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WATCH LIVE: Aurora shooting leaves at least 5 dead, multiple wounded including officers at Henry Pratt Company; gunman also dead..

AURORA, Ill. —

Five civilians are dead, five City of Aurora police officers were injured

 

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Five civilians are dead, five City of Aurora police officers were injured and multiple other civilians were injured in an active shooter situation in west suburban Aurora Friday afternoon. The gunman is also dead, police said.

Aurora police said that officers responded to the Henry Pratt Company just before 1:30 p.m. Police said two of the four first officers on the scene were fired upon immediately. More officers arrived as backup and were also fired upon.

Police said five officers were shot and injured. Police said they found five victims dead inside the building. More civilians were injured in the shooting.

A SWAT force entered the 29,000 square foot building and found the gunman, identified as 45-year-old Gary Martin. Police said the officers engaged Martin in gunfire and he was killed. Police believe Martin was an employee of Henry Pratt, but that has not been confirmed.

AURORA, Ill. — Five civilians are dead, five City of Aurora police officers were injured…..

Five civilians are dead, five City of Aurora police officers were injured and multiple other civilians were injured in an active shooter situation in west suburban Aurora Friday afternoon. The gunman is also dead, police said.

Aurora police said that officers responded to the Henry Pratt Company just before 1:30 p.m. Police said two of the four first officers on the scene were fired upon immediately. More officers arrived as backup and were also fired upon.

Police said five officers were shot and injured. Police said they found five victims dead inside the building. More civilians were injured in the shooting.

A SWAT force entered the 29,000 square foot building and found the gunman, identified as 45-year-old Gary Martin. Police said the officers engaged Martin in gunfire and he was killed. Police believe Martin was an employee of Henry Pratt, but that has not been confirmed.

 

 

 

Are You OK With a Muslim Judge Being Sworn In With A Koran?

 

 

Patriots, are you comfortable having a Muslim Judge sworn in with her hand on the Koran? Is this even compatible with the U.S. Constitution?“All is praise is indeed due to the Most High! I am humbled that my community has entrusted me with the immense responsibility of ensuring that EVERYONE has notice and a FAIR opportunity to be heard in the halls of justice,” Walker wrote on her website. The video of her ceremony has prompted many comments in favor her induction.

 

 

“Good on her. Doesn’t matter if it’s a Bible or a Holy Quran, it’s just the promise to perform to the best of your ability, swearing on something sacred to you,” a Facebook user said. Newsweek published an article in June that our Founding Fathers were ‘pluralistic’ and would embrace Islam. They also used that stick to poke at the Trump Administration’s decision to not celebrate Ramadan or Eid — a custom that goes all the way back to 1996 when then-First Lady Hillary introduced the pandering tradition. Maybe we should look at what our Founding Fathers actually said of Islam and the Koran, hmmm?

It’s been long touted that John Adams owned a Koran. Sure. But, here’s the preface from said Koran: This book is a long conference of God, the angels, and Mahomet, which that false prophet very grossly invented; sometimes he introduceth God, who speaketh to him, and teacheth him his law, then an angel, among the prophets, and frequently maketh God to speak in the plural. … Thou wilt wonder that such absurdities have infected the best part of the world, and wilt avouch, that the knowledge of what is contained in this book, will render that law contemptible …

And his son, our 6th President, John Quincy Adams had this to say about the Koran:

The precept of the Koran is, perpetual war against all who deny, that Mahomet is the prophet of God. The vanquished may purchase their lives, by the payment of tribute; the victorious may be appeased by a false and delusive promise of peace; and the faithful follower of the prophet, may submit to the imperious necessities of defeat: but the command to propagate the Moslem creed by the sword is always obligatory, when it can be made effective. The commands of the prophet may be performed alike, by fraud, or by force. Basically, JQA is saying that Islam ain’t no ‘Religion of Peace’. That’s nothing.

Check out what he said about Mohammad:

In the seventh century of the Christian era, a wandering Arab of the lineage of Hagar, the Egyptian, combining the powers of transcendent genius, with the preternatural energy of a fanatic, and the fraudulent spirit of an impostor, proclaimed himself as a messenger from Heaven, and spread desolation and delusion over an extensive portion of the earth. Adopting from the sublime conception of the Mosaic law, the doctrine of one omnipotent God; he connected indissolubly with it, the audacious falsehood, that he was himself his prophet and apostle. Adopting from the new Revelation of Jesus, the faith and hope of immortal life, and of future retribution, he humbled it to the dust, by adapting all the rewards and sanctions of his religion to the gratification of the sexual passion. He poisoned the sources of human felicity at the fountain, by degrading the condition of the female sex, and the allowance of polygamy; and he declared undistinguishing and exterminating war, as a part of his religion, against all the rest of mankind. THE ESSENCE OF HIS DOCTRINE WAS VIOLENCE AND LUST: TO EXALT THE BRUTAL OVER THE SPIRITUAL PART OF HUMAN NATURE. [emphasis in the original]

John Quincy Adams went ALL CAPS on the heresy of Islam. How amazing is that? Leftists (like Obama) often trot out that Thomas Jefferson owned a Koran and kept it in his personal collection of books. Yeah, he did. And his copy had this in the Introduction: It is certainly one of the most convincing proofs that Mohammedism was no other than human invention, that it owed its progress and establishment almost entirely to the sword. Perhaps it’s just a matter of ‘keeping your enemies close’ or their ideas, at least… The argument that the Founding Fathers were soft on Islam is a pretty weak one. It is if you’re a leftist. I think that a religion that converts by the sword and demands subjugation of those that don’t embrace it is evil.

Look at the groups that this theocratic ideology has spawned. ISIS. This radical terrorist organization is a virus… a worldwide plague. These a$$holes are willing to kill their own women and children to annihilate who they call “infidels.” Well, here’s a shirt that sums it perfectly. F**K ISIS. And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press! Does your grandpa go off on paltry politicians, whether they be Democrats or Republicans? Does he get misty eyed when he talks about God and Country and America’s future? And have you ever heard him scream, ‘Awww … Hell no!’ when Rosie O’Donnell starts yapping on television? If you answered yes to one, or all of the above, then your gramps will love Doug Giles’ latest book, My Grandpa Is A Patriotic Badass. Don’t be fooled by the title — this ain’t just for Grandpa. The Snowflake Generation — and the rest of America — needs a good ol’ dose of ‘Grandpa wisdom’. Especially if that Grandpa is Doug Giles. You’ll love My Grandpa Is A Patriotic Badass just as much as Grandpa will.

 

 

Book of Hate toward all but the Muslims them-selves —  Any other religion or culture is considered an infidel and is to be killed DEAD!

Something to realize about the so called “religion” of peace.  Not a Religion and not a race!  Terrestrial ideology some 1600 years old and has not changed.  They live a lie.. see below..

 

 

Click above too see what really is “Sharia LAW !!

 

 

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WATCH VIDEO: Gang of Muslim migrant kids attack park goers in Lewiston, Maine

 

Echoes of Europe, and a glimpse into our future. This is more of the poison fruit of the reckless, feckless immigration policies that the Obama administration relentlessly pursued, bringing whole Somali Muslim communities into the U.S. and placing them in American communities that were ill-equipped to deal with the violence, tribalism, and ongoing gang warfare that is rapidly becoming a feature of all too many American cities. This is the America that the Democrats wanted, and still want. They don’t care about the welfare and safety of Americans; they only care about the votes that these migrant communities will deliver to them.

 

“Gang of Somali Kids Attack Park Goers in Lewiston,” Maine First Media, May 24, 2018:

It was an otherwise pleasant evening in Maine when two dozen Somali youth swarmed and attacked two local residents in Kennedy Park last Thursday evening.

The Somali mob attacked around 7:45 pm, just as the sun was setting on this historic city park in the heart of Maine’s second largest city.

A local mother recorded as a mob of teens and children, boys and girls as young as nine years old, brandishing wooden bats and other objects, along with fists, feet and sheer numbers to attack the two non-Somali defenders. At one point you can even here one of the hoodlums repeatedly daring the woman to, “stop me, b**ch.”

Lewiston Police tell Maine First Media one of the victims was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. However, no charges were filed.

Lewiston Mayor, Shane Bouchard says these types of incidents are common at Kennedy Park, but points to Lewiston’s low crime rate.

“Kennedy Park is a large common space in the middle of some of the poorest census tracts in the Northeast,” Mayor Bouchard said. “When you have large, diverse groups of people in the same place you are bound to have incidents. Lewiston is no different in that respect than any other medium to large city, except that Lewiston’s violent crime rate is one of the lowest in Maine.”

While the Mayor brings up Lewiston’s violent crime statistics, it is important to note, in this case, the victim didn’t press charges, meaning, statistically there was no crime. Incidents like this often go unreported and are not reflected in the numbers — something even Mayor Bouchard has to admit.

“In this particular case, the person who was attacked declined to press charges, therefore under the law, there was no victim, therefore no crime,” said Mayor Bouchard.

Witnesses at the park say the attack started when one of the victims asked one of the attackers to use a lighter for his cigarette. However, Lewiston Police are reviewing the video and have not determined an official motivation for this gang assault.

This is far from the first incident of Somalian attacks at Kennedy Park. Recently, a 10-year-old girl was jumped and beaten by a Somali girl at the park. As such occurrences become more common in Lewiston, many lifelong residents are now afraid to bring their own children to play.

Some residents say police officiers tell them the safest thing would be not to bring their kids to the park anymore. However, according to Lewiston Police Department Public Information Officer, Lieutenant David St. Pierre, that is not the department’s stance.

“I am not aware of officers advising parents to refrain from bringing their children to the park,” Lt. St. Pierre said. “We at the Lewiston Police strive to make it a safe and enjoyable environment for all.”…

Our community resource officers are reaching out to the leaders in our new Mainer community,” Mayor Bouchard said. “While we are fighting a cultural barrier, outreach to these groups has been successful in the past, and we are hopeful we can make some progress.”…

On any given day, dozens if not hundreds of Somali youth can be found occupying Kennedy Park and the violence is nothing new. Local residents bearing the brunt of these violent mobs are growing frustrated. Maine First Media was told it took police at least 7-8 minutes to arrive on the scene — despite the police station being right across the street from the park.

However, Lt. St. Pierre says they didn’t receive a call until about 8:05 pm and officers were on the scene in 2-3 minutes. And while the station may be across the street, patrolling officers are out making rounds….

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    The police department is across the street from where the attack took place and NO ONE in the department noticed all those kids running around like wild dogs at that hour??? Then, to add insult to injury, the cops tell the law-abiding residents to stay out of the park!!! I’m sure the police and the mayor, etc., all know what they are doing to combat this type of crime, though. After all, their first response was ‘ you should expect this kind of thing from a city of this size. Wonderful example of municipal leadership. Those residents must be so happy come tax day when they hand over their hard earned money to the city.

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      Yet, if one or more of those savages were in be shot/stabbed/etc., there’d be cops pouring out of that building to offer assistance….. just depends on WHO needs the help in the DEMOCRATIC SECTIONS.

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      I now pack wherever I go!!!! 25 Berretta is enough to shut down any thing.. IF!!! You are in fear of your life,,,,,,,,,,, you have the right to defend yourself!! MAKE SURE YOU SHOOT TO KILL!!!!!

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    Keeping these 12 plants in your home can improve your health — and they’re almost impossible to kill

     

    • Some houseplants are known to help purify the air.
    • A horticulturist told us that keeping a plant is also linked with therapeutic benefits.
    • There are plenty of low-maintenance plants you can keep that could fit your lifestyle.

    Eating plants isn’t the only way to reap their benefits. Science has shown that keeping a simple houseplant can do wonders for your health.

    Horticulturist Marc Hachadourian, the director of the Nolen Greenhouses at the New York Botanical Garden, told us that plants benefit both your physical and mental state.

    “There is actually a lot of scientific evidence that adding plants to any workspace or living environment actually does help to reduce stress,” Hachadourian said. “There are obviously therapeutic effects of caring for plants and gardening has been shown to decrease blood pressure and reduce stress, so the benefits go beyond […] helping to clean the air and add oxygen.”

    Certain plants have been found to specifically clean the air of toxic chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde, and ammonia, according to a clean air report from NASA. Hachadourian noted that although this data exists, whether you can use plants to filter your air totally has yet to be seen.

    “There is some benefit,” Hachadourian said. “I think the debate now is how much of that occurs and whether it is enough to make a significant difference in the overall health and quality of the environment you live in.”

     

    Forest bathing is a popular Japanese practice.
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    Although the air-purifying benefits may not necessarily be extremely significant, Hachadourian has found that the other benefits of nature are. He mentioned forest bathing, the tradition of being in the presence of nature and trees, and it even became part of Japan’s national public health program in 1982, according to The Atlantic. It’s documented health benefits include lower blood pressure and lower stress hormones.

    Of course, not everyone has the ability to forest bathe. But, if you’re convinced you need more greenery in your life, Hachadourian recommended getting a houseplant that fits your environment and lifestyle. That way, you can reap all the benefits while actually keeping your plant alive.

    Here are some of the most popular houseplants that are especially good for your air — and how to care for them.

     

     


     

    30 minutes of terror: How the Santa Fe High School shooting unfolded

     

    SANTA FE — Students were just starting their day. It was first period art class.

    Then it became a war zone.

    For 30 minutes, authorities say Santa Fe High School was under siege by a teenage gunman armed with a shotgun and .38 caliber revolver. In the end, 10 were left dead and 13 others were wounded.

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    Dimitrios Pagourtzis carried out Friday’s deadly rampage entirely within the art complex at the high school, barricading himself inside from the fusillade of police officers’ bullets that followed him there, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said.

    PHOTOS: These are the victims of the Santa Fe school shooting

     

     

    Law enforcement received the first calls at 7:32 a.m., according to an affidavit filed in Galveston County court Friday evening.

    The art complex is made up of four rooms, each interconnected by interior hallways. Armed with a shotgun and .38 handgun, Pagourtzis walked in there Friday morning and began shooting students and teachers, said Henry, the county’s top administrator.

    All of the injuries and deaths occurred within the art complex, he said. Henry said he didn’t know how many total students were in that part of the school when the shooting began.

    WATCH: Chaos after Santa Fe shooting documented on social media

     

     

    “It’s tragic,” Henry said. “I don’t know how you make any sense of this.”

    Zachary Muehe, a sophomore at the school of roughly 1,400 students, was in art class when he heard three loud booms.

    J.J. Watt offers to pay funeral expenses of Santa Fe families

    Muehe told The New York Times that he recognized Pagourtzis from the school’s football team — then saw he was holding a shotgun.

    “It was crazy watching him shoot and then pump. I remember seeing the shrapnel from the tables, whatever he hit. I remember seeing the shrapnel go past my face,” he told the Times.

    PHOTOS: Vigil for victims of Santa Fe shooting

     

     

    As he ran from the classroom, he told the newspaper he looked back and saw students lying on the ground.

    In this image taken from video, law enforcement officers respond to a high school near Houston after an active shooter was reported on campus, in Santa Fe, Texas.

    The first one to confront Pagourtzis was the school’s police officer John Barnes, who tried entering the art complex looking for the shooter, he said.

    PHOTOS: Heartbreaking scenes outside Santa Fe High School.

     

     

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    Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting: what we know?

     

     

    On Friday morning, at least one gunman opened fire at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas. Ten people are dead, and 10 others have been wounded, Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) said Friday.

    At least one suspect is in custody, identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. He has been charged with capital murder and aggravated assault of a police officer.

    Two other people are being questioned by police, according to Abbott. Explosive devices were also discovered on the high school campus and surrounding area, according to law enforcement officials.

    The shooting comes after months of activism in the US over guns and gun violence, led by the survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people in February.

     

     

    ”I was thinking it was going to happen eventually, it’s been happening everywhere,” Paige Curry, a Santa Fe high school student told a local Houston station. “I was ready to run out but my teacher told me to hide instead, so that’s what I did.”

    Here’s what we know and what we don’t so far about the shooting.

    What we know

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    • Ten people have been killed, and another 10 people have been wounded, Abbott said Friday at a press conference.
    • The fatalities “include students and some adult staff as well,” said Ed Gonzalez, Harris County sheriff, said at a press conference just before noon Eastern time Friday.
    • At least six people have been transported to hospitals, including one ISD police officer, said Santa Fe ISD police chief Walter Braun.
    • At least three people are being treated at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, according to David Marshall, chief nursing and patient services officer: one adult male with a gunshot wound to the arm; an adult female with a gunshot wound to the leg; and a male under the age of 18, also with a gunshot wound to leg.
    • The suspect, who is in custody, suspect has been identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, The New York Times, CNN, NBC News, and CBS News reported. He is being questioned by police.
    • Students told CNN and NBC News that Pagourtzis attended Santa Fe high school, where he carried out the massacre.

     

    • Pagourtzis has been charged with capital murder charges and aggravated assault of a police officer, KHOU reports.
    • Two other people are being questioned by police, according to Abbott. One person was at the scene, and law enforcement are trying to figure out if he may have had some involvement in the crime. Abbott said police are questioning another person who may have information about the crime.
    • At least two weapons were confirmed used in the attack: a shotgun and a .38 revolver. Law enforcement believe that both of those weapons were obtained by the shooter from his father, who legally owned these firearms, according to Abbott.
    • Explosive devices have reportedly been found on campus and the surrounding area, according to Santa Fe ISD police. Officials warned community members to be on alert.

     

     

     

    • Police have uncovered different kinds of explosive devices, including a CO2 device and a Molotov cocktail, Abbott said.
    • Law enforcement have warrants out to search two residences, but are working cautiously because of the potential for explosive devices, Abbott said.
    • Witnesses said that the shooting began between 7:30 and 7:45 am CST, in an art class, according to KTRK.
    • According to law enforcement officials, at least two armed officers were on campus, as outlined in the school’s safety plan. School district ISD officers were able to confront the shooter, Abbott said. The school is also equipped with cameras, which will allow law enforcement to piece together how the crime unfolded.
    • On Facebook, the school district said Friday morning, “the situation is active but has been contained.”

     

    SFISD District Response to SFHS Active Shooter
    May 18, 2018
    9:05 a.m.

    This morning an incident occurred at the high…

    Posted by Santa Fe ISD – Official Site on Friday, May 18, 2018

     

    • Multiple law enforcement agencies are on site and assisting with the investigation, including the FBI, ATF, and the Texas Department of Public Safety. The high school remains an active crime scene.

    What we don’t know

    • The confirmed identity of the shooter or shooters
    • Any information about their motive
    • The identities of the people detained and their relationship to the shooting
    • The identities of those killed and injured
    • The final death toll

     

     

     

    The Santa Fe school shooting was intended to start in one classroom, then pull the fire alarm for more casualties by…

    Posted by Bill Looman on Friday, May 18, 2018