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Mother is JAILED for a week for not vaccinating her nine-year-old son after agreeing to do so in a custody battle

Insanity! Mother is JAILED for a week for not vaccinating her nine-year-old son after agreeing to do so in a custody battle with his father --A mother was taken to jail for refusing to vaccinate her 9-year-old son | 04 Oct 2017 | A mother-of-two was handcuffed and booked into jail for a week after refusing to take her nine-year-old son to be vaccinated. Rebecca Bredow, from suburban Detroit, agreed to immunize her son last November during a custody battle with her husband, the judge noted in court on Wednesday. Her ex-husband wanted their son to receive all of his vaccines, but Bredow thought it was best not to vaccinate, so the pair had to come to an agreement in court...Bredow told WXYZ she was permitted to delay her son's shots for personal, medical or religious reasons. [Nut-job] Judge Karen McDonald granted him temporary custody and ordered the son to be vaccinated while his mother is in jail.

Las Vegas victim gets out of bed to shake President Trump's hand despite being shot in the leg during Mandalay Bay massacre

Las Vegas victim gets out of bed to shake President Trump's hand despite being shot in the leg during Mandalay Bay massacre | 04 Oct 2017 | A man who was shot in the leg during the Las Vegas mass shooting didn't let his injury hold him back from standing up to greet President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Thomas Gunderson was attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Sunday night when he was horrifically injured when Stephen Paddock, 64, sprayed bullets on more than 20,000 concertgoers. Gunderson, of California, said he was running toward Mandalay Bay when a bullet pierced his leg...On Gunderson's patient board in his hospital room, he also had the hashtag '#MAGA' written under the statement: 'What's important to me.'

Receipt Shows Paddock Had Another Guest in His Room Before Shooting

Receipt Shows Paddock Had Another Guest in His Room Before Shooting --Gunman ordered for two on September 27, four days before massacre | 04 Oct 2017 | An image posted on Facebook by a man who claims he served Stephen Paddock room service shows that the gunman was with a guest during his time at the Mandalay Bay hotel four days before the massacre took place. The receipt shows an employee named Antonio served two guests an "IRD_MB," which means "In Room Dining, Mandalay Bay." The table number is "32135" - which equates to Paddock’s room number (135) on the 32nd floor...The receipt shows the number "2" next to the word "Guests". The date on the receipt also says September 27, whereas authorities assert that Paddock checked in the day after on September 28.

Hotel Guest Next Door to Las Vegas Shooter Saw 'Multiple Gunmen'

Hotel Guest Next Door to Las Vegas Shooter Saw 'Multiple Gunmen' | 03 Oct 2017 | An Australian man who was staying in the room next to the shooter in the Mandalay Bay has confirmed he witnessed multiple gunmen involved in the Las Vegas attack. "There were multiple people dead and multiple shooters. I was just hiding waiting for police to come get us. I got outside safely and was hiding in bushes," Brian Hodge told Australia's Courier-Mail. Mr. Hodge, who was staying in room 32134, next door to Stephen Paddock in room 32135, also provided important information when he revealed that a security guard was killed by police. "My floor is a crime scene. They killed a security guard on my floor." ...Wendy Miller from Cooroy, on the Sunshine Coast -- another Australian caught up in the Las Vegas shooting -- may have provided a missing piece of the puzzle. Also speaking to the Courier-Mail, Ms Miller said...she saw what she described as a "man of interest" run by. Ms Miller said the man sprinted through her hotel after coming off an escalator from the Mandalay Bay. "The man that they [security] were chasing was wearing a security jacket like them," she said.

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock set up cameras outside his hotel room

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock set up cameras outside his hotel room | 03 Oct 2017 | The [alleged] Las Vegas gunman set up cameras inside and outside his hotel room before firing for nine minutes at the concert crowd below. Police revealed that Stephen Paddock had placed one camera in a food service cart outside his room before he fired on concertgoers at a "progressively rapid rate" through windows on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. In the latest news conference, Sheriff Joe Lombardo said all but three of the 59 who were killed have now been identified.

Pentagon chief says US should 'stay with' Iran nuclear deal

Pentagon chief says US should 'stay with' Iran nuclear deal | 03 Oct 2017 | The US should stay in the Iran nuclear deal if Tehran is found to be "living by the agreement," US Defense Secretary James Mattis said. President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to scrap what he has called the "worst deal ever negotiated." "The point I would make is that if we can confirm that Iran is living by the agreement, if we can determine that this is in our best interest, then clearly we should stay with it," Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. "I believe at this point in time, absent indications to the contrary, it is something that the president should consider staying with." Iran is "not in a material breach of the agreement," said General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Watching 'far-right propaganda' or accessing jihadi websites could result in 15-year jail term - Tory Home Secretary

Watching 'far-right propaganda' or accessing jihadi websites could result in 15-year jail term - Tory Home Secretary Amber Rudd | 03 Oct 2017 | Watching streamed extremist material online will be a criminal offence under plans to crackdown on terrorist propaganda. Home Secretary Amber Rudd will say those found guilty of repeatedly viewing terrorist material could face up to 15 years in jail. The new law will extend an existing ban on downloading and possessing the content on a PC to repeatedly watching it through sites like YouTube. Ms Rudd said: "I want to make sure those who view despicable terrorist content online including jihadi websites, far-right propaganda and bomb-making instructions face the full force of the law."

Marseille suspect had 7 identities, was released by police day before attack

Marseille suspect had 7 identities, was released by police day before attack | 02 Oct 2017 | The main suspect in a Marseille attack in which two women were stabbed to death had been arrested and let go in Lyon two days before the assault at the train station, authorities said. His details turned out to be tied to seven IDs in criminal databases. Last Friday, the man was detained in Lyon on suspicions of shoplifting, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said at a press conference Monday. He was nabbed at Lyon Part-Dieu shopping center after being accused of stealing a jacket, but was released the following day due to insufficient evidence.

Las Vegas shooting: Isis claims responsibility for deadliest gun massacre in modern US history

Las Vegas shooting: Isis claims responsibility for deadliest gun massacre in modern US history --Las Vegas shooter used 'weapon of mass destruction', DA says --FBI says no connection with international terror group yet found in ongoing investigation | 02 Oct 2017 | Isis has claimed responsibility for the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history as it continues to lose territory in its self-declared "caliphate". Police said at least 58 people were killed and 500 victims wounded when a gunman opened fire on dense crowds at a concert in Las Vegas. Officials have identified the shooter as Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old white American who had multiple weapons on the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel, where he is believed to have killed himself. A statement published by the group's Amaq propaganda agency claimed the attacker was a "soldier of the Islamic State". Isis also claimed the gunman "converted to Islam several months ago".

More than 50 dead in Las Vegas massacre

More than 50 dead in Las Vegas massacre | 02 Oct 2017 | More than 200 people are wounded, as police shoot dead the gunman on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. (Live updates.)

At least two dead, 24 injured in Las Vegas shooting - reports

At least two dead, 24 injured in Las Vegas shooting - reports | 02 Oct 2017 | At least two people were killed and 24 injured after an attacker opened fire at a country music festival in Las Vegas, according to media reports. Authorities shut down part of the Las Vegas Strip after receiving reports of an active shooter at the Route 91 Harvest festival, near the Mandalay Bay Casino. Reuters said there were at least two fatalities and two dozen were injured with suspected gunshot wounds, citing a hospital official. University Medical Center spokeswoman Danita Cohen told the Associated Press that "several" people were taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds.

Multiple shootings reported at Las Vegas Strip properties

Breaking: Multiple shootings reported at Las Vegas Strip properties | 01 Oct 2017 | Update: 11:41 p.m. PDT  Las Vegas police have confirmed that they are investigating an active shooter situation at Mandalay Bay, the Metropolitan Police Department said on Twitter. The department is asking people to avoid the area. Police are investigating reports of active shooters at other Strip properties including New York-New York. It appeared the shooters were firing down at people from upper-level rooms of Mandalay Bay. FBI SWAT as well as SWAT units from Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Las Vegas were called to the scene, according to police scanner report. Police scanner traffic reported multiple casualties from the incident and possibly two shooters with automatic weapons.

North Korea and US 'in direct contact', says Tillerson

North Korea and US 'in direct contact', says Tillerson | 30 Sept 2017 | The US is in "direct contact" with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said. Mr Tillerson said Washington was "probing" the possibility of talks with Pyongyang, "so stay tuned". "We have lines of communications to Pyongyang," he said during a trip to China. "We're not in a dark situation." North Korea and the US have engaged in heated rhetoric in recent months but it was not previously known they had lines of communication.

Reports of multiple people shot at music festival on Las Vegas Strip

Breaking: Reports of multiple people shot at music festival on Las Vegas Strip --UPDATE - 11:34 p.m. PDT: Witnesses say a shooter let off multiple rounds at the Mandalay Bay at the conclusion of the Harvest Music Festival. Initial shots were reported around 10:30 p.m. PDT | 02 Oct 2017 | There are reports of multiple people shot Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on the Las Vegas Strip. Several people have been sent to UMC Trauma. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has closed traffic from Tropicana Avenue to Russell Road. The public is asked to avoid the area at this time.

Puerto Rico Is Getting a Surge of Aid, Governor Says

Puerto Rico Is Getting a Surge of Aid, Governor Says | 01 Oct 2017 | A surge of fuel and food supplies and federal government personnel has begun to arrive in Puerto Rico, the governor of the storm-battered island said Sunday morning. Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló told reporters that over the next two days, more than half a million barrels of diesel fuel and nearly a million barrels of gasoline would reach Puerto Rico. The fuel is badly needed to power emergency generators and to distribute food and other supplies across the island. Mr. Rosselló said that the Defense Department had increased its footprint on Puerto Rico to 6,400 people, from roughly 4,600 two days earlier, with more coming, and that other federal agencies were also sending more staff to aid in the island's recovery from Hurricane Maria, which smashed through the island on Sept. 20.

Terror in Las Vegas: People run for their lives as at least one gunman opens fire at music festival near Mandalay Bay

Breaking: Terror in Las Vegas: People run for their lives as at least one gunman opens fire at country music festival near Mandalay Bay --Police confirmed that one suspect had been killed --Flights from the city's McCarran International Airport have been suspended --Area has been locked down - media | 02 Oct 2017 | At least two people have been killed and 24 injured after at least one gunman bombarded a Las Vegas country music festival with hundreds of rounds of ammo. The Strip has been completely shut down after the sniper is believed to have opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, located across a junction from the event. Those listening to police scanners reported that the shooter was killed after cops breached a room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay. SWAT teams were seen heading towards the resort in armored vehicles earlier. But unconfirmed reports of gunfire at other locations has some concerned about the possibility of multiple shooters, and police have been spotted en route to the Bellagio hotel, according to CNN.

Reports of active shooter near Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas

Breaking: Reports of active shooter near Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas --One witness told KSVN that he heard "hundreds of shots." | 02 Oct 2017 | Las Vegas police tweeted late Sunday that officers were responding to reports of an active shooter near the famous casino. Police asked people to avoid the area. The Route 91 Harvest Festival was taking place on the Vegas Strip. There was a massive police response. The station reported that there were multiple victims. The area is now on lockdown. All clubs and businesses on the strip are closed.

90% of voters said 'Yes' to independence from Spain - Catalan government

90% of voters said 'Yes' to independence from Spain - Catalan government | 01 Oct 2017 | The overwhelming majority of Catalans who participated in the banned referendum have voted in favor of independence from Spain, the Catalan government has announced. Over two million Catalans, or 90.9 percent of those who voted said 'Yes' in Sunday's referendum, regional authorities said. Only 7,87 percent, or 176,565 voters said 'No' when asked if they want to attain independence from Madrid.

Canada police investigate deadly attack on cop as terrorism

Canada police investigate deadly attack on cop as terrorism | 01 Oct 2017 | An attack on a police officer, who was stabbed after being rammed by a car with an Islamic State flag on the dashboard, and a high-speed chase that injured four pedestrians Saturday evening in Edmonton, Canada, are being investigated as "acts of terrorism," police said. The mayhem began at around 8:15 p.m. when a white Chevrolet Malibu with an IS flag crashed through barricades and rammed an officer who was directing traffic before an Edmonton Eskimos football game, Police Chief Rod Knecht said at a Sunday morning news conference. The car sent the officer "flying through the air 15 feet before colliding with the officer's cruiser" at high speed, he said.

ISIS claims responsibility for Marseille attack after knifeman slaughters two commuters before being shot dead

Marseille train station attack: ISIS claims responsibility for Marseille attack after knifeman slaughters two commuters before being shot dead --Witnesses said attacker shouted 'Allahu Akbar' before cops scrambled to Saint Charles station in southern France | 02 Oct 2017 | ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] has tonight claimed responsibility for the Marseille station attack that left two women dead. The terror group said its "soldier" launched a frenzied knife rampage at Gare Saint Charles -- while screaming "Allahu Akbar", according to witnesses. Passengers were evacuated by armed police this afternoon after soldiers fatally shot the killer knifeman -- a known criminal believed to be in his 30s...The servicemen were deployed as part of Operation Sentinel, a wide-ranging security initiative that has flooded French streets with around 7,000 soldiers.

French soldiers shoot dead knife attacker who, shouting 'Allahu Akbar', killed 2 in Marseille

French soldiers shoot dead knife attacker who, shouting 'Allahu Akbar', killed 2 in Marseille | 01 Oct 2017 | Two people have been killed during a knife attack at a Marseille train station, according to police. The assailant, who was reportedly shouting 'Allahu Akbar,' was shot dead by an army patrol at the scene. The incident took place at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille on Sunday, when a man attacked passers-by with a knife. One person was killed by the assailant at the scene, while another succumbed a short while after, according to police chief Olivier de Mazières.

Active shooter alert issued at U.S. Air Force Academy

Active shooter alert issued at U.S. Air Force Academy | 30 Sept 2017 | An active shooter alert has been issued at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado, sparking a lockdown. The USAFA sent out an alert around 10 p.m. Friday that declared, "AN ACTIVE SHOOTER HAS BEEN DECLARED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT. LOCKDOWN. LOCKDOWN. LOCKDOWN." The El Paso County Sheriff's Office said they are investigating a possible shooter situation. Entry gates to the base have been shut down and military personnel are conducting sweeps in the dormitories. [Update: Police declare false alarm hours after active shooter alert at U.S. Air Force Academy sparked lockdown.]

Trump's tax plan is already in trouble with his own party as plan to axe state and local tax deduction comes under fire from Republicans

Trump's tax plan is already in trouble with his own party as plan to axe state and local tax deduction comes under fire from Republicans --The White House's tax plan proposes to raise $1 trillion over 10 years by eliminating the deduction for the state and local income taxes people pay --That's drawing howls of protest from Republicans whose states charge high income tax rates | 29 Sept 2017 | As President Trump prepares to sell his tax plan to the nation's manufacturing lobby on Friday, his best-laid tax plans have already drawn objections from some fellow Republicans who are fuming over the decision to end deductions for state and local income taxes. The situation will pit the White House against members of Congress from states that pile high income taxes on top of what the federal government takes from paychecks. High-income Californians, for instance, pay as much as 13.3 per cent of their income to the state in addition to their federal taxes. New Yorkers can pay up to 8.82 per cent.

 

Health Secretary Tom Price Resigns After Drawing Ire for Chartered Flights

Health Secretary Tom Price Resigns After Drawing Ire for Chartered Flights | 29 Sept 2017 | Tom Price, the health and human services secretary, resigned under pressure on Friday after racking up at least $400,000 in travel bills for chartered flights and undermining President Trump's promise to drain the swamp of a corrupt and entitled capital. Already in trouble with Mr. Trump for months of unsuccessful efforts to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care program, Mr. Price failed to defuse the president's anger by offering regret and a partial reimbursement...Mr. Trump tapped Don J. Wright, a deputy assistant secretary for health and the director of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, to serve as acting secretary.

Former Memphis police officer arrested near White House with guns

Former Memphis police officer arrested near White House with guns | 25 Sept 2017 | United States Secret Service arrested a former Memphis police officer [Timothy Bates, 37] who had guns near the White House. The incident happened around 7:15 a.m. near the intersections of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C...Nine total firearms and multiple rounds of ammunition were found inside the vehicle.

Podesta emails showed Facebook colluded with Clinton, Assange reminds

Podesta emails showed Facebook colluded with Clinton, Assange reminds | 29 Sept 2017 | As US lawmakers demand social media companies show how their platforms were allegedly used by Russia to meddle in the 2016 election, WikiLeaks co-founder tweeted emails that show Facebook executives in direct communication with one candidate's team. Beginning on October 7 last year, WikiLeaks published hundreds of emails from the private account of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta. The daily drops continued for a couple days after the November 8 election. On Thursday, as US media were speculating about "Russian" meddling on Twitter, Facebook and Reddit, Julian Assange tweeted some of the Podesta emails with a reminder that the social network's leading lights were Clinton fans.

What are mysterious $100M metal towers popping up at tunnels and bridges all over New York and why won't MTA say?

What are the mysterious $100M metal towers popping up at tunnels and bridges all over New York and why won't the MTA say? --Towers 'host cameras, traffic monitoring and other equipment related to homeland security' - Shams Tarek, MTA spokesman | 28 Sept 2017 | New York's public transportation system has come under fire for spending a whopping $100 million on mysterious metal towers that have popped up at the entrances of tunnel as many New Yorkers remain baffled over how they work. The 30-feet-tall MTA Gateway Towers are a part of Gov Andrew Cuomo's $100 million vision to redesign the MTA's bridges and tunnels in the city. Some people are still unsure about the purpose of these towers, including folks on the MTA board, but according to some officials, the towers will host equipment related to homeland security, such as anti-terror technology.

'Malfunctioning' US missile causes 'several casualties' during Mattis's Afghanistan visit

'Malfunctioning' US missile causes 'several casualties' during Mattis's Afghanistan visit | 27 Sept 2017 | As NATO forces tried to fend off a Taliban attack during the visit of US Secretary of Defense James Mattis to Kabul, a "tragic malfunction" during a US air strike resulted in a number of civilian casualties. "During a failed attack today, insurgents fired several rounds of high-explosive ammunition, including mortars, into the vicinity of Hamid Karzai International Airport and detonated suicide vests endangering a great number of civilians," said a statement from NATO's Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan. Officials said an investigation into the "malfunction" is underway and promised to release more details about the attack.

NYU's Deplorable Professor Goes After John Jay Professor Over 'Dead Cops'

NYU's Deplorable Professor Goes After John Jay Professor Over 'Dead Cops' | 27 Sept 2017 | John Jay College Adjunct Professor and former Adjunct Professor of Macroeconomics at NYU Michael Isaacson came under fire recently over a tweet he posted on Aug. 23 which said, "Some of y'all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it's a privilege to teach future dead cops." Isaacson was put on administrative leave Friday, Sept. 15, due to safety concerns stemming from multiple threats both he and the school had received over the tweet. NYU's own "Deplorable Professor" Michael Rectenwald [CLG Founder] said in an interview with WSN that he was discontent. "He [Isaacson] doesn't know anything about [United States] law, apparently," Rectenwald said. "I think that he believes -- like most people in Antifa and a lot of people that are fellow travelers with them amongst the social justice left -- that they are the arbiters of allowable speech and assembly."

Cops tell activists their 'free speech ball' 'scared' students

Cops tell activists their "free speech ball" "scared" students ... "People are reporting that they’re scared of the beach ball, and what’s going on here" | 26 Sept 2017 | A video obtained by Campus Reform shows activists at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville being told by police officers that their "free-speech ball" was "scaring" students." ... "I’m not going to try to infringe on your Constitutional rights, but at the same time everybody else around here has rights also," the officer went on. "And they have a right to go to and from class, and not feel intimidated by what you're representing or your ball." [No, no one has a right to be undisturbed by the expression of others. There is no such right. This is a complete fabrication. -- MDR]

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