Man arrested for killing Seton Hall student

Really dude you were so mad about not getting into a party you had to kill this innocent girl? Somebody should have killed this clown before the police got to him.

via Huff Post

EAST ORANGE, N.J. — Police didn’t have to look far to find the man they say sprayed gunfire at a crowded weekend party, killing a Seton Hall University student and wounding four other people.

They arrested 25-year-old Nicholas Welch on Monday night at his home, just a few doors away from the off-campus house where the shooting occurred early Saturday. A second man, 19-year-old Marcus Bascus, was still being sought.

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[video] White Seattle Police Officer Punches Black Woman in the Face for Jay Walking

If we did not have cellphones with cameras,stuff like this would go uninvestigated and definitely not reported by mainstream news outlets. Honestly that group of kids should have jumped him, but on second thought that cop would probably have killed a bunch of people. The thing that gets me is that this was supposedly for jaywalking.

via Komo News

Seattle police are investigating what they call an assault of an officer in South Seattle on Monday. However, a police officer is seen punching a 17-year-old girl in the face during the incident captured by a cell phone camera.

FBI Lists 25 Most Dangerous Streets in the US

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via Uptown Life

I beg to differ. I’m suspicious of any list coming from the FBI especially if they are still listing 125th and St. Nick as a hotspot, this list needs an update. This is probably just another disingenuous attempt to drop property value on inner city blocks so developers can sweep in and disenfranchise some more minorities. After all, its just business as usual.

1) Cincinnati – Central Pwky./Liberty St.
2) Chicago – State St./Garfield Blvd.
3) Miami, 7th Ave./North River Dr.
4) Jacksonville – Beaver St./Broad St.
5) Baltimore – North Ave./Belair Rd.
6) Kansas City – Bales Ave./30th St.
7) Memphis – Warford St./Mt. Olive Rd.
8) Kansas City – Forest Ave./41st St.
9) Dallas – Route 352/Scyene Rd.
10) Richmond – Va., Church Hill
11) Memphis – Bellevue Blvd./Lamar Ave.
12) Dallas – 2nd Ave./Hatcher St.
13) Springfield, Ill. – Cook St./11th St.
14) St. Louis – 14th St./Dr. Martin Luther King Dr.
15) Little Rock, Ark. – Roosevelt Rd./Bond St.
16) Philadelphia – Broad St./Dauphin St.
17) Tampa – Amelia Ave./Tampa St.
18) New York – St. Nicholas Ave./125th St.
19) Chicago – 66th St./Yale Ave.
20) Baltimore – Orleans St./Front St.
21) Cleveland – Cedar Ave./55th St.
22) Orlando – East-West Expy./Orange Blossom Trail
23) Detroit – Mt. Elliott St./Palmer Ave.
24) Chicago – Wallace St./58th St.
25) Chicago – Winchester Ave./60th St

After LA Killing Spree, Police Try to Downplay Trend & Blame Weather and Gas

Bang Bang Boogie

via Breitbart

Police in Los Angeles played down fears of a crime wave on Monday after an an unusually violent weekend saw more than a dozen people killed across the city.
Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Earl Paysinger described the spike in violent deaths that left 14 people dead as a “blip.”

“The city in fact is not under siege,” Paysinger told reporters at an afternoon news conference. “According to our records, there have been no connections or trends developing, nor can they be inferred as a result of the spike in the number of homicides.”

Paysinger said several of the incidents had been confirmed as gang-related and “investigation of the others is ongoing (as) to whether they, too, may have gang ties.”
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National Museum of Crime & Punishment Set to Open in DC

History of Crime

via AP

Room by room, you search the house. Then, in a bedroom, a brunette wearing a tank top points a gun at you. You fire – and a green dot flashes on her body. She falls to the ground.

This video firearms simulation is just one of the exhibits at the new National Museum of Crime and Punishment that allows visitors to step into the shoes of those who enforce the country’s laws.

The museum opens Friday, giving tourists the chance to perform an “autopsy” on a bruised dummy or drive a patrol car in a high-speed chase, among many exhibits.

“With most museums you walk and read and walk and read,” museum owner John Morgan said. “Here you walk and read and you do, you do, you do. I think that’s what is going to differentiate us from other attractions.”

Attracting tourists in Washington’s now crowded museum scene may prove to be a difficult task.

The crime museum, which charges about $18 for adults and $15 for children ages 5 to 11, is likely to face competition from several new entries, including the Newseum and the Madame Tussauds wax museum.
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NYC Cop Robs Banks Then Buys Girlfriend Diamond Ring…

Source: NY Times

Officer Christian A. Torres, and a gun that the police in Pennsylvania recovered from him on Thursday

A rookie NYC cop is being charged with robbing mulitple banks and then taking the loot and purchasing gifts for his girlfriend and paying off his school loans. I guess those low starting wages for NYC officers pushed him to other side of the law.
How many of you guys wanna bet this story will be turned into an episode of Law & Order ?

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Officer Torres, police officials said, committed three robberies at two branches of Sovereign Bank — twice in Manhattan and once in Pennsylvania — apparently using some of the $118,305 for a new car, for a diamond engagement ring for his girlfriend and to pay off his student loans.

He grew increasingly brazen, the police said: at the first robbery, in June 2007, he simply handed a note to the teller demanding money. At the second, in November, they said, he showed a gun in his belt, which police described as an imitation weapon. At the third, on Thursday, he waved his personal 9-millimeter gun at three bank employees as he demanded cash in $20, $50 and $100 bills, the police said.

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