Monday, May 9, 2016

Husband Makes 2 Calls Before Committing Heinous Crime. It’s the 1 That Goes to Voicemail That’s Chilling

The timeline of Henry and Chericia Brown’s tumultuous relationship starts back in November 2015, when Chericia learned her husband and father of her two children was having an affair.

Roughly 16 days after learning about the affair, Chericia asked Henry for a divorce.

According to the timeline made by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, a domestic abuse claim made by Chericia on December 18, 2015 was dismissed after police heard inconsistent stories and saw a lack of evidence.

Less than a week later, a temporary injunction was served. Henry was to have no contact with Chericia or their kids, and all of his firearms were to be confiscated. He told the officer serving the injunction that he wasn’t in possession of any firearms.

Although Henry violated the permanent injunction multiple times between January and March 2016, Chericia never reported it.

In April 2016, Henry bought a tracking device and put it on Chericia’s car. Tracking his estranged wife’s movements to a Chili’s restaurant, Henry hid in the trunk of her car and waited for her to leave, stabbing her 15 times before bystanders chased him away.

Henry drove off, running over Chericia’s body in the process and hitting those trying to help her. His car was later found, abandoned.

Driving another car to evade police, Henry picked up his two children, aged one and four, at their babysitter’s house. The sitter, thinking something was off about the encounter, called 911 twice.

Henry found out where his wife and the others were transported for medical care through a local news report, and made his way to the hospital. Before arriving, Henry wrote a suicide note and made two phone calls: One to his father wishing his parents a happy anniversary, and another to his father-in-law telling him in a voicemail:

“I did what I did. I let her have it.”

Friends at the hospital immediately recognized Henry in the lobby and alerted police. He fled while firing rounds with a gun that should have been turned over when the injunction was served months prior.

Police blew out Henry’s tires, and as they approached his truck they found him deceased from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. His children were also deceased. Chericia also succumbed to her injuries.

Only nine days prior to her death, Chericia called 911 to report that Brown was harassing her at day care and then disabled her car. Deputy Chad Tavenner with the Seminole Police Department and another sergeant were called to the scene to help, but Tavenner never reported it.

According to the Seminole Sheriff’s Office, had a report been filed, Henry would have likely been wearing a GPS monitor. Tavenner was fired after trying to cover up the incident.

As the Domestic Abuse Shelter reports, 70 percent of all domestic abuse cases go unreported and most women are assaulted upwards of 35 times before the abuse actually gets reported. About 4,000 women die each year at the hands domestic violence, and 75 percent of those deaths occur after a woman tries the leave her significant other.

Henry’s mistress also came forward saying that on two separate occasions Henry asked her to kill his wife. She refused, but admitted to being too scared to tell the police.

What happened to Chericia is an example of why all signs of domestic abuse should be reported and taken seriously.

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Guess who gets the most welfare in America…you’ll be WRONG

Regardless of your opinion about welfare, there’s near universal agreement that it should be restricted to our own citizens. For the most part – it is – but that doesn’t mean that the system is free of abuse.

As the Washington Examiner puts it, there are plenty of illegal immigrants “cashing in:”

Illegal immigrant households receive an average of $5,692 in federal welfare benefits every year, far more than the average “native” American household, at $4,431, according to a new report on the cost of immigration released Monday.

The Center for Immigration Studies, in an analysis of federal cost figures, found that all immigrant-headed households — legal and illegal — receive an average of $6,241 in welfare, 41 percent more than native households.

The total cost is over $103 billion in welfare benefits to households headed by immigrants. A majority, 51 percent, of immigrant households receive some type of welfare compared to 30 percent of native households, said the analysis of Census data.

So you’re probably wondering: how the heck do illegal immigrants even qualify for welfare benefits in the first place? They don’t: their children born here who become naturalized citizens at birth are what’s breaking the buck.

The study noted that illegal immigrants are barred from directly receiving welfare, but instead get it via their legal children. “Illegal immigrants are barred from directly accessing most (though not all) welfare programs, but they can receive welfare through their U.S.-born children. Legal immigrant households, which have greater eligibility for welfare, cost $6,378 on average,” he wrote.

This is the cost of illegal immigration, and it’s no wonder one candidate in particular thinks Mexico should be bearing the cost.

[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]

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Just in: We just found out why Trump WON’T be picking Chris Christie for VP

Many of us didn’t expect Ben Carson or Chris Christie to endorse Donald Trump for the presidency, but both have now secured roles in his campaign.

Carson has been appointed to lead the search committee for Trump’s VP, and given what was just reported about Chris Christie, we can be pretty sure he’s not going to be that pick.


Donald Trump announced on Monday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will lead the transition team if the billionaire businessman wins the presidential election.

“Governor Christie is an extremely knowledgeable and loyal person with the tools and resources to put together an unparalleled Transition Team, one that will be prepared to take over the White House when we win in November,” the presumptive nominee said in a statement. “I am grateful to Governor Christie for his contributions to this movement.”

Said Christie, who backed Trump after dropping his own bid for the GOP presidential nomination: “I am honored by the confidence being placed in me by Mr. Trump and look forward to putting together a first rate team to assemble an administration to help best serve the President-elect and the nation.”

Christie endorsed the New York businessman in February, making him an early backer of Trump. At the time, he said that Trump is “the clear standout, and the person who will do exactly what needs to be done to make America a leader around the world again.”

In the early 2000’s there was a popular chain email circulating with eleven pieces of advice you won’t learn in school, one being “Be nice to nerds. You may end up working for them.” I think a similar statement has held true in this election: be nice to your fellow candidates, because you may end up working for them.

[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]

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ISIS “LARGE SCALE” ANTHRAX plot thwarted in Kenya, 3 Muslim medical students arrested, 2 more still at large

“Peaceful” medical students plan on using anthrax for killing kaffirs.. Medical students — so much for the “illiterate” canard the West is always foisting on us as the reason for jihad lure.

“Kenya foils ‘large-scale’ ISIS anthrax attack, arrests 3 (PHOTOS),” African Spotlight, 04 May 2016

Nairobi – Three Kenyan suspected members of an Islamic State affiliate have been arrested for allegedly planning an anthrax attack, Kenyan police said on Tuesday.

The man and two women arrested on Friday were part of “an East Africa terror group network, that has links to ISIL,” another name for the Islamic State terror group (ISIS), according to Kenya police chief Joseph Boinnet.

ISIS fighter tweets pic of his 7-yr-old son holding decapitated head (Shocking PHOTO)

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Mohammed Abdi Ali allegedly led an ISIS-linked terror network planning attacks in Kenya
They are accused of “planning large-scale attacks” including “a biological attack in Kenya using anthrax,” said Boinnet.

Mohammed Abdi Ali, the alleged leader of the group and a medical student in Wote, southeast of the capital Nairobi, was arrested in Kenya and is being held in custody for 30 days while investigators gather further evidence.

Two suspected accomplices – his wife Nuseiba Mohammed Haji, a medical intern, and another woman, Fatuma Mohammed Hanshi – were arrested in neighbouring Uganda.

Two other suspects, Ahmed Hish and Farah Dagne, also medics, are on the run in Kenya, with police offering $20 000 on wanted notices for each man.

“From our initial investigations, it has been established that the terror network linked to Mohammed Abdi Ali has been engaged in the active radicalisation, recruitment of university students and other Kenyan youth into terrorism networks,” Boinnet said. “The same network has been facilitating Kenyan youths to secretly leave Kenya to join terror groups in Libya and Syria.”

Foreign intelligence sources confirmed Ali’s links to ISIS but said he was more likely involved in recruitment of East Africans to fight in Libya and Syria than in plotting an attack in Kenya.

ISIS recruiters are known to seek out medical students.

Kenyan police compared the group’s alleged plots, biological and otherwise, to the 2013 Westgate mall attack in Nairobi in which four gunmen from the East African Al-Qaeda affiliate, the Shabaab, killed at least 67 people.

While the Shabaab has been active in Kenya since 2011, after the Kenyan army was deployed in southern Somalia, there has been little evidence to date of an IS presence in the country.

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School yearbook calls Muslim girl ‘Isis’

(LATIMES) — A high school yearbook is supposed to be a keepsake, but for a Muslim student in Rancho Cucamonga it will be a painful reminder of being misidentified as “Isis Phillips” in a photo that showed her smiling and wearing a hijab.

Bayan Zehlif, a student at Los Osos High School, posted a photo from one of the yearbook’s pages on Twitter and Facebook. The caption below the photo did not have her name but instead identified her as Isis Phillips.

Years ago, such a blunder might be dismissed as a simple misprint, but Isis — once a popular baby name — is today often associated with the acronym for the extremist group Islamic State.

“I am extremely saddened, disgusted, hurt and embarrassed that the Los Osos High School yearbook was able to get away with this,” Zehlif wrote on Facebook. “Apparently, I am ‘Isis’ in the yearbook. The school reached out to me and had the audacity to say that this was a typo. I beg to differ, let’s be real.”

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They’ll love it!

BREAKING: Paul Ryan makes STUNNING concession to Donald Trump

Although he’s not yet ready to openly support Donald Trump’s candidacy, Speaker Paul Ryan isn’t necessarily in a fighting stance.

Last week, after Ryan said he couldn’t yet support Trump, The Donald said he was “blindsided” by Ryan’s comments. “I mean, to be honest. I like Paul Ryan. I think he’s a very good guy. He called me three weeks ago, and he was so supportive. It was amazing. And I never thought a thing like this. I got blindsided by this,” Trump said. “I was blindsided a little bit, because he spoke to me three weeks ago, and it was a very nice call, a very encouraging call. I was doing well. He called me, I think, to congratulate me about New York, ’cause I won by massive numbers. I won everything. And then the next week, I won the five states in a row by all landslide numbers.”

As reported by CBS News, in an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” the presumptive GOP nominee was asked whether Ryan could serve a chairman of the convention if he doesn’t endorse Trump.

“I don’t want to mention now. I’ll see after. I will give you a very solid answer, if that happens, about one minute after that happens. Okay?” Trump said. “But there’s no reason to give it right now, but I’ll be very quick with the answer. Let’s see what happens.”

So in essence, Trump was not ruling out the possibility of asking Ryan to step down from presiding over the convention. Whether or not the RNC rules would allow that to officially happen is another thing, but clearly the rift in the GOP is not anywhere near healing.

However, today Ryan said he would step down as chairman of the July convention if Trump asked him to, according to tweet posted by a Milwaukee Sentinel reporter

“.@SpeakerRyan on whether he’d step down as convention chair if Trump asks: I’ll do whatever he asks me to do,” Christian Schneider, one of the newspaper’s columnists, tweeted.

Ryan also said in the interview he is steadfastly opposed to a third-party candidate, even if it were 2012 party nominee Mitt Romney, Schneider said in another tweet, according to MSN.

Well that’s a relief. So for what it’s worth (about two cents), here’s what I think.
The Republican establishment will do whatever it can to distance itself from Donald Trump, essentially saying to the American voters who want him, you can have him.

They’re expecting to see him crash and burn against Hillary in November, and then in 2020 they can all ride in on their white horses saying, “See? See? We TOLD you so! Now let the grown-ups handle this one.”

Regarding that approach, I have two words: McCain and Romney.

[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]

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