As if we didn’t have enough of our own home-grown perverts, we bring them in from Ebola hot-zones now.
Where to begin with this one… At left is the good doctor Larry Akinsanmi.
Larry lives in the toney suburb of Marlboro Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, or at least he did until 10/30/2014 when he was picked up for raping teenage girls – likely his own relatives.
From Monmouth County PD EMS FaceBook:
Lawrence A Akinsanmi, a 50-year-old Male of Marlboro Twp was arrested on Tuesday October 28th, 2014 in the Township of Marlboro following a police investigation. According to court documents Akinsanmi had sexually assaulted his two victims one beginning at the age of 14 and the other at the age of 15. Akinsanmi would sexually assault his 14-year-old victim by engaging in sexual intercourse with the 14-year-old victim on multiple occasions each month until she had reached the age of 20 years old. Akinsanmi, according to court documents, would sexually assault his 15-year-old victim by rubbing her private area(s). Akinsanmi is/was related to both of his victims by blood or affinity.
Akinsanmi has been charged with (2) Aggravated Sexual Assault, (2) Endangering the Welfare of a Child, (1) Sexual Assault, Supervisory Individual and additionally (1) Criminal Sexual Contact. Bail for Akinsanmi has been set to $450,000 full w/no option to post 10% according to records & he has been taken to MCCI in lieu of bail. Additionally Akinsanmi has been order to have no contact w/both of his victims.
James: A lot has been written warning us of what will happen when the City Dwellers find their homes are untenable and vacate [en masse as The Golden Horde] for “the country”, but I haven’t seen anything on what the make-up of these hordes will be. The generic term “city dwellers” encompasses a lot of territory. Who will they be,what kind of shape will they be in, how will they be armed…all of these need to be examined.One category needs to be examined, I feel, more closely than others. Since I have seen posts on your site lately dealing with the nitty-gritty, unpleasant aspects of prepping, I think this is a needed look into what’s out there. I’ve been a cop over 20 years, my last uniform assignment before moving to Investigator being a two year stretch of Anti-Crime patrols in the Section 8 Housing projects of my city. This put me into contact with some of the “Worst of the Worst” that will be fleeing the cities in time of trouble. Gang-bangers, common street thugs, dope dealers and users, all have a place in the hierarchy of the streets. And they will certainly be part of what preppers will be facing in times of troubles. Here’s some of what I have learned:
The bottom rung is occupied by the drug addicts and users. They exist, not live as we understand the word. They have no assets, no goals, no drive. But they do have an almost animal instinct to continue living. They will be armed with anything they can steal or lay hands on. Most will have a knife of razor box cutter, and some sort of cheap pistol, or they will not live to get out of the city. Since they have no resources or assets, they will be on the edge of starvation and desperation almost within a day of an event. With no fixed residence or place to defend, they will be hitting the road and coming towards us. They will become violent without any provocation and there will be no negotiating or bargaining with them. They don’t want to hear your story or excuses. All they want is what you have. And have no doubts: They will do anything to get what they want. And this does include catering to their most base instincts of rape, murder and mutilation. Letting someone like this even close to you and what you have is flirting with death.
The New Jersey Health Department has issued a mandatory quarantine order for Dr. Nancy Snyderman and the other members of an NBC crew who were exposed to a cameraman with Ebola. The mandatory order was issued after a voluntary 21-day isolation agreement was violated.
A spokeswoman for the state health department told the The Associated Press that Snyderman and her crew remains symptom-free and that there is no reason for concern of exposure to the deadly virus to the community. Citing privacy concerns, the spokeswoman would not give further details, including who violated the agreement and how the state learned of a violation.
Snyderman and her crew were reporting in Liberia about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with Ashoka Mukpo, a freelance cameraman who was infected with the disease. He is now being treated in Omaha, Nebraska. The director of the Nebraska Medical Center’s isolation unit said Friday that Mukpo’s condition was slightly improved, the Associated Press reported. Continue reading →