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  • Father who punched a drug dealer he saw attacking a terrified woman is jailed for six years

    02/10/2014 11:34:25 AM PST · by Teotwawki · 46 replies
    Daily Mail Online ^ | February 10, 2014 | Lizzie Edmonds
    A father who punched a drug dealer after seeing him attack a vulnerable woman in the street has been jailed - but the pusher won't be prosecuted because he was so badly hurt. Father-of-one Carl Neale, 23, floored the dealer with a single punch after shouting at him to stop hitting the terrified woman....[snip]...Neale, also from Nuneaton, was jailed for six years on Friday after Coventry Crown Court heard the drug dealer had been left fighting for his life.
  • Drug dealer slain after bragging about $125K stop-frisk court win

    01/23/2014 2:55:17 AM PST · by Libloather · 28 replies
    NY Post ^ | 1/22/14 | Kirstan Conley, Larry Celona
    A drug-dealer who successfully scored a $125,000 stop and frisk settlement was shot and killed by a robber on Staten Island Tuesday night after bragging about the windfall, sources said. Kenrick Gray, 34, was brutally blasted in the head around 6:15 p.m. outside 140 Park Hill Avenue in Stapleton after flaunting his riches in recent months, police said. His pal, Noland Whistleton, 41, was also fatally shot in the leg and torso during the botched robbery, cops said. Police collared suspect Darren Brown, 27, cowering in the shower of his girlfriend’s Staten Island home Wednesday afternoon in connection with the...
  • Multiple suspensions paint complicated portrait of Trayvon Martin

    03/26/2012 8:49:40 PM PDT · by Nachum · 131 replies · 585+ views
    <p>So just what was his punk-ass doing in that neighborhood that night at that hour? Is George Zimmerman actually a hero?</p> <p>Excerpted from MiamiHerald – SANFORD — Miami Gardens teenager Trayvon Martin was suspended from school in October in an incident in which he was found in possession of women’s jewelry and a screwdriver that a schools security staffer described as a “burglary tool,” The Miami Herald has learned.</p>
  • Was Trayvon Martin a Drug Dealer?

    03/25/2012 7:17:09 PM PDT · by Nachum · 224 replies · 44+ views
    Wagist ^ | 3/25/12 | Dan Linehan
    Above is the iconic picture we’ve been become accustomed to seeing everywhere in the media, used to represent the recent Trayvon Martin shooting in Sanford, Florida. From everything the public has been told, Trayvon Martin was a fresh-faced, innocent looking teenager and the visage of the man who shot him, George Zimmerman, is right out of a booking photo. The media narrative being sold is quite clear, Trayvon Martin is the innocent victim here and George Zimmerman is a horrible bigot who attacked the young man for doing nothing more than buying skittles while being black. Even Barack Obama seems...
  • Appeals court tosses orders barring illegal gun sales by out-of-state dealers(NY)

    05/05/2011 5:51:45 AM PDT · by marktwain · 10 replies
    nypost.com ^ | 4 May, 2011 | BRUCE GOLDING
    A Manhattan appeals court today shot down orders that imposed outside monitoring on two out-of-state gun dealers accused of having "New Yorkers' blood on their hands." The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals said "several portions" of the 2009 injunctions against Mickalis Pawn Shop and Adventure Outdoors were "insufficiently specific or overbroad" and ordered "further proceedings" to make them comply with federal rules. The decision noted that the Brooklyn federal court orders prohibit not only illegal "straw purchases" of firearms, "but other, unidentified types of sales practices as well." "An injunction is overbroad when it seeks to restrain the defendants...
  • Thailand extradites alleged arms dealer (to the US)

    11/16/2010 2:48:59 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 3 replies
    A notorious arms dealer who has been the subject of an extended diplomatic tug of war between the United States and Russia has been extradited from Thailand aboard a US government jet. Viktor Bout is a former Soviet air force pilot and alleged KGB agent, who is accused of running arms into just about every major armed conflict and insurrection - from Sierra Leone to Afghanistan - for the past 20 years. The burly Russian's luck ran out when he was caught in a sting operation by US agents posing as guerillas from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (FARC)....
  • POLITICAL INSIDER: Pawlenty: DC like 'drug dealer'

    09/03/2010 8:21:31 PM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 1 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 9-3-10 | phil elliot-AP
    WASHINGTON (AP)—Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is likening the federal government to a drug dealer. In an interview Thursday with Fox News' "Your World With Neil Cavuto," Pawlenty defended his order that seeks to limit his state's participation in the new health care overhaul law that makes available funds for states to try new medical models. The potential 2012 Republican presidential contender said it would be wrong to take the money. "Instead of all just running around saying, 'We'll take the money because it's free money,' let's call it what it is: The federal government is basically a drug dealer trying...
  • POLITICAL INSIDER: Pawlenty: DC like 'drug dealer'

    09/03/2010 8:02:11 PM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 2 replies
    sun news ^ | 9-3-10 | PHILIP ELLIOTT
    WASHINGTON -- Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is likening the federal government to a drug dealer. In an interview Thursday with Fox News' "Your World With Neil Cavuto," Pawlenty defended his order that seeks to limit his state's participation in the new health care overhaul law that makes available funds for states to try new medical models. The potential 2012 Republican presidential contender said it would be wrong to take the money. "Instead of all just running around saying, 'We'll take the money because it's free money,' let's call it what it is: The federal government is basically a drug dealer...
  • Chrysler Bankruptcy, case of judicial fraud? Dealership Attorneys to appeal Motion denial

    02/08/2010 3:52:56 PM PST · by Danae · 8 replies · 1,088+ views
    Examiner.com ^ | 2-8-2010 | Dianna Cotter
    Friday Feb 5th, Judge Gonzalez of the Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York, in the Chrysler Bankruptcy case denied a Motion brought on behalf of over 70 of the former Chrysler Dealers to overturn the Rejection Order which stripped them of their franchises in the spring of 2009. Led by Island Jeep’s James Anderer of New York, the dealers Motion would have reversed the decision which stripped 789 dealers, including Timberline Chrysler Dodge of Portland Or., of their franchise contracts during the bankruptcy and sale of Chrysler to Fiat. Anderer's argument rests primarily upon the fact that...
  • Millard deputy killed by man who sold drugs to her brother, police say (illegal kills mother of two)

    01/06/2010 11:32:53 AM PST · by Vigilanteman · 13 replies · 1,003+ views
    Deseret News ^ | Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 12:42 a.m. MST | Geoff Liesik
    DELTA — A Millard County sheriff's deputy was shot and killed early Tuesday by a man who had sold drugs to the deputy's brother just minutes before, investigators say. Deputy Josie Greathouse Fox was shot, apparently without warning, during a traffic stop about 1 a.m. She was the second female officer in Utah history to be killed in the line of duty. The shooting sparked a massive manhunt over several counties for at least two people wanted in connection with the slaying. Roberto Miramontes Roman, 37, was charged just 10 hours after the shooting with aggravated murder, a capital felony,...
  • Truck dealer offers choice of gun with vehicle

    10/23/2009 7:21:34 PM PDT · by hoosierham · 11 replies · 536+ views
    A local auto dealer announces opening of "truck season:! This is great news to see another business actually promoting the American hunting tradition.Tom Iepe of Milan.Indiana offers a voucher redeemable at sporting goods stores with purchase of American-made truck.
  • Marhofer closing in Stow is a "shock' Owner: Dealership having "exceptional' year in vehicle sales

    08/06/2009 8:21:32 AM PDT · by mom4melody · 36 replies · 1,937+ views
    Record Publishing ^ | 8/6/2009 | Mike Lesko
    Recordpub.com Marhofer closing in Stow is a "shock' Owner: Dealership having "exceptional' year in vehicle sales By Mike Lesko Stow Sentry Associate Editor STOW — Ron Marhofer could not believe his eyes. “I read it two or three times. I was shocked and surprised,” he said Wednesday, after being informed in a letter by General Motors that Marhofer Chevrolet in Stow would lose its Chevrolet franchise next year. Marhofer said the letter is confidential, but it said GM would not renew his franchise agreement as of October 2010. The company has been in business in Stow since 1933 and is...
  • Dresdner withdraws as primary dealer for Fed

    06/26/2009 10:25:57 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 8 replies · 455+ views
    Market Watch ^ | 06/26/09 | Deborah Levine
    Dresdner withdraws as primary dealer for Fed NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Dresdner Kleinwort Securities has withdrawn from the Federal Reserve's primary U.S. government security dealers, the U.S. central bank said Friday. The change, effective after business closes, brings the number of dealers back down to 16, after Jefferies & Co. joined last week. Dealers trade directly with the Fed and are required to bid at Treasury auctions. The last firm to drop out was Nomura Securities International, a division of Nomura , in late 2007.
  • Veteran Pa. elem teacher arrested on drug charge

    01/11/2009 9:47:28 AM PST · by Palladin · 44 replies · 1,652+ views
    ABC-TV ^ | January 11, 2009 | AP
    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Police in central Pennsylvania say they have arrested a veteran elementary school teacher and seized 72 pounds of marijuana from her home. Police in Williamsport, Pa., say they arrested 52-year-old Beth Camp on Friday along with her husband and son and charged them with possession with intent to deliver and other counts. Police estimated the marijuana was worth $350,000. School officials say Camp has taught in the Williamsport Area School District for nearly 25 years. Information from: Williamsport Sun-Gazette, http://www.sungazette.com
  • Car dealer helps deployed military (Jim Click of Tucson, Arizona)

    01/09/2008 7:10:44 PM PST · by SandRat · 31 replies · 444+ views
    KVOA.com ^ | Sandy Rathbun
    A Tucson car dealer is reaching out to help military men and women deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. This morning Hailey Peck picked up her car at Jim Click Nissan. She's glad to be back on the road again. Last month her car quit running outside her church. Peck says she had to leave it parked there for months. She says, "We didn't really have the money to repair the car yet. We just needed a few extra paychecks." This mother of two says money's been tight since her husband got deployed to Afghanistan 22 months ago. Enter Click Nissan....
  • Friends Reunited: Drug Dealer Haunts Obama

    04/04/2007 8:13:43 PM PDT · by blam · 22 replies · 992+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 4-5-2007 | Toby Harnden
    Friends reunited: drug dealer haunts Obama By Toby Harnden in Washington Last Updated: 2:05am BST 05/04/2007 As two of just a handful of mixed-race pupils at their elite private school in Hawaii, "Barry" and "Ray" were drawn together. They played basketball, went to "black parties" and discussed each other's hopes and frustrations. Thirty years later, "Barry" is Senator Barack Obama, 45. Barack Obama [left] and Keith Kakugawa Happily married, the author of two books and very possibly on track to become America's first black president, he has the world at his feet. His background as the son of a white...
  • Dishwasher gets cleaned

    01/31/2007 1:12:31 PM PST · by primeval patriot · 286 replies · 4,307+ views
    PalmBeachPost.com ^ | January 31, 2007 | Editorial
    U.S. District Judge James Cohn has forced a Guatemalan dishwasher to surrender nearly all his life savings to the government because he didn't sign a declaration form before trying to board an airplane. Pedro Zapeta of Stuart had $59,000 in his bag when Customs agents searched it and confiscated the money at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Sept. 18, 2005. Mr. Zapeta, a 39-year-old Mayan whose native language is Quiche, has said that he was unaware of the requirement to disclose amounts greater than $10,000. On Monday, Judge Cohn ruled that the $10,000 was all that Mr. Zapeta could...
  • Alamance dealer plans to sell 13th Amendment original (signed by President Abraham Lincoln)

    03/22/2006 3:54:13 PM PST · by Libloather · 7 replies · 462+ views
    Alamance dealer plans to sell 13th Amendment originalThe Associated Press BURLINGTON, N.C. Published on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 An Alamance County dealer plans to auction one of 13 known original versions of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery in the United States, at the end of the month. The document will be displayed at the Times-News building this week and will be in an online auction March 30, according to Raynors Historical Collectible Auctions. Bob Raynor, president of the company, said the document has a potential value of $750,000 to $1 million. The amendment was approved Feb. 1, 1865, by...
  • US Policy Options for Iran

    07/18/2005 7:37:31 AM PDT · by humint · 14 replies · 1,081+ views
    http://www.iranpolicy.org ^ | 30, June 2005 | Iran Policy Committee
    U.S. Policy Options for Iran: Sham Elections, Disinformation Campaign, Human Rights Abuses, and Regime Change Excerpt from Executive Summary While the Bush administration has been reluctant to adopt an unambiguous policy of regime change for Iran, the outcome of the Iranian electoral process, disinformation campaign, and violations of human rights require adoption of an explicit regime change policy for Iran.  An ambiguous American policy was somewhat effective prior to the June 2005 Iranian elections. That policy allowed Washington to support the European diplomatic initiative toward Iran without fear of being blamed for sabotaging negotiations by threatening the regime’s existence....
  • Cali cartel leader, brother reportedly offer deal to feds

    01/10/2005 10:16:59 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 315+ views
    The Miami Herald ^ | Jan. 10, 2005 | Elaine de la Valle and Jay Weaver
    A Cali cartel leader in detention in Miami and his brother -- who is awaiting extradition to the United States -- are offering federal prosecutors a deal: Leave our relatives alone and we'll plead guilty. In exchange they are also offering new information they claim to have about unsolved murders in Colombia and corrupt judges, lawyers and government officials. The offer was published Sunday in the Colombian magazine Semana. The article -- online at www.semana.com.co -- cited a five-page letter sent Dec. 7 to U.S. Attorney Marcos Jiménez in Miami by an attorney for drug lord Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela, who...
  • Father's Lesson About Drugs Backfires

    11/28/2004 9:04:33 AM PST · by XXXXX88XXXXX · 6 replies · 749+ views
    1010 WINS-AM New York ^ | Nov 28, 2004 | Not indicated
    NEWARK - A father's attempt to teach his daughter a lesson about abusing alcohol backfired when the teen led authorities to a stash of drugs and illegal weapons inside his house. Police arrested Kevin Winston, 46, early Friday morning on numerous weapons and drug charges, including possession with the intent to distribute and drug possession within 1,000 feet of a school. He was being held at the Essex County Jail. ``He called us on her and ended up getting locked up himself,'' said Newark Police Director Anthony Ambrose. The incident began at 2:45 a.m. Friday when the 16-year-old came home...
  • ury recommends death penalty for drug dealer Dustin Honken

    10/27/2004 6:42:02 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 3 replies · 380+ views
    sioux city journal ^ | 10-27-04 | ap
    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Jurors on Wednesday chose the death penalty for drug dealer Dustin Honkenin the execution-style slayings of two children who were among five people killed in 1993 to protect his drug business. The jury deliberated for 14 hours over three days before deciding on the death penalty for Honken,already serving a 27-year term on a 1996 federal drug conviction. The jury was unable to agree on the death penalty in the deaths of the adults, instead recommending that Honken serve life in prison. Honken was convicted earlier this month of killing Greg Nicholson on July 25,...
  • Bond revoked for former Elkhart official(drug cop moonlights as drug dealer)

    09/20/2004 2:24:07 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 1 replies · 317+ views
    09/17/2004
    A judge has revoked the bond of Larry Towns, the former head of the Elkhart County Drug Task Force, because he failed to show up for a hearing. Towns was indicted in May on 13 counts, including felony theft and misdemeanor charges of official misconduct and criminal conversion. He was to have appeared at a hearing on Friday. Towns is accused of stealing a gun, drugs and $9,000 while he was head of the task force. He is also accused of failing to turn over records to his successor in a timely manner. Towns took the job in 1999, when...
  • 80-year-old man faces crack-dealing charges

    01/29/2004 9:56:29 AM PST · by ClintonBeGone · 14 replies · 279+ views
    The Grand Rapids Press ^ | January 29, 2004 | Ken Kolker
    The 80-year-old grandfather slowly made his way up to the judge, with gray, thinning hair, a gray beard, deep wrinkles and stiff joints -- the oldest man to walk into a Grand Rapids courtroom charged as a crack dealer. Curtis Beeks Sr. is facing felony charges of delivering crack cocaine and maintaining a drug house after vice officers raided his family's Southeast Side home. He is the oldest drug dealer arrested in the city since crack moved into Grand Rapids in the late 1980s, perhaps the oldest ever, said vice unit leader, Lt. Richard Nawrocki. "How the drug business has...
  • Drug Dealer Gets Life; Ashcroft Sought Death

    12/23/2003 3:57:01 AM PST · by Libloather · 4 replies · 202+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 12/22/03 | Tom Hays
    Dealer Gets Life; Ashcroft Sought Death Mon Dec 22, 9:31 PM ET By TOM HAYS, Associated Press Writer NEW YORK - A drug dealer convicted of killing a witness received a life sentence on Monday in a case that drew attention after U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft pushed for the death penalty. The jury deadlocked on executing Emile Dixon, a 33-year-old drug gang leader, automatically putting him behind bars for life without parole. Dixon had no visible reaction. The same jury earlier this month found Dixon guilty of murder and drug conspiracy in the trial's first phase. A racketeering indictment...
  • Williams' Sister Sitting With Drug dealer

    09/16/2003 6:35:43 AM PDT · by blam · 36 replies · 530+ views
    Ananova ^ | 9-16-2003
    Williams' sister was sitting with drug dealer Police investigating the murder of Venus and Serena Williams' older sister believe a gang feud or a drug dispute might have led to the death of the 31-year-old. Aaron Michael Hammer, 24, was held without bail after being booked for investigation of murder. As many as four others were being sought for questioning, Los Angeles investigators said. Hammer has ties to a street gang although he is not a member, police said. He also has been convicted on counts of cheque forgery and commercial burglary. Yetunde Price, 31, was shot in the chest...
  • Dope-Seeking Teens Call Cops by Mistake (D'oh!)

    09/08/2003 7:08:22 AM PDT · by bedolido · 47 replies · 352+ views
    NW Cable News ^ | 09/08/03 | Staff Writer
    AUSTIN, Minn. (AP) -- Two teens accused of searching for a marijuana dealer dialed the ultimate wrong number - they called the Mower County Sheriff's cell phone. Sheriff Terese Amazi's cell phone rang around noon on Friday. The caller said she wanted a bag of marijuana. After Amazi said she was the sheriff, the caller said, "I'm sorry," and hung up. A few minutes later, the phone rang again. This time, Amazi let a deputy answer. The caller again asked for a bag of marijuana, and the deputy - who called himself "Dupe" on the phone - arranged for a...
  • Complex Global Web Had Arms Dealer Trapped From The Very Beginning

    08/13/2003 7:19:18 PM PDT · by blam · 1 replies · 167+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 8-14-2003 | Jukian Borger/Nick Paton Walsh
    Complex global web had arms dealer trapped from the very beginning Import-export trader out of his depth as intelligence agencies closed in Julian Borger in Newark and Nick Paton Walsh in Moscow Thursday August 14, 2003 Hemant Lakhani was in trouble from the moment he began talking to his American contact in December 2001. This was someone he could talk comfortably with in Urdu and Hindi and someone he clearly thought he could trust. But in the charge sheet presented against the London businessman which was published yesterday, his contact was identified as a "cooperating witness" - or CW -...
  • Man arrested for murder, dismemberment

    11/18/2002 12:48:44 PM PST · by Ku Commando · 3 replies · 189+ views
    WBBH-TV2 Ft. Myers, FL ^ | 11/18/2002 | nbc2 news
    Man arrested for murder, dismemberment LEE COUNTY, November 18, 2002 — Deputies have arrested a Lehigh Acres man for the murder of 35-year-old Oscar Melendez Tolbert, whose dismembered body was discovered by workers at a Fort Myers recycling center on Friday.William Andrew Ware, 45, of 1004 Arthur Avenue South, was taken into custody Monday on charges of First Degree Murder. Investigators were called to Florida Recycling Services on Arcadia Street Friday afternoon when workers sifting through plastic bags of yard waste found body parts in one of the bags READ THE REST HERE Picture of perp Picture of "Victim" (dealer)
  • Just say no: Ithaca School Hires Cocaine-Dealing Ex-Convict

    08/09/2002 5:00:44 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 18 replies · 515+ views
    Cornell Review ^ | 5/1/2002 | Joseph Sabia
    Two members of the Ithaca City School District(ISCD) Board of Education recently committed an unspeakable offense against political correctness. Henry Kramer and Arthur Berkey dared to oppose the reappointment of a convicted felon to a coaching position in the school district. Sounds like a reasonable point of view, right? Well, think again. You see, the convicted felon is a black liberal. That means that the benefits of his “diversity” far outweigh the costs of his having spent time in the hoosegow. The felon in question is Gary Hunter, a man who has actually been working in the district as a...
  • Sharpton files $1 billion libel suit against HBO

    07/25/2002 6:08:06 AM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 37 replies · 237+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | 7/24/02 | GUNNA DICKSON
    <p>NEW YORK - The Rev. Al Sharpton on Wednesday filed a $1 billion libel lawsuit against the HBO cable TV network for airing a FBI videotape of him being approached about a cocaine deal.</p> <p>The lawsuit alleged "defamation, libel and slander," and demanded $500 million in compensatory and $500 million in punitive damages from HBO Inc., HBO Real Sports, AOL-Time Warner, Inc., reporter Bernard Goldberg and ex-mob captain Michael Franzese.</p> <p>HBO is a unit of Time Warner Entertainment, which is jointly owned by AOL Time Warner and AT&T.</p>
  • Anti Israel Sentiment Continues to Snowball

    04/26/2002 9:15:29 AM PDT · by .45MAN · 20 replies · 225+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 04/24/02 | Israel National News
    12:43 Apr-24-02, 12 Iyar 5762 Anti Israel Sentiment Continues to Snowball (IsraelNN.com) A authorized General Motors dealer in Texas, Texas Automotive Export, sent a fax to an Israeli client, Avi Udiz, that the company is unwilling to sell him the parts he was seeking for his Isuzu jeep because at present, they are not dealing with Israelis. The fax stated the response was a decision taken due to Israel’s actions vis-à-vis the PA. The fax was signed by company representative John Harris, who called on Udiz to pressure his country to “stop the offensive on the Palestinian people,” adding that...