Residents Say Cops Ignored Their Earlier Complaints About California Shooter

KEVIN NEAL. KILLED FIVE BEFORE TAKEN OUT BY COPS IN GUNFIGHT.

Civilization as we have known it in America is breaking down.

This story offers more proof. I recommend you read the comments at CBS, which generally allows politically incorrect thinkers to post.

CBS News

RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE, Calif. — Residents of a remote Northern California community terrorized by a mass shooting this week say they want more frequent patrols from sheriff’s deputies and expressed anger and frustration over seemingly being left to fend for themselves in what several called a “Wild West” atmosphere.

The Rancho Tehama Reserve homeowners’ association board met on Thursday to talk about more patrols, two days after 44-year-old Kevin Neal killed his wife and four others before he died in a gun battle with deputies. Neal targeted an elementary school while randomly shooting at homes and motorists in the sprawling rural subdivision about 130 miles north of Sacramento.

He was known to authorities and had at least one prior arrest.

Board president Juan Caravez was among those complaining that deputies didn’t do enough to stop Neal despite numerous complaints from neighbors that he was shooting guns at all hours of the day and night.

“The sheriff wouldn’t do anything about it,” Caravez said.

Instead, he said Tehama County Sheriff’s Department referred complaints to the homeowners’ association.

Residents were already complaining about the lack of law enforcement and frequent gunfire that regularly disturbed the peace of the rolling oak-studded hills dotted with homes and trailers on large lots, board member Richard Gutierrez said.

Neighbors said they had complained repeatedly about Neal shooting off rounds of gunfire from his home, despite a court order barring him from having firearms after he was accused of stabbing a neighbor in January.

NEAL’S HOME.

Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said deputies had tried to contact Neal but he wouldn’t answer his door and Johnston said deputies couldn’t find him. After being pressed by reporters on why police did not act when Neal was in clear violation of his court order, Johnston obliquely replied: “The law is only for people who obey it.”

Sheriff’s department spokeswoman Lt. Yvette Borden did not respond to phone and email inquiries Thursday.

Gutierrez was among those praising deputies’ swift response Tuesday. Johnston said Neal was dead 25 minutes after dispatchers received the first frantic calls. The sheriff’s headquarters is 21 miles away.

But Dillon Elliott was upset after hearing officials say road patrols had generally been increased in the last six years.

“It’s like people out here think we’re like a lawless city trying to survive, and we kinda are,” said Elliott, who grew up in the community and whose parents still live there.

Claudette Wright said deputies responded to her calls, but the bad perception remains.

“It’s always like, ‘Rancho, it’s crazy out there — it’s the Wild West’,” she said at a community prayer vigil Wednesday night.

“The perception is people think they can come out here and grow marijuana and there’s no consequences,” Wright said later, though she added that she had no complaints with law enforcement response.

Benigna Gonzalez said deputies appeared not to believe her when she reported being stalked a year ago while walking at dusk through the community. She no longer walks for exercise, takes sleeping pills and is undergoing counseling.

“We don’t feel safe,” she said tearfully. “I don’t know when I’ll feel safe anymore in this community.”

Police found the bullet-riddled body of Neal’s wife stuffed under the floorboards of their home in the rural community of Rancho Tehama Reserve. They believe her slaying was the start of the rampage.

Neal then shot two neighbors in an apparent act of revenge before he went looking for random victims at the community’s elementary school and several other locations.

SEEKING COMFORT OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL.

Among those hurt at the school was 6-year-old Alejandro Hernandez, who was shot in the chest, arm and foot and remains hospitalized. His aunt, Marta Monroy, pleaded with fellow residents to formally report gunfire in the future.

“No shooting in the air — call the police, please,” she urged at the prayer vigil.

If not more sheriffs’ patrols, then the homeowners’ association should consider paying for armed private patrols from the $50 monthly dues paid by every property owner or consider mounting an armed citizens’ patrol, Raul Pinero said.

“We need enforcement, at least something out here,” Pinero said.

Neal was dangerous for a long time. What can be done about such people BEFORE they kill?

North Carolina Beaner Convicted of Sex Trafficking Sold 12 Year Old Girl as Prostitute

ARMANDO GRACIANO. GUILTY OF PIMPING 12 YEAR OLD VIRGIN.

A lettuce picker used a 12 year old girl so he didn’t have to work anymore. Unless you consider pimping to be work.

Hopefully, this is one spic who will be offed in prison by our black friends.

journalnow.com

A Winston-Salem man was convicted Monday of sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl and allowing other men to rape the girl in exchange for money numerous times over a two-year period, resulting in her getting pregnant and contracting a sexually-transmitted disease.

Armando Graciano, 43, pleaded guilty in Forsyth Superior Court to attempted rape of a child, human trafficking, sexual servitude and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.

Judge David Hall of Forsyth Superior Court, calling Graciano’s actions “evil,” sentenced him to a minimum of 13 years and one month to 20 years and nine months in prison. Graciano had no prior felonies on his record before he pleaded guilty Monday.

Typically, the worse a defendant’s criminal record is, the longer the defendant’s sentence will likely be. As part of the plea arrangement, Hall consolidated the charges into one for sentencing.

In April, Graciano’s co-defendant, Flora Riano Gonzalez, 39, was convicted of sexual servitude, felony child abuse involving prostitution and felony child abuse involving sexual acts. She also had been charged with human trafficking, but a Forsyth County jury found her not guilty of that charge.

Gonzalez was accused of forcing the girl into prostitution and bringing her to Graciano, who managed a laundromat. She was sentenced to a maximum of 16 years and six months in prison.

Assistant District Attorney Kia Chavious said in court Monday that Gonzalez was the one who reported the sexual abuse of the girl in January 2014. She gave Winston-Salem police detectives the names and numbers of all the men who had raped the girl for money.

Gonzalez drove the girl, who was a virgin at the time, to Graciano, who raped the girl in order to teach her how to sexually please men. Then he took her to an abandoned apartment, where other men raped the girl for money, Chavious said.

For two years, the girl was raped and sexually assaulted by men in exchange for money, she said. The girl became pregnant and also contracted chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease.

Winston-Salem police detectives became suspicious because Gonzalez had the names and numbers of men who had raped the girl and continued their investigation.

In November 2016, the girl told police that Gonzalez had forced her into prostitution.

The girl had gotten the names and numbers after Gonzalez and Graciano got into a dispute over money, Chavious said. Gonzalez decided to cut Graciano out of the human trafficking business and contact men who would have sex with the girl for money.

Gonzalez reported the sexual abuse to Winston-Salem police so that the girl could get an abortion, Chavious said. The girl did get an abortion and was treated for her sexually transmitted disease.

Ron Short, Graciano’s attorney, said that his client was only involved for a short period of time. That’s no excuse for his behavior, he added.

“It isn’t a pretty sight, but it’s a deal where he kind of got led into it,” he said.

Short also pointed out that Graciano has six children with a woman he has been with for 20 years and that this is the first time he has been charged with any felonies.

Chavious said the girl was just 12 when she was forced into prostitution, and she is still struggling to deal with the sexual abuse she suffered because of Graciano and Gonzalez.

“These actions were cruel; they were unconscionable and they were brutal,” she said.

The girl attended the hearing. She had testified during Gonzalez’s trial, but on Monday, she decided there was nothing left to say.

I used to read similar stories to this in the local San Antonio paper back in the day. This prostituting of young girls by Mexicans is common in Texas and in Mexico. It’s part of the Mexican culture and that’s not going to change. In this part of Texas, Mexicans have lived here hundreds of years and still have not assimilated to white values.

The Daily Mail ran the story of a WHITE mother who dressed her three year old MEXICAN DAUGHTER as a prostitute. Pic below:

THREE YEAR OLD ACTING OUT PROSTITUTE ROLE.

Based Florida International Republican Students Under Investigation, as Mestizo VP Quits Over Hate Speech

MARK ROSENBERG, PRESIDENT OF FIU.

The Jewish president of Florida International University, which is loaded with Mestizo students and professors, some illegal aliens, will decide the fate of the College Republicans club on campus.

The CR group ventured into politically incorrect speech online and now a highly vocal group of social justice warriors want the Republicans shut down. Basically, they advocated deporting illegals and building Trump’s wall.

That left “minority” students (the majority at FIU) feeling threatened.

The poor snowflakes.

Miami New Times

At Florida International University, the fallout over a leaked group chat from the school’s College Republicans is still spreading. After New Times first reported Friday about the chats — which show the young GOP students joking about deporting classmates and making light of the attack by a white supremacist in Charlottesville — the school announced it was investigating the group.

Now hundreds of students have signed a petition urging FIU President Mark Rosenberg to “take immediate action” against the College Republicans, and the club’s vice president has resigned over the “disgusting hate.” In fact, the former vice president says he had earlier reported the offensive comments to school authorities, who did nothing to curb the problem.

“I was elected VP and hoped I was able to cause real change and stop the radicalism that is happening,” writes Mauricio Pons, who says he’s the grandson of Cuban immigrants and was particularly disturbed by the College Republicans’ xenophobic tenor. “I’m sad to say that for nine months my efforts were futile and I left the group chat because of its toxicity and hate speech.”

The chats, which New Times received from an anonymous tipster in the group, show FIU’s College Republicans sharing memes calling the protesters injured and killed in Charlottesville by Nazis “snowflakes.” The group also discussed calling ICE on classmates who protested in favor of protecting young undocumented immigrants last week.

Here are the relatively innocuous chats that the Republicans were having with each other in what was apparently a private forum. You can read far more racist comments at Zerohedge, Yahoo, and a host of other websites that encourage free speech.

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE.

It’s outrageous that an investigation has been launched by a university at the behest of meddling social justice warriors. For example, the students advocate building Trump’s wall. Are they going to be expelled for that?

More than 700 students have now signed a petition on Change.org demanding that Rosenberg discipline the group. The petition notes that school leaders began investigating a fraternity on campus only after New Times and other outlets reported on leaked chats from the frat showing members joking about rape and hazing.

“Since the College Republicans are not willing to discipline their own, we are calling on FIU to take immediate action so that our minority student population feels safe going to school,” the petition notes. “Threats of intimidation should not be taken lightly by our administration.”

The petition was started by FIU graduate student Allison Sardinas, an assistant for the Center for Women’s and Gender studies. Sardinas says she’s an advocate for immigrant communities and was one of the organizers of the walkout at FIU last week demanding Congress pass immigration protections for students.

SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIOR ALLISON SARDINAS HAS A HISTORY OF MAKING TROUBLE FOR PEOPLE SHE DISAGREES WITH.

“I believe the students violated the student code of conduct, particularly by threatening to deport specific students,” Sardinas says. “I think they should be put on at least probation before they’re allowed to be up and running again.”

She’s not alone. Students at FIU have been alarmed by the rhetoric in the chat.

“It’s hard to believe the fact that people are still dehumanizing other groups, especially at such a diverse university,” says Jamel Holt, a freshman at FIU. “I don’t think the statement about purchasing weapons should be taken lightly at all.” He also believes the school should consider an “in-depth” investigation rather than just blowing it off.

Adds freshman Ruth Artze: “It’s really unfortunate to see people have those hateful thoughts, especially when we’re a ‘Worlds Ahead’ school full of international students. It makes FIU a little more unsafe to students who already feel unsafe in this country under this administration.”

Brazen Bra-Wearing Latina Teen Caught on Camera Stealing Uber Driver’s Tip Money

GABRIELLA CANALES. NAUGHTY TEEN CAUGHT ON CAMERA.

Wow! This reminds me of my professor days.

I had so many Latina girls in my classes like Gabriella. They thought they were God’s gift to man. They were wrong.

They used their eyes and other assets to flirt with every pathetic male who might be able give them something. In my case it was a high grade. In other cases it was money.

They prided themselves in giving nothing in return.

This type of girl is why classes have to be monitored for cheating during exams. Foolish males who study will try to pass answers on to such creatures. These girls will lie, cheat, and steal.

Their games didn’t work with me. But some professors I knew thought they were going to marry one of these worthless wenches after the semester was over.

They never saw their true loves again AFTER the A had been given.

The best short description of girls like this is arrogant and entitled.

mirror.co.uk

This is the brazen Uber passenger caught on camera appearing to steal cash from her driver’s tip jar.

Gabrielle Canales, who was sharing a ride with two pals in New York, thought she was being sneaky as she slipped her hand into the box – but didn’t realise her every move was being recorded.

The video, which runs for around two minutes, shows the group chatting with each other quietly in the back of the cab.

Canales, who was sitting in the middle seat, does not appear to even acknowledge the money for the majority of the ride.

Realising something has happened, the driver turns to look at the back seats, and realises that all his money has been taken.

Responding to criticism, the 18-year-old from Brooklyn said she ‘only’ took five dollars from the driver and claims to have later returned it.

Her Instagram account has since been deleted.

Uber said Canales has been banned from using the app.

The driver was identified as Mohammed H. Bhuiyan who said he told Uber what had happened and they recommended he take the matter to police.

A spokesman said yesterday they had been back in touch with Mr Bhuiyan to offer more support.

Watch the vixen steal the driver’s money.

The consensus of opinion on the many sites this story has been posted is Gabriella needs to be arrested and jailed.

Anyone want to bet she’ll be doing porn soon?

Wetback Sniper Shoots Four, Including Baby, in Sanctuary City Austin, Texas

AUSTIN ISN’T RELEASING HIS MUGSHOT. STOCK PHOTO HERE.

Rolando Martinez had an ICE detainer out on him. He’s not been charged with attempted murder, but with assault.

The victims should sue the city. Rolando belongs in Mexico, not the U.S.

This story is getting no play from the national media. You’d think that they’re taking sides with wetback thugs.

KXAN

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Police identified a man accused of shooting at cars with an assault rifle along an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 35 Saturday morning.

Late Sunday night Rolando Martinez, 25, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a 2nd-degree felony. Four people including a 7-year-old girl were hit. The child remains in critical condition as of Saturday evening.

Austin police say the shooting began about 2 a.m. Saturday and ended around 3:15 a.m. Calls to 911 came in from multiple places along I-35, stretching from south Austin at Stassney Lane up to Wells Branch Parkway.

“We have a lot of crime scenes. We have several people that were injured in this,” said Austin Police Assistant Chief Joseph Chacon on Saturday.

Around 1:52 a.m., police officers were on patrol in north Austin when they heard gunshots nearby. They found nine .223 caliber rounds in the parking lot of the Nocturno Nightclub on North Lamar Boulevard just south of US 183.

At 1:57 a.m., APD dispatch received a call from someone who said his vehicle had been shot at along the I-35 frontage road, a few blocks south of East Braker Lane, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

At 2:25 a.m. police responded to a call and found three people with gunshot wounds in their car at North Lamar Boulevard and Masterson Pass. A man had a gunshot wound to the back of his head, a woman had a wound on her arm and a young girl also had a head injury. The woman told police they were driving by Diamond Back Trail when they heard a pop noise.

Two minutes later, officers responded to a Valero gas station at I-35 and East Braker Lane where people told them a man driving a black vehicle had pointed a black, AR-style rifle at customers in the parking lot. According to the affidavit, one customer said he was in his car when Martinez approached him.

“[The witness] stated he was scared to exit his vehicle as he was afraid he was going to get shot by [Martinez],” the affidavit stated. “[The witness] stated that [Martinez] had a serious look on his face as he was holding a black assault rifle.”

Police later reviewed surveillance video at the gas station and saw Martinez also point a gun at two men in another vehicle, the affidavit stated.

A man at a gas station on Cameron Road and East 51st Street, which is near I-35, told police around 2:58 a.m. that a man wearing dark clothing and driving a small, black vehicle also threatened him with a gun. Two minutes later, a witness told police that a man pointed a “long black rifle” at him near Cameron Road and 52nd Street, according to the affidavit.

At 3:08 a.m. a woman who was in the same area called 911 and said she was being chased by a man driving a black car. She was driving south on I-35 when the car pulled up next to her and its engine revved. When she got off at the East 51st Street exit he followed her, police said.

When she stopped at the light on Cameron Road, the driver rammed into her. To get a way from the suspect, the woman said she ran the red light but he continued to follow her and that’s when he pointed a rifle at her, according to the affidavit.

The woman’s 4-year-old son was in the car with her. “[The victim] stated that she was in fear for her life and the life of her son, believing they were both at risk of serious bodily injury or death,” the affidavit continued. She immediately sped off to get away from the other driver.

Around 3:10 a.m. a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper found an abandoned vehicle near I-35 and US 290. He saw a man run away from the scene, and later discovered a gun inside the car. According to the affidavit, more than 15 loose shells were scattered inside the car, and their location made it appear that the rifle had been shot out of both the passenger and driver’s side windows. License plate data tracked the car back to Martinez.

Officials arrested Martinez at a home on municipal traffic warrants Saturday. When they questioned him, he told them he had been drinking at the Nocturno Nightclub and didn’t remember much from that night but he did remember waking up in a grassy median near the freeway, according to the affidavit.

Martinez’s bond is set at $1 million. According to Travis County Jail records, he has an Immigration and Naturalization Service detainer on him.

Mexicans can’t hold their liquor. They’re dangerous when they’ve been drinking.

Hey, Mr. DA, up the charge to attempted murder:

TRAVIS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Address: 509 W 11th St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 854-9400

Minneapolis Race Replacing White Cops in Name of Diversity: New Police Chief is Mystery Meat

Here we have Pablum for the goyim designed to make them think that everything is OK when you have nonwhite cops policing white people.

May I remind everyone of the Australian white woman, Justine Damond, murdered by Muslim cop Mohammed Noor:

Everything isn’t going to be alright.

In spite of intervention by the Australian government, Noor was never charged. As far as I know, he’s back on patrol in the Minneapolis area.

If you don’t recall the details of how Justine was killed, just do a search on this site. I must have posted at least five times on the outrageous murder and response by Minneapolis.

The city hired a new police chief after Justine’s murder, but they hired mystery meat. I speculate he might be a Mexican from his last name, but I believe he’s the large Negro in the back row in the photo above, which shows the graduating class of new recruits. So who knows what he is. It does’t matter.

Now, they’re bragging about their next batch of nonwhites recruited to keep the goyim living in fear.

Fox9

(KMSP) – Wednesday marked graduation day for the first cadet classes under Chief Medaria Arradondo. The group of diverse young men and women all said becoming a police officer is truly a “calling.”

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shook the hands of the department’s 2017 cadet class of 21 new officers.

“I wanted to do something that I knew mattered every single day, and I could see the effects of that when I came into work. So that’s why I’m here,” said Demi Adediran.

Adediran was studying for his masters in psychology when he realized it just wasn’t for him. So, the 27-year-old thought his education would be useful in law enforcement.

“I see how having that therapy background, you talk to people every day, you listen to their stories when you take their reports, you listen and give them a voice,” he said.

Ashish Joshi, 24, was bored as an accountant.

“I realized I didn’t like to sit behind the desk all day long. I wanted a job that was more outdoorsy, where I could help people. That’s why I’m here,” he said.

Joshi was born in Nepal and raised in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

His fellow classmate was born and raised in Nigeria until his family moved to south Minneapolis when he was nine.

As Minneapolis and agencies across the country work to recruit people of different races to improve modern day policing, both men hope their cultures are an asset to the job.

“We’re going to be policing people who often look like us. I think it might help to bridge that gap and create a little bit more of a bond between the community and police,” Adediran said.

“For me it’s much more about how you treat people. I’m sure there are some advantages or disadvantages to being a person of color, but I don’t necessarily look at it that way,” Joshi said.

Both men are aware of the increased scrutiny on police officers after deadly officer-involved shootings across the country and right here in Minneapolis just a few months ago.

In fact, officer Mohamed Noor was a graduate of this same program.

“People do have to be critical of the police because that’s going to help us grow in general, so I do appreciate when people want to know about what we’re doing,” Adediran said.

And they’re aware of the times they will have to put their lives on the line.

“Obviously there are risks to this job, but I think as a class we have all accepted that it’s just part of the job,” Joshi said.

After graduation the class will be out on the streets training for the next six months before they start policing on their own.

The idea stated in this article that police must be nonwhite to have better policing is a fairy tale. It’s just the opposite. Poor decision-making and an impetus to being corrupt weakens policing.

The totally Negrofied New Orleans police department is a good example. Negro cops by the score fled the city when the flooding started, leaving citizens at the mercy of black thugs.

Americans might not be able to stop diversity, but at least we can prepare ourselves for its negative effects.

Republican Tax Bill Quietly Eliminates Tax Break for Illegals

If you want more of something, subsidize it. If you want less, tax it.

In the case of Mexican children running around the United States, America First-ers don’t want any more. Thus, eliminating the subsidy that illegals get for having children is a nice move.

It’s upset a Jewish woman, Melissa Boteach, who was interviewed for this piece by the very Jewish Business Insider.

Business Insider

A little-noticed provision in the GOP’s sweeping tax overhaul plan, which was released on Thursday, would make undocumented immigrant parents ineligible for the federal child tax credit.

As the law stands now, undocumented parents can receive a federal income tax credit up to $1,000 annually for each child, the vast majority of whom are American citizens.

The change could affect the more than 4 million US citizen children under 18 who live with at least one undocumented parent, as well as the approximately 1 million more so-called “dreamers” who were brought the US by their parents as children and remain undocumented.

Democrats, liberal advocacy groups, and immigrants’ rights activists have long been opposed to the idea, which has been repeatedly proposed by Republican lawmakers in recent years. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a former senator from Alabama, and other conservatives attempted to pass this provision, known as the Child Tax Credit Integrity Preservation Act, on several occasions as an amendment to the tax code, arguing that it would save $4.2 billion in federal money going to undocumented families.

Melissa Boteach, a vice president at the liberal think tank Center for American Progress, told Business Insider that the provision amounts to an “attack” on children “to pay for tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations.”

She noted that there is strong research that indicates that the extra income the tax credit gives to low-income families has significant long-term benefits for the children, improving their educational, health, and career outcomes, on top of helping to mitigate immediate hardship.

Particularly for low-income families, the child tax credit can be key to staying out of poverty.

“It is a significant amount of income for a low-income family … losing that will definitely affect families,” Elaine Maag, a senior research associate at the non-partisan Tax Policy Center, told Business Insider.

Boteach said that while she didn’t expect the provision to be part of the bill, she wasn’t surprised that the proposal has been resurrected.

“This is not a new idea, it was not a surprise,” she said. “It’s still sad because you’re trying to market this bill as something that’s going to help families, using the child tax credit as a fig leaf, and even within the fig leaf you’re hurting children.”