It's a US presidential election year,
time for GoY to pound the piss out of Gaza again
now clear that Government of Yisrael pulled all of the iJews out of Gaza
in 2005 so that when GoY leveled the place iJews wouldn't be among those
butchered. But what's with choosing US presidential election years for
spikes in their rolling program of Palestinian genocide?
Forward Shield & Rainbow (2004): 75 Gazans, 0 iJews killed
Cast Lead (2008): 1400 Gazans, 13 iJews killed.
Pillar of Cloud (2012): 100 Gazans, 2 iJews killed
Here We Go Again (2016) is just now getting off to a slow start today
Lorain, Ohio pig asks Pele Smith: Who
Wants To Be A Millionaire?!?!?
Lorain, Ohio: Video has been released of
a 2014 incident
where a Lorain, OH pig, who is yet to be identified, is
caught on his own dashcam smashing Pele Smith's face into the windshield so
hard it shatters. YT
Why was Smith stopped? Jay-walking. What color is Smith?
What color is the cop? Let's just say if you're in America and you
have to ask, you've been unconscious for the lasts 300 years. DM
Smith files federal law suit alleging cop-brutality. Cops: "Police
maintain the officer intended to place Smith on the hood of the car
and did not intend to slam him into the windshield. He was later
cleared of any wrongdoing." Only a cracker cop could look at that vid
and conclude that it was an accident and that the pig did nothing
Black ankles matter, too
NYC: Clumsy-ass Dominique Sharpton, who is
Al Sharpton's daughter, claims she stepped in
pot hole in NYC and now wants $5 million. Never mind that the same night
she went out partying. Eventually she talked to Pappa
and filed a lawsuit against the city. But she wasn't injured so badly she
couldn't dance in high-heels and climb a mountain in Bali. During a
deposition she included in her list of what she wants to be compensated
for the fact that now she
can't run marathons. The lawyer for the city asked if she ever ran a
marathon. No, but you never know . . . And as for climbing the
mountain she whined, "I was in so much pain climbing that mountain."
Poor ole' Dominique, this is her second
personal injury suit in three years. These nuisance suits could be
habit-forming. Put the phone down and watch where you're walking, you
BOLI: if you are a bank-worker, just
hope you don't have this
St.: Last week
I read this excellent article at Wall
Street on Parade about creepy bank-owned life insurance (BOLI)
a new big-bank fad where major banks invest tens of millions of dollars in
life insurance policies on their employees -- not just their execs, but
lower-level employees. The employee dies; the bank collects a million
dollars. This was only one aspect of the article. The major
topic was how young bank employees are dying off at amazing rates.
I'll give you a second to put the two issues together and get
about creeped out, a
couple days later, this CNN
report on the mysterious death of 2 sisters, Ann and Robin
in the Seychelles caught my eye. Ann Korkii was a JPMorgan employee
and Robin was a foreign exchange trader for Chicago firm Allston.
CNN didn't make the connection, but Pam and Russ Martens at WSOP sure
did. They inventoried numerous recent cases of young JPMorgan
employees dying violently and mysteriously.
Dec|2013 ~ John Alan Salais, 34,
JPMorgan IT employee, sudden heart attack
Jan|2014 ~ Gabriel Magee, 39, JPMorgan
VP, alleged suicide jumping off of a JPMorgan building
Feb|2014 ~ Dennis Li, 33, JPMorgan
investment banker, alleged suicide jumping off JPMorgan building
Feb|2014 ~ Ryan Crane, 37, JPMorgan
ExDir, died at home, alleged "alcohol toxicity"
Mar|2014 ~ Kenneth Bellando, 28,
JPMorgan analyst, alleged suicide jumping off a building
May|2014 ~ Thomas James Schenkman, 42,
JPMorgan managing dir., coronary artery disease
Jul|2014 ~ Julian Knott, 45, JPMorgan
tech executive, murder-suicide, wife Alita was 47
Feb|2015 ~ Michael Tabacchi, 27,
JPMorgan worker, murder-suicide, wife Iran Pars
And to this list of sudden
deaths of JPMorgan employees we now add Ann Korkki, 45. What the Martens have failed to do so far is to say
how many, if any of
these cases, the deceased's life was insured by JPMorgan. It
looks like when they tried to get such information in 2014, their
FOIA was dismissed because federal regulators deem the information to be
Beware the manslaughter charge against
Betty Shelby; it's a ruse
Tulsa, OK: Lumpy-ass Betty Shelby, the cop charged
with manslaughter in Tulsa for the murder of Terence Crutcher, has pleaded
not guilty. Shelby has pulled the I-pee'd-my-panties
defense, saying she feared for her life when she shot the black man almost
point-blank in the chest while he had his hands up, killing him with a single shot.
The crime was, arguably, murder and a jury
should be convened to make that decision.
And the reason I say it is that Shelby's gun didn't go off accidentally, she intended it to go
off while she was aiming at Crutcher's chest, and she intended to put a bullet in the
man. The jury should determine
whether she also intended that he should die or whether she had reason to
believe it was probable he would die. I mean . . . she obviously wasn't
aiming at his legs. If this case had been about Crutcher shooting
Shelby in the chest, he sure as hell would have been charged with murder.
But a jury will not hear a murder case because of decisions the DA made. And here's where American "justice" gets nasty.
For, if things in this case go the same way they went in
the case of cretinous Chicago cop Dante Servin in 2015,
all Shelby has to do is testify that she intended to kill Crutcher and she
walks free. That's right: having charged her with the unintentional
crime of manslaughter, the prosecution must prove that Shelby's acted recklessly
with no regard for the risks of hurting Crutcher. And so, now, since there is not a co-pending murder
charge, all she has to do is testify that she actually intended to kill
Crutcher and the manslaughter charge is thrown out. Basically, the
problem getting cops convicted for murdering black people is the judicial and
prosecutorial hocus-pocus used to protect cops.
In the 2015 Servin case, Cook County Judge Dennis Porter
found Servin not guilty of manslaughter because those charges required the act to be unintentional, but when Servin
shot and killed Rekia Boyd he was acting intentionally. Had Servin
been charged w/ murder, the judge figures he would have
convicted the cop because Dante clearly intended to shoot someone
and had every reason to believe he would kill them. Essentially, Porter
let the cop -- a murderer -- walk free because the DA didn't charge him
with a crime that was severe enough, the crime he was actually guilty
of. Here's a description from ThinkProgress
of what Servin actually did that night in
Servin was off duty when he fired the
shots. He encountered a group gathered in an alley while driving through
in his Mercedes sedan. As he drove the wrong way down the alley after an
altercation, he said he thought he saw one of the men reach for a gun
and fired several shots over his shoulder at individuals who had their
backs to Servin. Servin hit 22-year-old Rekia Boyd in the back of the
head, killing her.
As one Chicago defense lawyer said,
the outcome in the Servin case was unusual because the prosecution
"almost always overcharges." Yeah, DAs almost always
overcharge . . . unless the
defendant is a cop.
Here's Porter's opinion just to show you I'm not making this shit up.