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US citizens reach for guns as unrest in country grows | ITV News

I wonder what percentage of those thousands of proud new gun owners will become dues paying members of the NRA. Ironic the actions of BLM end up shooting holes in the bottom of the gun control boat.

 

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Peaceful protest????

BLM protesters clash with NYPD after marching onto George Washington Bridge

Six protesters were arrested outside of the 34th Precinct.

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Shocking videos show Black Lives Matter protestors clashing with New York City police, according to reports.

One Twitter  video shows a tense scene at the 34th Precinct in Washington Heights on Saturday night as cops in riot gear fought with protestors outside.

One white-shirt officer was captured violently shoving a protester to the ground as he approached a woman who appeared to be getting arrested by the NYPD.

Another video shows protestors briefly stalling traffic for some 20 minutes on the George Washington Bridge.

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Six protesters were arrested outside of the 34th Precinct.

Around 100 protesters took part in the rally, first marching from The Bronx into Manhattan. They next marched onto the upper level of the George Washington Bridge at around 7:30 p.m. They then crossed back to Manhattan and rallied at the nearby 34th Precinct.

“As people were speaking, riot cops attacked us, shoving and arresting multiple people for no reason,” wrote Joshua Potash on Twitter, who posted videos.

He continued: “Protesters didn’t do a single thing to provoke. This is why you hear some people say that chanting ‘peaceful protest’ is a waste of breath. They don’t care. Folks were giving speeches and got attacked. A white shirt knocked someone over, and arrests were made at random.”

Twitter users called out government officials for not standing up to the protests.

Said @greg_kemper: “Gov. Cuomo, if you wonder why people are fleeing your state, just watch this. People are tired of this crap and want police to do something about it. It's called Law & Order.”

Added @BrettAdams12 “The Governor and Mayor love this behavior. That’s their army in the streets. They couldn’t care less about tax paying New Yorkers.”

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Sea to Sky Gondola cable cut a 2nd time by vandals

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By Amy Judd Global News
Posted September 14, 2020 9:10 am
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(Aired Aug. 10, 2019) The cable holding up the popular attraction's 30 gondola cars snapped sometime between 4 a.m. and 4:30 a.m., according to the operator.
 

The Sea to Sky Gondola cable has been cut for a second time.

Dozens of cars have come crashing down after the cable was cut early Monday morning.

An employee for the attraction confirmed to Global News that it appears this is the second act of vandalism after the cable was cut more than a year ago.

That shut down the attraction for several months.

Squamish RCMP are now on scene and say there were no injuries.

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Chicago police officers targeted '5 times' more than years prior as crime surge continues, superintendent says

Of the 65 Chicago police officers who have been shot at, 10 have been struck

Dozens of Chicago police officers have been shot or shot at so far this year -- including as recently as this weekend -- when the Illinois city saw 35 shootings and at least 10 murders through Sunday, officials said Monday.

 

Of the 65 Chicago police officers who have been shot at, 10 have been struck, Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown said during a Monday morning press conference to launch a training program related to the department’s Neighborhood Policing Initiative.

We are risking everything

— Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown

“There is not a comparable year,” Brown said, speaking of the 65 incidents. “That is five times any previous year that anyone can recall in this city.”

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The violent crime wave plaguing Chicago continued over the weekend as police reported 53 victims – including one child – as a result of 35 shootings from 6 p.m. Friday to 11:59 p.m. Sunday. Brown said 52 gun-related arrests were made this weekend.

 

These shootings followed a busy week that saw police make 59 violent crime arrests, he added.

He said officers also recovered 87 guns over the weekend, marking 7,470 guns removed from the streets of Chicago so far this year.

 

Chicago police officers gather outside the emergency area of Stroger Hospital after two officers were wounded in a shooting during a traffic stop in the Homan Square neighborhood early Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020. (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

Chicago police officers gather outside the emergency area of Stroger Hospital after two officers were wounded in a shooting during a traffic stop in the Homan Square neighborhood early Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020. (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

“What we are doing is we’re doing our part, murders are a result of gun violence in our city, and we are taking guns off the street at great risk to our personal safety,” he said, adding: “We are risking everything.”

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On Saturday morning, the officers were shot at while responding to a report of gunshots fired in the South Pullman neighborhood of the city, according to Brown and a local report.

A 49-year-old man was taken into custody and underwent medical evaluation after he allegedly fired at police, prompting the officers to fire back, ABC 7 Chicago reported. No one was injured.

 

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A woman squats on the ground outside the University of Chicago Medicine's Comer Children's Hospital after an 8-year-old girl was killed in a shooting that wounded three others on Sep. 7, 2020, in Chicago. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

The violence continued into Monday morning when a 27-year-old man was fatally wounded before after getting into a car at approximately 12:45 a.m., the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

 

Murders and shootings have each surged 52% year-to-date as of Sept. 6, according to the Chicago Police Department's crime statistics.

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3 hours ago, Marshall said:

Of the 65 Chicago police officers who have been shot at, 10 have been struck

 

Sounds about right to me. Might as well join the army, combat pay is tax free.

Most Infantrymen don’t have degrees, it’s pretty simple really, a soldier 101 thing… simple soldiers recognize the smell. My Grandfather (a WW1 sniper) used to call it “the smell of hard times.” Those who have never inhaled the aroma will blame the left, or the right, the government (Trump or whatever) They will say “look at that, told you so… it’s his fault.”  By the time they realize that It doesn’t matter the flame is self sustaining.

Soldiers don’t do that, our world is simple (and BTW, simple isn’t easy lest thou be deceived). Pick up a weapon, walk onto the field and you are a player. Put it down, go home, have tea (or whatever) and we will let you go. There is no inquiry as to your politics, religion, ethnicity or gender. Present as a warrior and see yourself treated as one.

In advance of experiencing the cloying stench, I recommend dosing your moustache with cologne. Aftershave will sweat off in short order and isn’t recommended. Mandarin Orange is my personal favourite, it works well and lasts a long time…. it has a spicy tanginess to it, expensive but worth it IMO.    

My advice….. grow a moustache, get a generator, stockpile some gas, raise chickens and take up gardening. I’m partial to scotch and popcorn too, pick your poison and enjoy the show.

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https://www.mediaite.com/tv/tucker-carlson-goes-after-democrats-following-recent-attacks-on-police-they-want-power-and-know-law-enforcement-stands-in-the-way/
 

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A man walked up out of nowhere and tried to kill them,” Carlson said of the shooting. “It’s the kind of thing we refer to as a senseless crime, but it wasn’t senseless, there was a reason he tried to kill them: He tried to kill them because they were cops. Can we really be surprised? Since the beginning of summer the Democratic party has told us the police are evil, that they’re killers, agents of racist genocide, cops are the problem.”

 

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2 hours ago, boestar said:

This is not a bunch of protests.  it is a coordinated revolution.

Coordinated by whom? Who is the person at the top - or is just the conspiracy theorists' favourite - the shadowy 'them'?

 

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1 hour ago, Airband said:

Coordinated by whom? Who is the person at the top - or is just the conspiracy theorists' favourite - the shadowy 'them'?

 

no one person.  like a consortium.  Just wait

 

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Video footage shows Surrey RCMP officers getting swarmed by large group of kids, adults

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By Jon Azpiri Global News
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Video shows a Surrey RCMP officers being surrounded and harassed by a large group of kids.

Video footage shared on social media shows RCMP officers being surrounded and harassed by a large group of kids and adults earlier this week in Surrey, B.C.

Officers were responding to a report of an unattended child in the Newton neighbourhood around 5:30 p.m. on Monday, police said.

Surrey RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Elenore Sturko said a group of about 10 to 15 minors and adults had a “very hostile and oppositional reaction” to officers attending the area.

The officers were the subject of attacks with rocks and other objects and physically assaulted, according to RCMP.

Footage appears to show one youth trying to rip the side mirror off of an RCMP cruiser and throwing a shoe at one of the officers.

 

One officer also chased after a youth who allegedly threw something that struck the officer in the head, police said

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“While he’s trying to arrest that young man for the assault, the child is being held onto by other youth that were there,” Sturko said.

“Another [officer] comes to his assistance to help him make that arrest, and that officer — a female officer — was then punched in the head several times by some of the people in the crowd.”

One youth was arrested for obstruction, a second for assault, and a third for mischief, Sturko said.

No charges have been laid yet.

Mounties said they would like to speak to witnesses and anyone who may have additional video of the incident

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Not even waiting for the cover of Darkness.

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Seattle police arrest 11 after property damaged during anti-police demonstration

Bear mace, spray paint, a collapsible baton and a knife were taken from those arrested, police said

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Seattle cops made 11 arrests on Tuesday after property and businesses were damaged during an anti-police demonstration, authorities said.

 

A group of 20 to 30 protesters gathered at Denny Park just after 3 p.m. for an anti-police rally, Seattle authorities said in a news release. As the group marched, police said some members began tagging businesses with spray paint and damaging their windows.

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Police released a photo of a damaged parking meter with the anti-police slogan “ACAB” scrawled in spray paint.

 

Police arrested 11 people after property was damaged during an anti-police protest Tuesday. Police recovered a knife, a collapsible baton. bear mace and other items from those arrested.

Police arrested 11 people after property was damaged during an anti-police protest Tuesday. Police recovered a knife, a collapsible baton. bear mace and other items from those arrested. (Seattle Police Department)

When police tried to arrest those damaging the property, other members of the group attempted to interfere, the release said. They were also taken into custody.

 

“Officers did deploy OC (pepper) spray on occasion while making the arrests,” police said.

Police recovered bear mace, spray paint, a collapsible baton, and a knife from the arrested individuals.

One of the arrested protesters was taken to a hospital for treatment after complaining of an injury, police said. The remaining 10 were booked into the King County Jail for felony property damage and obstructing police.

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Fire chief: Damage from Kenosha unrest tops $11 million
'That’s three years of fire loss for us in the span of about a week,' the fire chief said
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KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Kenosha's fire chief says damage from the unrest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake has now topped $11 million.

Fire Chief Charles Leipzig told the Police and Fire Commission Tuesday that the record fire loss came in the days following the Aug. 23 shooting of Blake, a 29-year-old Black man who was left partially paralyzed after a White officer shot him seven times in the back.

“To put into context, that’s three years of fire loss for us in the span of about a week,” Leipzig told commissioners, the Kenosha News reported.

The shooting, which was recorded on video, sparked protests and violence in Kenosha, where roughly two dozen fires were set and numerous businesses were destroyed.

Prosecutors say 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch, Ill., shot three demonstrators, killing two of them, during a chaotic protest Aug. 25.

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Nothing like a bit of experience in the real world. 

Education without experience is innocuous until you add agenda without discretion (it adds an aggressive component to the mix), then it becomes a dangerous cocktail.

 It's precisely at that point that experience, caution and moderation saves lives.... since it takes a lack of experience to not to realize that, the process can become circular.

Those with experience share a common threshold though and they share it regardless of political affiliation, they can all agree on what they don't want... a virtue now sadly lacking IMO. There is an old African proverb that asserts "experience is never gained until after it is required." This was that.

Good video... thanks.

 

 

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Any surprise that our protesting pastor was part of the problem and unwilling to admit(prior to the training) that the cops are a very, very small part of the overall problem. The supposed victims and community are by far the biggest part of the problem.

 

Along with their appeasers on the left.

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$180,000 worth of vandalism done at Edmonton’s Foote Field

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By Caley Ramsay Global News
Posted September 17, 2020 1:35 pm
Edmonton police say $180,000 worth of damage was done to the Foote Field sports dome on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020.
Edmonton police say $180,000 worth of damage was done to the Foote Field sports dome on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020. Courtesy, Edmonton police
 

Edmonton police are investigating after $180,000 worth of damage was done to the Foote Field sports dome.

At around 10:35 p.m. Sunday, police said a man climbed over the rail on the west side of Foote Field and slashed the side of the fabric sports dome. Police believe the man slashed the dome in several places as he walked alongside the structure.

The suspect is described as a man with a thin to medium build with light brown or dirty-blonde hair. He’s between five-foot-eight and six-feet tall. He was wearing black pants, a black jacket, black hoodie and sneakers at the time of the crime, police said.

A surveillance picture provided by police also appeared to show the suspect wearing a mask.

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Edmonton police search for a suspect after $180,000 worth of damage was done to the Foote Field sports dome.
Edmonton police search for a suspect after $180,000 worth of damage was done to the Foote Field sports dome. Courtesy, Edmonton police

Foote Field is part of the University of Alberta’s south campus, located in the area of 116 Street and 68 Avenue.

Anyone with information about the vandalism is asked to contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online.

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On 9/16/2020 at 2:37 PM, mo32a said:

Profligate protester given use of force training

 

While it is likely necessary, targeting the center mass of the individual almost always leads to death.  It is more difficult to target an extremity or something less critical but it would lead to incapacitation and unlikely to lead to death.

Ask anyone whoo has actually been shot(I have asked).  wheather it is the hand, arm, shoulder, leg, anything you will not be able to fight back at that point.  It is not like the movies.  you are in extreme pain and for all intents and purposes, incapacitated.

I realize that under stress it is a difficult shot to make but no one even tries.  Its shoot to kill not shoot to stop.

 

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Police operation underway south of Montreal related to ricin sent to White House

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Published Monday, September 21, 2020 11:28AM EDT
 
 

OTTAWA -- An investigation is underway this morning in St-Hubert, Que. after a woman allegedly sent a poisonous substance in a letter addressed to U.S. President Donald Trump.

The RCMP say a police operation is ongoing at Vauquelin Boulevard, a residential street located south of Montreal.

Authorities have said the letter was intercepted after being sent to Washington from Canada.

The woman will face federal charges in the U.S. and is expected to appear in court later this afternoon in Buffalo, New York.

This is a breaking news update. More details to come.

Ongoing police operation on Vauquelin blvd in St-Hubert, related to the contaminated letter sent to the White House. More details to come. A media relations officer is on site to answer

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24 arrested after protesters clash with police in Portland

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Posted September 29, 2020 1:00 pm
 Updated September 29, 2020 1:01 pm   https://globalnews.ca/news/7366140/24-arrested-portland-protest/
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Warning: This video contains violent content. Discretion advised. WATCH: Portland protests: Police arrest more than 20 demonstrators overnight

Oreganss largest city late Monday, with demonstrators hurling rocks, punching a police sergeant in the face and spraying a chemical irritant at officers, police said in a statement. Twenty four people were arrested.

The demonstration with about 150 protesters took place outside a police union building that has turned into a frequent protest site, police said in the statement issued Friday.

The protesters with makeshift shields gathered earlier for their demonstration in a park and officers moved in to take away the shields, police said.

A scuffle happened when officers tried to seize a sign that said “vote,” multiple videos from the scene showed, and police also used pepper spray, The Oregonian/Oregonian Live reported.

 

Police in their statement called the protesters’ walk from the park to the union building a “planned un-permitted march.”

Most of those detained amid clashes were arrested on suspicion of interfering with a police officer and disorderly conduct. The officer who was punched in the face was taken to a hospital for medical treatment, the police statement said.

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Proud Boys supporters rally in Portland

Portland has been gripped by nightly protests for more than three months since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The demonstrations, often violent, have targeted police buildings and federal buildings.

Some protesters have called for reductions in police budgets while the city’s Democratic mayor and some in the Black community have decried the violence, calling it counterproductive.

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