[NYPOST] A Florida woman was busted for allegedly skinny-dipping in a stranger’s pool Monday, a report said.The 69-year-old homeowner, James Clark, called 911 after he discovered the naked swimmer, Heather Kennedy, 42, in his pool after he returned home from a doctor’s appointment, according to an arrest report obtained by the Smoking Gun.
When police arrived, Kennedy, who lives about two miles from Clark’s Port Charlotte home, initially refused to leave the water, the report said.
Once Kennedy finally got out of the pool, police said, she struggled with officers who tried to handcuff her.
The woman was charged with trespassing and resisting without violence, the report said.
[PAGESIX] Federal prosecutors in New York on Friday detailed a string of new accusations of sexual assault and bribery against R. Kelly going back 30 years, including how the disgraced R&B singer allegedly abused a teenage boy in 2006.
In a lengthy court filing, the prosecutors asked a judge for permission to admit what they said was evidence of the sickening allegations — for which Kelly has not been charged — at his upcoming sex-trafficking trial in Brooklyn.
The uncharged acts are "directly relevant to and inextricably intertwined with the evidence of the charged crimes," the prosecutors argued in the motion.
The filing alleges that in 2006, Kelly sexually abused a 17-year-old boy, named only as John Doe #1, after meeting him at a McDonalds in reliably Democrat Chicago, aka The Windy City or Mobtown ...home of Al Capone, the Chicago Black Sox, a succession of Daleys, Barak Obama, and Rahm Emmanuel... and asking "what he was willing to do to succeed in the music business."
According to the court docs, the boy introduced Kelly to a close male pal who was 16 or 17. Several years later, Kelly allegedly started a sexual relationship with that person, John Doe #2, and forced several of his girlfriends at the time to have sex with the young man while he filmed.
The documents also describe how a "crisis manager" for Kelly allegedly bribed a Cook County, Illinois, clerk with $2,500 to get inside information on the singer’s legal troubles after the Lifetime documentary "Surviving R. Kelly" came out in early 2019.
Prosecutors also want to introduce evidence that Kelly, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, allegedly sexually abused the singer Aaliyah Haughton and married her in 1994 when she was 15 so that she couldn’t be forced to testify against him, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. She died in a plane crash in 2001.
Other allegations contained in the filing include unlawful imprisonment, hush money payments, threats and psychological abuse.
[WND] A blog posting that offers support to President Trump warns that "deprogrammed" and "re-educated" are words that almost always are connected to violence.
"Can you think of a single time in history where these words were used WITHOUT being deadly?" the site wonders.
The issue has come up — again — because leftists have returned to their insistence that anyone who disagrees with them must face that deprogramming, or re-educating.
Now it's MSNBC's Mike Brzezinski
...a typo — that’s Mika Brzezinski (f), not Mike (m). Third wife of anti-Trump Conservative Joe Scarborough, daughter of Zbigniew Brzezinski. Her job, apparently, is to rile up the rubes on the Left, which is much harder to do with a Democratic squirrel in the White House instead of Donald Trump...
who is demanding an indoctrination program, apparently forced or otherwise, for those who don't agree with her ideology and politics.
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[ESPN] - France upsets U.S. men's basketball, snaps winning streak
It wasn't completely shocking given Team USA's bumpy exhibition game stretch in the lead-up to Tokyo -- the U.S. lost to Nigeria and Australia, marking the first time it has lost back-to-back exhibition games since professionals began playing in 1992 -- which revealed this team is not infallible. But the Americans' loss to France was still notable -- and jarring -- in that it snapped their 25-game Olympic winning streak dating back to 2004 in Athens. Again, this team will not medal at these Games.
[Washington Examiner] The CIA is taking the threat of COVID-19 seriously. "Vaccinated", not "Vetted"
William Burns, the director of the CIA, said nearly all the agency's officers are fully vaccinated roughly a year and a half into the pandemic, which is displaying signs of resurgence with the spread of the more contagious delta variant.
"Navigating through the COVID pandemic — and we're still navigating through it, although, at CIA, we have fully vaccinated more than 95% of our officers, both at headquarters and overseas," Burns told NPR in an interview on Thursday. He made the comment while talking about taking care of the CIA's own and creating more diversity in the workforce.
The figure shared by Burns is far above vaccination rates seen across the country. A total of 162,725,812 people in the United States have been fully vaccinated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday, which is 49% of the population. COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have risen above the 600,000 mark, and there have been more than 34 million cases, according to CDC data.
The original The Fly was a straight up tragedy. The remake was somewhat of an intellectual excursion in the last days before everything was all rayciss all the time.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
07/25/2021 9:58 Comments ||
BTW, my microchip is fabulous. Totally compatible with the Windows Insider version of Windows 11 I'm running right now...
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
07/25/2021 10:00 Comments ||
we have fully vaccinated more than 95% of our officers,
What do they mean by officers in this context? Is there a corresponding group of enlisted personnel? Support staff?
If they mean the people who go abroad to spy and manage spies, then the Covid vaccine is probably added to a long list of region-specific shots they’ll have gotten, including cholera, yellow fever, and tetanus.
I agree, g(r)omgoru. Possibly make marriage with children, along with physical and mental disability grounds to get taken off that list — and watch many of those young ladies who were concentrating on their careers choose to fix the childbearing gap instead. ;-)
Somehow I get the impression this is a way to populate the new Climate Change Brigade that was posted a few days ago. Women would naturally select that sort of thing over combat in the military. Then before you know it a huge percentage of the young are working directly for the government.
Honestly, given how many of them support the so called 'trans' movement, treat them exactly like men. Hell, given they are putting tampons and pads in Men's room, seems fair they get annual prostate exams in return.
Normally the feds would refuse — neither their training nor their job description encompasses street patrolling and arresting drunk&disorderlies. But given that the alternative is setting up Conservative suckers for terrorism convictions, no doubt there are enough who would leap at the chance for honest work.
So this is really what it was all about. Cities defund their local police. Then bring in federal police, soon we have a federal police force across the nation. Nothing like the fed finding a way around the posse commentates laws...
Posted by: 49 Pan ||
07/25/2021 12:43 Comments ||
The whole defund the police nonsense as a collective strategy of the Marxists seemed to make no sense, since in the long term they were damaging the places they ruled. BUT.... as a technique to roll the public and local/state lawmakers to quit dealing with the most expensive and difficult aspects of local government by handing it off to the federal government, its brilliant. In a decade or so, we have the uniformed branch of the FBI/DHS/DOJ enforcing the laws, and like the current civil rights division of the DOJ or the senior leadership of the FBI field offices, the law becomes whatever the Presidium and Central Committee want enforced.
Step #2 Socialcrats and their Rioters call for DEFUND THE POLICE.
Step #3 Socialcrats Appointed DA refuse to seriously handle Rioters/Black Racists Groups criminal cases.
Step #4 Socialcrats police treatment and lack of basic safety for Police results in massive resignations.
Step #5 Felony Crimes increase 200 fold.
Step #6 Citizens call for and demand Protection.
Step #7 Metro Socialcrats call DC Socialcrats to request FEDERAL Law Enforcement. Because local police refuse to follow Local Socialcrat Politicians blind eye orders on when, where and who to enforce the laws on.
Step #8 DC approves The Federalization of City Police Forces.
Direct Translation via Google Translate. Edited.
[REGNUM] The candidate for the State Duma from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, director of CJSC "State Farm named after Lenin" Pavel Grudinin will be excluded from the party list for the upcoming elections to the State Duma.
As reported by TASS with reference to the draft resolution of the Central Election Commission of Russia, the fact is that the candidate did not provide a number of documents after the statement of his ex-wife about the existence of offshore assets.
"The commission initially did not have data on Grudinin’s foreign assets and trusted the candidate, since there was no information preventing his registration," explained Nikolai Bulaev, deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation .
The fact that candidate Pavel Grudinin still has assets in Belize was confirmed by the Russian prosecutor's office. This circumstance is contrary to the laws on elections.
As reported by IA REGNUM , the fact that the general director of CJSC "Sovkhoz named after Lenin" Pavel Grudinin before the elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation continues to own shares of the Belize offshore "Bontro LTD", lawyer Dmitry Malbin said .
The ex-wife of Pavel Grudinin, Irina, sent a letter to the CEC. Hate to think of all the shit my ex wives could say. Background
The elections of the deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the VIII convocation will take place on the Single voting day on September 19, 2021.
My best guess: This was a Chechen organized crime hit, a preventative measure against further investigations against drug trafficking. Chechnya is responsible for most of the methamphetamine that goes to Russia. Prolly a fair amount of ganja, as well.
Rantburg had an opinion piece last Wednesday from Russian military journalist Aleksandr Kots about the corruption bust of the head traffic cop in the Stavropol krai. You can read about it here
[REGNUM] Friday evening in Stavropol, near house No. 55/4 on the Southern bypass, the deputy head of the CID of the police department No. 4, Ruslan Abovyan was shot to death.
According to the telegram channel "112", the killer fired almost the entire clip at the policeman then left the scene.
Alerts were initiated, but the armed suspect escaped capture. The offender left the car near the village of Kursavka and disappeared on foot. Dog handlers with dogs were sent on his trail.
Ruslan Abovyan died while receiving medical treatment.
The shooter was identified as Zaurbek Keniev, 44.
Investigators said the shooting was recorded by CCTV cameras.
Investigators of the drug control department of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia received operational information about the illegal production of synthetic drugs in the village of Balandino, Volkhovsky District, Leningrad Region.
"Operational information has been confirmed. The drug laboratory was located in a barn on a garden plot," the department said.
Early in the morning of July 24, the police drove to the indicated address, but met with resistance. An unidentified armed male suspect, who is a resident of the Krasnogvardeisky district of St. Petersburg, upon seeing the police officers, ran out of the barn and disappeared into a residential building.
"The malefactor, armed with a sawed-off hunting rifle, opened fire at the policemen. One of the officers used a service weapon and wounded the suspect, hitting him in his leg," the department said.
The suspect was given first aid on the spot, after which he was handed over to doctors. Then law enforcement agencies proceeded to search the house, where they found several firearms.
"There were also two women in the house. Their involvement in illegal production is currently being established. In the shed, police officers found laboratory equipment and chemical raw materials for the production of drugs," added the St. Petersburg Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
[ZERO] Because once again the lack of police on the streets is turning into a problem - this time in the Bronx, where illegal street vendors and gamblers "have taken over a commercial strip," according to the New York Post. The takeover is a result of new city laws that make it impossible for the NYPD to confiscate goods or even demand ID from street vendors.
The new law went into effect in May 2021 and moved enforcement away from NYPD and to the city's Department of Consumer Affairs and Worker Protection. Someone from the agency told the Post the law doesn't even go into effect until September.
Marko Majic, head of business development for City Jeans on East Fordham Road, told the New York Post: "It looks like a bazaar in Istanbul. The only difference is in Istanbul it’s legal and organized and here it is illegal and unorganized."
The Post reports there are now 242 sidewalk vendors, more than the 230 storefronts in the same area.
"They sell water, jewelry, masks, toys, counterfeit goods, anything you can imagine," said Wilma Alonso, director of the Fordham Road Business Improvement District. She said they even play three card monte and called the situation a "public safety crisis".
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
07/25/2021 1:29 Comments ||
She said they even play three card monte and called the situation a "public safety crisis".
It's worse than the square from Ertugrul!
Crack pipes, bongs, Evian bottles half full.
You know you're not in the Piazza Del Conte,
with Wakandans throttling each other
over cheating at Three Card Monte!
[Just The News] top FBI official has violated agency policy by failing to timely report a romantic relationship with a subordinate, according to a new Justice Department inspector general’s report.
The report released Thursday does not name the official. However, The Washington Post, which first reported about what the IG reports calls "misconduct," identified the official as Jill Tyson, an assistant director in the bureau’s Office of Congressional Affairs.
The newspaper said it identified Tyson based on information from current and former law enforcement officials.
The investigation also found the official allowed the relationship to negatively affect an appropriate and professional superior-subordinate relationship and to disrupt the workplace by interfering with the ability of other FBI employees to complete their work. The official also participated in a hiring or organizational decision involving the subordinate, all in violation of FBI policy, according to a summary of the report.
Whether the FBI will take action in response to the report is unclear.
[The Guardian] A virulent and fast-moving coral disease that has swept through the Caribbean could be linked to waste or ballast water from ships, according to research.
The deadly infection, known as stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD), was first identified in Florida in 2014, and has since moved through the region, causing great concern among scientists. Wait. Global Climate Change started before 2014, right?
Scientists have not yet been able to determine whether the disease is caused by a virus, a bacterium, a chemical or some other infectious agent, but the peer-reviewed study in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science supports the theory that ballast water from ships may be involved. Conducted in the Bahamas by scientists at the Perry Institute for Marine Science, it found that SCTLD was more prevalent in reefs that were closer to the Bahamas’ main commercial ports, in Nassau and Grand Bahama, suggesting a likely link between the disease and ships. I noticed a few years ago on a Bahamas trip that coral death was worse at the dock than a mile away. Just an anecdote, I know.
In 2017, the spread of deadly pathogens by ships when they discharge ballast water prompted the International Maritime Organization to implement the Ballast Water Management Convention, which requires that ships discharge their ballast water – used to maintain the ship's stability – 200 nautical miles from shore in water at least 200 metres deep before entering port, to ensure they do not bring in harmful foreign pathogens. Suncreen, too. Just before COVID hit, we were directed to use "reef-safe" sunscreen. Real science is complicated.
We allegedly have some of the best tap water in the US and I can't drink it. I'd say that's a factor.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
07/25/2021 0:45 Comments ||
This made me recall that ship's hulls are often coated with a chemical that reduces barnacle growth. Plus the seawater circulating as coolant is subject to barnacle and mussel growth. Some commercial cleaners are used to dissolve the barnacles and mussels when added to the cooling loop. The cleaners dissolve calcium. Coral is calcium-based. Where is this done; when docked? Just a thought, and correlates with observed coral kill patterns mentioned in the article.
Posted by: Clump Spawn of the Ostrogoths4144 ||
07/25/2021 10:03 Comments ||
I always liked The Works toilet biscuits. They are impossible to get since the COVID scam started...
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
07/25/2021 11:10 Comments ||
#Metootoiletbiscuits -quite tasty -you must have noticed how 'fresh' your breath is after the first bite mmmm goodness in every bite of
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.