Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Mayor John Suthers Hates the First Amendment

Do law-abiding American citizens still have the right to gather peacefully to discuss their ideas without fear of government censorship and retribution?
In my adopted hometown of Colorado Springs, the answer is "No" if you believe in strict border control or question whether the U.S. can survive as a nation-state. The answer is "No" if you wish to meet with others to express concern about the unsustainability of current U.S. immigration policy. The answer is "No" if you dare to speak unvarnished truths about the deleterious security and economic impacts of illegal immigrants, Third World and sharia-promoting Muslim refugees, temporary guest workers, chain migration beneficiaries, diversity visa lottery winners, and legions of unassimilated and unvetted visitors and other visa holders from around the world.
https://vdare.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/14654054_G-300x225.jpgIn spring 2017, award-winning journalist and former Hoover Institution media fellow Peter Brimelow and his educational nonprofit VDARE reserved the Cheyenne Mountain Resort for a conference on immigration and sovereignty issues. A local far-left gadfly who bragged about wearing her "pink pussy hat while driving (her) Prius" launched an online petition condemning Brimelow's organization as a "hate group." The petition threatened both the resort and the mayor, bellowing that "the residents of Colorado Springs will not support businesses that profit from hate groups and will not re-elect politicians hospitable to those hate groups!"
What exactly is "hateful" about VDARE's work? You can visit VDARE.com and read their wide variety of news and opinions yourself. My syndicated column, published in the Colorado Springs Gazette and hundreds of other mainstream newspapers over the past 25 years, is also published by VDARE. So is Ann Coulter's and Pat Buchanan's. VDARE hosts a vital and honest discussion of an "America First" immigration policy, long considered third rail by the establishments in both parties before President Donald Trump embraced it and won the White House. Of course, I don't agree with everything published on the site; neither do I agree with everything published on every op-ed page that has published my column. VDARE has never advocated violence or any illegal activity. The group counts foreign nationals, immigrants and members of racialand ethnic minorities among its strongest supporters, donors and contributors. 
In mid-August 2017, obviously spooked by the violent outcome in Charlottesville, Virginia, where "alt right" protesters and violence-provoking antifa agitators clashed as local police refused to interveneas a result of a disastrous stand-down order, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers issued a chilling statement regarding the planned VDARE conference. While paying lip service to "freedom of speech," Suthers rather unsubtly used his executive authority as the city's top elected official to pressure local businesses against engaging with VDARE, its speakers and its supporters.
"I would encourage local businesses to be attentive to the types of events they accept and the groups that they invite to our great city," Suthers warned. "The City of Colorado Springs will not provide any support or resources to this event, and does not condone hate speech in any fashion."
This is the kind of feckless virtue-signaling you expect from Democratic mayors attacking Chick-fil-A over its founders' commitment to traditional values. Here's what's truly pathetic: All it took for GOP Mayor Suthers to fold was one ambitious Democratic pot-stirrer and a few thousand crisis-exploiting petitioners on the internet (who knows how many of them were actually from Colorado Springs) echoing the talking points of the Southern Poverty Law Center smear machine—which has made a fortunecalling everyone from Ben Carson to Ayaan Hirsi Ali to Brigitte Gabriel to Jeanine Pirro to VDARE to yours truly to Trump an agent of "hate." (Never mind that the unhinged SPLC has paid out millions in defamation settlements, faces an onslaught of new lawsuits, and is crumbling internally amid employee accusations of sexual harassmentand racial discrimination.)
Immediately after the mayor's ominous decree, the Cheyenne Mountain Resort canceled VDARE's contract. The liberal heckler's veto won. The Republican mayor, a purported constitutional conservative, blithely threw the First Amendment under the bus.
VDARE is fighting back against what Brimelow calls the "Totalitarian Left" (and its surrender-ist GOP enablers). Colorado conservative lawyer Randy Corporon, who represents the group in its civil rights lawsuit against the city, told me: "Mayor John Suthers' statement made clear that Colorado Springs would not provide police protection to VDARE's lawful gathering in a private facility because of his disagreement with the participants' views. His statement led Cheyenne Mountain Resort to cancel VDARE's long-contracted event in spite of significant lost profit and cash damages paid to VDARE by the resort. Meanwhile, violent, disruptive protest groups like antifa receive police protections as they threaten, injure and maim."
"I accepted this case," Corporon said, "in order to expose the hypocrisy and in an effort to determine whether these precious First Amendment rights now only apply to groups and ideas favored by government."
Unfortunately, Suthers' discriminatory crusade against immigration hawks is being subsidized by Colorado Springs taxpayers left in the dark about the threat their own mayor poses to the essential freedom of assembly. Who needs antifa with free speech-squelching tyrants bullying patriots from inside the halls of power?

Saturday, July 27, 2019

Elitist privilege in Columbus,Georgia

  I received a tip that a Columbus police officer got in trouble for daring to give a ticket to a member of the Turner family.  In Columbus, Georgia it pays to be a member of the elite social Brahmins.

Political Prisoners in the USSA


Thursday, July 25, 2019

Coffee County Culture of Corruption

Coffee County, GA — As TFTP reported, the family of an innocent 10-year-old boy filed a $2 million lawsuit on behalf of their son after he was shot by a trigger happy Georgia cop. The boy, Dakota Corbitt had his knee blown apart while officer Michael Vickers was attempting to kill his dog. Now, however, thanks to a system that is set up to protect abusive government employees, Vickers was granted “qualified immunity” and the federal appeals court threw out the family’s lawsuit.

Instead of having to face the lawsuit for excessive force — for shooting a 10-year-old boy while trying to kill his non-aggressive dog — Coffee County Deputy Sheriff Michael Vickers was entitled to “qualified immunity” for his actions and cannot be sued in federal court, the Eleventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week, according to Forbes. 

The court ruled that because they couldn’t find “a materially similar case,” that Vickers “intentionally firing at the dog and unintentionally shooting [the 10-year-old] did not violate any clearly established Fourth Amendment rights.”

However, as CATO points out, given the shockingly reckless nature of Vickers’ actions here, it is of course unsurprising that no prior case involving precisely this sort of misconduct. The majority’s analysis vindicates the stinging criticism of Fifth Circuit Judge Don Willett, who recently stated in another case that “[t]o some observers, qualified immunity smacks of unqualified impunity, letting public officials duck consequences for bad behavior—no matter how palpably unreasonable—as long as they were the first to behave badly.”

Indeed. This officer raided the home of an innocent family, attempted to kill their dog, shot their child instead, and the government is protecting him from liability — claiming that no one had their rights violated.

Furthermore, because of this irresponsible ruling, Vickers could raid the home of another innocent family, shoot their child, and be granted qualified immunity once more.

As TFTP reported at the time, Dakota Corbitt and the rest of his family had done nothing wrong when they were swarmed by cops who held them at gunpoint before shooting the child.

The incident happened in July of 2014 when officers were looking for the suspect of an armed robbery and police shooting. The suspect, 19-year-old Christopher Barnett had fled to the woods near Corbitt’s home.

During Barnett’s apprehension, all hell broke loose as this innocent family had their rights violated at the hands of public servants.

According to the lawsuit, the defendants, Coffee County, Sheriff Doyle Wooten and deputy Michael Vickers, “jointly and severely deprived the plaintiffs and plaintiffs’ minor children of their rights secured by the 4th and 14th Amendments of the United States and as a direct and proximate result of said deprivation defendants’ negligence, gross negligence, and the wanton and willful indifference to the rights of the plaintiffs individually and the rights of the plaintiffs’ minor children, caused the physical pain, suffering, mental anguish and ultimately the permanent restriction of one minor’s right leg.

“On that date, Vickers, along with other officers of the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department and GBI agents, participated in an operation to apprehend a criminal suspect, Barnett. The defendants and fellow officers entered the plaintiff’s property at 145 Burton Road and demanded all persons in the area, including the children, to get down on the ground. Other than the suspect, one adult citizen, Damion Stewart, was on the property outside the residence with two children. While complying with the officers’ demands, Stewart was brutally handcuffed in the presence of his children and the barrel of a gun was placed in his back. Others located on the property included Jerry Rich, who was a minor at the time, Amy Corbitt’s minor child, Elizabeth Bowen’s minor child, and Tonya Johnson’s minor child. Corbitt was inside the home.

“The remaining minors were held at gunpoint, each having an officer forcefully shove the barrel of a loaded gun into their backs. These children feared for their lives and have been stripped of their confidence in the justice system.

“While the children were lying on the ground obeying the orders of Defendant Vickers, said Defendant unreasonably, maliciously, negligently and without necessity or any immediate threat of cause, discharged his firearm at the family pet twice. The first shot missed the animal, which retreated under the residence. At no time during the interim did Vickers ask someone to restrain the animal and at no time did any other agent attempt to restrain or subdue the animal. Approximately eight to ten seconds elapsed since the first shot and Vickers then discharged his weapon a second time as it was approaching the pet’s owners. He again missed the animal and struck Corbitt’s son in the back of the right knee.”

The boy was only 18 inches from the deputy who could’ve easily shot him in the back of the head instead of the leg.

“I ran out the house with one of my kids and saw my little brother on the porch pouring blood,” Janelle Rich, Corbitt’s sister said after the shooting.

According to the lawsuit, Vickers is no stranger to excessive and unnecessary force. This trigger happy dog killing cop was an apparent ticking time bomb and Corbitt just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

“Defendant Vickers has an extensive history of using unnecessary, excessive force of which Defendant Wooten is and was at the time of the subject matter incident aware of,” read the lawsuit. “Vickers’ extensive prior excessive force record includes approximately 10 separate occurrences in the immediate three years prior to the incident, the most recent of which was when Vickers shot and killed a dog during the execution of a search warrant about a month before the incident.”

Corbitt is still required to receive therapy for the wound, now years later. He’s also left emotionally traumatized and has little faith left in the system that led to him being shot.

According to Forbes, in December 2017, a federal judge ruled that Corbitt’s lawsuit against Vickers over the accidental shooting could proceed, since “no allegations suggest that Vickers was unsafe in any way or that Bruce exhibited any signs of aggression.”

 Although the court did mildly admonish the deputy (“we do not doubt that Vickers could have acted more carefully; the firing of a deadly weapon at a dog located close enough to a prone child that the child is struck by a trained officer’s errant shot hardly qualifies as conduct we wish to see repeated”), it nevertheless could not “conclude that no reasonable officer would have fired his gun at the dog under the circumstances.”

The lawsuit sought a total of $4 million, with $2 million of that for Corbitt and the shooting victim to cover past and future medical expenses, recovery for pain and suffering, emotional distress, permanent disfigurement, and punitive damages. Now, because of this corrupt system, this family is back to square one. Shameful indeed.

Unfortunately, cops shooting children while trying to kill their dog is not isolated.

After interviewing the victim of a hit-and-run incident on June 19, 2015, Officer Jonathan Thomas was returning to his patrol car when he heard a woman from another house calling for help. Andrea Ellis had cut her arm on a piece of broken glass, and her sister, Brandie Kelly, called 911 to request an ambulance. While Kelly was on the phone with a 911 dispatcher, she noticed Officer Thomas outside and called out to him for medical assistance.

Arriving at Ellis’ front door, Thomas suddenly pulled out his gun when he noticed the family dog approaching him. Although the pet did not attack Thomas, the officer abruptly opened fire and missed.

Instead of gunning down the dog, Thomas had mistakenly shot Ellis’ 4-year-old daughter, Ava Ellis, in the thigh.

Unlike the Corbitt’s, in 2016, Ellis’ family was awarded $780,000 for the incompetent actions of officer Thomas.

However, instead of firing Thomas or arresting him for negligently shooting an innocent child, police supervisors merely recommended a three-day suspension and retraining.

Officer Vickers received similar treatment from his department. He never received so much as a slap on the wrist for putting a bullet in an innocent boy. And so the vicious cycle of police negligence and their taxpayer supported unaccountable nature continues.



Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Special Letter to President Trump

https://www.change.org/p/donald-trump-free-political-prisoner-matt-hale/u/24857146?cs_tk=ArDtJK3GjJFjBGEmO10AAXicyyvNyQEABF8BvEwjnCJYLNi1SdI2w_ZNYwU%3D&utm_campaign=5014571797db45b294d550e4663a2ddf&utm_medium=email&utm_source=petition_update&utm_term=cs

An Open Letter to President Trump from a
Wrongfully Imprisoned Man
Petition for Clemency: For President Trump Only
Mr. Donald J. Trump
President of the United States
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.
Washington, DC 20500
Your Excellency:
In the midst of all your busy and outstanding work on behalf of the American people, please allow me to recap several of the previous letters that I have mailed to you. After all, I know that you have a lot on your plate these days and it is understandable if one or more of my previous letters may have fallen through the cracks!

I am serving a forty year prison sentence for a totally made up, FBI-concocted "crime." You see, the FBI sent a spy into my church beginning in 1999, had that spy talked about wanting to kill various people, and then had me charged in 2003 when that spy said that he wanted to kill a federal judge! At no time did I say that I wanted him to kill anybody, nor was anybody ever harmed. And yet I'm the one sitting in federal prison right now and have been for the past 16 1/2 years. I was convicted of solicitation of murder and obstruction of justice (in 2004) when the only one who did these things was the FBI spy! I was prosecuted for political reasons, not because I had done anything wrong, on orders of that scumbag Patrick Fitzgerald who is now the lawyer and best friend of that liar and leaker James Comey. And now the same Deep State swamp rats are going after you!
Hundreds if not thousands of letters have been sent to you by now on my behalf by loyal Americans who have studied the facts of my case, recognized the total absence of any evidence of guilt, and are sickened by the draconian sentence that I received. Isn't 16 years in prison for no crime enough punishment? My formal petition for the commutation of my sentence is on file at the office of Pardon Attorney and I mailed you a copy of it a year and a half ago.
I am a loyal supporter of yours and have been since you challenged the authenticity of Barack Obama's birth certificate. I predicted in July 2015 that you would win the presidency. I knew you would win!I I also knew that you would be the only president with the courage to let me go, the courage to defy the phony "Justice" Department and the Deep State! Your enemies are my ememies, Sir!

Please reward my loyalty to you—and the loyalty of many hundreds and even thousands of your other supporters—by freeing me, an innocent man, from this grave miscarriage of justice. I want nothing more than to be able to go on television as a free man and sing the praises of the great President Trump who, in his magnanimity, freed me from my misfortune and returned me to the arms of my mother whom I love so much. She is 80 years old and needs me home!

My family and I stand ready to answer any questions that you may have. The phone number of my mother, Evelyn Hutcheson, is (309) 699-0785). The phone number at this prison is (719) 784-9464. Our website is FreeMattHale.org though it is occasionally hacked by the MSNBC-supportered "antifa", a domestic terrorist group which is also supporterd by sleepy Joe Biden.
Please let us hear from you soon so that I may reclaim the ligerty that was stolen from me so many years ago.

Very Truly Yours, 
Matthew F. Hale
I support Matt Hale! Free Matt Hale!
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Saturday, July 20, 2019

FBI to Ramp Up Surveillance of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Charlottesville Sentencing Today: Four Young Patriots to Be Crucified for the Crime of Free Speech, Assembly, and Self-Defense

Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore 
THE US CONSTITUTION still has a purpose. While it no longer serves as the basis of our legal system, it does give lawyers plenty of mental exercise finding ways to subvert its clear intent. Free speech? Not if private monopolies censor you. Freedom of assembly? Not if a masked mob gets there first. 
But the system’s most outrageous abuse of Americans’ supposed rights have been against due process. Most White Americans do not think about this. For them the places and processes of the legal system — courtrooms, jailhouses, making bail, exhaustive and invasive searches — are elements of a good story, not the objects of their constant dread.
It is perhaps for this reason that so many have failed to notice, let alone care about, what has been going on in Charlottesville, VA. The James Fields show trial was bad enough, but that was only the beginning of the politically motivated prosecutions. 
Almost ten months ago, four young men were arrested in California. The charge? “[Traveling] in interstate commerce…with the intent to incite a riot” and “conspiracy.” The evidence? They had been identified in year-old footage as having been at the 2017 Charlottesville Unite the Right Rally. Their final sentencing is today.
Since their arrest, they have been subjected to the worst horrors of the federal “justice” system. They were seized, transported across the country, arraigned and then refused bail. Over six months later, in what any reasonable person would see as a violation of habeas corpus and the sixth amendment, they were still in jail, having been repeatedly thrown into solitary confinement, with no hope that they would receive a fair trial, and, facing years in prison, they accepted plea deals.
The four men — Benjamin Daley, Thomas Gillen, Michael Miselis and Cole White — were not members of a terrorist organization, but a club called the Rise Above Movement (RAM), which was mainly concerned with bettering its members physical and moral fitness. In August 2017, they traveled from California to Virginia to attend Unite the Right, where anarchist thugs, many of them masked, screamed at them, blocked their path, and eventually attacked them. So of course, when they dared to defend themselves, they doomed themselves to prosecution. If you don’t believe me, study the video (description included with YouTube link).
The RAM boys’ experience was by no means unique. Several others have been subjected to similarly unjust treatment. It bears repeating that Unite the Right — a legally permitted political demonstration — was intentionally hindered by anarchist thugs and then broken up and crushed by State Power. This is not guesswork. It is, in fact, the conclusion of a 200-page authoritative report, commissioned by the city of Charlottesville itself, and compiled by the law firm of a former US State’s Attorney, Timothy Heaphy, which finds that city and state authorities — whether by incompetence or intent — created a volatile and dangerous situation. 
Schematic showing how police pushed alt-right demonstrators out of Lee Park into the Antifa mob 
I find this recitation of facts tedious. And yet, it is necessary because the truth has been so twisted by the Jewish press like ProPublica and their lackeys in the government. Many hundreds of American citizens, mostly young men, came to voice their opposition to the extreme left’s campaign of smashing historical icons, and, more generally, to express their dissatisfaction with the leadership of those who wield political power and cultural influence. They came to put on a legal, political demonstration. When that demonstration was illegally broken up, the RAM men left the area. 
The government’s key piece of  “evidence” against them is that they “taped their fists” (Affidavit, see paragraph 15) and were thus prepared for violence, as if that proved criminal intent. “Well,” a fair-minded person would ask, “Why would they expect there to be violence?” Preparing for violence does not mean one intends to provoke it. If that fair-minded person reflected further, these four young men had every reason — given countless instances of Antifa rioting in the months before Charlottesville — to expect that the rally would be attacked by masked anarchist thugs, and that police would fail to defend them. This expectation was proved right.
Jus’ doin’ muh job. 
The real crime of the RAM four was their political affiliation. As supporters of White people, they have been targeted for selective justice. They were arrested specifically because the federal authorities caved to political pressure from leftist organizations. Weeks before the arrests, the Jewish-dominated “non-profit investigative journalistic” organization ProPublica ran a propaganda film that featured the men, resulting, as you would expect, in them being fired from their jobs, and later arrested. 
If these young men had a lot of money, they could immediately sue ProPublica — a private espionage firm masquerading as a press outlet — for tortious interference and defamation. But clearly none of them or their families have the sort of resources that would allow them to put up a real fight against such a well-coordinated political inquisition. Indeed, it is unlikely that they would be able to find a lawyer — for any amount of money — who understood the political and public dimensions of their plight.
Just another day in the Weimar Republic of America, right? Not quite. Their case is peculiar for another reason. The ProPublica “documentary” that uncovered the men’s identities relied on information from an Antifa blog, which in turn was cited in the Feds’ indictment. Not just cited, mind you. The federal investigator copy-pasted whole paragraphs of irrelevant Marxian whining into the official document. 
Not that this is very surprising. It has become a regular practice for prosecutors to make the most outlandish claims and to pursue the most outrageous charges, in hopes of securing a plea or a settlement on something, in order to overcome our legal system’s default assumption of innocence. They treat due process as if it were a used-car negotiation. Like everything else in our political order, good faith and fair play have given way to Talmudism. Bully a man for long enough with terrorist charges and lock him up with MS-13 gang-bangers, and you are sure to extract a plea.
So, predictably, the RAM four have all pleaded out. And who could blame them? Every man has his limits, and they proved that they have far more endurance than most. Daley, Gillen and Miselis in particular are to be commended for refusing to make a deal with corrupt prosecutors for as long as they did. Even that submission was not enough for federal prosecutors, who added “hate crimes” charges after the plea deals were signed. Those charges could add months on to their sentences. We will see what happens today in court.
But all of this brings us to the bigger question: At this point, what ethical obligation has any American to follow the law? If he cooperates with its agents, he should know that his good faith and intentions will be used against him, without fail and without regret. If he adheres to its tenets, he can be sure that he weakens his own position in economic and social competition against those who are less inhibited than he. If he demands that its judges apply it to those who, with the indulgence of the political elite, flout its spirit and torture its letter, he can be certain that such insolence will be punished, by official or unofficial means. If, pushed to the last extreme, deprived of all state protection, he dares exert his rights by force, no amount of justification, no show of restraint, no appeal to sympathy or sanity will suffice to save him.
No. I might go so far as to say, that he should not let himself be bound by the unjust rule-system of his enemies. It would be more noble for him to undercut the law at every turn, to ridicule its enforcers and hold them in contempt. Well advised would be the man, who, having been dragged into court to answer some ridiculous, Jewish accusation, would say nothing, provide nothing, only throw back even more extreme counter-accusations, at both his accusers and at those who pretend to judge him. 
For the law is no longer the code by which honest disputes may be regulated and criminal elements repressed, but the plaything of a vicious and hostile elite, who have no end but the preservation of their own unjust power and unearned privileges. And only by selective enforcement can they prevent the rise of those who are their moral superiors.

Friday, July 19, 2019

US Attorney Thomas Cullen is Anti-white

Rise Above Members Sentenced In Charlottesville Case


The Trump administration and the conservative movement wants you to know that it is taking chronic Antifa violence very seriously. 
They are so serious about it that the Blompf DOJ prosecuted the Rise Above Movement for getting ambushed in Charlottesville. How many Antifa has the Blompf DOJ gone after? Not a single one. Not one single Antifa that has rioted over the course of two and a half years. Instead, the GOP has exclusively singled out White Nationalism for condemnation three times.
“Benjamin Daley, Michael Miselis and Thomas Gillen were all members of the now-defunct organization called the Rise Above Movement, which was based in California.
They were sentenced Friday in the U.S. District Court in Charlottesville on riot charges connected with the Unite the Right rally and other political rallies in California.
Daley, one of the founders of RAM, was sentenced to just over three years in prison.
Gillen was sentenced to 33 months while Miselis was sentenced to 27 months.
Each man had previously pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to riot charge. …”
“These defendants, motivated by hateful ideology, incited and committed acts of violence in Charlottesville, as well at other purported political rallies in California,” said U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen. “They were not interested in peaceful protest or lawful First Amendment expression. Instead, they intended to provoke and engage in street battles with those that they perceived as their enemies.”
Where is Trump on this?


Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah J. Walker: Thomas Jefferson Is Burning In Hell

If you think the James Fields, Jr. verdict seemed a bit excessive, this is the kind of place Charlottesville has become in 2019:
This is the mayor of Charlottesville.
She wrote this about President Thomas Jefferson on Facebook a few days ago. The “community” has moved on from calling for the destruction of the Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson monuments.

We went there to support the Jefferson monument in addition to the Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson monuments. While the Jefferson monument wasn’t being attacked at the time, we saw where this was going:

Free speech caselaw

I implore every American to read Brandenburg vs Ohio and Watts vs United States!

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Crazed Left-wing terrorist manifesto



Washington: Antifa Armed with a Rifle and Firebombs Attacks ICE Facility, Attempting to Free Immigrants – Shot Dead


So this is way worse than anything any “white supremacist” has done since Oklahoma City.
And it’s just a minor news story.
Funny how that works, huh?
It’s the kind of thing that leads one to wonder if the Jews who run the media don’t have some kind of… Jewish agenda.
A 69-year-old man armed with a rifle threw incendiary devices at an immigration jail in Washington state early Saturday morning, then was found dead after four police officers arrived and opened fire, authorities said.
The Tacoma Police Department said the officers responded about 4 a.m. to the privately run Tacoma Northwest Detention Center, a U.S. Department of Homeland Security detention facility that holds migrants pending deportation proceedings. The detention center has also held immigration-seeking parents separated from their children under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, an effort meant to deter illegal immigration.
The shooting took place about six hours after a peaceful rally in front of the detention center, police spokesman Loretta Cool said.
On Saturday night, the Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the man as Willem Van Spronsen of Vashon Island, the Tacoma News-Tribune and the Seattle Times reported.
Police said Van Spronsen caused a vehicle to catch fire and that he attempted to ignite a large propane tank and set buildings on fire. Police said that besides the rifle, he had a satchel and flares.
Police said officers called out to Van Spronsen, and shots were fired.
Right now: Big police presence outside the home of the man shot and killed by Tacoma police after throwing Molotov-cocktails at the Northwest Detention Center @komonews
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Cool said all four officers fired their weapons, but she didn’t have specific details of what took place. She said the officers weren’t wearing body cameras, but the area is covered by surveillance cameras from the detention center. She said she didn’t know if the man fired at the officers.
After the gunfire, officers took cover, contained the area and set up medical aid a short distance away, police said.
Officers then located Van Spronsen and determined he had been shot and was dead at the scene.
The Northwest Detention Center is still closed after police shot & killed a man identified as Willem Van Spronsen. Police say he threw Molotov cocktails at the detention center. Last year, court documents say he was arrested for assaulting an officer at a protest there @komonews
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Authorities say investigators are processing the scene and police are continuing to investigate. No law enforcement officers were injured. The four Tacoma police officers who fired their weapons have been placed on paid administrative leave as is standard in officer-involved shootings.
A friend of Van Spronsen said that she thinks he wanted to provoke a fatal conflict, the Seattle Times reported.
Deb Bartley, who told the Times she has been a friend of Willem Van Spronsen’s for about 20 years, described him as an anarchist and anti-fascist, and believes his attack on the detention center intending to provoke a fatal conflict.
“He was ready to end it,” Bartley said. “I think this was a suicide. But then he was able to kind of do it in a way that spoke to his political beliefs . I know he went down there knowing he was going to die.”
Annnnnnnnddd…. the story’s buried!
He was trying to set a concrete building on fire, the cops said, but other “activists” disagreed.
Detectives looked for clues that could help them understand why police say the 69-year-old threw Molotov-cocktails at the detention center and nearby cars while armed with a rifle.
“He was throwing these items at the building in an effort to set it on fire. It didn’t work, it’s a concreate building,” said Officer Loretta Cool with the Tacoma Police Department.
But activists later said Van Spronsen was a protestor trying to set the deportation buses on fire –which sit across the street from the detention center—when he was shot and killed.
So these “activists” were aware of what he was trying to do. Meaning they had spoken to him before. Meaning they are accessories to a terrorist attack on a federal building.
And I can fucking guarantee you that not a single one of them will be arrested.
Because all of these motherfuckers are assets of the FBI. 
Attacking a federal building is an actual act of war.
Imagine if this was a right-winger attacking a migrant center to try to kill migrants instead of ICE agents.
Just imagine.
That would be ten times the media fiasco of Charlottesville.
The Jews would be whining about it for 50 years. And this story is not even a top news headline on any website right now, other than Breitbart. 
Let that sink in. 
A pro-invasion activist trying to kill federal officers?
Nothing to see here, goyim.
“If anything, the man was a hero, fighting the racial injustices of the Orange Cheeto Hitler.”
But who knows?
Maybe I’m wrong.
Maybe the Jewish media just hasn’t noticed the story yet, and this will be running nonstop all day, with the hosts of CNN and MSNBC talking about how leftist violence is just as bad as right-wing violence, and how we need to have a society of conversations, not bloodbaths.
Maybe Nancy Pelosi will send out a tweet celebrating the attacker’s death, like when Donald Trump, Jr. sent out a tweet celebrating the life sentence of James Fields for a car accident that the media transformed into a terrorist attack.

Maybe I’m just being alarmist, and everyone on the left will behave totally reasonable in response to this, with widespread condemnations, just like every time a right-winger does anything violent.

For-Profit Nursing Home In Viral Video Is Understaffed and Run By Criminals, Yet Still Receives Medicare Funds

Antifa is nowhere to be found in regards to anti-white racism. The viral video of 20-year-old black man Jaydon Hayden viciously ass...