Friday, June 18, 2021
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Road rage gone wrong?
Does not sound like a Muslim terror attack just somebody who lost his cool
One is killed and 12 are injured after a gunman goes on a drive-by shooting spree in Phoenix before being taken into custody
An apparently random drive-by shooting spree in the suburbs northwest of Phoenix has left one person dead, three others shot, and another nine treated for minor injuries. Police in Surprise, Arizona confirmed on Thursday afternoon that the suspected shooter's vehicle had been intercepted by officers, and that a lone suspect was in custody. The chaotic shooting spree spanned across eight separate scenes where shots were fired, as the gunman drove a white SUV through the area firing wildly at strangers, investigators said. 'We don't know the nexus, we don't know what the motive was, we don't know what this person was thinking when they went out and did this,' said Peoria Police Department Sergeant Brandon Sheffert at a press conference. Peoria police say there were at least 13 victims over the course of the hour and a half shooting spree, including four gunshot victims, one of whom died.
The other three gunshot victims are expected to survive. The additional injuries included cuts from broken glass and similar shrapnel injuries, police said. Sgt. Greg Welch told DailyMail.com that the shootings appear to have been made 'at random'. Arizona resident Hailee Beaton said her mom was shot by the unnamed suspect. It is not clear what condition her mother is in. At 4pm, she tweeted to warn people to stay off the road as someone was 'driving around and shooting random cars.' 'There's multiple victims, including my mom that have been shot or have had their vehicles shot on Bell Road, Union Hills and the 303.' Source
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Dozens Injured in Russian Gas Station Explosion
A fuel tank explosion at a gas station in Russia’s third-largest city Novosibirsk has injured at least 33 people, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported Tuesday. Eyewitnesses posted video to social media showing the moment of Monday's explosion, with a huge plume of flames rising into the air. At least 17 of those injured have been hospitalized, seven of whom are in intensive care, RIA Novosti reported, citing the regional Health Ministry. The fire reportedly covered an area over 1,000 square meters. The Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case into performing work in violation of safety requirements following the explosion. Law enforcement authorities have detained the gas station's manager RIA Novosit reported, citing the deputy regional prosecutor. Source
Chemical plant explosion, fire prompt evacuations
An explosion at a northern Illinois chemical plant Monday morning sparked massive fires that sent flames and huge plumes of thick black smoke high into the air and debris raining onto the ground, prompting evacuations. After 7 a.m., emergency crews rushed to the scene of the fire at Chemtool Inc., a company that manufactures lubricants, grease products and other fluids, and is, according to the company, the largest manufacturer of grease in the Americas.Rockton Fire Department Chief Kirk Wilson said about 70 employees were evacuated safely from the plant, and that one firefighter suffered a minor injury. Chemtool's parent company, Lubrizol Corp., later said there were closer to 50 employees present when the plant was evacuated. The plumes became so big they were being picked up on weather radar. Wilson said there was "no danger to air quality at ground level." The Rockton Police Department posted an alert at 8:46 a.m. warning that fire officials had ordered a mandatory evacuation of homes and businesses near the plant. Later in the day, Gov. J.B. Pritzker's office expanded the evacuation zone from a 1- to a 2-mile radius from the plant "out of an abundance of caution," and encouraged people within that zone to wear masks to prevent them from inhaling soot. Source
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Monday, June 14, 2021
FBI Warns Lawmakers That QAnon 'Digital Soldiers' May Become More Violent.......Muslim Terror Attack In ....3...2...1.
We will see a Muslim terror attack soon
FBI Warns Lawmakers That QAnon 'Digital Soldiers' May Become More Violent.
Washington (CNN) The FBI has warned lawmakers that online QAnon conspiracy theorists may carry out more acts of violence as they move from serving as "digital soldiers" to taking action in the real world following the January 6 US Capitol attack. The shift is fueled by a belief among some of the conspiracy's more militant followers that they "can no longer 'trust the plan" set forth by its mysterious standard-bearer, known simply as "Q," according to an unclassified FBI threat assessment on QAnon sent to lawmakers last week, which was obtained by CNN. But the report suggests the failure of QAnon predictions to materialize has not led to followers abandoning the conspiracy. Instead, there's a belief that individuals need to take greater control of the direction of the movement than before. This might lead followers to seek to harm "perceived members of the 'cabal' such as Democrats and other political opposition -- instead of continually awaiting Q's promised actions which have not occurred," according to the assessment. "Other QAnon adherents likely will disengage from the movement or reduce their involvement in the wake of the administration change," it adds. Frequently described as a virtual cult, QAnon is a sprawling far-right conspiracy theory that promotes the absurd and false claim that former President Donald Trump has been locked in a battle against a shadowy cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles made up of prominent Democratic politicians and liberal celebrities. Source
How many people are dead because of the Masks?
Cashier slaughtered in supermarket for telling man to wear a mask
A cashier was gunned down inside a Georgia supermarket Monday simply for asking a man to put on a mask — and a retired deputy who intervened was also shot, authorities said. The afternoon horror happened at a Big Bear Supermarket in DeKalb, when the worker asked Victor Tucker Jr., 30, to mask up due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Tucker refused and got into an argument with the woman before leaving the store without making a purchase, the report and GBI said. The suspect then barged back inside and allegedly shot her in the head, authorities said. The cashier, who has not yet been identified, was later pronounced dead at Grady Memorial Hospital, GBI said in a press release. The retired deputy, a part-time reservist with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office who was working security at the store, jumped in and returned fire, Dekalb sheriff’s office spokeswoman Cynthia Williams told the Journal-Constitution.Both Tucker and the ex-deputy, a former 30-year member of the force, were struck by gunfire, authorities said. Authorities said a second cashier was grazed by a bullet and treated at the scene. The former deputy was wearing a bullet-proof vest at the time and is in stable condition at Atlanta Medical Center, DeKalb County Sheriff Melody Maddox said during a press conference, the newspaper reported. Tucker was arrested by responding deputies as he tried to crawl out of the front door of the supermarket, GBI said. He was also taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in stable condition. GBI said it is conducting an independent investigation into the shooting. Source