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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Beth Twitty reportedly visited Joran van der Sloot in a Peruvian jail.


Honor Natalee Holloway: Boycott Aruba :

(CNN) -- The mother of missing American teen Natalee Holloway met with the man suspected in her daughter's disappearance this week at the Peruvian prison where he is being held in another woman's death, attorneys for both sides said Friday. Beth Holloway is in Peru with a Dutch documentary maker.

Producers for the the ...Dutch journalist who is accompanying her posted a note on his website that said journalist Peter de Vries and the mother made a trip to Castro Castro prison to see suspect Joran van der Sloot.Beth Holloway's attorney, John Q. Kelly, confirmed the trip to CNN Friday saying, "She was at Castro Castro prison and she saw Joran."Van der Sloot's attorney, Lima Maximo Altez, also confirmed the meeting, telling CNN that it took place on Wednesday -- female visitor day at the prison.

Peru Altez said Holloway arrived with a group of Dutch journalists and asked to meet prison officials.Altez said van der Sloot was brought to the meeting "practically by force."Peru's "24 Horas" television program reported that Holloway spoke to van der Sloot for about five minutes before van der Sloot canceled the meeting because his lawyer was not present.

The program reported that they spoke very little and treated each other well.According to Altez, Holloway told van der Sloot that she doesn't have any hatred in her heart towards him. Van der Sloot replied that he understood, but that he couldn't talk to her further, and handed her his attorney's business card, Altez said.Holloway has not reached out to Altez, he said.

Kelly told CNN that Holloway didn't initially tell him about her planned trip to Peru until after she was already in the country. "She just said she wanted to see Joran, she didn't give me any of the substance of what she was going to talk about," he told NBC's "Today."Kelly said he spoke to Holloway after she saw van der Sloot, but told CNN he doesn't know what she said or how long she spent with van der Sloot. "She's been very guarded," he told "Today."De Vries said the crew did not break any rules and prison officials knew of their visit.

However, Castro Castro spokesman Bruno Guzman told CNN Thursday that Holloway was never allowed inside the prison.De Vries denied media reports that prison authorities detained them and confiscated the documentary crew's gear. Kelly also shot down those reports."I know she definitely wasn't arrested. ... Nothing was taken from her. It was done without violating any laws or breaking any regulations," Kelly told "Today."Early Friday morning, the receptionist at the Sheraton hotel in Lima, Peru, told CNN that Holloway was in her room, where she checked in by herself.

A woman in the room answered the phone in English, then immediately hung up. Kelly told "Today" that he doesn't believe Holloway's purpose in meeting with van der Sloot -- whom he has called a "pathological liar" -- was to get answers out of him. Instead, Kelly said, "I think it was more to deliver the message that he might be in Peru but she hasn't gone away. She's determined to get answers, and you know, she wants to bring Natalee home."Van der Sloot is imprisoned awaiting trial on a murder charge in the death of Peruvian student Stephany Flores.Flores body was found in May in a hotel room registered to van der Sloot, which the two were seen entering on surveillance camera video.

He also is charged with a count of wire fraud and a count of extortion in Alabama for allegedly trying to extort more than $250,000 from Holloway's family in return for disclosing the location of her body.Natalee Holloway was last seen in the early hours of May 30, 2005, leaving an Oranjestad, Aruba, nightclub with van der Sloot and two other men, brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe.

She was visiting the island with about 100 classmates to celebrate their graduation from Mountain Brook High School in suburban Birmingham, Alabama.Van der Sloot was arrested twice in Aruba in connection with the younger Holloway's disappearance, but was never charged. He has denied responsibility for her disappearance.In a jailhouse interview with a Dutch television station this month, van der Sloot said he is remorseful for telling so many stories regarding the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, but once again denied culpability in the case.

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Beth Twitty reportedly visited Joran van der Sloot in a Peruvian jail.

Friday, July 16, 2010

American Creole Indians suffer from erosion, hurricanes now BP / Haliburton oil spills


The United Houma Nation (UHN) is a state recognized tribe of approximately 17,000 tribal citizens residing within a six-parish (county) service area encompassing 4,570 square miles. The six parishes, Terrebonne, Lafourche, Jefferson, St. Mary, St. Bernard and Plaquemines parishes are located along the southeastern coast of Louisiana. Within this area, distinct tribal communities are situated among the interwoven bayous and canals where Houmas traditionally earned a living. Although by land and road these communities are distant, they were historically very close by water. However, boat travel is no longer a viable option due to the effects of coastal erosion, which has left these waterways either nonexistent or impassable and often treacherous.
The Houma Tribe has not yet been Federally recognized, awaiting a response for over 20 years from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior. This is our story.


We have had many battles over the years. We've fought for educational opportunities, recognition by the Federal government, protection of our homelands from coastal erosion and hurricanes, and we're now preparing for the impact of the massive oil spill.  The BP Deepwater Disaster threatens the health  and long-term survival of the United Houma Nation communities. Spread throughout six parishes of Southeastern Louisiana, our history, culture, and livelihoods are deeply tied to water. We are a resilient people and will do everything we can to preserve our way of life.  The Tribe has been working with local, state and federal government as well as foundations and environmental organizations on addressing some of the current and forthcoming impacts of this oil spill. Please continue to visit the website for updates on these issues. 

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

ARKANSAS FREEDOM OF SPEECH: Arkansas Code Sections 16-501

Arkansas Code Sections 16-501 - 16-508



State of Arkansas

Arkansas Code Title 16, Chapter 63

Subchapter 5. Citizen Participation in Government Act

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This subchapter shall be known as and may be cited as the "Citizen Participation in Government Act".

16-63-502. Legislative findings.

The General Assembly finds and declares that:
(1) It is in the public interest to encourage participation by the citizens of the state of Arkansas in matters of public significance through the exercise of their constitutional rights of freedom of speech and the right to petition government for a redress of grievances; (2) The valid exercise of the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and the right to petition government for a redress of grievances should not be chilled through abuse of the judicial process; (3) The threat of a civil action for damages in the form of a strategic lawsuit against political participation and the possibility of considerable legal costs can act as a deterrent to citizens who wish to report information to federal, state, or local agencies; and (4) Strategic lawsuits against political participation can effectively punish concerned citizens for exercising the constitutional right to speak and petition the government for redress of grievances.

16-63-503. Definitions.

As used in this subchapter:
(1) "An act in furtherance of the right of free speech or the right to petition government for a redress of grievances under the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in connection with an issue of public interest or concern" includes, but is not limited to, any written or oral statement, writing, or petition made:
(A) Before or to a legislative, executive, or judicial proceeding, or other proceeding authorized by state, regional, county, or municipal governments; or (B) In connection with an issue under consideration or review by a legislative, executive, or judicial body, or other body authorized by state, regional, county, or municipal government; and
(2)(A) "Privileged communication" means a communication made:
(i) In, to, or about an issue of public concern related to any legislative, executive, or judicial proceeding, or other proceeding authorized by state, regional, county, or municipal governments; (ii) In the proper discharge of an official duty; and (iii) By a fair and true report of any legislative, executive, or judicial proceeding, or other proceeding authorized by state, regional, county, or municipal governments or anything said in the course of the proceeding.
(2)(B) "Privileged communication" also includes:
(i) All expressions of opinion or criticisms in regard to any legislative, executive, or judicial proceeding, or other proceeding authorized by state, regional, county, or municipal governments; and (ii) All criticisms of the official acts of any and all public officers.
(2)(C) "Privileged communication" does not include a statement or report made with knowledge that it was false or with reckless disregard of whether it was false.

16-63-504. Immunity from suit.

Any person making a privileged communication or performing an act in furtherance of the right of free speech or the right to petition government for a redress of grievances under the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in connection with an issue of public interest or concern shall be immune from civil liability, unless a statement or report was made with knowledge that it was false or with reckless disregard of whether it was false.

16-63-505. Verification requirement.

For any claim asserted against a person or entity arising from possible privileged communication or an act by that person or entity that could reasonably be construed as an act in furtherance of the right of free speech or the right to petition government for a redress of grievances under the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in connection with an issue of public interest or concern, the party asserting the claim and the party's attorney of record, if any, shall be required to file, contemporaneously with the pleading containing the claim, a written verification under oath certifying that: 
(1) The party and his or her attorney of record, if any, have read the claim; (2) To the best of the party's or his or her attorney's knowledge, information, and belief formed after reasonable inquiry the claim is well grounded in fact and is warranted by existing law or a good faith argument for the extension, modification, or reversal of existing law; (3) The act forming the basis for the claim is not a privileged communication; and (4) The claim is not asserted for any improper purpose such as to suppress a person's or entity's right of free speech or right to petition government, to harass, or to cause unnecessary delay or needless increase in the cost of litigation.

16-63-506. Failure to properly verify.

(a) If a claim governed by Section 16-63-505 is not verified as required by Section 16-63-505, the claim shall be stricken unless it is verified within ten (10) days after the omission is called to the attention of the party asserting the claim or his or her attorney of record.
(b)(1) If a claim is verified in violation of Section 16-63-505, the court upon motion or upon its own initiative shall impose upon the persons who signed the verification, a represented party, or both an appropriate sanction, which may include dismissal of the claim and an order to pay to the other party or parties the amount of the reasonable expenses incurred because of the filing of the claim, including a reasonable attorney's fee.
(b)(2) Other compensatory damages may only be recovered upon the demonstration that the claim was commenced or continued for the purpose of harassing, intimidating, punishing, or maliciously inhibiting a person or entity from making a privileged communication or performing an act in furtherance of the right of free speech or the right to petition government for a redress of grievances under the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in connection with an issue of public interest or concern.

16-63-507. Procedure.

(a)(1) All discovery and any pending hearings or motions in an action for a claim governed by Section 16-63-505 shall be stayed upon the filing of a motion to dismiss or a motion to strike under Section 16-63-506.
(a)(2) A hearing on a motion filed under Section 16-63-506 shall be conducted not more than thirty (30) days after service unless emergency matters before the court require a later hearing.
(b) The court, upon motion and for good cause shown, may order that specified discovery or other hearings or motions be conducted notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section.

16-63-508.

Nothing in this subchapter shall affect or preclude the right of any party to any recovery otherwise authorized by common law, statute, or rule.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Six New Orleans Cops Indicted In Danziger Bridge Case



Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Six New Orleans Police Officers Indicted in Danziger Bridge Case
WASHINGTON –Six officers with the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) were charged today in connection with the federal investigation of a police-involved shooting on the Danziger Bridge in the days after Hurricane Katrina, the Justice Department announced today.   The incident resulted in the death of two civilians and the wounding of four others.  

The indictment charges four officers – Kenneth Bowen, Robert Gisevius, Robert Faulcon and Anthony Villavaso – in connection with the shootings, and charges those four officers and two supervisors – Arthur “Archie” Kaufman and Gerard Dugue – with helping to obstruct justice during the subsequent investigations.

The indictment alleges that officers Bowen, Gisevius, Faulcon and Villavaso open fired on an unarmed family on the east side of the bridge, killing 17-year- old James Brissette, and wounding Susan Bartholomew, 38; Leonard Bartholomew III, 44; the Bartholomew’s daughter, Lesha, 17; and the Bartholomew’s nephew, Jose Holmes, 19. The Bartholomews’ 14-year-old son ran away from the shooting and was fired at, but was not injured.  

The second shooting occurred minutes later on the west side of the bridge, where officers shot at brothers Lance and Ronald Madison,   killing Ronald, a 40-year-old man with severe mental disabilities. The indictment alleges Faulcon shot Ronald Madison in the back as Ronald ran away.   Bowen is charged with stomping and kicking Ronald Madison while Ronald was wounded, but not yet dead.   Ronald later died at the scene.
           
“As our investigation of the Danziger Bridge incident shows, the Justice Department will vigorously pursue anyone who allegedly violated the law,” said Attorney General Holder. “Put simply, we will not tolerate wrongdoing by those who have sworn to protect the public.” 

“In the days following Hurricane Katrina, the people of New Orleans were relying upon law enforcement to protect public safety. The officers indicted today are accused of abusing their power and violating their public trust. Today’s indictment exemplifies the department’s commitment to aggressively prosecute any officer who violates the law either by engaging in misconduct or a conspiracy to deny justice,” said Thomas E. Perez, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division.

“Today’s  indictment should serve as compelling evidence of our unswerving and unconditional commitment to achieve essential goals: to achieve true justice for any victims of the charged killings, shootings and abuse on the Danziger Bridge, and the alleged corrupt cover-up that followed; to unmask and bring to justice those officers who according to the indictment abused their power in committing violent crimes against the unarmed citizens they were sworn to protect; to restore the trust in the men and women of law enforcement who do serve the people and honor the badge; and to make certain that no one should ever have to fear those whose job it is to protect them,” said Jim Letten, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

“The charges announced in today’s indictment show the commitment by the FBI to hold individuals who break the law accountable, regardless of their positions in a community or the circumstances under which the crimes occurred,” said Kevin L. Perkins, Assistant Director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division.

 “One year ago, FBI New Orleans made a commitment to dedicate all the necessary resources to ensure this matter was thoroughly and fairly investigated to a logical conclusion.  Today’s indictments indicate that we continue to honor that commitment,” said David W. Welker, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s New Orleans Field Office.

The four officers charged with killing civilians face maximum penalties of life in prison or the death penalty.   The officers face additional penalties for the remaining counts, which include charges related to a conspiracy to cover up what had happened on the bridge, and conspiracies to file charges against two of the victims, Lance Madison and Jose Holmes, on the basis of false evidence.

According to the indictment, officers at the scene of the shooting arrested Lance Madison and charged him with eight counts of attempting to kill police officers.   Officers collected no guns or shell casings on the day of the shooting, and 30 casings they collected more than a month later were allegedly fired by officers rather than civilians.   Madison was held in jail for three weeks, but was eventually released without indictment.

The indictment accuses Kaufman and Dugue of joining the other four defendants in a conspiracy to cover up what had happened on the bridge and to make the shootings appear justified.  Kaufman is charged with obtaining a gun from his home and claiming to have found the gun at the bridge on the day after the shooting, and with making up witnesses and then creating statements from the fictional witnesses to help justify the shooting.   Kaufman and Dugue are also accused of holding a meeting, in an abandoned and gutted out NOPD building, at which homicide sergeants instructed officers involved in the shooting to get their stories straight before giving formal audiotaped statements about the shooting.

Kaufman and Dugue, who concluded in a formal report that the shooting was justified and that Lance Madison and Jose Holmes should be arrested, are also accused of conspiring with each other and with other officers to have Madison and Holmes prosecuted on the basis of false evidence.

Kaufman faces a maximum penalty of 120 years in prison, and Dugue faces a maximum penalty of 70 years in prison.

Today’s indictment follows guilty pleas from five former NOPD officers who admitted that they participated in a conspiracy to obstruct justice and cover up what happened on Sept. 4, 2005.  The officers include former Lieutenant Michael Lohman, former detective Jeffrey Lehrmann, and former Officers Michael Hunter, Robert Barrios, and Ignatius Hills.

The charges set forth in an indictment are merely accusations and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty
            
This case, which is ongoing, is being investigated by the FBI’s New Orleans Field Office, and is being prosecuted by Deputy Chief Bobbi Bernstein and Trial Attorney Forrest Christian of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, along with Assistant U.S. Attorney Julia K. Evans of the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

BART cop: Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter


Johannes Mehserle: Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter

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(Left) Johannes Mehserle; (right) the scene at the Fruitvale BART station where Oscar Grant was shot by former BART police officer, Mehserle, on New Year's Day 2009. Mehserle testified that he mistakenly pulled out his pistol instead of a stun gun when he shot and killed an unarmed black man who was lying face down on an Oakland train platform.(AP Photo/ Los Angeles County Superior Court)
A Los Angeles jury reached a verdict: BART cop Johannes Mehserle is guilty of involuntary manslaughter. He was convicted of killing Oscar Grant on New Year's Day 2009.
Involuntary manslaughter comes with a 2 - 4 year prison sentence.
Update 4:20: Sentencing will be handed down on August 6.
Outside the LA County Courthouse, a member of the LA Coalition for Justice is giving an angry speech. Among other things, he is calling the verdict a cover up.
Update 4:35: Attorney for Oscar Grant's family says the family is "extremely disappointed" in the "compromised verdict."
Update 4:50: Frank Chu is in Oakland, live at the scene.
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4:54 PM: KRON4 reports: "There are no reports of riots. KRON 4's Christine Connolly at the Fruitvale BART station describes it as very quiet."
Update 4:56: With all due respect to the dearly departed, Rev. Keith Mohammed, who is speaking right now in front of the courtroom, is sure spouting lots of gibberish. He's asking for Mayor Dellums to call in the "federal authorities" for justice. Oy.
Update 5:04: Oscar Grant's mother is very upset. "This battle is not over," she says, while mentioning God, Jesus Christ and "Our Lord and Savior." She also yelled "He was murdered," several times.
Update 5:32: Mark Curry (AKA Hanging With Mr. Cooper) is live on KGO. Also, the scene at 14th and Broadway are getting tense. Except a more heated scene as the night approaches.
Update 5:36: Several members of the crowd are attacking police cars. A mild, but noteworthy, skirmish.
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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Arkansas crime center (ACIC) employee arrested on porn charge


It's my understanding that this pervert is on "paid-leave" while cooling his heels in jail!

As reported by FOX16 NEWS Little Rock:

Crime center employee arrested on porn charge

Reported by: Tracy Crain
Email: tcrain@fox16.com
Last Update: 7/02 10:30 am




Fredrick Rains, 61, was arrested for three counts of child pornography.
Fredrick Rains, 61, was arrested for three counts of child pornography.
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office has arrested Fredrick Rains, 61, for three counts of child pornography. Rains is an employee at the Arkansas Crime Information Center.

The arrest occurred after a two week investigation which stemmed from a complaint that Rains' was taking pictures of a girl in a restaurant.

At this time, the investigation is ongoing. Additional charges are anticipated.

Rains has been taken to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and is currently being held with no bond.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

REPRINT: LRPD Cop Sexually Harassing River Market Patrons


It can now be reported that Shannon Dewayne Cox has been identified as the River Market's Toe Suck Fairy. Mounted Patrolman Cox's latest indiscretion came to light a couple of weeks ago after three female patrons complained to two city officials about his obsession with their feet. One of them purportedly described Cox as, "that creepy cop with the foot fetish!" The statements obtained included, "Ofc. Cox was confirmed to be 'hanging out while on-duty' in front of Willy D's bar, again. And all three (3) of these females were indeed wearing, 'open-toed footwear.'" Cox was hard at it that week (no pun intended) when these women were forced to complain about this sicko's "problem." Apparently, this wasn't the first time they had to endure the "foot inspection" while trying to use a public sidewalk that just happened to be in front of Willy D's bar. Hmm, why would a Little Rock police officer be posted in the same place every time these ladies decided to visit the River Market district? I would guess that this freak did not have any supervision, and that alone, would enable him to be able to commit his "sex crimes" at will. I have several blog readers at City Hall. They can't claim that they weren't warned ahead of time about the big-time sexual harassment lawsuits that are about to be served regarding Cox's continued sexual harassment of River Market patrons.
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COMMENT:
If LRPD spent more time protecting citizens rather than harassing them and simply considering them fodder for their corrupt interest, maybe we would feel safer in this city.
That is unless you live "NORTH OF MARKAM", then you ARE protected, we won't mention race as a factor, hmmm.
We have LT. Cops under investigation for circumventing police porn filters because they are obsessed and receiving counseling for "Black Porn Addictions". Nice way to spend city time & resources. I can go on, but you get the point.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Crooked Cop "Wayne" Cox, Illegal Access, Criminal Cover-ups

On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-1968), commonly referred to as the "RICO Act", became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as "the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce". S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1969). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.

Organized crime or criminal organizations is a  grouping of highly centralized enterprises run by criminals for the purpose of engaging in illegal activity, most commonly for the purpose of generating a monetary profit. The Organized Crime Control Act (U.S., 1970) defines organized crime as "The unlawful activities of [...] a highly organized, disciplined association. 


Arkansas § 5-74-104. Engaging in a Continuing Criminal Gang, Organization, or Enterprise.

(a)(1) A person commits the offense of engaging in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise in the first degree if he:

(A) Commits or attempts to commit or solicits to commit a felony predicate criminal offense; and

(B) That offense is part of a continuing series of two (2) or more predicate criminal offenses which are undertaken by that person in concert with two (2) or more other persons with respect to whom that person occupies a position of organizer, a supervisory position, or any other position of management.

(2) A person who engages in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise in the first degree is guilty of a felony two (2) classifications higher than the classification of the highest underlying predicate offense referenced in subdivision 

(a)(1)(A) of this section.

(b)(1) A person commits the offense of engaging in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise in the second degree if he:

(A) Commits or attempts to commit or solicits to commit a felony predicate criminal offense; and

(B) That offense is part of a continuing series of two (2) or more predicate criminal offenses which are undertaken by that person in concert with two (2) or more other persons, but with respect to whom that person does not occupy the position of organizer, a supervisory position, or any other position of management.

(2) A person who engages in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise in the second degree is guilty of a felony one (1) classification higher than the classification of the highest underlying offense referenced in subdivision (b)(1)(A) of this section.

(c) A person who engages in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise where the underlying predicate offense is a Class A or Class Y felony shall be guilty of a Class Y felony.

(d) Any sentence of imprisonment imposed pursuant to this section shall be in addition to any sentence imposed for the violation of a predicate criminal offense.

Arkansas § 5-74-108. Engaging in Violent Criminal Group Activity

(a) Any person who violates any provision of Arkansas law that is a crime of violence while acting in concert with two (2) or more other persons is subject to enhanced penalties.

(b) Upon conviction of a crime of violence committed while acting in concert with two (2) or more other persons, the classification and penalty range is increased by one (1) classification.

(c) The fact that the group was not a criminal gang, organization, or enterprise is not a defense to prosecution under this section.








HERE IS THE BOTTOM-LINE, OFFICER  "WAYNE" COX,  DIRTY COP...

YOU ASSAULTED A CREOLE INDIAN (Act of War),  IF THAT'S NOT ENOUGH, 
YOU'VE ASSAULTED A CREOLE INDIAN TRIBAL MEMBER TWICE (incitement).  

YOU MUST  BE OUT OF YOUR DAMN DIRTY MIND, DIRTY-ASS COP (RICO).  

 KEEP YOUR DIRTY COP HANDS TO YOURSELF. 

THAT ALSO GOES FOR YOUR ILLEGAL JIM CROW TICKETS & BACK-DOOR "CASE-UP" ATTEMPTS, YOU CORRUPT DIXIE WHISTLIN' PUBLIC OFFICIAL.  

WE KNOW IT WAS YOU DIRTY COP (ACIC). 

LUCKILY NOT EVERY COP IN LITTLE ROCK SHARES YOUR AMORAL VIEWS ABOUT THEIR JOB- YOUR FELLOW CO-WORKERS "BEHIND THE BLUE LINE" SEE THROUGH YOU AND WANT NO PART OF YOUR ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES, 

ENJOY THE DAY SHIFT- YOU ARE EXPOSED.
5915 Buffalo River Rd
 RICO offenses
Under the law, racketeering activity means:

  • Any violation of state statutes against gamblingmurderkidnappingextortionarsonrobberybribery, dealing in obscene matter, or dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in the Controlled Substances Act);

  • Any act of briberycounterfeitingtheftembezzlementfraud, dealing in obscene matter, obstruction of justiceslaveryracketeering,gamblingmoney laundering, commission of murder-for-hire, and several other offenses covered under the Federal criminal code (Title 18);
    • Bringing in, aiding or assisting aliens in illegally entering the country (if the action was for financial gain);
    Pattern of racketeering activity requires at least two acts of racketeering activity, one of which occurred after the effective date of this chapter and the last of which occurred within ten years (excluding any period of imprisonment) after the commission of a prior act of racketeering activity. 


    The U.S. Supreme Court has instructed federal courts to follow the continuity-plus-relationship test in order to determine whether the facts of a specific case give rise to an established pattern. Predicate acts are related if they "have the same or similar purposes, results, participants, victims, or methods of commission, or otherwise are interrelated by distinguishing characteristics and are not isolated events." (H.J. Inc. v. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.) Continuity is both a closed and open ended concept, referring to either a closed period of conduct, or to past conduct that by its nature projects into the future with a threat of repetition.
    We can believe there exists police departments that do not have a single bad cop; and conversely we can believe there exists police departments that do not have a single good cop.


     RICO conflict of Interest (FEDERAL & STATE CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS TO FOLLOW):  

    THE DIRTY RIVERMARKET COP IS MARRIED TO THE MANAGER OF WILLY D'S OFFERING PRIVATE POLICE SERVICES FOR HIS OWN PERSONAL COMPENSATION AND AT THE EXPENSE OF LITTLE ROCK TAX PAYERS!

    Three years ago a drunk chick partying hardy at Willy D's, where this crooked cop's wife is the manager, ran right over a sidewalk & plowed a full-sized work truck over my Willy Dog USA hotdog cart in the Little Rock River Market. And nearly killed me, I jump out of the way and was just missed by the vehicle- scary. The River Market Axis of Evil have been trying to cover-up the crime ever since. The drunk was arrested for reckless & DWI 1, blew a .186 alcohol blood level . Served 7 days time served, rehab & 1350 fine.

    My Willy Dog USA (RETAIL: $8,000) hotdog cart was replaced by the drunk's insurance company. Willy D's is still afraid that I will sue the crap out of them because they have always been a bunch of R.I.C.O jerks, to say the least. Now it's come back to haunt them- KARMA. Ever since then, this dirty cop has been allowed to harass our business in the River Market.  

    They have been aware of this dirty cop for THREE years and have just now started to investigate him, because he has recently committed a felony that he CANNOT hide from, neither can this city.

    The particular dirty cop that I am speaking of is, Mounted Patrolman Shannon Dewayne Cox, stupid enough to put his dirty cop hands upon me without provocation on TWO seperate occasions & think's that he can hide behind his badge & Jim Crow style corruption at the Internal Affairs Division to bail him out each time he does something dirty.

    He loves to trump-up felony charges & put other cop's names on his busts so he doesn't have to go to court alone. He hopes that he could convince enough fellow "boy's in blue" to go along with him and harass Willy Dog USA.


    I spoke with MANY cops before making my decisions. THE MAJORITY agree with me. A dirty cop dirt's up everyone. I know he's dirty because I've known the guy for 4 years. I even vouched for him once to LRPD IAD when two beligerent African-Americans kicked out of WILLY D's accused him of racism. And he now has the nerve to put his dirty cop hands on me TWICE.


    I know much about him because I KNOW HIM. I know of an anonymous member of the health care profession that accuses him of doctor shopping Viagra. I know that he takes high blood pressure medicine, so this makes sense.


    I know that his now WIFE!! (RICO), Carla Farquhar-Cox, drunk serving manager of Willy D's (DWI police report to prove it) used to be the brunt of his "fellatio performance" jokes for four long years. Oh, I KNOW HIM.


    How many people know that you give Willy D's selective enforcement services on all of our dime Officer Cox? Nice benefits.


    My next questions will be to ACIC, the State Police and the FBI.

    Much more to come on this story of racketeers.

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