Monday, August 31, 2015

Daily Misfortune Sunday March 2, 2014

Daily Misfortune Sunday March 2, 2014 ---
Timeline March 2014 ---
Timeline of Security Incidents ---

March 2, 2014 (Sunday)


  1. 1 killed, 30 injured in massive Colorado pileup | CNS News Cybercast News ServiceMarch 2, 2014 - 5:04 AM ... Authorities say one person was killed and 30 others wereinjured in the giant pileup. ... The injured were taken to nearby hospitals. 104 vehicles were involved in crashes along a roughly 2-mile stretch of highway as a short but intense burst of snow slammed the area.
  2. Ukraine: Russian forces took control Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula on Sunday, as thousands moved to "protect its interests and the Russian-speaking population" of Eastern Ukraine
  3. Police: 13-year-old killed, teen injured in Paterson dog attack News 12 Long IslandMar 2, 2014 - Investigators say one of the boys was able to get away while the other, a 13-year-old, died from his injuries. (March 2, 2014 6:49 AM).
  4. threats March 2, 2014 Afghan Man On Sweden Tram Threatens to Kill To Revenge Afghanistan and Africa In Sweden, an Afghani man makes a scene on a tram. He complains of the Swedish bureaucracy to get welfare payments. He brags he would back to Afghanistan and join the war if it were not for his little sisters who would be able to be raped by the "disgusting" Swedes.

Taser Incident

Taser Incident ---

Tasers don't always stop police shootings when suspect (sometimes a terrorist) ignores the taser hit or pulls out the plugs, or sometimes dies after Taser was deployed.


August 14, 2015 Bank robbery suspect dies after being shot by police BOLTON, CT (WFSB)  The suspect involved in the bank robbery that led to the officer-involved shooting in Bolton has died aug 17.  53-year-old Christopher Anderson allegedly robbed a bank and led police on police until he crashed, got out and moved towards the officers with gun in hand, even after being hit by a taser, and was shot by officers.

1 killed, police officer fired August 7, 2015 Christian Taylor Unarmed Black Man Shot Breaking Into Cars By White Cop In a suburb of Dallas, a new police officer being trained shot and killed unarmed African American Christian Taylor after he broke into cars and deliberately crashed his Jeep into the showroom of a car dealer. He was unfazed by a taser shot, advanced toward Miller, who fired one warning shot. Taylor kept advancing, and Miller fired three more times. Taylor had recently become angered over black civil rights and police violence against blacks, and cited assassinated Nation of Islam leader Malcolm X to justify "sometimes you have to be destructive to get what you want.” A Washington Post headline asked "Did unarmed teen seek confrontation" speculating that the youth may have deliberately sought what one commenter called "martyrdom" by cop in a war on police. In previous cases such as Michael Brown, no one had come up with any conceivable motive why a young man with a promising future would deliberately charge suicidally towards a cop when he had shown no indication of any political motive.

1 killed July 5, 2015 Police Shoot Unarmed John Deming Church Band Athlete Going Berserk at Exotic Car Dealer At a Pleasanton CA exotic car dealer, police responding to a burglar alarm found a masked man marking up and jumping on a showroom full of Ferrari's, Corvettes and $115,000 Cadillac's. He crashed through a window, shrugged off taser shots and beat a policeman nearly senseless until he had to shoot, and continued fighting even after shot. Father doesn't believe his son would hurt a spider, he was a musician in his church band who recently graduated from Piedmont Hills High in San Jose, where he was a defensive lineman on the varsity football team. "Never bullied anybody" Seems like white church choirboy version of "minding his own business" Michael Brown shot for no reason at all by lying police.

1 killed May 27, 2015 US Police Kill Unarmed Muslim Male Feras Morad In Long Beach California, police shot and killed an unarmed Muslim student Feras Morad. His friends have started a campaign justice, and he was murdered as he was "unarmed and in desperate need of medical attention" as he had become erratic and jumped out of 2nd story window, bleeding because he had eaten "magic" mushrooms. Police state "The suspect advanced more rapidly toward the officer who perceived the suspect was now a threat and going to assault him. During the next few minutes, the officer utilized verbal commands, an electronic control device [taser], an impact weapon, and physical force to gain compliance but was unsuccessful. Ultimately, the suspect again advanced toward the officer, telling the officer he was going to attack him. At that time, an officer involved shooting occurred." Morad was had a 3.9 GPA and was a nationally ranked debater.volunteer with the Muslim civil rights organization the Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Arrested May 19, 2014 Faiz Abul Ikramulla Holy War on Portage Indiana Police Suspect was pulled over for urinating in a yard and following other drivers, injured 2 cops and rammed 4 police cars and pulled out probes after police were forced to use multiple tasers on him. He was shouting "God is Great" in Arabic as they dragged him out the the police car. He had an Indiana plate, but had another illegal Wisconsin plate and drivers licenses from two states, and was found with a passport showing he had been to destinations favored by terrorists such as Saudi Arabia, China, Romania, Germany and Amsterdam. He was interviewed by the FBI which evidently did not establish any reason to suspect he might be a dangerous terrorist. Judge released him on $20,000 bond on condition he get a mental evaluation, trial delayed to June 2015 after December and February dates.

Universal Allah Uses Taser to Steal Milwaukee Violin Aug 8, 2014 - January 27, 2014 Universal Allah Taser Leads to Milwaukee Stolen Stradivarius Violin January 27th, two armed suspects, a man and a woman, ...

Monday October 29, 2012 Pastor Danny Kirk Killed in Black Church By Electric Guitar Terrorist Rev. Danny Kirk Sr., founding pastor of the Greater Sweethome Missionary was attacked in the parking lot after Derrick Anthony Birdow drove his Mercury Grand Marquis into the church wall just before noon. Birdow chased Kirk into the church where police arrived to see Birdow striking Kirk with an electric guitar that was already in the church. They used a Taser to subdue the man, handcuffed him, and locked him in their patrol car, where he died the same day when he was found unresponsive in the back of a patrol car. Church member Shanellia Harris Birdow said she does not know why her husband attacked the minister.

2015 Thailand Koh Samui Car Bomb

2015 Thailand Koh Samui Car Bomb ---
tags: thailand, Bombs and IEDShopping Mall Market ---, tourist targeted, Mideast or Muslim Perpetrators (likely)

April 10, 2015 7 injured, truck destroyed, vehicles damaged 2015 Thailand Koh Samui Car Bomb A car bomb explodes in a Mazda pickup truck left in the basement garage of a shopping mall in the first attack on the popular Thai tourist island of Koh Samui. Seven were wounded including a girl from Italy. There was a second attack at almost the same time when a cooperative warehouse in Surat Thai was set on fire.  Government blamed "red shirt" radicals who had bombed Bangkok in February, but others pointed to Muslim ethnic Malay separatists from the province of Yala, 500 km and 8 hours away where the truck was stolen from and 6,300 have been killed in clashes since 2011.

Details:  The blast was believed to be linked to two small bombs which exploded outside a shopping mall in Bangkok in early February, injuring two people. The government was quick to blame radical "Red Shirts" which sought to discredit the government. But the government appeared to have ruled out muslim insurgents, though the had been stolen from Yala, the southernmost border provinces of 3 where clashes and attacks by ethnic Malay muslim separatists have killed over 6,300 and wounded over 11,000 people since 2011, and where car bombs had previously targeted other tourist destinations. Some security forces have linked the attack to Ubaidillah Rommuhli, a local insurgent leader believed to be behind a number of other high profile attacks on tourist venues, including the April 2012 bombing of a hotel in Hat Yai.


Thailand explosion: Seven injured in Koh Samui - BBC News
British Broadcasting CorporationApr 11, 2015 - Poonsak Sophonpathumrak said the bomb went off after a fashion show in the ... Koh Samui is in Surat Thani province, further north from the three provinces which ... More than 5,000 people have been killed since the Islamic ...  car bomb explosion on the Thai island of Koh Samui, that injured seven people, may be linked to the country's political turmoil, military representative suggested that the attack was carried out by the same group behind recent blasts in the capital, Bangkok, where two people were injured...  Thai province in which a 10-year, militant muslim insurgency has killed over 6,000 people.

Truck bomb wounds seven on Thai holiday island Koh Samui
ReutersApr 11, 2015 - Truck bomb wounds seven on Thai holiday island Koh Samui ... to raise fears that Muslim rebels in the deep south could extend their campaign to ... The blaston one of Thailand's most well-known islands is another blow to a ...

Koh Samui car bomb: Seven injured as Thai junta links ... › News › World › Asia
The IndependentApr 11, 2015 - A car bomb explosion on the Thai island of Koh Samui, that injured seven ... a Thai province in which a 10-year, militant muslim insurgency has ...

Koh Samui car bomb: Seven hurt in explosion in shopping ...
Australian Broadcasting CorporationApr 10, 2015 - Koh Samui car bomb: Seven hurt in explosion in shopping mall car ... one of Thailand's three southern-most Muslim-majority provinces that ...
Car bomb explodes on Thai resort island of Koh Samui - Al ...
Al JazeeraApr 11, 2015 - A car bomb has exploded at a shopping mall on the Thai island of Koh Samui, injuring at least seven people. The improvised bomb was hidden ...

Thailand explosion: Seven injured in Koh Samui - BBC News
British Broadcasting CorporationThailand explosion: Seven injured in Koh Samui. 11 April 2015. From the section Asia. Media caption Local police confirmed that the car used in the attack had ...

Koh Samui car bomb: Seven hurt in explosion in shopping ...
Australian Broadcasting CorporationApr 10, 2015 - A car bomb explodes in the parking area of a shopping mall on the Thai tourist island of Koh Samui, wounding seven people including a ...

Thailand car bomb: Stolen vehicle used in Koh Samui attack ...
British Broadcasting CorporationApr 11, 2015 - Seven people are injured following a vehicle explosion in Koh Samui, Thailand.

Koh Samui car bomb: seven people hurt on Thai tourist island › World › Thailand
The GuardianApr 11, 2015 - Pick-up truck explodes in carpark of shopping mall, leaving an Italian girl and six Thais with injuries, say police.

Thailand: Seven hurt in Koh Samui car bomb | euronews ... › News › World news
EuronewsApr 11, 2015 - world news - Seven people have been slightly hurt in a car bomb explosion on the tourist island of Koh Samui in Thailand. The device packed ...

Seven hurt in car bomb blast at Samui mall - Bangkok Post › News › Security
Bangkok PostApr 11, 2015 - Bomb was hidden in pickup stolen from troubled border province of Yala. ... destroyed by a car bomb at Central Festival shopping mall in Koh Samui. ... this act of terrorism, but as always the Thai police and government is ...

Car Bomb Explodes at Thai Resort | The Diplomat
The DiplomatApr 13, 2015 - Was the weekend explosion in Koh Samui linked to the insurgency in ... On the eve of the Thai New Year's holiday, a car bomb went off in the .... Guess which countries have the highest per-capita incidents of terrorism.
At almost the same time, a cooperative warehouse in Surat Thai was set ablaze; it is unclear whether the fire was ignited by IEDs.

government quickly dismissed links to the insurgency by ethnic Malay separatists that has left 6,300 dead and over 11,000 wounded since January 2011, rather blaming the attack on radical Red Shirts, who seek to discredit the Thai regime. On April 13, authorities arrested a Red Shirt at his home in Issarn. Yet the truck used in the Koh Samui bombing was stolen after a recent attack in Thailand’s Deep South, and some security forces have linked the attack to Ubaidillah Rommuhli, a local insurgent leader believed to be behind a number of other high profile attacks on tourist venues, including the April 2012 bombing of a hotel in Hat Yai.

If the attacks were perpetrated by Malay insurgents, it would represent an important escalation of the conflict in Southern Thailand.

Car bomb explodes in Thailand's Koh Samui on eve of ...
The Sydney Morning HeraldApr 11, 2015 - A car bomb has exploded at a shopping mall on the popular resort island of Samui, injuring about seven ... Car bomb explodes in Thailand's Koh Samuion eve of holidays ... Bangkok bombing: Who are the Turkish terrorist .

Video: Seven hurt in car bomb explosion on Thai tourist ... › ... › Asia › Thailand
The Daily TelegraphApr 11, 2015 - Seven hurt in car bomb explosion on Thai tourist island of Koh Samui. A car bomb wounded seven people, including an Italian girl, when it ...

2015 Bangkok Erawan Shrine Bombing

2015 Bangkok Erawan Shrine Bombing ---
tags: thailand, Bombs and IED ---, Shopping Mall Market ---, tourist targeted, Mideast or Muslim Perpetrators ---(Turkish)

August 17, 2015 20 killed 125 injured 1 suspect arrested  2015 Bangkok Erawan Shrine Bombing a bombing took place inside the Erawan Shrine in the Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, Thailand which was filled with foreign tourists, killing 20 people and injuring 125. Surveillance footage showed a suspect leaving a backpack at the scene shortly before the explosion. The next day in a connected attack, another pipe bomb was thrown from a bridge near a boat pier. It exploded in the water but caused no injuries. The suspect was believed to be working with the help of others. One suspect was arrested holed up in a room filled with bomb making supplies. He appeared to be a Turkish speaking foreigner from Turkey, part of a human smuggling ring. As he claimed it was a personal revenge attack, authorities ruled out the obvious possibilities it might have been the work of international terrorists, or affiliated with the cause of Uyghur nationalists who have plagued China and bordering nations with deadly attacks.  This attacks was preceded by February 2015 when two bombs exploded on the Ratchaprasong Skywalk outside the nearby Siam Paragon shopping mall, injuring three people in a politically motivated terrorist attack, and in April 2015, a car bomb exploded in Ko Samui, injuring seven.

Previous 2006 "mental illness terrorist" attack

In the early hours of 21 March 2006, the shrine was vandalised by a Thai man believed to be mentally ill. After smashing the statue with a hammer, 27-year-old Thanakorn Pakdeepol was beaten to death by angry bystanders. Two street sweepers who worked for the Pathum Wan district office were arrested and charged with the fatal beating. Witnesses said Thanakorn stood on the base of the statue with a large hammer in his hands, and smashed the Brahma hollow statue to pieces. The deity's four-faced head, torso, six arms and weapons were fragmented. Only part of the lap and base of the statue were left intact.

aug 29 arrest Suspect in Thai blast seems Turkish [muslim] had bomb-making material, police say CNN Explosion in Bangkok. A woman prays at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, on Wednesday, August 19. Thai monks led prayers for the reopening of the Bangkok shrine where a bomb killed 20 people on Monday, August 17. Hide Caption. Picture shows Turkish passport, man looks turkish, everybody thinks he's turkish but govt says they can't say that for sure.  Govt says he was targeting just one person so it wasn't international terrorism [nonsense, that's just his silly cover story of course nobody makes a bomb factory just to hurt one person]


  • Ball bearings
  • Bomb factory  - found in two apartments, means big operation
  • International terrorists: usually claim responsibility quickly  Thai authorities on Thursday said the attack was "unlikely" to have been the work of an international terror group.
  • Muslim - 1st arrested suspect is apparently Turkish muslim foreigner
  • Personal Revenge - given as motive but probably cover story. You don't have two bomb factories to hurt one enemy. 
  • Radio remote control - sophisticated like Boston Marathon indicates international training
  • Red shirt movement - Thai authorities continue to hint that there could be "internal elements" to the bomb, and seemed to suggest that the Red Shirt movement supporting exiled former leader Thaksin Shinawatra has been behind the attack.
  • Sophistication - bomb factory has packaged brand new ball bearings, radio remote controls, fertilizer, gunpowder, similar to bombs used by international Islamist terrorists or trained like OK city bombings (Americans trained by Ramsi Yousef), 1993 WTC, Boston Marathon
  • Terrorist - government ruled out international terrorists.
  • Turkey - suspect has Turkish passports, looks Turkish, needs Turkish translator, muslim nation



Bangkok bomb: CCTV timeline released
20 August 2015

Bangkok bombing: Where is the investigation heading?
20 August 2015

The victims of the Bangkok blast
19 August 2015

The messy theories behind the Thai bomb  20 August 2015
Thai culture is Buddhist and values religious tolerance. Such a religious location is not the kind of target any Thai rebel would choose, which suggests to me that those behind this attack may not be Thai. in the past where someone might throw a grenade that injures a few people to get their political message across, but that is where it has generally ended.  Muslim separatist conflict in southern Thailand, but the political violence has been limited to the three southern provinces - never the capital.  unhappy that Thailand deported Uighur refugees back to China, where the minority complain of persecution, and might have wanted to punish the Thai state, the thinking goes. But we don't know enough at this point to support this theory
Bangkok bomb could hit tourism
19 August 2015

In pictures: Bangkok shrine reopens
19 August 2015

Video CCTV of Bangkok bombing suspects
19 August 2015

What do we know about Bangkok bomb?
20 August 2015

Why do people visit Bangkok's Erawan shrine?
18 August 2015

2015 Ratchaprasong bombing A bomb explodes near the Erawan Hindu Shrine in BangkokThailand, killing at least 19 people and injuring 123 others. No one has claimed responsibility. Thai Society president Songvut Manoonpong said parties opposing the Thai military government were likely responsible. (Sky News) (Reuters) (Bangkok Post) (NZ Herald) (Al Jazeera English Online)
Thailand Police Arrest Wall Street Journal  police had invited a Turkish translator to help question the ...
Bangkok bomb: Thai police say it was personal revenge, not international terrorism, arrested man part of people-smuggling group The Guardian UK aug 30  authorities believed the man was part of an organised crime group which sold counterfeit documents to illegal immigrants. “They [the gang] are unsatisfied with police arresting illegal entrants,” he told Thailand’s Channel 3. “It’s a network that fakes nationalities and sends them [illegal migrants] on to third countries,”  hinted on Saturday at the motive for the attack, saying the arrested man was “taking personal revenge for his comrades”, without giving further details. “It’s unlikely to be terrorism. It’s not an international terrorist act,”  s apartment was raided after police listened to mobile phone calls made around the shrine on the night of the attack. Police and residents said the suspect had rented four apartments on the same floor in the block.
Bangkok Bomb: Thai police name Adem Karadag as suspect arrested over blast that killed 20 The Independent‎ UK Aug 29 We don't know if he is Turkish or not." suspect 'did not act alone'
Thai police look into Turkish connection in Bangkok blast ... Reuters aug 27 Thai police said on Thursday they were looking at arrivals of Turkish nationals in the days before bomb blast
Bangkok bombing: Police arrest Turkish suspect over shrine ... Daily Mirror aug 29 police believe Karadag is Turkish 


2015 Bangkok bombing

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2015 Bangkok bombing
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Erawan Shrine after the explosion
2015 Bangkok bombing is located in Bangkok
2015 Bangkok bombing
2015 Bangkok bombing (Bangkok)
LocationRatchaprasong intersectionBangkok,Thailand
Date17 August 2015
18:55 ICT (UTC+07:00)
Attack type
Mass murderbombing
Non-fatal injuries
VictimsThai nationals, foreign tourists
PerpetratorsGrey Wolves (suspected)
On 17 August 2015, a bombing took place inside the Erawan Shrine at theRatchaprasong intersection in Pathum Wan DistrictBangkok, Thailand,[2][3] killing 20 people and injuring 125.[1] Surveillance footage showed a suspect leaving a backpack at the scene shortly before the explosion. As of 30 August 2015, the suspect in the surveillance footage had not been arrested and no group or individual has claimed responsibility for the attack.[4][5]

Prior incidents[edit]

Prior to this bombing incident, there were two other bombings in Thailand in the same year. In February 2015, two bombs exploded on the Ratchaprasong Skywalk outside the nearby Siam Paragon shopping mall, injuring three people. The attack was believed to have been politically motivated.[6] In April 2015, a car bomb exploded in Ko Samui, injuring seven.[7]


The Ratchaprasong intersection and the Erawan Shrine in May 2015
On 17 August 2015, at 18:55 ICT (11:55 UTC), a bomb exploded inside the grounds of theErawan Shrine, near the busy Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok's city centre.[8][9] TheRoyal Thai Police said that 3 kilograms (6.6 lb) of TNT had been stuffed in a pipe and left under a bench near the outer rim of the grounds surrounding the shrine, and that an electronic circuit suspected to have been used in the attack was found 30 metres (98 ft) from the scene.[2][not in citation given]
No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.[10] The attacks are thought to have been targeting Thailand's tourism and economy.[2]

Second incident[edit]

In a separate attack in Bangkok, an explosive device was thrown from a bridge near a boat pier shortly after 13:00 ICT on 18 August 2015, but it caused no injuries. The device, possibly a grenade, appeared to have been thrown at the busy Sathon pier in Bangkok but landed in water where it exploded. The district's deputy police chief said, "If it did not fall in the water then it certainly would have caused injuries." Some damage was done to the bridge.[2]


Deaths by nationality[11]
 Hong Kong[a]2
Some victims had multiple citizenships. Counts are based on preliminary data.
Most of the victims of the explosion were tourists visiting the shrine.[12] The Royal Thai Police reported that 20 people died and 125 had been injured.[1]
The dead included six Thais,[11] five Malaysians,[13] five mainland Chinese,[14] two from Hong Kong (including one British national resident in Hong Kong),[12] one Indonesian, and one Singaporean.[11]In addition, citizens of Japan, Malaysia, the Maldives, Oman, the Philippines, Qatar and Taiwan were among those injured.[12]
All of the victims from Malaysia,[15] China, Hong Kong,[16] Indonesia[17] and Singapore[18] were ethnic Chinese.


Investigators said they were "certain" that a man shown leaving a backpack at the scene of the explosion was responsible for the blast. The security camera footage, which has been broadcast internationally, shows the man in shorts and a yellow T-shirt taking off a dark-coloured backpack while sitting on a bench and then standing up, putting the backpack underneath the bench and walking away while looking at his phone.[19] The suspect likely had arrived by tuk-tukfrom an alley near Hua Lamphong.[20]
Some newspapers alleged that the man captured on security footage at the Erawan Shrine bomb attack was named by authorities as Mohamad Museyin, and that investigators are focusing their efforts on budget Bangkok hotels in the Sathorn Road area where they believe the suspect stayed.[21] However, this information was quickly dismissed by Thai authorities.[22]
Thailand's chief of police said the attack was carried out by a network and issued a sketch of the suspect. Police are also saying that two other people seen in the same footage were being treated as suspects.[19]
A taxi driver later confirmed that he picked up the suspect, and described him as "not in a hurry. He seemed to be calm, like a regular customer, and not Thai. He also spoke in an unclear language on the way."[23]
On 29 August 2015, police arrested a 28 year old man in connection to the bombing. He is not believed to have been the bomber but is suspected of involvement. He is thought to be a Turkish national with several passports found in his apartment along with bomb-making components.[24][25] Although, the Turkish embassy in Bangkok denied that the bomb suspect arrested by Thai police and troops on Saturday is a citizen of Turkey.[26]

The bombing is suspected to have been carried out by the Pan-Turkic neo-fascist Turkish ultra-nationalist organization Grey Wolves in retaliation for to Thailand's deportation of Uyghur terrorist suspects back to China instead of allowing them to travel to Turkey for asylum. A Turkish man, Adem Karadag, was arrested by the Thai police in connection with the bombing after Turkish passports and bomb-making materials were found in his apartment. The Grey Wolves are described by the media as a terrorist group and became famous for their assassinations and killings of journalists, liberals, and leftists in Turkey, their member Mehmet Ali Ağca's assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II, and their involvement in the Nagorno-Karabakh War and the Chechen war where there are Muslim and Turkic populations. Their aim is the unification of all Muslim Turkic peoples into one state spanning from Central Asia to the Balkans.[27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37]


Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha called it the "worst-ever attack" on his country, saying, "there have been minor bombs or just noise, but this time they aim for innocent lives. They want to destroy our economy, our tourism."[2]
Twenty-three nations issued travel advisories for visitors to Thailand in the wake of the bombing.[38]

See also[edit]


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