Monday, September 14, 2015

Daily Misfortune Monday, September 14, 2015

Daily Misfortune Monday, September 14, 2015 --- ===
Month Misfortune September 2015 ---


*Reference
*Today

Headlines:
  1. War on Police: America's Legal Order Begins to Fray. Wall Street Journal Murders worst in Baltimore since 1972, 45 killed in 30 days, all but 2 were black victims.
  2. Five Saudi troops are killed following clashes with Houthi militants in the southern Najran region near the border with Yemen. (AFP via Yahoo!)
  3. Emirati troops advance on the Houthi controlled Yemeni capital, Sanaa after securing control of Marib, the capital of Marib province. (AP via Yahoo!)
  4. Ten people are killed, seven from the same family, in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a government building in a southern suburb of Sana'a, theYemen capital. (Reuters)
  5. Taliban insurgents storm a prison in the central Afghan province of Ghazni killing at least four prison officers and freeing about 350 prisoners. The deputy provincial governor of the Ghazni province says the attackers were well-organised and wearing military uniforms. (BBC)
  6. The Pentagon says that Russia has deployed tanks and artillery pieces to Syria along with more troops in what one defense official described as the "first clear sign of offensive weapons arriving in Syria" and "the largest deployment of Russian forces outside the former Soviet Union since the collapse of the USSR". (Fox News)Business and economy
  7. Germany reopens train services from Austria after reintroducing border controls. (Deutsche Welle)
  8. Slovakia announces renewed border controls with Hungary. (AP via The New York Times)
  9. Colombia accuses Venezuela of violating its airspace for the second time in two days. (AFP via France 24)Law and crime
  10. 2 killed 1 charged September 14, 2015 Derek Saretzky Charged With Murders of Canada Girl, Father Blanchette Father found dead, looking for girl and suspect
Detail:

  1. War on Police: America's Legal Order Begins to Fray. Wall Street Journal September 14, 2015. Black Lives Matters pushes that police are a lethal threat to blacks. Detective: every  time we pass up an arrest makes it that much harder the next time we have to. Activists refuse to apologize for tone while denying any link to anti-police violence. Waiting for leaders to change the tone of conversation. Murders worst in Baltimore since 1972, 45 killed in 30 days, all but 2 were black victims. comments: This is all part of a bigger goal of the Liberal Left/Socialists: demoralized and/or discredit LOCAL police, to be replaced by a NATIONAL POLICE FORCE, who take their orders directly or indirectly (through the AG) from the White House.
  2. Twin ISIS suicide bomb blasts kill 26 in Syria's Hasakeh: monitor Yahoo News  At least 26 people including two children were killed on Monday in twin suicide car bomb attacks in the northeastern Syrian city of Hasakeh,  IS claimed responsibility for the two attacks, confirming they were suicide bomb blasts.
  3. Man dies in suspicious explosion on South Side Chicago WLS-TV man was killed in a suspicious explosion and fire at a home on Chicago's South Side. around 12:40 a.m. Monday and found the house fully engulfed by flames. The force blew out the windows and left a huge hole in the one-story home. Fire detectives said natural gas was not a factor and the case is being investigated as possible arson.
  4. Bangkok bomb: Malaysia attests two Malaysians and a Pakistani BBC News  Police chief announces Malaysian police  arrests three suspects are a Pakistani man, a Malaysian man, and a Malaysian woman, who were arrested based on a tip-off from Thai authorities. They were detained a few days ago and were assisting with the investigation. Thailand  has launched a manhunt for those responsible for the bombing which killed 20 people and injured 120. Thai police have arrested two ...  Thai police have arrested two people and are searching for a third man, said to be from China's Xinjiang region. , Thailand issued an arrest warrant for a 27-year-old Muslim man called Abudusataer Abudureheman, also known as Ishan, from Xinjiang. reported to have left Bangkok for Bangladesh one day before the bomb blast, and is believed by police to have played a prominent role in the attack. Thai authorities have already arrested two other suspects: Adem Karadag, whose nationality has yet to be verified, and Yusufu Meraili, who officials say is a Chinese national born in Xinjiang. [government initially ruled out international terrorists]
  5. Deadly Louisiana Insterstate Shooting At Car By Passing Car Probably Deliberate: Cops NBCNews.com  A 25-year-old man died after shots were fired into the vehicle he was driving from a passing vehicle on Interstate 10 in Louisiana, police said. 3 not injured, believed not random target
  6. 2 killed suspect sought September 14, 2015 Delta State University Professor Shooting 45-year-old professor Shannon Steadman Lamb at Delta State University is the main suspect in the shooting of his girlfriend and a colleague. History professor Ethan Schmidt was shot in the head while in his office at Delta State University in the city of Cleveland, Mississippi.  His girlfriend was found dead in the town of Gautier, Mississippi, on the morning of September 14. Not long before, there were reports of a shooting on campus at Delta State. One professor was killed in that attack, he was named as history teacher Ethan Schmidt. Girlfriend Amy Prentiss, 41, 'lived with Lamb' in Gautier, 300 miles away She was reportedly an outreach minister at the nearby Oasis Church
  7. Taliban free at least 350 prisoners in attack on Afghan jail Fox News KABUL, Afghanistan - More than 350 inmates escaped an Afghan prison following a coordinated attack by Taliban insurgents, an Afghan official and the Taliban said.
  8. Five Saudi troops are killed following clashes with Houthi militants in the southern Najran region near the border with Yemen. (AFP via Yahoo!)
  9. Emirati troops advance on the Houthi controlled Yemeni capital, Sanaa after securing control of Marib, the capital of Marib province. (AP via Yahoo!)
  10. Ten people are killed, seven from the same family, in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a government building in a southern suburb of Sana'a, theYemen capital. (Reuters)
  11. Taliban insurgents storm a prison in the central Afghan province of Ghazni killing at least four prison officers and freeing about 350 prisoners. The deputy provincial governor of the Ghazni province says the attackers were well-organised and wearing military uniforms. (BBC)
  12. The Pentagon says that Russia has deployed tanks and artillery pieces to Syria along with more troops in what one defense official described as the "first clear sign of offensive weapons arriving in Syria" and "the largest deployment of Russian forces outside the former Soviet Union since the collapse of the USSR". (Fox News)Business and economy
  13. Germany reopens train services from Austria after reintroducing border controls. (Deutsche Welle)
  14. Slovakia announces renewed border controls with Hungary. (AP via The New York Times)
  15. Colombia accuses Venezuela of violating its airspace for the second time in two days. (AFP via France 24)Law and crime
  16. No injuries, car hit suspects sought 2 young boys in vehicle that was shot at by passing car in South Fairmount Ohio Two young boys were in a vehicle that was shot at several times by someone in a moving vehicle Kadora McCray, 24, was driving two subjects in an older model white Pontiac drove up behind her. The right front seat passenger in the Pontiac produced a semi-automatic handgun and fired several shots but neither driver or boys were hit.
  17. 2 killed 1 charged September 14, 2015 Derek Saretzky Charged With Murders of Canada Girl, Father Blanchette In Alberta, Canada 120 miles from Calgary, RCMP says Derek James Saretzky faces two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of toddler Hailey and her father Terry Blanchette, 27.  The girl’s body was found Tuesday Sept 15 near Blairmore and her father’s body was discovered in a home in the town on Monday Sept 14  Wednesday, Sept. 16 Derek Saretzky, 22, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of  Hailey and her father Terry. RCMP believe Saretzky planned the murders. .
  18. 1 killed September 14, 2015 ISIS Beheads Egyptian in Western Desert, fled in Jeep like Mexican Tourists (ANSAmed). Eight jihadists with ISIS have beheaded an Egyptian in the Egyptian western desert and crucified him to a tree after accusing him of cooperating with police. According to local sources, the beheading yesterday occurred in the same area where tourists were killed in an anti-terror raid by Egyptian police. Witnesses added that local residents asked for the police to intervene to find the killers who fled aboard a jeep, a similar model to the one used by tourists killed in the same area
  19. MAN FOUND IN CHICAGO SOUTH SIDE MORGAN PARK LIKELY ARSON HOUSE FIRE WAS SHOT IN THE HEAD, CAR STOLEN OFFICIALS SAID CHICAGO (WLS) -- A man found dead after an explosion and fire at a home on the city's South Side died of a gunshot wound to the head, the Cook County Medical Examiner's office said Tuesday. a Buick LeSabre is missing from the home. Found house fully engulfed by flames, exposion blew out the windows and left a huge hole in the one-story home... investigated as a homicide and the fire appears "suspicious," officials said. Fire detectives said natural gas was not a factor and the case is being investigated as possible arson.
*Timeline

  1. 1 missing found September 10, 2015 Police: Missing Lakewood WA Asian woman Moua Vang found safe, admitted to staging her disappearance Lakewood woman who vanished Tuesday from the Lakewood Farmer’s Market has been found safe Moua Vang admitted to police she staged her disappearance to look like abduction so she could leave her family.committed to a mental health facility after making suicidal comments.
Fri
  1. 1 killed 1 injured suspect killed September 11, 2015 Stabbing suspect shot at Union Station McDonalds by security guard dies  WTOP The shooting occurred at the McDonald's in Union Station. A security guard under contract by the nearby U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission saw Wilson stab a woman in the building and chased the him to the restaurant, says Metropolitan Police ...Police and emergency responders stand outside a McDonald's located inside Union Station in Washington, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, after a security guard shot a man who stabbed a woman inside Union Station on Friday, the anniversary of the September 11 attacks,
Sat
  1. sept 12 4 inmates die in stabbing attack at Oklahoma prison New York Post Oklahoma has the highest rate of prison homicides in the nation, with state inmates killed at a rate more than three times the national average, according to figures from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.  violence erupted at around 4 p.m. Saturday at the Cimarron Correctional Facility in Cushing, a community between the state’s two largest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa....  June, 200 to 300 were involved in a brawl there. Eleven prisoners were taken to hospitals after the fight...  39 homicides at Oklahoma prisons between 2001 and 2012, a rate of 14 per 100,000 inmates. The national average is 4 per 100,000.
  2. Rochester NY deadly house party mass shooting Rochester Democrat and Chronicle A Rochester man pleaded not guilty Monday morning in a fatal shooting that happened early Saturday. William B. James, 30, of 120 Garson Ave., is charged with one count of second-degree murder in connection to an incident at 36 Woodward St. that left two people dead and at least three others wounded. He is being held without bail. Admits having dispute with one of victims.
  3. Rodney Chemin Kills 3 and Self After TV Football Party After Music Argument Rodney Chemin is accused of killing three men before fatally shooting himself after a fight in Louisiana. at a friend’s House Watching the LSU Football Game Saturday night, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office said. Rodney Chemin fatally shot himself after killing the three men, Joseph Allen, 57; Mark Allen, 51; and Perry Allen, 51, who are brothers, the New Orleans Advocate reports.
  4. Why Did Brian Short Kill His Family? Lawsuit, Downsizing Mansion Plans  As the community struggles to understand what happened in the gruesome murder-suicide, potential clues might be found in a defamation lawsuit and Facebook posts left by Short’s son.
  5. Motorcyclist dead after he hits Island Co. deputy injured in Camano Island WA head-on crashKOMO The motorcyclist was going on S. Camano Drive when he failed to negotiate a curve, crossed the center-line and collided head on with an Island County patrol car

  1. November 11, 2013 stabbing September 13, 2015 sentence Australia: Roy Tabalbag from Philippines jailed for 17 years for stabbing rage murder of girlfriend's lover at ... ABC Online An IT graduate has been sentenced to 17 years behind bars for stabbing his girlfriend's lover to death in a fit of rage after losing self-control. Justice Michael Adams described how the 30-year-old stabbed Amin Sthapit 14 times with a chef's knife after finding him in bed with the woman he loved on Justice Adams said Tabalbag was filled with "rage and hatred" pair had moved to Australia in 2011 from the Philippines Roy Tabalbag sentenced for 'love triangle murder' of Amin Sthapit NEWS.com.au‎ agoWHEN Roy Tabalbag thought his partner was having an affair he devised a plan to catch her ... Roy Tabalbag sentenced to 17 years in jail after stabbing his fiancĂ©e's lover to death Daily Mail‎ UK
  2. 2 killed, suspect killed September 13, 2015 Police: Man suspected in Ky. fatal shooting into trooper car is killed by police USA TODAY LOUISVILLE - The suspect in the fatal shooting of a Kentucky State Police trooper is dead, police said Monday. Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanks, 25, of Missouri, had been wanted after his alleged involvement in a high-speed chase and killing of state Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder.... state police spokesman, said Johnson-Shanks was shot by police Monday morning when he refused to drop his weapon,, Ponder, of Rineyville, Ky., stopped a vehicle on Interstate 24 on Sunday..driver fled causing a police chase.. suspect stopped abruptly causing the trooper's cruiser crash into suspect car, then several shots were fired at Ponder's cruiser striking the car and Ponder multiple times.Kentucky police capture Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanks ... Daily Mail UK Police say Mr Ponder was pursuing Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanksfor 30 minutes before the suspect suddenly braked,
  3. September 13, 2015 Off-duty Chicago Ridge officer killed overnight in wrong-way Tri-State [murder] crash Chicago Tribune Smith was killed early Sunday in a three-car crash on the Tri-State Tollway. Smith, who was off duty at the time, was a passenger in a car that was struck by an oncoming vehicle traveling the wrong way on Interstate 294, officials said.
  4. September 13, 2015 5 injured in shooting Chaos Follows Shooting at Festival Near MIT Campus NECN Police are investigating a shooting during an Afro-Caribbean festival near the campus of MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. before 4:30 p.m., police say a 25-year-old woman was shot in the leg at the corner of Main Street and Portland Street, located by the edge of the campus. The victim, a resident of Boston's Roxbury neighborhood, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.  school's grounds were initially locked down. People on campus were asked to evacuate or seek shelter. Officials also advised people to lock and barricade doors. That lockdown has since been lifting. Albany Street, which cuts through the MIT campus, was barricaded off by a line of police officers.Woman shot at end of Cambridge Carnival The Boston Globe  CAMBRIDGE - The Cambridge Carnival had a violent end Sunday, after a shooting and a fight left five people injured during a one-hour span, police said.
  5. September 13, 2015 Man deliberately sets McDonald's gas bottle explosion: Braddon restaurant closed for clean-up The Canberra Times The man who allegedly caused an explosion inside a McDonald's restaurant on Sunday night told staff to go outside before deliberately igniting a nine kilogram gas bottle, according to an employee who did not want to be named.
  6. 1 killed September 13, 2015 Tallahasssee FL police: Man Killed Protecting Girlfriend From Her Ex-Husband WCTV  This all happened at the lakes of San Marco's Apartments off of Woodville Highway, just south of downtown Tallahassee early Sunday morning.
  7. September 13, 2015 Egypt says 12 Mexican tourists killed by security forces in accidental shooting Fox News MEXICO CITY - At least 12 people were killed and 10 injured in Egypt's southwestern desert Sunday when security forces mistakenly fired on a group of Mexican tourists, Egyptian officials said.
  8. September 13, 2015 Driver charged after bicyclist struck, killed in east Charlotte WSOC Charlotte Police have charged a driver in a deadly bike accident that happened late Sunday morning in east Charlotte. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said Nathaniel Lancaster was turning left in his 1994 Ford Ranger pickup truck onto Hawthorne Lane just before noon ...
  9. 7 killed September 13, 2015 At Least 7 Killed in Twin Bomb Attacks Well, Church in North Cameroon blamed Boko Haram Voice of America At least three people were killed in the first explosion, which struck near a well in the town, while at least four people were killed by a second bomb near a church, according to the local deputy prefect. At least seven people were killed in two bomb attacks on Sunday in the northern Cameroon town of Kolofata...appeared to be the latest attack by the Boko Haram
  10. Sept 13 September 13, 2015 Retired Cop Accused of Threatening Investigators in Fox Lake Shooting Case ABC News A former Chicago cop was in jail today, accused of threatening people involved in investigating the deadly shooting of a Fox Lake, Illinois, police officer. Battaglia, 54, has no involvement in the Gliniewicz investigation, according to the Sheriff's Office. He was arrested at his home in Oak Lawn, Illinois, on two counts of disorderly conduct, the Sheriff's Office said. Battaglia also called other police agencies and several media outlets this week, the Sheriff's Office said. It was unknown whether Battaglia might be an anonymous source who has been providing information to media outlets
  11. September 13, 2015Two injured after Puyallup WA domestic violence call leads to ramming police car chase and rollover  KIRO After officers responded to a domestic violence call, a police pursuit began in Puyallup—when the suspect fled,  attempted to ram a patrol car, causing his vehicle to roll over. The driver suffered minor to moderate injuries, and his female passenger suffered moderate to severe injuries.
  12. Four Troopers Injured During Texas Traffic Stop; Manhunt Underway for Possibly Armed Suspect after troopers pulled over the vehicle, the driver exited and began fighting with them. Then the driver jumped back into the car and began to take off, Ray told KDFA, adding that the troopers attempted to stop it and were thrown off it or hit by it.
  13. 3 teens held in 'copycat' rock shooting incidents after Arizona freeway shootings Authorities in Arizona arrested three teenagers in what they called a "copycat" case that mimicked a string of shootings and other attacks in the Phoenix area over the last two weeks The three 18-year-olds used slingshots to shoot rocks at pedestrians and vehicles teens admitted to shooting at six pedestrians they had been driving around the Mesa and Queen Creek area Saturday night, randomly firing at pedestrians and vehicles
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Rochester NY shooting suspect pleads not guilty Rochester Democrat and Chronicle  The other person killed was Herbert Thomas, 34, of Rochester, according to police. Police released the names of three surviving shooting victims: Elizabeth Washington, 24; Shaquanda Moody, 25; and Imani Williams, 26. All the victims are from Rochester.

Former Wake County teacher on trial for husband's stabbing death WRAL.com  Raleigh, N.C. - Jury selection begins Monday in the first-degree murder trial for a former Wake County school teacher accused of killing her husband.










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