Does the word trespass mean anything to this idiots?

Police Brutality Protesters Plan to Rally at MOA

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Avery Neuville

FOX 21 News, KQDS-DT

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP)- Organizers of a police brutality protest are planning to rally at the Mall of America, despite warning that the facility is private property.

The group Black Lives Matter Minneapolis is planning a peaceful gathering Saturday in the mall’s rotunda.

It’s part of protests that have taken place across the country following decisions against charging police officers who killed unarmed black men in Missouri and New York.

Mall of America officials have sent letters to organizers to tell them that protests aren’t allowed on private property and they tried to redirect the group to a nearby parking lot.

The letter warns that a violation of mall policies could lead to removal.

Organizers have said they won’t be intimidated and would go ahead with their protest as planned.

Sounds like suicide by cop to me.

Authorities: Man shot by police on Twin Cities freeway charged at officers with a knife

By Kelly Smith, Minneapolis Star Tribune Today at 9:10 a.m.

 18-year-old Washington state man who led police on a high-speed chase across three counties in the Twin Cities crashed his vehicle and then charged at officers with a knife, state investigators said Friday.
The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said Friday that officers killed Johnathon Dean Mar, 18, of Kennewick, Wash., after his sport-utility vehicle crashed on Interstate 694 and he ignored repeated requests to put down a knife. Mar had led police on the 18-mile chase, reaching speeds of up to 115 miles per hour from Maple Grove to Shoreview after police say he fatally shot Matthew Paul Maffei, 23, in the head at a rest stop off I-94 in Maple Grove.

The police chase ended at 1 a.m. Wednesday with Mar’s SUV crashing in Shoreview. The BCA said Friday that he then emerged from the vehicle with a knife and began repeatedly stabbing himself. Mar ignored repeated commands to stop and get on the ground, the BCA said, and then charged at officers with the knife. Mar was shot multiple times and died at the scene.

The BCA identified the two officers Friday as Hennepin County Sheriff’s deputy Matthew Hagen, a 15-year officer, and Brooklyn Center Police officer Alan Salvosa, a four-year veteran of the department. Both are on a standard administrative leave.

On Thursday, the Hennepin County medical examiner identified Maffei, listing his address as unknown, but records show he has lived in both Ephrata and Kennewick, Wash. Why the two men were in Minnesota and what led to the shooting before the police pursuit remains unclear.

The BCA is still investigating the officer-involved shooting, and Maple Grove police are investigating the rest-stop homicide. When the BCA’s investigation is done, the officer-involved shooting case will be sent to the Ramsey County attorney’s office for review.

So far this year, there have been 18 officer-involved shootings in Minnesota that have been reported to the BCA, including a high-speed police chase on Hwy. 212 during the morning rush hour Feb. 7 that ended in the fatal shooting of a couple who also had a knife. In 2013, 22 officer-involved shootings resulted in eight deaths in Minnesota and in 2012, 27 officer-involved shootings statewide left eight dead.

 

This really shouldn’t surprise anyone. There is no accountability any longer..Our entire system is a rouge agency.

An example:

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Court brief: Rogue agency defied judges to carry out partisan probe of Wisconsin conservatives

Agents for the embattled state Government Accountability Board in Wisconsin continued a zealous campaign finance investigation into dozens of conservative groups even after judges who preside over the board voted to shut it down, according to a previously sealed brief made public Friday.

The documents, from an updated complaint filed by conservative plaintiffs in a case against the GAB, appear to support claims that the campaign finance, ethics and election law regulator is a rogue agency. They also show that the GAB considered using the state’s John Doe law to investigate key state conservatives and even national figures, including Fox News’ Sean Hannity and WTMJ Milwaukee host Charlie Sykes.

Wisconsin Reporter also obtained some of its information from previous court documents that were supposed to have been redacted.

“What we have uncovered so far shows the Government Accountability Board, or at least its staff, being anything but ‘accountable,’” said Eddie Greim, attorney for plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the GAB. “For example, the public has learned for the first time, over GAB’s objections, that GAB set up a secret system of Gmail accounts for its staffers and the prosecutors who ran the John Doe. We also know that GAB hoped its ‘illegal coordination’ theory could even extend to allow it to subpoena media figures like Charlie Sykes and Sean Hannity.”

A spokesman for the agency did not immediately return a request for comment.

Wisconsin’s unique “John Doe” procedure is much like a grand jury investigation, without the benefit of a jury of peers. A judge vested with extraordinary powers to compel witnesses to testify presides over the probes.

Click for more from Watchdog.org.

This is what happens when you vote for a libtard utopian society.

Thankfully, she and her father won their appeal with the school board….

Hunting Rifle In Yearbook Photo Causes Controversy

Too bad Ms. Chermak didn’t take this picture to court, isn’t it? $285.00 if you’re a lowly citizen, freebie if you drive a patrol car.

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CHERMAK, SELEANA MARIE

Age 26

54192 Shadow Oak Rd

Kerrick, MN 55756

Cloquet Police Department

09-VB-14-3317

Citation: 090108431901 Badge #: 65510

1

11/14/2014 Traffic Reg-Physically Disabled;Park/Obstruct Parking Space

(Misdemeanor) 169.346.1(1) 16934611

Offense: Cloquet

Plea 12/02/2014 Guilty

Disposition 12/02/2014 Convicted

Court Decision 12/02/2014 Payable without appearance

Fees – Adult (Grand Total $285.00)

Due 12/2/2014

Fine: $200.00

Fees: (Fees Total: $85.00)

Criminal Surcharge: $75.00

Law Library: $10.00

Restitution: $0.00

Level of Sentence: Conviction deemed a Petty Misdemeanor pursuant to Minn. R. Crim. P 23.02

Oh, gee, tell me it isn’t so? I thought, just like voter fraud, welfare fraud didn’t exist.

4 charged in $4M Twin Cities public-assistance scheme

By Sarah Horner
shorner@pioneerpress.com

POSTED:   12/17/2014 12:01:00 AM CST
UPDATED:   12/17/2014 03:03:12 PM CST

Four people were charged Tuesday in what Ramsey County authorities called a “massive” public fraud benefit scheme involving about $4 million. 

The individuals reportedly falsified records to obtain public assistance via a home health care business and three child care centers in the Twin Cities. Their efforts swindled the state out of about $4 million, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi said.

“I am a supporter of a safety net in our community, and it’s very troubling … to know there are people in our community who would take advantage of the good intentions of the public,” Choi said. “We do stand ready to prove the allegations in criminal court … and hold these defendants accountable for their gross abuse of our community’s good intentions … and the harm they caused.”

Yasmin Abdulle Ali, 33 of Fridley; her husband, Ahmed Aden Mohamed, 46, of Fridley; Joshua John Miller, 31, of St. Paul; and Jordan Christopher Smith, 31, of Cottage Grove were all charged for varying degrees of participation in the criminal enterprise, according to criminal complaints filed against them in Ramsey County District Court.

Mohamed was still at large Wednesday.

The criminal investigation began in 2012 after a “whistle blower” came forward, Choi said. The subsequent investigation took more than two years and involved multiple agencies.

Ali is the alleged mastermind behind the scheme, according to court documents.

She was the substantial owner of the involved businesses, which included All Nations Home Health Care and the Deqo Family Center, with locations in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Apple ValleyMohamed ran daily operations at the St. Paul child care center. Miller was involved with operations at both the child care centers and the home health care business.

Smith was contracted to help with billing for All Nations.

Under Ali’s direction, the defendants allegedly falsified documents to illegally receive a substantial amount of money from Minnesota’s Child Care Assistance Program and the Minnesota Health Care Program.

The alleged criminal conduct included creating false pay stubs, inflating work hours and fraudulently using other people’s identities to qualify for benefits.

Citing numerous violations, the Minnesota Department of Human Services revoked Deqo’s license to provide child care at its St. Paul and Minneapolis locations. The Apple Valley location also closed.

Ali and Mohamed are also charged with concealing profits and failing to pay enough in taxes.

Scams involving the home health care business allegedly began in 2009. Criminal activity at the child care centers date back to at least 2012, court documents say.

Ali is charged with 52 felony counts, including racketeering, theft by swindle, concealing criminal proceeds and failure to pay income taxes. Mohamed faces 20 counts for similar crimes. Miller was charged with 17 criminal counts, while Smith, who appears to have been the least involved, faces seven.

Ali and Miller are slated to appear in court on the charges Thursday. Smith was charged by summons and is scheduled to make his first court appearance Jan. 7.

No phone numbers could be found to reach Miller, Smith or Mohamed.

Repeated attempts to call the number listed for Ali were met with a busy signal.

Sarah Horner can be reached at 651-228-5539. Follow her at twitter.com/hornsarah.

More creepiness….allegedly, of course.

Jury trial: 54-year-old Duluth man charged for criminal sexual conduct with 7-year-old

December 16, 2014Updated Dec 17, 2014 at 12:26 AM CSTDuluth, MN (NNCNOW/.com) — A jury trial is in full swing in regards to a case of a 54-year-old Duluth man charged for criminal sexual conduct with a 7-year-old child.Arne Henry Mahlberg’s jury trial began at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. Mahlberg pleaded not guilty to criminal sexual conduct in the first degree on Oct. 22, which triggered the jury trial.

Mahlberg was originally charged with criminal sexual conduct in the first degree; however, more charges were added against him at the jury trial on Tuesday.

The added charges are two counts of criminal sexual conduct in the second degree as well as two counts of criminal sexual conduct in the first degree including penetration/contact with victim.

The jury trial is expected to wrap up this week, but it could last longer.

Mahlberg originally did not show up for his court appearance back in September, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Bail was set for him at $75,000 in September.

Ramona Marozas
Rmarozas@kbjr.com

To my stalker, beware.

Okay, I understand your frustration.  Your lovely husband was using State resources for, well, presumably personal gain,minimally, not in behalf of the taxpayers. or within his job description.

I get it…you and your hubby don’t like being outed for your misbehavior and criminality, and yes, it is criminal.  Assumably , an  investigation has ensued, which was what pushed you into doing what you did this morning.

Now, I understand you’ve got buddies in the courthouse that tell you, well, I don’t know what they tell you but your act this morning was incredibly stupid.  You are supposed to know better based on your profession and if your hubby was any part of it, he’s as ignorant as you appear to be.

I’d very much encourage you to concentrate on, well, something else than me because I’d like to think you certainly have better things to do.  Take a little peek at the statute link below if you doubt my allegations.

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Or, as the liar in chief calls it, “The religion of peace” strikes innocents once again.

A soldier escorts schoolchildren after they were rescued from the Army Public School that was under attack by Taliban gunmen in Peshawar, Pakistan on Dec. 16, 2014. REUTERS/Khuram Parvez

More than 120 people, mostly children, killed in Taliban attack on school in Pakistan

By Reuters Media Today at 6:31 a.m.

PESHAWAR, Pakistan – At least 126 people, most of them children, were killed on Tuesday when Taliban gunmen stormed a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, taking hundreds of students hostage in the bloodiest insurgent attack in the country in years.
Troops surrounded the building and an operation was underway to rescue children still trapped inside, the army said.

Hours into the siege, three explosions were heard inside the military-run high school, and a Reuters journalist at the scene said he heard heavy gunfire.

Outside, as helicopters rumbled overhead, police struggled to hold back distraught parents who were trying to break past a security cordon and get into the school.

Bahramand Khan, director of information for the regional Chief Minister’s Secretariat, said at least 126 people were killed and 122 wounded.

“It may rise,” he said, adding that more than 100 of the dead were school children. A local hospital said the dead and wounded it had seen were between 10 and 20 years old.

The hardline Islamist Taliban movement immediately claimed responsibility.

“We selected the army’s school for the attack because the government is targeting our families and females,” said Taliban spokesman Muhammad Umar Khorasani. “We want them to feel the pain.”

It was not clear whether some or all of the children were killed by gunmen, suicide bombs or in the ensuing battle with Pakistani security forces trying to gain control of the building.

An unspecified number of children were still being held hostage in the school, a provincial official said, speaking some three hours after the siege began.

The Pakistani Taliban, who are fighting to topple the government and set up a strict Islamic state, have vowed to step up attacks in response to a major army operation against the insurgents in the tribal areas.

They have targeted security forces, checkpoints, military bases and airports, but attacks on civilian targets with no logistical significance are relatively rare.

In September 2013, dozens of people, including many children, were killed in an attack on a church, also in Peshawar, a sprawling and violent city near the Afghan border.

With the rescue operation under way, the situation remained fluid, with contradictory reports about what was happening inside the school and witness accounts difficult to come by.

“An army doctor was visiting us teaching us about first aid when attackers came from behind our school and started firing,” one student told Pakistan’s Dunya Television.

“Our teachers locked the door and we ducked on the floor, but they (militants) broke down the door. Initially they fired in the air and later started killing the students, but left the hall suddenly.

“The attackers had long beards, wore shalwar kameez (traditional baggy clothes) and spoke Arabic.”

The army said five Taliban militants had been killed and that they were searching for any remaining gunmen. The Taliban had earlier said they had sent six insurgents with suicide vests to attack the school.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the attack and said he was on his way to Peshawar.

“I can’t stay back in Islamabad. This is a national tragedy unleashed by savages. These were my kids,” he said in a statement.

“This is my loss. This is the nation’s loss. I am leaving for Peshawar now and I will supervise this operation myself.”

Military officials at the scene said at least six armed men had entered the military-run Army Public School. About 500 students and teachers were believed to be inside.

“We were standing outside the school and firing suddenly started and there was chaos everywhere and the screams of children and teachers,” said Jamshed Khan, a school bus driver.

Law Enforcement Motivation

H/T Bob A

To all my friends wearing blue, brown, maroon, or green, or any other color your uniform might be, this is hopefully some motivation for you to keep doing the heroic shit you do every single day without a selfish thought.  We at Cartoon County wish you all the very best, know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all every single minute of every single day, particularly now when it appears to be common to bash your efforts.

Published on Oct 21, 2014

Thin Blue Line