Update: Socialite Who Attacked Jew Charged with Hate Crime, Facing SEVEN YEARS IN PRISON


George Lincoln Rockwell’s murderer was released from prison after eight years.

Yet a woman who swung her purse at a Jew is going to prison for seven years?

Although we don’t like spoiled,entitled heiresses, it is true that Jackqueline’s victim escalated the situation.

I would say that about 30 hours of community service plus attendance at an anger management class would be about the right punishment for her.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

The millionaire heiress who is accused of hurling anti-Semitic slurs at a 77-year-old grandmother before attacking the woman’s son outside a restaurant on New Year’s Eve appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday.


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Daughter Who Marries Mother Pleads Guilty to Incest


Once marriage was devalued by making divorce easy, it was only a matter of time until many people began to treat marriage as a joke.

The Supreme Court ruling that legalized sodomite marriage is ultimately going to prove to be a slippery slope.

As the sodomites like to say, “Love is love.” So, if that’s the standard by which marriage is to be judged, then mom and daughter should be married. And if they want to add a beloved dog or horse to the marriage, why not.


An Oklahoma woman who last year married her biological mother who’d lost custody of her was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years probation after pleading guilty to incest, PEOPLE confirms.

Misty Velvet Dawn Spann, 26, was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday for a bench trial but ended up pleading guilty and admitting to marrying her mother, 44-year-old Patricia Ann Spann, the Tulsa World reports.

Two years of Misty’s deferred sentence of 10 years must be under the supervision of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, the outlet reports. She must also undergo counseling.

Patricia Spann, who is also charged with incest, is to appear in court in January. She was also once married to her son, who had the marriage annulled after claiming incest.

Patricia has pleaded not guilty and PEOPLE was unable to reach her attorney.

Patricia and Misty were both arrested on Sept. 12, 2016, after authorities discovered that the two were legally married.

Patricia told investigators she had lost custody of her three children when they were younger but reconnected with them in 2014. When she and Misty were reunited, Patricia allegedly said they “hit it off.”


Patricia told authorities that she allegedly “looked into” wedding her daughter and determined, erroneously, that marrying Misty would not violate the law because her name was not on an amended birth certificate created when she lost custody of her children.

Patricia is identified as Patricia Ann Clayton on their marriage license application, filed in March 2016 in Comanche County.

Incest in Oklahoma is a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

The marriage between Misty and her mother was annulled Oct. 12, six weeks after Misty filed for an annulment “by reason of illegality and fraud,” the Tulsa World reports.

Misty said at the time that her mother told her she had received legal advice indicating that their marriage was legal.

One of Patricia’s sons, Cody Spann, told PEOPLE previously that his mother is an alleged “predator” who “forced” his brother and sister to marry her – and threatened to kill them if they did not comply.

“I think she’s just a sick, twisted individual that has something messed up in her head,” Cody, 25, told PEOPLE last September. “Why would you want to be with one of your own kids? Patricia’s a very disgusting and horrible person.”

Cody said Patricia reentered the children’s lives in 2007 or 2008, claiming to be a friend rather than their biological mother. Cody said he, Patricia and his siblings spent some time in Texas where Patricia and Jody became close. The two eventually married, but when the family returned to Oklahoma, everyone learned the truth: that they were related.

“My grandmother looked at my brother and told him that was his mom,” Cody recalled. “My brother … said that he wanted to get away from her – that was not what he wanted. And she threatened to kill him. She threatened to poison him.”

He said Jody was allegedly “manipulated, forced and threatened” after he learned the truth. He said that after that marriage was annulled, Patricia set her sights on Misty, allegedly threatening her with poisoning and kidnapping if Misty refused.

“My sister was manipulated and scared into this. Was she an adult? Yes, she was. But my sister was scared,” Cody said.

Mom is only 44. She looks 20 years older.

Still unexplained is why she wants to marry her children. Power? Money?

Looking at mom, I’d speculate that she’s a heavy drug user.

Strangers on a Plane: Woman Caught Giving Man Oral Sex on Delta Flight

A flight to Detroit, eh?


Fox News

A man and a woman flew into some trouble Sunday night after they were reportedly caught engaging in a sexual act on a Delta flight from Los Angeles to Detroit.

The man, 28, and woman, 48, were not named, but both were issued citations, and the FBI is currently investigating the incident, according to Detoit’s WDIV-TV.

The woman was caught giving the man oral sex while the two were in their seats, the station further reported.

Both the man and woman were traveling to Detroit to catch separate connecting flights: He was going on to Miami, and she to Nashville. The two were reportedly strangers before meeting on the plane, officials told WDIV.

“The act itself is inappropriate in a public space,” one traveler told the station.

“There are children,” said another. “There are families. There are seniors. These things should be respected.”

The FBI said the investigation was underway and the two might be charged with a misdemeanor, or even a felony. The bureau said the charges could be issued as soon as Tuesday.

Delta Airlines has declined to comment on the incident.

Heavily Tatted Asian “Hot Felon” Gang Member Has Men Offering to Pay Her Bail


Presumably a Flip. Also a bisexual. Go for it, dummies, and watch how you end up in prison too.

New York Post

A California gang member’s mugshot has fans drooling on Facebook, with some even offering to pay to spring her from jail.

Mirella Ponce, who authorities said is a Tiny Rascal Gang member, was arrested Monday during a routine traffic stop in Fresno.

The tatted 20-year-old, who was with her infant and two other TRG gang members, was found in possession of a loaded stolen firearm during the stop.


She was arrested on two felony weapons charges, and another passenger was busted for an unrelated felony. Both were booked at Fresno County Jail.

The Fresno Police Department posted her mugshot, which quickly went viral, garnering more than 3,500 shares in just two days, with many fans thirsting over her good looks.


Other commenters went as far as offering to pay her bail, which is set at $100,000. “Ima just go bail her out. Free this hot gangster chick,” another wrote.

“How much the bail is I’ll pay it,” chimed in another.

Ponce is one of several “hot felons” who attracted attention on social media since Jeremy Meeks, now a model, was arrested in California.


Heavy has Mirella’s background covered nicely.

This one has “bad news” written all over her. Hopefully, the lovesick fools who have the hots for Mirella are nonwhite. If you’re white and you want her, you need to have your head examined.

Slain College Student Had Restraining Order Against Negro Boyfriend Who Was Out on Bail Facing Unrelated Rape Charges



Alina Sheykhet knew better. She was Russian as far as I can tell. The Russians know the score on sh*tskins. They hate them. They hate race mixers too.

So Sheykhet, in search of Big Black C*ck, because it’s cool to be a wigger in Pittsburg, found herself an ape.

The thing is that she didn’t know apes, or she bought the Hollywood bullsh*t about them, or she didn’t care. Once an ape can’t have you, no one will.

The pretty Russian girl played Russian roulette with a round in every chamber.

She lost.


New York Post

The brutal murder of a University of Pittsburgh student “could have been prevented” with better communication between counties and changes to the state’s bail system, according to a victim advocate in Pennsylvania.

Jennifer Storm, the state’s official victim advocate since 2013, outlined several steps to make it less likely that suspects awaiting trial would commit new crimes.

Her suggestions were made in connection to allegations against Matthew Darby, 21, who was arrested in South Carolina early Wednesday after his 20-year-old ex-girlfriend, Alina Sheykhet, was found dead in her off-campus apartment on Sunday by her father after she didn’t answer her phone. Paramedics at the scene said she died from blunt force trauma, police said.


“I think that this a horrific tragedy that could have been prevented,” Storm told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “If that knowledge doesn’t catapult people to be willing to make systematic changes in their counties, I don’t know what will.”

In February, Darby was charged with raping an ex-girlfriend in Indiana County. Several months later, he was charged with felony criminal trespass for allegedly breaking into Sheykhet’s apartment on Sept. 26. In both cases, he was released on $10,000 bond, and according to the newspaper, there’s no indication that officials in either county noticed the similar charges or communicated with each other.

Officials in Indiana County have indicated that an electronic notification system alerted them to the new trespassing charge, but details have not been provided. Officials ultimately decided not to consider pretrial detention until after a preliminary hearing in the new case, which has not yet happened, the Post-Gazette reports.

Storm’s recommendations include better “information sharing,” risk assessment software to suggest bail conditions, policies on responses when new charges are filed against released suspects, and giving police the ability to immediately arrest anyone suspected of violating bail conditions.

“I don’t know about you, but [a trespassing charge is] going to prompt me to investigate further,” Storm told the newspaper. “If they’d inquired, they would have found that he was at the bedroom door of a young female. That should send anyone’s skin crawling.”


Sheykhet, who police suspect was murdered by Darby using a claw hammer and two knives, had recently filed for and received a protection-from-abuse order against Darby, telling authorities that he climbed up a gutter to break into her apartment via a second-floor window.



“He did this because I left him and stopped answering his phone calls,” Sheykhet wrote, describing Darby as abusive, jealous and controlling.

Officials in Allegheny County’s Court Administrative Office and Pretrial Services, meanwhile, have not answered questions about their handling of the trespassing charge, according to the Post-Gazette.

“He has trespassed and come to the door of another female,” Storm told the newspaper. “He should have been incarcerated.”



You can see more photos and learn more about her at her Ask site: Ask.fm/alinasheykhet


Darby reminds me of dumb Tyrone:

NYC Cops Arrest Jewish Actress for Trying to Push Random Woman onto Subway Tracks


Actress Keira Keely has gotten good reviews for her acting. The fact that she’s an actress makes the job of police that much harder since she denies any aggression toward the alleged victim in this case.

It’s best to let the police and the courts sort out this mess. Good luck to them. Apparently, the security cameras weren’t working at the time the alleged push occurred. That’s not surprising given the diversity in employment among NYC government employees. It’s an example of the hidden costs of affirmative action.

New York Post

A 35-year-old actress who has starred in off-Broadway shows and played bit parts on TV allegedly tried to push a fellow straphanger into the path of a subway train at Union Square over the weekend, law enforcement sources told The Post.

Keira Keeley’s random target was 57-year-old Leonore Gonzalez of the Bronx, who was waiting on the 4, 5 and 6 train platform. Keeley allegedly walked up and shoved her from behind at 12:15 a.m. Saturday.

Gonzalez grabbed a pillar and narrowly avoided falling from the platform onto the tracks, police sources said.

A cop heard screaming on the platform, and was told by a witness that Keeley intentionally pushed her victim toward the tracks as a train was pulling in, according to the sources.

Gonzalez explained to cops that she didn’t see Keeley move toward her, but felt a push and quickly grabbed a pillar so she wouldn’t fall in front of the northbound train, according to sources.

She suffered a bruise on her right elbow and wrist, as well as back pain after the push, sources said.

The actress was arrested at the station, and initially claimed she’d simply bumped into Gonzalez, with whom she’d had no prior interaction — and even tried to grab her before she fell.

Keeley later told police she’d been out boozing with her boyfriend, Jeff, at the 12th Street Ale House in the East Village, where she threw back four glasses of wine before heading home to the Bronx, according to sources.

She admitted feeling “wiggly” and buzzed while waiting in the subway station, but denied pushing Gonzalez, sources said.

Keeley, who has no prior arrests, was charged with attempted assault with intent to injure with a weapon. Her bail was set at $7,500, which she posted Monday, records show.

Police sources said the incident was not caught on camera, but cops were planning to interview the train operator.

Keeley has performed in off-Broadway productions, including “The Glass Menagerie” in 2010 and “Angels in America: Parts 1 & 2” in 2011, according to her website.

“And the pellucid, trembling Keeley . . . is almost unbearably effective as a girl destined to have her heart crushed as surely as her glass unicorn figurine will be broken,” Time Out New York wrote of her “Glass Menagerie” performance.

She’s also made appearances in TV shows like “Elementary,” “Rubicon” and “The Path.”

Neighbor Freddie Santos, 18, said he saw her about a week ago “playing her guitar” for a couple of little kids in her Bronx building.

A woman who answered the door to Keeley’s apartment, where she lives alone, said the actress “is not here.”

In a followup story, the New York Post stated that the actress appeared glum in her court appearance. She certainly doesn’t look happy in the photo above.

New York City sure is a rathole.

Married Teacher’s Alleged Sex with Student Exposed after his Suicide Attempt


There’s no evidence available to the public to suggest that married mother of two, Jill Lemontagne, is guilty of anything. An accusation is not evidence. Unless the prosecution has naked photos, text messages, and such, we should follow the principle of “innocent until proven guilty.”

Excerpt from the Press Herald

A Kennebunk High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student has been indicted by a York County grand jury on 14 counts stemming from an investigation into the relationship, police said Wednesday.

Jill Lamontagne, 29, turned herself in to the Kennebunk Police on Wednesday after she was indicted Tuesday on six counts of gross sexual assault, two counts of unlawful sexual contact and six counts of abuse of a minor, police said.

The boy was under the age of 18 when the alleged sexual contact occurred. He had at one point been a student in Lamontagne’s health class, the school district previously said. She was released on $1,000 bail from the police station, Kennebunk Police said.

Scott Gardner, Lamontagne’s attorney, said his client denies the allegations and plans to plead not-guilty when she is arraigned Dec. 22 in York County Superior Court.

“The charges are completely untrue, period,” Gardner said. “These allegations arise from a high school rumor which consisted of the fantasies of an emotionally troubled 18-year-old.”

Lamontagne was placed on administrative leave June 12 when the family of a 17-year-old student notified school authorities he had sexual contact with her, RSU 21 Superintendent Katie Hawes said in June.

Shortly after she was placed on leave, Lamontagne filed for family medical leave with the district. Family medical leave laws allow an employee to take 12 weeks of leave during a 12-month period with supporting documentation provided by a doctor.

Lamontagne was still on leave when she tendered her resignation in early September, Hawes said. She did not return to the classroom this school year.

Details of the alleged relationship were disclosed in a protection from abuse order filed in Biddeford District Court by the student’s mother on the boy’s behalf.

The family sought the protection order two days after Lamontagne was placed on leave. It described how a sudden hospitalization for a suspected suicide attempt led the student to reveal the relationship to a family member, a registered nurse and a psychiatrist.

The Press Herald is not naming the student because he is the alleged victim of sexual assault.

A 2013 article published online in the Kennebunk High School newspaper said Lamontagne is a graduate of Kennebunk High School, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Maine, and her master’s degree from the University of New England.

In a narrative included in the protection order, the boy was admitted to the emergency room June 9 after taking ibuprofen, Tylenol, cold medicine and warfarin, a blood thinner. A day later, he admitted to his aunt that rumors about him and Lamontagne were true. He had previously denied the relationship.

“He stated it was all true and he was sorry, so sorry for all the bad things he did,” the boy’s mother wrote. “He said he loved her, he said it happened numerous times, in the classroom, at her house, in her car. She told him that she hadn’t had a sexual relationship in two years.”

The boy said Lamontagne performed oral sex on him, and that “other stuff happened.”

He also admitted to his mother that he had told two classmates what happened when he was “wasted,” according to the protection order, but that he shouldn’t have said anything because he didn’t want Lamontagne to go to jail.

He described one day when Lamontagne was attending a workshop after a half-day, and that she instructed him to meet her at her home, which is about 2 miles away, where they “fooled around,” according to the protection order.

Although he has not received the state’s evidence supporting the charges yet, Gardner cited the boy’s apparent suicide attempt and information provided to him from people associated with Lamontagne as evidence of the boy’s past difficulties, and said the allegations are fabrications.

If the boy is making false accusations against Jill, he and his family are going to be facing one hell of a lawsuit. Jill’s legal expenses will be enormous, assuming she’s not relying on a public defender to craft her defense. The taint of scandal is also going to follow her around for the rest of her life.

If she’s guilty, then what we have is another in the daily tally of teachers unable to control their sexual impulses around underage youth. If you believe as I do that punishment is a deterrent, then these women will keep going wild until more truly harsh punishments are handed down.

The Daily Mail is also covering this story.