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Video inside Jul 29 - the homeland security bureaucracy seizes new york mans land rover

By messy marv stan - 12 hours ago

homeland security bureaucracy claim mans land rover is a possible illegal import

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Federal investigators seized Danny Harrington’s Land Rover, saying the Albany man may have fallen victim to an illegal importer.

Authorities seized the vehicle Tuesday and Harrington said he was interviewed by investigators from the Department of Homeland Security Wednesday about the case.

“I was at work,” Harrington said. “The Land Rover was at my parents’ house in Guilderland.”

He said 10 federal agents showed up with a warrant to seize his vehicle, which he bought in December from a friend in Saratoga County. The friend had bought it in Virginia, he said.

He has title to it and filed it with the state Department of Motor Vehicles.

But the vehicle’s identification number ended up on a federal list of Land Rovers that were illegally brought into the country.

Vincent Picard, a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said in an emailed statement that vehicles across the country were seized as part of the ongoing investigation.

“ICE Homeland Security Investigations special agents served court-ordered seizure warrants on approximately 40 Land Rovers in various locations around the country,” he said. “The seizures are being made pursuant to an ongoing criminal investigation involving the unlawful importation of the vehicles from Great Britain. The Land Rovers, which do not meet federal safety or emission standards, cannot be lawfully operated in the United States. The vehicle owners, who are victims of this criminal scheme, will have an opportunity to seek restitution for their losses.”

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Video inside Jul 29 - Gaza - Is This a War On Children

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Jul 29 - Obama Freefall: 39% Approval Rating is his all-time low

By phantomnation - 12 hours ago

President Obama's approval rating declined this week by three points to 39 percent, down from its previous posting of 42 percent, according to the latest Gallup polling data.

The new data, which Gallup collects daily and has a margin of error of plus of minus 3 percentage points, reflects how American voters feel about the job Obama is doing in the White House.

The decline in approval comes at a time when the White House has fumbled its response to the growing crisis on the border, Russia's provocations in the east and the increasingly violent civil war in Iraq.

Of the 1,500 adults surveyed by Gallup, roughly 54 percent say they disapprove of Obama's performance in the Oval Office.

The president's current approval rating almost matches his all-time low in October 2011, just after Standard and Poor's downgraded the U.S. credit rating and a jobs report that showed little to no growth, of just 38 percent, according to Gallup.

This obviously isn't the worst approval rating for any U.S. president, as George W. Bush left the White House in 2008 with an approval rating of only 34 percent, according to the same source.

Still, it's rather remarkable to see that Obama's approval rating has declined to levels not seen since around the time of the downgrade, the passage of the extraordinarily contentious Affordable Care Act and the November midterm “red wave” of 2010.

Further, a separate survey released this week by CNN/ORC International also found that the president's approval rating has slipped, although the CNN poll puts him at around 42 percent.

"When Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in 2005, the biggest impact on attitudes toward George W. Bush came in the number who said that he could manage the government effectively. That number dropped 10 points, and no other personal quality measured at that time changed as much," CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. "Using that as a definition of a 'Katrina moment,' it looks like Obama has not experienced a similar drop in the summer of 2014, in part because his numbers already took that hit last year and have stabilized since then."

Based on data cited by both Gallup and CNN, it seems clear that the White House's continued dithering on issues both foreign and domestic has shaken voter confidence in Washington.

"Once again, those numbers are not good news for the White House, but the clear indication is that the President's problems pre-date the current immigration crisis along the Mexican border or anything else that has happened this summer, and that those problems have not made things significantly worse for the President," Holland said.


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Image inside Jul 29 - Gaza: More Than 110 People Killed in Less Than 24 Hours

By RAZAH CUTS - 12 hours ago


Gaza endured a night of relentless bombardment that brought some of the heaviest pounding since the start of the conflict three weeks ago, in the hours after the Israeli political and military leadership warned of a protracted offensive.

Palestinian officials say more than 110 people have been killed in Gaza in the past 24 hours.

Israeli forces targeted key strategic targets, including the home of the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, and a building housing Hamas-controlled broadcast outlets.

Haniyeh's home was hit by a missile shortly before dawn, causing damage but no injuries. Eleven people were killed in a strike on a house in Bureij refugee camp in Gaza City.

Shells hit fuel tanks at Gaza's only power plant, causing a massive explosion and black smoke to billow into the air. The plant's capacity - already down to about three hours' electricity supply a day - is likely to be further reduced.

Hamas said al-Aqsa TV and al-Aqsa Radio were also targeted. The television station continued to broadcast but the radio station went silent.

The Israel Defence Forces struck 150 targets in total during the course of the night. Sirens warning of rocket fire sounded across southern Israel.

The IDF said overnight that five soldiers had died in a gun battle on Monday with militants who crossed into Israel via a tunnel near the community of Nahal Oz, close to the border with the Gaza Strip.

The incident raised to 10 the number of military fatalities for the day, bringing the total to 53. Four others were killed in a mortar attack and another died in clashes in the south of Gaza.

The military released an aerial photograph that it said showed rockets fired by militants had fallen short. In a statement it said red lines drawn over the photograph indicated “the paths of the four terrorist rockets, as detected by IDF radars and sensors, that were launched in the attacks that resulted in one hitting the Al-Shifa hospital and one hitting the Shati refugee camp. Of the other two rockets, one landed at sea and the other was intercepted on its way to the city of Ashkelon.”

Witnesses in Gaza said missiles had been fired from Israeli F-16 jets. A spokesman for the interior ministry in Gaza, Iyad al-Buzm, said explosives experts from the Gaza police had examined "the targeted places and the remnants of shells there" as well as the wounds on the bodies, determining them to be from an Israeli strike.

The Palestinian death toll stood at around 1,100, mostly civilians. Two Israeli civilians and a Thai agricultural worker have been killed in rocket fire in the past three weeks.

The renewed bloodshed followed growing international calls for a ceasefire. On Monday the UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, reiterated the security council’s earlier call for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire, demanding that both Israel and Hamas end the fighting “in the name of humanity”.

The US president, Barack Obama, told Netanyahu by phone on Sunday of his concern at civilian casualties. He also pressed for an immediate ceasefire.

Meanwhile there were fresh clashes in East Jerusalem between Palestinian protesters against the war in Gaza and Israeli security forces.

Monday evening's statements from the three men directing the Israeli military offensive on Gaza – Netanyahu, defence minister Moshe Ya'alon and military chief of staff Benny Gantz – will gratify hawkish cabinet ministers and media commentators who have been stridently urging an expansion of the operation in order to deal a decisive blow to Hamas.

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Jul 29 - Latest Gaza cease-fire bid crumbles

By RAZAH CUTS - 12 hours ago


Hamas has denied agreeing to a 24-hour cease-fire announced Tuesday by the Palestinian Liberation Organization, with the group's armed wing Al Qassam saying there would be no peace until Israel lifted its blockade on the occupied Gaza Strip.

A senior PLO official had said earlier Tuesday that all Palestinian factions have offered a 24-hour cease-fire in Gaza.

Yasser Abed Rabbo, a PLO executive committee member, said that all Palestinian factions had agreed on the offer and that a unified delegation had been sent to Cairo to talk about the next steps.

But Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri denied that the group agreed to the truce, with the Palestinian news agency Maan quoting him as saying that "Yasser Abed Rabbu's statement that Hamas agreed to a cease-fire for 24 hours is not true and has nothing to do with the resistance's stand."

"We will consider a cease-fire when Israel commits to it with international guarantees," Abu Zuhri added. Hamas has said its conditions for a truce include Israel's ending its siege of Gaza and the release of long-serving political prisoners that was agreed to in a 2012 cease-fire but not carried out completely.

Though Israel pulled out its illegal settlements, checkpoints and military from inside Gaza in 2005, it remained in control of the territory's land borders, air space, and sea — effectively strangling the coastal enclave with a devastating effect on Gaza's economy and infrastructure.

Israel has said it will not comment until Hamas officially presents the offer. Haaretz, an Israeli news website, reported senior Israeli officials as saying no cease-fire had been agreed upon, though negotiations were taking place in Cairo.

Word of the possible cease-fire came after Israel's military continued to pound the Gaza Strip overnight, killing at least 100 people in assaults launched from air, land and sea after midnight, according to Palestinian officials.

Five families were almost entirely wiped out in Khan Younis and Rafah, according to reports by Haaretz. For many Gaza residents, it was the heaviest night of bombing since the military offensive against the territory began three weeks ago.

Gaza's only power plant was shut down overnight because of a large fire caused by Israeli shelling, Palestinian officials said.

Fathi al-Sheikh Khalil, deputy head of the power authority in Gaza, said that a shell struck a fuel container and ignited a fire and that another damaged a steam engine in the plant, Maan reported. Gaza residents already faced severe power shortages due to Israel's years-long blockade of the territory, which has resulted in fuel and spare parts shortages.

Running water and sewage treatment will also be affected by the downed plant, as both services need power to function. Many homes will be without water in addition to electricity, and untreated sewage could run into the Mediterranean Sea.

Since the military offensive began on July 8, more than 1,216 Palestinians — most of them civilians — have died, and more than 6,200 others have been wounded in the Israeli offensive. Israeli fatalities have risen to 55, including two civilians. A Thai foreign worker has also been killed in the violence.

Israeli aircraft fired a rocket at the house of Ismail Haniyeh, Gaza's senior Hamas leader, before dawn on Tuesday in the Shati refugee camp. No casualties were reported, according to Gaza's Interior Ministry.

"My house is not dearer than any of the houses of our people," Haniyeh was quoted as saying on a Hamas website. "The destruction of stones will not break our will, and we will continue our resistance until we gain freedom."

An Israeli military spokeswoman had no information on the report but was checking for details. Hamas broadcast outlets Al-Aqsa TV and Al-Aqsa Radio were also targeted, and the radio station went silent. The television station continued to broadcast.

Children killed

The overnight strikes came after a day of heavy Hamas-Israeli fighting. The Hamas-run Health Ministry said 10 people, including nine children under the age of 12, were killed and 46 wounded in a blast at a park in the Shati refugee camp on the outskirts of Gaza City. Each side blamed the tragedy on the other.

Meanwhile, the Israeli military said five soldiers died in a gun battle with fighters who crossed into Israel via a tunnel near the community of Nahal Oz, close to the border with the Gaza Strip. Hamas said its forces infiltrated Israel to retaliate for the killing of children in a beach camp.

At least 53 Israeli soldiers have been killed since Israel launched its offensive on Gaza.

In a televised address on Monday night, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said any solution to the crisis would require the demilitarization of the Palestinian territory, controlled by Hamas and its allies.

"We will not finish the mission, we will not finish the operation without neutralizing the tunnels, which have the sole purpose of destroying our citizens, killing our children," he said, adding that it was a "painful day."

"We need to be prepared for a protracted campaign. We will continue to act with force and discretion until our mission is accomplished," Netanyahu said.

As he spoke, the Israeli military sent messages to thousands of Palestinians in Shujaiya, Zeitun, Jebaliya, Beit Lahiya and Beit Hanun, urging them to flee their homes and seek shelter in central Gaza City.

The U.N. said on Monday that more than 167,000 displaced Palestinians had taken shelter in its schools and buildings, heeding the Israeli evacuation warnings.

Many Jebaliya residents said they did not dare attempt an escape. Sufian Abed Rabbo said his extended family of 17 took refuge under the stairway in their home.

"God help us. We have nothing to do but pray," the 27-year-old told The Associated Press by phone. "I don't know who left and who stayed, but in our street, we are all very scared to move."

Israeli tanks shelled border areas of Gaza, killing five people, including three children and a 70-year-old woman, and wounding 50 in Jebaliya, the Red Crescent said.

A number of rockets from Gaza were launched toward southern and central Israel, including the Tel Aviv area. At least one rocket was intercepted by the Iron Dome system. No casualties or damage were reported.

Pressure builds

An opinion poll broadcast by Israel's Channel 10 television showed overwhelming public support for continuing the Gaza offensive until Hamas is "disarmed." However, foreign pressure has been building on Netanyahu to show restraint.

Both President Barack Obama and the U.N. Security Council have called for an immediate cease-fire to allow relief to reach Gaza's 1.8 million Palestinians, followed by negotiations on a more durable cessation of hostilities.

Israel has said it wants guarantees that Hamas will be stripped of its tunnels and missile stocks. In his television address on Monday night, Netanyahu said any solution to the crisis would need to see Palestinian fighters stripped of their weapons.

"The process of preventing the armament of the terror organization and demilitarization of the Gaza Strip must be part of any solution. And the international community must demand this forcefully," he said.

Hamas, for its part, has said it wants international guarantees that Israel will abide by the terms of any cease-fire agreed upon, citing Israel's failure to follow the terms of the last truce in 2012.

Sami Abu Zuhri, Hamas' spokesman, said, "[Netanyahu's] threats do not frighten either Hamas or the Palestinian people, and the [Israeli] occupation will pay the price for its massacres against children and civilians."

Israel launched its offensive on July 8 after escalating a crackdown on Hamas, which began after the group's unity deal with Fatah during the last round of failed peace talks.

The crackdown was ramped up followed the June killing of three Israeli teenagers who were studying in illegal West Bank settlements. Israel blamed the crime on Hamas, which the group denied. The perpetrators were later found to be unaffiliated with Hamas leadership, instead acting as part of a lone cell, Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told a BBC journalist last week.

On Tuesday, Israeli-Arab Knesset member Haneen Zoabi was barred from parliamentary sessions for six months because of his comments on the murder of three Israeli teens, Haaretz reported.

Zoabi said in an interview on Radio Tel Aviv that the perpetrators of the crime were not terrorists but “people who don’t see any way to change their reality, and they are forced to use these means until Israel will wake up a little, until Israeli citizens and society will wake up and feel the suffering of the other.”

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Video inside Jul 29 - JUST IN: Footage from Latest Strikes in Gaza

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Jul 29 - Colorado Man Buys A Prison To Turn Into A Marijuana Factory

By RAZAH CUTS - 12 hours ago


At a Brush City Council meeting on July 14th, a request to revisit the growth and sale of marijuana moratorium was presented.

Nicholas Erker of Colorado Farm Products in Fort Morgan had sent the letter to the council, which stated that Erker wanted to turn a former correctional facility into a factory for the cultivation and sale of marijuana – abiding by Colorado’s rules, of course.

During the meeting, Assistant City Administrator Karen Schminke presented Erker’s letter and passed around a questionnaire that asked council members to reconsider the marijuana moratorium.

Erker had purchased the empty prison in March, and simply wanted to use the facility to produce a legal product in Colorado that would create jobs and revenue for Brush City.

Erker claims that his facility could create over 30 jobs and enough tax revenue to be a big help to the city. The results from the council members’ poll regarding Erker’s request was reviewed on July 28th. The results have not yet been released.

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Jul 29 - Dad punches man at Pennsylvania Wawa for ogling his daughter: police

By BadSeed7 - 12 hours ago

Police are searching for an overprotective father who assaulted a man for looking at his daughter.
The Upper Darby Police Department in suburban Philadelphia has released a picture of the man and his daughter who were in a Wawa convenience store Sunday when police said the man did not approve of how another male was looking at his child.
The suspect, dressed in a red polo shirt, punched the man in the face, police said. He then left the store.
The victim suffered serious injuries from the assault, police said.
Police did not release any additional information regarding the victim or suspect.
This guy's not an overprotective father ... That's just his excuse for thumping the guy.
"If somebody's looking at your daughter, why don't you confront him instead of punching him?" Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood told "This guy's not an overprotective father ... That's just his excuse for thumping the guy."
Anyone with information can call 610-734-7693.

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Image inside Jul 29 - 2 Charged In Murder of Friend While Robbing Drug Dealers for $275 Worth of Drugs

By RIP4SBG - 12 hours ago,7388179.story


Two south suburban men were charged with first-degree murder in connection to a botched drug deal that led to one of their crew -- a local rapper -- being killed Friday in Calumet City, police said today.

The shooting happened about 8:45 p.m. in the 300 block of 157th Street, said Calumet City police Chief Edward Gilmore.

Jevante Johnson, 20, of the 300 block of Oglesby Avenue in Calumet City was pronounced dead at 9:43 p.m. at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

Jamal Hoare, 22, of the 14500 block of Kenwood Avenue in Dolton, was charged with first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery. Jacob Wilson, 20, of the 800 block of Wentworth Avenue in Calumet City, was charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery, according to court records. Both men were ordered held in lieu of $1.5 million bail by Judge Thomas Carroll in Markham on Monday.

Police said Johnson was part of a stick-up crew that had been involved in setting up a drug deal Friday in which they were apparently going to sell $275 worth of drugs.

But when the prospective buyers showed up in the residential neighborhood, Johnson got into their vehicle, behind the driver, said Gilmore.

Johnson asked if they had the $275 and when someone answered that they did, Johnson took out a gun and announced a holdup, Gilmore said.

At that point, a person sitting next to Johnson took out his gun and shot Johnson, Gilmore said. Another man was injured in the shooting and managed to escape. The man went to a hospital in Harvey and was later transferred to Christ Medical Center where police were called because the man had been shot, Gilmore said.

When police went to the scene, they found a shoe which they were later able to connect to the shooting victim who survived, said Gilmore.

"The detectives didn't like the stories he was giving and we asked, 'Does he have one shoe because he left a shoe at the scene?' and they said yes," said Gilmore.

Hoare and Wilson, who were charged in the slaying, were part of Johnson's crew and were charged with the murder because Johnson was killed during the commission of a crime making them culpable, Gilmore said. A female, whom Gilmore said was the "facilitator of this alleged fake drug deal," has not been charged, police said. The driver of the vehicle also has not been charged, Gilmore said.

The man who shot Johnson has not been apprehended.

Gilmore said Johnson had rapped about robbing drug dealers and in one of his last posts said he may die robbing drug dealers.

An autopsy Saturday found that Johnson died of multiple gunshot wounds and his death was ruled a homicide.

Hoare and Wilson are next scheduled to appear in court in Markham on Aug. 15.
$275 is no where near worth it :facepalm:

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Video inside Jul 29 - President Obama Announces New Sanctions Against Russia Over Malaysian Airlines MH17

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