GHISLAINE MAXWELL DOCUMENTS RELEASED

GHISLAINE MAXWELL DOCUMENTS RELEASED

NOT ALL DOCUMENTS I CAN FIND BUT HERE IS VIRGINIA ROBERTS GIUFFRE’S DEPOSITION IN 2016.

REMEMBER SHE WAS ONE OF THE JUVENILES RECRUITED BY MAXWELL,

TO BE AVAILABLE AT PEDOPHILE ISLAND FOR EPSTEIN AND HIS FRIENDS.

I WILL MAKE THE DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE AS SOON AS I CAN

GHISLAIN MAXWELL

STONEHENGE SECRETS REVEALED

STONEHENGE SECRETS REVEALED

Scientists work out where

huge stones came from

The huge stones at Stonehenge in Southern England came from just 15.5 miles away, according to new research.

Most of the sarsens, or sandstone boulders, came from West Woods in the English county of Wiltshire,

Researchers explain, citing the chemical composition of the stones.

The sarsens are up to 30 feet tall and can weigh as much as 25 tons.

The research is published in the journal Science Advances.

STONEHENGE WAS LIKE ANCIENT ‘LEGO,’ EXPERTS SAY

“Until recently we did not know it was possible to provenance a stone like sarsen,” said David Nash, the study’s lead author, in a statement.

“It has been really exciting to use 21st century science to understand the Neolithic past,

And answer a question that archaeologists have been debating for centuries.”

STONEHENGE SECRETS REVEALED

Portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (PXRF) was used to analyze the stones.

“Next, the researchers performed inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS),

And ICP-atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES) of samples from a core,

That was previously drilled through one sarsen stone and a range of sarsen boulders from across southern Britain,” the scientists explained, in the statement.

This led the scientists to West Woods.

“The reason the monument’s builders selected this site remains a mystery,

Although the researchers suggest the size and quality of West Woods’ stones,

And the ease with which the builders could access them, may have factored into the decision,” they explained in the statement.

MISSING PIECE OF STONEHENGE RETURNED 60 YEARS AFTER IT WAS REMOVED DURING EXCAVATION

Stonehenge continues to be a source of fascination for historians.

Earlier this year English Heritage, which oversees the famous site, noted that parts of Stonehenge bear a resemblance to an ancient “Lego.”

In 2018, experts said that the site may have been built using Greek philosopher Pythagoras’ famous theorem,

2 millennia before the mathematical equation was developed.

Last year a missing piece of Stonehenge was returned 60 years after it went missing during an archaeological excavation.


THE CLINTON/EPSTEIN CONNECTION

THE CLINTON/EPSTEIN CONNECTION

Bill Clinton Went to Jeffrey Epstein’s Island With 2 ‘Young Girls’,

Virginia Giuffre Says

THE CLINTON/EPSTEIN CONNECTION

In recently unsealed court documents involving dead child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell,

a woman named Virginia Giuffre, who publicly accused Epstein of sex trafficking, said that she once saw former Democratic President Bill Clinton on Epstein’s island with “two young girls” from New York.

In the questioning by lawyer Jack Scarola, Guiffre was asked,

“Do you have any recollection of Jeffrey Epstein’s specifically telling you that ‘Bill Clinton owes me favors?'”

“Yes, I do,” Guiffre answered. “It was a laugh though. He would laugh it off.

You know, I remember asking Jeffrey what’s Bill Clinton doing here [on Epstein’s island] kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me favors.”

“He never told me what favors they were,” Guiffre continued. “I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke…

He told me a long time ago that everyone owes him favors. They’re all in each other’s pockets.”

Shortly thereafter, Scarola asked her “Were sexual orgies a regular occurrence on the island at Jeffrey’s house?” Guiffre responded, “Yes.”

Scarola then asked if she was ever present with Epstein and Clinton on the island.

“Ghislane, Emmy [another girl who was allegedly a regular at Epstein’s house], and there was 2 young girls that I could identify.

I never really knew them well anyways. It was just 2 girls from New York,” Guiffre answered, and said they were all staying in Epstein’s house on the island.

In a statement to Newsweek on Friday, a Clinton spokesperson denied the allegation,

saying he has “never been to Little St. James Island.” The claim had previously been made by Clinton representatives in 2019.

“He’d not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade,” Angel Ureña added. “Well before his terrible crimes came to light.”


Former President Bill Clinton speaks during the 2019 Bloomberg Global Business Forum at The Plaza Hotel on September 25, 2019 in New York City.

Epstein had multiple ties to Clinton, and Clinton—along with many other big name celebrities—was a repeated passenger on Epstein’s private Boeing 727 plane,

which was nicknamed the “Lolita Express” due to the frequent delivery of apparently underage women to the island of Little Saint James,

a reference to the 1955 Vladimir Nabokov novel about a 36-year-old literature professor who sexually engages a 12-year-old girl.

THE CLINTON/EPSTEIN CONNECTION

In 2002, Epstein hosted Clinton—as well as actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker—on a 2002 tour of Africa associated with the Clinton Foundation.

Epstein called Clinton “the world’s greatest politician.”

In a 2002 New York magazine article in which President Donald Trump mentioned Epstein’s predilection for girls “on the younger side,” Clinton praised Epstein.

In 2015, the now-defunct pop-culture and news website Gawker released the flight logbooks for Epstein’s Gulfstream and the Lolita Express 727.

Clinton is listed as having taken at least 11 flights on the Lolita Express.

In one flight, Clinton allegedly flew with a softcore porn actress listed under “massages” in Epstein’s address book.

On all 11 flights, he rode with Maxwell and Epstein’s former assistant Sarah Kellen.

Kellen has been accused in court filings of recruiting young girls, acting as a pimp on Epstein’s behalf.

On multiple flights, additional women who flew with Clinton are either listed by only their first name or simply as “female.”

DAWG SAYS: THIS IS GOING TO GET REAL UGLY FOR SOME PEOPLE.

AND BILL CLINTON HAS TO DEAL WITH HILLARY…..


DR FAREED AND COVID (VIDEO)

DR FAREED AND COVID

Local doctor pushing proven treatment of COVID into national debate

Dr. Fareed, along with other front-line COVID-19 physicians are trying to reach Washington D.C. to share their experiences and successes away from the political discourse.

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A front-line local doctor treating COVID-19 patients claims to have figured out what works to keep his patients alive.

He claims to have answers on better controlling, and curbing, a pandemic that knows no boundaries.

Dr. George Fareed is a physician who can be spotted during football season as local high school’s field doctor,

Working with athletes from Holtville, El Centro, Imperial, and lately, with Brawley Union High School.

Fareed graduated with honors in 1970 at Harvard and pursued medical studies, research,

Teaching at Harvard and UCLA in the first 20 years of his career.

Fareed returned to clinical medicine in 1991 when he came to the Imperial Valley to establish a general practice.

No one who knows him well was surprised to see him jump into the COVID-19 pandemic full force.

As hot spots jumped from city to city, cases and deaths rose, businesses and schools closed down, Fareed began testing for the virus,

Followed by caring for patients at home, in the hospitals, and in the local COVID-tents set up by the hospitals and the National Guard.

“I became so frustrated.” Fareed said as he listened to national news and the Task Force. 

What he was hearing and what he witnessed first-hand did not correlate.

He began zoom meetings with other front-line doctors on the east coast and found they had the same experiences he did,

Finding what worked and what didn’t, finding preventatives before exposures, and keeping his patients alive.

The frustration levels rose between Fareed and other doctors that action had to be taken, he said.

Fareed has written letters to President Trump, Representative Juan Vargas, and the Presidential Task Force.

He continues Zoom meetings with other doctors, and hope to get to Washington D.C. to share their knowledge and results.


DR FAREED AND COVID

Here is the letter Fareed sent to President Trump:

Dear President Trump and Task Force,

My name is Dr. George Fareed. I am a physician in Imperial County, California, that has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

I take care of patients on both an outpatient and inpatient basis, as well as nursing home patients, the most vulnerable among us.

In this letter, I am proposing a medical strategy that can help us not only through this current crisis,

But also that will enable us to approach outbreaks of COVID-19 that may occur in the future.

In my attempts to keep people alive, I have had an opportunity to use many different types of treatments — remdesivir, dexamethasone, convalescent plasma replacement, etc.

Yet, by far the best tool beyond supportive care with oxygen has been the combination of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ),

With either azithromycin or doxycycline, and zinc.

This “HCQ cocktail” (that costs less than $100) has enabled me to prevent patients from being admitted to the hospital,

As well as help those patients that are hospitalized. The key is giving the HCQ cocktail early, within the first five days of the disease.

Not only have I seen outstanding results with this approach, I have not seen any patient exhibit serious side-effects.

To be clear — this drug has been used as an anti-malarial and to treat systemic lupus erythematosus as well as rheumatoid arthritis,

and has over a 50-year track record for safety.

It is shocking that it only now is being characterized as a dangerous drug.

DR FAREED AND COVID

Moreover, I am in my seventies, and I (as well as some other older physicians in the hospital) use hydroxychloroquine and zinc as prophylaxis.

None of us have contracted the disease despite our high exposure to COVID patients nor have we experienced any side-effects.

Despite the characterization in the mainstream media as the drug being “ineffective” and “dangerous,”

The evidence in the literature tells a different story.

I am not only an “MD,” but a former Harvard Medical School assistant professor and UCLA School of Medicine associate professor,

As well and am very competent at evaluating studies.

There is ample evidence now that the HCQ cocktail is effective and there is no good evidence that there are significant side effects.

Yet, like many of my colleagues in the trenches treating COVID,

I find myself being obstructed on different levels from treating my patients with hydroxychloroquine.

The next option is remdesivir, which in my opinion is inferior and very expensive.

Moreover, that drug is not readily available and is rationed by hospitals.

Despite the representations by Dr. Fauci and others, there is less evidence supporting the use of remdesivir than hydroxychloroquine.

To be clear — hydroxychloroquine is normally not helpful when given to very ill patients.

Unfortunately, most of the studies have evaluated this drug only in that context.

The HCQ cocktail is best used to prevent patients from getting to that dire stage.

This is all so tragic because the use of HCQ cocktail would solve some of the very basic problems we are now facing:

DR FAREED AND COVID

  1. The HCQ cocktail can be used for outpatients to prevent hospitalizations and thus keep our hospitals and ICUs from being overrun with COVID patients.
  2. The HCQ cocktail can be used early on in hospitalization to prevent patients from requiring mechanical ventilation and reducing the length of hospital stay.
  3. HCQ/zinc can be used for prophylaxis for high risk individuals including front line health providers, first responders, and even teachers who are at high risk for COVID.

As a physician, I am committed to my patients as well as doing my part to solve the COVID crisis.

It has been deflating to see how the “science” has been corrupted and manipulated in an effort to disparage hydroxychloroquine.

The fact that both Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine had to retract articles relevant to hydroxychloroquine,

Due to gross manipulation and mischaracterization of data goes to the heart of what is best characterized as a smear campaign.

As an example of the faulty science, one study (University of Minnesota) was cited in the mainstream media,

As disproving the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as “prophylaxis,” yet the patients received the drug one to four days AFTER exposure.

That is not prophylaxis at all — the drug must be taken PRIOR to exposure.

This is just one example of the non-scientific way the drug has been evaluated and the subsequent mainstream media mischaracterizations.

I am writing to you out of the frustration of knowing that there is a solution, but watching as our country flounders in dealing with COVID-19.

In my opinion, tens of thousands are dying unnecessarily.

Our current approach of waiting for these high-risk patients to become ill and then hospitalizing them is failing.

The answer is early diagnosis of the high-risk individuals, and then treating them as outpatients with the HCQ cocktail to prevent hospitalization.

So, what I am proposing is a drastic shift from our current approach:

We need to ramp up our outpatient efforts of treating COVID-19 to decrease the burden on hospitals and save lives.

Such an approach requires an effective outpatient treatment — we have that in the HCQ cocktail.

DR FAREED AND COVID

How do we get there?

I propose that the Task Force allow myself and a few other clinicians/researchers who have used and/or studied the HCQ cocktail,

Present our plan that focuses on outpatient treatment and prevention as opposed to a hospital-based approach ,

Only treating patients when they become ill.

The FDA and CDC should be there as well given that they are the agencies that formulate the drug policies.

We need a medical strategy, not only for now while we are in a crisis, but for the future.

There is no guarantee that a vaccine will rid us of COVID-19.

If we had a strategy, we would not have to shut down American life, especially schools, every time there is an outbreak.

We should be seeking a solution that will save as many lives as possible,

and the outpatient-based approach that I and some other doctors have been advocating will best accomplish that goal.

I hope you consider my proposal, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,

George C. Fareed, M.D.

CMA Rural Physician of the Year 2015

Brawley, CA 92227


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THEN THEY LISTEN TO PEOPLE LIKE BILL GATES

AS A NOTE PLEASE LE ME KNOW ANY OF THESE ARTICLES AND VIDEOS AS I AM SAVING THEM


RARE FIND 1973 FORD FALCON

RARE FIND 1973 FORD FALCON

parked in shed for 30 years sold for $215G

RARE FIND 1973 FORD FALCON SOLD FOR $215K

A dusty and rusty mess of a 1973 Ford Falcon left in a shed for over three decades was auctioned this week for over $215,000.

The Australian Ford Falcon XA GT Hard Top RPO 83 Manual Coupe,

It was a predecessor to the model used as the basis for the Pursuit Special featured the Sci-Fi classic “Mad Max” franchise films.

Different from the Falcon sold in the U.S. through the 1960s,

The model was effectively Australia’s version of the Mustang,

But offered in several body styles, with two and four doors.

This particular coupe was one of just 120 high-performance models featuring a 330 hp 5.8-liter V8 that was good for a 160 mph.

But it’s been a long time since this car was capable of doing that.

The car was last registered for road use and started in 1988 and has since been rotting away,

It was in a half-open roadside shed outside Brisbane behind a chicken wire fence,

Postle said its owner, Gordon Stubbersfield, refused to sell it despite great interest from collectors over the years,

Because it was the car he owned when he got married.

He also enjoyed speaking to people who stopped by to ask about it until he passed away last year.

“He was adamant he didn’t want it touched – he loved it as it was,” Postle said.

The buyer has not yet come forward or announced what they intend to do with the car.

According to TradeUniqueCars.com.au, a 1973 Falcon XA GT Hard Top RPO 83 in fair condition is worth around $70,000,

While those in excellent condition have an estimated value over $180,000.

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EVERYONE AGREES ELECTION CONCERNS

EVERYONE AGREES ELECTION CONCERNS

Republicans, Democrats agree on one thing:

Doubt about fair election

EVERYONE AGREES ELECTION CONCERNS WITH MAIL IN

Americans across the political spectrum have widespread concerns that November’s U.S. election will be marred by fraud,

Interference or efforts to suppress the vote, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.

About half of the registered voters in the United States, including some 80% of Republicans surveyed,

Say they are concerned that an increase in voting by mail will lead to widespread fraud in the Nov. 3 election, the poll showed.

The finding suggests that a wide swath of the country may have trouble accepting the result of the election,

Which is expected to see a surge in mail-in voting due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Republican President Donald Trump is trailing his Democratic opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, in opinion polls.

It also shows that Republicans are sharply aligned on the issue with Trump,

Who has been attacking the use of mail-in ballots for months, and on Thursday for the first time raised the idea of delaying the election, which he cannot do.

The poll, taken on Wednesday and Thursday partially before Trump’s tweet,

Also found broad concerns in both parties about the integrity of the election,

With nearly three quarters concerned about voter suppression or possible election interference.

In 2016, U.S. intelligence agencies determined that Russia meddled in the presidential election to damage Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign and sow distrust of American democracy.

The poll found 74% of registered voters were concerned about “organized voter fraud by political actors,

They were hoping to sway the results of the elections,” including seven of 10 Democrats and eight of 10 Republicans.

EVERYONE AGREES ELECTION CONCERNS WITH MAIL IN

About 73% of registered voters also said they were concerned about “voter suppression,”

Including eight of 10 Democrats and six of 10 Republicans.

Democrats and voting rights groups say mail-in voting is a way to protect voters from the virus,

And that a failure to guarantee that option amid a pandemic will disenfranchise millions of Americans,

Especially the poor and African Americans who are deemed more vulnerable to the virus and who tend to vote Democratic.

Presidential nominating contests held this year exposed massive challenges in conducting elections during the worst public health crisis in a century,

Raising fears of a large-scale disenfranchisement in November if the number of polling places is slashed yet mail-in voting remains restricted.

FRAUD CONCERNS

A bipartisan majority of registered voters, 67%, said they were confident their ballot would be accurately counted if they voted by mail.

That included eight of 10 Democrats and six of 10 Republicans.

But eight of every 10 Republicans, compared with three of every 10 Democrats, said they were

“concerned that increased voting by mail will lead to widespread fraud in the voting process.”


NO POLICE FOR DEMS CONVENTION (VIDEO)

NO POLICE FOR DEMS CONVENTION

More than 100 police agencies pull out of Democratic National Convention security contracts

NO POLICE FOR DEMS CONVENTION

More than 100 police agencies in Wisconsin have pulled out of their security contracts with the Democratic National Convention ,

Ahead of their predominantly virtual convention, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Monday.

Some of the agencies said their decision to pull out of the agreement to send personnel to the convention,

Comes after the Milwaukee’s police chief decided to cease the use of tear gas and pepper spray during demonstrations.

Their decision to pull out of the contracts cast doubt on the convention’s goal to have 1,000 officers at the event,

Which will run from Aug. 17-20, where former Vice President Joe Biden will formally accept the party’s nomination.

Only about 300 people are expected to attend the in-person event.

“MPD’s top priority remains to ensure that next month’s DNC is a safe event for all visitors and participants,

The Milwaukee Police Department said in the statement.

The Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission directed Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales to change department policy,

To restrict the use of tear gas and pepper spray,

Which has been used by law enforcement at demonstrations protesting racial inequality in recent months.

“We regret having to do that,”

William Lamb, a local police chief who chairs the Wisconsin Police Executive Group (WPEG) told the Journal Sentinel.

Lamb said the WPEG “strongly disagree” with the decision, adding that they believe that in “removing those tools,

The use of chemical irritants or pepper spray,

Taken away from the available resources that the law enforcement officers would have at their disposal if protests become non-peaceful,

Would severely compromise the safety of the public and also the safety of the law enforcement officers who would be assigned to protect the DNC.”

Convention officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Hill.

DAWG SAYS: I ALWAYS SAY FOR EVERY ACTION THERE IS A REACTION


NEVADA ADVENTURES

NEVADA ADVENTURES

Hike This Ancient Forest In Nevada
That’s Home To 3,000-Year-Old Trees

NEVADA ADVENTURES

Nevada is home to some pretty spectacular old growth forests.

These forests are a natural wonder that we are extremely proud to call our own,

And they are a sight that every Nevadan should see at least once.

The hiking trail featured below takes you straight to one of the state’s most iconic ancient forests.

Home to 3,000-year-old trees, this destination is simply spectacular and will leave you in awe of nature’s unstoppable force.

This is a bucket list destination for any adventurer so be sure to check it out.

The Bristlecone Pines in Great Basin National Park is easily one of the most amazing natural wonders our state has to offer.

Although it’s hard to tell exactly how old these trees are, the general consensus is that these are the oldest living trees on earth.

Seeing this ancient forest of Bristlecone Pines should be a bucket list item for any Nevadan.

Surprisingly, it’s not that hard. In fact, Great Basin is home to a myriad of hiking trails that will take you right to them.

The main Bristlecone Pine Trail is just three miles in its entirety. With a modest elevation gain of 600-feet,

It’s a moderate hike that is manageable by most.

The trail is also extremely well signed. You’ll set off at the beginning of the trail which is located right by the parking lot.

As you traverse the trail, you’ll come across some nice interpretive signs labeling the trees and explaining the characteristics of the area.

You’ll definitely know when you come across a bristlecone.

They can be easily identified by their smooth, gnarled trunks and lack of bark.

The needles are about an inch long and cover whole branches.

These trees are strangely beautiful, but it’s their age that is truly impressive.

Many of them are known to be at least 3,000 years old, if not more.

It’s mind-boggling to think of just how old they are. These trees were here long, long before any of us were.

In a way, the bristlecone pine tree is the perfect symbol for our beautiful state.

These trees are strong, beautiful, and they flourish in the desert. If that’s not perfectly Nevadan, we don’t know what is!

What do you think? Have you visited this ancient forest before?



COVID RELEASES ANOTHER MUDERER

COVID RELEASES ANOTHER MUDERER

Convicted Murderer Serving 84-Years-To-Life In Prison,Terebea Williams,

Released Over Coronavirus Fears

Terebea Williams was serving time in prison when she was released over COVID-19 concerns.

A convicted killer has been set free as the state tries to reduce the spread of COVID-19 behind bars.

And the family of the victim is furious.

Convicted murderer, Terebea Williams, was sentenced to 84 years-to-life in prison but served less than a quarter of that sentence.

Williams, 44, was convicted in 2001 of first-degree murder, use of a firearm, carjacking, and kidnapping.

In the death of 23-year-old Kevin “John” Ruska Jr.

Confused and angry, Ruska’s sister Dena Love is now wanting justice all over again for her little brother.

“I can’t understand why this is happening at all… I always felt responsible for him, I’m the older sister,” said Love.

Kevin “John” Ruska was killed by Williams and the family says they still don’t know why.

Williams held Ruska at gunpoint in February of 1998,

Putting him in the trunk of his car until she shot him in the abdomen and then continued to drive 750 miles,

From Washinton State to Davis.

She then tied him to a chair in a motel, leaving one of his legs free so he could stomp for help.

But by the time he was found, he was dead.

“And for this to come down, for her to walk,

I don’t even know why, to this day, why my son is dead,” said his father, Kevin Ruska, Sr.

RELATED: Santiago Cruz, Inmate Serving 125-Years-To-Life In Prison, Released Due To Coronavirus

His family has lived with that question for more than two decades and they are now faced with another question:

why is his killer able to walk free?

The CDCR did not offer them an explanation for the early release and no opportunity for them to fight it either.

A spokesperson sent CBS13 this link in response to our request for an explanation to the release,

Explaining the department’s goal to maximize space in prison in an effort to manage the spread of COVID-19.

“It’s appalling to me everything that’s been allowed to happen.

I don’t think for one second she’s going to walk out there a changed person, she’s not,” said Ruska’s cousin, Karri Phillips.

“It makes me so sad and angry that he hasn’t been here with us all this time,” said Love.

The California District Attorney’s office met with CDCR Secretary Ralph Diaz Wednesday.

The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office told CBS13 prosecutors are “hopeful that there will be a more balanced approach to inmate releases that addresses the needs to mitigate the spread of COVID.”

DAWG SAYS:

THIS IS JUST THE START MORE COMING.


FUNNY THING IS THEY ISOLATE US HEALTHY PEOPLE AND RELEASE INMATES.

BUT THEY KEEP SAYING MASKS WORK-IF THEY DID NO NEED TO RELEASE PRISONERS


LAPD FALSIFYING ARREST RECORDS (VIDEO)

LAPD FALSIFYING ARREST RECORDS

LAPD FALSIFYING ARREST RECORDS

 The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office is reviewing hundreds of criminal cases,

After criminal charges were filed against three LAPD officers accused of falsifying records about gang affiliation.

Braxton Shaw, 37, Michael Coblentz, 43, and Nicolas Martinez, 36, were charged in July,

With one count each of conspiracy to obstruct justice,

And multiple counts of filing a false police report,

And preparing false documentary evidence.

The officers were assigned at the time to the LAPD’s Metropolitan Division,

When they allegedly falsified field interview cards and misidentified dozens of people,

People who were stopped by the officers as gang members.

Prosecutors say that some of the false information written in the cards was used to wrongfully enter people into California’s gang database.

The alleged misconduct would disrupt criminal cases against as many as 750 defendants, 

according to reporting by the L.A. Times that was confirmed by the D.A.’s office.

“There could be some cases out there where there are wrongful convictions,” said L.A. District Attorney Jackie Lacey.

“When you’re charged with a crime like that, where it’s alleged that you lied,

Your credibility becomes an issue and every case you ever touched in terms of a witness now has to be reviewed.”

Gang allegations allow prosecutors to seek harsher sentences against defendants,

If the jury finds the allegations to be true.

However, the basis for the criminal charges against some of the people arrested by the officers could be at stake,

Because their testimony and reports will likely hold little confidence at trial.

Past convictions may also be overturned,

If defense attorneys can argue that testimony given by any of the three officers was damaging to their case.

Lacey said that when charges were brought against the officers,

She asked the prosecutors to corroborate any information contained in field interview cards with other available evidence,

Such as body camera footage, to ensure the accuracy of the information.

Lacey said her office has sent letters to more than 750 defendants whose cases involved one or more of the charged officers.

The L.A. Times reviewed prosecutors’ records and found felony cases, including homicides,

Handled by the three charged officers dating back to 2002.

“They range from everything from the most minor drug cases to more serious cases, such as assault,” Lacey said.


 

COVID CURE FACEBOOK CENSORED (VIDEO)

COVID CURE FACEBOOK CENSORED

HERE IS A VIDEO THAT FACEBOOK TOOK OFF MY PAGE AND SAID IS FAKE NEWS HERE IS THE NOTICE THEY POSTED:

COVID CURE FACEBOOK CENSORED

ALSO NOTE THEY HAD A LINK TO THE W.H.O. ON THERE

HERE IS THEIR CREDENTIALS THAT I HAVE NO WAY OF CONFIRMING

Simone Gold, MD – Emergency Medicine Specialist in Los Angeles, CA and has over 31 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Rosalind Franklin University Of Medicine Science/The Chicago Medical School medical school in 1989. She is affiliated with Centinela Hospital Medical Center.

Dr. Bob Hamilton – pediatrician from Santa Monica, California. Medical School UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. Internship UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. Residency UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA.

Dr. Stella Immanuel – primary care doctor in Houston, Tx. Went to medical school in West Africa, Nigeria. Has practiced in Louisiana and now resides in Texas where she has personally treated more than 350 Covid patients. ZERO DEATHS.

Dr. Dan Erickson, DO – Emergency Medicine Specialist in Bakersfield, CA and has over 16 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Western Univ Of Health Sciences/College Of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific, Western University Of Health Sciences medical school in 2004. (While both degrees mean your doctor is a licensed physician, their training differs slightly, and each has a unique perspective on care. “An M.D. follows an allopathic medical training path, whereas a D.O. follows osteopathic.”

Dr. James Todaro, MD – a Ophthalmology Specialist. He received his medical degree from Columbia University, Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons in NY, and completed his surgical training with four additional years of residency in ophthalmology.

Dr. Joe Ladapo MD, PhD – Physician at UCLA and clinical researcher. Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine, 2011.
Residency Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr-East Campus, 2009-2011.
Internship Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr-East Campus, 2008-2009. Degree Harvard Medical School, MD, 2008 Harvard University Grad. School of Arts, Sciences, PhD, 2008.


BLM- SHERIFF SAYS NO

BLM- SHERIFF SAYS NO

Nevada sheriff says he won’t respond to calls at county library after it expressed support for BLM

BLM- SHERIFF SAYS NO TO LIBRARY’S SUPPORT

A Nevada sheriff told a local library system not to bother calling 911,

After it expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

That message came from Douglas County Sheriff Dan Coverley this week,

A day before the county’s public library system was set to discuss a proposed diversity statement that mentions they “support #BlackLivesMatter.”

“Due to your support of Black Lives Matter and the obvious lack of support or trust with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office,

Please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” the sheriff wrote Monday.

Read letter here:

“I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior,

Since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past.”

The sheriff and library system director said they discussed the issue the next day,

And agreed it had been an “unfortunate circumstance of misunderstanding.”

The meeting discussing the statement was meant to happen Tuesday but has now been rescheduled for an unspecified date.

The library’s proposed diversity statement said in part that it “denounces all acts of violence, racism, and disregard for human rights.

We support “BlackLivesMatter.

We resolutely assert and believe that all forms of racism, hatred, inequality, and injustice don’t belong in our society.”

It added that the system had signed the Urban Libraries Council’s Statement on Race and Social Equity

Signed by 180 public libraries across the United States and Canada, committing to making their communities “more inclusive and just.”

Coverley’s letter called the death of George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis police custody in May,

“tragic and preventable,”

But then said “data simply does not support claims that law enforcement is systemically racist or structurally biased.”

That language, as well as the letter’s first four paragraphs, is taken word for word from a letter sent to leaders in Congress,

 from multiple state attorney generals and sheriffs associations in June, asking for assistance in combating “anti-police rhetoric.”

But some say data has shown that Black Americans are at a greater risk of being killed by police,

despite being less likely to pose an objective threat to law enforcement,

 according to research by Northeastern University Professor Matt Miller.

Other research, from George Mason University and the University of Georgia, found in 2018 that when it comes to misdemeanors,

“there is profound racial disparity in the misdemeanor arrest rate for most — but not all — offense types.”

Tuesday, the day after Coverley’s public letter,

He and Douglas County Library Director Amy Dodson released a joint statement addressing the issue.

The two had a “very candid conversation,” Dodson said in the statement.

“We agreed that we both support the people of Douglas County,

And this may have been an unfortunate circumstance of misunderstanding,” Dodson said.

“The library respects and supports the work of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and appreciates everything they do to keep our community safe.”

“This has been a difficult time to be a law enforcement professional,

And can be disheartening when we perceive that our office may be under attack,” Coverley said in the statement.

“My response was rooted in my belief that these issues need to be openly discussed in a way that values diversity and law enforcement.”

DAWG SAYS: THOUGH I AM NOT SURE HE CANNOT RESPOND TO A CALL OF NEED,

IT IS AN ACTION-REACTION SITUATION AND I ADMIRE HIS BRASS.