Jewish Mudshark’s Remains Found after Police Tipped Off by Arrested Nog Ex-Husband

JULIA JACOBSON. FOUND BURIED IN A SHALLOW GRAVE.

DALEN WARE. HUBBY LED POLICE TO THE GRAVE.

We can have a debate on whether dead mudshark Julia Jacobson was Jewish, but it doesn’t matter in the end. What matters is that she crossed the color line and ended up dead for her personal version of multiculturalism.

New York Daily News

The ex-husband of a retired Army captain missing since September tipped off investigators in California to the location of her remains.

Dalen Ware in October was arrested on the suspicion that he murdered his ex-wife, Julia Jacobson, despite authorities never finding her body.

Investigators on Friday uncovered remains they believe belong to Jacobson in a shallow grave thanks to a tip from Ware, who cooperated in leading authorities to the location near 10 Freeway and Box Canyon Road, KTLA reported.

Police said she was buried alongside her dog, Boogie, at the unincorporated area known as “Cactus City.”

THE BLACK BASTARD KILLED HER DOG TOO.

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Horrific Hepatitis A Outbreak Has Spilled Over the California Border from Mexico–Thousands May Die

We have so many wonderful things to thank illegal immigrants for: crime, mooching, low wages, unemployment, crowded schools and highways, and disease.

Californians might think about washing their hands of illegals instead of literally washing their hands because of a disease spread by FECAL MATTER.

Yikes! Illegals touch money, grocery carts, food, door handles, etc. And there is where you find feces contamination.

Slate

Nineteen people have died in an outbreak of more than 500 cases of hepatitis A in San Diego, according to public health officials.

It is the second largest outbreak in the United States since a vaccine was approved in the 1990s, and it has spurred California to declare a state of emergency.

The outbreak, which began unfolding in November, is hitting the homeless population and those with limited access to sanitation particularly hard, according to the Associated Press.

Hepatitis A is a liver infection caused by a highly contagious virus. The most common outbreaks come from food contamination, but according to the AP, the surge currently being experienced in California is caused by a strain rare in the United States that is spread by contact with fecal matter. San Diego County has installed hand-washing stations and portable toilets around the areas where homeless people gather, and crews are cleaning the streets.

California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency Friday in order to allow the state to buy vaccines from distributors rather than rely on federally funded supplies, which he said are insufficient. The county has vaccinated thousands of people who are homeless or who frequently use drugs.

The vast majority of the cases are in San Diego, but dozens of other cases have been found in Santa Cruz County and some have been found in Los Angeles. Officials say the outbreak could continue for a year or more.

First Look: Prototypes of Trump’s Wall are Under Construction

If you’re a native born American and you don’t like Trump’s wall there’s something wrong with you.

Even as mere symbolism, the wall makes an impressive statement. In the end, the wall should be more than symbolism though. It will keep at least some invaders out of the country.

Now, if only Congress will cooperate so the wall can be built. It’s not clear that Congress will fund it or legislate in such a way that Mexicans pay for it. But there’s no doom and gloom here. The wall looks impressive, so let’s do it.

Excerpt from AZ Central

SAN DIEGO — Workers toiled in intense 95-degree heat here Tuesday, putting final touches on eight possible versions of President Donald Trump’s long-promised border wall.

As an Oct. 26 deadline to finish the prototype border-wall designs drew near, The Arizona Republic toured the construction site a few dozen yards from the border that divides this city from neighboring Tijuana, Mexico.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection awarded eight contracts to six companies, including two from Arizona, to build the prototypes. Four are made of reinforced concrete, and another four incorporate additional construction materials. Construction began on Sept. 26, giving companies 30 days to finish.

By Tuesday afternoon, when CBP allowed The Republic access to the site, five of the wall designs had already been completed and were fenced off with caution tape.

But crews were still at work on others, installing vertical concrete panels on one design, using cranes and bulldozers to place them upright. Another two prototypes were in various stages of construction.

The construction site is about 2 miles east of San Diego’s Otay Mesa border crossing, in the foothills of the Otay Mountains.

At 30 feet, the designs dwarf the primary fence that currently marks the international boundary — it’s made of rusted Vietnam War-era landing mats. They are nearly twice the height of the secondary metal-mesh fence, which ends near where the prototypes are being built.

Their height, officials said, is intended to make a statement to criminals and would-be unauthorized crossers: Stay away.

“The 30 feet is very impressive,” said Mario Villareal, the division chief for the San Diego Sector Border Patrol. “What we’re trying to accomplish is by putting tactical infrastructure on the border, by having all-weather roads, by putting Border Patrol agents on the immediate border is the deterrence.”

Whether the border-wall prototypes keep people away, will be closely scrutinized in the coming weeks. After they are done, CBP will move to the “test and evaluation” of each of the eight structures.

There are more pictures at the link.

Construction Set to Begin in Two Weeks on Prototypes for Trump’s Wall

MAGA, baby! At this point the wall is more a symbol of the will to resist the globalists than anything I can think of.

Washington Post via NOLA

By The Washington Post
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration on Thursday announced it has chosen four companies to build concrete prototypes of the president’s much-touted border wall.

Construction of the prototypes, to take place in San Diego, is the first step in fulfilling Trump’s campaign promise of building a “big, beautiful” wall stretching along the 2,000-mile Mexico border.

“Today we mark a significant milestone,” said Ronald Vitiello, acting deputy commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. “This is the first tangible result of the action planning that has gone on. This is the use of the resources we had available for this year.” There appears to be a lack of political will to fund a continuous barrier. Congress has set aside $20 million in the current budget to build the prototypes but has not appropriated any other money for the wall. Each of the four contracts are worth between just under $400,000 and $500,000, Vitiello said.

The companies chosen are: Caddell Construction in Montgomery, Alabama, Fisher Sand & Gravel/DBA Fisher Industries in Tempe, Arizona, Texas Sterling Construction in Houston, Texas, and W.G. Yates & Sons Construction in Philadelphia, Mississippi.

Construction is expected to begin on the concrete prototypes in two weeks, Vitiello said, and should be complete this fall within 30 days after breaking ground. Each prototype will be 30-feet long and up to 30-feet high, and will be located within close proximity of each other, he said. They will act as a secondary barrier in a border enforcement zone that already has a fence.

Homeland Security officials will then spend 30 to 60 days using small hand tools to test the prototypes to see how resistant they are to tampering and penetration, Vitiello said. Officials will consider aesthetics as well as anti-climb features and how technology could be used to complement the physical barrier.

“We are not just asking for a physical structure,” Vitiello said. “We’re asking for all the tools that help secure the border.”

The administration was originally expected to announce its decision on prototypes in June, but the contracting process was delayed after protests from two companies that had not made the list of finalists.

The Government Accountability Office dismissed the protests last Friday, but unsuccessful bidders now have another opportunity to file new protests, which could further delay construction.

During his visit last week to Phoenix, Trump threatened to shut down the government if Congress does not agree to fund his wall in September.

“Believe me, if we have to close down our government, we’re building that wall,” Trump said during his Arizona rally. ” The American people voted for immigration control. That’s one of the reasons I’m here, and that is what the American people deserve, and they’re going to get it.”

“Racist” Police Dog is a Little Slow Releasing His Bite on Negro’s Arm (Video)

FILE PHOTO OF POLICE DOG.

America’s great Negro people are rising up to protest a fine looking German Shepherd canine officer. Or maybe they’re protesting police dogs in general. It’s unclear. Negros are born with the protest gene. Their keen eyes are able to see racism where you, sir, are blind.

Watch the video after the story.

Snopes

A mothers’ advocacy group is demanding answers from officials in San Diego, California after footage circulated online of a local police dog biting a man’s arm then refusing to let go after being handcuffed.

One video, which received both local and national coverage, shows 26-year-old Karond Cheatum on the ground and handcuffed as the dog maintains its bite on his arm. A witness can be heard saying, “Why can’t you call your dog off?”

Initial reporting on the 9 July 2017 encounter misidentified Cheatum as another man, but San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephans’ office confirmed to us on 13 July 2017 that it was Cheatum who was in the video and taken into custody.

One police officer can be seen trying to pull the dog off of Cheatum, initially to no avail. Two other officers can be seen arriving on the scene and holding Cheatum’s legs to the ground. After 31 seconds in the video, the dog is pulled off of Cheatum.

A separate 10-second video shows the dog biting Cheatum’s arm as Cheatum drops to the ground after being ordered by Estrada. The dog maintains its grip while the officer orders Cheatum, “Show me your hand.”

Police said that the dog was dispatched after “multiple people” contacted dispatchers alerting them to Cheatum’s “erratic” behavior. He was allegedly seen jumping on cars, challenging people to fights, running in and out of traffic, and jumping on cars.

A police spokesperson, Lt. Scott Wahl, said that the video did not fully capture the encounter:

While these videos can be graphic in nature to view, keep in mind our canines are extremely effective at deescalating situations and preventing elevated levels of force to take people into custody.

Wahl also said that police dogs are not trained to release through the use of a verbal command. Instead, he said, officers are taught to apply pressure to their animals’ jaws once they have a suspect in handcuffs:

Sometimes it takes a bit to get into the right position. It’s not a perfect, sterile environment where you push a button and it happens.

We contacted the department seeking a follow-up comment but were referred to Stephans’ office. Her spokesperson, Tanya Sierra, did not comment citing the ongoing investigation into the encounter.

Following the spread of the two videos, the activist group Moms of Black Boys United for Social Change demanded that any body camera footage from the scene be released. Laila Aziz, a member of the group’s policy committee, is also demanding that Stephans investigate and prosecute the officer seen handling the dog for excessive force.

The group states on its website that founder Depelsha Thomas McGruder formed the organization through a private Facebook group she put together after watching footage of the extrajudicial killings of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana. According to MOBB, it now has more than 176,000 members around the United States.

Cheatum was taken to a local hospital where he was arraigned and charged with making a criminal threat, robbery, vandalism over $400, attempting to unlawfully take and drive a vehicle, and resisting arrest. He pleaded not guilty and his bail was set at $150,000. Cheatum’s next court appearance is scheduled for 21 July 2017.

The videos of the incident take up less than three minutes. Our canine gentledog is not biting the black perp, just holding on firmly until it’s clear in his mind that the guys in blue are safe.

Good dog!

That’s one great job by a great police dog. I hope our canine officer gets a nice steak dinner, with gravy and mashed potatoes, as a reward. If the perp had a gun in his hand or nearby, the only thing stopping the wacked out perp from killing someone was our canine hero.

First Humans May Have Arrived in America Thousands of Years Earlier than Believed

HE MAY HAVE BEEN IN AMERICA BEFORE THE INDIANS.

Quick, America! We have to give the country back.

But not to the Apache, the Sioux, and the Navaho.

No, we have to give it back to the hominims, pictured above.

Excerpt from Discover Magazine

Is the conventional chronology of human migration little more than a house of cards? Maybe. And there’s a strong wind (or at least a tantalizing breeze) blowing in from southern California, where researchers say they have evidence that the First Americans may have arrived on the continent almost ten times earlier than we thought. And here’s another kicker: the first humans in the Americas may not have been Homo sapiens.

The results, published today in Nature, came out of several different lines of inquiry, all leading to the same stunning conclusion: A partial mastodon skeleton unearthed near San Diego appears to have been processed by some kind of hominin about 130,000 years ago.

To put this in context, right now the generally accepted arrival date for humans in the Americas — from Siberia, via the land bridge Beringia — is a mere 15,000 years ago. There have been a handful of sites from Brazil and Chile to the Great Plains of the U.S. suggesting human activity up to 40,000 years ago, but academic opinion on the legitimacy of those sites is deeply divided.

This is the kind of brainshock that, once you shake off the initial surprise, questions go stampeding through your head like a bunch of spooked mastodons. So let’s take it one step at a time.

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US Navy admiral sentenced to 18 months in ‘Fat Leonard’ bribery scandal

FORMER ADMIRAL ROBERT GILBEAU COULDN’T RESIST ASIAN HOOKERS.

Third world bribery proved too much for an American admiral when Asian prostitutes were dangled in front of him.

Excerpt from Navy Times

SAN DIEGO — Over two decades, Robert Gilbeau rose through the ranks to Navy admiral and earned a chest-full of honors for his service, including a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. During that period he also partied across Southeast Asia with a gregarious Malaysian businessman who paid for lavish dinners, drinks at karaoke bars and prostitutes.

That businessman, known as “Fat Leonard,” is the centerpiece of a massive bribery scandal involving Navy officers, and Gilbeau last year pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about their relationship. He was the first active-duty admiral convicted of a federal crime and on Wednesday he learned his penalty: 18 months in jail.

Acting U.S. Attorney Alana W. Robinson called it a “somber day.”

“When tempted by parties and prostitutes, one of our most respected leaders chose karaoke over character, and cover-up over confession,” she said. “In doing so he forever tarnished the reputation of a revered institution.”

Gilbeau acknowledged his wrongdoing in federal court in San Diego.

GUILBEAU GOING TO COURT WITH HIS SERVICE DOG.

He told the judge he is “deeply sorry” and cannot explain his actions. He stood in court with his fluffy white dog, which accompanies him as part of his treatment for post-traumatic stress. Gilbeau’s defense had argued that his PTSD and a traumatic brain injury from a blast in Iraq should be taken into account, though prosecutors said he was exaggerating his condition because he knew he was going to get caught.

“I never wanted to end my career this way,” said the 56-year-old Navy veteran, who earned a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for his service in Iraq in 2007. “I’m still proud of my career and to be an American.”

Gilbeau wrote in a letter to the judge that “I have no one to blame but myself.”

He wrote that while his PTSD is not an excuse, it gave him a desire to “make self-destructive decisions.”

Gilbeau was convicted in June after admitting that he lied when he told federal agents that he had never received any gifts from Leonard Glenn Francis. The Navy allowed him to retire in October but reduced his rank from rear admiral to captain.

Nicknamed “Fat Leonard” because of his wide girth, Francis has admitted to bribing Navy officials with more than $500,000 in cash, prostitutes, and other gifts in exchange for classified information to help his company, Glenn Defense Marine Asia. He is awaiting sentencing.

Francis and his company that supplies food and fuel to ships overbilled the Navy by more than $34 million, prosecutors said.

FAT LEONARD.

It looks like Gilbeau got very little in return for whatever classified information he supplied to Fat Leonard. The half mil in bribes were spread out over several Navy officials. Gilbeau caught a break when he was allowed to retire. He’ll still get a fat Captain’s pension, which depending on years of service, can be up to $8,000 a month.