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.
“Normally a new inmate would go for four, five cartons of cigarettes, more if he’s a celebrity. Nagin may be famous, but he’s a boring little bitch, he talks too much, and he has a bony ass.”
— Whitey Fitzgerald, inmate, former hedge fun manager
FCI Texarkana, low-security Federal Correctional Institution
Nagin, a Democrat who left office in 2010, was convicted on 20 counts ranging from bribery and fraud to tax evasion. He reported to a federal prison in Texas on Monday.
“Competition for high-profile inmates is usually robust, with former elected officials being among the most desirable among bidders.”
— FCI prison guard
Pre-checkin bidding for the former New Orleans Mayor was less active than anticipated, according to prison guards. “Competition for high-profile inmates is usually robust, with former elected officials being among the most desirable among bidders.” No conclusive explanation was given for the lackluster interest in Nagin, though some speculate the overall prison economy…
Cops conducted an illegal search of a house. So far, nothing new here. Cops found nothing. Still, nothing new. Cops decide to plant meth in the house. Interesting, but nearly impossible to prove. Cops get caught on their own dashcam talking about it. Bingo!
A police car dash cam captured Santa Clara deputies plotting to plant drugs in a woman’s home after their first illegal search turned up nothing, the woman claims in court.
Allison Ross, who was arrested after the second search of her home, sued the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department, its crime lab, Sheriff Laurie Smith, and 12 of her officers, in Federal Court.
Someone always asks, can the cops be so stupid that they would forget there is video and audio running, and talk about it openly? Well, apparently so, though the question isn’t necessarily about the degree of stupid as opposed to the degree of brazen. Force of habit dies hard. Continue reading →
Published on Oct 25, 2012. LEAP co-founder, Peter Christ, appears on WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY and takes on all aspects of our disastrous War on Drugs. Captain Christ is vice-chair of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition-
Project censored: The expanding police state tops the annual list of stories under-reported by the mainstream media, By Yael Chanoff – Thursday, October 11,2012
People who get their information exclusively from mainstream media sources may be surprised at the lack of enthusiasm on the left for President Barack Obama in this crucial election. But that’s probably because they weren’t exposed to the full online furor sparked by Obama’s continuation of his predecessor’s overreaching approach to national security, such as signing the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, which allows the indefinite detention of those accused of supporting terrorism, even U.S. citizens.
We’ll never know how this year’s election would be different if the corporate media adequately covered the NDAA’s indefinite detention clause and many other recent attacks on civil liberties. What we can do is spread the word and support independent media sources that do cover these stories. That’s where Project Censored comes in. Continue reading →