Assassination, Crime, Maniac, Mental Health, Lack Of
Judge Allows Would-Be Reagan Assassin Hinckley To Live Aloneby Tammy on November 17, 2018
Allowing this maniac to live in normal society is, well, crazy. There’s also a fascinating list of restrictions, indicating that authorities don’t actually quite trust him, and from which one can infer that he’s not necessarily considered mentally well. For some reason I have a feeling the government will screw this up. Via USA Today. A federal judge has eased the release terms for John W. Hinckley, Jr., the would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan, permitting him to live on his own or with roommates under tight travel restrictions in Williamsburg, Virginia. Hinckley, 63, has been living at his mother’s home in Williamsburg, about 150 miles south of Washington, since his conditional release from St. Elizabeth’s hospital in 2016… The...
Leftist NY Daily News Columnist: Killing of Russian Ambassador Was Justifiedby Shifra on December 21, 2016
Gersh Kuntzman Gersh Kuntzman is a wingnut Left-wing writer for a failing (and unreadable) NYC newspaper. I suspect his aim is to garner publicity for himself. And it’s working, since who would pay attention to him if he wrote rational columns? In one of his attention-seeking stunts this year, he called on Major League Baseball to bag “God Bless America,” in a column entitled “Major League Baseball Must Permanently Retire ‘God Bless America,’ a Song That Offends Everyone.” Spoken like a true Leftist. Via Daily Caller. New York Daily News columnist Gersh Kuntzman wrote Tuesday that the assassination of Russian ambassador Andrei Karlov was justified. The Russian ambassador to Turkey was killed Monday at an Ankara art exhibition by an...
Russian Ambassador to Turkey Assassinated by Man Shouting Allahu Akbarby Tammy on December 19, 2016
Reports are multiple other pepole shot at the art exhibition. Shooter was apparently a police officer. Excellent coverage over at Weasel Zippers. Here’s the latest. Via BBC. A gunman has shot dead Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, apparently in protest at Russia’s involvement in the Syrian conflict. Several other people were reportedly also injured in the attack, a day after protests in Turkey over Russia’s military intervention in Syria. According to Russian TV, the ambassador had been attending an exhibition called “Russia as seen by Turks”. Police later “neutralised” the gunman, reports say, without giving details. Mr Karlov was rushed to hospital, reports said, but his death was later confirmed by the Russian foreign ministry. “Terrorism will not pass!...