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"We dubbed George Rogers the 'Last Samurai' because he's not going to be swinging any more knives or swords trying to kill cops anymore," Chitwood said.
Police did not find any accelerants, like the gasoline Rogers claimed to have poured over the apartment, but they did find an arsenal of weaponry in his bedroom, including nunchucks, a crossbow, a hunting bow, a large sword and several throwing knives.
Rogers was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapons offenses. He is being held at Delaware County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail.
"He obviously thought he was a real samurai," Chitwood said.
Rogers, who has several arrests on lesser charges in his criminal background, is covered in tattoos, including one on his neck that reads: "Only God can judge.""He has more tattoos than grass on a lawn," Chitwood said. At this time one has to wonder about Rogers mental state, I am sure that he is going to need mental help. What could of caused Rogers to go to this measure of manifesting his mental state to police officers, by calling 911 and giving a false report and then to attack these police officers. What could of led to this state one only has to wonder.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
“Not only did Rush Limbaugh try to criminalize the NFL,” Sharpton told a columnist with the Palm Beach Post."But now he is saying I’m a criminal. He can call me a race-baiter and all that stuff like he does. But don’t call me a criminal.”
- In Saturday's Op-ed, Wall Street Journal, Rush Limbaugh stated that Rev. Al Sharpton played a leading role in the 1991 Crown Heights riots, which over a 7 year old black boy that the driver had not been arrested.
- Al Sharpton states that his second reason is that Rush Limbaugh called his a criminal, which Rev. Al Sharpton replied that you may call me (Al Sharpton) a race baiter, but that he was in no way a criminal. These comments Rush Limbaugh made to the Palm Beach Post, regarding the purchase that Rush Limbaugh was trying to make of the NFL. Rev. Al Sharpton felt that Rush Limbaugh was trying to criminalize the NFL.
- In the op-ed published in Saturday's Wall Street Journal Limbaugh writes Sharpton "played a leading role in the 1991 Crown Heights riot (he called neighborhood Jews ‘diamond merchants’) and 1995 Freddie's Fashion Mart riot."
According to a statement put out by Sharpton’s media consultant, a study New York Governor Mario Cuomo commissioned showed Sharpton was not involved in the Crown Heights incident until after the rioting concluded.
"Mr. Limbaugh's blatant and defamatory statements regarding the Crown Heights Riots falsely give the impression that Rev. Sharpton was present during the violence that occurred when in reality he had been called in by the family after the violence," Sharpton’s statement says.
In reply to the allegations brought against him by Rev Al Sharpton, Rush Limbaugh said that “ ‘Racism’ is too often their sledgehammer," Limbaugh writes. “And it is being used to try to keep citizens who don't share the left's agenda from participating in the full array of opportunities this nation otherwise affords each of us… It was employed against patriotic citizens who attended town-hall meetings and tea-party protests. These intimidation tactics are working and spreading, and they are a cancer on our society." As quoted in CNN's political Ticker.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009
- alleged victims are trying to ruin his career
- high-tech lynching, that is politically motivated
- they don't like uppity black folks
- NAACP, states that he is being prosecuted because of his race
Monday, October 12, 2009
Finally we see some spunk coming out of the White House, Anita Dunn the White House Communications Director has come out swinging against Fox's News.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
At first, South Side resident Ebonee Stevenson was excited about Chicago as the potential 2016 host city. Then she weighed in city politics with its tradition of haves and have-nots, and her optimism waned. Stevenson works with a community group called Southside Together Organizing for Power, or STOP; her group joined in with the anti-Olympics effort-No Games Chicago. Stevenson says promises of Olympic accountability don’t resonate with her. STEVENSON: Given the history that Mayor Daley has with the south side communities-with Washington Park, with Woodlawn with tearing down the public housing, the Plan for Transformation, I don’t think we can trust our current mayor and city council. Two years ago she visited Atlanta, site of the 1996 Olympics. She wanted to hear from low-income residents there. One mother’s story stuck out. According to Switzerland-based nonprofit Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, the Atlanta Olympics displaced 68,000 people – most of them black. But earlier this year Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin dismissed that criticism when I asked her about displacement. She says neighborhoods were rebuilt, a claim that is challenged by Atlanta Olympic critics, who say housing prices soared and pushed people out.
STEVENSON: There’ll probably be a Whole Foods on the corner of 55th King Drive. There’ll probably be some workout center or things like that. But there won’t be housing that’s really affordable to people. There’ll be high price condos. And condos that won’t even be affordable to middle-class people but only affordable to high-income people.
I have a concern if having a game opens a city to possible terrorist attacks like it did 1996, and with people losing their homes and not being able to afford the communities that they are forced out of to come back to is it worth the price for all concern to host the games here. When you have an outcry from the residents of Chicago saying that they do not want the games held in their state, do you listen to the people who reside in this city and have business in this city or do you listen to who is to financially from the profits of hosting the games.
What is the value that is placed on a human life and lives of people who will be uprooted from their homes and community roots? Who is advocating for the rights of the poor and underprivileged that reside in the communities in Chicago and who is going to listen to the concerns of the residents that live there.
I would like to know, isn't there an island or some undeveloped land on this planet that the games can be held at, not just in 2016 but on a permanent basis? Is it truly necessary to uproot and destroy communities for the pleasure of saying that you hosted games?
For everyone that is hoping for the Olympic games to be held in the United States in 2016, I ask that you reconsider your position and think of the people and what we have already been through in this country in our history.