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September 14, 2016

Rundown Death of Black Youth Updated to Hate Crime

 Russell Orlando Courtier, 38 and Colleen hunt, 35

An Oregon man and his girlfriend accused of intentionally running down a black teen after an altercation in a convenience store parking lot face new hate crime charges alleging they targeted the victim because of his race.

Russell Orlando Courtier, 38, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of first- and second-degree intimidation in the death of Larnell Malik Bruce, court documents say. Colleen Hunt, 35, who was in the passenger seat, pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree intimidation.

Under Oregon law, a charge of intimidation means the defendants are accused of acting based on their perception of the victim's race, color, religion or disability.

The two had previously pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder in the death of 19-year-old Bruce, of Vancouver, Washington.

Last month, The Portland Mercury raised questions about Courtier's possible affiliation with a white supremacist group after finding pictures on his Facebook page that show him with a tattoo of "EK," which stands for European Kindred. At the time, authorities had not charged him or Hunt with a hate crime, but were investigating.

Gresham police said Tuesday the defendants' "clear ties" to a white supremacist gang were initially not enough to charge them with a hate crime.
"Anything like this, we have to be very careful in looking at motive before we just assume something that may seem very clear to other people," said Officer John Rasmussen, a spokesman for the Gresham police. “We have to be sure to tie it in correctly to where it could withstand a court trial.”

19-year-old Bruce (victim), of Vancouver, Washington
Additional investigation, including more witness interviews and input from experts on white supremacists, led a grand jury to re-indict the couple Monday.
Attorneys for Courtier and Hunt did not return phone calls Tuesday.

According to court documents, Bruce and Courtier got into an argument that turned physical outside a Gresham 7-Eleven on Aug. 10. Bruce was armed with a machete.

It still isn't clear what the two were fighting about, but moments later Courtier jumped in his 1991 Jeep Wrangler and chased down Bruce as the teen ducked and wove through the parking lot on foot, according to an affidavit for probable cause. Surveillance video shows the Jeep turning around rapidly and accelerating toward Bruce as he tries to flee.
The video did not capture the moment Bruce was struck, the affidavit said, but a responding officer found him unconscious on the ground with blood streaming from his head and ears. The officer also spotted a red Jeep speeding away.
Hunt shouted "Get him, baby, get him" during the fight, but has denied any involvement in Bruce's death, according to court papers.
Bruce died three days after being struck.

June 15, 2016

Trump’s Grand Daddy was A Racist, Arrested in KKK Brawl w/Cops

 If Trump’s Grand daddy would have been denied entrance here (we were in between wars with     Germany)Trump would not be here asking that other races be kept from here.
According to a New York Times article published in June 1927, a man with the name and address of Donald Trump’s father was arraigned after Klan members attacked cops in Queens, N.Y.

nyttrumpIn an article subtitled "Klan assails policeman", Fred Trump is named in among those taken in during a late May "battle" in which "1,000 Klansmen and 100 policemen staged a free-for-all." At least two officers were hurt during the event, after which the Klan's activities were denounced by the city's Police Commissioner, Joseph A. Warren.

“The Klan not only wore gowns, but had hoods over their faces almost completely hiding their identity,” Warren was quoted as saying in the article, which goes on to identify seven men “arrested in the near-riot of the parade.”

Named alongside Trump are John E Kapp and John Marcy (charged with felonious assault in the attack on Patrolman William O'Neill and Sgt. William Lockyear), Fred Lyons, Thomas Caroll, Thomas Erwin, and Harry J Free. They were arraigned in Jamaica, N.Y. All seven were represented by the same lawyers, according to the article.

The final entry on the list reads: “Fred Trump of 175-24 Devonshire Road, Jamaica, was discharged.”
In 1927, Donald Trump's father would have been 21 years old, and not yet a well-known figure. Multiple sources report his residence at the time—and throughout his life—at the same address.

To be fair, Let’s give Trump the benefit of the doubt

To be clear, this is not proof that Trump senior—who would later go on to become a millionaire real estate developer—was a member of the Ku Klux Klan or even in attendance at the event. Despite sharing lawyers with the other men, it’s conceivable that he may have been an innocent bystander, falsely named, or otherwise the victim of mistaken identity during or following a chaotic event.

The name of Trump's grandfather, Friedrich Drumpf, was anglicized to Frederick Trump, but he died several years before the report.
A person answering calls at the N.Y.C. Police Department's Records Section said that arrest reports dating that far back were not available in any form. We've sent a formal request in writing and will update if and when we receive a response. We’ve also left a message with the Trump Campaign requesting a callback.

The article, published on June 1, 1927, describes police frustration at rowdy parades, the Klan's use of masks, and its growing presence in New York City. The Klan, originally founded in the 19th century, was reborn in 1915 as a violent supremacist organization associated with lynchings, white nationalism, and the distinctive white robes and hoods used by Klansmen to conceal their identity at parades and other events. At its mid-1920s peak, it had up to 6m members, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Fred Trump, who died in 1999, was a New York real estate developer and the father of mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump. Born in the Bronx to German immigrants, Fred became a real estate developer in his teens; at about the time of his apparent arrest, he was constructing single-family houses in Queens, according to his obituary in the Times. At his death, his net worth was estimated at between $250m and $300m. A savvy businessman and real estate developer, his wealth enabled the junior Trump to start big.
If the man arrested at the riotous Klan parade was indeed Donald's father, it would not be his last tangle with the law over issues concerning minorities. A 1979 article, published by Village Voice, reported on a civil rights suit that alleged that the Trumps refused to rent to black home-seekers, and quotes a rental agent who said Fred Trump instructed him not to rent to blacks and to encourage existing black tenants to leave. The case was settled in a 1975 consent degree described as “one of the most far-reaching ever negotiated,” but the Justice Department subsequently complained that continuing "racially discriminatory conduct by Trump agents has occurred with such frequency that it has created a substantial impediment to the full enjoyment of equal opportunity."
Donald Trump has made nativism a pillar of his campaign, describing Mexican immigrants as rapists and two Boston men who beat a homeless immigrant as “passionate" fans.

The events described in the Times’ article took place 22 years before Donald Trump was even born. But given the racially-charged tone of the younger Trump's campaign, it raises questions about the values he was taught by the man whose fortune he inherited. 
Archive link (requires subscription) [New York Times]
 This article first appeared on Sept 2015 on Boing Boing by MATT BLUM 

April 27, 2014

KKK former Clan Leader Caught with Black Hooker

I found this piece of Say what?? information on  by KFOR-TV and A. Edwards. Actually it should not surprise anyone with a common sense mind that any extremist be political, racist, homophobe-hater or religious not all of what they say is true because in most cases is an impossibility. They preach to their crowds assuming the posture of know it all and can do it all if you just will support them.. One more case as we know the KKK is in no way better nor worse to any extremist preaching standards they find impossible to meet themselves. So they hide it. It is so much fun when it’s get found out particularly when the pants are down and the person who they hate is got the sexual whip making them skirmish like a pig.  

73-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller, also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, Glenn Miller and Glenn Cross,
73-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller, also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, Glenn Miller and Glenn Cross,
RALEIGH, N.C. – The former Ku Klux Klan leader charged with killing three people at Kansas City Jewish centers was caught with an African American, cross-dressing prostitute back in the 1980s.
North Carolina’s WGHPreported Raleigh police caught Glenn Miller in the backseat of a car, engaged in a sex act with a black male prostitute who was dressed as a woman.
WTVD said it found this information when researching Miller’s past in the area.
According to WGHP, officials said Miller wasn’t charged for the incident likely because the government was pursuing a much larger case against him.
Miller is currently facing charges for killing a boy and his grandfather, who was a doctor in Duncan, Oklahoma, outside of a Jewish community center weeks ago.
He also allegedly killed a woman at a Jewish assisted living center.
WTVD reported he is a former North Carolina resident who rose to lead a local chapter of the KKK which later became known as the White Patriot Party.
According to the report, Miller tried to secure the Democratic Party nomination for North Carolina governor in 1984.
Then in 1986, Miller attempted to get the Republican nomination for a North Carolina Senate seat.
Miller has quite a past including declaring war on “blacks and Jews” and a plan to overthrow the government.
He was wanted by the U.S. Marshals and was captured by federal agents after a Missouri standoff in 1987.
Miller served time and gave authorities valuable information in other cases.
He was eventually released with a new identity as part of the witness protection program.
MORE: Read the full story from WTVD
A 1987 United States Marshals Service "wanted" poster shows Frazier Glenn Miller. (United States Marshals Service via ABC News)
A 1987 United States Marshals Service “wanted” poster shows Frazier Glenn Miller. (United States Marshals Service via ABC News)

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