2018.12.14, Friday
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Alton Sterling’s 18-Year-Old Son Arrested For Rape Of 8-Year-Old Boy

“Cameron is the son of Alton Sterling, who was himself a sex offender after impregnating a child.

Alton was fatally shot by police while trying to murder police officers on July 5, 2016.

Alton was selling CDs in front of a convenience store when he threatened a passerby with a gun. That person contacted police and told them that Alton had a gun in his right front pocket.”


Brenda Snipes: Broward County Elections Supervisor Cannot Rescind Resignation

Prior to the recent election, Snipes had twice been found guilty of violating election law, which bolstered her critics’ allegations of corruption.


Taxpayers Freed From Paying For Members Of Congress’ Huge Sexual Harassment Problem

“We want to thank 1,500 former staff members of Congress who wrote a letter to us who made the case all too clear, that sexual harassment in Congress was a huge problem.”


Terror suspect in US troop bombing is a migrant caravan organizer

“A New York Times story from 1987reported that Ulloa was the suspect named behind the August 1987 incident in which a bomb was planted in a Chinese restaurant in Honduras, injuring six U.S. troops and a Honduras civilian.

Ulloa fled to Mexico, where he received permanent asylum. U.S. officials protested Mexico’s decision, to which Mexico dismissed concerns on the account that then-22-year-old Ulloa was a “freedom fighter” who faced persecution over his political beliefs.”


DHS corrects CNN’s erroneous Jim Sciutto report…

““We are happy to provide the facts — but you never reached out. In fact, DHS prevented 3,755 known or suspected terrorists from traveling to or entering the U.S. in FY 17. That’s in addition to 17,526 criminals, 1,019 gang members, and 3,028 special interest aliens,” Houlton tweeted.”


North Korea and South Korea troops cross Demilitarized Zone border in peace for first time in 70 years

“Dozens of North and South Korean soldiers crossed over the world’s most heavily armed border Wednesday as they inspected the sites of their rival’s front-line guard posts to verify they’d been removed, part of inter-Korean engagement efforts that come amid stalled U.S.-North Korea nuclear disarmament talks.

It was the first time since the Demilitarized Zone was created in 1948 to divide the two Koreas that troops from either side crossed the demarcation line peacefully, South Korea’s Ministry of Defense noted.”