Sunday, March 31, 2013

Mexico ( 2 man executed -Found hanging from bridge - disturbing photo) The Killing fields

Borderland Beat 3-31 2013

The bodies of two men were found hanging Saturday morning from an overpass located between Ignacio Zaragoza Boulevard and Lechería-Chamapa Highway, in the neighborhood of Las Torres de Atizapán, Mexico State.

The men, between 20 and 30 years old, apparently were shot and then hung with ropes from the bridge.

On the road they found several shell casings and a narcomensaje, which is not, as of yet, being shared.

One of the victims was wearing gray sweatshirt and dark green pants, while the other wore blue sweatshirt and blue pants.

Prosecution personnel of Atizapán were made aware of the matter. Municipal, state police and municipal Civil Protection arrived on the scene.

Following the discovery, an officer from the Special Police secured the perimeter of about 50 meters from the bridge Ignacio Zaragoza, so that the railways towards the City were closed to traffic.

At about 7:05 and with the help of a ladder, fire personnel released the bodies to the Forensic Medical Service.

To 8:00 traffic was restored in both directions and retired emergency services.

This is the second time that the bodies of dead people were found hanging from bridges in the state of Mexico. the first was on Paseo de Interlomas, Huixquilucan on August 11, 2011 where a decapitated man was hung from a bridge with a message from La Mano con Ojos. On November 17 2011, a body of another male was found hanging from the bridge Valle del Júcar, in the neighborhood Valle de Aragón, Ecatepec.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Syria ( 7 yr old boy - smokes cigarette - AK-47 slung on his shoulder ) Neighborhood watch SAD

Puffing on a cigarette, with an AK-47 rifle slung casually on his shoulders, this seven-year-old Syrian boy’s childhood appears well and truly over.
The stark shots show Ahmed, the son of a rebel fighter, standing guard in the neighbourhood of Salahadeen, one of Aleppo’s front lines.
The image comes as the British Prime Minister’s wife was moved to claim innocent childhoods were being “smashed to pieces” by the civil war in Syria.
ahmed son of syrian rebel fighter
Seven-year-old Ahmed, the son of a Syrian rebel fighter puffs on a cigarette while cradling an AK-47

Samantha Cameron was this week visiting refugees fleeing the conflict in neighbouring Lebanon in her role as an ambassador for Save the Children.
During a trip to a clinic for new mothers and pregnant refugees, she said: "As a mother, it is horrifying to hear the harrowing stories from the children I met today. No child should ever experience what they have.
"With every day that passes, more children and parents are being killed, more innocent childhoods are being smashed to pieces."
syrian rebel fighter son ahmed
The child was pictured neighbourhood of Salahadeen, one of Aleppo’s front lines

Save the Children chief executive Justin Forsyth, who accompanied her on the visit, said: "Samantha Cameron's support... helps draw attention to the plight of children caught up in this terrifying conflict.

Union N.J ( 4 yr old boy found in apartment with mother who died )

Associated PressWed Mar 27, 2013 3:15 PM
UNION, N.J. — A naked, malnourished 4-year-old boy found inside an apartment with the body of his mother, dead for days, had resorted to eating from a bag of sugar and weighed only 26 pounds, well below normal, police said Wednesday as adoption offers poured in from around the world.
The boy’s first request after being examined, police said, was a grilled cheese sandwich and a juice.
His mother, identified Wednesday as Kiana Workman, 38, of New York City’s Brooklyn borough, was discovered dead Tuesday on the floor of her bedroom after maintenance workers at the apartment complex in northern New Jersey reported a foul odor. Because the chain lock was on, police said, the toddler couldn’t get out.
Officer Joseph Sauer said the boy was naked but coherent and not crying when he kicked in the door and his partner lifted the youngster up by the arms and pulled him out of the overheated apartment.
“The only way to describe the little boy was it was like a scene from World War II, from a concentration camp, he was that skinny. I mean, you could see all his bones,” Sauer told The Associated Press.
The apartment in this city 15 miles west of New York belongs to Workman’s mother, who is recuperating from surgery at a nursing center, said police, who could not track down any other relatives.
The boy, now in state custody, remained in a hospital where he was being treated for malnourishment and dehydration, police said.
“Physically, he’s fine. Whether there are any mental problems later on … I’m not a child expert,” Police Director Daniel Zieser said.
The boy was not strong enough to open the refrigerator and was unable to open a can of soup. Police said he told them he had been eating from a bag of sugar.
The boy could not say how long his mother had been dead.
Police said he put lotion on his mother, leaving behind handprints, in an attempt to help her.
Officer Sylvia Dimenna, who traveled in the ambulance with the boy and stayed with him at the hospital, said he was very bright and articulate but tired.
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Police initially estimated she had been dead five days before the discovery was made, but Zieser said Wednesday it may have been two to three. Nobody had talked to her for about a week.
The boy weighed 26 pounds, but at the age of 4½ should have weighed 40 pounds or more, Zieser said.
“It’s possible he was improperly cared for before the mother’s death; we just don’t know yet,” Zieser said.
Autopsy results that would help them better determine the time of death were pending. Police said they did not suspect foul play.
Police said they were getting calls from around the world from people offering to adopt the child or donate money or toys.
“It’s overwhelming,” Zieser said.
“I just hope everything works out for the child,” the police director said. “We’re just going to take it one step at a time and do the best that we can for the child.”
Police said they were trying to find someone in the family capable of taking care of the boy, including a brother of Workman believed to live out West. But he said it would be up to the state’s child welfare agency to determine where the child is placed.
Zieser described the apartment complex as a well-maintained property with few problems.
But he said everyone there “basically stays to themselves.”

North Korea ( Photo's show San Diego as a target on the attack map of Kim Jong un )

San Diego is a Target on North Korea's Attack Map

North Korean threatens to strike the United States - San Diego may be on the list.

On Friday March 29th national and international news agencies reported on North Korea's public threat to attack US cities as well as military bases in Hawaii, Guam, and South Korea.
North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, signed an order allegedly approving the potential strikes in-part as a response to the United States recently flying two stealth bombers in South Korea.
Photos from the signing event include maps of America in the background showing a few cities as targets. Several news agencies refer to NK New's analysis of the photos.
"A composite overlay appears to show San Diego, Washington D.C., Hawaii and possibly Austin as being primary targets in a North Korean attack plan," according to NK News.
A BBC report lays out a recent timeline leading North Korea to it's declaration of war on South Korea, an ally of the United States. The report also includes a map of what is thought to be North Korea's missile ranges. San Diego does not appear to be in range. However, Guam which is home to an important United States bomber base is in range.
There does not seem to be any government agencies warning San Diegians to be in a heightened state of awareness, but if nothing else North Korea's threat serves as a reminder that San Diego is indeed a strategic military target - if America was to be attacked that is.

Japan strange news ( Man tries to kill woman by poisoning her shoes ) Smh ?

Man arrested for trying to kill woman with poisoned shoes

A man who allegedly tried to kill a woman he was stalking by putting poison in her shoes was arrested Thursday, police and reports said.

The woman, a colleague, did not die, but developed gangrene in part of her left foot and her five toes had to be amputated. The hospital notified the police.
Aiselin Womens Shoes - China casual shoes, women's shoesTatsujiro Fukasawa, 40, allegedly put hydrofluoric acid, a highly caustic chemical, in her shoes in December last year, a police spokeswoman said.
He is believed to have obtained the chemical, which is used in oil refining or to dissolve rock, at his workplace in Shizuoka.
Fukusawa has denied the allegation, Jiji Press said, citing local investigative sources.
Hydrofluoric acid can be absorbed through the skin into the blood, and can lead to systemic failure, including heart attacks.

TOKYO Japan ( 70 yr old man -Rejected for talent show -calls in bomb threat )

70-year-old TV talent show reject phones in bomb threat

A 70-year-old Japanese man was so enraged at being rejected by a TV talent show that he allegedly threatened to blow up the program’s broadcaster, police said Friday.

Kazumi Yaoita applied for a spot in an NHK singing contest that is shown nationally every Sunday afternoon, hoping to fulfill a long-cherished ambition, a police officer in the city of Niigata told AFP.
Bomb Threat Called In To Stearns County FacilitiesBut the retiree’s application was rejected before he even got to the audition stage, with a postcard from the show’s producers saying he had not made the grade, the officer said.
Infuriated, Yaoita allegedly telephoned NHK from his own mobile phone and said he would bomb the contest site.
“He told police he loves singing karaoke and that all his friends tell him he is a great singer. But he was rejected by a single postcard, which it seems really upset him,” the police officer said.
Police traced the mobile number, which had been displayed on the receiving phone, he said.
Yaoita was arrested on charges of forcible obstruction of business. If convicted, he could face up to three years in jail.

Pakistan ( Principal killed at school and 4 girls hurt )

Armed men attack Pakistan school

Two attackers on a motorcycle throw grenades into a Karachi school before opening fire and killing the headmaster.

Last Modified: 30 Mar 2013 14:44
Armed men in Pakistan have killed the headmaster of a Karachi school and injured at least six people, including four school girls and two teachers.
Saturday's shooting in the port city of Karachi was carried out by two attackers. Authorities have yet to declare a motive.
Witnesses said the men on a motorcycle hurled a hand grenade at the building before running into the school, throwing another grenade and opening fire.
"We have found 3-4 shells of a 30. bore gun. As a result, Rasheed [school principal] has expired, and four
or five children are injured," a police official at the attack site said.
The four injured girls were brought to a nearby hospital.
An injured grade two student explained that students had been waiting to hear their examination results.
"The examination results were going to be announced. Two men came on a motorbike," Ameena said.
"Five were injured and one died. I don't know what else happened," she said.
The school's principal, Abdur Rasheed died while being moved to the hospital.
"After 15 minutes, suddenly a man ran in firing. We were all engrossed in the magic show. But as soon as the firing started, there was a stampede. I think they lobbed two hand grenades also," Attaur Rehman, a teacher injured in the attack, said.
No one has claimed responsibility for this attack so far.
Mir Hazar Khan Khoso, Pakistasn's careaker prime minister, condemned the attack, and directed local administration to provide all possible assistance to the affected families, a statement from his office said.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Mexico ( Citizens cut a deal - release 12 cops un -hurt ) Citizens Run Town not police

Vigilantes Make Show of Force Before Leaving Mexican Town

CHILPANCINGO, Mexico – The vigilante group that occupied Tierra Colorada made a show of force before pulling out of the town in the Mexican state of Guerrero.

Officials agreed to remove the police chief of the town of 20,000 in response to demands from the self-defense group.

Hundreds of armed men pulled out of the town on Wednesday about 24 hours after taking control of Tierra Colorada and detaining 12 police officers and six civilians.

Guerrero Attorney General Martha Elva Garzon agreed to investigate the killing of Guadalupe Quiñonez, the vigilante group’s leader, and find those responsible.

Quiñonez’s murder is “a challenge from organized crime against us,” Union of Peoples and Organizations of Guerrero State, or UPOEG, leader Bruno Placido said.

The vigilante group in Tierra Colorada, which belongs to UPOEG, on Tuesday night released 12 officers and six civilians it had taken hostage in the town after cutting a deal with prosecutors.

Early Tuesday, hundreds of armed members of the self-defense group took control of Tierra Colorada, a town of 20,000 located about 30 kilometers (18 miles) from the Pacific resort of Acapulco.

UPOEG, whose members are armed and wear hoods, was created in January in the towns of Ayutla de los Libres, Teconoapa and San Marcos to protect residents.

The self-defense group controls access to the communities and polices them to fight crime. EFE

Tucson Az ( Navy SEAL died - Seal Team 6 - parachute training accident )

Navy SEAL dies in parachuting accident in Marana

By Tucson News Now Staff - email

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
A Navy SEAL from the elite SEAL TEAM 6 was killed and another SEAL injured Thursday night during a parachute training accident in Marana, the military said.
Details of the accident are not immediately available.

One SEAL was pronounced dead on arrival at the University of Arizona Medical Center. The second remains hospitalized in stable condition.

Members of SEAL TEAM 6 carried out the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden. All SEAL teams receive extensive parachute training, which is often required for hostage rescue or anti-terrorist operations.

The names of the two SEALS involved in the fatal training mishap have not been released pending notification of next of kin.

Command spokesman Kenneth McGraw says the SEALs were practicing "routine military free-fall training" when the accident occurred about 12:30 p.m. Thursday.

Pinal County Sheriff's officials say the injured men collided in mid-air and landed in separate areas. The incident was turned over to military investigators Thursday afternoon.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Whiskey thief ( Man accused of drinking Rare whiskey ) DNA samples taken lol

Man accused of drinking over $100K in vintage whiskey says it didn’t happen

Bottles of Old Farm whiskey at South Broadway Manor Bed and Breakfast. (Sean Stipp/Tribune-Review)Bottles of Old Farm whiskey at South Broadway Manor Bed and Breakfast. (Sean Stipp/Tribune-Review)
A man accused of drinking $102,000 worth of vintage whiskey says he's innocent.
TribLIVE.com reports that nine cases of the rare booze were discovered when the historic J.P. Brennan mansion in Scottdale, Pa., was renovated and turned into South Broadway Manor Bed and Breakfast. The owner of the B&B, Patricia Hill, hired John W. Saunders as caretaker. She later discovered that bottles in four of the nine cases had been emptied and is accusing Saunders of drinking them and putting the bottles back.
Saunders called the charges "totally false" outside the courtroom where he was set to face a preliminary hearing. "Yuck! That stuff had floaters in it and all kind of stuff inside the bottles. ... I don't think it would even be safe to drink."
John Saunders speaks outside Scottdale courthouse (Sean Stipp/Tribune-Review)John W. Saunders (Sean Stipp/Tribune-Review)
Saunders sought, and was granted by Judge Chuck Moore, a delay of the preliminary hearing so that he might apply to work with a public defender. The next hearing will take place May 15.
TribLIVE.com explains that the Old Farm whiskey was distilled in 1912, bottled five years later and then forgotten. And it reports that "based on an appraisal of four full bottles by Bonhams, a renowned auction house in New York City, police estimated the value of the 52 bottles at $102,400."
While Saunders is adamant about his innocence, Scottdale police Chief Barry Pritts said the thief left a DNA sample on the lips of the empty bottles that matched a previous sample taken from Saunders, according to TribLIVE.com.
Saunders told police the whiskey evaporated. He believes the mansion owners are "looking for money." He estimated the whiskey's actual value is "about $10 a bottle" rather than more than $1,900 each.

Mexico ( Citizens " Arrest police" and take over town patrol )

Mexican Vigilantes Seize Town, Arrest Police
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 |
Borderland Beat
ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) — Hundreds of armed vigilantes have taken control of a town on a major highway in the Pacific coast state of Guerrero, arresting local police officers and searching homes after a vigilante leader was killed. Several opened fire on a car of Mexican tourists headed to the beach for Easter week.

Members of the area's self-described "community police" say more than 1,500 members of the force were stopping traffic Wednesday at improvised checkpoints in the town of Tierra Colorado, which sits the highway connecting Mexico City to Acapulco. They arrested 12 police and the former director of public security in the town after a leader of the state's vigilante movement was slain on Monday.

A tourist heading to the beach with relatives was slightly wounded Tuesday after they refused to stop at a roadblock and vigilantes fired shots at the car, officials said.

The vigilantes accuse the ex-security director of participating in the killing of vigilante leader Guadalupe Quinones Carbajal, 28, on behalf of local organized crime groups and dumping his body in a nearby town on Monday. They reported seizing several high-powered rifles from his car, and vigilantes were seen toting a number of sophisticated assault rifles on Wednesday, although it was not clear if all had been taken from the ex-security director's car.

"We have besieged the municipality, because here criminals operate with impunity in broad daylight, in the view of municipal authorities. We have detained the director of public security because he is involved with this criminals and he knows who killed our commander," said Bruno Placido Valerio, a spokesman for the vigilante group.

Placido said vigilantes had searched a number of homes in the town and seized drugs from some. They turned over the ex-security director and police officers to state prosecutors, who agreed to investigate their alleged ties to organized crime.

The growing movement of "self-defense" vigilante groups has seen masked townspeople throw up checkpoints in several parts of southern and western Mexico, stopping passing motorists to search for weapons or people whose names are on hand-written lists of "suspects" wanted for crimes like theft and extortion.

The vigilantes have opened fire before on motorists who refused to stop, slightly wounding a pair of tourists from Mexico City visiting a local beach in early February.

The groups say they are fighting violence, kidnappings and extortions carried out by drug cartels, but concerns have surfaced that the vigilantes may be violating the law, the human rights of people they detain, or even cooperating with criminals in some cases.

Sensitive over their lack of ability to enforce public safety in rural areas, official have largely tolerated vigilante groups.

Iran News ( Teachers soon to be Executed " Act against God" ) Amnesty International

Iran: Amnesty demands no death penalties for five tortured political prisoners
NCRI – Iranian regime must lift the death penalty on five hunger-striking political prisoners, Amnesty International has demanded.
The Iranian Arabs men were arrested in early 2011 on obscure charges including 'enmity against God and corruption on earth', 'gathering and colluding against state security' and 'spreading propaganda against the system', Amnesty said.
After being sentenced to death on July 7, 2012, they have been subjected to torture in Karoun prison and refused access to medical treatment, family visits and phone calls.
After the Supreme Court upheld the sentences on January 9 this year, the five – named as Mohammad Ali Amouri, Sayed Jaber Alboshoka, his brother Sayed Mokhtar Alboshoka, and teachers Hashem Sha’bani Amouri and Hadi Rashidi or Rashedi) – began a hunger strike in protest at the abuses.
They initially went on a 'dry' hunger strike, refusing water and food, before accepting fluids from 2 March.
In an urgent statement to the world's media, Amnesty has now issued a list of demands to the Iranian regime including stopping their execution.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Florida ( Golfers hear gunfire and find 2 slain women )

Golfers find 2 bodies behind Fla. apartment complex

Florida golfers were interrupted Tuesday afternoon by gunfire, leading to the discovery of the bodies of two women behind a nearby apartment block.
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Golf carts on the green at Hilaman are cordoned off by police crime scene tape. (WCTV screengrab)
Golf carts on the green at Hilaman are cordoned off by police crime scene tape. (WCTV screengrab)
Published: March. 27, 2013 at 10:23 AM
Golfers enjoying a late afternoon on the links Tuesday found their game interrupted by gunfire, leading to the discovery of two slain women.
Leon County Sheriffs responded to a call of shots fired near Hilaman Golf Course and found the bodies of two women behind an apartment complex that borders the course.
Lt. James McQuaig of the Leon County Sheriffs confirmed the deaths of the two women at the Tallahassee apartment, but declined to release their ages or identities.
Police "are canvassing the neighborhood, conducting witness interviews and crime scene detectives are on scene and they are collecting forensic evidence," McQuaig said.
Neighbors said the incident was out of character for the southeast Tallahassee neighborhood.
"I was in shock because it's so quiet out here," said Randria Walker, a Whispering Woods resident of four months who said she might consider moving because of the shooting, told WCTV.
Autopsies will take place Wednesday.

Read more: http://www.upi.com/blog/2013/03/27/Golfers-find-2-bodies-behind-Fla-apartment-complex/9971364394039/#ixzz2OlOPsv7S

TUCSON Az ( Abandoned puppies left in Tucson desert )

Abandoned puppies left in Tucson desert

Posted: Mar 26, 2013 3:11 PM by Brian White

TUCSON - Six, 7-week-old puppies were abandoned in the Tucson desert with no food or water in a cardboard box, Humane Society officials said.
A person found the puppies while geocaching in the area, a release stated.
One of the puppies was dead, while the rest were dehydrated and lethargic. The geocaching man brought all six pups to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, but another died shortly after arrival.
The remaining 4 dogs are recovering and will be ready for adoption after their health is restored.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

TUCSON Az ( Female murder suspect - Wanted -Cassandra Salaz ) See photo

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
Police have an arrest warrant for one of three suspects involved in a homicide earlier this month.
Cassandra Salaz, 36, is wanted for 1st Degree Murder.
Salaz and two others entered the victim's home in the 200 block of S. Campbell Avenue. They confronted the victim, who was then shot and killed, police say.
Anyone with information on the location of Cassandra Salaz is urged to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Laguna Beach ( Gabby Giffords Bulldog attacks and kills sea lion )

Dog attacks, kills sea lion in Laguna Beach

The American bulldog mix broke free from its owner, the stepdaughter of former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

Sea lion attack
A dog belonging to a relative of Gabrielle Giffords attacks a sea lion near Montage Resort in Laguna Beach. (March 23, 2013)
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  • A dog that belongs to a relative of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords attacked and killed a sea lion Saturday along the shoreline in Laguna Beach, police said.
The violent attack, which shows Giffords' stepdaughter and husband trying to remove the canine from the limp sea mammal as the surf rolls in, can be seen on a YouTube video sent to The Times. (Editor's note: The video features graphic images and curse words.)
Laguna Beach police received a call at 2 p.m. and arrived to find that the 65-pound American bulldog mix had broken free from its 18-year-old owner and attacked a beached sea lion on a public beach below the Montage Laguna Beach, a luxury hotel, Capt. Jason Kravetz said in an email.
The video taken by a local resident shows Giffords' daughter struggling to free the sea lion. Giffords' husband, Mark Kelly, appears later in the video, running down and pulling the dog off the sea lion, both police and a senior advisor to Giffords confirmed.
Kelly and Giffords, an Arizona Democrat, are vacationing with family in Laguna Beach.
Kelly brought the dog back to the house where the family is staying and crated the dog in the basement before meeting with police, Jen Bluestein, senior advisor for Americans for Responsible Solutions, a political action committee started by Giffords and Kelly, said in an email.
Giffords was not present at the scene at Goff Island Beach and has no connection to the dog, she added.
The dog lives with the stepdaughter in Houston; Giffords and Kelly live in Tucson.
Police did not cite the owner "because it was legal for her to have the dog on the beach this time of year, and she did have it leashed. It was so strong that it pulled free of her when it saw the [sea lion]," Kravetz said.
It's illegal for an owner to knowingly sick a dog on marine life.
"That wasn't the case in this situation," Kravetz said.
The sea lion died from its injuries and has been removed from Aliso Creek, where it had beached itself and was possibly ill.

FBI Scam (Look out for E-mail that you won 2 million in a lottery ) Cleared by FBI

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Mexico ( 7 thugs found dead sitting in chairs- warning from citizens ) disturbing photo

7 Executed in Uruapan, Michoacan found sitting in white plastic chairs

Borderland Beat

Updated: 4 of the Seven Identified. Names to follow.
Uruapan, Michoacan. - Early Saturday morning, motorists circulating about Paseo Lázaro Cárdenas, reported to police that on the roundabout, "Glorieta de la Pepsi, were seven dead, male bodies, hands tied, seated in white plastic chairs. The rotary (traffic circle) is nearest the corner of Calle Niza, between the neighborhoods of Joyita and Los Viveros, in the vicinity of the Pepsi bottling plant. They were executed with a final gunshot to their heads, cartulinas lay on their chests.Two of victims had messages nailed to their bodies with icepicks.

Cartulinas said, "Warning, this is going to happen to all muggers, pickpockets, thieves of cars, homes and pedestrians, kidnappers, rapists and extortionists."

The deceased are between the ages of 25 and 30 years, though one reportedly looked closer to 40. Some victims had tattoos and wore cholo type clothes, similar to what's worn by those who are often engaged in cleaning cars' windshields and asking for change from motorists according to reports.