Thursday, October 22, 2015

Misfortune Month April 2013

Misfortune Month April 2013 --- ===
Timeline Security Incidents 2013 ---



1 injured, paid restitution April 3, 2013 Oakland to pay $275000 for mistaken police shooting of teen SFGate  The city of Oakland agreed to pay $275,000 to settle lawsuits filed in connection with the police shooting of a 16-year-old boy who was mistaken for a robbery suspect.  police shooting of a 16-year-old boy who was mistaken for a robbery suspect. Frenswa Raynor, who suffered a graze wound to his lower jaw when he was shot by Officer Bryan Clifford in 2013, will receive $230,000, while a teen who was present at the time will receive $45,000. April 3, 2013 incident began after police responded to reports that an employee at Le Cheval, a restaurant at 10th and Clay streets, had been robbed at knifepoint by a group of teenage boys. Clifford, who was a field training officer, opened fire because he saw the teen “make a sweeping motion toward his waistband

April 3, 2013 in Witry-les-Reims (Marne) France four people were killed and another seriously injured in an explosion that was thought to be caused by gas, causing a partial collapse of the building housing the housing. The April 3rd explosion was not reported outside of French press while the April 28 got worldwide coverage.

April 4, 2013  Truck Accidentally Crashes Into Saudi Airport Lounge Killing Two Iranian Pilgrims information nigeria  A service truck driven by a Nepalese man crashed into a passenger lounge at Jeddah international airport in Saudi Arabia, killing two Iranian pilgrims and injuring four others, reports said on Friday. The truck crashed through the glass panes of the King Abdulaziz International Airport terminal on Thursday.

2 killed in shooting at daycare school April 5, 2013 Quebec Gatineau Daycare Shooting 2 Dead in Gatineau Quebec, gunman Robert Charron told staff to take the 53 children there to safety before he opened fire with a shotgun he had registered for hunting. He had just separated with the daycare director, whom he doused her and her office with flammable liquid but didn’t manage to set either on fire. Employee 38-year-old Neil Galliou was killed.

April 6, 2013 Kou Thao fatally shot and dismembers Tong Pao in WI In Milwaukee, police investigated a missing person, and were told that Kou Thao, a homeless man had murdered a man and taken the body to Milwaukee. Thao, who lives in Wasau,  Wisconsin was arrested at a Milwaukee home on April 6. The dismembered body of Ton Pao Hang, 58 of St. Paul was found 13 days later  A motive in the killing was unclear. 

April 10, 2013 1 killed by police, 5 held hostage Georgia Gunman Fake Medical Call Holds 5 Firefighters Hostage

April 15, 2013  Boston Marathon Bombings During the Boston Marathon, two pressure cooker bombs exploded at 2:49 pm EDT killing 3 people and injuring an estimated 264 others.

Rifle Shoots Silicon Valley Substation and Fiber Optic Cable Cut April 17, 2013 At 1:46 a.m gunshots were heard when a high powered rifle was used to damage a Silicon Valley power substation in what was treated as an act of vandalism. Just a quarter hour before, fiber optic cables belonging to AT&T about a half-mile away were cut in what officials believe was a related incident.

April 16, 2013, Randolph Linn, 52, of St. Joe, Indiana was sentenced to 20 years in prison and ordered to pay $1.4 million. September 30. 2012 Randy T. Linn Toledo Mosque Arson Randy T. Linn admitted setting fire to an Ohio mosque because he wanted revenge for the killings of American troops overseas. He drove from his Indiana home to the suburban Toledo mosque and burned a prayer rug, causing extensive damage in the building.

April 24, 2013 Fuel barges explode at night in Mobile Alabama shipyard, injuring workers who are badly burned. It is quickly blamed on sparks by anonymous callers rather than terrorism.

April 26, 2013 Evans City Bus Driver Stops On Train Tracks, Killing 2 In Evans City Pennsylvania, a 12 seat Butler Area Rural Transit bus which provided transportation for people with disabilities suddenly stopped on the tracks for no reason at a crossing. It was struck by a train which tried to stop in the fog and struck the bus. A video shows the passengers warning the driver of an oncoming train and bracing for the collision. Two elderly persons later died of their injuries. Bus driver, 59-year old Frank Schaeffner faced charges including vehicular homicide and manslaughter. Police reported that Schaffner never slowed down, and never looked as he crossed the railroad tracks. He turned himself into police May 9th and was out of jail on $15,000 secured bond and was not seeking a plea deal.

France Apartment Explosion April 2013 Sunday, April 28, 2013.  At least three people were killed and 14 others injured in a huge explosion in Reims France. blast destroyed 10 apartments in the four-story building  "We don't know the cause of the explosion. It was probably due to gas," Reims mayor Adeline Hazan said at the scene This is the second explosion in Reims in the past month.Another gas explosion hit Prague