of them pointed a gun at the officer.

The robbers demanded the sergeant’s gun, and as he handed it over, one of the suspects rummaged through the officer’s car.

The officer then reached behind his back, pulled his own gun, and shot one of the robbers in the head, killing him.

The two other suspects fled the scene with the sergeant’s wallet. Police have not caught them, as of early Monday.

The sheriff’s office said the sergeant was acting in self-defense. Chicago police were investigating

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Tri-Rail Shooting: John Morris Miller arrested in Miami


February 10, 2014, North Miami, Florida (WSVN)
— A security guard answering the call of a suspicious passenger on a Tri-Rail train was shot Thursday afternoon after a fight on the tracks with the suspect at the Golden Glades Interchange station.

The wild afternoon rush-hour incident left a second guard injured, a suspect running through traffic and a quick-thinking Metrobus driver preventing the hijacking of his bus.

On Thursday night, detectives were still piecing together the series of events that let to the shooting of the guard and the suspect. Both are in stable condition at Ryder Trauma Center, Miami-Dade police said.

The incident began around 4 p.m. when two guards removed the man from the train at the Golden Glades Tri-Rail station. They had boarded the train to investigate a call of a suspicious man, possibly armed.

Once on the platform, there was a violent altercation between the guards and the suspect, with the guards and the suspect ending up rolling on the tracks

A gun went off and the guard was wounded; the suspect then ran through heavy traffic on State Road 9.

He tried to commandeer a passing Metrobus, but the driver did not open the door. When police apprehended the suspect near the bus with the help of Florida Highway Patrol, they found he had been shot.

It’s unclear how he was wounded or how many weapons were fired and by whom during the incident, said Miami-Dade police spokesman Sgt. John Barrow.

The second guard was treated for minor injuries.

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