Tag Archive: Murder


Cop Tases Handcuffed Girl Repeatedly Until She Becomes Vegetative, Dies

 

 

 

 

 

 

” A 20-yr-old girl’s family has filed a lawsuit against a cop after their daughter was left in a brain-dead, vegetative state until she died.

  Officer Cole, who was known as “Trigger Happy Trooper,” can be seen on dashcam video Tasing the girl until she passed into a vegetative state (footage below).

  She clearly posed no threat to the officer, but he continued to Tase her anyway.

  She was in handcuffs at the time.

  Once he Tased her in her back, she fell to the pavement and became paralyzed.

  She said, “I can’t get up.”

  The officer sneered, “I don’t want you to get up,” and continued to send high voltage electricity into her limp body until she entered into brain-death.

  After surviving in a vegetative state for some time, she finally died, leaving behind her family and community.”

 

    Officer Cole is also the defendant in another lawsuit for excessive force after being cleared by his peers for shooting an innocent cemetery owner last year for an alleged “property crime”  and a minister in 2001 for a broken tail light. No wonder he is known as the “trigger-happy trooper” . 

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Man Charged With ‘Atomic Wedgie’ Murder Of Stepfather

 

 

 

” A 33-year-old Oklahoma man has been charged with killing his stepfather by giving him an “atomic wedgie,” that caused the victim to suffocate on his own underwear.

  Brad Lee Davis was charged with murder in the death of 58-year-old Denver St. Clair in a drunken family fight at a residence just east of Oklahoma City, the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office said in an arrest affidavit obtained on Wednesday.

  Police arrested Davis on Tuesday. The affidavit said he “grabbed St. Clair’s underwear and gave him an ‘atomic wedgie.’ Davis allegedly pulled the elastic waistband of St. Clair’s underwear over his head and around his neck.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Man Attacked By Robber, Fights Back, Is Charged With Murder

 

 

” A robber attacked Washington D.C. tow truck driver, striking him in the head with a gun, but the driver successfully fought back — and now faces a murder charge.

  The driver, 35-year-old Corey Stoddard, was approached by 22-year-old Kevin Lewis Crouch in a tow lot in northeast D.C. earlier this week. Crouch asked Stoddard about a green car. Stoddard replied that there was no green car in the lot, prompting Crouch to draw a gun and threaten him.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Man May Have Thrown Son From Roof Before Jumping

 

 

 

” A man and his 3-year-old son died Sunday after plummeting from a building near Lincoln Center.

  Police on Sunday night were still investigating exactly what happened. But as 1010 WINS’ Gary Baumgarten reported, sources said the father — identified as Dmitriy Kanarikov, 35, may have tossed the boy — Kirill Kanarikov, 3 — off the balcony and then jumped to his own death.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Police Identify Four Suspects Charged In Deadly New Jersey Mall Carjacking

 

 

 


” Four men have been arrested and charged in the death of a man shot in front of his wife during a carjacking outside an upscale mall in northern New Jersey last weekend, authorities say. 

  The suspects, identified as Hanif Thompson, 29, Karif Ford, 31, Basim Henry 32, and Kevin Roberts, 33, appear to have been motivated by a desire for the victim’s silver Range Rover, Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray said in a press conference Saturday. 

  The victim, 30-year-old Dustin Friedland, was shot in the head Dec.15 in front of his wife in the parking garage of The Mall at Short Hills. Authorities found the Range Rover, which two of the suspects drove off in, the next morning in Newark, about 10 miles from Short Hills. “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured On CCTV The Horrifying Moment French Mother Calmly Pushes Her Baby Girl To Drown In The Sea Because She Claimed Child Was ‘Incompatible’ With Her Love Life

” A mother faces life imprisonment after confessing she drowned her 15-month-old daughter in the English Channel because the child was ‘incompatible’ with her love life.

  CCTV footage has emerged of Fabienne Kabou, 36, from Senegal, pushing little Adelaide to the coast of Berck sur Mer on November 19.

  The next day, Adelaide was found dead, strapped in a pushchair submerged in the water, by a fisherman.

  After ten days of searching nationwide, police used DNA from the pram to trace Ms Kabou to the home she shares with a 63-year-old man in Paris, where she was arrested.

  Ms Kabou, a philosophy student, told police she took the drastic move after deciding motherhood was ‘incompatible’ with her love life with Adelaide’s father.” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elderly Woman Killed In Shootout By Armed Robbers Over Gambling Money

The victim

The perpetrator

 

” A 76-year-old South Carolina woman who managed an illegal gambling hall died in a shootout with armed robbers, authorities said.

  Three thieves ambushed Dorothy “Dot” Hendrix as she pulled up to her house, Anderson County Sheriff’s Lt. Sheila Cole told the Daily News.

“ It looks like they were waiting for her,” Cole said.

  Hendrix ran an off-the-books gaming center, and investigators suspect the attackers thought she’d be carrying a lot of cash from the business.

“ This was not a random act,” Sheriff John Skipper said in a statement. “The robbery was planned and she was specifically targeted. The trio had knowledge that Hendrix carried large sums of money home with her at night.”

  Neighbors reported the sound of a firefight about 1 a.m. on Nov. 23 in the rural cul-de-sac. Sheriff’s deputies arrived to find Hendrix shot to death near her carport and one of the suspects lying across the road — gutshot but still alive.”

 

 

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Policeman Suspected Of Killing Man He Met On A Cannibal Site

 

” Police in Dresden, Germany, say that they arrested a police officer on suspicion of murder after a man’s body was found in the Erz mountain. The suspect and the victim met via a fetishist website for cannibalism.

 
  On Friday police say that parts of the victim, who lived in Hanover, may have been eaten, as there are some indications pointing to that, according to BBC.

 

  According to ABC, Police say that the suspect, 55, confessed to slashing the throat of his willing victim, 59, and then he cut the body up into small pieces and proceeded to bury them in his garden.”

Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau, south of Dresden, November 29, 2013. A German policeman has been arrested after the chopped-up body of a man he met on a fetishist website for cannibalism was found buried in his garden, police in the eastern city of Dresden said on Friday. REUTERS-Pawel Sosnowski

  Who knew that there were websites for cannibals ?  Some history on the practice of cannibalism can be found here . If one is interested in the more modern occurrences of this abhorrent practice among some of society’s most malevolent creatures read this . Very disturbing stuff , on a par with serial killers we would say , as a fount of human nightmares.

Crystal Mangum Found Guilty Of 2nd-Degree Murder

 

 

 

” A jury found Crystal Mangum guilty of second-degree murder Friday for stabbing and killing her boyfriend, Reginald Daye, in 2011.

After Superior Court Judge Paul Ridgeway sentenced Mangum to 14 years and two months to 18 years in prison, deputies immediately led her handcuffed out of the courtroom.

In 2006, Mangum accused three Duke lacrosse players of raping her at a party. The charges were later dismissed after the evidence did not back up Mangum’s story. Her accusations tore apart the Duke lacrosse program and resulted in the disbarment of District Attorney Mike Nifong.

Assistant District Attorney Charlene Franks, who prosecuted the murder case, said it was never about Crystal Mangum, the Duke lacrosse accuser.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muslims Slaughter Men In Diabolical Ritual, And Abuse Their Corpses

 

” Here is a recent video showing a gang of Muslims, without any human affection, slaughtering a man and then abusing his corpse:

 

This is a Google translation of this video : 

Syrian opposition militias Nkotaia Headers and abuse of corpses and U.S. support is coming to them 2

 

 

    These are brutal videos , exposed by Walid Shoebat , of our “allies” in Syria that show beheadings , executions and ritual slaughter of Christians and Muslims alike . Not for the squeamish or faint of heart . 

  And this is the translated title for the video below :

Shiites hell,,,,,,, beheading soldiers Maliki and Sahoath the Phalange Islamic Fighting in Syria & Islamic bat

” This is all human sacrifice, and its demonic. After watching this video, understand that these are the people who are killing Christians, and PLEASE DONATE TO SAVE CHRISTIAN LIVES.

Father Of 3 David Carlson Released From Jail On Dramatically Reduced Bail

 

 

 

” “New York is not a ‘stand your ground state.’ There is a duty to retreat, especially if you’re armed and the other person isn’t. You can’t walk away from a dead guy when there’s a shooting involved,” Brady said.

But it isn’t just a shooting; it’s an act many here consider to be heroic — a defense of the community. It has now set the stage for a trial that could help define the limits of deadly force when an armed citizen is facing a fleeing criminal suspect.

Carlson was indicted by a grand jury on Thursday.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

American Gun Use Is Out Of Control. Shouldn’t The World Intervene?

 

 

” That’s America, we say, as news of the latest massacre breaks – last week it was the slaughter of 12 people by Aaron Alexis at Washington DC’s navy yard – and move on. But what if we no longer thought of this as just a problem for America and, instead, viewed it as an international humanitarian crisis – a quasi civil war, if you like, that calls for outside intervention? As citizens of the world, perhaps we should demand an end to the unimaginable suffering of victims and their families – the maiming and killing of children – just as America does in every new civil conflict around the globe.

The annual toll from firearms in the US is running at 32,000 deaths * and climbing, even though the general crime rate is on a downward path (it is 40% lower than in 1980). If this perennial slaughter doesn’t qualify for intercession by the UN and all relevant NGOs, it is hard to know what does.

 

* This is a bogus number as the FBI Homicide statistics show . In reality the total of ALL homicides annually regardless of method used is less than half of the number cited .

   The author can include suicides if he wants but that is a red herring . The suicide rate has no bearing whatsoever on public safety . In fact there is a strong argument to be made from the libertarian side that a person should have the right to end his/her own life should they so choose , but that’s a matter for a different post .

 

 

 

United States Crime Rates 1960 – 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Total Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 179,323,175 3,384,200 288,460 3,095,700 9,110  17,190 107,840 154,320 912,100 1,855,400 328,200
1961 182,992,000 3,488,000 289,390 3,198,600 8,740  17,220 106,670 156,760 949,600 1,913,000 336,000
1962 185,771,000 3,752,200 301,510 3,450,700 8,530  17,550 110,860 164,570 994,300 2,089,600 366,800
1963 188,483,000 4,109,500 316,970 3,792,500 8,640 17,650 116,470 174,210 1,086,400 2,297,800 408,300
1964 191,141,000 4,564,600 364,220 4,200,400 9,360 21,420 130,390 203,050 1,213,200 2,514,400 472,800
1965 193,526,000 4,739,400 387,390 4,352,000 9,960 23,410 138,690 215,330 1,282,500 2,572,600 496,900
1966 195,576,000 5,223,500 430,180 4,793,300 11,040 25,820 157,990 235,330 1,410,100 2,822,000 561,200
1967 197,457,000 5,903,400 499,930 5,403,500 12,240 27,620 202,910 257,160 1,632,100 3,111,600 659,800
1968 199,399,000 6,720,200 595,010 6,125,200 13,800 31,670 262,840 286,700 1,858,900 3,482,700 783,600
1969 201,385,000 7,410,900 661,870 6,749,000 14,760 37,170 298,850 311,090 1,981,900 3,888,600 878,500
1970 203,235,298 8,098,000 738,820 7,359,200 16,000 37,990 349,860 334,970 2,205,000 4,225,800 928,400
1971 206,212,000 8,588,200 816,500 7,771,700 17,780 42,260 387,700 368,760 2,399,300 4,424,200 948,200
1972 208,230,000 8,248,800 834,900 7,413,900 18,670 46,850 376,290 393,090 2,375,500 4,151,200 887,200
1973 209,851,000 8,718,100 875,910 7,842,200 19,640 51,400 384,220 420,650 2,565,500 4,347,900 928,800
1974 211,392,000 10,253,400 974,720 9,278,700 20,710 55,400 442,400 456,210 3,039,200 5,262,500 977,100
1975 213,124,000 11,292,400 1,039,710 10,252,700 20,510 56,090 470,500 492,620 3,265,300 5,977,700 1,009,600
1976 214,659,000 11,349,700 1,004,210 10,345,500 18,780 57,080 427,810 500,530 3,108,700 6,270,800 966,000
1977 216,332,000 10,984,500 1,029,580 9,955,000 19,120 63,500 412,610 534,350 3,071,500 5,905,700 977,700
1978 218,059,000 11,209,000 1,085,550 10,123,400 19,560 67,610 426,930 571,460 3,128,300 5,991,000 1,004,100
1979 220,099,000 12,249,500 1,208,030 11,041,500 21,460 76,390 480,700 629,480 3,327,700 6,601,000 1,112,800
1980 225,349,264 13,408,300 1,344,520 12,063,700 23,040 82,990 565,840 672,650 3,795,200 7,136,900 1,131,700
1981 229,146,000 13,423,800 1,361,820 12,061,900 22,520 82,500 592,910 663,900 3,779,700 7,194,400 1,087,800
1982 231,534,000 12,974,400 1,322,390 11,652,000 21,010 78,770 553,130 669,480 3,447,100 7,142,500 1,062,400
1983 233,981,000 12,108,600 1,258,090 10,850,500 19,310 78,920 506,570 653,290 3,129,900 6,712,800 1,007,900
1984 236,158,000 11,881,800 1,273,280 10,608,500 18,690 84,230 485,010 685,350 2,984,400 6,591,900 1,032,200
1985 238,740,000 12,431,400 1,328,800 11,102,600 18,980 88,670 497,870 723,250 3,073,300 6,926,400 1,102,900
1986 240,132,887 13,211,869 1,489,169 11,722,700 20,613 91,459 542,775 834,322 3,241,410 7,257,153 1,224,137
1987 242,282,918 13,508,700 1,483,999 12,024,700 20,096 91,110 517,704 855,088 3,236,184 7,499,900 1,288,674
1988 245,807,000 13,923,100 1,566,220 12,356,900 20,680 92,490 542,970 910,090 3,218,100 7,705,900 1,432,900
1989 248,239,000 14,251,400 1,646,040 12,605,400 21,500 94,500 578,330 951,710 3,168,200 7,872,400 1,564,800
1990 248,709,873 14,475,600 1,820,130 12,655,500 23,440 102,560 639,270 1,054,860 3,073,900 7,945,700 1,635,900
1991 252,177,000 14,872,900 1,911,770 12,961,100 24,700 106,590 687,730 1,092,740 3,157,200 8,142,200 1,661,700
1992 255,082,000 14,438,200 1,932,270 12,505,900 23,760 109,060 672,480 1,126,970 2,979,900 7,915,200 1,610,800
1993 257,908,000 14,144,800 1,926,020 12,218,800 24,530 106,010 659,870 1,135,610 2,834,800 7,820,900 1,563,100
1994 260,341,000 13,989,500 1,857,670 12,131,900 23,330 102,220 618,950 1,113,180 2,712,800 7,879,800 1,539,300
1995 262,755,000 13,862,700 1,798,790 12,063,900 21,610 97,470 580,510 1,099,210 2,593,800 7,997,700 1,472,400
1996 265,228,572 13,493,863 1,688,540 11,805,300 19,650 96,250 535,590 1,037,050 2,506,400 7,904,700 1,394,200
1997 267,637,000 13,194,571 1,634,770 11,558,175 18,208 96,153 498,534 1,023,201 2,460,526 7,743,760 1,354,189
1998 270,296,000 12,475,634 1,531,044 10,944,590 16,914 93,103 446,625 974,402 2,329,950 7,373,886 1,240,754
1999 272,690,813 11,634,378 1,426,044 10,208,334 15,522 89,411 409,371 911,740 2,100,739 6,955,520 1,152,075
2000 281,421,906 11,608,072 1,425,486 10,182,586 15,586 90,178 408,016 911,706 2,050,992 6,971,590 1,160,002
2001 285,317,559 11,876,669 1,439,480 10,437,480 16,037 90,863 423,557 909,023 2,116,531 7,092,267 1,228,391
2002 287,973,924 11,878,954 1,423,677 10,455,277 16,229 95,235 420,806 891,407 2,151,252 7,057,370 1,246,646
2003 290,690,788 11,826,538 1,383,676 10,442,862 16,528 93,883 414,235 859,030 2,154,834 7,026,802 1,261,226
2004 293,656,842 11,679,474 1,360,088 10,319,386 16,148 95,089 401,470 847,381 2,144,446 6,937,089 1,237,851
2005 296,507,061 11,565,499 1,390,745 10,174,754 16,740 94,347 417,438 862,220 2,155,448 6,783,447 1,235,859
2006 299,398,484 11,401,511 1,418,043 9,983,568 17,030 92,757 447,403 860,853 2,183,746 6,607,013 1,192,809
2007 301,621,157 11,251,828 1,408,337 9,843,481 16,929 90,427 445,125 855,856 2,176,140 6,568,572 1,095,769
2008 304,374,846 11,160,543 1,392,628 9,767,915 16,442 90,479 443,574 842,134 2,228,474 6,588,046 958,629
2009 307,006,550 10,762,956 1,325,896 9,337,060 15,399 89,241 408,742 812,514 2,203,313 6,338,095 795,652
2010 309,330,219 10,363,873 1,251,248 9,112,625 14,772 85,593 369,089 781,844 2,168,457 6,204,601 739,565
2011 311,587,817 10,258,774 1,206,031 9,052,743 14,661 84,175 354,772 752,423 2,185,140 6,151,095 716,508
2012 313,914,040 10,189,902 1,214,464 8,975,438 14,827 84,376 354,522 760,739 2,103,787 6,150,598 721,053

 

 

 

    As the above chart shows the murder rate peaked in 1980 and has been generally headed downward ever since .

     To simplify matters here are the odds of an American being murdered on a per capita basis from 1960 to the present , decade by decade :

1960 – 1 in 19,684

1970 – 1 in 12,702

1980 – 1 in 9,781

1990 – 1 in 10,610

2000 – 1 in 18,056

2010 – 1 in 20,940

2012 – 1 in 21,172

   While these figures include murder of all kinds and not just firearms deaths the trend is clear . The individual American is safer today than at any time in the past half century . What has changed for the worse is the sensationalism and dishonesty of the mainstream media and it’s creation of the 24 hour news feed .

   The ever present desire for ratings combined with the media becoming more and more of a government handmaiden has created the illusion of a country awash in violence when , in fact , the opposite is the case .

   See for yourself . Below are the crime stats from 1960 through the present on a per capita basis .

United States Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Total Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 179,323,175 1,887.2 160.9 1,726.3 5.1 9.6 60.1 86.1 508.6 1,034.7 183.0
1961 182,992,000 1,906.1 158.1 1,747.9 4.8 9.4 58.3 85.7 518.9 1,045.4 183.6
1962 185,771,000 2,019.8 162.3 1,857.5 4.6 9.4 59.7 88.6 535.2 1,124.8 197.4
1963 188,483,000 2,180.3 168.2 2,012.1 4.6 9.4 61.8 92.4 576.4 1,219.1 216.6
1964 191,141,000 2,388.1 190.6 2,197.5 4.9 11.2 68.2 106.2 634.7 1,315.5 247.4
1965 193,526,000 2,449.0 200.2 2,248.8 5.1 12.1 71.7 111.3 662.7 1,329.3 256.8
1966 195,576,000 2,670.8 220.0 2,450.9 5.6 13.2 80.8 120.3 721.0 1,442.9 286.9
1967 197,457,000 2,989.7 253.2 2,736.5 6.2 14.0 102.8 130.2 826.6 1,575.8 334.1
1968 199,399,000 3,370.2 298.4 3,071.8 6.9 15.9 131.8 143.8 932.3 1,746.6 393.0
1969 201,385,000 3,680.0 328.7 3,351.3 7.3 18.5 148.4 154.5 984.1 1,930.9 436.2
1970 203,235,298 3,984.5 363.5 3,621.0 7.9 18.7 172.1 164.8 1,084.9 2,079.3 456.8
1971 206,212,000 4,164.7 396.0 3,768.8 8.6 20.5 188.0 178.8 1,163.5 2,145.5 459.8
1972 208,230,000 3,961.4 401.0 3,560.4 9.0 22.5 180.7 188.8 1,140.8 1,993.6 426.1
1973 209,851,000 4,154.4 417.4 3,737.0 9.4 24.5 183.1 200.5 1,222.5 2,071.9 442.6
1974 211,392,000 4,850.4 461.1 4,389.3 9.8 26.2 209.3 215.8 1,437.7 2,489.5 462.2
1975 213,124,000 5,298.5 487.8 4,810.7 9.6 26.3 220.8 231.1 1,532.1 2,804.8 473.7
1976 214,659,000 5,287.3 467.8 4,819.5 8.7 26.6 199.3 233.2 1,448.2 2,921.3 450.0
1977 216,332,000 5,077.6 475.9 4,601.7 8.8 29.4 190.7 247.0 1,419.8 2,729.9 451.9
1978 218,059,000 5,140.4 497.8 4,642.5 9.0 31.0 195.8 262.1 1,434.6 2,747.4 460.5
1979 220,099,000 5,565.5 548.9 5,016.6 9.8 34.7 218.4 286.0 1,511.9 2,999.1 505.6
1980 225,349,264 5,950.0 596.6 5,353.3 10.2 36.8 251.1 298.5 1,684.1 3,167.0 502.2
1981 229,146,000 5,858.2 594.3 5,263.8 9.8 36.0 258.7 289.7 1,649.5 3,139.7 474.7
1982 231,534,000 5,603.7 571.1 5,032.5 9.1 34.0 238.9 289.1 1,488.8 3,084.9 458.9
1983 233,981,000 5,175.0 537.7 4,637.3 8.3 33.7 216.5 279.2 1,337.7 2,869.0 430.8
1984 236,158,000 5,031.3 539.2 4,492.1 7.9 35.7 205.4 290.2 1,263.7 2,791.3 437.1
1985 238,740,000 5,207.1 556.6 4,650.5 8.0 37.1 208.5 302.9 1,287.3 2,901.2 462.0
1986 240,132,887 5,480.4 620.1 4,881.8 8.6 38.1 226.0 347.4 1,349.8 3,022.1 509.8
1987 243,400,000 5,550.0 609.7 4,940.3 8.3 37.4 212.7 351.3 1,329.6 3,081.3 529.5
1988 245,807,000 5,664.2 637.2 5,027.1 8.4 37.6 220.9 370.2 1,309.2 3,134.9 582.9
1989 248,239,000 5,741.0 663.1 5,077.9 8.7 38.1 233.0 383.4 1,276.3 3,171.3 630.4
1990 248,709,873 5,820.3 731.8 5,088.5 9.4 41.2 257.0 424.1 1,235.9 3,194.8 657.8
1991 252,177,000 5,897.8 758.1 5,139.7 9.8 42.3 272.7 433.3 1,252.0 3,228.8 658.9
1992 255,082,000 5,660.2 757.5 4,902.7 9.3 42.8 263.6 441.8 1,168.2 3,103.0 631.5
1993 257,908,000 5,484.4 746.8 4,737.7 9.5 41.1 255.9 440.3 1,099.2 3,032.4 606.1
1994 260,341,000 5,373.5 713.6 4,660.0 9.0 39.3 237.7 427.6 1,042.0 3,026.7 591.3
1995 262,755,000 5,274.9 684.5 4,591.3 8.2 37.1 220.9 418.3 987.1 3,043.8 560.4
1996 265,284,000 5,087.6 636.6 4,451.0 7.4 36.3 201.9 390.9 945.0 2,980.3 525.7
1997 267,637,000 4,927.3 611.0 4,316.3 6.8 35.9 186.1 382.1 919.6 2,891.8 505.7
1998 270,296,000 4,615.5 566.4 4,049.1 6.3 34.4 165.2 360.5 862.0 2,728.1 459.0
1999 272,690,813 4,266.5 523.0 3,743.6 5.7 32.8 150.1 334.3 770.4 2,550.7 422.5
2000 281,421,906 4,124.8 506.5 3,618.3 5.5 32.0 145.0 324.0 728.8 2,477.3 412.2
2001 285,317,559 4,162.6 504.5 3,658.1 5.6 31.8 148.5 318.6 741.8 2,485.7 430.5
2002 287,973,924 4,125.0 494.4 3,630.6 5.6 33.1 146.1 309.5 747.0 2,450.7 432.9
2003 290,690,788 4,067.0 475.8 3,591.2 5.7 32.3 142.5 295.4 741.0 2,416.5 433.7
2004 293,656,842 3,977.3 463.2 3,514.1 5.5 32.4 136.7 288.6 730.3 2,362.3 421.5
2005 296,507,061 3,900.5 469.0 3,431.5 5.6 31.8 140.8 290.8 726.9 2,287.8 416.8
2006 299,398,484 3,808.1 473.6 3,334.5 5.7 30.9 149.4 287.5 729.4 2,206.8 398.4
2007 301,621,157 3,730.4 466.9 3,263.5 5.6 30.0 147.6 283.8 722.5 2,177.8 363.3
2008 304,374,846 3,669.0 457.5 3,211.5 5.4 29.7 145.7 276.7 732.1 2,167.0 314.7
2009 307,006,550 3,465.5 431.9 3,036.1 5.0 29.1 133.1 264.7 717.7 2,064.5 259.2
2010 309,330,219 3,350.4 404.5 2,945.9 4.8 27.7 119.3 252.8 701.0 2,005.8 239.1
2011 311,587,817 3,292.5 387.1 2,905.4 4.7 27.0 113.9 241.5 701.3 1,974.1 230.0
2012 313,914,040 3,246.1 386.9 2,859.2 4.7 26.9 112.9 242.3 670.2 1,959.3 229.7

   A quick review of the above table reveals that the rates for violent crime , property crime , rape ,robbery , larceny and auto theft all peaked in 1991 . The rates for murder and burglary peaked in 1980 and assault in 1992 . 

   The Statists control the “bully pulpit” and thus would have us believe that we are under siege and in need of an armed intervention . It all boils down to Rahm Emanuel’s ” never let a crisis go to waste ” statement with the added caveat that if there is no crisis , manufacture one .

 

   Here is additional food for thought . 

Murder Rates By Country

 

UNODC murder rates most recent year (full table here)
Country Rate Count Region Subregion
Burundi 21.7 1,726 Africa Eastern Africa
Comoros 12.2 85 Africa Eastern Africa
Djibouti 3.4 29 Africa Eastern Africa
Eritrea 17.8 879 Africa Eastern Africa
Ethiopia 25.5 20,239 Africa Eastern Africa
Kenya 20.1 7,733 Africa Eastern Africa
Madagascar 8.1 1,588 Africa Eastern Africa
Malawi 36.0 5,039 Africa Eastern Africa
Mauritius 2.5 33 Africa Eastern Africa
Mozambique 8.8 1,925 Africa Eastern Africa
Rwanda 17.1 1,708 Africa Eastern Africa
Seychelles 8.3 7 Africa Eastern Africa
Somalia 1.5 138+ Africa Eastern Africa
Uganda 36.3 11,373 Africa Eastern Africa
Tanzania 24.5 10,357 Africa Eastern Africa
Zambia 38.0 4,710 Africa Eastern Africa
Zimbabwe 14.3 1,775 Africa Eastern Africa
Angola 19.0 3,426 Africa Middle Africa
Cameroon 19.7 3,700 Africa Middle Africa
Central African Republic 29.3 1,240 Africa Middle Africa
Chad 15.8 1,686 Africa Middle Africa
Congo 30.8 1,180 Africa Middle Africa
Democratic Republic of the Congo 21.7 13,558 Africa Middle Africa
Equatorial Guinea 20.7 137 Africa Middle Africa
São Tomé and Príncipe 1.9 3 Africa Middle Africa
Gabon 13.8 200 Africa Middle Africa
Algeria 1.5 516 Africa Northern Africa
Egypt 1.2 992 Africa Northern Africa
Libya 2.9 176+ Africa Northern Africa
Morocco 1.4 447 Africa Northern Africa
Sudan 24.2 10,028++ Africa Northern Africa
Tunisia 1.1 117 Africa Northern Africa
Botswana 14.5 287 Africa Southern Africa
Lesotho 35.2 764 Africa Southern Africa
Namibia 17.2 352 Africa Southern Africa
South Africa 31.8 15,940 Africa Southern Africa
Swaziland 12.9 141 Africa Southern Africa
Benin 15.1 1,262 Africa Western Africa
Burkina Faso 18.0 2,876 Africa Western Africa
Cape Verde 11.6 56 Africa Western Africa
Ivory Coast 56.9 10,801 Africa Western Africa
Gambia 10.8 106 Africa Western Africa
Ghana 15.7 3,646 Africa Western Africa
Guinea 22.5 2,152 Africa Western Africa
Guinea-Bissau 20.2 294 Africa Western Africa
Liberia 10.1 371 Africa Western Africa
Mali 8.0 1,157 Africa Western Africa
Mauritania 14.7 485 Africa Western Africa
Niger 3.8 552 Africa Western Africa
Nigeria 12.2 18,422 Africa Western Africa
Senegal 8.7 1,027 Africa Western Africa
Sierra Leone 14.9 837 Africa Western Africa
Togo 10.9 627 Africa Western Africa
Anguilla 6.8 1 Americas Caribbean
Antigua and Barbuda 6.8 6 Americas Caribbean
Bahamas 27.4 94 Americas Caribbean
Barbados 11.3 31 Americas Caribbean
British Virgin Islands 8.6 2 Americas Caribbean
Cayman Islands 8.4 5 Americas Caribbean
Cuba 5.0 563 Americas Caribbean
Dominica 22.1 15 Americas Caribbean
Dominican Republic 25.0 2,513 Americas Caribbean
Grenada 11.5 12 Americas Caribbean
Guadeloupe 7.0 32 Americas Caribbean
Haiti 6.9 689 Americas Caribbean
Jamaica 40.9 1,125 Americas Caribbean
Martinique 4.2 17 Americas Caribbean
Montserrat 19.7 1 Americas Caribbean
 Puerto Rico 26.2 983 Americas Caribbean
Saint Kitts and Nevis 38.2 20 Americas Caribbean
Saint Lucia 25.2 44 Americas Caribbean
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 22.9 25 Americas Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago 35.2 472 Americas Caribbean
Turks and Caicos Islands 8.7 3 Americas Caribbean
U.S. Virgin Islands 39.2 43 Americas Caribbean
Belize 41.4 129 Americas Central America
Costa Rica 10.0 474 Americas Central America
El Salvador 69.2 4,308 Americas Central America
Guatemala 38.5 5,681 Americas Central America
Honduras 91.6 7,104 Americas Central America
Mexico 23.7 27,199+ Americas Central America
Nicaragua 12.6 738 Americas Central America
Panama 21.6 759 Americas Central America
Bermuda 12.3 8 Americas Northern America
Canada 1.6 554 Americas Northern America
United States 4.8 14,748 Americas Northern America
Argentina 3.4 1,360 Americas South America
Bolivia 8.9 884 Americas South America
Brazil 21.0 40,974 Americas South America
Chile 3.7 639 Americas South America
Colombia 31.4 14,746+ Americas South America
Ecuador 18.2 2,638 Americas South America
French Guiana 13.3 30 Americas South America
Guyana 18.6 140 Americas South America
Paraguay 11.5 741 Americas South America
Peru 10.3 2,969 Americas South America
Suriname 4.6 24 Americas South America
Uruguay 5.9 199 Americas South America
Venezuela 45.1 13,080 Americas South America
Kazakhstan 8.8 1,418 Asia Central Asia
Kyrgyzstan 20.1 1,072 Asia Central Asia
Tajikistan 2.1 143 Asia Central Asia
Turkmenistan 4.2 203 Asia Central Asia
Uzbekistan 3.1 831 Asia Central Asia
China 1.0 13,410 Asia Eastern Asia
Taiwan 3.2 743 Asia Eastern Asia
North Korea 15.2 3,658 Asia Eastern Asia
Hong Kong 0.2 17 Asia Eastern Asia
Japan 0.4 506 Asia Eastern Asia
Macau 0.7 4 Asia Eastern Asia
Mongolia 8.7 239 Asia Eastern Asia
South Korea[note 1][note 2] 2.6 1,251 Asia Eastern Asia
Brunei 0.5 2 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Cambodia 3.4 448 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Indonesia 8.1 18,963 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Laos 4.6 279 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Malaysia 2.3 604 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Myanmar 10.2 4,800 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Philippines 5.4 4,947 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Singapore 0.3 16 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Thailand 4.8 3,307 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Timor-Leste 6.9 75 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Vietnam 1.6 1,346 Asia South-Eastern Asia
Afghanistan 2.4 712+ Asia Southern Asia
Bangladesh 2.7 3,988 Asia Southern Asia
Bhutan 1.0 7 Asia Southern Asia
India 3.5 42,923+ Asia Southern Asia
Iran 3.0 2,215 Asia Southern Asia
Maldives 1.6 5 Asia Southern Asia
Nepal 2.8 818 Asia Southern Asia
Pakistan 7.8 13,860+ Asia Southern Asia
Sri Lanka 3.6 745 Asia Southern Asia
Armenia 1.4 44 Asia Western Asia
Azerbaijan 2.2 206 Asia Western Asia
Bahrain 0.6 6 Asia Western Asia
Cyprus 1.7 19 Asia Western Asia
Iraq 2.0 608+ Asia Western Asia
Israel 2.1 159+ Asia Western Asia
Jordan 1.8 100 Asia Western Asia
Kuwait 2.2 59 Asia Western Asia
Lebanon 2.2 95 Asia Western Asia
Palestine 4.1 145+ Asia Western Asia
Oman 0.7 18 Asia Western Asia
Qatar 0.9 13 Asia Western Asia
Saudi Arabia 1.0 265+ Asia Western Asia
Syria 2.3 463+ Asia Western Asia
Turkey 3.3 2,320 Asia Western Asia
United Arab Emirates 0.8 39 Asia Western Asia
Yemen 4.2 990+ Asia Western Asia
Belarus 4.9 473 Europe Eastern Europe
Bulgaria 2.0 147 Europe Eastern Europe
Czech Republic 1.7 181 Europe Eastern Europe
Georgia 4.3 187 Europe Eastern Europe
Hungary 1.3 133 Europe Eastern Europe
Poland 1.1 436 Europe Eastern Europe
Moldova 7.5 267 Europe Eastern Europe
Romania 2.0 421 Europe Eastern Europe
Russia 10.2 14,574 Europe Eastern Europe
Slovakia 1.5 84 Europe Eastern Europe
Ukraine 5.2 2,356 Europe Eastern Europe
Denmark 0.9 47 Europe Northern Europe
Estonia 5.2 70 Europe Northern Europe
Finland 2.2 118 Europe Northern Europe
Greenland 19.2 11 Europe Northern Europe
Iceland 0.3 1 Europe Northern Europe
Ireland 1.2 54 Europe Northern Europe
Latvia 3.1 70 Europe Northern Europe
Lithuania 6.6 219 Europe Northern Europe
Norway 0.6 29 Europe Northern Europe
Sweden 1.0 91 Europe Northern Europe
United Kingdom 1.2 722 Europe Northern Europe
Albania 4.0 127 Europe Southern Europe
Andorra 1.3 1 Europe Southern Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.5 56 Europe Southern Europe
Croatia 1.4 62 Europe Southern Europe
Greece 1.5 176 Europe Southern Europe
Italy 0.9 529 Europe Southern Europe
Malta 1.0 4 Europe Southern Europe
Montenegro 3.5 22 Europe Southern Europe
Portugal 1.2 124 Europe Southern Europe
Serbia 1.2 123 Europe Southern Europe
Slovenia 0.7 15 Europe Southern Europe
Spain 0.8 390 Europe Southern Europe
Macedonia 1.9 40 Europe Southern Europe
Austria 0.6 56 Europe Western Europe
Belgium 1.7 180 Europe Western Europe
France 1.1 682 Europe Western Europe
Germany 0.8 690 Europe Western Europe
Liechtenstein 2.8 1 Europe Western Europe
Luxembourg 2.5 12 Europe Western Europe
Monaco 0.0 0 Europe Western Europe
Netherlands 1.1 179 Europe Western Europe
Switzerland 0.7 52 Europe Western Europe
Australia 1.0 229 Oceania Australasia
New Zealand 0.9 39 Oceania Australasia
Fiji 2.8 23 Oceania Melanesia
Papua New Guinea 13.0 854 Oceania Melanesia
Solomon Islands 3.7 19 Oceania Melanesia
Vanuatu 0.9 2 Oceania Melanesia
Guam 0.6 1 Oceania Micronesia
Kiribati 7.3 7 Oceania Micronesia
Federated States of Micronesia 0.9 1 Oceania Micronesia
Nauru 9.8 1 Oceania Micronesia
Palau 0.0 0 Oceania Micronesia
French Polynesia 0.4 1 Oceania Polynesia
Samoa 1.1 2 Oceania Polynesia
Tonga 1.0 1 Oceania Polynesia

 

    According to the above table virtually ALL of  Eastern Europe , South America , Africa and Asia have drastically higher murder rates than the US yet we don’t hear any calls for intervention there . In closing we would say ” Mind Your Own Damn Business ” . We have a handle on our crime rates . Find someone who doesn’t and offer your ideas to them . 

   Perhaps you should take a look out your window Mr Porter .

 

 

 

Further Reading : Violent crime rates: United Kingdom versus the United States

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

… ONE WEEK After They Got Married Because She Was Having Second Thoughts

 

Jordan Linn Graham, 22, (left) was having second thoughts about getting married around the time the body of her husband, Cody Lee Johnson, 25, (right) was discovered

 

 

” A newlywed wife was charged on Monday with killing her husband by pushing him off a cliff in Glacier National Park in Montana during an argument just a week after they got married.

Charging documents suggest Jordan Linn Graham, 22, was having second thoughts about getting married around the time the body of her husband, Cody Lee Johnson, 25, of Kalispell was discovered.

Graham has told an FBI agent that she and her husband had been arguing on July 7 as they walked in the Loop Trail area of the park.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Illegal Immigrant Rapes And Beats To Death 93 Year-Old Woman

 

 

 

 

” Omaha, NE – Wednesday night, a 93 year old woman, whose family is asking she only be identified as Louise died as a result of her injuries from being attacked and raped Sunday.

Police say 19-year old Sergio Perez beat and raped a 93-year-old woman in her south Omaha home.

“A lot of memories. Not so good ones now,” said Teresa Hatzell, the victims’ granddaughter. The victim shared the home with her daughter, and had owned it for decades.

Around 9 a.m. July 21, the victim’s daughter found her mother in her bedroom covered in blood.

“She heard my grandmother and she went in the bedroom, grandmother called ‘help me help me’. And my mom thought she was asleep,” Hatzell said.

City prosecutor, Brenda Beadle, says the crime is unbelievable. “It”s one of the most disturbing cases I’ve ever come across.” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Connecticut Police REFUSED To Send A Hostage Negotiator To Petit Home The Morning They Were Brutally Murdered

 

 

 

” Connecticut police decided against sending a hostage negotiator to the home of the Petit family on the morning they were brutally murdered, it has emerged.

Jennifer Hawke-Petit was raped and strangled to death and her daughters, Hayley, 17, and Michaela, 11, were tied to their beds and died when the house in Cheshire was set alight on July 23, 2007.

The girls’ father, Dr. William Petit was beaten and tied up but escaped the flames, living to see 
Joshua Komisarjevsky and Stephen Hayes be sentenced to death in 2011 for the murders.

On the sixth anniversary of the horrific killings, the Hartford Courant has obtained police calls through law enforcement sources showing that officers with the Cheshire Police Department doubted the danger underway at the household.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video game inspires 19-year-old man to kill millionaire father

” After suffering “constant humiliation” from the treatment of his father, the 19-year-old son ended the 57-year-old man’s life using a spiked bat, similar to that used in a video game he had been playing.

  Last Friday, after confessing to the cold-blooded murder of 57-year-old Andreu Coll Bennássar, Andreu Coll Tur together with his friend and accomplice, 20-year-old Francisco Abas Rodriguez have been remanded in custody by a Spanish judge on Mallorca , without bail . “

A Dagger At The Heart Of Justice 

 

 

 

” Just when I thought the George Zimmerman “trial” couldn’t sink any lower, the prosecutorial limbo dancers of the State of Florida magnificently lowered their own bar in the final moments of their cable-news celebrity. In real justice systems, the state decides what crime has been committed and charges somebody with it. In the Zimmerman trial, the state’s “theory of the case” is that it has no theory of the case: might be murder, might be manslaughter, might be aggravated assault, might be a zillion other things, but it’s something. If you’re a juror, feel free to convict George Zimmerman of whatever floats your boat.

Needless to say, even in a nutso jurisdiction like Florida, the crime of “child abuse” was never intended to cover a wizened old granny kicking the ankle of the punk who’s mugging her a week before his 18th birthday. But, if Aggravated Pedophilia is what it takes to fry that puffy white cracker’s butt, so be it. If, for the purposes of American show trials, an Hispanic who voted for a black president can be instantly transformed into a white racist, there’s no reason why he can’t be a child abuser, too.”

 

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How Case Of Abortion Doctor Accused Of Slaughtering Babies He Delivered Alive Raises Profound Moral Questions That MUST Be Faced

 

 

 

 

” For more than 30 years, it was supposed to be a haven for poor and needy women, a place where they could get check-ups, prescriptions and abortions from a doctor who boasted that he never turned away a patient for want of money.

But a shocking court case gripping America has heard that the truth about the Women’s Medical Society clinic in Philadelphia was very different — and that it was in fact a ‘baby charnel house’ where babies were delivered alive, only to have their spines severed after birth and their remains discarded in shoe boxes and even catfood containers.

The trial of Dr Kermit Gosnell, a late-term abortionist (a late-term abortion typically refers to a termination that occurs after the 20th week of pregnancy) who presided over what prosecutors dubbed a ‘house of horrors’, has sickened and disgusted the U.S. public.

But the case has also divided the U.S., a country which has yet to decide exactly where it stands on a woman’s ‘right to choose’ and raises moral questions that some argue undermine the whole ethical case for abortions.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOSNELL WHO?! (It Ain’t Easy Being a Babykiller)

N.J. Girls Murder Video: Two 12-Year-Old Girls In Trouble For ‘Hit List’ Video

 

 

 

 

” Two 12-year-old girls in New Jersey are in a lot of trouble and could possibly face criminal charges for a video that appeared online and appears to be a “hit list” of sorts. CBS Newsreported on April 25, 2013, that N.J. girls murder video showed the two youngsters threatening to murder fellow classmates.

One of the girls is seen directly on camera, but both can be heard discussing their plot. They are also heard making a list of the classmates, teachers, and administrators that they would like to kill.

“Wouldn’t you guys think I’d be the best assassin ever,” one of the girls is heard saying.

“Stab him continuously in this area,” she can be heard saying in another part of the clip.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Could Kermit Gosnell Be Acquitted?

 

 

 

” On Tuesday, Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey P. Minehart dismissed three of the seven first-degree murder counts against the West Philadelphia doctor, who performed abortions on poor women in his Lancaster Avenue clinic.

Minehart did not elaborate on why the charges were dismissed. If convicted of first-degree murder, the 72-year-old doctor could face the death penalty.

Gosnell is also charged with third-degree murder in the 2009 death of a Virginia woman, a Bhutan immigrant who spent 20 years in a Nepalese refugee camp only to die four months after arriving in the United States. Gosnell is charged that he allegedly administered too much Demerol during an abortion procedure.

On Wednesday, the defense rested without calling a single witness or asking the doctor to testify. “

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Kermit Gosnell Case Confirms That Late-Term Abortion Can Amount To Legalised Infanticide

 

 

 

 

” Thanks to the US media blackout, I had no idea who Dr Kermit Gosnell was until Friday. Now that I do, I hope the name becomes seared into the American national consciousness. It could transform the debate about abortion.

Gosnell was one of those “courageous foot soldiers of the prochoice movement” who ran an abortion clinic for poor women in Pennsylvania. A more accurate word for the institution, provided by Andrew McCarthy, is “abattoir”. It is alleged that conditions were unhygienic (investigators said it smelled of animal urine) and unqualified employees performed complex medical procedures. One woman died during an abortion from an overdose of anaesthesia. Terminations were performed after the state’s 24-week limit (which is itself only supposed to be reached in extreme cases) and babies were pulled screaming from their mothers. They were dispatched using a crude snipping technique: the victim was flipped upside down and the spinal cord severed using a pair of scissors. Bodies were stored in jars. Said one employee, “It would rain fetuses. Fetuses and blood all over the place.” If Gosnell is found guilty, he himself will face execution.

The case has three big consequences. First, it reminds us that the abortion industry is indeed an industry – operating for profit, sometimes with cynical motives. Gosnell claims he was helping poor women, but he charged $3,000 for a procedure and enjoyed an annual income of $1.5 million. That he is accused to reusing medical supplies suggests that he upped his profit margin by reducing costs. Gosnell was a businessman, not a doctor.

Second, the claim that “hundreds” of babies survived the late-term abortion within the mother’s body and had to be killed outside of it blows out of the water the insistence of Planned Parenthood that such survival rates are very rare. Evidently, those babies are made of tougher stuff than prochoice militants realise.

Finally, the Gosnell story has to reopen the discussion about the nature of late-term abortions. It is self-evident that state and local agencies did not do their job, reflecting a “hands-off” approach to the abortion industry by politicians and public employees that smacks of moral complacency. More profoundly, if the demon doctor is found guilty of seven counts of murder related to the children, the question has to be asked “why”? Beyond breaking the 24-week limit, the implication of a guilty verdict is that those were not just “parts of a woman’s body” but human lives that Kermit casually snipped away with a pair of scissors. That they only became human lives the moment they left the mother’s body is an absurd proposition: the issue here is clearly age and development of the fetus. Inside or outside their mother, a guilty verdict suggests that they had reached the point of becoming human beings with rights. To quote columnist Kirsten Powers:

Regardless of such quibbles, about whether Gosnell was killing the infants one second after they left the womb instead of partially inside or completely inside the womb — as in a routine late-term abortion — is merely a matter of geography. That one is murder and the other is a legal procedure is morally irreconcilable.

The conclusion that can be drawn is that because of the relative development of the fetus, a late-term abortion involves something closer to the taking of life than earlier terminations. Basic human empathy should tell you that. I want you to take a look at a photo published by The Atlantic of one of the girls delivered by Gosnell as part of a late-term abortion. Look at her hair, her fully formed face, arms, legs and toes. Imagine her crying. That is a child. A child with a right to life.

The Gosnell case isn’t just about one man’s guilt – it’s about the moral compass of an entire nation. Late-term abortion of this variety amounts to legalised infanticide. It must stop.” 

 

 

    Forgive our wholesale copying Dr Stanley but this piece must be read by all Americans . Please view this reproduction in toto of your article as the sincerest form of flattery in which it is intended . You , sir , have written what no American MSM writer has dared … The Truth . Thank You 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Torture, Murder, and Terror: Three Drug War Programs Your Taxes Pay For

 

 

 

 

” When’s the last time you heard someone argue that we need to raise taxes to fund torture? Or to pay for violent paramilitary raids on peaceful U.S. citizens? Or to incentivize extrajudicial killings carried out by our own government, yes, but also by a neighboring country? Probably never. As every good citizen knows, taxes are for taking care of the poor and the indigent, paying (good) teachers and (good) cops, investing in the future, and making sure the elderly have enough Viagra and cat food to fuel 25 years of post-workforce bingo, golf, and unprotected sex.

But it’s also the case that your taxes pay for unquestionably vile things. Incontrovertibly evil things. Plainly awful things. If you’re finishing up your taxes today, you should know that the U.S. will spend $14.7 billion of next year’s $25.4 billion drug control budget on government-sponsored violence; which means that your tax dollars—even if it’s just a fraction of a cent—will make possible acts of state-sponsored terror, torture, and murder. 

Here are three ways the government is spending your taxes.

 

 

Montana Man Kills Sportsman Channel Host, Then Self

 

 

 

 

”  A northwestern Montana man shot and killed the host of the Sportsman Channel show “A Rifleman’s Journal” in an apparent jealous rage while the TV personality was visiting the shooter’s wife, police said Friday.

Wayne Bengston, 41, then beat his wife, took his 2-year-old son to a relative’s house and drove to his home about 25 miles away in West Glacier, where he killed himself, Whitefish Police Chief Bill Dial said.

Police identified the shooting victim as Gregory G. Rodriguez, 43, of Sugar Land, Texas.

Besides appearing on TV, Rodriguez was the founder and CEO of Global Adventure Outfitters. According to the company’s website, he was an editor at Shooting Times Magazine and a contributing editor at Petersen’s Hunting, Guns & Ammo and Dangerous Game.”

 

 

 

 

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