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PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:12 am 
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Good riddance to him.

He will most likely serve less than half his sentence, write a book, become a high paid consultant, and get ass-raped, (not necessarily in that order).

He'll be out in 3 years or less if Obama commutes his sentence.

Plus he gets to keep the millions he received in graft while paying a paltry 20K fine.

Let's see what they do to Corzine. (D)

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Cops: Mom Breaks Into Nearly 30 Homes After Dropping Kids Off At School

December 12, 2011 12:52 PM

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (CBS Washington) – Henrico County authorities say a mother broke into nearly 30 homes after dropping her kids off at school.

Police have charged Melissa Addison, 36, from Chesterfield, with breaking into and stealing from homes.

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According to a press release obtained by CBS Washington, Henrico police says these burglaries took place in the Varina area between Oct. 26 and Dec. 2.

According to the report, Addison would drop her children off to school each morning and then travel to Henrico to break into homes.

Addison was arrested last Monday with information received from Chesterfield police.

After her arrest, police say she confessed to 22 break-ins in Henrico County, three in Charles City County, and two in Chesterfield County.


Soccer mom criminal.

Mom will be getting a lump of coal in her Christmas stocking.

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Dec 20, 7:45 PM EST

Sheriff: Ohio man cleaning gun killed Amish girl


FREDERICKSBURG, Ohio (AP) -- A man cleaning his muzzle-loading rifle shot the gun into the air, accidentally killing a 15-year-old Amish girl driving a horse-drawn buggy more than a mile away, a sheriff said Tuesday.

Rachel Yoder was shot in the head Thursday night while traveling to her home in Wayne County, between Columbus and Akron. She had attended a Christmas party for employees, most of them under 18 years old, at an Amish produce farm and was riding home alone when she was shot, Wayne County sheriff's Capt. Douglas Hunter said.

The horse continued to cart the girl after she was shot, and she fell out of the buggy near her home, Holmes County Sheriff Timothy Zimmerly said. Her brother found her after he saw the horse walking in circles and went to check it. Authorities initially believed she had fallen out of the buggy and hit her head until a hospital test revealed the gunshot wound.

Hunter said his department traced a trail of blood along the road for about three-eighths of a mile into Holmes County in an area of farms and rolling hills.

Zimmerly said the gun-cleaner's family came forward and his neighbors reported hearing a shot at about the time the girl was wounded.

The man had fired the gun in the air about 1.5 miles from where Yoder was shot, Zimmerly said. State investigators were checking the rifle for a ballistics match, he said.

"In all probability, it looks like an accidental shooting," Zimmerly said.

No charges have been filed.

Yoder was born in nearby Mount Eaton and attended the Old Order Amish Church, The (Wooster) Daily Record reported. She is survived by her father, 10 brothers and sisters, 26 nieces and nephews and two grandparents.

Hunter said earlier there was no indication the shooting was related to a rash of beard-cutting attacks against Amish men in a feud over church discipline.

Still, the mystery of the shooting in the wake of the beard-cutting attacks had left the Amish shaken and "on pins and needles," Zimmerly said.

Zimmerly said he informed the Yoder family that the shooting appeared to be accidental.

"Obviously, that makes them feel a lot better than if someone might have been targeting the Amish or (if it was) a random shooting murder," he said.

Gun violence in Amish communities is rare but not unheard of. A man shot 10 schoolgirls, killing five, inside a one-room schoolhouse five years ago in Nickel Mines, Pa. The Amish were praised for their forgiveness after the shooting and reaching out to comfort the gunman's widow.


A sad reminder that discharging a firearm into the air "when no one is around" can have consequences.

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How do you unload a muzzle loader? Once it's packed does it have to be shot like a crossbow?


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Santa Claus killings: Financially strapped dad planned family massacre, Texas police say

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A father dressed as Santa Claus arrived to his family's Christmas party with two guns, executed his entire family and then killed himself -- and planned the entire thing, police said Tuesday.

Police believe the Christmas Day massacre in Grapevine, Texas, which left seven people dead still surrounded by Christmas presents and wrapping paper, was premeditated, Grapevine Police Sgt. Robert Eberling said.

Late Tuesday afternoon, Grapevine police officially released the name of the gunman and his victims.

Police confirm what family friends said Monday, that Azizolah "Bob" Yazdanpanah, 56, fired the fatal shots in the murder-suicide.

Grapevine police identified the victims as his wife, Fatemah "Nasrin" Rahmati, 55; their daughter, Nargis "Nona" Yazdanpanah, 19; and their son, Ali Yazdanpanah, 14. Nasrin's sister, Zohreh Rahmati, 58; her husband, Mohamad Hossein Zarei, 59; and their daughter, Sahra Fatemah Zarei, 22; were also killed, police confirmed.

See video, read the original story at NBCDFW.com

Police received a 911 call from an apartment in the 2500 block of Hall Johnson Road on Christmas morning. When officers arrived, they found the door locked from the inside, and the worst crime in Grapevine history.

Police recovered two weapons on the scene -- a Smith and Wesson 915 model 9 mm pistol with a 15-round magazine, and a Glock 23 .40-caliber pistol with a 10-round clip, according to Eberling.

Both guns were used in the murder-suicide, but Eberling would not say how many shots were fired; only saying that there were still bullets in both guns.

Last year, a bank foreclosed on Bob Yazdanpanah's house, and he separated from his wife in the March.

Police had previously said a text message prior to the shooting indicated Bob Yazdanpanah was probably invited to the party, but police on Tuesday afternoon changed their story.

Police now say Bob Yazdanpanah apparently was not invited.

At 11:16 a.m., one of the victims sent a text message to a friend indicating who was at the gathering at the apartment. The text message mentioned the gunman's name and that he was dressed as Santa. Police said there was no indication of fear or concern in the text.

Eighteen minutes later, someone placed a call to 911 from a landline inside the apartment. Investigators could make out a muffled cry for help in the background, Eberling said.

All of the victims were found in the same room with no sign of a struggle, according to Eberling, but he said some of the victims had defensive wounds that indicate they tried to shield themselves from the bullets.

Police will wait for the Tarrant County Medical Examiner to release the identities of the victims, Eberling said.

The gunman had some prior dealings with at least two other police departments but not Grapevine Police, according to Eberling. He did not say what kind of dealings, or when or how many incidents there were.

Investigators are still piecing together information, but Eberling said they aren't sure of a motive and may never know what led to the worst crime in Grapevine history.

Friends paint picture of loving family in turmoil
Yazdanpanah married Fatemah "Nasrin" Rahmati in 1987, according to court records. They had a daughter, Nargis "Nona," 19, who graduated from Colleyville Heritage High School in May and a son, Ali, 15, a high school freshman. All four are believed to be among the dead.

Neighbors say the family seemed tight-knit, and Aziz Yazdanpanah seemed protective of his children.

"He was pretty outgoing," said neighbor Fred Ditmars. "If you saw him, he'd say 'hi' to you and everything."

"It seemed like their whole existence was about family, so it's utterly shocking to me," said another neighbor, Terri Baum, whose daughter attended school with his daughter.

A close friend of the Yazdanpanah family said Fatemah "Nasrin" Rahmati's sister Zohreh, her husband Hossein Zarei and their 22-year-old daughter Sahra were also killed.

Sahra (pictured left in blue) was a pre-med student at the University of Texas at Arlington, and according to family friends she was a part of the Tri Delta sorority at UTA.

"Bob loved his kids. And I can't even fathom that that's what happened," Baum said.

The mother, Fatemah "Nasrin" Rahmati, worked the past four years doing manicures at a salon on Southlake's town square. The manager said she often talked about her family, but never in a bad way.

Police cautioned the investigation is far from over.

NBC 5's Scott Gordon, Ray Villeda and Ben Russell contributed to this report


By the way, the USNews/MSNBC left out the following bit of information:

Baum said the separation was very difficult on the family’s father. Baum said the family was Muslim but celebrated Christmas as a cultural holiday. The parents were originally from Iran

The Killer Santa was a Muslim.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 8:37 pm 
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Fugitive killed by law enforcement: A fugitive was shot and killed by a member of the U.S. Marshall Florida Regional Task Force in a Cape Coral home after the man pointed a gun at a deputy



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after lawmen stormed the home. A New Hampshire man wanted on a charge related to a 2006 stabbing was shot dead by a Lee County sheriff’s deputy serving a warrant Tuesday morning in Cape Coral.

When deputies arrived at 523 SE 6th Ave. around 11 a.m., Joseph Cleary, 22, retreated to a back bedroom, pulled a handgun and pointed it at one of the deputies before being shot and killed, according to Deputy John Kinsey, a spokesman with the U.S. Marshals Service.
The warrant for Cleary’s arrest was from Strafford County, in southeast New Hampshire, for violating his probation after pleading guilty to assault in 2008.


http://www.news-press.com/article/20111 ... Cape-Coral

That's different. He seen it was police then grabbed a gun. That's crazy.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:11 pm 
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How do you unload a muzzle loader? Once it's packed does it have to be shot like a crossbow?


It does not have to be fired to unload it, although discharging it into the ground is quick and easy. If you want to keep a charge in it, for example you're camping and hunting at the same time and you're hunting with it tomorrow.... you remove the percussion cap/flint. In that condition it's basically a loaded bullet with no primer, and won't discharge unless you set the gun on fire. But suppose you fired a few shots before you last loaded it, and now you want it fully unloaded so that you can clean it. No problem. First you remove the percussion cap/flint. Next, you should note that most ram rod ends, these days, are removable or else have a threaded hole for an appropriate attachment. Removing the ram rod brass end (or attaching the proper implement) basically reveals a steel wood screw. You insert the ram rod down the barrel, press down, screwing the wood screw on the ram rod into the bullet, then pull the bullet out with the ram rod. You're basically standing over the barrel while you do that, which is why you removed the percussion cap/flint before you started (for obvious reasons). Then you pour the powder out by tipping the barrel down.

Shooting it into the air is IDIOTIC. The moron should be prosecuted for reckless endangerment and involuntary manslaughter.

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Lexington man charged with making a fake $1 million bill and trying to spend it

By JOHN HINTON

Talk about leaving the store with a big chunk of change.

A Lexington man is accused trying to use a fake $1 million bill to pay for his purchases at a Walmart.

Michael Anthony Fuller, 53, of 3 Parker St., walked into the Walmart on Lowes Boulevard in Lexington on Nov. 17. He shopped for a while, picking up a vacuum cleaner, a microwave oven and other merchandise, totaling $476, an arrest warrant says.

When he got to the register, Fuller gave the cashier the phony bill, saying that it was real.

Store staff called police.

Fuller was later charged with attempting to obtain property by false pretense and uttering a forged instrument, both felonies, court records show.

A warrant says of the fake million-dollar bill: "There is no such thing."

The largest bill in circulation is a $100 bill. In 1969, federal officials discontinued the use of $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 bills because of lack of public use.

The largest note ever printed was the $100,000 bill, which featured President Woodrow Wilson. The bills, which were not available to the public, were printed from Dec. 18, 1934, through Jan. 9, 1935, and were used for transactions between Federal Reserve banks.

Fuller was being held Friday night in the Davidson County Jail with bond set at $17,500. He is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

Lexington police Sgt. Shannon Sharpe said the case is unusual.

"It is kind of strange," Sharpe said.

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How do you unload a muzzle loader? Once it's packed does it have to be shot like a crossbow?


You can use a special tool (like a long corckscrew) to go in and pull the ball out. If you're insane.

The best way is to discharge it into a stop of some sort.

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A few streets down:

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Fugitive killed by law enforcement: A fugitive was shot and killed by a member of the U.S. Marshall Florida Regional Task Force in a Cape Coral home after the man pointed a gun at a deputy



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after lawmen stormed the home. A New Hampshire man wanted on a charge related to a 2006 stabbing was shot dead by a Lee County sheriff’s deputy serving a warrant Tuesday morning in Cape Coral.

When deputies arrived at 523 SE 6th Ave. around 11 a.m., Joseph Cleary, 22, retreated to a back bedroom, pulled a handgun and pointed it at one of the deputies before being shot and killed, according to Deputy John Kinsey, a spokesman with the U.S. Marshals Service.
The warrant for Cleary’s arrest was from Strafford County, in southeast New Hampshire, for violating his probation after pleading guilty to assault in 2008.


http://www.news-press.com/article/20111 ... Cape-Coral

That's different. He seen it was police then grabbed a gun. That's crazy.

You don't fuck with the US Marshals. Oldest Federal law enforcement agency.

Just ask Raylon Givens. :lol:

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