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Saturday, June 06, 2015

Binghamton Cop Killer David Sweat Escapes From Not So Super Max Clinton Correctional Prison in Dannemora NY, What The Hell?


(L) David Sweat; (R) Richard Matt.

UPDATE: Cops think that escaped murderers David Sweat, 34, and Richard Matt, 48 might have left NY State and headed to nearby Vermont. Last supposed sighting of these two dirtbags was in Willsboro, N.Y. near the Vermont border. Though investigators have reason to believe the men may have entered Vermont, the manhunt is still on in New York. Police were searching homes in Dannemora and Willsboro, N.Y., where authorities received a tip that the men may have been spotted. My guess is that they might be headed for the Bennington VT area, lot of like minded ex-cons in Bennington VT. 

Willsboro, N.Y. to Bennington VT, 2 h 49 min (140.9 mivia US-7 S.
(WBNG Binghamton) New York State Police are on the hunt for two convicted killers who escaped from prison in Clinton County. One of the men, David Sweat, gunned down a Broome County Sheriff's deputy in 2002. David Sweat, 34, and Richard Matt, 48, are both considered to be a danger to the public. Sweat is described as a white male, 5 feet 11 inches tall, 165 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. He has tattoos on his left bicep and his right fingers. Sweat pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree after shooting and killing Deputy Sheriff Kevin J. Tarsia in Kirkwood NY on July 4, 2002.


The Shawshank Redemption Redux: “A search revealed that here was a hole cut out of the back of the cell through which these inmates escaped,” Annucci said. “They went onto a catwalk which is about 6 stories high. We estimate they climbed down and had power tools and were able to get out to this facility through tunnels, cutting away at several spots.”


July 8th, 2002.....TOWN OF CHENANGO, N.Y. -- Three men were arrested Saturday in connection with Thursday's shooting death of Broome County sheriff's Deputy Kevin J. Tarsia.  Jeffrey A. Nabinger Jr. and David Sweat, both 22, were charged with first-degree murder, a felony. Shawn J. Devaul, 23, was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a felony. Nabinger and Sweat shot Tarsia 15 times around 4 a.m., Broome Sheriff David E. Harder said. Devaul was "a non-active participant in the murder" as he watched the shooting armed with a gun, Harder said. Tarsia, 36, was shot, then run over by a car in Grange Hall Park in Kirkwood, Harder said. Police developed information that led them to Nabinger, Sweat and Devaul from a source who learned about the shooting, Harder said. The sheriff declined to elaborate on who contacted police or what information that person provided.


NOT SO SUPER MAX: Clinton Correctional Facility prison is sometimes referred to as "New York's Siberia" due to the cold climate in Dannemora and the isolation of the area. It is the largest maximum security prison and the third oldest prison in New York.


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Friday, June 05, 2015

BAND OF WARNER BROTHERS FROM BINGHAMTON NY AT D-DAY INVASION OF NORMANDY WITH 82nd AIRBORNE 6/06/44


Binghamton Press Article Published February 26th, 2007....BAND OF WARNER BROTHERS AT D-DAY INVASION OF NORMANDY & STE.-MERE-EGLISE JUNE 6TH 1944 WITH THE 82ND AIRBORNE; Last of city's WWII 'band of brothers' dies, 3 of 4 Warners were DIRECTLY involved in the D-Day invasion. 
D-DAY James Warner, Robert Warner, Harry Warner & William Warner. By William Moyer Press & Sun-Bulletin Binghamton NY: James, Robert, Harry and William Warner were literally a military "band of brothers. " The four sons of Harry J. and Katherine Warner grew up at 93 Schubert St. on Binghamton's West Side. After graduation from high school, all the brothers enlisted in the armed services and served in World War II; three were involved in the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944. Like so many World War II veterans, though, members of the local "band of brothers" have all gone to graveyards, every one.

U.S. Coast Guard veteran William Warner, who was the youngest and last surviving of the male siblings, died Feb. 18 2007 at his home in Dearborn, Mich., a family member said. He graduated from Binghamton Central High in 1943 and was a retired executive with the Ford Motor Co. William, 82, was one of two Warner brothers who settled elsewhere after World War II. Harry, also a Binghamton Central High graduate who died 11 months ago, moved to Dallas after he got married. James, the oldest brother, who died in 1991, and Robert came home to Binghamton after the war. At one time, James worked for Koehler Manufacturing Co., and Robert, who died in 1995, was a U.S. Postal Service employee. As each Warner brother died through the years -- added to the deaths of all World War II veterans who are buried at a rate of 1,500 a day -- the curtain continued to drop on an entire generation that changed culture and society after America's defining war.


"Their legacy is dying with them," said Brian Vojtisek, who is Broome County's director of Veterans Services. "Their stories are dwindling down to footnotes in history." In its most recent report in late 2006, the U.S. Census reported 3.9million living World War II veterans, out of 16 million who served between Dec. 1, 1941, and Dec. 31, 1946. The average age of living World War II vets is 83. In 13 years, the number of living World War II vets is expected to drop to 283,000.


 
A SILENT GENERATION; Despite their honorable service records, the Warner brothers carried their combat experiences to their graves, said Robert's son, Bill Warner,(private investigator) 59, of Sarasota, Fla. "Not one of them ever told me anything about it," said Bill Warner now a Sarasota Fl Private Investigator, who graduated from Binghamton North High School. "Not a word. Forget about it; it was something they had to do. They did it; that was it."  That's not unusual for combat veterans, said Vojtisek, especially the World War II generation,"You don't hear specific stories about how horrific their experiences were. It's locked in the back of their minds," he said."For that generation, that was how many of them dealt with it.

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The first time Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner watched the movie "Saving PrivateRyan," he understood why it was difficult for his father and uncles to talk about their war time experiences."When I saw the movie, I was stunned. I just never knew what it was all about or what they had to deal with or exactly how horrible it was," said Private Investigator Bill Warner, who worked for Warehouse Carpet when he lived in Johnson City NY, before moving to Sarasota Fl in 1988.


"I wish they would have talked about it. "The movie, directed by Steven Spielberg, chronicled an Army rescue mission to find paratrooper Pvt. James Ryan and send him home after three of his brothers were killed in combat. Unlike the fictional Mrs. Ryan in the movie, Katherine Warner did not lose any sons in combat. Katherine, a house wife, kept four Blue stars in the front window of the family's Schubert Street home to wait for her sons' return. She and her husband, Harry, who worked for Endicott Johnson Shoe Corp., also had a daughter, Mary Ann Warner, who was a registered nurse. Harry died in the mid-1960s; Katherine lived in the Schubert Street house until the mid-1970s when she moved to a nursing home.



AT WAR AND HOME; Robert, William and Harry Warner were involved in the D-Day invasion of Normandy. James Warner probably arrived in the war zone sometime after the initial assault on a Hospital ship. From air and sea, Allied troops invaded Normandy's beaches on June 6, 1944, with 5,300 ships, nearly 11,000 airplanes, about 50,000 military vehicles and 154,000 troops. The strategy was to establish five beachheads as gateways into the German-occupied territory. The assault eventually opened Western Europe to Allied forces and turned the tide against Adolf Hitler.

With two combat assaults under its belt, the 82nd Airborne Division was now ready for the most ambitious airborne operation of the war so far, as part of Operation Neptune, the invasion of Normandy. The 82nd Airborne Division conducted Operation Boston, part of the airborne assault phase of the Overlord plan. In preparation for the operation, the division was reorganized. Due to a need for integrating replacement troops, rest, and refitting following the fighting in Italy, the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment was not assigned to the division for the invasion. Two new parachute infantry regiments, the 507th and the 508th, were attached to provide it, along with the 505th, a three-parachute infantry regiment punch. 


On June 5, 1944 (just hours before midnight) and June 6, 1944, these paratroopers, parachute artillery elements, and the 319th and 320th Glider Field Artillery Battalions, boarded hundreds of transport planes and gliders to begin the largest airborne assault in history.

In the early hours of June 6, 1944, paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division, All American (AA) dropped into Ste.-Mère-Église, a town of 1,500 astride a road network a few miles from the invasion sector called Utah Beach. Their mission was to block German troops from attacking the American infantrymen arriving at dawn in the vanguard of the D-Day invasion. By about 4:30 a.m., the paratroopers had seized the town, and Lt. Col. Edward Krause of the 505th Parachute Infantry raised an American flag outside the town hall.  * Paratrooper Army Pvt. Robert Warner, who was in his early 20s at the time, landed in Normandy (Ste.- Mere- Eglise) with the 507th Parachute Infantry (82nd Airborne). He had enlisted in April 1942 after graduation from the former St. Patrick Academy High School in Binghamton. A newspaper story reported him as getting injured in combat, although his injuries were not life-threatening.

* Paratrooper Robert Warner of the 82nd Airborne Division, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) received the "American Service Medal", the "Distinguished Unit Badge", the "European African Middle Eastern Service Medal" and a "Purple Heart" on March 24th, 1945 at Rhineland "Operation Varsity" Jump.

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Paratrooper Robert Warner of the 82nd Airborne Division, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) made 3 combat parachute drops, Normandy "Operation Neptune", Netherlands "Operation Market Garden" Ardenes which led into the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardenes Forest and the final combat jump, Rhineland "Operation Varsity" at the Wars end on March 24th, 1945 when he was wounded in combat.

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Private Investigator Bill Warner remembered his father, Robert Warner, as a sports fan. "He was very sports-minded, a big Yankees fan, a big-time golfer," he said."When he was older, he was still shooting in the low 80s."


* During the invasion, Seaman William (Bill) Warner was stationed on a Coast Guard cutter in the English Channel. The cutter and crew helped rescue Allied troops during the critical days of the invasion, according to a newspaper story in August 1944. William was in his late teens at the time. After the war, he graduated from Binghamton University in 1951. He had attended Binghamton Central at the same time as science fiction writer Rod Serling.

* Like his brother Robert, Harry Warner was also in his early 20s at the time of Normandy. Harry was a petty officer aboard a Navy destroyer that guarded Allied vessels from Nazi U-boats. After the war, he returned to Binghamton and married Elizabeth Ann Brink in November 1956. The wedding drew a lot of newspaper attention -- even a pre-nuptial story about the attendants and the color scheme. The bride was the daughter of Broome County Judge Robert O. Brink. The couple moved to Dallas where Harry became an executive with the Equitable Life Insurance Co.

* Army Lt. James Warner was the first of the brothers to enlist. He began active duty on April 23, 1941, and served in England for 14 months with the Army Medical Corps. James, who was in his late 20s at the time of the D-Day invasion, probably arrived in the war zone after the initial assault. While he lived in the Binghamton area after the war, James once headed the Chamber of Commerce's Business-Industry-Education program that connected high school students with local business and corporate leaders for a real-world learning experience. "They are all gone now," Private Investigator Bill Warner said. "An era has ended".  82nd Airborne Paratrooper Robert Warner died in Sarasota Fl, he is buried in Sarasota Memorial Park on Rte 41.



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Wednesday, June 03, 2015

ISIS Inspired Terrorist Usaama Rahim See Photo Killed By Cops in Boston He Had Been a Licensed Security Officer in Miami.

Isn't that just like dumb Muslim terrorist, he brings a knife to a gunfight. BOSTON (AP) --Police said they have video showing a man who was under 24-hour surveillance by terrorism investigators lunging with a knife at a Boston police officer and an FBI agent before he was shot and killed - an account his brother has disputed (who was nowhere near the incident). Police Commissioner William Evans said members of the Joint Terrorism Task Force approached Usaama Rahim in the city's Roslindale neighborhood Tuesday morning to question him about "terrorist-related information" when he went at officers with a large military-style knife. Boston voter registration records for Usaama Rahim list him as a student. 



(CNN)Usaamah Rahim, who was fatally shot after waving a military knife at law enforcement officers in Boston, was originally plotting to behead Pamela Geller, an activist and conservative blogger, law enforcement sources told CNN on Wednesday.
 

Records indicate that as recently as two years ago he was licensed as a security officer in Miami, but they don't specify in what capacity, his Florida security officer license number is D1120705 and is currently under review. Yusufi Vali, executive director of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, said the center's security firm hired Rahim as a security guard for a month in mid-2013. Vali said Rahim did not regularly pray at the center and did not volunteer there or serve in any leadership positions.


Late Tuesday, the FBI arrested a man in connection with the case. Christina DiIorio-Sterling, a spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, said David Wright was taken into custody at his home in suburban Everett. The Boston Globe reported, citing a law enforcement official with knowledge of the case, that the charges against Wright will related to an alleged plot to kill a member of law enforcement. She said Wright will face federal charges and is expected to appear in court Wednesday. DiIorio-Sterling wouldn't specify the charges, but confirmed they're related to the Rahim investigation.  He said authorities knew Rahim "had some extremism as far as his views," but he would not confirm media reports that Rahim had been radicalized by online propaganda by the Islamic State group.




NOW THE MUSLIM LIES START: Evans said the officers didn't have their guns drawn when they approached Rahim. He said the video shows Rahim "coming at officers" while they were backing away. That description differs from one given by Rahim's brother Ibrahim Rahim, his photo above, who posted on Facebook that his youngest brother was killed while waiting at a bus stop to go to his job. "He was confronted by three Boston Police officers and subsequently shot in the back three times," he wrote. "He was on his cellphone with my dear father during the confrontation needing a witness." Ibrahim Rahim, a former assistant imam at a Boston mosque, could not be reached for more comment Tuesday. In an email, he said he was traveling to Boston to bury his brother.


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Monday, June 01, 2015

Orlando Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson Gets Only 12 Month Prison Term on Felony Gun Charge he Could Walk on Time Served at John Polk Correctional

Letter from Abu Taubah, Marcus Robertson: The Prosecution is attempting to characterize me as a "Teacher of Terrorists." Google, Bill Warner/Marcus Robertson as he has an investigative company and an entire site dedicated to this case. The FBI is using him to set the tone.
Orlando Fl Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Dwayne Robertson DOB 9/03/1968 was arrested on Federal gun charge by the FBI with an assist from the ATF, he is currently in the John Polk Correctional Facility Sanford, FL, hold under Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), NO BAIL.

From abu taubah aka Marcus Robertson “I have not been arrested or questioned by law enforcement. Nor has anyone in our school been arrested or questioned. We are not in anyway connected to the shooting in Orlando, FL. May Allaah make it easier on the believers.”
On August 23, 2011, Marcus Dwayne Robertson was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and charged for being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Robertson pleaded guilty to that crime on January 5, 2012. He was then indicted, on March 14, 2012, for conspiring to defraud the IRS. A bench trial ensued in December 2013, in which he was convicted for that offense. Robertson faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison for both convictions and the Fed's had sought to enhance that time with a link to terrorism. All that appears to be going away as Marcus Robertson will be only sentenced to 12 months on the gun charge and with the 3 plus years he has already spent in the John Polk Correctional Facility he could walk out of court on June 26th a free man.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
VS.
MARCUS DWAYNE ROBERTSON
SENTENCING MEMORANDUM MONDAY JUNE 1st 2015:
On September 14, 2011, Marcus Robertson was charged with Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition by a Convicted Felon, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §922(g)(1). (Doc. 14). He pled guilty to that offense on January 5, 2012. This matter came before the Court for sentencing over several days, most recently on May 28, 2015. During the course of these proceedings, this matter has been consolidated with the sentencing in an otherwise unrelated case involving the same Defendant and a charge of income tax fraud. At the May 28 hearing, the Court discussed the advantages of sentencing Robertson separately in the two cases to avoid some complicated sentencing issues that would result if the sentences were imposed together. Neither party objects to this proposal. Accordingly, for the reasons stated in open court, the Court will sentence Robertson separately in this case and in the other case. With respect to the instant case, and the charge of Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition by a Convicted Felon, the Court has calculated the Defendant’s Guideline score as a Total Offense Level of 12 and a Criminal History Category of I.1. This produces a Guideline sentencing range of 10 to 16 months. The parties and probation officer agree that this is the correct Guideline score. A sentence of 12 months and one day is sufficient, but not greater than necessary, to accomplish the objectives of 18 U.S.C. § 3553(a). Accordingly, when the sentencing hearing is reconvened on June 26th, 2015 at 9:00am, the Court will pronounce sentence consistent with this opinion.

DONE and ORDERED in Orlando, Florida on June 1, 2015.
Signed  Gregory A. Presnell
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.


Federal prosecutors said Orange County Imam Abu Taubah, aka convicted felon Marcus Robertson, has murdered people, attempted assassinations, took hostages and tried to kill police officers, all to fund terror attacks on U.S. soil. PDF: Read more on Marcus Robertson. ORLANDO, Fla. WFTV uncovered Orange County Imam Abu Taubah past ties to the so-called Blind Sheik terrorist, whose extremist group is blamed for the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. Orlando Fl Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Dwayne Robertson DOB 9/03/1968 is a three time loser, having spent a total of 4 years in the State Prisons of New York and Pennsylvania. In early 1991, Marcus Robertson joined with other former Muslim SSI security guards to form a robbery gang they called the “Forty Thieves.” Marcus Robertson, the leader, was known as “Ali Baba.” “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves” robbed more than 10 banks, private homes, and post offices at gun point, and members shot three police officers, attacking one officer after he was shot with an improvised explosive device constructed from PVC pipe.
Orlando Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson Claims in Federal Lawsuit He Was a Covert Operator For CIA and FBI Terrorist Task Force For 3 Years Prior to His Arrest. Orlando Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson claims he was a double agent for the FBI and CIA. While he was in jail on 11/13/2012, Orlando Imam Abu Taubah filed a Federal Lawsuit against 8 FBI agents, FBI boss at the time Eric Holder and Roger Hnadberg III the Asst United States Attorney in the Middle District of Florida, Marcus Robertson claims he was a covert operator for the CIA and the FBI Terrorist Task Force From 2004 to 2007. The 8 FBI agents in the “Robertson Lawsuit” were, Adam Topping, Kevin Thuman, Bryce Essary, Kevin Coleman, Robert Manson, Kevin Corlew, Christopher J. Savard, and NYC FBI Supervisor Anthony “Tony” Bivona. Orlando Fl Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Dwayne Robertson was arrested on August 23rd, 2011 by FBI special agent Kevin Corlew who is a specialist in counter-terrorism matters in the United States. 

Ex-Marine Marcus Robertson aka Imam Abu Taubah claims he had a contract with the United States Government in which he was asked to carry out covert operations with and against suspected and known terrorists organizations/groups. During said operations, in the USA and Internationally, the US Government, the FBI and the CIA authorized and assisted Marcus Robertson aka Imam Abu Taubah in the use of firearms, weapons, training of terror suspects by providing various forms of logistics, informations and Monies. 

Furthermore Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson claims he was given a Letter of Immunity” assured that no criminal charges would ever be derived due to Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson’s “sanctioned actions” and promised that the US government would duly note Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson’s patriotic service. Abu Taubah also claims in the Federal Lawsuit that the defendants (FBI et al) full well knew that his only links to terrorism were those that occurred during Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson’s employment as a covert operator for the US Government and the FBI Terrorist Task Force.



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