Sunday, December 2, 2018

Too Soon?

h/t Sal the Agorist


Cederq said...

Not soon enough!

SiGraybeard said...

Considering the tightness between her hubby and Bush Sr., it might be a harder sell.

But if the pardoned Thanksgiving turkey can be linked, it's never too soon!

TiredPoorHuddled Masses said...

Well don't keep us waiting Georgie, what is it?

Anonymous said...

It's all bullshit. Tell us about JFK first!

Dan said...

While the tweet is humorous in all reality it's a virtual certainty that Bush Sr.
DID have dirt on the Clintons....and a lot of other people. One of his many
job titles was head of the CIA. A position that makes it possible to collect
mucho dirt on everyone who is anyone. AND it means he had 'connections'....people
who could continue to funnel him intel after he moved on from the agency. J.Edgar
Hoover led the way as an example of leading by blackmail. I have no doubt that
the practice is well entrenched in Mordor On The Potomac.

1chota said...

don't have your email contact, so posting this here.
comes under the heading of "I told you so!"
many thanks

1chota said...

Posted on December 3, 2018
An overdo followup

About a year-and-a-half ago I covered the shooting of Justine Damond by Minneapolis police officer Mohammed Noor.

At the time, I thought that he was a massively unqualified “diversity hire” to appease the growing Somali immigrant population in the Twin Cities.

Yeah, it’s so much worse than that.

‘He fired with tragic accuracy’: U.S. cop who shot dead Australian woman in her pyjamas after she called for help ‘intended’ to murder her, lawyers say

Prosecutors are trying to bolster the murder charge against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of using ‘tragic accuracy’ to shoot dead Australian life coach Justine Damond Ruszczyk.

Mohamed Noor initially was charged with third degree murder and manslaughter in the second degree, but prosecutors have asked a judge in Minneapolis to add a more serious second degree murder count.

‘There is probable cause to believe the defendant committed second degree intentional murder and the State respectfully requests that the court grant the State’s motion to amend the complaint,’ prosecutors wrote in Thursday’s filing.

‘The circumstances surrounding the crime show that the defendant acted with the intent to kill.

‘He fired at Ms Ruszczyk from no more than six feet (1.8 metres) away.

‘He fired with tragic accuracy, managing to send a 9 millimetre bullet across his partner’s body and through the narrow space of the open driver’s side window.

‘His bullet struck Ms Ruszczyk in her torso, five inches above her waistline, and caused nearly immediate death.

‘As a trained police officer, the defendant was fully aware that such a shot would kill Ms Ruszczyk, a result he clearly intended.’

I thought that he had shot through the door, as in the bullet passed through the body panel of the door.
From the Gun Free Zone
He fired through a partially open window into Ms. Damond’s stomach. That is about a level trajectory.

I can see why prosecutors are saying it is more than just an accidental discharge, which is what I thought it was earlier.

I had to get this report out of the Daily Mail because what I am seeing in the US on this is a near media blackout.

I really want to see what happens to Noor at trial.
Partake this:

Aesop said...


Thanks for the update on Killer copchick Amber Douchebadge!

Both cases were murder under color of authority.
They both need a long stretch {or a short one :)} in prison for murder, spent in general population.

Pat H. said...

I liked that. I've had to forgo listening to several talk radio shows because they're wall to wall Bush I love paeans. I'm sickened by this crap. While Bush I wasn't as publicly obnoxious as John Sidney McCain, III, he was worse politically.