Sunday, January 23, 2022

When society refusing to accept that evil exists because of social justice it is doomed to devolution

Detroit man accused of setting pregnant girlfriend on fire released on bond

A man accused of pouring gasoline on his pregnant girlfriend and lighting her on fire has posted bond in DetroitMichigan.

Devonne Marsh posted a $5,000 bond and walked out of jail in Wayne County, Michigan on Friday after being arrested two days earlier for allegedly lighting his girlfriend, who is 6 and a half months pregnant with twins, on fire and burning over 60% of her body, according to Fox 2 Detroit.

Marsh, 41, was released on bond with several conditions including being prohibited from doing drugs or going back to the scene of the crime. While he has been released from jail in Wayne County, Fox 2 Detroit reports that Marsh has a hold for charges in another county meaning he is not free to walk the streets at this time.

Marsh’s bond was set at $50,000, meaning he only had to post 10% to be released.

Marsh’s girlfriend, 26, remains hospitalized in critical condition, and it is unclear whether the babies will survive. She was reportedly too afraid to come forward and report the crime but a tip led authorities to the scene and she is currently cooperating with the investigation.

“How do you do this to another human being? I can’t – it’s unimaginable,” Detroit Police Commander Michael McGinnis told reporters. “Just incredibly traumatic injuries. I did see pictures and I just…the pain she must be suffering, I can’t imagine.”

Marsh has a long criminal record with past charges including drugs, guns, and assault. 

Macomb County, Michigan jail records show that Marsh was incarcerated there on Friday, January 1.

Detroit Police directed a request for comment from Fox News to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. The office did not immediately respond to the request for comment.

You see their anti white racism is pure

Black Mississippi lawmakers walk out of Senate in protest of critical race theory ban

“This bill is not morally right,” Democratic Sen. Barbara Blackmon of Canton said during the debate ahead of the Friday vote before joining the walkout.

Senate Bill 2113 passed 32-2 in the GOP-controlled chamber, with the only votes against it coming from two white Democrats. It will move to the state’s lower House, which is also controlled by Republicans, for review.

The bill was sponsored by Republican Sen. Michael McLendon, who is white.

Hundred of constituents have reached out to say they do not want CRT taught to their kids, claimed McLendon — who could not clearly describe what CRT is when asked, but insisted that no child should be taught that they are superior or inferior to another.

Truth in humor

U.S. Senator: If ‘Aliens Landed Tomorrow And Said, Take Me To Your Leader, It Would Be Embarrassing’

Leftists/Progressives never take responsibility for policy failures: DA George Gascon edition

Woke Los Angeles DA George Gascón blames Union Pacific for freight train package thefts and blasts rail company's own security after Gov. Newsom admitted the railroad looked like a 'Third World country'

  • On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom visited a ravaged rail depot in the Lincoln Heights area of the city 
  • The Democrat lawmaker exclaimed: 'It looked like a third world country, these images, the drone images that were on the nightly news' 
  • In December, Union Pacific sent a letter to Gascón urging more aggressive prosecutions for cargo thieves and calling for an end to a no-bail policy 
  • UP said it experienced a 160 percent increase in criminal rail theft in LA County over the past year
  • Gascón's office previously said it was 'committed to working with law enforcement to ensure collective safety across LA´s sprawling infrastructure 
  • However, on Friday, Gascon wrote a strongly-worded letter back to Union Pacific saying they filed fewer criminal cases to his office than in 2019 and 2020 

College administrations are either cowards or full fledged true believers In either case it's bad for speech and thought

University language guide says ‘grandfather,’ ‘housekeeping,’ ‘spirit animal’ are ‘problematic’ words

Catering to the fearful at every turn. Is one required to prove a comorbidity?

Biden order lets people who quit jobs where they thought they might catch coronavirus to collect unemployment

Typically workers can only collect unemployment if they lose their jobs

The cancer of totalitarianism

Black Lives Matter activists are calling for the resignation of the strategic advisor for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti over leaked emails that showed her irritation with the organization and with "lefties."

Saturday, January 22, 2022

Black on white crime

An NYPD rookie cop was shot dead and another officer left clinging to life after being ambushed “suddenly, without warning” during a domestic disturbance call involving a mother and son Friday evening in Harlem, authorities said.

The slain officer, Jason Rivera, was just 22 and started on the job in 2020, police said. The gravely injured cop, 27-year-old Wilbert Mora, joined the force in 2018.

“It’s bad,” a police source said of Mora’s condition. One of the two officers was struck in the face, sources said.

Rookie NYPD officer Jason Rivera was fatally shot in Harlem on Jan. 21, 2022.
Rookie NYPD officer Jason Rivera was fatally shot in Harlem on Jan. 21, 2022.
Wilbert Mora, 27, was injured during Friday's shooting.
Wilbert Mora, 27, was injured during Friday’s shooting.

The officers were among four cops shot in the line of duty just this week.

“This is an attack on the city of New York,” Mayor Eric Adams said of the violence, speaking at a press briefing at Harlem Hospital where the extremely critical cop was being treated.

“It is time for us to save our city,” the mayor said. “No one will divide this city with their violence.”

Lashawn McNeil was identified as the gunman who allegedly fired at the NYPD officers.
Lashawn McNeil was identified as the gunman who allegedly fired at the NYPD officers.

Authorities said the officers, along with a third cop, went to an apartment at 119 West 135th Street at around 6:15 p.m. after getting a call from a mother about needing help with her son, identified as 47-year-old Lashawn McNeil. 

The NYPD tweeted this photo of the gun used in the shooting on Jan. 21, 2022.
The NYPD tweeted this photo of the gun used in the shooting on Jan. 21, 2022.

The woman “mentioned no injuries and no weapons,” said NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig.

After speaking to the mom, two of the officers walked to the back of the apartment, down a narrow hallway toward a back bedroom.

That’s when McNeil swung the door open and fired, striking both officers, Essig said.

“He suddenly, without warning, opened fire on them,” shaken NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell told reporters.

When McNeil tried to flee, the third officer opened fire, striking him in the head and arm, police said. He was undergoing surgery late Friday.

Recovered at the scene was a Glock .45 with high-capacity magazine that holds up to 40 additional rounds. It had been reported stolen in Baltimore, said Essig.

Audio recordings of police radio calls captured cops frantically calling for a transport for the injured officers from the scene.

Family members of the victims arrived at the hospital around 7:40 p.m., along with the NYPD’s ceremonial unit, who were clad in full dress uniforms.

“It’s crazy out here. It’s the Wild Wild West, especially with cops being shot. Imagine what happens with regular citizens,” Christopher Espinoza, a 29-year-old Harlem resident, told The Post.

“This is terrible for the police,” said Bryan, 56, a longtime Harlem resident of 27 years who lives up the block from the shooting and didn’t want to give his last name.

“I just want to live in peace… It’s terrible,” he added. “There’s too many guns on the street. There’s not enough humanity between us, whatever side you’re on.”

The scene where two NYPD cops were shot on W135th Street at Lenox Avenue in New York, NY around 6:20 p.m.
The scene where two NYPD cops were shot in Harlem on Jan. 21, 2022. 
Christopher Sadowski
The scene where two NYPD cops were shot on W135th Street at Lenox Avenue in New York, NY around 6:20 p.m. on January 21, 2022.
Police had been responding to a domestic dispute.
Christopher Sadowski

The officers are the fourth and fifth members of the NYPD to be injured by gunfire so far in 2022.

“Countless officers lined this hallway after carrying him in and grieve for their brother while praying with everything they have for the other” officer, Sewell said at the hospital. “I am struggling to find the words to express the tragedy we are enduring. We’re mourning, and we’re angry.”

“My heart is with Harlem, the officers and their families, and @NYPDnews after tonight’s tragic shooting. My team is ready to support @NYCMayor in any way necessary,” Gov. Hochul said in a statement on Twitter.

Procession for fallen NYPD officer

State Attorney General Letitia James also released a statement saying: “All of New York state is in mourning tonight. As we await the facts, my office may assert jurisdiction in this matter. We pray for the safety of our police and our communities.”

The tragedy came just a day after an NYPD detective was shot and injured during a drug bust on Staten Island.

Dominick Libretti, the injured detective, suffered a potential “career-ending injury” when a suspect fired “numerous shots” at police through a bedroom door, according to sources.

FDNY firefighters salute during a procession carrying Officer Jason Rivera’s body on Jan. 21, 2022.
FDNY firefighters salute during a procession carrying Officer Jason Rivera’s body on Jan. 21, 2022.
Christopher Sadowski
The scene where two NYPD cops were shot on W135th Street at Lenox Avenue in New York, NY around 6:20 p.m.
One of the officers killed in the shooting was on the job for just over a year.
Christopher Sadowski

A 10-year-veteran, Libretti “received numerous medals and commendations” and had never fired his weapon before Thursday, sources said.

On Tuesday, Officer Kaseem Pennant was shot in the leg while struggling with a teenage suspect in The Bronx.

He was released from the hospital hours later as dozens of uniformed members of the department cheered him on.

One of the officers was shot in the face during the gunfire.
The shooting took place at 119 West 135th Street.
The shooting took place at 119 West 135th Street.
Christopher Sadowski

On New Year’s Day, Officer Keith Wagenhauser was hit with bullet fragments as he sat in his car outside an East Harlem police station after his shift. He was expected to make a full recovery.

The last NYPD member to be killed on the job was Anastasios Tsakos, 43. He died from his injuries after being struck by an alleged drunk driver on the Long Island Expressway last April.

Additional reporting by Steven Vago