Thursday, May 26, 2016

Monthly Misfortune July 2010

Monthly Misfortune July 2010 --- ===
Misfortune Timeline 2010 ---


Headlines


  1. 6 killed July 22, 2010 California jury rules Greyhound not to blame in deadly crash into overturned SUV March 24, 2015 Associated Press  Greyhound was not responsible in the deaths of the three young women who were in an SUV that had overturned on a highway before the bus crashed into it
  2. July 21, 2010 Southern Poverty Law Center  Attorney Todd Getgen is shot to death at a gun range in Cumberland County, Penn., and his weapon, a silenced AR-15 rifle, is stolen by  prison guard Raymond Peake  intended to overthrow the government.
  3. 1 killed (suspect) motive: hatred of ACLU, Tides foundation fueled by conspiracy media like Alex Jones 2010 Oakland freeway shootout  July 18, 2010, when two California Highway Patrol officers on I-580 in Oakland, California, attempted to stop Byron Williams, whose speeding pickup truck was seen on westbound Interstate 580 weaving through traffic. 
  4. Uganda World Cup Soccer Bombing Sunday July 11, 2010 Twin bomb blasts characteristic of international Islamist terrorists struck fans at a bar and ruby club in Uganda's capital city of Uganda who were watch the World Soccer Club. 


Details

6 killed July 22, 2010 California jury rules Greyhound not to blame in deadly crash March 24, 2015 Associated PressGreyhound bus crash on Highway 99 in Fresno, Calif., that killed at least six people and injured many others on July 22, 2010.FRESNO, Calif. — Greyhound Bus is not at fault in a 2010 deadly crash in Fresno that killed six people, including the driver and two passengers, a jury ruled Tuesday. The jury ruled that Greyhound was not responsible in the deaths of the three young women who were in an SUV that had overturned on a highway before the bus crashed into it, the Fresno Bee reported alifornia Highway Patrol, blamed Garay, saying she was drunk when she overturned the SUV. bus company has counter-sued, saying Garay's mother shouldn't have loaned the SUV to her daughter. killed were  occupants of an overturned SUV: Sylvia Garay, 18, of Dinuba; and Vanessa Gonzalez, 19, and Stephanie Cordoba, 20, both of Fresno. Bus driver James Jewett and two bus passengers also were killed.


July 21, 2010 Southern Poverty Law Center  Attorney Todd Getgen is shot to death at a gun range in Cumberland County, Penn., and his weapon, a silenced AR-15 rifle, is stolen. Authorities arrest prison guard Raymond Peake nine days later, saying Peake was trying to accumulate weapons for an unnamed organization that intended to overthrow the government. Fellow prison guard Thomas Tuso is also arrested for allegedly helping Peake hide Getgen’s custom-built weapon. Peake is sentenced in 2012 to life in prison. Tuso is sentenced in 2013 to 11 to 23 months in prison.

July 18, 2010 Byron Williams Far Right Terrorist Oakland freeway shootout Two California Highway Patrol officers on I-580 in Oakland, California, attempted to stop Byron Williams, whose speeding pickup truck was seen on westbound Interstate 580 weaving through traffic. Williams, a multiple-felon, who had previously been convicted twice for bank robbery, was stopped after a CHP officer purportedly observed him weaving at excessive speed on the 580 west bound. Williams yielded near the Harrison Street on ramp. After being approached by the officer, Williams or the officer began firing with a handgun. Williams, who purported to have received a gunshot wound to the back of his head, fired three rounds with his 9mm handgun. As additional CHP officers arrived on scene, more gunfire ensued. Williams then started firing an M1A .308 rifle at the officers. He reloaded the rifle once, firing a total of seven .308 rounds. He was wearing a bulletproof vest which was not impacted during the entire exchange, although the CHP fired a collective 198 rounds from pistols, shotguns, and .223 rifles. Williams did not surrender until he was struck by numerous bullets.  Williams survives the 12-minute shootout, but is struck several times by police bullets; he inflicts minor injuries on two officers


Uganda World Cup Soccer Bombing Sunday July 11, 2010 Twin bomb blasts characteristic of international Islamist terrorists struck fans at a bar and ruby club in Uganda's capital city of Uganda who were watch the World Soccer Club. No group claimed credit, but suspicion fell on the Somali al Shabaab group which had vowed revenge for sending troops to their nation. An al Shabaab commander Sheikh Yusuf Isse praised the attacks from Somalia, but would not confirm his group was responsible. “We know Uganda is against Islam and so we are very happy at what has happened in Kampala. That is the best news we ever heard” 11 July 2010. The attacks left 74 dead and 70 injured Uganda al-Shabab World Cup bomb mastermind found guilty BBC News The mastermind of the 2010 bomb attacks in Uganda's capital, Kampala, which killed 74 people, has been found guilty of terrorism. Ugandan Isa Ahmed Luyima was one of seven to be convicted on this charge. The Somalia-based Islamist militant group al-Shabab said it was behind the bombings, which happened during a screening of the World Cup final. Thirteen men were standing trial on charges relating to the attack on two sites, a rugby club and an Ethiopian restaurant. July 2010 Kampala attacks - Wikipediasuicide bombings carried out against crowds watching a screening of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final match at two locations in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, on 11 July 2010. The attacks left 74 dead and 70 injured. Al-Shabaab, an Islamist militia based in Somalia that has ties to Al-Qaeda, claimed responsibility for the blasts as retaliation for Ugandan support for AMISOM. The first bombing was carried out at a restaurant called the Ethiopian Village Uganda bomb blasts kill at least 74 | World news | The Guardian At least 74 people were killed in the twin bombings in Kampala on ... on top of a lion statue at the gates to the Ethiopian Village restaurant. ‘I Was Tortured to Confess Masterminding Kampala Bombings’ 24th June 2015 Isa Ahmed Luyima, one of the 13 suspects in the July 11 2010 Lugogo bombings has narrated to court how he was tortured by Kenyan, Ugandan and FBI operatives in a bid to confess having masterminded the terror attack.