Islamic State Uses Chainsaw to Hack Nine Iraqi Teens in Half

Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) jihadists reportedly tied nine young men to iron poles in Mosul before hacking them in half with a chainsaw.

The young men, identified as teens by the Daily Star, were sentenced to death by an ISIS sharia for allegedly being involved in a resistance movement.

U.S.-backed Iraqi forces are getting ready to launch an offensive to retake Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city and the terrorist group’s last major stronghold in the country.

The young men were executed in public.

“ISIS fighters have executed nine youths of Mosul. The outfit accused that these youths belonged to an anti-ISIS resistance faction,” an anonymous source told Iraqi News, according to the Daily Mail.

“The death sentence pronounced by ISIS sharia court stated that the men should be tied to an iron pole in the centre of Tal Afar Square in Mosul and then sliced into two with an electric chainsaw,” added the source.

Thousands of Mosul citizens have been executed since ISIS took control of the city in 2014.

Last month, the terrorist group forced some Mosul residents to watch as six men were boiled alive.

“Gay men have been routinely thrown off buildings by ISIS savages while some prisoners have even been dissolved to their deaths using nitric acid,” notes the Daily Star.

The chief of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), which overseas U.S. military operations in the Middle East, said this week that the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) are “on track” to recapture Mosul from ISIS “by the end of the year.”

“My assessment… I think is that they are on track to achieve that objective. They own the timeline here for this, and so we’ll continue to work very, very closely with them and insure that we can support their operations when their ready to go,” he said. “But I think we are proceeding a pace exactly where we hope to be at this particular time…”

He noted that momentum against ISIS has increased as the terrorist group loses territory in its self-proclaimed “caliphate” in Iraq and Syria nearly two years after the jihadists seized large swathes of territory there.

Source: Islamic State Uses Chainsaw to Hack Nine Iraqi Teens in Half

Strange signal from space was actually coming from Earth | New York Post

TRUTH BOMBS: Because these atheist actually believe that there is intelligent life out there!!

ARTICLE: A mysterious signal Image result for laughing giffrom space that researchers said was a strong indication of alien life in a star system 95 light years away was actually just coming from planet Earth.Red-faced eggheads at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence program on Wednesday clarified reports that the strong signal came from the Hercules solar system.Russian scientists had detected the signal coming from the direction of that system — but further analysis determined it likely came from Earth.

Source: Strange signal from space was actually coming from Earth | New York Post

‘May God Protect Us From the Backlash in the Streets’: Egypt’s New Law on Churches Angers Christian Critics | TheBlaze.com

TRUTH BOMBS: Legislation is also a form of persecution! Remember that Americans when reading about the troubles our brothers are having overseas.

ARTICLE: CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s lawmakers on Tuesday passed the country’s first law spelling out the rules for building a church, a step Christians have long hoped would free up construction that was often blocked by authorities. But angry critics in the community say the law will only enshrine the restrictions.

Church building has for decades been one of the most sensitive sectarian issues in Egypt, where 10 percent of the population of 90 million are Christians but where Muslim hardliners sharply oppose anything they see as undermining what they call the country’s “Islamic character.”

A man and woman pray at the Cavern Church, and the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus, famously known as the Abu Serga Church, in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

A man and woman pray at the Cavern Church, and the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus, famously known as the Abu Serga Church, in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Local authorities often refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim ultraconservatives. Faced with refusals, Christians turned to building illegally or setting up churches in other buildings, which in many cases prompted riots and attacks by ultraconservatives. In contrast, building a mosque faces few restrictions.

Christians had hoped that the law would enshrine broad rights to build, encouraged by promises from President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. The Christian minority has been among el-Sissi’s staunchest supporters ever since, as army chief, he led the military’s ouster Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in 2013 and launched a heavy crackdown on Morsi’s supporters.

Egyptian Christian girls light candles in the Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Egyptian Christian girls light candles in the Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

But the law left critics, including some Christian lawmakers, embittered, warning that it will maintain Christians’ second-class status. The Coptic Orthodox Church, to which most Egyptian Christians belong, had at first opposed the bill but later backed it — and critics say it bent to heavy government pressure.

Under the law passed Tuesday, Christians must apply to the local provincial governor when they want to build a church.

The law stipulates that the size of the church must be “appropriate” to the number of Christians in the area. According to an official supplement to the law, the governor should also take into account “the preservation of security and public order” when considering the application.

A general view of the Cave Cathedral or St. Sama'ans Church on the Mokattam hills overlooking Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

A general view of the Cave Cathedral or St. Sama’ans Church on the Mokattam hills overlooking Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

The law “empowers the majority to decide whether the minority has the right to hold their religious practices,” said Ishaq Ibrahim, a top researcher in the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights.

The law passed with support of two-thirds of the 596 lawmakers in the House of Representatives, according to Egypt’s state agency. Though many of the body’s 36 Christian members had previously spoken out against it, in the end they largely voted in favor.

A painting of Jesus Christ on the ceiling of St. George Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

A painting of Jesus Christ on the ceiling of St. George Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

One Christian lawmaker, Nadia Henary, said the law is flawed and still allows constraints on churches. “But we have to respect the opinion of the majority,” she said. “I am a daughter of the Church and I respect the priests and the Church leadership.”

Father Sergius, a top official in the Coptic Church, praised the law as “historic,” saying, “The church and the government reached a reconciliatory agreement. Thank God we have this law now.”

Father Abdel-Masseh Basit, head of the Church’s Bible Studies Center, said the law was a grudging compromise. “We are no longer talking about a constitutional right but about negotiations,” he said. “The church couldn’t reject the law because it will put the state in a bad spot.”

Christian children hang around the Coptic Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Christian children hang around the Coptic Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

He said the law means church-building will now depend on the flexibility of each governor. “In the cities, the governors are already flexible but in southern Egypt and in the villages, it is a different story.” There, governors are more vulnerable to demands by Salafis, the ultraconservative Muslim movement, parts of which back el-Sissi.

The law passed with support of two-thirds of the lawmakers, according to Egypt’s state agency. Eleven members of the Salafi Nour Party boycotted the vote, saying the law gives Christians too much freedom to build and will anger Muslims.

“May God protect us from the backlash in the streets,” said Mohammed Ubaidi, a Nour lawmaker.

Ethiopian women visit the Coptic Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Ethiopian women visit the Coptic Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Christian activist and researcher Nader Shukry said the security and order provisions connected to the law still mean authorities can still use threats of mob violence as an excuse to ban church construction.

“What if Salafis protest against the construction of a church, would this prompt the governor to turn down the request, for fear of national security?” he said.

He and other activists also warned that authorities can also limit churches by citing the article that restricts the size of churches according to the size of the local Christian community, because there are no official statistics on the Christian population.

The government has never released an official figure for the Christian population, viewing the statistic as a sensitive national security matter. Activists believe the government doesn’t want to show how large the community actually is.

A worker renovates part of the Cavern Church, and the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus, famously known as the Abu Serga Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

A worker renovates part of the Cavern Church, and the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus, famously known as the Abu Serga Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

Youssef Sedhom, the chief editor of the Coptic weekly Watani, wrote Sunday that the law shows the state wants to continue to have “full mandate and monopoly” over the Copts and their churches. The provisions are “vague” and empower local authorities to say “yes, this is allowed” or “no, this is not allowed,” he wrote.

The law does allow churches built without permits in the past to be recognized, if the construction meets regulations and if religious rites have been held there over the past five years.

But critics say that many such churches were shut down by force, so no rites were held, while others were not built according to specifications since they were hastily converted from residential buildings.

Among critics, the law fueled a sense of betrayal by el-Sissi and anger at the Coptic Church, led by Pope Tawadros II, because the bill was worked out in direct negotiations between the Church and government behind closed doors.

Christians saw the law as a reward for their staunch support for el-Sissi. On Aug. 14, 2013, security forces broke up two giant protest camps by Morsi supporters, killing hundreds. In retaliation, Islamists attacked nearly 70 churches and priests’ houses around the country.

“We choose to remain silent that day (Aug. 14) knowing that this is not the time to speak. Now, we feel this has gone in vain,” Tadros Kaldas, a Christian lawmaker, told The Associated Press. He blamed the law on authorities “fear of (Muslim) ultraconservatives.”

The Coptic Church’s position on the law has fluctuated. On Aug 18, it rejected the draft bill, calling it “dangerous to national unity.”

But days later, Tawadros met with Prime Minister Sherif Ismail. The pope then met with the Church’s Sacred Congregation, a body of 105 top officials, bishops and heads of monasteries. The congregation then issued a statement accepting the bill.

A general view of the Cave Cathedral or St. Sama'ans Church on the Mokattam hills overlooking Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

A general view of the Cave Cathedral or St. Sama’ans Church on the Mokattam hills overlooking Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

“The government has killed the dream,” said Emad Gad, a Christian lawmaker. The state is telling Christians, “You aren’t going to be full citizens in a state that strips away the national identity and puts a Salafi one on in its place.”

Source: ‘May God Protect Us From the Backlash in the Streets’: Egypt’s New Law on Churches Angers Christian Critics | TheBlaze.com

Cracked from jail: Obama frees more inmates than 10 presidents combined

TRUTH BOMBS: So now Obama acts as our Judges too! This form of control is known as tyranny ladies and gentlemen.

ARTICLE: President Obama on Tuesday commuted the sentences of another 111 convicted drug felons, mostly dealers, bringing the total to 673 inmates freed under his executive power.

And there are likely many more reprieves to come.

The White House tweeted the announcement and the following chart Tuesday afternoon, stating: “BREAKING: @POTUS just commuted 111 people, bringing the total to more than the past 10 presidents combined.”


Obama appears intent on setting records for sentence commutations. As WND reported less than four weeks ago, the White House boasted of springing more prisoners than nine presidents combined.

Most of the inmates are drug dealers, many armed when they committed their crimes. Many trafficked cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine. Nearly a third of the prisoners whose sentenced Obama has commuted are serving life sentences.

“They are individuals who received unduly harsh sentences under outdated laws for committing largely nonviolent drug crimes, for example, the 35 individuals whose life sentences were commuted today,” White House Counsel Neil Eggleston said in a blog post Tuesday. “For each of these applicants, the president considers the individual merits of each application to determine that an applicant is ready to make use of his or her second chance.”

But most of the offenders on the list are not small-time criminals.

“As we’ve seen throughout the year, while Obama touts these criminals as low-level drug offenders, almost everyone in the federal system is a hardcore drug trafficker in which violent crime is a way of life,” wrote David Horowitz at the Conservative Review. “Many of the sentences were originally plead down simply because it is always easier to nail a prosecution on drug charges, even when the individual was originally arrested for armed robbery or even murder. A quick search shows that at least 16 of these individuals were convicted of firearms charges, including using a firearm in the furtherance of drug trafficking. This, at a time when Obama is trying to clamp down on law-abiding gun owners.”

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Horowitz also noted that Republicans aren’t pushing back against Obama’s jailbreak plans.

“House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La. (D, 64%) and Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. (F, 53%) are busy drumming up support for a major push on sentencing reductions, which will empower liberal judges to saddle us with more Willie Hortons,” he wrote. “Next Thursday, Scalise is planning to hold a member briefing making the case to House members that this is the hill to die on for the September session.”

Pointing to the recent Supreme Court’s decision to retroactively “invalidate” a statute concerning repeat offenders, Horowitz also explained that thousands of America’s worst criminals may now see their cases reopened.

“Liberal district judges (40% of active bench appointed by Obama) will be able to release even some of the criminals deemed to violent by Obama’s Justice Department,” Horowitz explained.

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On Tuesday, the president commuted the sentences of the following 111 people:

  • Malik Abuhamid Ibm Wakil Abdunafi – Baltimore, Maryland
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute at least 500 grams of cocaine, at least 50 grams of cocaine base (crack), heroin and marijuana; distribution of cocaine and cocaine base (crack); distribution of heroin; possession with intent to distribute more than 500 grams of cocaine, at least five grams of cocaine base (crack), heroin, and marijuana
  • Quentin C. Adams – St. Louis, Missouri
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine base (two counts); distribution of cocaine base
  • Sly Stallone Aikens – Hickory Grove, South Carolina
    Offense: Knowingly using and carrying a firearm during and in relation to, and possessing the firearm in furtherance of, a drug trafficking crime (two counts)
  • Michael Alexander – Charlotte, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base
  • Alfonso Allen – Miami, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base; distribution of cocaine base (two counts); possession with intent to distribute cocaine, cocaine base and marijuana; possession of a short barreled shotgun in furtherance of a felony drug offense; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; possession of an unregistered short barreled shotgun
  • Brian Allen Altman – New Berlin, Wisconsin
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine; possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime (two counts)
  • Maurice D. Ball –Kansas City, Missouri
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • John Franklin Banks – Lynchburg, Virginia
    Offense: Continuing criminal enterprise
  • Mancer L. Barrington III – Norfolk, Virginia
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Tyrie Bell – Sauk Village, Illinois
    Offense: Possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute
  • Ronald Owen Bilbrey Jr. – Winter Haven, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to traffic in controlled substances; possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine (two counts); attempted possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine; possession with intent to distribute cocaine; possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine; distribution of methamphetamine (three counts); possession of ephedrine with intent to manufacture methamphetamine
  • Tremayne Kendrick Blackwell – Charlotte, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute quantities of cocaine and cocaine base
  • Corey Lyndell Blount – Houston, Texas
    Offense: Use of a communication facility in facilitating the commission of felonies under the Controlled Substance Act; continuing criminal enterprise
  • Ronald Lee Blount Jr. – Houston, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine; use of a communication facility in facilitating the commission of felonies under the Controlled Substance Act
  • Jerome Lee Borders – Statesville, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; conspiracy to commit money laundering
  • Brad Bradley Bradford – Tampa, Florida
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Charles Lee Brandon – Bay City, Michigan
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute five grams or more of cocaine base
  • Walter Breland – Statesville, North Carolina
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine base; possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime; felon in possession of a firearm
  • Eugene Kenneth Brinson – Newark, New Jersey
    Offense: Possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; possess with intent to distribute cocaine hydrochloride and heroin; possess with intent to distribute marijuana
  • Roosevelt Brockington – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Offense: Distribution in excess of five grams of cocaine base
  • Derrick Lewis Bynum – Hyattsville, Maryland
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances; use of a communications device to facilitate narcotics trafficking (three counts); possession with intent to distribute controlled substances (two counts); possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
  • Juan Benito Calbo-Gomez – Corpus Christi, Texas
    Offense: 1) Conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base (crack) and marijuana; 2) Supervised release violation (possession with intent to distribute marijuana)
  • Joseph J. Campbell – Summerville, South Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine and cocaine base; unlawful use of communication facility to facilitate drug trafficking activity
  • Eugene Carlton – Decatur, Georgia
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Shannon Cave – Bronx, New York
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base
  • Fred Charles Jr. – Stopover, Kentucky
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 500 grams of cocaine; use of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime
  • Duane Clasen – Evansville, Wisconsin
    Offense: 1) Distribution of approximately 6.85 grams of methamphetamine (mixture), after having previously been convicted of one or more felony drug offenses; 2) Supervised release violation (distribution of amphetamine)
  • Clarence Douglas Coakley – Dermott, Arkansas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribute cocaine and cocaine base; distribution of cocaine base (two counts)
  • Merlin Coleman – Chicago, Illinois
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance; use of a communication facility to facilitate the commission of the distribution of a controlled substance (three counts); possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Barry Renfold Cooley – Los Angeles, California
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute narcotics
  • Travis Dwaine Corley – Blackville, South Carolina
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base and a quantity of cocaine
  • Warren Dean Cornett – Houston, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute in excess of five kilograms of cocaine and in excess of 50 grams cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute in excess of 500 grams of cocaine; possess with intent to distribute in excess of 50 grams of cocaine base
  • Bobby Richard Cotton Jr. – Tampa, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base
  • Jessee Dane Cox – Crumpler, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess methamphetamine
  • Aubrey Jermaine Cummings – Miami, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute at least 50 grams of cocaine base and at least five kilograms of cocaine hydrochloride
  • Eddie James Davis – Bedford, Ohio
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Henry Deleon – Corpus Christi, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute approximately 2.22 kilograms of a mixture or a substance containing methamphetamine; aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute approximately 2.22 kilograms of a mixture or substance containing methamphetamine
  • James Dillehay – Akron, Ohio
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine
  • William R. Downs – Daytona Beach, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; possession of cocaine base with intent to distribute
  • Jarrett Dunn – Cleveland, Tennessee
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess more than 50 grams cocaine base; conspiracy to distribute and possess more than five kilograms of cocaine hydrochloride; possession with intent to distribute more than five grams cocaine base
  • Robert Anthony Eberhart – Garner, North Carolina
    Offense: Distribution of cocaine base; possession of a firearm during drug trafficking
  • Darryl Dewayne Edwards – Port Arthur, Texas
    Offense: Attempt to manufacture 50 grams or more of cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine base; possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime; possession of a firearm by a felon
  • Darryl Ellis – Fort Pierce, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine base; aiding and abetting
  • Mark Foster – Waterford Works, New Jersey
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine; carrying or possessing a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime
  • Craig William Frazier – Great Falls, Montana
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute marijuana; possession with intent to distribute marijuana
  • Ricardo Gallardo – Rockford, Illinois
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute, and possess with intent to distribute, five kilograms or more of cocaine and one kilogram or more of heroin; distribution of 2,006 grams of cocaine; possession with intent to distribute 6.02 kilograms of cocaine and 996.9 grams of heroin; money laundering; engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity
  • Jason Gardner – Fort Worth, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base
  • Ricky Lamont Garrett – Waco, Texas
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute at least 50 grams of “crack” cocaine;
  • Orfil Javier Garza – Pacoima, California
    Offense: Possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute; carrying a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking offense
  • Antonio Jevon Gayden – Chicago, Illinois
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute, and/or aid and abet the possession with intent to distribute five grams or more but less than 50 grams of cocaine base after having been previously convicted of a felony drug offense; conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base after having been previously convicted of a felony drug offense
  • Mark Francis Glidden – Clear Lake, Iowa
    Offense: Manufacture and attempt to manufacture five grams or more of methamphetamine (actual) after a prior conviction for a felony drug offense
  • Quincy Allen Goins – Madison, Tennessee
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute in excess of 50 grams of cocaine base
  • David Gonzalez – Houston, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base; aiding and abetting the distribution of five grams or more of cocaine base; aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base
  • Elliott Gray – Baltimore, Maryland
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base, and aiding and abetting
  • Randolph S. Gustave – Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute in excess of 1,000 kilograms of marijuana; conspiracy to launder monetary instruments (two counts)
  • Ali Reno Harden – Dublin, Georgia
    Offense: Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; possession of a firearm having an obliterated serial number; possession with intent to distribute more than five grams of cocaine base; possession of a firearm during the commission of a drug trafficking crime; possession of marijuana
  • Ronnie Lorenzo Hardy – Chipley, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; principal to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; unlawful possession of a firearm; possession of a firearm during a felony drug offense
  • Charles Harrison – Natchez, Mississippi
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Jason Thomas Haslip – Las Vegas, Nevada
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute in excess of 500 grams of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDA or Ecstasy); aiding and abetting possession with intent to distribute 87 capsules and 1,419 tablets of Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDA or Ecstasy); aiding and abetting possession with intent to distribute 27 grams of methamphetamine
  • Monroe Herring – Greensboro, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a quantity of cocaine and cocaine base
  • Emmanuel Herron – Stella, Missouri
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 56.63 grams of crack cocaine; possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
  • Marvin K. Holloway – District Heights, Maryland
    Offense: Unlawful possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base
  • Cory Lamonte Huddleston – St. Louis, Missouri
    Offense: Possession with the intent to distribute in excess of 50 grams of cocaine base
  • Kevin Huff – New Orleans, Louisiana
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; possession with the intent to distribute cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Jose Jasso, Jr. – Progreso, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Isaac Simmons Johnson – Macclenny, Florida
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Samuel Latrell Johnson – Odessa, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base
  • Theodore Johnson – Rock Island, Illinois
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute cocaine base
  • Walter Johnson – Tampa, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base
  • Tony Lamont Jones – Portsmouth, Virginia
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a mixture or substance containing cocaine base; distribution of cocaine base
  • James Howard Jones – Cartersville, Georgia
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base; aided and abetted possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Dirk Ladson – Bronx, New York
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a mixture and substance containing cocaine and cocaine base
  • Mark Lanzilotti – Sewell, New Jersey
    Offense: Conspiracy to manufacture, distribute, and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine; manufacture of methamphetamine and aiding and abetting
  • Michael Freeman Lattimore – Lawndale, North Carolina
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Gary L. Lynch – Rocky Mount, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base (crack) and cocaine
  • Emmanuel Obi Maduka – Detroit, Michigan
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin; conspiracy to import heroin
  • Larry Martin – Chicago, Illinois
    Offense: Drug conspiracy
  • Rudy Martinez – Chicago, Illinois
    Offense: Conspiracy; continuing criminal enterprise; drug distribution (two counts); use of a communication facility in commission of a crime (three counts); interstate travel in aid of racketeering enterprises
  • Victor Eugene Mason – Washington, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of five kilograms or more of cocaine
  • Rodney R. McCain – Suitland, Maryland
    Offense: Distribution and possession with intent to distribute cocaine base; felon in possession of a firearm
  • Kenneth Russell McCoy – Council Bluffs, Iowa
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine
  • London Archie McRae – West End, North Carolina
    Offense: Possessed with intent to distribute cocaine base (crack)
  • Danielle Bernard Metz – New Orleans, Louisiana
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribute cocaine; continuing criminal enterprise; possession with intent to distribute cocaine hydrochloride
  • Hal Q. Mincy – Cleveland, Ohio
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base (crack)
  • Joseph Newton – Savannah, Georgia
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute controlled substances; use of a communication facility
  • James Clinton Patterson, Jr. – Concord, North Carolina
    Offense: Possessed with intent to distribute cocaine base (crack
  • Raeanna Mae Paxton – Casper, Wyoming
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine
  • Leon Perry – Metter, Georgia
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute a quantity of cocaine base and a quantity of cocaine hydrochloride
  • Michael D. Points – Louisville, Kentucky
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base
  • Albert Randolph – St. Louis, Missouri
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute five grams or more of cocaine base
  • Gregory Augusta Ransom, II – Panama City, Florida
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute more than 50 grams of a mixture and substance containing cocaine base and cocaine
  • Darryl Lamar Reed – San Leandro, California
    Offense: Manufacture and possession with intent to distribute crack and possession with intent to distribute cocaine and aiding and abetting
  • Tommy Rice – Spartanburg, South Carolina
    Offense: Aiding and abetting in the commission of possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine
  • Daxtrell D. Robinson – Champaign, Illinois
    Offense: Possession of 50 grams or more of cocaine base (crack)
  • Uriah Alfred Rose – Miami, Florida
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute five grams or more of crack cocaine
  • Calvin Dwayne Sangster – St. Louis, Missouri
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base (crack)
  • Martez Lamont Sherrod – Greenville, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base and more than 500 grams of cocaine; possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • George E. Smith – Riviera Beach, Florida
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute less than five grams of crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school; possession with intent to distribute a detectable amount of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school
  • Lue Gene Swarn – Dallas, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine; use of a communication facility to facilitate the commission of a drug felony
  • John Western Thomas – Albion, Michigan
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute more than 100 grams of cocaine base
  • Timothy L. Tyler – St. Petersburg, Florida
    Offense: Possession with intent to deliver LSD; conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute LSD
  • Norman Eugene Van Zee – Highmore, South Dakota
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance
  • Gracie Walker – Granbury, Texas
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance
  • Derrick Waller – St. Louis, Missouri
    Offense: 1. Supervised release violation (possession of an unregistered firearm and distribution of cocaine)
  • Patrick Willard – Greensboro, North Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base
  • Christopher White – Anderson, South Carolina
    Offense: Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute narcotics; distribution and possession of narcotics with intent to distribute; aiding and abetting
  • Daniel Williams – Schenectady, New York
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine and cocaine base
  • Jonathan Carnell Williams – Washington, D.C.
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute five grams or more of cocaine base (crack)
  • Levi Wilson – Denver, Colorado
    Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, cocaine base and to use a place where cocaine base is manufactured, distributed and used
  • Richard Van Winrow – Los Angeles, California
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute a narcotic drug controlled substance; felon in possession of a firearm
  • Raul S. Zavala – Spokane, Washington
    Offense: Possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine; use of a communication facility to facilitate the commission of a felony

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/08/cracked-from-jail-obama-frees-more-inmates-than-10-presidents-combined/#WoLd8VISy30khFK5.99

Source: Cracked from jail: Obama frees more inmates than 10 presidents combined

Muslim persecution of Christians called ‘systematic’

TRUTH BOMBS: The list is growing. Imaging if if really knew the full list of the Christian martyrs just by muslims. Wake up Christians, you are losing the war for the eternal souls of your children.

ARTICLE: While the Obama administration has been pursuing Islamist refugees from Syria to bring thousands to the safe haven of the United States, Christians have been under fire – often literally – and losing their property and lives in Iraq and Uganda.

And Syria, Bangladesh and Congo.

Also, Philippines, Egypt, Tanzania, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Eritrea, Turkey, Iran and Nigeria.

Even Germany!

By Muslims!

A new report from Gatestone Institute finds that although the Muslims doing the persecution are minority, there’s no doubt, “persecution of Christians by Muslims is growing.”

And it’s not random, either, the report by Raymond Ibrahim, author of “Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians,” found.

“Such Muslim persecution is not random but rather systematic, and takes place in all languages, ethnicities, and locations.”

WND has had multiple reports on the horrific wave of death imposed by ISIS across the Middle East, the beheadings, the burnings, the drownings, the crucifixions and other attacks by Muslims on Christians and other religious minorities.

The AP reported just on Tuesday that it documented 72 mass graves in Iraqi territories recently freed from ISIS control.

The agency estimated that up to 15,000 victims were slaughtered by the Islamists and buried there, often times with bulldozers.

Gatestone’s new report, in fact, notes such attacks have been going on.

“We will show the Armenians and the Christians who we are … We have been ordered not to leave any Armenians in the area,” Islamic rebels in Aleppo, Syria, were quoted saying.

And the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom recently found, “The government of Iran continues to engage in systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of religious freedom, including prolonged detention, torture, and executions based primarily or entirely upon the religion of the accused.”

The violence matches almost anything reported from previous worldwide conflicts.

Said the report, “One account told of a couple who, after their children were abducted by ISIS militants, answered their door one day to find a plastic bag on their doorstep. It contained the body parts of their daughters and a video of them being brutally tortured and raped.”

The report continued, “In yet another disturbing example of the genocide facing Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East, on 12-13 May a group from Islamic State (IS) entered a town near the city of Hama in Syria, populated only by Christians and Alawites, killing an as yet unspecified number of men, women and children. Men were beheaded, whilst women were raped and then murdered. Many children were also killed. It is not yet clear exactly how many people have been killed.”

And Father Douglas Bazi, an Iraqi priest who was kidnapped by ISIS in 2006 but later escaped, recounted his experiences as a captive:

“They destroyed my car, they blew up my church on [sic] front of me. I got shot by AK-47 in my leg. The bullet is still in my leg. And I [have] been kidnapped for nine days. They smash my nose and my teeth by hammer. And they broke one of my back discs.”

“To be Christian in Iraq, it’s an impossible mission,” he recounted. “But even so, I’m not actually surprised when they attack my people. I’m surprised how my people are still existing. Please talk about our stories. Let the world know what happens to us.”

But the report also said Eritrea is “one of the world’s fastest emptying nations” and a majority of the 40,000 to fled to Italy last year are Christian.

Even in Western democracies to which Christian refugees flee they are surprisingly unsafe, with the report revealing, “as many as 40,000 Christians – including Muslims who wish to convert to Christianity – are being attacked and harassed by Muslims in migrant homes.”

“Now in European asylum homes they are finding more and more that they are in as much danger from radical Muslims in Europe as they were in their home countries,” the report said.

The List:

  • In Uganda, a Christian pastor was poisoned by a Muslim. The report said Micah Byamukama, 61, pastor of a Baptist church, died on May 15 after ingesting an insecticide that a Muslim, Ahmed Mupere, had put into his food. Mupere reportedly was mad at the pastor for challenging his belief in jinn, those otherworldly creatures of the Quran. “Mupere … came to visit the pastor, a widower with no children. He apparently dined with the pastor, but secretly put poison on the food and stopped eating.”
  • Separately in Uganda, a Muslim man, Awali Kakaire, 34, allegedly strangled his wife for converting to Christianity. Then he allegedly tried to “force his five children, ages 5 to 12, into a hole he had dug in a nearby garden,” Gatestone reported.”We resisted and began screaming, and neighbors arrived immediately, but he had already dumped us into the hole that he had dug. Seeing the neighbors, he tried to flee, but he was overtaken and then began to be questioned by those who surrounded him,” Morning Star News reported.
  • In Syria, some 200 Christians died in bombardments of Aleppo in April and early May. The April bombardment involved approximately 1,350 rockets hitting in the Christian region of the city.
  • In Bangladesh, Dr. Sanaur Rahman, 58, was going home on his motorcycle when he was attacked and slashed by machete-wielding terrorists. He was killed, and a friend with him was wounded. “The doctor was popular in his village because he used to treat and offer medicine to poor people free of charge and ran a free clinic on Fridays,” the report said.
  • In Congo, “Muslims terrorists killed scores of villagers.” One source reported “16 bodies are in front of me,” while another said 38 were slaughtered. The attack was attributed to the Muslim Defensive International, which “has repeatedly attacked the majority-Christian population in eastern DRC for years.”
  • In the Catholic-majority Philippines, a “recently established ISIS branch … claimed responsibility for a terror attack on a military position on Basilan Island. The attack killed one soldier and injured another.”
  • In Bangladesh, “A 26-year-old Catholic high school teacher was raped on May 12 by her Muslim principal and his friend … Afterward, they threatened to post the video of the rape on Facebook, if she reported them.”
  • In Egypt, “On May 20, a 70-year-old Christian woman was stripped naked, savagely beaten, spat upon, and paraded in the streets of Minya to jeers, whistles, and yells of ‘Allahu Akbar,’ after a mob of some 300 Muslim men descended on her home. Her crime was that her son was accused of having a romantic relationship with a Muslim woman, an intimacy that is banned under Islamic law, Shariah.”
  • In Uganda, “After a 22-year-old Christian woman accused a mosque leader of murdering her father earlier in the year, local Muslims responded by beating and raping her. The woman, whose name was withheld, said she was beaten and raped on April 19 for telling a court what she had witnessed. She was found unconscious in a pool of blood, with cuts on her body. One of the three Muslims who assaulted her told her, ‘We shall kill you today because you are the one who made our sheikh to be imprisoned.’”
  • The report explains in Tanzania, a Roman Catholic church was burned to the ground, the third church in four months to be destroyed. “According to a local pastor, ‘Since 2013 we have had over 13 churches torched here in Kagera and no one has been held accountable.’”
  • In Pakistan, it was the government that announced plans to demolish four churches, all of which had been built decades ago and now were on “very expensive and prime locations which politicians and Islamists are jealous of. “In the same country, a Christian was accused of watching an anti-Islamic video on his phone, and immediately a $10,000 bounty was put on his head by Muslims. For additional punishment, the report said, “Fellow Christians in his village were prevented from buying food from Muslim shopkeepers and given three options: ‘convert to Islam, leave the village forever, or hand over Imran so he can be burnt alive.’”
  • In Azerbaijan, a Christian evangelist reported he was framed by people angry over his outreach to Muslims and he was jailed, and spent a year behind bars. “Local sources said, ‘His health is very bad and he needs urgent help.’”
  • In Eritrea, “Thousands of Christians are fleeing the nation due to extreme persecution, according to a report which describes Eritrea as ‘one of the world’s fastest emptying nations’ and the ‘North Korea of Africa.’”
  • Turkey, which is a NATO ally of the United States, is “aiding and abetting the Islamic State and other terrorist groups in Syria that kill Christians,” the report said. It provides aerial cover and “safe haven,” the report said.
  • In Iran, despite the “nuclear deal made with the Obama administration,” investigators have reported “Christians continue experiencing severe human rights abuses.”
  • In Nigeria, “Gunmen shot at a car carrying Roman Catholic Cardinal John Onaiyekan in the country’s southern Edo state. The attack on the cardinal comes amid increasing violence and kidnappings of Christian clergy by Muslims for ransom. Three other Christian leaders were kidnapped for ransom within the same year. The decomposing body of a cleric kidnapped in a Muslim-majority region was found last April.”
  • It is in Germany, where thousands of Muslims have migrated, along with Christians, where the latter are being attacked.”The most prevalent form of abuse was verbal insults with 96 people saying that had received abuse or threats. Eighty-six said they had been physically assaulted and 73 said they had been subjected to death threats against themselves and family members. Three quarters of the migrants also said they had been victims of multiple attacks. The perpetrators of most of the attacks were fellow migrants who look down on converts and believe them to be apostates [from Islam].”

A survivor of the attacks told Morning Star News that the herdsmen killed two Christian women in Ninte village on Aug. 1, and that she knew of eight Christians killed in Gada Biyu on Aug. 2. Local newspapers reported nine people were killed in Gada Biyu, with another two men killed in Akwa’a on Aug. 3.

It was the Washington-based Media Research Center that issued a special report titled “Shameful Silence” in which it spotlights the whitewashing by the U.S. media of the Christian genocide going on in the Middle East.

The report details the broadcast news networks’ silence on Christian genocide in the Middle East.

Source: Muslim persecution of Christians called ‘systematic’

Sick? ‘You’re seen as better off dead’

TRUTH BOMBS: Remember before reading this article below, that euthanasia is now Legal , YES LEGAL in California. We posted the article here on truthbombs:

  1. https://truthbombs.wordpress.com/2016/08/15/california-says-its-okay-to-target-the-disabled-with-assisted-suicide-but-not-prisoners-lifenews-com/
  2.  https://truthbombs.wordpress.com/2016/08/12/terminally-ill-woman-holds-party-before-ending-her-life/

ARTICLE: A new documentary sheds light on the horrors families in Belgium are enduring after 15 years of legalized euthanasia, and those behind the film say it is meant as a warning to other nations not to follow this path and explain how euthanasia is not the ultimate act of autonomy as its proponents claim.

Titled “The Euthanasia Deception: We Are All Vulnerable,” the documentary looks at the big-picture impact on health care in Belgium and also chronicles several heartbreaking stories of people who believed the callousness of the culture with euthanasia robbed them of time with their loved ones.

“The culture has become very accepting of euthanasia,” said Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and executive producer of “The Euthanasia Deception.”

“People are just giving up on life,” he told WND and Radio America. “Because euthanasia is an option, they are just saying, ‘I have cancer. I have early-stage Alzheimer’s or early-stage dementia.’ They ask for euthanasia and they qualify.”

Schadenberg said the documentary is a splash of cold water in contrast to what the mainstream media say about euthanasia.

“This video is warning the world that what you’re hearing from the general media is not true,” he said. “What happens in the culture when you allow for euthanasia or assisted suicide is, it changes the attitude in general toward dying in one way, but in the second way toward causing the death of somebody.”

He said the Belgian society’s value of life is also plummeting as a result, for the elderly, the sick and the disabled.

“If you have any sort of sickness or disease that is considered somewhat serious, even if it’s in its earliest stages, you’re seen as better off dead,” Schadenberg said. “The cultural shift as occurred.”

Listen to the WND/Radio America interview with Alex Schadenberg: 
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/08/sick-youre-seen-as-better-off-dead/#OEFiMx7t3FpSFW8b.99

Source: Sick? ‘You’re seen as better off dead’