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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #175 on: 02 August 2019 at 01:11 »
Another stupid nigger. Guess that was a little redundant.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/ohio-man-allegedly-robs-bank-address-full-name

Ohio man allegedly uses demand note with full name, address to rob bank

 By Nicole Darrah | Fox News

Tip for aspiring bank robbers: Don't use your real name on the slip of paper you're using to demand other people's money.


Michael Harrell, 54, allegedly robbed a U.S. Bank in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday morning, the FBI said.(Cleveland Division of the FBI via WJW)

He's accused of passing a note to the teller — but the note was written on the back of a document from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles...complete with the alleged crook's full name and address.

"When the teller took the note, and looked at it and looked at the other side, she saw his name. He had used a note that he had used earlier at the BMV and it had his name on it,” said Special Agent Vicki Anderson, of the FBI's Cleveland field office, told WJW.

The bank teller at U.S. Bank in Cleveland reportedly referred to the alleged thief by his first name.

The teller referred to Harrell by his name and gave him an unknown amount of money before calling 911, Anderson said. Investigators reportedly confirmed Harrell's identity on security cameras and issued a warrant for his arrest.

Anderson said Harrell isn't the first person to allegedly incriminate themselves during a crime.

“We've had individuals drop cell phones that have all their identifying information in it,” the special agent said. "A lot of times, we're sending out pictures, we have no idea who this person could be or what part of town they could be from. And when you present a note that has your name already on it, and address, it helps law enforcement tremendously."

Despite the head start, authorities haven't yet taken Harrell into custody.

Anyone with information on Harrell's location is urged to contact the Cleveland Division of Police at 216.623.5000 or the FBI's Cleveland field office at 216-522-1400.
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« Reply #176 on: 15 August 2019 at 15:09 »
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/u-s-attorney-s-office-paralegal-accused-using-gov-t-n1042281

U.S. attorney's aide accused of helping gang member son find snitches

Tawanna Hilliard was allegedly used government computers to help a high-ranking member of the 5-9 Brims set of the Bloods gang.

Aug. 14, 2019, 1:20 PM CDT
By Elisha Fieldstadt

A paralegal in the New Jersey U. S. Attorney’s Office is accused of using government equipment to try to identify and expose snitches for her Bloods gang member son, according to federal prosecutors.

Tawanna Hilliard, 44, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of obtaining information from government and protected computers, conspiracy to tamper with a witness, tampering with a witness, conspiracy to obstruct justice, conspiracy to harass a witness and harassment of a witness, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.

Her son, Tyquan Hilliard, who is a member of the 5-9 Brims set of the Bloods gang and serving ten years in prison for robbery in New York, faces the same charges, according to an indictment filed in Brooklyn federal court.

Tawanna Hilliard, who lives in Brooklyn, was working in the federal office in Newark when she "used her DOJ-issued equipment to conduct computer searches to determine whether certain individuals were cooperating with law enforcement" in 2016, according to court documents.

She was trying to help a high-ranking 5-9 Brims member, identified in court documents as Brim-1, find out if two other gang members had provided information to law enforcement.

Brim-1 suspected the two other gang members were federal defendants and had snitched, but Tawanna ended up finding neither of them had active federal cases, which she "described as a 'red flag,'" court documents said.

Tyquan Hilliard, who at the time was serving six years for possession of a loaded firearm, was in a dispute with Brim-1 and "expressed irritation" that his mother had tried to help Brim-1 out, the documents said.

She then logged into a DOJ search engine from work to find information about Brim-1, including his address, and shared it with her son. Tawanna and Tyquan discussed ways to harm Brim-1, but no evidence shows they ever did, according to prosecutors.

In 2018, Tawanna was intent on identifying and outing two other snitches. Tyquan and two others, identified in court filings as John Doe and Jane Doe, had been arrested for allegedly robbing a New York cellphone store.

Both John Doe and Jane Doe were interviewed by police, at which point John Doe identified Tyquan as "a prominent member of the 5-9 Brims," court documents said.

Tyquan and Tawanna obtained videotapes of both interviews, and Tawanna posted John Doe's recorded statement on YouTube, titling it "NYC Brim Gang Member Snitching Pt. 1.” Jane Doe's recorded interview was also posted to YouTube, with the title “NYC Brim Gang Member Snitching."

Both John Doe and Jane Doe started getting threats after the videos were posted, prosecutors said.

“No Snitching” is the 5-9 Brims "first rule" and multiple witnesses told investigators that people in the gang who cooperate with law enforcement "must be punished with physical attacks or even death," court documents said.

Tawanna Hilliard faces up to 20 years in prison on the obstruction charge alone, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. She was released on $75,000 bail on the condition that she has no contact with gang members, including her son. Her electronic communications will be monitored at all times.

Tyquan Hilliard will be arraigned at a later date.

Tawanna Hilliard's lawyer did not respond to a request for comment. A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey declined to comment.

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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #177 on: 21 August 2019 at 12:21 »
All I say is that these muds are animals and this is what our enemies are trying to fill our country with.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/florida-delivery-man-allegedly-attacks-elderly-woman-mallet-sets-her-n1044596

Florida delivery man allegedly attacks elderly woman with mallet, sets her on fire

Aug. 20, 2019, 4:36 PM CDT / Updated Aug. 20, 2019, 5:23 PM CDT
By Doha Madani

A Florida delivery man was charged with murder for allegedly attacking the elderly woman in Boca Raton who paid for him to install appliances purchased from Best Buy.

Jorge Luis Depre Lachazo, 21, allegedly attacked Evelyn Smith Udell with a mallet and set her on fire after he installed a washer and dryer for her on Monday morning, according to a police report from the Boca Raton Police Department.

Jorge Dupre Lachazo.Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office

Udell, who would have turned 76 next week, died after being treated at a local hospital for a brain bleed and severe burns, police said.

Police found her unresponsive on the floor of her laundry room, her clothing "fully engulfed" according to the report, with blunt force trauma and severe burns after another delivery driver partnered with Lachazo called 911.

The second driver, David Gonzalez, told officers he stepped outside to make work calls and heard screams from the house. Gonzalez found Udell on the ground with blood on the floor when he rushed back into the house.

"Lachazo was acting very strange and told Gonzalez multiple times that they needed to leave," the police report said. "Gonzalez was in fear for his life and stepped outside the residence."

Lachazo allegedly fled the scene with the delivery truck while Gonzalez was on the phone with 911 dispatch.

Police quickly tracked down the truck and found Lachazo sweaty, nervous and shaking, according to the report. Officers observed the hair on his legs looked as though it was burned off and there appeared to be ash on his legs.

Evelyn Udell was beaten and burned to death by a delivery driver in Florida.

The suspect later confessed to detectives that he used a wooden mallet to hit Udell on the side of the head. Lachazo told police he then grabbed a "chemical agent" from the garage.

"He then made a motion with his hands indicating that he doused Evelyn Udell and the room with the chemical agent," the police report said. "He then made a motion with his hands that the chemical agent spontaneously combusted. He denied knowing the ignition source that was used to start the fire."

The police report stated that responding officers found an open container of acetone in the kitchen, where the stove was pulled away from the wall.

Detectives said Lachazo also confessed to recently using cocaine and vaping marijuana.

Lachazo was denied bond on charges of murder without premeditation, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon on a person over the age of 65, and arson.

The Boca Raton Best Buy where the appliances were purchased was closed on Tuesday in the wake of the attack.

Best Buy CEO Corie Barry said in a statement that the company has severed ties with the delivery company Lachazo worked for and is fully cooperating with the police investigation. Best Buy will also hire an independent security firm to review our existing screening and safety programs.

"For more than 20 years, millions of Americans have trusted us to come into their homes and, on days like this, I am fully aware of how precious that trust is and how vital it is that we do everything in our power to earn it," Barry said. "Today, we redouble our efforts to do just that.”
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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #178 on: 24 August 2019 at 13:06 »
Legal/Illegal, it doesn't matter what kind of immigrant one is, if they're from a nigger or mud country they don't belong in a White Civilization. They don't have the capacity/will to assimilate into our way of life.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/former-texas-health-care-worker-life-sentences-rape-dementia-patient

Former Texas health care worker gets 2 life sentences for raping 74-year-old patient with dementia

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

A Fort Worth man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for raping a 74-year-old patient – who could not move or speak – at a nursing home last year.

Anthony Mamboleo Nyakeo, 53, was convicted Wednesday of aggravated sexual assault of an elderly or disabled person, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

Nyakeo could have been sentenced to probation but jurors on Thursday sided with prosecutors and sentenced him to two life terms in prison.

Anthony Nyakeo is a Kenyan immigrant and former health care worker of a Texas nursing home. (Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office)

Nyakeo worked at a nursing home in Grapevine, Texas, about 25 miles northeast of Fort Worth.

In January 2018, prosecutors accused Nyakeo, a Kenyan immigrant to the U.S., of raping the elderly woman after DNA linked him to the attack, the Star-Telegram reported.

During his trial, Nyakeo testified that someone must have planted his DNA from a used condom in the body of the victim.


The victim, whose identity has not been released, died last year from Alzheimer’s disease at age 75.
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https://www.foxnews.com/us/new-jersey-mummified-remains-home-pleas-not-guilty

New Jersey man allegedly found with mummified remains at home pleads not guilty

By Louis Casiano | Fox News

A New Jersey man, allegedly found with a human head, a torso dressed in a suit jacket and necktie and part of an arm in his home pleaded not guilty Monday to desecrating human remains, in addition to child sex abuse charges.

Prosecutors called Robert Williams of Newark "dangerous to society" during Monday's hearing and argued he should remain in custody pending a trial.

He also faces charges of endangering the welfare of a child and child luring.

Investigators said Willams, 52, practiced Palo, a religion tied to African and Latin American countries, NJ.com reported.

Detectives said they found the mummified remains in a plastic bin in his closet during an investigation into the alleged sexual abuse of a 12-year-old boy. During a search of his home, they said they found the remains and an altar.

The remains were being examined, a spokesperson for the Essex County prosecutors office said. Assistant Essex County Prosecutor Michael Morris said they weren't related to the sex abuse charges.

Morris said the remains “raise the specter of a person out of step with society and dangerous to society.”

Williams’ lawyer, public defender Susan Friedman, had argued he could be released on home confinement and electronic monitoring. She said he'd lived in the area for 18 years and had one disorderly-person offense on his record from over a decade ago.

Superior Court Judge Ronald Wigler ordered Williams held until his trial.

Wigler said Williams could be sentenced to a minimum of 25 years in prison for the most serious charge, the aggravated sexual assault of a child under 13. Statements by Williams corroborated the alleged victim’s statements, he said.

Williams' next court appearance has been scheduled for Sept. 16.
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