A 22-year-old Brandon Williams, of Montclair, faces a murder charge in the death of James Goff, 22, in the 2:30 a.m. shooting on Clifton Avenue. Williams was detained shortly after the shooting by Newark Police officers and later charged, authorities said. He also faces weapons offenses. No motive was given for the shooting. Goff was one of two men killed in separate shootings early Sunday in Newark. Shahire Williamson, 19, of Irvington, was shot to death just after midnight on North Munn Avenue. A 24-year-old man was critically injured in that incident… Source: Montclair man charged in Newark shooting death
How on earth do these damaged, dysfunctional disaster-areas wind up ‘teaching’ young people?
In today’s “Tales from the Gender Studies Department“, we have Kevin Allred: ex Mormon, gay, anti-white, anti-Christian, anti-2nd amendment and child of an abusive father (read his story in his words here and here.)
He has a somewhat standard gay man’s fetish for glamorous black females. Whatever. I pity this guy – for all his self righteous venom and sophistry – as he’s just a mess. I am truly sorry his father was an asshole and treated him so (obviously) devastatingly.
Best, though, if the aberrance that is his broken mind were not held out by Rutgers University of someone worthy of emulation, authority or relevance.
A Rutgers University professor who’s not too crazy about the president-elect says his post-Election Day comments landed him in a psych ward.The NYPD took Kevin Allred into custody Tuesday night at his Brooklyn home, with cops saying they were answering a Rutgers police department call for help.Allred was loaded into an ambulance and taken to Bellevue Hospital for evaluation…… Source: Rutgers professor taken for psych eval after ‘threatening’ tweets
…County Prosecutor’s Office said Wednesday that Manny Marques was arrested in Newark following the alleged incident over the weekend.The victim was 4 years old, News12 reports.He faces charges of aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Authorities say the charges aren’t related to his work as a Newark police officer…Source: Newark, NJ officer arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 4-year-old
… Michael P. Knight of Newark has surrendered to police and been charged in a brutal attack of a college student has surrendered. Knight turned himself in on Friday night to face charges in the attack on Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus this month. Authorities say he struck the woman on the head, severely beat her and was attempting to sexually assault her when a group intervened around 3:30 a.m. on May 4. Knight was described as being 6-feet, 2-inches, with shoulder-length dreadlocks and several tattoos. including a large “D” on his neck.
The incident was reported to have occurred in the area of Van Dyke Hall on the College Avenue campus in New Brunswick, according to police . Knight followed the woman as she walked on the College Avenue campus on Wednesday, May 4 at 3:30 a.m. He attacked her in the area of Van Dyke Hall, near College Avenue and Seminary Place … He struck her in the face, severely beat her, dragged her to the side of a building and was attempting to sexually assault her when a group of individuals intervened, prosecutors said. She had screamed out for help when she was first attacked, which alerted nearby witnesses. Knight fled on foot when the group intervened, running off towards Seminary Place. But as he ran, he said he had a gun and threatened to shoot one of the men who attempted to chase him.
He has been charged with aggravated assault, attempted aggravated sexual assault, kidnapping and other charges. Knight was being held on $1 million bail and it wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer to comment on the charges. The woman was treated and released from a hospital. Adapted from source: Michael Knight, 37, Charged In Brutal Rutgers Attack Surrenders
Nothing to see here, this is all fine folks, Just move along.
FedGov is now openly programming thought monitoring and neighbor-snitching. And, better yet, we also see once again that the mental health industry is merely one tentacle of state power. (Dr. Szaz where are you?). Same for your clergy it seems.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Federal Bureau of Investigation is setting up shared responsibility committees in New Jersey to help stop home-grown terrorism.WCBS 880’s Mike Smeltz reported this partnership between communities and the FBI looks to use identification and mental health counseling as tools to those who might head down a path of extremism. The committees would include community leaders, clergy members and mental health professionals whose goal would be to identify those who might support terrorist activities and stopping it before ideas turn into plans.This would be someone who’s expressed support for a terrorist group, either in a community meeting or online.The Record reported that some in the Muslim community in New Jersey are worried that this program will effectively turn community members into government informants.The FBI said this initiative is about heading off extremism before law enforcement gets involved. Source: FBI Setting Up Responsibility Communities In NJ To Stop Terrorism