[FoxNews] An Oklahoma man has been arrested and charged with first-degree rape for allegedly impregnating a 12-year-old girl.
Juan Miranda-Jara, 24, walked into Hillcrest Hospital in Tulsa July 14 with a child in mid-labor, FOX23 reported.
Doctors called police, telling them they had a rape victim and Miranda-Jara was arrested. Miranda-Jara had reportedly told officers he was the father of the child and appeared not to understand what all the fuss was about
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07/21/2021 00:16 ||
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"Miranda-Jara had reportedly told officers he was the father of the child and appeared not to understand what all the fuss was about."
It's not a big deal in Mexico or whatever hellhole he's from. 12 year gap between mom and kid? Totally normal.
[PHILADELPHIA.CBSLOCAL] A 1-year-old baby is in the hospital after being shot in West Philadelphia, police said Saturday. It happened just after 8 p.m. at a corner store located at 50th Street and Haverford Avenue.
Police said a white Jeep pulled up to the intersection and one of the vehicle’s occupants began shooting, striking two individuals, including a bystander — a 1-year-old baby, who was in their mother’s arm.
The baby was shot once in the left leg and placed in stable, pH balanced condition at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
"This goes to show that there are a lot of guns on the street, and you have folks who are not afraid to use these guns and they don’t care who’s around when they use these guns," Philadelphia Police Deputy Commissioner Joel Dales said. "It’s a big problem. This is not OK. This is not OK at all."
According to police, a 26-year-old man and another man were inside the store. The two men returned fire at the vehicle.
At this time, police believe the 26-year-old man was the intended target. Police said he was shot in his arm and is in stable, pH balanced condition. He is in jug, according to police.
Another possible only explanation is that since weed is legal in NY, they are going by state law instead of federal, thereby preventing the bad optics of arresting the state's (mostly Dem) citizens for something legal at home.
[FOX] Billionaire Jeff Bezos announced Tuesday he's shelling out a massive amount of his own cash to two men: the controversial CNN contributor Van Jones and celebrity chef José Andrés, each of them getting $100 million to direct to the charities of their choice.
In a surprise at the end of a media conference following his successful trip to sub-orbital space, the Amazon and Blue Origin founder unveiled his new "Courage and Civility Award," which he said "recognizes leaders who aim high and who pursue solutions with courage and who always do so with civility." Recipients receive $100 million to give away to charities or non-profits of their choice, and Bezos said awardees may direct all the funds to their own non-profits or "spread the wealth" to other organizations.
The move came minutes after his backlash-drawing comments that he wanted "to thank every Amazon employee and every Amazon customer because you guys paid for all this. So seriously, for every Amazon customer out there, and every Amazon employee, thank you from the bottom of my heart, very much." Some hit back at him on Twitter, demanding a "refund."
Couldn't get any people of color on the flight so here's a few hundred million to ease the pain. You like my silly, thrift shop hat? Yes, it covers up my old bald white head, makes me look more WOKE like.
[Outkick / Clay Travis] - Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Bucks and Suns drew 9.6 million viewers on Saturday, down enormously from 2019’s Warriors-Raptors Game 5, which averaged 18.4 million viewers.
Remember, NBA media demanded last year that we discount the 2020 NBA Finals’ atrocious ratings because the matchup took place out of season and during a pandemic. So, as a nice guy, I’m honoring their requests and only comparing the 2021 Finals to 2019.
...When I was a munitions maintenance specialist for the USAF, about this time every year we would have a rash of instances of people in the dorm or base housing being caught with fireworks, which was an absolute no-no on base. When caught, we were detailed to pick the stuff up and store it until EOD could properly dispose of it.
And we aren't talking throwing it in the back of the truck and lighting it on the range - we were required to treat it (and all unknown explosives) as if it were a live Mk82 bomb, and dispose of it on the range according to Hoyle.
My first time dealing with this, I asked (politely and respectfully, of course; that's just the kinda guy I am )why we were going to that extent and was told that rarely are these things made with any kind of quality control or design safety. They could - and did - go off from being set on a sun-warmed street surface or from rough handling. Every chief I ever had treated them as the deadliest things they could have ever worked with, and I quickly held to that view and have ever since. My family and friends consider me a spoilsport; but on the other hand they can do so with the same number of digits, limbs, eyes, and orifices that they started the day with, as well as not catching a severe case of the dead.
Posted by: Mike Kozlowski ||
07/21/2021 6:33 Comments ||
But getting the right answer is racist.
Posted by: Deacon Blues ||
07/21/2021 8:04 Comments ||
We got it under control. Out motto is "Fireworks Is Us."
The Infections vs. Death Toll the C19/21 Delta variant in the United Kingdom
Last 7 Day Infection and Death related numbers
7-21-21 44,104 new cases and 73 new deaths - mortality rate 0.16 of 1 %
7-20-21 46,324 new cases and 96 new deaths - mortality rate 0.20 of 1%
7-19-21 39,572 new cases and 19 new deaths - mortality rate 0.048 of 1%
7-18-21 47,646 new cases and 25 new deaths - mortality rate 0.052 of 1%
7-17-21 54,205 new cases and 41 new deaths - mortality rate 0.075 of 1%
7-16-21 51,311 new cases and 49 new deaths - mortality rate 0.095 of 1%
7-15-21 47,932 new cases and 63 new deaths - mortality rate 0.13 of 1%
Last 7 day Total Infections: 328,637
Last 7 day Total Deaths: 342 (5 per/MP) A death rate the same the current US rate
Odds of Infection in last 7 days: 328,637(i) / 68,260,406(UK Pop) = 0.481 of 1% UK
Odd of Dying if Infected in last 7 days: 342(d) / 328,637(UK-Infections) = 0.104 of 1%
Looking at the Infection and Death Graphs shown on the "WorldoMeters Covid-19 Website".
So far it appears to be a more infectious, but far less deadly.
[Iran Press TV] Peru finally has a new president. The South American country's electoral authority has declared socialist Pedro Castillo as the next chief executive, putting the seal on weeks of bitter political bickering and rivalry among two camps in the wake of a run-off election on June 6.
Castillo won the election by only 44,000 votes against right-wing Keiko Fujimori. The official results had been delayed due to Fujimuri’s plea to annul the election, as she claimed that up to 200,000 votes had been rigged, without providing evidence.
After a lengthy battle over the results, the Electoral Tribunal reaffirmed the election results on Monday.
"I proclaim Pedro Castillo as president of the republic and Dina Boluarte as first vice president," tribunal chief Jorge Salas said in a ceremony aired on television.
Hundreds of Castillo supporters, who had been camping in front of the Electoral Tribunal in the capital, Lima, for weeks, awaiting a final proclamation, broke out in celebration at the news, chanting, "Yes, we could."
Direct Translation via Google Translate. Edit.
[RedStar] By the end of this year, more than 800 units of armored vehicles are planned to be delivered to military units and formations of the Ground Forces.
As part of the execution of the state defense order, the enterprises of the military-industrial complex will transfer to the modern and modernized models of armored vehicles that Russian Ministry of Defense have successfully proven themselves in operation in various climatic zones.
*The T-90 is an upgraded T-72. The T-72 has been in service since 1979. There's been about 3200 of them built.
*Our armor mainstay is the M1 Abrams, in service since 1979 as well. It has been decisively kicking T-series tank a$$ since 1991, and we've built almost 10,300 of them. The latest version, the M1A2D SEP is a very literal Doomsday machine against other tanks.
*Given Soviet Russian maintenance standards, a 30-40% combat availability is reasonable on any given day. During the last two Persian Gulf Live Fire Exercises, the US Army was able to reach a 90% combat availability rate.
Posted by: Mike Kozlowski ||
07/21/2021 6:21 Comments ||
[BBC] The allegations that spy software known as Pegasus may have been used to carry out surveillance on journalists, activists - and even perhaps political leaders - highlights that surveillance is now for sale.
The company behind the tool, NSO Group, has denied the allegations and says its customers are carefully assessed.
But it is another sign that high-end spy techniques, which used to be the exclusive preserve of a few states, are now spreading more widely and challenging the way we think about privacy and security in an online world.
In the not-too-distant past, if a security service wanted to find out what you were up to, it took a fair degree of effort. They might get a warrant to wiretap your phone. Or plant a bug in your house. Or send a surveillance team to follow you.
Finding out who your contacts were and how you lived your life would take patience and time.
Awww come on, every time you use these 'consumer' products, you are being tracked. Outside the usual governments, the 'business' people have been doing it for decades. It's just the 'usual' suspects of governments now has spread to nearly all of them. We're in a zero trust culture now cause those who do it never pay a price outside the going market value of what they collect.
In the famous words of one we all know, Aww "come on man". Currently it is wide spread and quite invasive. Next step is your chip card. All your discretionary spending will be monitored and controlled. Donuts, no you have diabetes, travel no you owe taxes or child support. On and on.
Cash, real paper currency, is increasingly being seen as an inconvenience, especially by younger retail clerks...yet it makes one far less visible so we use it for everything we do in person.
For bills its paper checks and the mail. Credit cards only as a form of payment when we have to get something not locally available.
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.