Men who killed black man in racial attack in Australia – revealed

Clinton David Rintoull and Dylan Giuseppe Sabatino bashed Sudanese refugee Liep Gony to death minutes after one was heard yelling: “I guess I’ll go and take my anger out on some niggers., have finally been revealed.

They have tried to conceal their faces in fear of retaliation…..”fear of retaliation”, sounds funny coming from two guys that decided to beat a guy to death because he was a “black”.Rintoull pleaded guilty to murder and was jailed for 20 years with a minimum of 16 years. Sabatino, 21, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and must serve at least six years of a 10-year term. The terms in itself is part of the problem

BTW – Im guessing with surnames of Rintoull and Sabatino, your family is certainly not “natives” of Australia and once moved to Australia to make a better life for themself.

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“Chemical Ali”, executed today in Iraq.

As previously reported last week Saddam Hussein’s cousin Ali Hassan al-Majeed — also known as Chemical Ali — was was going to be executed. He was finally executed today according to Iraqi officials.

He was hanged after having been convicted on 13 counts of killings and genocide, Ali al-Dabagh said.

Al-Majeed had been sentenced to death in four separate trials, including one that focused on his involvement in a poison gas attack against Iraqi Kurds that killed about 5,000 people.

Published in: on January 25, 2010 at 12:14 pm  Leave a Comment  
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The Millitary Report about the Ft. Hood Shootings does not mention Major Nidal Hasan

Errr, Perhaps there was another shooting that happened at Ft Hood by a nameless person that never actually made the news?

U.S. military’s just-released report into the Fort Hood shootings spends 86 pages detailing various slipups by Army officers but not once mentions Major Nidal Hasan by name or even discusses whether the killings may have had anything to do with the suspect’s view of his Muslim faith. And as Congress opens two days of hearings on Wednesday into the Pentagon probe of the Nov. 5 attack that left 13 dead, lawmakers want explanations for that omission.

Leaders of the two-month Pentagon review, former Army Secretary Togo West and the Navy’s onetime top admiral, Vernon Clark, told reporters last week that they didn’t drill down into Hasan’s motives. “Our concern is with actions and effects, not necessarily with motivations,” West said. Added Clark: “We certainly do not cite a particular group.” Part of their reticence, they said, was to avoid running afoul of the criminal probe of Hasan that is now under way. Both are declining interview requests before their congressional testimony, a Pentagon spokesman said.

Published in: on January 20, 2010 at 12:41 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Ali Hassan al-Majid a.k.a Chemical Ali sentenced to death

One of Saddam Hussein’s most loathed henchman, Ali Hassan al-Majid, otherwise known as Chemical Ali, will be hanged within days, a senior official said tonight.

Good.

The former spy chief and first cousin of Saddam was today sentenced to death for ordering the slaughter of more than 5,000 Kurds in the northern Iraqi town of Halabja with chemical weapons in 1988.

“We will receive Chemical Ali from the Americans in the next few days and he will be executed very soon afterwards,” said Ibrahim. Majid was sentenced by Iraq’s high criminal court. All remaining prosecutions he faces are now expected to be set aside

Published in: on January 18, 2010 at 9:44 am  Leave a Comment  
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Israel took organs from the dead…without permission

Ewww and just WRONG!

The revelation came from an interview with Dr. Yehuda Hiss, former head of the country’s Abu Kabir forensic institute, which was broadcast on Israel’s Channel 2 this weekend. “We started to harvest corneas….Whatever was done was highly informal. No permission was asked from the family,” Hiss said in the interview. The “harvesting” occured in the 1990’s.
The Israeli military confirmed the practice took place but said: “This activity ended a decade ago and does not happen any longer.”

Well I certainly hope so

Published in: on December 22, 2009 at 9:24 am  Leave a Comment  
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Mafia Hit caught on Video

Graphic Video

It was pretty amazing to watch the video in its entirelty, there were so many people around. You see the hit at about the 3.40 mark and then no-one was around.

The video, from five months ago, shows a man in a baseball hat shooting Mariano Bacio Tarracino, 53, who had a Mafia criminal record. He then fires a shot into Tarracino’s head.

Although the killer’s face was visible and there were several bystanders, police have been unable to identify him. None of the witnesses appears to react to the shooting, and police believe that they may fear retaliation.

but with the measly award they are offering, no wonder no-one has come forward, this is the Mafia people, you woudl need to offer millions and move people out of the country with a new identity

Published in: on October 30, 2009 at 9:11 am  Leave a Comment  
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Anti-abortion activist shot in front of High School, another close by

This morning a anti-abortion activist was protesting in front of a school when they were shot and killed. The shooting happened around the time when most students were in class and the suspect has been taken into custody. Another man around the corner was also shot and killed, the police suspect the same man did it. He is in custody and has been charged

It does not matter what side of the fence you are on, both sides have a right to protest, safely. Protestors have a right to protest and must always be mindful of others who are for them and against them but also for the passerbys around them that dont want to be inconvienced no matter how much you think everyone should care about your cause.

So sad.

Published in: on September 11, 2009 at 7:54 am  Leave a Comment  
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