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Saturday, June 05, 2010

Pamela Geller and the SIOA....plagiarism of Regions Bank logo from their SAVE campaign?

SIOA.. plagiarism?


On the left is the SAVE campaign logo from Regions Bank that started last year, 2009. On the right is the SIOA logo that the Directors of SIOA Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer started using April 5th, 2010, see link click here .


Is it just me or do they look a wee bit similar with the same block style capital letters and the same “S” letter at the begining of the 4 letter logo and with two letters stacked upon two other letters and with one letter tilted to the right? Hold on. Wait a minute. The Regions Bank version has a guy riding a bike. Never mind, it’s clearly different.

There are at least 3 Regions Bank Branch locations within 2 miles of the condo linked to Pamela Geller in Fort Lauderdale Fl, the site of her infamous ‘Bikini Vlogs” see video click here, see map for Regions bank locations near the Geller condo, click here… I’m sure Regions Bank is thrilled.

STOP THE ISLAMIZATION OF AMERICA GROUP REFUSED US GOVERNMENT TRADEMARK, BLOGGERS ROBERT SPENCER AND PAMELA GELLER SHUT OUT AGAIN.


A federal agency has rejected a request for a trademark by the organization “Stop Islamization of America” because its name may “disparage” Muslims. The group launched by Atlas Shrugs blogger Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch has drawn national attention for its bus-sign campaign offering support for Muslims who want to leave Islam. CAIR the Muslim ”support” group had called Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller bigots in the Miami Heralad, (The Miami Herald News Miami-Dade).
Now the SIOA group reports the U.S. government has refused its request for a trademark designation for its name.

U.S. TRADEMARK APPLICATION NO. 77940881 – STOP THE ISLAMIZATION OF AMERICA
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The applied-for mark refers to Muslims in a disparaging manner because by definition it implies that conversion or conformity to Islam is something that needs to be stopped or caused to cease. See attached dictionary definition. The proposed mark further disparages Muslims because, taking into account the nature of the services (“providing information regarding understanding and preventing terrorism”), it implies that Islam is associated with violence and threats. See attached dictionary definition.



Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM

Friday, June 04, 2010

NY parole board to release 1973 cop killer Shuaib Adbur Raheem who killed NYPD Stephen Gilroy for what he called a war on injustices against Muslims, was Raheem Black Liberation Army ?


New York State parole board has voted to release a cop-killing kidnapper involved in a 47-hour hostage standoff in Brooklyn in 1973, officials said today. Shuaib Raheem was initially granted parole three years ago in a decision that was later rescinded after it sparked a raft of outrage from the cop’s widow and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.

Shuaib Abdur Raheem converted to Islam in the early 1970s. Cop Killer Shu'aib Adbur Raheem is the former imam of the prison Mosque Sankore at Greenhaven correctional that opened in 1968 and has taught radical Islam since. Shuaib Raheem Black Liberation Army (BLA) member ?

Raheem, now 60, (Muslim convert aka Shu'aib Adbur Raheem ) was informed today that he will be paroled. He is slated to be released on July 8 from the Eastern Correctional Facility in Napanoch, a prison located in upstate Ulster County. The parole board in Albany voted 2-1 to release Raheem. The board had previously denied his request six times.  "Tragically, in the case of this murdering animal, the worst possible decision was made." said PBA President Pat Lynch.  Was Muslim convert Shu'aib Adbur Raheem Black Liberation Army (BLA).


According to a Justice Department report on BLA activity, the Black Liberation Army (cop killers) is suspected of involvement in over 60 incidents of violence between 1970 and 1976. The Fraternal Order of Police blames the BLA for the murders of 13 police officers. On May 21, 1971, as many as five BLA members participated in the shootings of two New York City police officers, Joseph Piagentini and Waverly Jones. Those arrested and brought to trial for the shootings include Anthony Bottom (aka Jalil Muntaqim), Albert Washington, Francisco Torres, Gabriel Torres, and Herman Bell.

Jalil Abdul Muntaqim (formerly Anthony Bottom), his photo above, was 19 years old when he was arrested. He is a former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, held in San Quentin prison in California.

BLA COP KILLER ARRESTED IN PANAMA CITY FL; 8 arrested in 1971 SF cop killing tied to Black Panthers; By MARCUS WOHLSEN, Associated Press Writer Wednesday, January 24, 2007. The hunt for the killers of Sgt. John V. Young seemed plagued by stops and starts before authorities arrested eight men with ties to a militant black power group nearly 36 years after the slaying. On Aug. 29, 1971, two members of the group, armed with guns and dynamite, stormed a police station in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood and fired a shotgun through a hole in the lobby’s bulletproof glass, killing Young, 51, and wounding a civilian clerk carried out by the Black Liberation Army (BLA) the violent offshoot of the Black Panther party..

Authorities said the killing was one in a series of attacks by BLA members on law enforcement officials on both coasts. Carried out between 1968 and 1973, the campaign also included the bombing of a police funeral at a San Francisco church and the slayings of the two New York police officers, as well as three armed bank robberies that helped fund their operations, police said. Seven suspected former BLA members were charged with murder and conspiracy. They are Bell, 59, and Anthony Bottom, 55, both currently incarcerated in New York state; Ray Michael Boudreaux, 64, of Altadena; Richard Brown, 65, of San Francisco; Henry Watson Jones, 71, of Altadena; Francisco Torres, 58, of Queens, New York; and Harold Taylor, 58, of Panama City, Fla.

In another high-profile BLA incident, Joanne Chesimard (aka Assata Shakur), James Coston (aka Zayd Shakur) and Clark Edward Squire (aka Sundiata Acoli) were said to have opened fire on state troopers in New Jersey after being pulled over for a broken taillight. Coston (Shakur) and state trooper Werner Foerster were both killed during the exchange.  The BLA was active in the US until at least 1981 when a New York Brinks truck robbery, conducted with support from Weather Underground members Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, left a guard and two police officers dead. Boudin and Gilbert, along with several BLA members, were subsequently arrested.

The Black Liberation Army (BLA) was a violent, radical group that attempted to fight for independence from the United States government in the late 1960's and early 1970's. The BLA was responsible for the murders of more than 10 police officers around the country. They were also responsible for violent attacks around the country that left many police officers wounded in New York City by the BLA.

Cop Killer Shu'aib Adbur Raheem is the former imam of the prison Mosque Sankore. Founded in 1968, Masjid Sankore became the first recognized Islamic institution in a New York prison.  Masjid Sankore instituted classes in qur’anic instruction and Arabic.

Prisoners throughout the state referred to Green Haven’s prison Mosque Sankore masjid as the “Medina” of the system, (Radical Islam allowed to fester inside the prison walls under cop killer Shu'aib Adbur Raheem).


Raheem was 23 when he and three other young men barged into John & Al's Sporting Goods on Broadway in Williamsburg, see photo above, to steal rifles and ammo from the shelves for what he called a war on injustices against Muslims.  (Shuaib Abdur Raheem converted to Islam in the early 1970s). After Officer Stephen Gilroy was shot in the head, his body stayed inside along with the wounded cops for two days before the men gave themselves up.


Lynch said cop killers should spend the rest of their lives behind bars. "We firmly believe that this demands the incarceration for life for all cop killers regardless of when they were convicted," he said, more from this source...............

NEW YORK STATE...Department of Correctional Services.
Identifying and Location Information
As of 06/04/10 DIN (Department Identification Number) 74A2617
Inmate Name RAHEEM, SHUAIB A.
Sex MALE
Date of Birth 07/22/1949
Race / Ethnicity BLACK
Custody Status IN CUSTODY
Housing Releasing Facility EASTERN
Date Received (Original) 08/08/1974
Date Received (Current) 08/08/1974
Admission Type NEW COMMITMENT
County of Commitment KINGS
Crimes of Conviction
If all 4 crime fields contain data, there may be additional crimes not shown here. In this case, the crimes shown here are those with the longest sentences.
As of 06/04/10 Crime Class;
MURDER (DEG'LESS PRIOR 9-1-74) A1
KIDNAPPING 1ST A1
MANSLAUGHTER 2ND C
ASSAULT 1ST C
Sentence Terms and Release Dates;
As of 06/04/10 Aggregate Minimum Sentence 025 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence LIFE Years, 99 Months, 99 Days
Earliest Release Date 09/2010
Earliest Release Type PAROLE HEARING DATE
Parole Hearing Date 09/2010
Parole Hearing Type RESCISSION HEARING WITH COUNSEL
Parole Eligibility Date 01/18/1998
Maximum Expiration Date LIFE



Raheem, 60, has served 35 years in prison after being convicted of carrying out a spectacular siege at a Brooklyn sporting goods store that left NYPD Officer Stephen Gilroy dead on a cold, rainy night in Williamsburg.


Shu'aib Raheem decided to take the life of one brave cop, who in Raheem's own words, he saw bobbing his head from time to time around the corner of an el pillar. In his testimony, he coldly stated that he sat and simply waited for the cop to stick his head out.


"After carefully sighting in his target, Raheem simply pulled the trigger of the Remington rifle, instantly killing my cousin with one perfectly aimed, premeditated shot to the head," said MIKE KOSZALZA, cousin of Officer Stephen Gilroy.
 
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IHH Turkish charity at centre of Gaza flotilla tied to Hamas and Al-Qaeda and the Millennium bomb plot at LAX and the Radisson Hotel in Amman with Muslim terrorists Ahmed Ressam, Khalil Deek and Adam Gadahn.

ANKARA, Turkey — The Turkish Islamic charity that organized the relief flotilla boarded in a deadly Israeli raid has been accused of supporting radical Islamic groups including Hamas. The Istanbul-based Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief, known by its Turkish acronym IHH, was established in 1995 during the Bosnia war, gradually expanding operations to more than 100 countries.


Its efforts have included taking humanitarian aid such as food and drinking water to Hurricane Katrina survivors in the United States and sponsoring cataract surgery in Africa, spokesman Izzet Sahin told The Associated Press.  Some 400 of the 600 passengers on board the main ship carrying the activists were from Turkey, mostly members of IHH. Most of those killed were Turkish, officials said. Israeli officials have said the charity is merely a front and that the group is has links to al-Qaida and Hamas, more from this source.....

According to a report by the Israeli based Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center, IHH is a “radical Islamic Organization with an anti-Western orientation.” Written by Jonathan Fighel, the report says “besides its legitimate philanthropic activities, it supports radical Islamic networks, including Hamas, and that at least in the past, even global jihad networks.”

U.S. Court documents revealed IHH played “an important role” in the Millennium bomb plot. The Millennium bomb plot was foiled following the arrest of Ahmed Ressam who had planned to bomb the Los Angeles International Airport on Jan 1st 2000, more from this source......

Khalil Deek, his photo above, and Adam Gadahn were members of an al-Qaeda sleeper cell based in Orange County with links to the GIA, an Algerian militant group associated with al-Qaeda, and had reportedly been under investigation by US intelligence since the late 1980s.

Khalil Deek and Hisham Diab formed a charity front called Charity Without Borders that Adam Gadahn worked for (this group received a $75,000 state grant in 1997 to distribute fliers encouraging the recycling of used motor oil).  Intelligence reports that Khalil Deek als had connections to a militant cell based in Montreal, Canada that includes Ahmed Ressam.

Kahil Deek also appears to work in Bosnia for the IHH charity suspected of funneling weapons and new recruits to the Mujaheddin fighting there (see Early 1990s).  In late 1999, Deek will be captured overseas for participation in a planned millennium bombing in Jordan in conjunction with the LAX bombing. Khalil Deek’s name and phone number is found in Ahmed Ressam’s telephone book. Ressam knew Deek from bin Laden training camps in Afghanistan. Both of them, like most of Ressam’s group, have links to the GIA, an Algerian militant group associated with al-Qaeda.
Jordanian officials successfully uncover an al-Qaeda Millennium plot to blow up the Radisson Hotel in Amman, Jordan, and other sites on January 1, 2000. Counterterrorism expert Rita Katz will later say Khalil Deek was a suspected mastermind of Ressam’s Millennium bomb plot at Los Angeles Airport, too.

A Jordanian military court will initially convict 22 of them for participating in planned attacks, sentencing six of them to death, although there will be numerous appeals (see April 2000 and After). In addition to bombing the Radisson Hotel around the start of the millennium, the plan calls for suicide bombings on two border crossings with Israel and a Christian baptism site. Further attacks in Jordan are planned for later. The plotters had already stockpiled the equivalent of 16 tons of TNT, enough to flatten “entire neighborhoods.” [New York Times, 1/15/2001] Key alleged plotters include:
1). Raed Hijazi, a US citizen who is part of a Boston al-Qaeda cell (see June 1995-Early 1999). He will be arrested and convicted in late 2000 (see September 2000 and October 2000). [New York Times, 1/15/2001]

2). Khalid Deek, who is also a US citizen and part of an Anaheim, California al-Qaeda cell. He will be arrested in Pakistan and deported to Jordan, but strangely he will released without going to trial.

3). Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. He will later be a notorious figure in the Iraq war starting in 2003. [Washington Post, 10/3/2004]

4). Luai Sakra. The Washington Post will later say he “played a role” in the plot, though he is never charged for it. Sakra apparently is a CIA informant before 9/11, perhaps starting in 2000 (see 2000). [Washington Post, 2/20/2006]

Following this weekend's tragic Israeli raid on a flotilla of vessels sponsored by the Turkish Muslim charitable group Insani Yardim Vakfi (IHH), which was attempting to break the ongoing blockade on Gaza, the group has jumped into the headlines. During the trial of attempted Millennium bomber Ahmed Ressam, noted French counterterrorism magistrate Jean-Louis Bruguiere took the stand and testified that IHH had played “[a]n important role” in Ressam's bomb plot targeting LAX. Under repeated questioning, Bruguiere insisted that “[t]here’s a rather close relation”: "The IHH is an NGO, but it was kind of a type of cover-up… in order to obtain forged documents and also to obtain different forms of infiltration for Mujahideen in combat. And also to go and gather [recruit] these Mujahideens. And finally, one of the last responsibilities that they had was also to be implicated or involved in weapons trafficking."

The Istanbul-based Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief, known by its Turkish acronym IHH, was established in 1995 during the Bosnia war, gradually expanding operations to more than 100 countries.  Israeli officials have said the charity is merely a front and that the group is has links to al-Qaida and Hamas. Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said in a press conference on Monday that: “the armada of hate and violence in support of Hamas terror organization was a premeditated and outrageous provocation. “The organizers are well-known for their ties with global jihad, al-Qaida and Hamas. They have a history of arms smuggling and deadly terror.


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Barry Walter Bujol, Jr. of Hempstead, Texas Indicted for Attempting to Provide Material Support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula he links to Anwar al-Aulaqi aka Anwar al-Awlaki and the New Jersey State Police.

For Immediate Release, June 3, 2010 United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of Texas Contact: (713) 567-9000 ...HOUSTON—A federal grand jury in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas returned an indictment today charging Barry Walter Bujol, Jr., with attempting to provide material support to a designated terrorist organization and aggravated identity theft, U.S. Attorney José Angel Moreno and FBI Houston Special Agent in Charge Richard C. Powers announced today.


“Protecting the American public from the threat of terrorism, both international and home-grown, is the highest priority of the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas,” said U.S. Attorney Moreno. “Proactive investigative efforts and cooperation between the myriad of federal, state and local agencies involved was critical to this case. Continued vigilance to uncover terrorist activity by law enforcement at all levels, including the recruitment of U.S. citizens, is essential to our efforts in preventing this type of activity.”


The indictment charges Bujol, 29, a U.S. citizen and resident of Hempstead, Texas, with attempting to provide material support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in the form of personnel, currency, pre-paid telephone calling cards, mobile telephone SIM cards, global positioning system receivers, public access-restricted U.S. military publications, including one involving unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operations and another involving the effects of U.S. military weapon systems in operations in Afghanistan, as well as a military-issue compass and other materials. The maximum statutory penalty for this offense is 15 years in prison.


The second count of the two-count indictment charges Bujol with aggravated identity theft, alleging that in furtherance of the material support to a designated terrorist organization charge, he possessed and used a false government-issued identification card. The maximum statutory penalty for this offense is five years in prison, which must be served consecutive to any sentence imposed on other counts.


The charges resulted from a long-term investigation that culminated on May 30, 2010, when Bujol boarded a ship docked at a Houston-area port. According to court documents unsealed today, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force began investigating Bujol in 2008 and determined he had been communicating via e-mail with Anwar al-Aulaqi, a known associate and propagandist for AQAP. Among other things, the court documents allege that Al-Aulaqi had provided Bujol with a document entitled “42 Ways of Supporting Jihad,” and that Bujol had asked Al-Aulaqi for advice on how to provide money to the “mujahideen” overseas. In addition, Bujol made three unsuccessful attempts during February and March 2009 to depart the country and travel overseas to Yemen or the Middle East, according to the court documents.


Beginning in November 2009, the FBI introduced into the investigation a confidential human source (CHS) whom Bujol believed to be an AQAP operative. Over the ensuing months, the court documents allege, Bujol repeatedly expressed to the CHS his desire to travel overseas to fight in violent jihad for AQAP. The CHS provided Bujol with a false identification card provided by the FBI bearing Bujol’s photograph. Bujol used this card to gain access to the secure area of the port with the alleged intention of boarding a ship bound for the Middle East. Afterwards, the CHS gave Bujol currency, pre-paid telephone calling cards, mobile telephone SIM cards, global positioning system receivers, public access-restricted U.S. military publications, including one involving UAV operations and another involving the effects of U.S. military weapon systems in operations in Afghanistan, as well as a military-issue compass and other materials, which Bujol had allegedly agreed to courier to notional AQAP operatives in a Middle Eastern country. Shortly after Bujol boarded the ship with the material, FBI agents arrested him.


U.S. Magistrate Judge Stacey has ordered related search warrants for Bujol’s apartment at the Pine Meadows Apartments in Hempstead, Texas, and for his laptop computer unsealed today. Those search warrants were executed on May 30, 2010, as well. The United States has asked the court to hold Bujol in federal custody without bond pending trial. A hearing on the government’s motion is set for Tuesday, June 8, 2010, at 2:00 p.m.


“This arrest is a sobering reminder of the threat we continue to face,” said Special Agent in Charge Powers. “It remains the FBI’s overriding priority to predict and prevent terrorist attacks, at home and abroad.”


This investigation was a joint effort and could not have been as effective without the participation, support and assistance of the following agencies: U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Texas; Department of Justice, Counterterrorism Section; FBI Houston Office; FBI Bryan Resident Agency Joint Terrorism Task Force, which includes the Brazos County Sheriff's Office, College Station Police Department, Bryan Police Department, Texas A&M Police Department, Waller County Sheriff’s Office, and U.S. Secret Service. We are also grateful for the investigative and operational assistance provided by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Coast Guard Investigative Service, Houston Police Department, U.S. Department of Agriculture - Office of Inspector General, Prairie View A&M University Department of Public Safety, and the New Jersey State Police.

By DANE SCHILLER..HOUSTON CHRONICLE..June 4, 2010, 12:34AM. Barry Walter Bujol Jr. claimed he was just a window washer, but a federal grand jury on Thursday accused the 29-year-old of attempting to provide al-Qaida terrorists with global positioning instruments, cell phones and a restricted publication on the effects of U.S. military weapons in Afghanistan.

According to court records, the tall, bearded Bujol was arrested by federal agents at the Port of Houston while boarding a ship bound for the Middle East. Bujol, a U.S. citizen, was shackled at the waist and ankles when he appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Frances Stacy, who ordered him to remain in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service.


“This arrest is a sobering reminder of the threat we continue to face,” said Richard Powers, head of the FBI's Houston division. “It remains the FBI's overriding priority to predict and prevent terrorist attacks, at home and abroad.”


Authorities also searched Bujol's home at the Pine Meadows Apartments in Hemp­stead. He said little in court; his attorney could not be reached immediately after the hearing.


The FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force began investigating Bujol in 2008 and determined he was sending e-mail to Anwar al-Aulaqi, a known associate and propagandist for al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, according to prosecutors.


Al-Aulaqi provided him with a document titled “42 Ways of Supporting Jihad.” Bujol also allegedly sought al-Aulaqi for advice on how to provide money to the muja­hedeen overseas. Al-Aulaqi is the native-born U.S. citizen who exchanged e-mail with the suspect in the 2009 Fort Hood shootings, Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan.


In addition, Bujol made three unsuccessful attempts during February and March 2009 to leave the country and travel to Yemen or elsewhere in the Middle East, according to court documents. The indictment lists 11 names for Bujol, including Pat, Paul, Michael, Abu ABudha Al Farnasi and Abu Najya.


He is accused of knowingly attempting to provide material support or resources to al-Qaida, including personnel, currency, prepaid phone cards, mobile telephone SIM cards and global positioning systems.


Prosecutors said he also attempted to provide restricted publications that detailed not only aspects of U.S. military systems, but described unmanned vehicles as well.


“Protecting the American public from the threat of terrorism, both international and home-grown, is the highest priority of the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Texas,” said Jose Angel Moreno, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Texas.


FBI enlists informant;  As federal authorities did not take questions, it is not known how Bujol first came to their attention, what steps he allegedly took to transport the goods to al-Qaida, or whether any of those items were procured in the Houston area. Also unknown at this point is how Bujol is alleged to have made his initial contact with al-Qaida.


Beginning in November 2009, the FBI brought a confidential informant into the investigation — someone whom Bujol allegedly believed was an al-Qaida operative, according to prosecutors.


Over the next few months, Bujol repeatedly said he was willing to travel overseas to fight for al-Qaida. The person working for the FBI provided him with a fake identification card that Bujol would use to get into the port in order to board a ship bound for the Middle East.


Bujol and his wife, Ernestine Johnson, are also charged with fraud in connection with an alleged conspiracy to obtain housing subsidies, court records show. In 2009, Bujol claimed to make just $75 a week working part-time as a window washer at what authorities contend was a bogus company established in his name. Johnson said she survived on money sent from the family.


Accused of rent scam; Because of the low income he claimed, Bujol secured subsidies that lowered the couple's rent to just $6 per month, instead of the usual $715, according to an affidavit filed in federal court.


At one point, Bujol allegedly was using the Social Security number of a man who had been killed in a car accident in Louisiana in 2001. The FBI said it started keeping tabs on Bujol in 2009 with a camera hidden outside the couple's apartment, and never saw evidence that he had gainful employment.
Case alleges Texas man communicated with al-Awlaki ..Associated Press



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Hookers Swipe Staten Island Yankees Coach Patrick Daneker World Series Ring In Tampa Fl Motel Room, Pawn Shop BOLO.

The pitching coach for the Staten Island Yankees reportedly had his 2009 World Series ring and two cellphones stolen after he cavorted with two prostitutes in a Tampa motel room.

Patrick Daneker, 34, was boozing it up with fellow Yankee minor league instructor Carlos Chantres Sunday at the Blue Martini Bar -- where Tiger Woods has been known to prowl -- when they met up with two young ladies of the night that Chantres allegedly knew, CBS/Channel 10 of Tampa reported yesterday.


Daneker left the watering hole and got into a cab with the two women -- described by the motel clerk as wearing "short mini-skirts" -- and headed back to his room at the Holiday Inn Express at around 3 a.m., the station said. When they arrived, Daneker, who is married, was seen getting cash from an ATM in the motel, according to a police report.

About 15 minutes later, the two women left the motel and Daneker stayed in his room, the clerk told police. The hotel employee said the women were "5 feet 9 inches, with thin builds and small features," the station reported.


At around 4 a.m., Daneker told the clerk he had been robbed. Daneker acknowledged to authorities that he was "extremely intoxicated" and that he "messed around" with the two women, the station said, more from this source......
Tampa, Florida - A night out on the town in Rays territory ends up with a New York Yankees minor league pitching coach missing his World Series Championship ring, along with his Yankees-issued cell phone.


Tampa Police say 33-year-old Patrick Daneker, his photo above with his wife, was out at the Blue Martini Bar in Tampa on May 30th with another coach, Carlos Chantrez. According to an incident report, Daneker and Chantrez had drinks in the club and met up with two young women that Chantrez allegedly knew.

Police say Daneker ended up with the two women who were wearing "short mini skirts" in his hotel room at the Holiday Inn Express at 4750 North Dale Mabry Road in room 125.  The clerk described the women as "black females, five feet nine inches tall, with thin builds and small features."   Daneker claims they "messed around," according to the police report, more from this source....




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Thursday, June 03, 2010

Thank You BP Oil, Tony Hayward and Barack Obama For Destroying Our Beaches, Oil's Gruesome Toll On Birds Slowly Emerging, You Bastards.

Images and reports of oil-drenched wildlife that's dead or slowly dying are starting to emerge. At least one cleanup workers alleges that BP is trying to keep such disturbing pictures out of the public eye.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that 522 dead birds have been found along the Gulf Coast. At least 38 were oiled, 365 do not show any visible oil and the remaining 119 are unclassified.


BP CEO Tony Hayward 'I'd Like My Life Back.'  So far 82 oiled birds have been rescued — 63 in Louisiana, 10 in Alabama, eight in Florida and one in Mississippi. CBS News has gut-wrenching video of oil-covered birds in distress, including the brown pelican, Louisiana's state bird, which for many years was on the Endangered Species List.


An unidentified cleanup worker took a New York Daily News reporter on a clandestine tour of the hidden wildlife carnage in Louisiana, accusing the BP of keeping the media at bay.
"There is a lot of coverup for BP. They specifically informed us that they don't want these pictures of the dead animals. They know the ocean will wipe away most of the evidence. It's important to me that people know the truth about what's going on here," the contractor said. "The things I've seen: They just aren't right. All the life out here is just full of oil. I'm going to show you what BP never showed the president."

After checking that he was unobserved, he motored out to Queen Bess barrier island, known to the locals as Bird Island.

The grasses by the shore were littered with tarred marine life, some dead and others struggling under a thick coating of crude.

"When you see some of the things I've seen, it would make you sick," the contractor said. "No living creature should endure that kind of suffering."

Queen Bess Island was the first place where fledglings were born when the beloved, endangered Louisiana brown pelicans were reintroduced in the 1970s. Their population rebounded and was finally declared stabilized in 2002.


Now their future is once again in doubt. In what had been such an important hatchery, hundreds of pelicans — their white heads stained black — stood sentinel. They seemed slow and lethargic.


More oil-soaked birds arrived at cleaning stations today, as Louisiana officials continued to patrol the marshes and beaches, more from this source..........


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GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER More Bad Press for Pamela Geller, English Defence League (EDL) new wave of extremists plotting summer of unrest based around existing football hooligan networks and links to anti-Islam group Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) New York.



The English Defence League sprang up in Luton last year in reaction to a demonstration by a small extreme Islamist group during a homecoming parade by the Royal Anglian Regiment.

Since then this chaotic organisation – based largely around existing football groups and hooligan networks – has mobilised thousands of people against what it terms "Islamic extremism".  In telephone conversations and face-to-face meetings, members of the EDL's secretive leadership team repeatedly told the Guardian that the group is not racist and just wants to "peacefully protest against militant Islam".

But at each demonstration I attended while making an undercover film for the Guardian's investigative film unit, Guardian Films, I was confronted by casual – often brutal – racism, a widespread hatred of Muslims and often the threat of violence.

It was only possible to film some of the most alarming scenes with a hidden camera. Inside a pub in Stoke in January about 3,000 EDL supporters gathered for the first demonstration of the year. They had spent the past four hours drinking. The balcony around the top of the cavernous pub was draped in flags bearing the names of different football clubs – Wolves, Newcastle, Aston Villa – and the chants "We all hate Muslims" and "Muslim bombers off our streets" filled the air.

The atmosphere was tense, and not just because of the growing anti-Islamic rhetoric. The pub was packed with rival football gangs from across the Midlands and the north of England. Twice, fighting broke out as old rivalries failed to be subdued by the new enemy – Islam. "They're just kids," said one man. "That is not what we are here for today."

As we moved outside for the EDL protest – during which supporters became involved in violent clashes with the police – a woman asked me for a donation to support the "heroes coming back injured from Afghanistan". I put a pound in the bucket. "Thanks love," she said. "They go over there and fight for this country and then come back to be faced with these Pakis everywhere." She paused, before adding: "But to be honest it is the niggers I can't stand."

"Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) New York Director and blogger Robert Spencer advertises his "Jihad Watch" blog on the English Defense League (EDL) website, see their website click here, his ad is at the bottom of the EDL website page, no figures available on how much Robert Spencer is paying the EDL for the ad."


This kind of casual racism is not hard to find on EDL demonstrations. The Guardian has also identified a number of known rightwing extremists who are taking an interest the movement – from convicted football hooligans to members of violent rightwing splinter groups. The EDL says it is doing what it can to keep them away but acknowledged their influence.



"At previous events, we have had far-right groups like Combat 18 turning up," the EDL's self-proclaimed leader, who uses the pseudonym Tommy Robinson, said in a local newspaper interview. "It's naive to guarantee no violence."



Nick Lowles, of the anti-fascist group Searchlight, says these groups have a growing – and dangerous – influence.  "What we are seeing is more organised fringe elements – the National Front, old networks of Combat 18 people and members of the BNP – who are getting involved specifically to try and use the EDL to spark serious disorder," says Lowles. "This is a serious development; we just need one of these demonstrations to go wrong – for there to be a serious incident – and it won't just lead to disorder in Dudley, Bolton or wherever, it will spread to towns and cities across the country."  

However, these efforts appear to be part of tentative steps by the EDL to expand its reach beyond its street demonstrations. In March a delegation of activists travelled to Berlin to take part in an anti-Islam rally in support of far-right anti-immigrant Dutch politician Geert Wilders, his photo above.

It is also forging tentative links with the US anti-Islam group Stop the Islamification of America (SIOA run by Pameal Geller her photo above), whose New York demonstration was advertised on the EDL website in April, follow up story on SIOA and Pamela Geller in the works,  more from this source............


Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) New York is run by radical right wing bikini blogger Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer.  Right Wing Radical Groups SIOE- SIOA- EDL -Vlaams Belang links to Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller, it’s all about the money.  In 2007, Robert Spencer, his photo above, spoke at a so-called “Counterjihad Brussels” conference in Belgium attended by those with links to far-right parties such as Filip Dewinter of Vlaams Belang (Belgium) and Ted Ekeroth of Sverigedemokraterna (Sweden). Both parties have been accused of either having a racist platform a neo-Nazi past or having links to neo-Nazis and other racists.


English Defence League: Inside the violent world of Britain's new far right, Undercover Guardian investigation reveals plan by English Defence League to hit racially sensitive areas in attempt to provoke disorder over summer.  Undercover footage shot by the Guardian reveals the English Defence League, which has staged a number of violent protests in towns and cities across the country this year, EDL is planning to "hit" Bradford and the London borough of Tower Hamlets as it intensifies its street protests.


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Curvy Debrahlee Lorenzana, Her Photos, Too Hot for Citibank Is Fired She Files Lawsuit.

Debrahlee Lorenzana Can’t Help It If She’s Not ‘Short, Overweight,’ and Boring Like the Other Women at Citigroup in New York. 


Debrahlee Lorenzana is filing a lawsuit against Citibank because they fired her, she says, for the strangest reason: she's too hot, at 5' 5" tall and 125 lbs Debrahlee Lorenzana is a head turner.

"Where I'm from," she told the Village Voice, "women dress up—like put on makeup and do their nails—to go to the supermarket... I was raised very Latin. We're feminine. A woman in Puerto Rico takes care of herself."
Her bosses told her that "as a result of the shape of her figure, such clothes were purportedly 'too distracting' for her male colleagues and supervisors to bear," she says, more from this source...



Last summer, Lorenzana was fired from a job she'd held at the Chrysler Building branch of Citigroup after, she says, she was warned repeatedly that her clothes were too distracting, tight, and inappropriate.
But in her lawsuit against the bank, Lorenzana says that the bank was merely discriminating against her for her God-given good looks, her Latina heritage and for the fact that she was a sexy, proud woman in general. To make these points, she repeatedly disses her female colleagues.


For instance, she points out, her outfits were nothing compared to the ones worn by other women in the building. When a colleague gently suggested that her pants were too tight, she tells the Voice, she fought back, saying, "If you want to talk about inappropriate clothes, go downstairs and look at some of the tellers!"
"It's so tiring," Lorenzana tells the Voice. "My entire life, I've been dealing with this. I couldn't take it anymore!" Thankfully, she appears to be in capable hands. Her lawyer, Jack Tuckner, "had a professional photographer shoot her in various work outfits in his office near Wall Street" as part of a lawsuit. That will show them, more from this source.................



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Facebook Being Cited In More Divorces, Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner Confirms And Adds There Is Also a Dangerous Side.

Not Only Betrayed Spouses Find Infidelity Evidence, Is Facebook helping to tear down marriages that were "solid as a rock?" A new survey of some of the nation's top divorce lawyers found more clients are coming to court armed with Facebook evidence.


"More and more I have clients coming in and I say, 'What are you here today?' And they say, 'Facebook,'" Divorce attorney Mary Cay Trace said, "You can now search beyond your neighbors and your co-workers if you're trying to find somebody to replace what you think is missing in your marriage."


A mother of two showed us via Skype Internet love notes posted between her husband and an old grade-school flame he reconnected with on Facebook. Within months, 13 years of marriage were over. Her husband's new woman also ended her own marriage. The families had two children each, more from this source...
As a private investigator in the Sarasota area for over 16 years, I, Bill Warner, can confirn that Facebook is the root cause of the vast majority of my matrimonial infidelity cases, especially in the 30 to 48 year age bracket, see link http://www.wbipi.com/

When I get a call from a woman who feels that her husband is cheating the first thing I do is search out the man's name on Facebook for his photo and view who posts on his wall the most.
Divorces From Social Media Sites Like Facebook on the Rise. Facebook has become one of the most popular social networking sites used by individuals all over the globe. Facebook is a great host for people who want to connect with friends, meet new people or even do business with. However, Facebook is also associated with a lot of relationship issues such as breakups and third-parties. 

Statistics from illicitencounters.com and other legal studies show that divorce and Facebook are significantly correlated with increased flirting and illicit online affairs. In a study conducted by a law firm, out of 5,436 divorce cases a total of up to 1,087 cases cited that illicit affairs started with the social networking site Facebook.



The Facebook networking site offers great communication features such as instant chat capabilities and easy friend adding system. One can virtually meet new people from the site all over the world. Facebook is also an avenue for meeting Ex-boyfriends or Ex-girlfriends where passion is likely to be rekindled due to their meeting on Facebook.


People flirt on Facebook generally by going online and trying to chat with people to make friends and eventually see each other for a date. Cheating occurs on Facebook all the time as you can see how engaged and even married guys view and flirt through comments on other women̢۪s wall or pictures. A recent study has in fact shown that 60% of surveyed individuals find Facebook photos a good evidence for divorce cases, more from this source.....


Then there is the The dangerous side of online dating, by Gretchen Peters, Foreign Correspondent, June 07. 2009 11:27PM UAE.


PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA With as many as 40 million single Americans using online dating services or web-networking sites such as MySpace (and Facebook) to look for love, it would seem that there has never been an easier time to find a soulmate online. But experts, law enforcement officials and private investigators warn that the world of internet romance is fraught with peril, ranging from liars to sexual predators and even murderers, who hide their motives behind seemingly innocuous virtual identities.

The numbers are worrisome – and horror stories abound. In February, MySpace was forced to cancel 90,000 accounts on its site that authorities revealed were linked to registered sex offenders. It was a fraction of the 130 million users of the site, but a significant percentage of the more than one million registered sex offenders in the United States.

In April a Boston medical student, Philip Markoff, dubbed the “Craigslist killer” by the media, was arrested and changed with murdering a masseuse who advertised on the popular website’s erotic services section. Two months later Craigslist was hit with another scandal when it emerged that a North Carolina man used the site to hire a man to rape his wife while the husband watched.


Bill Warner, a Florida private investigator who offers on his website to “sort out the winners from the losers” for a flat fee of US$169 (Dh620), says running background checks on potential internet dates now constitutes more than 50 per cent of his business, see link http://www.wbipi.com/



“Usually the problem is that the man is married or he turns out to be one of these crazy stalker people like KHALIM007 above that follows a woman for months,” Bill Warner said in a telephone interviewIn many cases, Mr Warner said he would discover that men had joined a site using a false name, a prepaid, throwaway cell phone and a phoney e-mail address from free services such as Yahoo or Hotmail.

There are a lot of people out there who get jazzed up by disguising themselves,” Bill Warner said, adding that nearly 100 per cent of his cases involved women being victimised by men. But True.com is one of the few online dating websites to actually run background checks on its members, even though a recent survey found that a majority of people visiting online dating sites believed that most did.


“It’s shameful because it lulls women into a false sense of security,” said Mr Warner. “You get young naive women or the over-50 year olds who are recently divorced, they are often excited about meeting a new man and they make easy prey.  In some instances, the first date ends in violence. Last October, for example, police in Minnesota charged a 39-year-old man with raping a woman he met through the internet, after he slipped drugs into her drink that caused her to pass out.


In other cases, the motive is financial. Police in Tampa, Florida last January arrested a Tennessee man who was wanted for swindling a woman he met online out of tens of thousands of dollars and leasing a Mercedes in her name that he wrecked, leaving her with more than $60,000 in liabilities.


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