Black Youth Attacked by Nog Gang at Six Flags Awarded $35 Million in Lawsuit


LOL! In one for the record books, Six Flags Over Georgia, an American amusement park, hired several Negro gang members to work as security guards at the park.

Engaging in TNB, these darkies launched attacks at amusement park goers. One of them, Joshua Martin, pictured above, was left brain damaged by the attack, which actually took place at a nearby bus stop near the park.

When companies base hiring decisions on diversity and inclusion, they get what they deserve. I mean, who in his right mind would hire black gang members to work security. How did they even get hired, which generally requires a bonding process.

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ATLANTA – Ten years after a man was beaten outside Six Flags Over Georgia, a $35 million lawsuit has been settled.

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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.

US police leaders blast President Trump for endorsing ‘police brutality’

Police leaders are politicians. They are disproportionately black. They, unlike the rank and file officers, don’t like Trump to begin with.

These police chiefs decided to score some political points by interpreting President Trump’s remarks as promoting or approving of police brutality.

In their condemnation of Trump, the chiefs quoted focus on “community trust.” Those are code words for coddling Negro thugs. In effect, there is a strong split between the chiefs and and their officers, who actually are out in the field taking insults and putting their lives at risk from Negro empowerment.

Excerpt from NOLA from Washington Post

Police leaders across the country moved quickly to distance themselves from – or to outright condemn – President Donald Trump’s statements about “roughing up” people who’ve been arrested.

The swift public denunciations came as departments are under intense pressure to stamp out brutality and excessive force that can erode the relationship between officers and the people they police – and cost police chiefs their jobs.

Some police leaders worried that three sentences uttered by the president during a Long Island, New York, speech could upend nearly three decades of fence-mending since the 1991 Los Angeles Police Department beating of Rodney King ushered in an era of distrust of police.

“It’s the wrong message,” Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, told Washington, D.C., radio station WTOP while speaking of the trust-building work that departments have undertaken since King’s beating. “The last thing we need is a green light from the president of the United States for officers to use unnecessary force.”

Trump made the comments at a gathering of law enforcement officers at Suffolk County Community College in New York.

“When you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over?” Trump said, miming the physical motion of an officer shielding a suspect’s head to keep it from bumping against the squad car.

“Like, don’t hit their head, and they just killed somebody – don’t hit their head,” Trump continued. “I said, you can take the hand away, OK?”

Trump’s remarks came after he spoke about local towns ravaged by gang violence.

Across the country, police department leaders said the president’s words didn’t reflect their views.

“The Suffolk County Police Department has strict rules and procedures relating to the handling of prisoners, and violations of those rules and procedures are treated extremely seriously,” the department said in an emailed statement. “As a department, we do not and will not tolerate ‘rough(ing)’ up prisoners.”

Trump’s comments also drew a rebuke from the International Association of Chiefs of Police. In a statement Friday, the group did not specifically mention Trump by name but appeared to respond to his speech by stressing the importance of treating all people, including suspects, with respect.

Mike Lopez, a Los Angeles police spokesman, told CNN that the department will “treat everyone with integrity and respect.”

“We work with partnerships in our community and continue to do that to keep our communities safe and secure from crime,” he told the news network. “With the help of our community we will continue to do this.”

Darrel Stephens, a former police chief who is now the executive director of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, told The Washington Post that the president’s words were a step back for police departments.

“Over the past two or three years, police departments have worked very, very hard to restore the loss of confidence and trust that people, particularly in the African-American community, have in the police, based on what happened in Ferguson and the other high profile shootings,” Stephens said. “Maybe not just what the president said, but the reaction of the police officers standing behind him, I think that complicates that.

“It sort of reinforces that there’s sort of a wink and a nod about these things, when that’s simply not the case.”

Police brutality is illegal. You’ve seen what Trump said. Did he advocate anything illegal? I don’t see it.

Aljazeera ran the story with this headline: Donald Trump to police: Don’t be too nice to suspects, which seems more accurate than WaPo’s take.

The president on Friday advocated rougher treatment of people in custody while delivering a speech on gang violence and illegal immigration.

Trump told police officers from the Suffolk County Police department in New York on Friday to “not be too nice” when dealing with suspects.

He said his administration was targeting gang members, “but we’d like to get them out a lot faster”.

“Please don’t be too nice,” he said, advising officers to use force when guiding “thugs into the back of a paddy wagon”.

Conclusion: More fake outrage and fake news, stirred up by the Washington Post.

That Mexican Shot Dead by Utah Police Had Long Criminal History But Was Good Boy Turning His Life Around


The video posted here yesterday of Roy, Utah police killing a Mexican drew some lively commentary, not all of it in agreement.

Who was that armed Mexican who disobeyed police orders, ran, and pulled a gun.

Well, he beez a good boy dat wuz turnin’ him life around.

Watch the video again to remind yourself of what happened at the Utah Texaco station in February.


ROY — A man shot and killed after a scuffle with police in Roy moved to Utah years ago to turn his life around, according to a friend.

Nicolas Sanchez, 38, of Layton, was fatally shot by police after he allegedly raised a gun toward officers Tuesday, Feb. 21, according to a statement from the Roy Police Department.

Two Roy police officers responded to a report of trespassing Tuesday night at a Texaco gas station at 4395 S. 1900 West. When officers arrived on scene, Sanchez engaged in a fight with officers, Roy Deputy Chief Aaron Perry said Wednesday morning.

Officers shot Sanchez after he pulled out a handgun and pointed it at police, Perry said. He was transported to a local hospital and later pronounced dead.

Sanchez’s “Mormon mom” makes excuses for his inability to obey the law in Utah, just as he had been unable to obey the law in California. This good boy had only been off probation from a five year prison sentence for a month.

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Lovely Young Irish Woman Raped, Beaten to Death on Beach in India

Since I put this post in draft a couple of days ago, new details have been released about the strangulation murder and rape of Danielle McLaughlin.

Her rapist/killer has been identified as local Indian thug Vikat Bhagat.

Foolish Danielle had been partying with the demon at a local tourist hot spot, as reported by The Mirror.


Irish Times

Police in India have said a man has admitted the rape and murder of an Irish tourist in the Goa region.

The 28-year-old woman was named locally as Danielle McLaughlin from Buncrana, Co Donegal. Her body was found on Tuesday in Canacona, a district in the south of the state.

“The body was lying in a pool of blood without clothes and there were injuries on the head and face,” Sammy Tavares, the Canacona police deputy superintendent, told local media.

Filomeno Costa, the officer in charge at Canacona police station, said a man had been arrested in connection with the the death. Police said the man, understood to be 24, had confessed to sexually assaulting Ms McLaughlin and killing her “in order to hide his identity”.

Goa police said earlier Ms McLaughlin was found with injuries to her head and face.

Divyam Sugeet, a business owner in the area, said the body was found in a field on the road between the Agonda and Palolem beaches. “I was at the crime scene, it was really horrible,” he said. “The whole community is shaken up.”

Body discovered by a farmer
Local media said the woman had arrived in the area from the north on Sunday and was seen on Monday evening at a party on Palolem beach. Her body was reportedly discovered about 6km away the next morning by a farmer, who informed police.

“Considering the state in which the body was found, and the injuries visible on her face, we concluded that that it was a case of murder,” Mr Costa said.

A statement from the Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed that Ms McLaughlin had travelled to India using a British passport.

An Irish consular official travelled from New Delhi to Goa on Wednesday while the Irish Embassy in India is liaising closely with the British authorities. As the woman was carrying a British passport, the British consulate will take the lead in dealings with the Indian authorities.

Ms McLaughlin grew up in Buncrana, Co Donegal, but recently she had been studying and living in Liverpool. It is understood she grew up with her grandparents and had returned to Buncrana last year when her grandfather died.

Sadly missed
Andrea Brannigan, the victim’s mother, told the Press Association: “The family would like to express our thanks to all who have got in touch since receiving this awful news.

“As you can expect we are finding it very difficult at this trying time. “We want to thank the Irish and British consulates, along with Colin from the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, and many friends who have assisted at this time.

“Danielle will be sadly missed by us all.”

A fund to bring her remains home had raised €15,000 within five hours of being set up on Wednesday. The GoFundMe online appeal can be accessed at:

On her own Facebook page, dated February 22nd, Ms McLaughlin posted: “Thank you to all my friends and family for making home so special and always looking after me. I am very grateful and the luckiest person I know . . . Off on another adventure . . .” . The post, with a photograph of a sunset, indicated that she was travelling to Goa.

Rosalee Grant, principal at Scoil Mhuire, where Ms McLaughlin went to school, described her past pupil as a “lovely, happy go lucky student”.

“She was a very caring individual. She took part in school musicals, she loved Irish dancing, she also liked athletics and soccer,” she said.

“She was an all rounder. Happy, carefree and caring. She went off to college in Liverpool and then went travelling. “This is a devastating time for her family and the whole town. It’s a big shock for the staff and pupils.

“The staff remember her fondly. She was a student we were very proud of. It is very sad, she was in the prime of her life.”

Fr John Walsh, parish priest, said Ms Brannigan had suffered a number of bereavements, losing her husband two years ago
“The absolute horror of this girl’s murder has stunned the community,” he said. “We feel for her mother in particular and her siblings.”

Kudos to the Indian police who had Bhagat in custody within a few hours of the discovery of Danielle’s body.

These stupid white girls must learn that foreign travel is dangerous, even more so when you pair off with a local darkie for some cheap drugs, cheap thrills, or whatever.

The Sun offers more pictures of Danielle, and also this photo of the monster who snuffed out her life. He’s the one wearing the hood.

2 Officers Shot, 1 Killed by (Mexican?) Gang Member While Responding to Car Wreck


Whittier, California, the site of today’s shooting death of a police officer is just a little over one percent Negroid, but more than one-third Latino. The perp who killed Officer Keith Lane Boyers had face and neck tats. I think that rules out a black gang member.

It’s reasonable to speculate that the perp was a Mexican, born in the U.S., since he was recently released from prison, but not deported.


LOS ANGELES (AP) — A gang member who was recently freed from jail killed his cousin and stole his car Monday then shot and killed a California police officer and wounded his partner before being wounded himself, authorities said.

Whittier Officer Keith Lane Boyer died and Officer Patrick Hazel was wounded when they answered a report of a traffic accident in the eastern Los Angeles County suburb.

A motorist pointed out the location of the car that had rear-ended his vehicle, and the officers approached the driver.

“When they get him out of the car, they go to pat him down for weapons, they can see he’s got tattoos all over his face and all over his neck,” county sheriff’s Lt. John Corina said.

The man then pulled a semi-automatic handgun from his waistband and opened fire at the officers, who were wearing bulletproof vests and shot back, Corina said.

“They walked up on the vehicle believing the motorist was in need of medical help and then they ended up in a gunfight for their lives,” Sheriff Jim McDonnell said.

Whittier Police Chief Jeff Piper wept as he described Boyer as a friend of more than 25 years.

“All of us have been grieving,” the chief said. “And I didn’t think I had any tears left.”

The suspect, a 26-year-old gang member, had a history of serious crimes and had been granted early release from Los Angeles County jail about a week ago, Corina said. He didn’t know the nature of his offense.

His name wasn’t immediately released.

It’s most unfortunate that the cops who took down the perp didn’t have a better aim. If he survives his wounds, we have to go through the motions of a trial, followed by a long stretch on death row.

First Obama “Dreamer” Arrested: “We are hoping this detention was a mistake”


It’s too early to celebrate yet, but for those supporting the American worker over the illegal alien, there is good news.

It appears that the first effort to expel a so-called Dreamer has taken place in the U.S. state of Washington. A young Mexican male gang member has been detained, but not deported yet.

Reuters Mobile

U.S. immigration authorities have detained a 23-year-old Mexican man who was brought to the United States illegally as a child and given a work permit during the Obama administration, according to a lawsuit challenging the detention in Seattle federal court.

The man’s lawyers say this could be the first time under U.S. President Donald Trump that a person covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been taken into immigration custody. The program was established in 2012 by Democratic President Barack Obama to allow those brought to the country while young to attend school and work.

Ethan Dettmer, a partner in the law firm Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and one of the lawyers representing the man, Daniel Ramirez Medina, said he is not aware of any other DACA recipient who has been arrested.


“We are hoping this detention was a mistake,” he added.

Ramirez was a “self-admitted gang member,” said Rose Richeson, a spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), in a statement.

“ICE officers took Mr Ramirez into custody based on his admitted gang affiliation and risk to public safety.”

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It’s very clear that the lawyers for muh Mexican are going to be arguing before liberal judges that the arrested “dreamer” has a right to stay in the States. But if Obama gave him that right, wouldn’t Trump have the right to take it away?

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