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Texas Man Found DECAPITATED Inside His Truck, And The Family Names Muslims As Suspects

This is Disgusting & Barbaric! If this turns out to be Muslim terrorism, we need to storm the White House & demand Obama do something! We know he won’t, but he needs to know we are




ANGLETON, Tex. – This is Disgusting & Barbaric! If this turns out to be Muslim terrorism, we need to storm the White House & demand Obama do something! We know he won’t, but he needs to know we are PISSED.

KTLA reported:

Jubal Alexander, 24, had been sleeping in his truck under a bridge in Angleton, Texas, while working long hours at a local chemical plant – just as his father did – when he was found dead earlier this month, according to police.

Alexander, who is described as hard-working and never in trouble, dined with his father just days before he was brutally murdered and decapitated.



Alexander’s headless body was discovered during the evening of May 3 under a bridge on FM 2004. A 911 caller reported discovering a dead body inside of a truck, and police identified Alexander through his finger prints.

Upon examination of the crime scene police apparently ruled out robbery, as Alexander’s wallet and other possessions were still with his headless body.

Alexander’s father told ABC 13, “They cut my son’s head off and they took my son’s head. Who would do that? They won’t even let me see him. He wanted me to be proud of him, so we worked exceptionally hard. His shift was a 10-hour, maybe a 13-hour shift. He worked all night long.”
According to Jubal Alexander Senior, he believes his son fell victim to ‘Islamic extremists,’ as highlighted by his above Facebook post.

Young Conservatives reported on the FBI identifying Mahmoudberg, an Islamic terrorist training camp located in Sweeny, Texas. Sweeny is only about 20 miles away from Angleton, the location where Alexander’s body was discovered. The case remains under police investigation, and Alexander’s head is still missing.

Via BuzzPo

If this isn’t Islamic terror, it’s Mexican cartel terror. Either way, it’s just another example of why we need a wall on our Southern border, to deport all illegals (some who are connected to the cartels), and a ban on all Muslim immigration. Time to raise a stink about this! May Alexander RIP.


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BREAKING NEWS! Obama Let Them In The White House!!! THIS IS TREASON!



In a new shocking, but not completely surprising report which came out early this morning, we can now confirm that the two brother team Democrat IT aides from the terrorist sympathizing nation of Pakistan made deliberate and unauthorized access to House servers while actually fooling staff by pretending to be members of Congress.

The aides in question are the same which former Democrat Party Chairwoman and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz has been busy defending for over a year now. Imran Awan, his Ukrainian-born wife Hina Alvi and brothers Jamal and Abid Awan. And to add to this mess we know can also confirm that after a lengthy internal investigation House Democrat leadership lied about their findings to members of Congress as they claimed the incident was “solely a matter of theft,” and not actual espionage.

Representative Debbie “Blabbermouth” Schultz employed the infamous Awan brothers and paid them over $4 million dollars during the course of their employment. Some of that amount was actually paid after they were accused of breaching House servers, which can, of course, lead us to surmise that the extra money could have been hush money paid by the Democrat Party in order to hide something they didn’t want the public to get a hold of.

Via The Daily Caller:

House Report Concluded Pakistanis Made ‘Unauthorized Access’ To Congressional Servers

House investigators concluded that Democratic IT aides made unauthorized access to congressional servers in 2016, allegedly accessing the data of members for whom they did not work, logging in as members of Congress themselves, and covering their tracks, according to a presentation summarizing the findings of a four-month internal probe.

Their behavior mirrored a “classic method for insiders to exfiltrate data from an organization,” and they continued even after orders to stop, the briefing materials allege. There are indications that numerous members’ data may have been secretly residing not on their designated servers, but instead aggregated onto one server, according to the briefing and other sources. Authorities said that the entire server was then physically stolen.

When acting on the findings, Democratic leadership appear to have misrepresented the issue to their own members as solely a matter of theft, a comparison of the investigators’ findings with Democrats’ recollections and a committee’s public statement shows, leading 44 Democrats to not conduct protective measures typically taken after a breach — including informing constituents whose personal information may have been exposed. (A list of the involved members is below.)

The presentation, written by the House’s Office of the Inspector General, reported under the bold heading “UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS” that “5 shared employee system administrators have collectively logged into 15 member offices and the Democratic Caucus although they were not employed by the offices they accessed.”

It found indications that a House “server is being used for nefarious purposes and elevated the risk that individuals could be reading and/or removing information” and “could be used to store documents taken from other offices.” The server was that of the House Democratic Caucus, a sister group of the DNC that was run at the time by then-Rep. Xavier Becerra.

The aides named are Imran Awan, his wife Hina Alvi, his brothers Abid and Jamal, and his friend Rao Abbas, Pakistani-born aides whose lives are filled with reason for concern. Abid’s Ukranian wife Natalia Sova and Haseeb Rana were also involved in the Awans’ activities but departed the House payroll prior to the investigation.

One systems administrator “logged into a member’s office two months after he was terminated from that office,” the investigative summary says.

While the rules could have been violated for some innocuous purpose, the presentation indicates that is unlikely: “This pattern of login activity suggests steps are being taken to conceal their activity.”

A second presentation shows that shortly before the election, their alleged behavior got even worse. “During September 2016, shared employee continued to use Democratic Caucus computers in anomalous ways:

Logged onto laptop as system administrator
Changed identity and logged onto Democratic Caucus server using 17 other user account credentials
Some credentials belonged to Members

The shared employee did not work for 9 of the 17 offices to which these user accounts belonged.”
The investigation found “possible storage of sensitive House information outside the House … Dropbox is installed on two Caucus computers used by the shared employees. Two user accounts had thousands of files in their Dropbox folder on each computer.” Using Dropbox is against House rules because it uploads files offsite.

The Washington Post referenced the presentation in July, and quoted a House source who claimed that the server was full of the Awan children’s “homework” and “family photos.” The presentation offers reasons to doubt that. “Based on the file names, some of the information is likely sensitive,” it reads.

The statements of numerous Democrats indicate that the Democratic staff of the House Administration Committee and other House officials may have withheld information about cybersecurity breaches from members who employed the suspects, and appear to have misled them about the basic nature of the investigation.

“This is the first I’ve heard about that,” said Missouri Democratic Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver — who employed almost every member of the Awan group — of cybersecurity issues.

“The only thing I’m aware of is that he’s being charged with bank fraud,” Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro, who employed Jamal and is a member of the intelligence committee, told TheDCNF. “Do you have evidence that there’s anything more than a bank investigation? If someone’s given you a document to that effect, please give it to me.”

In early February, House Sergeant-At-Arms Paul Irving, Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko, and Jamie Fleet, the Democratic staff director of the Committee on House Administration, summoned affected chiefs of staff to a meeting to announce that the family was being banned from the network. Republican staff was not present, and the briefers omitted all mention of the cybersecurity component that appears to comprise the most dangerous part of the findings, according to numerous Democrats’ accounts.

On Feb. 3, 2017, Committee on House Administration Chairman Gregg Harper and Ranking Member Robert Brady issued the sole official statement about what they called “the ongoing House theft investigation.”

“House Officials became aware of suspicious activity and alleged theft committed by certain House IT support staff,” the statement read. “An internal investigation determined that a number of House policies and procedures had been violated. This information was turned over to the United States Capitol Police and their investigation is ongoing. These employees have also been blocked from accessing House systems. All offices impacted have been contacted. No further comment will be issued until the investigation is complete.”

But that internal investigation’s most notable findings — in fact, the second presentation didn’t even mention theft — concerned credible evidence of a cyber-breach, and at the time of the announcement, the most recent incident of theft consisted of the disappearance of a server that was evidence in a cybersecurity probe, several authorities said.

There is no scenario where the access was appropriate because House members are not allowed to accept services from people not on their payroll and employees are not permitted to log in to servers of members for whom they do not work. The presentation notes that such House polices are codified in law.

But nearly a year later, there have been no criminal charges related to House IT. Two of the suspects were indicted for bank fraud in July after prosecutors said they transferred money from the House bank to Pakistan and tried to flee the country.

There are strong indications that many of the 44 members’ data — including personal information of constituents seeking help — was entirely out of those members’ possession, and instead was stored on the House Democratic Caucus server. The aggregation of multiple members’ data would mean all that data was absconded with, because authorities said that entire server physically disappeared while it was being monitored by police.

An IT aide told TheDCNF that colleagues deployed to clean up after the Awans’ firing discovered that in many offices, computers were set up to be nothing more than “thin clients” that were portals to an outside computer. “They were using terminal servers, your desktop is projected to you” from a computer in a different location.

The presentation — though its language is at times opaquely technical — found remote sessions that remained active for months at a time. The House commonly uses Citrix remote sessions that allow someone’s computer screen to show the contents of a different computer, but its security precautions ordinarily cause them to disconnect after just a few minutes. Virtual Private Networks can also make a server’s hard drive appear to be local to a computer.

A House committee staffer close to the probe told TheDCNF that “the data was always out of [the members’] possession. It was a breach. They were using the House Democratic Caucus as their central service warehouse.”

“All 5 of the shared employee system administrators collectively logged onto the Caucus system 5,735 times, an average of 27 times per day… This is considered unusual since computers in other offices managed by these shared employees were accessed in total less than 60 times,” the presentation reads.

That, too, may imply that dozens of members’ data was all in one place — on the Caucus’s server instead of in members’ possession. The apparently constant access by the entire crew, even their friend Rao Abbas, also doesn’t jive with The Washington Post’s claim that they were using it as a family computer for homework and photos.

With the basics of the probe hidden from members, Democrats appear to have vocally painted an inaccurate picture of what the report alleges occurred, pointing to the current criminal charges instead of the House’s investigation while not taking any steps to protect potentially compromised data.

Rep. Ted Lieu of California, who employed Abid Awan and is a member of the foreign affairs committee, said as far as he was concerned it was a simple issue of bank fraud.

“The staffer that I used, there was no allegation,” he told a TV station. “If you look at the charge of the brother, he was charged with bank fraud… that has nothing to do with national security.”

Prosecutors contend in court filings that they committed bank fraud and tried to flee because they found out about the already-existing investigation into their House activities.

Becerra’s House Democratic Caucus knew about problems and tried to stop them, according to the presentation, but the suspect defied him. Based on other members’ accounts, Becerra does not appear to have warned other offices that might have been affected.

“The Caucus Chief of Staff requested one of the shared employees to not provide IT services or access their computers,” the investigative briefing reads. “This shared employee continued.” Then, as police monitored the server as a primary piece of evidence, they discovered in January that it was taken from under their noses and replaced with a different computer.

Let’s hope since there is proof now, we can finally put this case to rest and people like Debbie Wasserman Schultz can make themselves comfortable in a prison cell for years to come. But as we have come to expect out of our judicial system that most certainly won’t be happening anytime soon. We know all too well by now that if you have money and the right connections you are above the law, especially if you are a “well-meaning” Liberal.

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The University of Texas must have their hands filled with the repulsive behavior of a hardcore leftist group sparking violence towards police. The group has posted a picture of police officers on fire as they apparently call for the hatred and harm towards law enforcement.

The group perpetrating violence is known as the Autonomous Student Network (ASN) and they’re located at the UT-Austin. In a now-deleted Tweet, they showed French police on fire and had a sick suggestion about how to alter Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Their idea was to call it Law Enforcement Incineration Day. Perhaps their goal is to have hardcore leftists set cops on fire, and that’s what ignited the widespread controversy.

The Tweet said:

“Instead of #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay how about #LawEnforcementIncinerationDay

— ASN Austin (@ASN_Austin) January 9, 2018”

It has been deleted, but their account has other posts suggesting, in a roundabout way, a call for violence, resistance, and other deep left nonsense that does nothing to support a working, thoughtful, or productive society. This is the equivalent of domestic terrorism about to happen, and law enforcement should be very aware and on guard at all times.

Fox News reports that the group describes itself as “pro-liberation, anti-capitalist “outlet for radical student activism.” In other words, losers.

Fox News continues with the statement from the leftist group of radicals:

We see the state as integral to all forms of domination, as it provides a means for ruling classes to enforce their will and protect their power and enforces the ability to render individuals or entire populations disposable… We see police as an extension of this and refuse any negotiation with the cops. We hope to proliferate new forms-of-life on campus that break with all systems of control. Spread Anarchy, Live Communism!

That sounds like they have lost their mind and are preparing for a war with an enemy. They don’t realize that they are the enemy.

Fox News spoke to a representative from UT-Austin who denounced the group and said that the group called ASN is not affiliated with the school. They also claimed that the radical leftist group is using the school’s name without permission.

Fox News stated:

“Sara Josephine Kennedy, a spokeswoman for the university, told Fox News the group is not affiliated with the UT-Austin, and if ASN is using the school’s name without permission, “this is something that we will have to investigate.”

The tweet drew strong criticism from law enforcment organizations across the country, who called the social media message “childish” and a “sign of disrespect for law enforcement.”

“These types of antics are so disrepectful, especially coming from Texas where so many police officers helped with recovery efforts after the hurricanes and where police officers died in Dallas,” Bill Johnson, the executive director of the National Association of Police Organizations, told Fox News.”

This group sounds precisely like Antifa, but reports suggest that they possibly are not associated with Antifa. That doesn’t matter because they are mostly the same thing. They’re domestic terrorists who wish to cause harm to America and some of the fantastic things going on.

The ASN Austin social media pages display numerous posts about events that go against the police.

Here are some Twitter posts to elaborate on what they’re all about.

They claim to be ungovernable. That’s fine. They are not unarrestable though!

Fight ICE? How about fighting illegal immigration and lawbreaking?

They should realize that protesters are usually the cause of their injuries.

No, it’s not racist. They are horrible places often covered in filth. They are often uncivilized and dirty. Is anyone going there for vacation, honeymoon, or for enjoyment? Not really. Facts are not racist. It’s OK to call somewhere a dump.

This is likely an insult to gays. The protesting type of people who do this often looks genderless and confused.

If people weren’t acting out of line or breaking laws, then maybe we wouldn’t need police so much.

They didn’t fix anything. They just proved why people don’t take them seriously. They should start fixing themselves so they can’t breed anymore. Or perhaps get a job, live a fun life, and stop acting like entitled children throwing temper tantrums.

As you can see, the Tweets by this group are somewhat childish. They seem jobless, genderless, and careless.

If there’s any violence perpetrated towards police because of this group, then they will be sadly mistaken as they face criminal prosecution.

If the radical leftists go after the police, then be prepared for a very quick war.

Like they say on cop shows, BOLO!

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She was the first immigrant Somali to join the police force in Portland. She made her family proud. She made other Muslims proud. She was on the right path to doing a great job and breaking the disturbed reputation that the Muslim religion has in America. But then she blew it. She got caught. She became a criminal just like the people she dedicated her life to arresting. She became the first Somali immigrant, and now she’s arrested and charged with multiple crimes. She was once called the groundbreaking police officer, but now she’s the typical crook, and she’ll be on the bad end of the law getting her consequences handed to her.

It all started when Abu went to a Ja Rule and Ashanti concert. Ja Rule is a low-level rapper who sounds like the Cookie Monster. Ashanti is a decent R&B singer. Abu’s first mistake was going anywhere near a Ja Rule concert and that should’ve been a crime to begin with. However, having a bad taste in music is not illegal. Abu’s night became a problem when caused a considerable disturbance during the concert at the Palladium Nightclub. Based upon reports by the Press Herald, the charges make it appear as though Abu was asked to leave the concert venue. The details are not specific about what disturbance she caused, or if she had tickets to enter the concert, but the charges mounted as she was arrested.

Abu was booked on five misdemeanors. Her charges included assault, trespassing, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace. She was supposed to be the big Muslim immigrant story who broke the mold. She was supposed to be a groundbreaking police officer. Now she’s just another perpetrator breaking the law. She’s on leave and risks spending a few years in prison. She’s not so groundbreaking after all.

Press Herald reports:

“Zahra Munye Abu, the first Somali immigrant to serve on the city’s force, is charged in Worcester with 5 misdemeanors, including assault.

A 24-year-old Portland police officer has been charged with five misdemeanors, including assault and battery, after being arrested Saturday night at a concert venue in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Worcester police said Zahra Munye Abu, of Portland, is also facing charges of trespassing, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.

Abu caused a disturbance while attending a Ja Rule and Ashanti concert at the Palladium Nightclub on Main Street, said Worcester police Sgt. Kerry F. Hazelhurst.

“The nightclub was hosting several live musical acts,” Hazelhurst said in an email. “She was (given) several opportunities to leave and refused. Eventually she was placed under arrest.”

Portland Police Chief Michael Sauschuck said Abu has been placed on administrative leave with pay pending a review of the matter.

Chris Besaw, the Palladium general manager, declined to comment about the arrest or what occurred before local police became involved.

Abu was bailed out of jail at 1 a.m. Sunday, Hazelhurst said. He did not know the bail amount. She is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Worcester District Court.

Abu is a high-profile member of the Portland police force because she is the first member of Maine’s Somali immigrant community to become a police officer in Maine.

She was born to Somali parents in a Kenyan refugee camp and has lived in Portland since she was 2 years old. She graduated from Deering High School in Portland and studied criminal justice and women-and-gender issues at the University of Southern Maine.

If convicted, Abu faces a maximum penalty of up to 2½ years in a county jail on the assault and battery and the resisting arrest charges. Each of the other charges include less severe maximum penalties.”

There seems to be a hush order on the details of the crime. It seems like no one will talk about the incident that leads to her arrest. I guess that she felt entitled to something, declined, put up a fight upon which she was warned, and then the police were contacted and she was hauled off. Maybe she didn’t have tickets to the concert. Maybe she tried pushing her way around the audience. Maybe she tried to get in one of the other shows that were playing at the Palladium.

Breaking the mold of being the stereotypical Muslim was her job, but she failed. It’s a shame. She could have been the one who made Islam great again. Darn. She almost had it! Maybe she can try that when she’s done serving her sentencing.

If Somali Muslim migrants come here to commit a crime, then they should stay home. It’s not OK to migrate to another country and become a criminal while milking the welfare system like many people do.

We want to make America great, so please keep your migrants and stop sending us criminals.

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