Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Daily Misfortune Wednesday Jaunary 11, 2017

Daily Misfortune Wednesday Jaunary 11, 2017 --- ===
List: 
  1. terror: mental illness, Islamist injured: 0 11 January 2017   Mentally ill gunman screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ opens fire in Spanish supermarket while wearing ‘suicide vest’ filled with gasoline and gunpowder 
  2. crime: 3 killed sentence: life  July 30,  2016 shooting Allen Ivanov Mukilteo mass shooter sentenced to life in prison Seattle WA 
  3. Mendocino Coast head-on crash injures two Santa Rosa CA 
  4. War in Afghanistan At least 11 people are killed in a bombing in Kandahar, including five UAE diplomats. (Al Jazeera)
  5. Taiwan scrambles navy ships and jets as Chinese warships, led by the aircraft carrier Liaoning, sail through the Taiwan Strait following exercises in the South China Sea(Reuters)Arts and culture
  6. As the homicide rate in El Salvador declines, the country records its first day in the last two years without a homicide. (CNN)
  7. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction releases a report on Afghanistan, saying that the Afghan Armed Forces are not capable of securing the country and have lost more territory to the Taliban, the most since the United States invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty)

*Details

  1. terror: mental illness, Islamist injured: 0 11 January 2017   Mentally ill gunman screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ opens fire in Spanish supermarket while wearing ‘suicide vest’ filled with gasoline and gunpowder Daily Mail UK  A man walked into the Mercadona shop and began firing shots into the air The gunman was also reportedly carrying gasoline and gunpowder has psychological issues and lives next door According to local media, officers emerged with a seized vest The attacker, who was reportedly carrying gasoline and gunpowder, walked into the Mercadona shop, in the As Lagoas region of the northwestern region Ourense, before opening firing shots into the air.  did not result in any injuries but left many extremely shaken.
  2. led sentence: life July 30, 2016 shooting Allen Ivanov sentenced to life in prison Seattle WA Allen Ivanov apologizes as he is sentenced to life for killing 3 at Mukilteo party The 20-year-old whose jealous rage drove him to kill three former high-school schoolmates last year in Mukilteo has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of release. Ivanov avoided the death penalty by pleading guilty to the shootings. 
  3. Mendocino Coast head-on crash injures two Santa Rosa Press Democrat Roberto Gloria, 62, of Albion, suffered major injuries when his Volvo was struck head-on by a Honda Accord driven by Joshua Hoefer, 38, of Fort ... 
  4. War in Afghanistan At least 11 people are killed in a bombing in Kandahar, including five UAE diplomats. (Al Jazeera)
  5. Taiwan scrambles navy ships and jets as Chinese warships, led by the aircraft carrier Liaoning, sail through the Taiwan Strait following exercises in the South China Sea. (Reuters)Arts and culture
  6. As the homicide rate in El Salvador declines, the country records its first day in the last two years without a homicide. (CNN)
  7. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction releases a report on Afghanistan, saying that the Afghan Armed Forces are not capable of securing the country and have lost more territory to the Taliban, the most since the United States invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty)

                                *History

                                1. crash: head-on killed: 1 January 10, 2017 Teenager dead after poor weather not deliberate 16 yr old head-on crash with Sheriff's Deputy cruiser  KBJR  A teenager is dead after a head-on crash with a sheriff's deputy cruiser in Itasca County.. and poor road conditions may have been a factor.  Sheriff's Deputy was responding to a medical call, when a westbound car crossed the center line, colliding with the cruiser.
                                2. crime: murder by stabbing killed: 1  December 18, 2016  Prosecutors dismissed his domestic violence charges. Then, police say, he killed his wife. Washington Post  Prosecutors dismissed his domestic violence charges. Then, police say, he killed his wife.  For years, friends said, Tara O'Shea-Watson had been a victim of domestic violence. She had shown up on their doorsteps, battered and bloodied after alleged violent encounters with her estranged husband, they said. On Dec. 18, just a month after the domestic-violence charges were dismissed, authorities said Jeremiah Monell stabbed O’Shea-Watson numerous times in her body, face and neck, killing her, according to a criminal complaint.  month before Monell was accused of killing O’Shea-Watson, prosecutors had dismissed the burglary and domestic-violence charges relating to an April 2016 incident, in which authorities said Monell broke into O’Shea-Watson’s home and assaulted her, according to the Daily Journal.  Monell was indicted on a charge of second-degree burglary and fourth-degree criminal contempt because he was found to be in violation of the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act.  It is unclear why the charges were dismissed.
                                3. Titan II Damascus Arkansas  Missile Accident - The Military Standard  Titan II Silo Accident in Damascus Arkansas. On September 19, 1980 during routine maintenance in a Titan II silo, an Air Force repairman dropped a heavy wrench socket wrench which punched a hole  causing a leak from a pressurized fuel tank. The missile complex and the surrounding area were evacuated and a team of specialists was called in from Little Rock Air Force Base, the missile's main support base. About 8 1/2 hours after initial puncture, fuel vapors within the silo ignited and exploded. The explosion fatally injured one member of the team. Twenty-one other USAF personnel were injured. The missile's reentry vehicle, which contained a nuclear warhead, was recovered intact. There was no radioactive contamination. According to the Center for Defense Information(CDI): The explosion of volatile fuel blew off the 740 ton silo door of reinforced concrete and steel and catapulted the warhead 600 feet. It is estimated that Titan II ICBMs carry a 9 megaton warhead. Although it was stated that there has never been an accidental nuclear explosion, many believe that there might have been a small and real probability the 9 megaton warhead could have caused substantial and lasting damage to  the region had it somehow detonated. Man who survived Titan missile explosion in 1980Florida Today Jeff Devlin is one of several Brevard men who survived a Titan II missile explosion in Arkansas that is the subject of a book and documentary. Video by Tim Shortt. Posted Jan. 7, 2016.PBS explores 1980 nuclear threat triggered by socket wrenchAssociated Press via Yahoo News For about 10 hours in 1980, the United States faced a nuclear threat of its own making after an airman performing maintenance on a Titan II missile dropped a 9-pound socket ..

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                                1. crime:  January 10, 2017 2 killed, suspect on loose after stabbing at Wheaton mall WTOP Detectives are searching for a suspect in a double homicide committed in broad daylight at a busy shopping center Tuesday. Police respond after a stabbing at Westfield Wheaton Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017.
                                2. crash: head-on killed: 1 injured: 3  Jan 10, 2017  Head-on crash near Brockton kills 1, sends 3 to hospital KTVQ Billings News A head-on collision Tuesday morning near Brockton left one man dead and sent three people to the hospital. The crash happened around 9:15 a.m. ..
                                3. terror: Jan 10, 2017 Did Fort Lauderdale gunman plan to attack New York on New Year's Eve?  Daily Mail UK Iraq vet who killed five had booked a ticket to the city but cancelled it  Officials tell ABC News that Esteban Santiago originally planned to fly to New York City on New Year's Eve But he later cancelled the ticket and then bought a one-way ticket to Ft. Lauderdale..   unclear whether he was planning a terror attack in Manhattan.. NYPD presence may have dissuaded him from travelling there  Santiago has allegedly told investigators that he planned Friday's deadly shooting in advance By Ashley Collman For Dailymail.com and Associated Press  But the 26-year-old Iraq war veteran cancelled the flight a few days later and instead booked a $278 one-way ticket from his home in Anchorage, Alaska to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 
                                4. terror: 57 killed January 10, 2017  Five UAE officials among 57 killed in 3 Afghanistan bombings - Al-Monitor   Five UAE officials were among 57 people killed in a string of bombings across Afghancities, authorities said Wednesday, as Taliban militants ... Emiratis were among 12 people killed when explosives hidden in a sofa detonated inside the governor's compound in southern Kandahar on Tuesday, while the UAE's ambassador to Afghanistan escaped the attack with injuries.  Just hours before, twin Taliban blasts in Kabul tore through a parliament annexe, which houses the offices of lawmakers, killing at least 38 people and wounding around 86 others.  And earlier Tuesday, a Taliban suicide bomber killed seven people in Lashkar Gah, the capital of volatile Helmand province, as the militants ramp up nationwide attacks in frigid winter months, when fighting usually wanes.
                                5. crash: head-on injured: 1 January 9, 2017 Mendocino Coast head-on crash too fast for rainy curve injures two Santa Rosa Press Democrat Roberto Gloria, 62, of Albion, suffered major injuries when his Volvo was struck head-on by a Honda Accord driven by Joshua Hoefer, 38, of Fort ... Monday evening. Roberto Gloria, 62, of Albion, suffered major injuries when his Volvo was struck head-on by a Honda Accord driven by Joshua Hoefer, 38, of Fort Bragg, according to the CHP.  Hoefer was entering a curve north of Albion at about 60 mph when he lost control of his car on the wet road, 
                                6. crime: shooting killed: 1 January 9, 2017 Man dies after shooting on Cornwall Avenue The Buffalo News A 46-year-old Buffalo man was fatally wounded in a shooting just after 4 p.m. Monday in the first block of Cornwall Avenue, near East Ferry Street, ...
                                7. crime: shooting killed: 1 injured: 1 January 9, 2017 Man killed, another wounded in Gentilly shooting on New York Street: NOPD NOLA.com  New Orleans police at the scene of a double shooting near the intersection of New York and Arts streets. 27-year-old man was killed and a 23-year-old man wounded in a shooting Monday night (Jan. 9) in the 2500 block of New York Street in Gentilly, according to NOPD. One victim had a gunshot wound to the stomach
                                8. crash: head-on killed: 1 January 9, 2017 Driver fatally injured in head-on  rash UpperMichigansSource.com FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) - Deputies from the Houghton County Sheriff's Department were called to a two vehicle crash on M-26 near ...One dead in head-on collision - ABC 10 News NOW
                                9. August 9 1965 53 killed 2 injured Titan II Accident Searcy AR  (source: Military Standard) While undergoing upgrades on a fully fueled but no warhead Titan II missile, a civilian welder accidentally torched a hydraulic line which caused a fire. Most casualties were due to fire and smoke. The escape system was not designed to rapidly evacuate 50 people, and loss of power shut down the elevator. The fully fueled missile which had the warhead removed (one of which exploded in Damascus Arkansas with a warhead on September 19, 1980 when a repairman dropped a heavy wrench socket which punched a hole in a fuel tank) was not damaged. 



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                                  *History

                                  1. Titan II Damascus Arkansas  Missile Accident - The Military Standard  Titan II Silo Accident in Damascus Arkansas. On September 19, 1980 during routine maintenance in a Titan II silo, an Air Force repairman dropped a heavy wrench socket wrench which punched a hole  causing a leak from a pressurized fuel tank. The missile complex and the surrounding area were evacuated and a team of specialists was called in from Little Rock Air Force Base, the missile's main support base. About 8 1/2 hours after initial puncture, fuel vapors within the silo ignited and exploded. The explosion fatally injured one member of the team. Twenty-one other USAF personnel were injured. The missile's reentry vehicle, which contained a nuclear warhead, was recovered intact. There was no radioactive contamination. According to the Center for Defense Information(CDI): The explosion of volatile fuel blew off the 740 ton silo door of reinforced concrete and steel and catapulted the warhead 600 feet. It is estimated that Titan II ICBMs carry a 9 megaton warhead. Although it was stated that there has never been an accidental nuclear explosion, many believe that there might have been a small and real probability the 9 megaton warhead could have caused substantial and lasting damage to  the region had it somehow detonated. Man who survived Titan missile explosion in 1980Florida Today Jeff Devlin is one of several Brevard men who survived a Titan II missile explosion in Arkansas that is the subject of a book and documentary. Video by Tim Shortt. Posted Jan. 7, 2016.PBS explores 1980 nuclear threat triggered by socket wrenchAssociated Press via Yahoo News For about 10 hours in 1980, the United States faced a nuclear threat of its own making after an airman performing maintenance on a Titan II missile dropped a 9-pound socket ...
                                  2. August 9 1965 53 killed 2 injured Titan II Accident Searcy AR  (source: Military Standard) While undergoing upgrades on a fully fueled but no warhead Titan II missile, a civilian welder accidentally torched a hydraulic line which caused a fire. Most casualties were due to fire and smoke. The escape system was not designed to rapidly evacuate 50 people, and loss of power shut down the elevator. The fully fueled missile which had the warhead removed (one of which exploded in Damascus Arkansas with a warhead on September 19, 1980 when a repairman dropped a heavy wrench socket which punched a hole in a fuel tank) was not damaged