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BREAKING NEWS From Vegas!! SHOOTING At CASINO, 2 DEAD!

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It will be a somber new years eve for the families of two security guards who were shot and killed at Arizona Charlie’s Casino on Decatur Boulevard near U.S. 95 in Las Vegas Nevada this morning.

Las Vegas police confirmed this senseless act happened in a hotel room inside the casino around 6:45 a.m. local time. But what makes all this even more tragic is that after the shooter killed the security guards the suspect ran to a nearby residence and shot himself. So we might never know what the motive for this crime really was.

The shooter was immediately transported to University Medical Center where his condition, along with his motives, is still unknown at this time. A Las Vegas police spokesman said the identity of the deceased security guards will be released by the Clark County coroner once relatives have been notified. The hotel-casino’s main office did not return any messages seeking a comment about the shooting.

This is just the latest chapter in what seems to be an unusually high number of homicides over the last week in the Las Vegas area.

This latest shooting comes only a day before local law enforcement officers expect tens of thousands of New Year’s Eve tourists on the famed Las Vegas Strip and three months after the city was dealt with the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Officials have been trying to reassure jittery residents and visitors that the city is safe. Even more so in the wake of the October 1st shooting when a high-stakes gambler killed 58 people and injured hundreds more after he shattered the windows of his suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino on the Strip and unleashed a barrage of gunfire on a country music festival below. He then killed himself and no concrete motive has been established in the case.

Via MSN:

New Year’s Eve on Las Vegas Strip will have high security after shooting rampage

LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas officials are expecting lower-than-normal attendance at the New Year’s Eve celebration on the famed Strip, but in light of October’s mass shooting, security will be at its highest level in years.

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said this week that the Homeland Security Department had raised the New Year’s Eve celebration to the highest security level under its special events protocols – SEAR level 1. In years past, it was level 3.

The change, he said, will bring snipers with spotters, extra air support, more medical equipment and personnel, and mobile command posts staffed by federal authorities. The same security classification and measures are afforded to the Super Bowl and political party conventions for presidential nominations.

Lombardo said there would be more than 1,500 local police officers deployed for a three-day window.

Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said he understood New Year’s Eve revelers might be worried about safety after the Oct. 1 mass shooting, and he sought to assuage those concerns.

“Nobody puts on a New Year’s Eve show like Las Vegas, and never will it be as safe as it will be this year,” Sisolak said. “The safety measures in place are impressive.”

It’s been three months since 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire from his 32nd floor hotel room at Mandalay Bay into a crowd of more than 20,000 people at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on the Strip. He killed 58 people and wounded hundreds of others.

The FBI has revealed little about Paddock’s motives. Special Agent in Charge Aaron C. Rouse said in an interview with The Las Vegas Review-Journal that the FBI would be issuing a report sometime before the anniversary of the shooting.

In an interview with the local CBS affiliate in November, Lombardo said Paddock, a gambler who played a lot of video poker, had sustained losses in recent years and may have been depressed.

Paddock killed himself with a gunshot wound to his mouth, the Clark County coroner said last week.

Officials with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said tourism was down 4.2 percent for the month of October and that the decline in attendance was attributable to the shooting.

The visitors authority said it expected New Year’s Eve attendance to be down 1.2 percent from last year’s total of 334,000 people. But officials said that expected decline was because of New Year’s Eve falling on a Sunday instead of a Saturday, and a shortage of rooms this year as several casinos are in the middle of renovations.

Officials with the visitors authority said they didn’t have enough data to link the shooting and planned visits on Dec. 31.

New Year’s Eve is a signature event on the Strip and one of the rare times the road is closed to traffic, allowing people to wander along the boulevard and watch fireworks at midnight.

Adrienne Packer, a spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Transportation, said the 3-mile stretch would be closed to traffic beginning at 5 p.m. and wouldn’t be open again until about 5 a.m. Jan. 1.

She said her department would spend $350,000 on protective measures – up from $120,000 spent last year. She also said her agency would be getting help from other departments, and that authorities would be in plain clothes during the festivities. It is a level of security similar to that imposed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, she said.

“Everybody in the wake of Oct. 1 is very sensitive to safety,” Packer said. “We want to make sure our visitors and local residents feel safe and comfortable.”

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval authorized 300 National Guard troops to be deployed around the Strip and at McCarran International Airport. That is twice as many as last year.

Mari St. Martin, a spokeswoman for Sandoval, said in a statement that “the horrific tragedy that occurred on Oct. 1 in southern Nevada was cited as a specific reason for the increased request,” and that the “inter-local and mutual aid agreements are not sufficient in supporting the anticipated needs” for the New Year’s Eve events.

After the shooting, Clark County commissioners approved the installation of bollards – short, stubby posts – along the Strip. Sisolak said nearly 800 bollards had been installed since the shooting and 7,500 more would go up in 2018. During the New Year’s Eve celebration, there will be more than 4,200 metal barricades along the Strip.

Officials are prohibiting people walking along the Strip to bring large bags, strollers, backpacks and coolers.

“I recognize that is an inconvenience, but these restrictions are for everyone’s safety,” Sisolak said.

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BREAKING News From DC! THEY Caught HIM!!! ENJOY PRISON

ROT IN HELL SCUMBAG

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This is just unbelievable on every level!

The United States Justice Department has now announced that an ex-CIA agent suspected by FBI investigators of helping the Chinese intelligence dismantle American spying operations and identify informants in China has finally been arrested.

In addition to this stunning revelation, it’s also been confirmed that the way this former officer managed to act in favor of China´s interests is the most disturbing detail of this case, which involves the FBI and their corruption that runs through the core of the organization.

Since the agency took five years in executing actions against the suspected spy it gave him five long years in which he had more than enough time to successfully sell multiple batches of classified US Intelligence information.

But what appears to be one of the most curious details about this man is the fact that he decided to travel to the states back in 2012 in order to live with his family in Virginia. During that time agents of the bureau searched his luggage during hotel stays in Virginia and Hawaii and were able to find two small books which contained classified information giving the identities of CIA assets in China. But what’s perhaps the most disturbing part of this whole saga is that after being questioned by FBI officers in 2013, this traitor was actually allowed to return to Hong Kong. This is something the treasonous anti-American Barack Hussein Obama Administration should have never let happen.

But now this traitor came back to the states where he has now been arrested. And to add to the mystery no one seems to understand his motive for his return if he had prior knowledge he would be arrested the moment he got off the plane.

 

Conservative Daily Post Reports:

JUST IN: Obama FBI Gave Arrested CIA Officer FIVE Years To Sell Classified Material To China, Sources Killed

The FBI lasted five years in executing actions against the suspect, a time in which this person successfully sold classified information.

Yesterday, the Justice Department announced that an ex-CIA agent suspected by investigators of helping the Chinese intelligence dismantle American spying operations and identify informants has finally been arrested. In addition to the way this former officer managed to act in favor of China´s interests, one of the most revealing details of this case involves the FBI. After all, this agency lasted five years in executing actions against the suspect, a time in which this person successfully sold classified information.

Naturally, the collapse of the spy network represented one of the worst intelligence failures in the history of the United States. The name of the ex-CIA officer is Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a 53-year-old man who was quite useful to the Chinese regime.

His arrest capped a strong FBI inquiry that started in 2012, just two years after the CIA began losing its informants in China in the most mysterious way. When this situation was taken place, the main question was how the Chinese intelligence managed to get the agency’s most dearly held secrets and the information of so many sources.

Why the bureau refused to arrest Lee after originally finding the classified material in his books remains unclear. James Comey was the FBI director during that period.

At the time, some intelligence officials concluded that there had to be a mole inside the agency that was exposing its list of informants. Other intelligence officials believed that the Chinese regime managed to hack the agency´s covert communications. This one was used to communicate with the foreign sources of information.

Apparently, Lee has been living in China since 2007, the year in which he decided to leave the agency. At that time, he moved to the city of Hong Kong and started to work for a well-known auction house.

This man was apprehended at the Kennedy Airport in New York on Monday. Eventually, Lee was charged in federal court in Northern Virginia with the unlawful retention of national defense information.

The name of the ex-CIA officer is Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a 53-year-old man who was quite useful to the Chinese regime.

What seems to be one of the most curious details about this man is the fact that he decided to travel to America in 2012 in order to live with his family in Virginia. Reports revealed it was exactly during that trip that agents of the bureau searched his luggage during hotel stays in Virginia and Hawaii and found two small books that contained classified information. After being questioned by FBI officers in 2013, he went back to Hong Kong.

So far, it remains unclear why Lee decided to return to the United States this month, considering that he probably knew he was going to get arrested. While many believe this could be a part of a major plan, it is possible that this was nothing more than an intelligence move by the CIA and FBI.

In the books, the 53-year-old man wrote several details about certain meetings between the agency´s informants and undercover agents. According to court papers, Lee wrote the real name of these individuals, as well as their phone numbers. Prosecutors assured that the information that Lee had in those books reflected the same data contained in the classified cables that this man had written while he was working at the CIA.

The number of informants lost in China rivaled losses in Russia and even the Soviet Union during the betrayals of Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames, formerly of the FBI and the CIA.

Thanks to Lee´s act, more than a dozen informants of the agency were imprisoned or killed by the Chinese regime. According to the New York Times, the number of informants lost in this country rivaled losses in Russia and even the Soviet Union during the betrayals of Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames, formerly of the FBI and the CIA.

One of the most curious details about Lee´s case is that the sworn affidavit unsealed yesterday doesn’t say whether there is any kind of evidence that he disseminated the classified data to the Chinese regime or any other foreign agents.

The affidavit was signed by FBI Special Agent Kellie O’Brien. He stated that agents of the bureau interviewed Lee in five different opportunities back in May and June 2013. Apparently, Lee didn’t mention having the classified documents. In addition, this man didn’t mention anything about the documents during certain encounters with former CIA colleagues.

According to court documents, Lee served in the U.S. Army from 1982 to 1986. He eventually joined the CIA in 1994 as a case officer, and eventually served in China during his career. Some former agency officials said that those who knew him always claimed Lee left the CIA quite annoyed.

Why the bureau refused to arrest Lee after originally finding the classified material in his books remains unclear. If convicted, this man faces up to 10 years in prison.

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Muslim Refuses To Remove Headscarf In Bank, Gets WRONG Teller Who Figured Out What She’s Hiding

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Up until recently, businesses in the United States have had the right to refuse service to anyone that they wanted to and for any reason that they wanted to. Some put up signs, but in general, it’s the proprietors prerogative to serve who he wanted. Some even put up signs i.e. “no shirt no shoes no service” or something similar. That’s more of a friendly warning as to the general standards that a store might want to keep, but basically, it’s up to whoever owns an establishment to decide how they wanted to run their business. And if you don’t like it, you can take your business elsewhere.

Recently, it has become a big issue when bakers didn’t want to make a cake for a gay marriage, and the issue arose about who has to serve whom, and under what conditions. Our old friend Political Correctness rose up and decided to tell us what freedoms would be taken away, and sadly many people listened to him.

The most pressing concern of many businesses, especially institutions dealing with money, is, of course, safety. They have rules about what you can bring in, and what you can wear. This is presumably because of what it might be concealing. That was the case with a credit union in Washington, where a young lady got it into her head that she was being discriminated against because when she broke the rules about how they would serve her, she was asked to comply.

This is what her Facebook post read:

“I went into Sound Credit Union in Kent, Wa to pay my bill as normal. The video above will show the discrimination that I faced today. I am a black Muslim woman and was observing Jummah, so I had my hood on. The teller asks me to ‘take off my hood’. In order to adhere to their policy, I ran outside to get my hijab. When I came back, two men before me were served with no issues, but both were wearing hats. Then I confronted the teller and he told me ‘it should be no issue, let me get my supervisor for permission,’. Instead of seeking a resolution, she chose to do this…watch the video.
I never want this to happen to anybody and NOBODY should ever be treated this way. Thank you.”

Via Q13 Fox:

“KENT, Wash. — It’s a possible case of discrimination. A Seattle-area woman claims she was refused service at a credit union because of the religious garments she was wearing.

It happened Friday at the Sound Credit Union in Kent.

Jamela is a black Muslim woman. She didn’t want to go on camera or talk specifically about what happened, but she did give us permission to show the video she recorded of what took place inside that bank Friday.

According to Jamela’s Facebook post, it all started when she was told by a teller to “take off her hood,” which she says she did, to abide by their policy.

She was wearing her religious garments that day.

She claimed two men were served before her and both of them were wearing hats.

So she then asked to speak to the supervisor there, and that’s when it seems things quickly got out of hand.

Jamela said she believes, in this case, she was discriminated against.

On Sunday, she said she is still very shaken up by this whole experience.

She said she does want this to happen to anybody, and nobody should ever be treated this way.

The bank has since made a statement:

‘We looked into the situation and agree that we did not handle it well. We want to express our deepest apology to the person involved. As a result, we are looking at our procedures and training and will make changes to make sure that a situation like this never happens again. It is clear our training needs to include more empathy and sensitivity to all cultures, because as a credit union we believe in equal treatment of all people.'”

What happened was that the employees were scared and worried that if she wasn’t obeying the rules, she might have a more devious reason. This is a financial institution that might have quite a few people wanting to rip it off. It’s sad that they not only can’t enforce the rules that they themselves posted, so plainly for all to see, but also that the employees have to live in fear of a PR nightmare, instead of protecting themselves.

The young lady in question seemed so irate that there were people who were let to have their ball caps on and were still served, but that argument doesn’t even pass the straight face test. In order to conceal something in a ball cap, you’d just about have to have a collapsable skull. So barring an alien invasion or a visit from the bionic man at the credit union, I doubt there’s much to fear there. And saying that a business has to treat everyone the same would be like saying that because Starbucks gives away free drinks to cops, they must give a free one to me as well. No, it’s their choice to decide not only what they do, but who they do it to, and how it’s done. If you don’t like it, you’re welcome (no, encouraged) to take your business elsewhere.

(Source: Q13 Fox)

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Man Finds Teen Who Was Kidnapped, Raped- Does The Unthinkable

HE DECIDED TO…

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A Minnesota farmer who rescued a kidnapped girl was given a reward for finding her, and decided to give it to her family rather than keep it for himself.

Earl Melchert was on his property one day when he spotted something moving. He first thought it was a deer, but got closer and was shocked to discover that it was 15-year-old Jasmine Block — who had disappeared a month earlier and was kidnapped by three men. The men reportedly held her hostage in an abandoned home and had sexually abused her.

When Melchert found her, Jasmine was attempting to escape her captors.

“Oh my gosh, this is the gal from Alexandria that’s been gone for 29 days,'” he told The New York Times, All That’s Fab reported. “It’d been on the news, it’d been online. It went national. It was on posters, in stores, her face, her picture. Right away I recognized her.”

Melchert signaled the girl over to his truck, helped her in and drove her to a police station. On the way, the girl reportedly saw one of her captors searching for her. She had escaped earlier when the three kidnappers were out. She had tried knocking on doors of nearby houses to no avail. She swam across a lake and walked through a field to Melchert’s property, where he then saw her.

After the rescue, Melchert was given a $7,000 reward for the girl’s return. He refused to accept it, however, and instead gave it to Jasmine’s family.

“What no one expected was the kindness and generosity that came straight from Earl’s heart today,” Police Chief Rick Wyffels wrote in a Facebook post, All That’s Fab reported. “He believes that young lady that came running towards him that September day is the real hero and without hesitation, Earl handed the reward over to her, followed by a big hug. Thank you Earl, it is people like you that make this world a better place.”

Melchert said he was proud to have helped save the girl.

“It’s the best thing I’ve ever done,” he said. “The family needs the money… to me, yeah, that’s a lot of money, but they need it way worse than I do.”

Many readers applauded Melchert for his generosity after such a brave act, and also praised the teen for being courageous enough to escape her kidnappers.

“There are two hero’s in this story. The good man that helped this young lady, the brave young lady that went through this horrible experience. May God help her get her life back & try to move on. God bless her for her bravery & endurance to make it thru this ordeal. Hope that the ones that are guilty are apprehended & put away a long time,” one Newsiosity reader commented on the site’s Facebook page.

“That’s a true hero. The one who rescued a girl not for the $$. We need more people like him. Glad the little girl is safe at home,” another wrote.

“First and foremost thank you for doing this to protect that young lady and your kindness for realizing how much that family needed the reward money God bless you sir,” another added.

 

Sources: All That’s Fab, Newsiosity/Facebook / Featured Image: Glyn Lowe/Flickr / Embedded Images: YouTube and People via All That’s Fab

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