Judge Orders Teen Who Started Massive Eagle Creek Fire to Pay $36 Million

If you follow this link you’ll discover that the unidentified teen in trouble is not an illegal immigrant or a black, but a legal immigrant from the Ukraine.

This case appears to show that even white immigrants lack the common sense that Americans who’ve been here for generations possess about the dangers of forest fires. Smoky Bear and all that.

It sure would be beneficial to the country if all immigration were curtailed for say 10 years, which I believe Ann Coulter advocates.

Oregon Live

A judge has ordered a teen who admitted to starting a fire that swept through the Columbia River Gorge last year to pay over $36 million but acknowledges the teen can’t pay the sum in full.

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Negress Starts Massive Fire After Losing Home in Divorce, then Walks to Walmart with her Cats

Here’s a good reason to prefer not to live in the same neighborhood with a jigaboo family.


PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. – State fire investigators said a Paulding County woman set her house on fire, causing the flames to spread to 19 other houses, including Auzalea Godfrey’s.

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ICE Director: Suspected Wine Country Arsonist Is Illegal Alien Mexican National


Californians are reaping the fruits of their foolishness. Offering so-called sanctuary to POS criminal aliens in the name of “inclusion” is one of the worst ideas imaginable. I feel sorry for all the wildlife and forest destroyed by the California fires, but I don’t feel sorry for the people, except for the small number of conservatives.

To our conservative friends in California, we offer one word of advice: LEAVE!


WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Tom Homan confirmed on Thursday that a man arrested in connection with setting a fire in Sonoma County Wine Country is an illegal alien from Mexico who has been twice returned to his “home country.”

Homan also confirmed that ICE has issued detainer requests for Jesus Fabian Gonzalez five times now in the past year alone, including the one issued on October 16 in relation to his most recent arrest on suspicion of arson. All of the arrests were made “by Sonoma County on various felony and misdemeanor charges,” according to Homan.

Sonoma County is considered a sanctuary jurisdiction and does not fully cooperate with federal immigration officials. That includes not honoring ICE detainer requests. “ICE was never notified of Mr. Gonzalez’ various releases,” Homan wrote in the statement regarding Gonzalez.

There were several fires in the region, and it is not clear what role the fires Gonzales allegedly set played in the overall disaster.

Homan’s public statement highlights the lack of cooperation from Sonoma County officials and the devastating wildfires that have ravaged the region:

Once again, a non-cooperative jurisdiction has left their community vulnerable to dangerous individuals and preventable crimes. ICE lodged a detainer against Jesus Gonzalez with Sonoma County jail officials on October 16, following his arrest on felony charges for maliciously setting fire to a property. This is especially troubling in light of the massive wildfires already devastating the region. Over the past year, ICE has lodged detainers against Mr. Gonzalez after four separate arrests by Sonoma County on various felony and misdemeanor charges. ICE was never notified of Mr. Gonzalez’ various releases. Additionally, Mr. Gonzales has been returned to his home country of Mexico on two separate occasions. The residents of Sonoma County, and the state of California, deserve better than policies that expose them to avoidable dangers. Non-cooperation policies – now enshrined in California state law – ensure only one thing: criminals who would otherwise be deported will be released and left free to reoffend as they please.

California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law a bill that makes California a sanctuary state.

Burned out homeowners should sue the governor, the state, and local officials behind the “sanctuary” madness.

Canadian Police Search for 3 Sh*tskin Youths Who Tried to Set 2 White Boys on Fire

Fire and acid are becoming the weapons of choice for nonwhites to use against white people.

CBC Canada

Toronto police are searching for three people they believe are violent and dangerous after one of them allegedly doused two teenagers with gasoline and tried to set them on fire outside Agincourt Mall last week.

Police responded to a call for an assault in the mall parking lot shortly after 9 p.m. last Monday. Officers say two 18-year-old men were confronted by two men and a woman and got into an argument.

At that point, police allege one of the two men they’re looking for got a can of gasoline from his car, poured the liquid all over the teens and tried to light them on fire.

The three people are described as between 20 and 30.

Police say if you see them, do not approach them and call 911 immediately.

Jewish Student Accused of Setting Dorm Lobby Fire Claims Lack of Intent to Harm


The Tulane University student pictured above admits to setting a dorm fire that could have killed hundreds of his fellow students. Jew Schwartzberg attends a university that is heavily Jewish. Many of those killed would have been Jews. Schwartzberg’s rabbi needs to give him a good dressing down.

No motive has been offered for why the fire was set, but the accused denies any harmful intent.


It’s hard to see anything other than harmful intent.

Does the Talmud allow Jews to lie?


Surveillance video captured Monday (Oct. 2) at a Tulane University dorm showed a man authorities have since identified as a freshman student who lived there start a small trash fire in the 6th floor lobby, Tulane police said.

Further review of footage showed the same student attempted earlier on Monday to “set a ceiling tile on fire” on the same floor of his dorm, the Sharp Hall Residential complex, a Tulane University Police Department detective wrote in a summary the case.

Garrett Schwartzberg, 18, was booked into the Orleans Justice Center jail Tuesday on suspicion of aggravated arson, his booking records show. Tulane spokesman Mike Strecker confirmed Schwartzberg is a freshman at the university. Strecker, citing student privacy laws, said the school could not comment whether any disciplinary action has been taken. His booking documents list Sharp Hall’s Freret Street address as his residence.

Orleans Parish Magistrate Commissioner Albert Thibodeaux on Tuesday set Schwartzberg’s bond at $25,000, court records show. As of Thursday morning, records showed the student had bonded out of jail. The Orleans Public Defender’s office represented him at his first appearance Tuesday. Private defense attorney Brian Capitelli represented him in a hearing Thursday afternoon.

“The charges for which my client was arrested do not in any way reflect the facts,” Capitelli said Thursday over the phone. “There was never any intent to harm anyone or cause any damage at any point in time.”

A statement sworn by Det. David Harris with Tulane police says when investigators identified Schwartzberg as the man who set the fires and located him, they read him his Miranda Rights and Schwartzberg “confessed to the attempt incident” and to the “second incident that resulted in the actual fire taking place.”

The trash fire was set in the “elevator lobby area” at Sharp Hall, 6401 Freret St., which the police report says houses 478 Tulane freshmen. Harris wrote the fire climbed up the wall, “causing scorch damage to it.”

The commissioner on Tuesday also ordered a stay-away order, though it was not immediately clear who the order bars Schwartzberg from contacting.

His next court hearing is set for Oct. 10.

Lawyer Capitelli, representing Schwartzberg, surely couldn’t have said what he said and keep a straight face. I guess the lawyer will next tell us that the accused merely wanted to roast marshmallows over a fire while singing Kumbayah with a group of his friends.