Showing posts with label Terror. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Terror. Show all posts

November 2, 2017

Details of Terror Attack and Warning to New Yorkers

The following is a page from NBC in New York written by   and 
It is too early to blame anybody but the terrorist and the killling org he let infiltrate his reasoning but there are always many roots that sustain the tree. You have a mad president tweeting hatred and spewing words for whch he has no idea the implications it will have for these people in a connected world. 
In New york city it is obvious we need to do more. New Yorkers are a very special bunch if it wasnt so they will be visitors not residents. New Yorkers need to be more on the alert to the traffic around us and the people that might hurt us. Why do i say that? Because we need to take responsiblity for our own safety and not wait for an emergency vehicle to come screeching down the street to help. I did not say take the law into your hand but to take the safety into your hands to give enough time to first responders to atke over. 
Those head phones on bikers need to also let some noise in and the rider need to have their pair of eyes replace the the sound they are muffling. I say these things because of my own experience as a New Yorker and how i learn to walk in dangerous neighborhoods on the look out for the armed thief. Now that caution needs to still be there even though we don't call the thief a thief a terrorist now. No difference between those two if they both are willing to hurt you and it seems that these humans converted into killing machines will approach us like 'a thief in the night." Let's also keep in mind most of these killes are not deranged. They know what they are doing and why. Our government knows that very well because it knows how you can get into someone's head. A preacher,  a good sales man also knows to sell something people don't need they do by creating a need to fill another need. Again, I would not say that unless I have not seen it myself.  (Revelations).  
The young Uzbek immigrant arrived in the United States seven years ago, moving frequently as he built a family, made a living driving trucks and cars, and raised little suspicion from law enforcement. 
But at some point, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov apparently developed a fascination with ISIS. That, investigators now believe, may have motivated him to commit the deadliest terror attack in New York City since Sept. 11, 2001. 
 New York terror attack suspect is reportedly 'boasting about his activities' 2:37
On Tuesday, Saipov, a 29-year-old married father with nothing more than traffic violations on his criminal record, rented a pickup truck at a Home Depot in northern New Jersey, headed over the George Washington Bridge, and then drove south into lower Manhattan, where he allegedly mowed down people on a bike path, killing eight. He allegedly crashed into a school bus, jumped out of the truck holding two imitation guns, and shouted "Allahu Akbar," Arabic for "God is Great," before a NYPD officer shot him. 
In the rental truck, authorities retrieved a note that, translated to English, said, "ISIS Lives Forever," according to a senior official briefed on the investigation. Questioned in a New York hospital, where he is recovering from a bullet wound to his abdomen, Saipov showed no remorse, and actually seemed proud of what he'd allegedly done, the official said. 
At this point, police and local officials say it appears that Saipov acted alone. But investigators are still trying to piece together his journey from Uzbekistan to the crime scene, and in doing so determine whether anyone helped him, and if he had ties to ISIS or other terrorist organizations ─ or was simply inspired by them. 
Authorities say Saipov's online history indicates that he consumed ISIS propaganda, the senior official said. But the senior official said Saipov was not subject of any active terrorist investigations. 
Some answers may come from his wife, who was tracked down in Paterson, New Jersey and has met with authorities, the official said. She has been initially cooperative and has denied any knowledge of the attack before it happened, law enforcement officials said. 
 Bystander Captures School Bus 'Horror' After Manhattan Terror Attack 0:39
Fellow Uzbek immigrants who came to know Saipov said he didn't seem to be the kind of man who would do such a thing. 
"He liked the U.S. He is no terrorist," said Kobiljon Matkarov, who said he met Saipov four or five years ago, when they both lived in Florida. 
Bekhzod Abdusamatov, whose parents took Saipov into their Cincinnati home when he first arrived in the United States in 2010, said he didn't seem unusual at the time: he was polite, spent a lot of time out of the house, and moved away after a few weeks. 


A vehicle with Florida license plates is surrounded by a police perimeter in the parking lot of the Home Depot store on Oct. 31 in Passaic, N.J. Julio Cortez / AP

“I was shocked. I never would’ve imagined something like this. I never would’ve thought this guy would do something violent," Abdusamatov said. 
Saipov arrived in the United States under a "Diversity Visa Lottery Program," President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. Two senior U.S. officials with direct knowledge of the matter confirmed that the suspect was accepted into the program, which, according to the State Department, allows the arrival of a limited number of applicants from countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States. 
Saipov's travels from there aren't entirely clear. But records indicate that within months he obtained a commercial truck license, first in New Jersey, and then in Florida. He also registered two automobile-related businesses in Ohio, one at the Cincinnati address of Abdusamatov's family, and another in Cuyahoga Falls. 
In 2013, he married Nozima Odilova, according to records in Ohio. Both listed their birthplace as Tashkant, Uzbekistan. 


Crime scene investigators collect evidence on Nov. 1 at the scene of the truck attack on a bike path in lower Manhattan. Seth Wenig / AP

While driving a truck, Saipov was cited several times for traffic violations ─ in Maryland in 2011, in Pennsylvania in 2012 and 2015, and in Missouri in 2016. In the Pennsylvania cases, he was listed as living in Paterson, and in the Missouri case his home was said to be in Tampa, Florida. His commercial driver's license, issued in 2015, lists a Tampa address. 
He was arrested in Missouri for not appearing in court on a charge of failure to maintain his truck's brake system, a misdemeanor for which he was given a $129.50 fine, according to records and local officials. 
At some point recently, Saipov began driving for Uber, passing a background test. Matkarov said Saipov was working for Uber and living in New Jersey with a couple of children when they last saw each other five or six months ago.


October 31, 2017

8 Dead 11 Injured in Truck Terror Attack in New York City

 The terrorist truck came to a stop after crashing into the school bus.

The pickup truck crashed into another vehicle after striking bicyclists and pedestrians, and the driver got out wielding what police later said were “imitation” guns. The driver was shot by police before being taken into custody, the New York City Police Department said in a posting on its Twitter account. 
The federal government was treating it as a terrorist attack, two U.S. government officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity. 
A police spokesman posted a photo showing a white pickup truck on the bike path with its front end mangled and the hood crumpled. The truck was adorned with logos of the Home Depot hardware store chain. 
Mangled and flattened bicycles littered the bike path, which runs parallel to the West Side Highway on the western edge of Manhattan along the Hudson River. 
One witness, John Williams, a 22-year-old student, told reporters at the scene that he heard about five gunshots before seeing a large man with curly hair being taken into custody.

“He seemed very calm,” Williams said. “He was not putting up a fight.” 
The police have not confirmed any gunfire besides shots fired by officers.

 A witness told ABC Channel 7 that he saw a white pick-up truck drive south on the bike path at full speed and hit several people. The witness, who was identified only as Eugene, said bodies were lying outside Stuyvesant High School, one of the city’s elite public schools. 
A video apparently filmed at the scene and circulated online showed scattered bikes on the bike path and at least two people lying on the ground.  Both U.S. President Donald President and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had been briefed about the incident, their offices said. The office of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the governor was heading to the scene.

The Terrorist 29 yr Old from Uzbekistan, living in Tampa, Florida. He was shot in the stomach by Police. He is in surgery right now, expected to live.
The suspect is reported to have screamed "Allahu Akbar" after the crash, and that is a key reason authorities are looking at terrorism as a possible motive, sources said.
The deadly incident began at about 3:05 p.m., when the vehicle -- a Home Depot rental truck, according to the company -- entered the West Street pedestrian and bike path north of Chambers Street, hitting multiple people on the path, leaving some dead and "numerous people injured," New York City police said.
Six of the deceased victims were pronounced dead at the scene; two more died at a nearby hospital. Police said 11 were wounded with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Reporting by Jonathan Allen, Anna Driver, Dan Trotta and Gina Cherelus in New York; Writing by Jonathan Allen; Editing by //Reuters...adamfoxie

August 20, 2017

Missing British Boy Now Among Barcelona Dead

 Julian Cadman, 7

It’s a tragic confirmation. Julian Cadman’s family had frantically searched for the British 7-year-old in the wake of Thursday’s ISIS-claimed van attack on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas landmark. Today Catalan police said he was among the Assault's 14 fatalities. One additional person was killed that in nearby Cambrils, and while police fatally shot five alleged jihadists there, preventing further casualties, they’re still searching for the Barcelona driver. A local police chief speculated that he could have crossed into nearby France, even if checkpoints are operating on the normally open border.


August 17, 2017

Many Dead and Injured In Van Plowing Into The Crowds Terror Attack, Barcelona

A white van slammed into crowds on a tree-lined pedestrian mall Thursday in Barcelona's popular tourist district Las Ramblas, killing at least one person and injuring 32 in what Spanish police call a terror attack.

Spanish media, including Cadena SER radio station and TV3, put the death toll as high as 13. 

Spanish public broadcaster RTVE says 1 suspect has been arrested. The Spanish newspaper El  Pais reported earlier that two suspects had fled the scene, with at least one holed up in a bar.

"We can confirm this was a terror attack. The counter-terror protocol has been activated," tweeted regional police.

The Las Ramblas district is lined with stalls and shops in the center of Barcelona. People walk down a wide, pedestrian path in the center of the street but cars can travel on either side. Witnesses tell Spanish state broadcaster RTVE that the van mounted the central pedestrian part of the boulevard and barreled into the crowd.

Albert Tort, 47, a nurse who lives in the area, tells the Spanish newspaper El  Pais the scene of the carnage was a "real disaster."

"I have counted at least 6 dead, I have tried to revive a young man but it has been impossible, " Tort said. 
Mossos d'Esquadra Police officers and emergency service workers move an injured person after a van crashes into pedestrians in Las Ramblas, downtown Barcelona, Spain, on Aug. 17, 2017. 

According to initial reports a van crashed into a crowd in Barcelona's famous Placa Catalunya square at Las Ramblas area injuring several. Local media report the van driver ran away, metro and train stations were closed. The number of people injured and the reasons behind the incident are not yet known.   Van crashes into pedestrians in Barcelona terror attack

The Mossos d'Esquadra, the police force of the Catalan autonomous region, said on Twitter that "the counter-terror mechanism has been activated."

In Washington, the White House says President Trump has been alerted to the unfolding situation. This year there have been several high-profile terror attacks involving vehicles across Europe. In Spain, there hasn't been a major terrorist attack since the 2004 Madrid train bombings by Al Qaeda inspired terrorists, according to El  Pais. 

The El Pais newspaper said the Clinical and Provincial Hospital of Barcelona is treating three injured by the incident. Police cordoned off the street and shut down businesses. A policemen and a medical staff member stand past police cars and an ambulance in a cordoned off area after a van plowed into the crowd, injuring several people on the Rambla in Barcelona on August 17, 2017. 

The government of Catalonia's Carles Puigdemont tweeted, "Maximum prudence and all the attention to the victims in the events of this afternoon in Barcelona."

August 15, 2017

When The Wt.House Condemns Racism/Home Grown Terrorism But Their President Doesn't

Donald Trump's response to violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia has attracted widespread criticism.

At the weekend thousands of far-right protestors congregated in the city for a controversial march dubbed "Unite the Right."

They were met by counter-protestors who tried to prevent the rally from progressing through the city, with violence eventually breaking out between the opposing groups.

A 32-year-old woman who was a part of the anti-fascist protest died after a car rammed into a crowd of people, injuring 19 other people. The car was driven by a suspected white supremacist.

The incident has been widely condemned by many American politicians but although President Trump condemned the violence, which he apportioned "on many sides", he ignored accusations that far-right groups were in favour of him and his policies. 

This came after the President had failed to specifically criticise white supremacists, instead choosing to blame "many sides" in the conflict. 

His ignorance of the question posed by the reporters was lambasted on social media, with many people believing that he is complicit in provoking the weekend's violence. 

During his Presidential campaign, Trump used terms and phrases to condemn Muslims and immigrants that would potentially appeal to far-right groups.

On Saturday former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke was filmed in Charlottesville saying that the rally aims to "fulfil the promises of Donald Trump." 

Trump's former communications director Anthony Scaramucci criticised the President and the statement, for not attacking the white nationalists.

He told ABC News:

I wouldn't have recommended that statement.

I think he would have need to have been much harsher.

That sentiment was echoed by many of Trump's fellow Republicans.


 Nazi's openly displayed their flags over the weekend in Charlottesville

Guy who drove car into the crowds in Charlottesville on Sunday was a Hitler lover since he was a kid:
(UPI) -- James Alex Fields, Jr. -- the suspect in the automobile killing of a protester opposing a white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend -- held extreme beliefs and sympathized with Nazi views, a former teacher said.

Police say Fields' gray Dodge Challenger plowed into a crowd of protesters who were counter-demonstrating against the white nationalist rallies on Saturday. Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal, died from her injuries.

The car then reversed and hit additional pedestrians. Photos from the scene showed it sustained severe front end damage.

Authorities later arrested Fields, 20, of Maumee, Ohio, for the attack -- in which at least 19 others were injured.

Derek Weimer, a social studies teacher at the Randall K. Cooper High School in Kentucky -- where Fields and his mother lived prior to moving to Ohio -- said Fields held "outlandish, very radical beliefs."

"It was quite clear he had some really extreme views and maybe a little bit of anger behind them," Weimer said. "Feeling -- what's the word I'm looking for -- oppressed or persecuted, he really bought into this white supremacist thing.

"He was very big into Nazism. He really had a fondness for Adolf Hitler."

Weimer said he and other teachers attempted to separate Fields from "that garbage" but were unsuccessful.

"It was obvious that he had this fascination with Nazism and a big idolatry of Adolf Hitler," Weimer said. "He had white supremacist views. He really believed in that stuff."

Fields is set to appear in court Monday.

Samantha Bloom, Fields' mother, told the Toledo Blade she did not know her son was going to Virginia for the rally. Instead, she thought he was going to an event related to President Donald Trump.

"I told him to be careful," Bloom said. "[And] if they're going to rally to make sure he's doing it peacefully ... I thought it had something to do with Trump."

In addition to the 19 injured in the car-ramming attack, police said 15 others were wounded in other incidents associated with the Charlottesville protests.

Two state troopers -- pilot Lt. H. Jay Cullen, 48, and Trooper Berke M.M. Bates, 41 -- died when their helicopter crashed near the north-central Virginia college town after monitoring the incidents Saturday.

The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI said they would launch investigations into the deadly demonstrations.

Sunday, the White House attempted to clarify initial remarks Trump made on the Charlottesville violence -- amid criticism that he didn't expressly renounce the white supremacy gathering.

"The president said very strongly in his statement [Saturday] that he condemns all forms of violence, bigotry and hatred," the White House said. "Of course, that includes white supremacists, [Ku Klux Klan], neo-Nazi and all extremist groups. He called for national unity and bringing all Americans together."

Saturday, both the president and first lady Melania Trump condemned the violence and hatred. Sunday, the White House denounced "white supremacists" and "all extremist groups."

June 13, 2016

LA Police Stopped Man with Cache of Weapons Headed to Gay Pride

Authorities on Sunday were trying to determine the intentions of an Indiana man with a cache of weapons, ammunition and explosive-making materials in his car and apparent plans to attend the L.A. Pride festival in West Hollywood.
Santa Monica Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks initially said on Twitter that the 20-year-old man told one of her officers after he was arrested that he wanted “to harm Gay Pride event.” 
But Lt. Saul Rodriguez said later the tweet was a misstatement. He said the suspect told investigators that he was going to the Pride festival but said he did not make additional statements about his intentions.
"It was a misstatement," Rodriguez said. "Unfortunately, she was given incorrect information initially, which indicated that that statement was made; however, that statement never was made. He did indicate that he was planning on going to the Pride festival but beyond anything as far as motives or his intentions that statement was never made nor did any officer receive that statement."
Police identified the suspect as James Wesley Howell of Indiana. A Facebook page for someone with the same name in Indiana shows a young man posing next to a white Acura with the same license plate as the car searched in Santa Monica for the weapons and explosives.
At a news conference Sunday afternoon, police stressed they were still trying to figure out what Howell planned to do with the weapons.
Howell’s friend and fellow car club member Joseph Greeson, 18, said Howell didn’t harbor any ill will toward gays or lesbians.
Greeson said Howell’s family in Jeffersonville hadn’t seen him for days and that his parents had called Greeson’s parents looking for him.
He added that Howell was known to have a gun collection.
According to Indiana court records, Howell was charged in October 2015 with intimidation and felony pointing a firearm at another person. On April 19, Howell pleaded guilty to misdemeanor intimidation, and prosecutors dropped the charge of pointing a firearm. Court records show he was sentenced to a year in state prison and placed on probation. Under the deal, He agreed to forfeit all weapons during his term of probation.
Howell allegedly pointed a gun at his neighbors in the October incident, according to a News and Tribune article. In the article, witnesses also described Howell as having pointed his gun at his boyfriend in an earlier incident.
“James is going to get someone hurt,” one witness said, the article said. “He needs to stop pointing guns at people.”
Greeson said that Howell harbored no ill will toward gays or lesbians and added that Howell was bisexual.  

Federal and local law enforcement decided against canceling the annual parade, which went forward Sunday morning under tightened security. Investigators are now trying to piece together what happened but said they don’t believe there is any connection between the incident and the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., that killed at least 50 people overnight.
Early Sunday, Santa Monica police received a call about a suspected prowler who was knocking on a resident’s door and window about 5 a.m. in the 1700 block of 11th Street, Santa Monica police said. Patrol officers responded and encountered Howell, who was sitting in a car registered in Indiana, police said. Officers inspected the car and found three assault rifles, high-capacity ammunition and a 5-gallon bucket containing “chemicals capable of forming an improvised explosive device,” police said.  
A law enforcement source who spoke on condition of anonymity said the contents of the bucket included tannerite, an ingredient that could be used to create a pipe bomb. The maker of the material said that was not the case and that it can only be detonated by high-velocity impact such as a bullet strike. But tannerite is known as a material used in the construction of other types of explosive devices.
The source, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing investigation, said authorities also found camouflage clothing in the car.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said the suspect told police he was going to the Pride parade to look for a friend. Authorities were looking for that individual.

Santa Monica police spokesman Saul Rodriguez said detectives are “not aware of what the suspect’s intentions were at this point.”
Santa Monica police continued to search the suspect’s white Acura on Sunday morning. All four of the car’s doors were open and a green blanket, red gasoline canister and several other smaller items were being piled on the sidewalk next to it. The car’s license plate included a symbol of the National Rifle Assn. on the left side and the bottom said, "Teaching Freedom."
Facebook page for Howell said he attended high school in Louisville, Ky., and lives in Jeffersonville, Ind., where he works for an air filtration company. A car enthusiast, Howell posted numerous photographs of the Acura along with a couple of videos taken from inside cars. Another 10-second video includes gunfire, with shots striking grass.
The site includes political posts, including one in which he compares Hillary Clinton to Adolf Hitler. In another, he repeats conspiracy theories that the government was behind notorious terrorist attacks, including Sept. 11, 2001. That post shares a video claiming that last year’s terror attack on the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was a hoax and attributable to the “New World Order.” 
“They found him with weapons that were very disconcerting," said one source, adding officials are "taking the appropriate safety precautions."
One source in West Hollywood said there was discussion of calling off the parade but that officials decided to go forward, with heavy security including undercover officers in the crowd.
The sources spoke to The Times on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment publicly. 
The parade comes hours after the attack at the Orlando club. In addition to those killed, at least 53 were injured in the deadliest shooting in modern American history after a gunman took hostages. The gunman, who was killed in a shootout with police, has been identified as 29-year-old Omar Mateen, a U.S. law enforcement official said.
West Hollywood City Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath said in a statement that Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials were stepping up security efforts around Sunday’s parade and other festivities. But she said officials do not believe there is any threat around Sunday’s activities.
The parade began about 10:45 a.m. Usually a joyful affair, this event was tempered  by the Orlando violence and the Santa Monica arrest. 
Emma Samuels, 16, stood at Crescent Heights and Santa Monica boulevards with a group of friends, wearing a rainbow tutu.
She had heard about what happened in Florida when her mother called her Sunday morning, as soon as she arrived at the parade. "She told me and said, 'I hope you're safe, sweetie, I love you and let me know that you're OK,'" she said. Her friend Nicki Genco-Kamin, 18, stood with her, a “No H8” temporary tattoo on his left cheek: "I feel like it's all the more reason to come out. That's trying to push us back. This is showing we're still here, we're still going to take a stand," he said.
The group said that a sense of worry was there, but stressed the importance of turning out.
"That's exactly why we're here, to be like, 'I'm proud of who I am. I don't care if you hate me, I'm going to love myself,'" Samuels said.
"Life is short anyways," Genco-Kamin said. “Spend it being authentic to yourself." Authorities look over the suspect's car in Santa Monica. (Joel Rubin / Los Angeles Times)

“Gun violence on the LGBTQ family during Pride Month makes me sick,” Horvath said. “The deadliest mass shooting in America happened to LGBTQ people on Latin night. While we mourn this heartbreaking loss, we must also rededicate ourselves to the fight for full equality for all people. No one is equal unless everyone is equal.”
A reporter for ProPublica tweeted out a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department bulletin detailing the arrest.
Joel Rubin, Hailey Branson-Potts, Zahira Torres and Frank Shyong

January 17, 2015

Gay Men Are Thrown to their Deaths by ISIS

New video has surfaced showing ISIS throwing men off of a building in front of a crowd. Their crime? Being gay. Other propaganda shows a woman being stoned to death for adultery and men being crucified on crossed for theft. 
The Obama administration  refuses to say we’re at war with radical Islam, despite extreme human rights abuses against the minorities they claim to stand up for. But is it Islam and the million it represents or a faction like we had (still have) the KKK? You could not say all white people in the South agreed with the KKK. Again, how can you say millions of people are all terrorists. The nations and governments that endorsed radicalism in Islam, those are where the pressure can be put. The sooner the USA gets off oil and others become dependent on our gas, oil and technology for energy the sooner we can ascent more pressure not to make these people democratic absolutely not but to have respect for other’s rights just like they like to have their own rights respected.
Having being an example on how we treat our own LGBT also goes a long way to showing our respect for all and we don’t based that on religion (which they do). We are still involved in a hurricane of a fight in the Courts, local governments and Congress to make equal protections laws which our past treatment calls for.
Putin in Russia makes fun of us all the time when we talk about how badly he treat s the LGBT community there. He says some states here have been worse to gays than his government is ever been. We most make sure that scoundrels like him do not have a point of argument that we are like him, because we have been as bad as him with the LGBT community. It’s true the american people at last have seen our plight but imagine if the President of the USA would have made the statement he made endorsing gay marriage if LGBT backing of the American populace would have been lower, like 30% instead of 50-65% depending on the poll. Some show 70% depending how the questions are phrased. It would not have happened. Which means is not the government that wants protections for us but the american people, because all in all and after all good and bad things were said about the american people the bottom line is that the american people are a fair people a good people as long they have the facts. That is what our community recognized and went in an all out education program to teach the nation, tolerance, individuality and respect for all, not counting religion. 
When civil rights and freedom of speech are being practiced we can’t count on religion because like they say many times religions are not democracies. They are run by their own rules. We saw that with the statement of the Pope not criticizing the Killers in Paris but the people protesting and the magazine Charlie  saying you can’t make fun of people’s faith’s.  He put that higher than killing innocent people just because they went out of their house that day. Religion cannot stand free speech because free speech have been known to tumble down governments as well as churches. The Pope as good as some might think he is he wears the royal pope robes. He knows what free speech will do to his church. That is just how Luther made the split of the church and formed the protestant sect, because he was allowed free speech a bit too long. 
The worse thing that we have against us is these people’s religion which allow them to get converts, particularly young converts. They are told a tale no one dare’s to opposed. That is what Charlie is for of bringing down politicians and religions to a lower level where the people are. Long live freedom of speech even if we have to tolerate the insane among us that would use that freedom of speech to turn it against us with lies. We have to be able to be firm on our believes to stand those crazies which never nothing makes them happy. If something good is done they want to investigate how it took too long ands so on.
Free speech also most have guides and limits and those are impose by the people. No you can’t say anything you want even if it hurts others. But not restrictions on the truth wether is in comedy or in a speech.
To conlcude I will like to ad a quote from one of my favorite fiction writers Anne Rice:
"Your Free Speech, and Mine," from Timothy Egan at the New York Times has my full support. Free speech and freedom of expression are essential in a democratic culture and nation. We must protect these rights even when people use them to say things that make us profoundly uncomfortable. If we cannot stand up for Charlie Hebdo, then our claim to support free speech is meaningless.

October 1, 2013

Two People Parachute from Sky Scrapper by The World Trade Center

I picked this up today on the net (DNA Site) about two people parachuting from a sky scrapper near the World Trade Center. They were wearing black suits with helmets and the whole enchilada.  This used to be cute pro 9/11 but not anymore simply because it shows a lack of security in this building and since no building stands alone, there most be more holes in the system. I’ve talked to movers that work moving office equipment in the area prior to this incident and the response is "it depends on the building and the shift.”
The danger is obvious. Someone from one building can parachute to the World Trade Center and do damage. Nothing compared to what we experienced here but enough to kill a few and hurt to make a point. I guess some people’s ego are bigger than the buildings they parachute from. At least, I hope that it shows the Police that they need to concentrate on live cams in the area so they detect something like this before it happens. This really annoys me because it could have been a dry run for the real thing.

Goldman Sachs building
Police are looking for two men dressed all in black who reportedly parachuted into Lower Manhattan near the Goldman Sach...
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  (below By Janon Fisher )
The incident happened about 3:07 a.m. when the two people were caught by security cameras landing near the intersection of West and Vesey streets, Kelly said.
"They were seen walking with parachutes from the location," Kelly said during a press conference at police headquarters Monday afternoon. "No banners, no notes were left."
It was unclear if they landed in front of Goldman Sachs building at the intersection or in between the Goldman building and the Conrad Hotel, the commissioner added.
Police are looking into whether the two jumped from the roof of a building or from some type of aircraft.

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