Friday, February 27, 2015

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Thursday, February 5, 2015

A man's Facebook postings have landed him in federal court,

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DETROIT — A man's Facebook postings have landed him in federal court, where he is charged with threatening to behead the New York City police officer involved in the July chokehold death of an African-American man.
According to records in U.S. District Court, the man's Facebook page included this post: "I'm going to personally kill and behead Daniel Pantaleo. This is a written threat and has to be taken extremely seriously."
Pantaleo is the New York City officer who was involved in the arrest and death of Eric Garner on July 17.

South Carolina officials say shots were fired on the university's campus Thursday afternoon, but there is no longer a threat


Columbia, SC (WLTX) - University of South Carolina officials say shots were fired on the university's campus Thursday afternoon, but there is no longer a threat on campus.
The school sent out a Carolina Alert, its campus notification system, on e-mail and Twitter around 1:20 p.m. saying the incident happened at the Arnold School of Public Health. The alert told students to seek safe shelter and to obey officials.
At 2:15 p.m., they followed up with an additional alert that said there was no longer an existing threat on campus.
Law enforcement officials told News19 earlier that the shooter was inside the health building. No additional details were immediately available, on what may have led up to the shooting, but a heavy police presence could be seen in the area.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Every Sharpton business known has been dissolved for failure to comply with tax rules.

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So far, every for-profit enterprise started by Al Sharpton and known to National Review Online has been shut down in at least one jurisdiction for failure to pay taxes, a review of public records in New York and Delaware reveals.
Records show that Sharpton’s beleaguered for-profit entities often overlap and intertwine, some sharing ties with the reverend’s nonprofit organization, National Action Network. Their financial records are copious, confusing, and sometimes outright bizarre, and together, they depict persistent financial woes for Sharpton, who also personally owes New York State nearly $596,000, according to active tax warrants.http://www.nationalreview.com/article/397681/busted-jillian-kay-melchior