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Saturday, December 20, 2014

A good reason to own a gun

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Burglary victims catch suspects, hold them for authorities.
Burglary victims catch suspects, hold them for authorities

The victims of a home break-in near Warrior caught the alleged intruders on Sunday afternoon and held them at gunpoint until authorities could arrive.

A home surveillance system captured video of the suspects breaking into the Wyatt family home on Gobbler Knob Road on Friday afternoon.

The surveillance video shows a woman knocking on the family's home.

When no one answered, a male accomplice kicked the door open. The woman and two men helped themselves to two TVs and several of the family's Christmas presents, including gifts for their 1-year old-son.

The three suspects then drove away in a black Ford Ranger pickup truck.

Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies responded to the Wyatts' home around 9:30 p.m. Friday to investigate the burglary.

Two days later, around 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 14, deputies investigated a second burglary, this one in the 1600 block of New Bethel School Road.

The victim said someone forced open the door to his home and stole a computer monitor, trumpet, knife collection and jewelry, according to Chief Deputy Randy Christian.

While deputies were still on the scene investigating the second burglary, the Wyatts called the sheriff's office to say they had found the suspects who broke into their home and were holding them at gunpoint.

Sarah Wyatt said that by chance, her husband Chris and other relatives recognized the suspects and apprehended them on Sunday afternoon.

"They happened to drive by and we seen them drive by and we knew it was them and we stopped them,” Chris Wyatt said.

The sheriff's office says Wyatt followed the suspects' vehicle as they turned down Gobbler's Knob Mine Road and blocked them in. He and his friends then held them at gunpoint until deputies could get to the scene, Christian said.

Chris Wyatt said the suspects claimed they were lost when the Wyatts confronted them.

"They tried to say that they were lost and we corrected them where they were,” Chris Wyatt said.

Deputies arrived a short time later and took a man and two women into custody. They also found some of the stolen items from the home on New Bethel School Road inside the suspects' truck.

The burglary victim identified his belongings and they were returned to him.

Deputies arrested Eric Paul Stillwell, 38, of Quinton, 29-year-old Natosha Derrick of Jasper and Priscilla Roxanne Mathis of Dora. Deputies said Mathis originally lied about her name.

All three have each been charged with third degree burglary and second degree theft of property for the New Bethel School Road burglary, and authorities say they expect to charge the suspects in the first burglary as well.

The suspects are being held on a $25,000 bond each in the Jefferson County Jail.

The Wyatts are still hopeful they'll get back the things that were stolen.
(This is why everyone should own a gun to defend yourself and hold burglers until the cops arrive. As you can see in the video these people mean business. The burglers met the "business" end of the victims guns.) Story Reports
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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Why Did Eric Garner Die?

(After watching the video you see police arresting a man in the wrong way. They did Not use reasonable force but excessive force to subdue Garner. This was NOT a violent crime scene!

(1) Eric Garner should have complied with the officers and not resisted arrest.
(2) Because he resisted arrest he was put on the ground.
(3) This is where the cops used excessive force and caused him later to die of a heart attack on the way to the hospital.
(4) Yes the cop had his arm around his neck but that didn't cause his death. His Fat neck didn't allow the cop to compress it enough to choke him to death.
(5) The excessive force is visible as the cops held his head to the ground and other cops grouped around him compressing his chest NOT ALLOWING HIM TO BREATHE! He was asthmatic.
(6) This is what caused Eric Garner to die, his excessive chest compression.
(7) The cops IGNORED his plea of "I can't breathe".
(8) The cops said he was arrested for selling cigarettes but NO cigarettes were found on him at the time.
(9) He had been arrested many times before for selling individual cigarettes.

(10) The New York city law that doesn't allow someone to sell, eat or do whatever they want with individual cigarettes after they have bought the pack of cigarettes and PAID the excessive tax on the cigarettes is also the "cause" of Eric Garner death.

So who is to blame for Eric Garner's death? Eric Garner for resisting arrest, the cops that used excessive force and compressed his chest and the city of New York for making a law that contributed to his death.

Al sharpton and his type will hype this story and whip up people with lies about Eric Garner being "choked to death" because of his race. People will sell "I can't breathe tee shirts etc. The state run media will milk this story for all its worth and Bubba will buy a tee shirt that says "I can't breathe".

Americans who smoke eventually all say "I can't breathe" even those who are on oxygen and still smoke!) Story Reports Comment

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Sheriff Clarke Tells It Like It Is About Ferguson MO

Sheriff Clarke ~ Irresponsible Groups Descended on Ferguson MO Like Vultures on a Roadside Carcass
Nov 12, 2014

NATIONAL PRESS CLUB, WASHINGTON D.C.-- Sheriff Clarke talks about Ferguson Missouri and how politicians and irresponsible groups came like vultures on a roadside carcass to exploit the situation. Eric Holder made a bad situation worse with self-serving rhetoric. 9-17-14

Clarke is a lifelong resident of the City of Milwaukee and in March 2002 was appointed Sheriff by Governor Scott McCallum, and eight months later was elected to his first four-year term, earning 64%of the vote. Sheriff Clarke is now in his third term, having been re-elected in November 2006 and 2010, increasing his victory margins to 73% and 74%.

Clarke graduated summa cum laude from Concordia University Wisconsin with a degree in Criminal Justice Management, and in May 2003, Concordia honored him with their Alumnus of the Year Award. Sheriff Clarke also is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. This prestigious school trains law enforcement executives from all over the world, and provides management and leadership instruction. In July 2004, he completed the intensive three-week Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government, at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Sheriff Clarke was honored in May 2013, with the Sheriff of the Year Award from the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association for, “demonstrating true leadership and courage. . . staying true to his oath, true to his badge, and true to the people he has promised to serve and protect.”
(Bubba this man knows what he is talking about. He is right, holder is an SOB. Sheriff Clarke is warning us about obama and holder who are both criminals. A majority of Americans who voted in Nov would agree with Sheriff Clark. I know I do.) Story Reports

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Mark Levin on Ferguson

Brown earlier stealing cigars from a local store and assaulting the owner.
Mark Levin on Ferguson: 'What We Are Witnessing Now Is the Left's War on the Civil Society'
From Mark Levin's Facebook page:

Ferguson burns and violence has been unleashed thanks to the reckless liberal media, the lawless administration (especially Eric Holder) exploiting the shooting to smear police departments across the nation, phony civil rights demagogues, race-baiting politicians, and radical hate groups.

The lies about why and how Officer Darrin Wilson shot Michael Brown started on day one and never ended. The indisputable facts are that Brown was shot because he assaulted a police officer, attempted to take the officer's pistol resulting in two close range gun shots in the police cruiser, and then turned around and charged the officer as he was being pursued. The entire event was precipitated by Brown earlier stealing cigars from a local store and assaulting the owner.

What we are witnessing now is the left's war on the civil society. It's time to speak out in defense of law enforcement and others trying to protect the community and uphold the rule law.
Officer Darren Wilson's Story of Shooting Michael Brown
Officer Darren Wilson's Story of Shooting Michael Brown What really happened.
Officer Darren Wilson said Michael Brown "had the most intense aggressive face I've ever seen on a person," when the unarmed 18-year-old turned to face him after the two struggled in Wilson's patrol car, and the teen kept coming at him even after he'd shot him multiple times.

"After I fired multiple shots I paused for a second, yelled at him to get on the ground again, he was in the same state. Still charging in, hands still in his waistband," Wilson told police investigators the morning after the fatal shooting.

"I fired another set of shots. Same thing, still running at me, hadn't slowed down, hands still in his waistband," Wilson said. "He gets about eight to 10 feet away, he's still coming at me in the same way. I fired more shots. One of those, however many of them, hit on him in the head and he went down right there."

Wilson's account was part of the evidence presented to the grand jury that investigated the Aug. 9 shooting.

The evidence was released by the St. Louis County prosecutor Monday evening after the grand jury declined to indict Wilson.

Wilson said he had heard that someone had stolen cigarillos from the nearby Ferguson Market just before he saw two young men walking in the middle of the street, disrupting traffic.

He said that after he asked the two to move onto the sidewalk, one said, "F*** what you have to say," as they passed him.

"When he said that, it drew my attention totally to Brown," he said. "It was a very unusual and not expected response from a simple request."

Then he noticed that Brown was carrying packages of cigarillos, which had been reported stolen, he said.

He called for backup and then backed up his car to cut them off, he said. When he started to open the door and called to Brown, the young man responded: "What the f*** are you gonna do?" he said.

The officer told investigators that when he tried to open the door, Brown slammed it shut.

"He was just staring at me, almost like to intimidate me or to overpower me," Wilson said. "The intense face he has was just not what I expected."

Wilson said he tried to open his door again, telling Brown to "get the f*** back," but Brown grabbed the door and slammed it, then ducked his head inside the open window.

"I don't remember seeing him come at me, but I was hit right here in the side of the face with a fist," Wilson said. "I think it was a full-on swing, but not a full shot."

When Brown turned to give the cigarillos he was carrying in his left hand to the other young man, Wilson tried to grab his right "to get out, to have some type of control and not be trapped in my car anymore," he said.

"And when I grabbed him, the only way I can describe it is I felt like a 5-year-old holding onto Hulk Hogan," he said.

As the two struggled, with Wilson seated inside the car and Brown leaning in through the open window, he tried to get his mace canister but couldn't reach it, according to the officer's account.

"I thought I was already compromised enough. I drew my firearm, I pointed at him," Wilson said.

He said that when he warned Brown he was going to shoot him and told him to get on the ground, the teen grabbed the gun and said "You are too much of a p***y to shoot me."

"When he grabbed my gun, he twisted it, pointed at me and into my hip pelvic area," he said.

"I know his hand was around my trigger finger which was inside the trigger guard, and when he grabbed it he pushed it down and angled it to where it was like this in my hip," Wilson said. "I was guaranteed he was going to shoot me."

Brown had "completely overpowered" him, Wilson said, but he was able to twist the gun around and get a shot off, and then another, but he didn't know what he had hit.

"It was a, just one of these to get him off me," Wilson said.

He said he radioed for more patrol cars, then yelled for Brown, who was running then, to stop and get on the ground.

Brown stopped, but he didn't get down, Wilson said.

"When he stopped, he turned, looked at me, made like a grunting noise and had the most intense aggressive face I've ever seen on a person," Wilson said.
Official autopsy shows Michael Brown had close-range wound to his hand, marijuana in system
Alfred Staubus, a consultant in forensic toxicology at the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, said that THC could impair judgment or slow reaction times but that there was no reliable measurement to make those conclusions.

States that have legalized marijuana have struggled with the issue of how to measure impairment.

“The detection of THC in the postmortem blood of Michael Brown really indicates his recent use of marijuana (within a few hours) and that he may or may not have been impaired at the time of his death,” Staubus wrote in an email.
Associated Press review of thousands of pages of grand jury documents reveals numerous examples of statements made during the shooting investigation that were inconsistent, fabricated or provably wrong.
(Officer Darren Wilson feared for his life. He was defending himself and others from a "wild hog". THC bubba means brown was high from smoking pot. Because he was high he continued to charge the officer. The officer did act correctly considering brown would not stop and get on the ground as instructed after he had tried to grab the officers gun. Officer Darren Wilson did what he had to. He deserves an apology from the state run media.

Obama said, "This disease will be contained, it will be defeated". He was talking about himself. His disease and holder's is setting up the media to incite riots and infect the minds of people like Bubba to carry his water.) Story Reports

Friday, November 21, 2014

The American Flag Our National Symbol

Russ Cassell Hour 4 Pod Cast Woodruff SC Flag Rally 9/19/14
Russ Cassel Show Hours 1,3 and 4 Pod Cast Woodruff SC Flag Rally 9/19/14
Russ Cassell Pod casts also available via ROKU and (
I thought about what I could write about concerning what the TRAITOR who calls himself obama has done.

I think its past time for American citizens who love this country to act to save this country from total destruction.

I'm talking about the destruction of the U.S. by people in congress, supreme court and "presidents" who ignore the US Constitution and make their own laws without the consent of the people.

Americans need to rally to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution and their personal freedoms from enemies within this country and the U.S. government.

People like obama and others who make their own laws, decrees or regulations that are unconstitutional and take away our freedoms that patriots have fought and died for need to be STOPPED!!!

Today I am adding a past pod cast from a local broadcaster who will inspire you to FIGHT for your freedom as other Americans have in the past to preserve your ability to preserve, defend and protect the U.S. Constitution.
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