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I do support a "NWO".
Just realize that you are on a site which discusses conspiracies
and many, including myself are very against a NWO agenda. That doesn't make us nut-balls ok?
It does kinda feel like the status quo is being pushed for this reason.
Call me crazy, whatver. We'll all find out someday. Depending on who writes the history of our future, we're going to find out just who the nutty ones turned out to be.
originally posted by: SoulSurfer
a reply to: introvert
Just wanted to be crystal clear this was YOUR statement. Im fine with what you support, what i don't appreciate is dishonesty. (Not saying you were dishonest, and I actually appreciate your honesty for once.)
This allows for people to be aware and decide for themselves. The truth is all I really care about. The rest is obsolete to me.
Around 11:36 a.m. CDT, West Memphis police officer Bill Evans initiated a traffic stop on a white Plymouth Voyager minivan that was travelling on Interstate 40 eastbound toward Airport Road. According to a spokesperson for the Arkansas State Police, Officer Evans was "running drug interdiction", and the vehicle had license plates from Ohio. Sergeant Brandon Paudert provided backup for Evans. Upon Paudert's arrival at the scene, Evans attempted to frisk Jerry Kane.
Suddenly, Kane turned and attacked Evans in a scuffle down an embankment into a ditch. At that moment, Joe Kane emerged from the passenger door of the van and opened fire with an AK-47 variant. Paudert ran to the rear of Evans' police cruiser and returned fire with three shots from his .40-caliber handgun through the windows and taillight of Evans' cruiser, in an attempt to hit Kane firing from the other side. He then took cover behind the hood of his cruiser which was parked directly behind Evans' cruiser. Kane then fired multiple shots from his AK-47 variant through the hood of the car, striking Paudert in the head with a ricochet.[nb 1]
Both officers were fatally wounded; Paudert, 39, died at the scene, and Evans, 38, died at the hospital. The suspects returned to their van and sped away. A FedEx driver from Houston witnessed the shooting and called 911; neither officer could make an "officer down" call.
The day after the shootings, Arkansas State Police identified the suspects as 45-year-old Jerry R. Kane, Jr., and his 16-year-old son Joseph T. Kane. Jerry Kane had expressed sentiment against federal and local government online, and was accused of doing the same in person.
Based on a 2004 conversation with Jerry Kane, Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly expressed concern that Kane would pose a dangerous threat to law enforcement officers. According to Kelly, Kane had complained about being "enslaved" by a judge who had sentenced him to serve six days of community service for driving with an expired license plate and no seat belt.
Insurance analyst J. J. MacNab observed that Kane ran a debt evasion business. Jerry Kane also posted $10,000 bond (which a judge later ordered forfeited) on charges of forgery and attempted grand theft of a motor vehicle filed in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Fox News and Trump have succeeded in stirring up violence and hatred with hate fueled rhetoric , leading to murder and mayhem . They try to say Obama is dividing the country when it's Fox News and hate radio that is truly dividing our American society..... Sad
Islamophobia is reaching a fever-pitch in the U.S. lately as a Muslim woman almost caught a bullet after leaving a Tampa-area mosque in Florida, Thursday. Another was practically run off the road.
originally posted by: projectvxn
Looks like I was right about what this thread actually is.
Can't wait for the one bashing leftists in this country and invalidating their concerns just so everyone can throw a troll parade.
This is a huge disappointment.