Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Month of Misfortune October 2012

Month of Misfortune October 2012 --- ===
Timeline 2012 ---

Headlines

October 2, 2012
1 killed tortured 4 arrested October. 2, 2012 California marijuana dispensary owner tortured left in desert
Gunmen kill at least twenty students at a hostel away from the Federal Polytechnic campus in the northeastern Nigerian town of Mubi. (BBC)
A member of the People’s Majlis, the parliament of the Maldives, is found stabbed to death near his home. (BBC)
A bomb blast in southern Afghanistan kills a United States Army service member. (Los Angeles Times)
A minibus collides with a truck in the northern Philippine province of Ilocos Norte, killing at least 10 people. (AP via ABC News)
The number of confirmed deaths in the ferry collision in Hong Kong rises to 38. (BBC)
A U.S. Border Patrol agent is shot dead near the U.S.-Mexico border in the state of Arizona. A second agent was shot and is being treated for non-life threatening injuries. (BBC)
Several sources claim that a French spy killed Muammar Gaddafi in 2011; the motive to try to conceal Ghadaffi's financial support of Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 presidential election campaign.
October 4, 2012 State police at Lehighton reported on several criminal mischief incidents.
October 16, 2012 Raulie Casteel Michigan Terrorist Freeway Shootings Raulie Casteel shot at 24 vehicles along the I-96 corridor over three days.
Wednesday October 24, 2012 World Changers Church Shooting Fatal shooting of pastor by former employee Floyd Palmer at World Changers Church International in Fulton County, Georgia.
Sunday October 28, 2012 Two charged when an Arkansas man purposefully steered a stolen car into a group of joggers. 3 injured including the provost of Southeast Missouri State University, no motive given
Monday October 29, 2012 Derrick Anthony Birdow rams his car into church, attacks and kills Rev. Danny Kirk Sr., the African American founding pastor with a guitar, then dies in police custody.
Tuesday 1 murder or suicide 1 arrest October 30, 2012 Attorneys: Exorcism drove confession in IHOP death or apparent suicide Saturday, October 25 AP - Bill DraperAttorneys say exorcism prompted man to falsely confess to killing prayer group leader's wife.



Detail:

October 2, 2012


1 killed tortured 4 arrested October. 2, 2012 California marijuana dispensary owner tortured left in desert Handley, Nayeri and Ryan Kevorkian went to the man's Newport Beach home, stole cash, bound and beat him and kidnapped him along with his roommate's girlfriend, then drove them out to a desert spot in a van, Four people are accused of torturing a California marijuana dispensary owner with a blowtorch and cutting off his penis in an attempt to force him to reveal where he had buried piles of cash in the desert...believed the victim was hiding money and left him for dead on the side of the road, Orange County authorities said in announcing the case Friday. Ryan Anthony Kevorkian, 34, and his wife Naomi Josette Kevorkian, 33, were arrested Friday in Fresno, a day after the FBI arrested 34-year-old Hossein Nayeri in Prague in the Czech Republic, the district attorney's office and Newport Beach police said in a joint statement....cHandley, 34, was arrested in October of last year...charged with kidnapping for ransom, aggravated mayhem, torture, burglary and a sentencing enhancement for inflicting great bodily injury
Gunmen kill at least twenty students at a hostel away from the Federal Polytechnic campus in the northeastern Nigerian town of Mubi. (BBC)
A member of the People’s Majlis, the parliament of the Maldives, is found stabbed to death near his home. (BBC)
A bomb blast in southern Afghanistan kills a United States Army service member. (Los Angeles Times)
A minibus collides with a truck in the northern Philippine province of Ilocos Norte, killing at least 10 people. (AP via ABC News)
The number of confirmed deaths in the ferry collision in Hong Kong rises to 38. (BBC)
Health and environment
A European Commission report draft estimates the investment needed for increasing the safety of Europe's 134 power station nuclear reactors at 10 to 25 billion euro. The full report on the stress tests is to be debated by EU ministers later this month. (Reuters) (PDF)
Law and crime
A U.S. Border Patrol agent is shot dead near the U.S.-Mexico border in the state of Arizona. A second agent was shot and is being treated for non-life threatening injuries. (BBC)
Several sources claim that a French spy killed Muammar Gaddafi in 2011; the motive to try to conceal Ghadaffi's financial support of Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 presidential election campaign. A French source dismisses the story as "nonsense". (Hindustan Times) (France 24)

October 4, 2012 State police at Lehighton reported on several criminal mischief incidents. Troopers vehicles owned by Anthony Camaerei, 31, and Sidney Cruz, 50 were spray painted overnight of Sept. 28-29.

October 16, 2012 Raulie Casteel Michigan Terrorist Freeway Shootings Raulie Casteel shot at 24 vehicles along the I-96 corridor over three days. One victim was struck in the buttocks and suffered a nonfatal injury; 23 others were uninjured. He was sentenced to 16 up to 40 years on terrorism charges. His cover story testifying in his own defense was that he was consumed with anxiety while in traffic, most likely from undiagnosed delusions. He said he believed drivers were part of a government conspiracy against him. In June of 2012, Kentucky police responded to his spurious complaints of low-flying planes when no one else complained.

Wednesday October 24, 2012 World Changers Church Shooting Fatal shooting of pastor by former employee Floyd Palmer at World Changers Church International in Fulton County, Georgia. Palmer was charges included homicide murder, felony murder, aggravated assault - murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Palmer was accused of attempted murder in 2011. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of assault and was sentenced to several years in a psychiatric hospital.

October 29, 2012 Monday October 29, 2012 Rev. Danny Kirk Sr., the African American founding pastor of the Greater Sweethome Missionary Church in North Texas 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. Birdow had a string of previous convictions. Church member Shanellia Harris Birdow said her husband who had only attended services a few times need treatment for mental illness, and she did not know why her husband attacked the minister.

October 25,  2012 2 children killed, nanny suspect arrested Yoselyn Ortega Killer Nanny and Deaths of Lucia and Leo Krim Lucia and Leo Krim were killed at the La Rochelle apartment building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. The children's part-time nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, is accused of stabbing. found at the scene with her throat cut in a suicide attempt Ortega told authorities that she hurt the children because she was having money problems and was angry at the parents.  She said her schedule constantly shifted, she had to act as a cleaning lady though she didn't want to and she missed an appointment with 'the psych,' according to the papers.  deemed by two New York state psychiatrists to be mentally competent to stand trial.[7] She was incarcerated at a New York City psychiatric hospital and preparing for trial with a court-appointed public defender.

Monday, October 29, 2012 Cape Girardeau police say it was no accident: An Arkansas man purposefully steered a stolen car into a group of joggers Sunday morning, 3 injured... including the provost of Southeast Missouri State University... no motive... two Arkansas men charged in the crime, Vincent T. Anderson of Little Rock and his alleged accomplice, Marcus E. Jones of Cotton Plant. But the men were in custody shortly after the car struck three of the six runners, including university provost Ron Rosati... faces five felony counts, including three for first-degree assault along with tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. Anderson also faces a misdemeanor charge of leaving the scene of an accident. He was being held on a $75,000 cash-only bond, Smith said.
source: http://www.semissourian.com/story/1908475.html tags: deliberate accident


1 murder or suicide 1 arrest October 30, 2012 Attorneys: Exorcism drove confession in IHOP death or apparent suicide Saturday, October 25 AP - Bill DraperAttorneys say exorcism prompted man to falsely confess to killing prayer group leader's wife. A suburban Kansas City man who confessed to killing the wife of his prayer group leader had just undergone an exorcism to expel demons when he gave his account to police, his attorneys said in a motion to exclude those statements from his trial next month. Micah Moore, 25, formerly of Grandview, wasn't in his right mind in November 2012 when he confessed to killing Bethany Deaton, his attorneys said, and he recanted it after getting some sleep.Deaton's body was found inside her locked minivan at Longview Lake MO on Oct. 30, 2012, with her death staged to look like suicide with a loosely tied bag over her head and a suicide note and empty 100-count bottle of acetaminophen nearby. It had been ruled suicide until the confession. tags: clergy victim, recanted confession, exorcism, Missouri