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Time To Celebrate

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Don’t quite get it? You should. It’s a freedom thing. A victory thing. A we-will-not-be-dhimmis thing. And a miracle! And so much more! This is a pretty good “in a nutshell” page.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/01/2010 at 08:34 PM   
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cops right on top of things except … woops … oh damn.  they ate the evidence

Oh boy, I just know some of you will have fun with this one. Good way to end the night for me as well.


Bungling police arrive at crime scene… and EAT the evidence

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 6:03 PM on 1st December 2010

Police officers wolfed down pizzas at a crime scene without realising they had been ordered by the very suspects they had been hunting, a court heard.

They bought the two deep pan pizzas at a reduced price from a delivery boy after the gang who ordered them refused to answer the door.

The Old Bailey heard the food had been ordered by the gang from the Hertfordshire house they were holding a drug dealer hostage, in April.

The victim was beaten and bound to a chair and battered across the face with frying pans.

During his ordeal the gang ordered a Domino’s pizza but before the food arrived the victim escaped through a window and raised the alarm at a nearby building site.

Police arrived to find the delivery boy and then ‘ate the evidence’ outside the house.

The following day another officer found the boxes in the boot of the police car.

‘The address was written on the pizza box, together with the time, 5.13pm, and a mobile telephone number,’ said prosecutor Sally Meaking-McLeod.

The empty boxes were seized and produced in court as an exhibit for the jury to examine.

Opening the case, Ms Meaking-McLeod said: ‘Because the pizza delivery man could not deliver the pizzas, the police who were at the scene did not realise the significant potential of this evidence so they offered to buy the pizzas at a reduced rate for themselves and ate them, putting the boxes in the back of a police car.

‘It was only subsequently that the pizza boxes were found in the back of a police car and a phone number was found on one of them and it came to light that the officers had eaten the evidence.’

The court heard the attackers, including Anthony Costello, 42, and Darren Barker, 35, fled before the delivery boy and police arrived.

They are alleged to have stolen the victim’s £5,000 watch, £150 cash, his mobile phone and keys to his Mercedes CLK parked outside. The Mercedes was found abandoned in Borehamwood in May.

The attack was arranged by a drug dealer, known only as CJ, who believed the victim was moving into his territory in Hertford and Watford, The court heard that Costello claimed the man was his crack cocaine and heroin dealer.

a fraction more to read HERE


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2010 at 02:01 PM   
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ho-hum. just another day in the life of burka wearing robbers but don’t criticize facial coverings

This isn’t the first robbery of this sort. The big surprise is that it hasn’t happened more often. You would think it might.
Of course, calling for a ban on total face covering in public places in a country it isn’t native to is islamophobic - racist and just bad manners as exhibited by the native population, who had not before the great invasion of this very foreign presence been exposed much to it.  Silly Brits, thinking this was actually their country in which they had a right to determine what is appropriate in public.  Now whatever gave em that idea?

Man dressed in burka robs jewellers

The Manchester Evening News

A gang led by a man dressed in traditional Islamic attire stole thousands of pounds worth of jewellery during a raid.

It happened at the Jadee Jewellers store on Rochdale Road, Bury, at about 4.30pm on Monday 22 November 2010.

The man approached the shop dressed in a burka and hijab and believing he was friendly and a legitimate customer, the owner opened the shop door.

At this point, four other members of the gang burst through the open door brandishing a silver metal hammer and a baseball bat, while the man in the Islamic clothing produced a machete.

The men smashed numerous glass display cabinets and stole thousands of pounds worth of 22ct gold jewellery, including necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

The shop owner tried to scare them off by swinging a hockey stick and eventually the gang fled into a dark coloured car, believed to be an Audi.

Police are now appealing to anyone who has information about the robbery to come forward.

The man carrying the baseball bat was black, about 6ft 2in tall, in his early 30s and of a skinny build. The man with the hammer was white, about 5ft 6in tall, in his early to mid-30s and had shaved hair.

The thief in the burkha and hijab was said to be Asian, about 5ft 9in tall, in his early 30s and of a medium build.

Detective Inspector Victoria Shaw said: “The ruse used to gain entry to this jewellery store not only shows a level of detailed planning but also incredible disrespect.

“It is clear this was a determined gang of robbers who need to be locked up.

“I therefore want the public to assist us with our investigation and to help us uncover their identities. The owner of the store has been through a traumatic ordeal and has seen his livelihood threatened in the most violent way, so he deserves to see these people caught and sent to jail.

“In particular, I want people to be on their guard if offered traditional pieces of Islamic jewellery from anyone other than a licensed dealer, as these men might seek to make a quick profit and sell the pieces on.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2010 at 11:56 AM   
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A Gross Miscarriage of Justice

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The Brian Aitken story bubbled up on Drudge yesterday, so lots of people are talking about it. It’s been going on for some time now, and it’s pretty disgusting. I’ve spent all morning reading every post and every comment I can find on the situation, and it stinks.

Brian Aitken was wrongfully arrested and wrongfully charged with firearms violations by the wonderful state of New Jersey. He was then subjected to more than a year and half of pressure to accept a lesser guilty plea by an overzealous DA. He refused, and went to trial. The trial was rigged: the judge, who is now off the bench, and who has some damn strange views (ie that an adult female teacher is not a sex predator when she seduces 16 year old boys, and that no crime is committed when an plainclothes policeman has repeated, videotaped, “oral sex” with cattle. That same cop is also accused of being a serial child rapist and is currently pending 48 other charges.) created a kangaroo court by suppressing evidence and repeatedly evading the jury’s request to hear the fine points of certain laws during their deliberation ... with the result that Mr. Aitken has been sent to jail for 7 years for the terrible crime of illegally possessing a couple of handguns he legally possessed, and for illegally transporting them in his car while moving from one home to another by complying completely with the New Jersey law. And also for illegally possessing hollow point ammunition, which is entirely legal to possess in New Jersey.

This is an absolute Nazi-level travesty of “justice” and indirectly points out just how blatantly unconstitutional New Jersey’s gun laws are*.

Please read all about it, have your RCOB moment, then email NJ’s wonderful governor and ask that this man be pardoned, given clemency, and have the conviction expunged.

overview from philly.com.

overview from Examiner.com.

The story from a Libertarian web site.

More at the Brian Aitkens web site.

Evan Nappen’s highlights of the facts and improprieties. Nappen is the best firearms lawyer in NJ, period.

NJ Assemblyman Carroll writes Governor Christie asking for a pardon for Aitkens.

The former judge cries Boo Hoo that the Governor didn’t reappoint him.

Too “busy” to follow the links? Here’s the story in really short form:

Get mad. Then get writing. Or calling. Politely of course. Governor Christie needs to hear from you. And in a non-threatening, non-terrorist way. And help spread the word. While Christie certainly is a fiscal Conservative, he has not yet been a strong 2A supporter. Maybe a flood of letters and emails can help change his mind?

* In NJ, all firearms are illegal. Period. Even the ones that the citizens have state issued Firearms ID cards and purchase permits for. It does not matter. NJ law ASSUMES GUILT and forces the gun owner to prove innocence (ie legal possession) based on a very small set of situational exceptions. It was one of these exceptions - moving your belongings from one abode to another - that the jury requested, and was denied by the judge, 3 times during their deliberations. In NJ, thanks to efforts by former Governor and rabid anti-gun elitist Goldman Sachs zealot “seat belts” Jon Corzine, “illegal” possession of a firearm carries the same penalty as using one in the commission of a felony. There is no Second Amendment in NJ, Heller and McDonald be damned.

NJ still has the “voluntary firearms registration” form that allows people who already own guns who are moving (or bringing them) to NJ to register them IF THEY CHOSE TO DO SO. So if the act of registration is voluntary, how can someone moving their legally owned guns to NJ be convicted of illegal possession? Forget moving, if it is indeed voluntary, and the owner voluntarily decides not to volunteer, how can any firearm legally purchased out of state be illegally possessed?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/01/2010 at 11:47 AM   
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when arabs suggest something that makes sense and is correct, why don’t we listen?

It was yesterday or the day before but who’s counting, when I went off the rails and ranted about the WikiLeaks. Don’t get me wrong now. I’d still love to see that Assange creep as well as the fag private in a hole somewhere in the Ca. desert. Preferably buried and alive.  You could say with some justification that I am not a fan of either. Here come the “but.”
I am beginning to wonder if even with all the embarrassment and the problems the leaks will cause, and they already have, I am beginning to wonder if we were done a favor. Unintended to be certain, but perhaps a favor nonetheless.  And that will only depend on the American people of course.

Opening today’s papers and reading more on the subject, I was surprised to find that our country (USA) was actually getting damn good advice from the Arabs. From muslims.  Now it’s true the advice would also serve their own particular interests but so what?  Don’t all countries try their best (ok, not all the time) to look after their own interests?  Sure they do.  Not as much in the west of course what with political correctness and the left running the show. And anyway, if our interests and their interests happen to run together, why not co-operate?

The Arabs who tried to have us see reason were right.  We were wrong. It’s a black and white issue with me.
If you weren’t aware of this before now, some of you might agree.  I know you would because over the past year or more, our regulars have been commenting and suggesting much of what the Arabs have. 

See for yourself.

WikiLeaks: Kuwait wanted Gitmo detainees to be ‘killed in combat’

The Kuwaiti government privately urged the Americans to return Guantánamo detainees to Afghanistan so they could be “killed in combat”.

A leaked diplomatic cable discloses that the Kuwaiti interior minister resisted US pressure for the country to establish a “rehabilitation centre” for terror suspects, saying that they were “rotten” and “the best thing to do is get rid of them”.

The hardline view emerged in a private meeting between US and Kuwaiti officials in February 2009.

During the meeting, the US ambassador suggested that Kuwait follow Saudi Arabia’s example and attempt to rehabilitate terrorist suspects.

Shaykh Jaber al-Khalid Al Sabah, the Kuwaiti interior minister, is said to have replied: “I can talk to you into next week about building a rehabilitation centre, but it won’t happen. We are not Saudi Arabia; we cannot isolate these people in desert camps or anywhere on an island. We cannot compel them to stay. If they are rotten, they are rotten and the best thing to do is get rid of them.

“You picked them up in Afghanistan; you should drop them off in Afghanistan, in the middle of the war zone.”

The officials also discussed the plight of a Kuwaiti suspect who had been returned to Kuwait by the Americans. The cable states: “Kuwait’s record had been tarnished by the example of former GTMO [Guantánamo] detainee al-Ajmi, who’d allegedly blown himself up in Mosul [in Iraq] following his release to the Kuwaiti authorities.”

The UK Government has agreed to pay millions of pounds in compensation to British citizens who were released from Guantánamo.

Kuwaiti officials also advocated allowing drug smugglers caught off the coast to drown. “God wished to punish them for smuggling drugs by drowning them,” the minister said, allegedly “smiling broadly”.

The above remark by the official was in response to the rescue by an American naval vessel of a couple of Iranian drug smugglers.  And he was right. Again.

SOURCE FOR ARABS ARE RIGHT


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2010 at 09:31 AM   
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mother who saved suicidal woman from leaping off bridge is slapped with £60 parking fine

I saw a moonbat story in the papers today and immediately thought, I have to post.  So I booted earlier then usual only to find my hunt for the story a wild goose chase as it isn’t on line so far.  However, I found something even more moonbatty that wasn’t in the papers. Maybe what I did find on line will be there tomorrow. Anyway ... take a look at this. Talk about unreasonable.  Can’t people make allowances for extenuating circumstances?  Guess not.
We found that out 6 yrs ago trying to talk to American immigration.  Extenuating circumstances be damned seems to be a world attitude among bureaucrats.

Mother who saved suicidal woman from leaping off bridge is slapped with £60 parking fine (and loses her appeal)

By Daily Mail Reporter

A mother-of-two who saved a suicidal woman from jumping off a bridge was hit with a parking fine of £60 after she was late returning to her car.

Cathryn James was out shopping in Swansea when she rushed to help a woman who was threatening to jump into the river.

Mrs James narrowly avoided being pulled into the water herself as she talked to the woman, keeping her safe until the authorities took over.

When she returned to her car she found she had been issued with a ticket for overstaying the three hour waiting limit by 22 minutes.

Mrs James appealed against the fine, even supplying a letter from police praising her courage, but she was told she still had to pay.

The 36-year-old told The Sun: ‘If she had gone she would have pulled me with her. The last thing on my mind was my pay-and-display ticket.’

Excel Parking had refused her appeal, claiming there were ‘insufficient reasons’ to waive the fine, following the drama on September 21.

Mrs James said: ‘I’d like to know what you have to do to prove you had a good reason to be delayed.’

But since the story featured in the press, the company has now backed down and agreed to drop the fine.

A spokesman said: ‘In light of the evidence of Ms James’ bravery… we are more than happy to cancel the ticket on this occasion.’

Sure, once the story gets public attention and they’re embarrassed by their own dogged stubbornness and mean spirit, they cave in.
Typical.
Anyway, good for her.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2010 at 08:14 AM   
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