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Man shot in the head on his way home from work, then victimized by Monroe County Sheriffs

In this episode Shawn Ryan sits down with Don Bradley A.K.A. Head Shot Don, who is a former Green Beret and a former CIA Contractor who has over 20 combat deployments with the CIA alone.

Don has a severe TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and his symptoms can hit unexpectedly so we go right into the meat of this one with absolutely 0 fluff. He is an operator who has seen more combat than most can imagine, but consistently displayed the up most self restraint while under attack and extreme duress which is extremely hard to do.

They go into detail into 3 separate incidences one of which actually happens right here in The United States in Monroe County, Georgia, where his destiny unfortunately falls in the hands of the court system.

As of now, Don & Pam are “Six figures deep” in Medical costs and Legal fee’s.  So they’re doing something they rarely do, they’re asking for help.

On Dec 27th, 2018, Don Bradley (Head Shot Don) was assaulted on his way home from work, by a Road Raging motorist.

Pam (Don’s wife) learned the next day, after he’d been missing all night, that he was
in a Trauma center with a gunshot wound to the head and near death.  If that’s not crazy enough, what happened next was unbelievable.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department (MCSD) in Forsyth Georgia, falsely identified Don (even though they had Don’s wallet, license plate and driver’s license) as being a career criminal.

The shooter ( a man with a previous restraining order for Domestic Violence ) admitted to road rage and shooting Don.

Yet the sheriff,  (who was sworn in one week earlier)
before informing Pam that Don was shot and in a Trauma center,
before an investigation had even been done, and
believing that Don was a career criminal,
went on TV to tell everyone his opinion of what happened !!!

A few days later, Pam read an article about a lawsuit that the MCSD is
named in, over arresting and jailing a woman for possession of COTTON CANDY.

You can’t make this stuff up!
Google “Georgia woman arrested for Cotton Candy” and see for
yourself.

Four month’s before Don was shot, a MCSD deputy was BUSTED by a Fox5 i-Team investigation, after he arrested a woman and later took her to a dirt road, where he
offered to help her with her case if she’d give him a BJ.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJsftfWwhf8

Since Don’s incident, ANOTHER MCSD deputy was arrested in an undercover Drug sting, by a neighboring county PD!

https://www.ajc.com/news/crime–law/monroe-county-deputy-arrested-drug-possession-distribution-charges/iUBOMfRr2nzebYQu1WZX3N/

This is a disturbing TREND, considering the size of the sheriff’s department.  And a higher authority needs to Investigate them!  There’s much more waiting to be told, but that will have to wait until the upcoming trial.  Thank you for caring enough to read this far.

Don and Pam greatly appreciate your Love,  Prayer’s, and Support.
Thank you again and
God Bless!

You can support Pam and Don’s GoFundMe here, they could really use your help.

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Six-year-old kids armed and trained to fight Mexican drug cartels

A child militia in Mexico’s southwestern state of Guerrero is training boys, some as young as 6, to serve as the last line of defense should a cartel strike the community, as it has others.

The militia is known as CRAC-PF emerged in 2014 to replace police that were believed to be corrupt.

Due to an increase in violence, and targeted attacks by a local drug cartel they’ve taken the drastic step of training children as young as six to use guns. Government officials and human rights groups are accusing the militia of child exploitation.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the militia should be “ashamed” for arming the boys. “Training children to use weapons and then filming them is an abuse,” he said.

Violence erupted in 2019 and a growing number of people from Ayahualtempa were murdered when they ventured outside the village: one man shot in his car, another kidnapped, a boy shot dead in broad daylight.

The number of murders in the six miles around the village more than doubled in 2019 from a year earlier, said Chris Kyle, a professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham who studies violence in the region.

Boys 12 and older were given guns, a mix of 22-caliber rifles and 20-gauge shotguns. The younger boys practiced with sticks and toys, in preparation for the day when they can carry guns.

The escalation in violence comes amid a larger security crisis in Mexico, with 2019 registering the highest number of murders on record.

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Canadians Targeted in Debit Card Fraud, Check Your Bank Statements

A number of Canadians have been affected by debit card fraud in the past 30-days despite never having used their debit card online.

debit card fraud

The fraudulent transactions have been spotted on bank statements as “AMZN Mktp CA _” followed by a letter as shown in the image above.  The underscore denotes debit card.

All Canadians are advised to double-check their bank statements immediately and report any suspicious activity to their bank.

Attackers have timed the debit card fraud to hide among the holiday season shopping noise.

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Marshall County Man Convicted of Federal Cyberstalking and Gun Crime

A Marshall County man was convicted Thursday afternoon of cyberstalking as well as a federal gun violation following a four-day jury trial presided over by United States District Judge Debra M. Brown. Anthony Robinson, 54, of Byhalia, Mississippi, was found guilty of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, and Cyberstalking, a new federal law which makes it a crime to use email or other facility of interstate commerce to intimidate or harass a person and put them in reasonable fear of serious bodily injury or death. The announcement regarding Robinson’s conviction was made by U.S. Marshal Daniel R. McKittrick and U.S. Attorney William C. Lamar.

Testimony presented during the trial revealed that following his layoff in Desoto County, Robinson began sending emails referencing mass shootings to his former employer and the attorneys representing his former employer. In the emails, sent from October of 2018 until July of 2019, Robinson self-identified with a number of mass shooters, including Dewayne Craddock and Omar Thornton. Three victims testified that the emails put them in reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury. A search of Robinson’s residence revealed a number of firearms and ammunition.

Following the verdict, U.S. Attorney William C. Lamar noted the importance of this case and commended federal, state and local law enforcement partners for their dedication to helping make our communities safer. “This case marks the first prosecution in our District under the new federal law preventing cyberstalking and the new Project Guardian initiative, implemented by the Department of Justice in the Fall of 2019, remarked Lamar. “Utilizing the framework of Project Guardian alongside our existing efforts through Project Safe Neighborhoods, we will continue to work alongside our federal, state and local law enforcement partners to make our communities safer, one case at a time.”

The investigation and prosecution of Robinson was undertaken as part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, the Department of Justice’s longstanding gun violence reduction initiative, and Project Guardian, the Department of Justice’s new initiative to help reduce gun violence and enforce federal firearms laws. Initiated by the Attorney General in the fall of 2019, Project Guardian draws upon the Department’s past successful programs to reduce gun violence; enhances coordination of federal, state, local, and tribal authorities in investigating and prosecuting gun crimes; improves information-sharing by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives when a prohibited individual attempts to purchase a firearm and is denied by the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), to include taking appropriate actions when a prospective purchaser is denied by the NICS for mental health reasons; and ensures that federal resources are directed at the criminals posing the greatest threat to our communities.

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Former Employee Of Hospital Pleads Guilty To Compromising Dozens Of Hospital Computers And Coworkers’ Email Accounts And Stealing Their Confidential Information

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that RICHARD LIRIANO pled guilty today to one count of computer fraud in connection with his scheme to use malicious software programs, including a program known as a “keylogger,” on dozens of his coworkers’ computers at a New York City-area hospital, secretly obtaining user names and passwords to his victims’ personal email and other accounts, and using that unauthorized access to steal private and confidential files. Using his victims’ stolen credentials, LIRIANO repeatedly compromised their password-protected online accounts, and accessed their sensitive personal photographs, videos, and other private documents. LIRIANO pled guilty earlier today in Manhattan federal court before United States Magistrate Judge Kevin N. Fox.

U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said: “To feed his voyeuristic curiosity, Richard Liriano, an information technology professional at a New York hospital, installed a “keylogger” on dozens of his coworkers’ computers and used other unauthorized software to spy on and steal personal information from them. Liriano’s disturbing crimes not only invaded the privacy of his coworkers; he also intruded into computers housing vital healthcare and patient information, costing his former employer hundreds of thousands of dollars to remediate. He will now be held accountable for his actions.”

According to the allegations in the Information to which LIRIANO pled guilty, a prior Indictment filed against LIRIANO, as well as statements made during the plea and other proceedings in the case:

From at least in or about 2013, up to and including at least in or about 2018, LIRIANO misused administrative access provided to him as an information technology employee at a New York City-area hospital (“Hospital-1”), to log in to employee accounts, and copy other employees’ personal documents, including tax records and personal photographs, onto his own workspace computer for his own personal use.

To further his efforts to steal personal information from Hospital-1’s employees, LIRIANO, without authorization, used various malicious programs to steal the user names and passwords of his primarily female co-workers. One of these programs was known as a keylogger, which recorded and sent victim employees’ keystrokes to LIRIANO, such as the usernames and passwords those employees entered to access their personal web-based email accounts. Through the course of this conduct, LIRANO stole usernames and passwords for at least approximately 70 email accounts belonging to Hospital-1 employees or persons associated with those employees (the “Compromised Accounts”).

LIRIANO then used those stolen usernames and passwords to log in to the Compromised Accounts and obtain unauthorized access to other password-protected email, social media, photographs, and online accounts to which the Compromised Accounts were registered. Among other things, LIRIANO conducted searches for sexually explicit photographs and videos in the Compromised Accounts.

LIRIANO’s computer intrusions into Hospital-1’s computer networks caused over $350,000 in losses to Hospital-1.

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LIRIANO, 33, of the Bronx, New York, was arrested on November 14, 2019. LIRIANO pled guilty today to one count of transmitting a program to a protected computer that intentionally caused damage, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. The maximum potential sentence in this case is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge.

LIRIANO is scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan on April 15, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.

Mr. Berman praised the investigative work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and thanked the New York City Police Department for its assistance.

This case is being handled by the Office’s Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit. Assistant U.S. Attorney Vladislav Vainberg is in charge of the prosecution.

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Mathuram Muthuraja the drunken tube pusher gets sentence increased

A man who drunkenly pushed another man onto the tube tracks has had his sentence increased after intervention by the Solicitor General, Rt Hon Michael Ellis QC MP.

In October 2018, 23 year old Mathuram Muthuraja, was on his way out with a group to a nightclub and had consumed alcohol. Muthuraja upset various members of the group throughout the journey with his erratic behaviour, including touching members of the groups’ rears and biting their necks. His behaviour continued to escalate and became aggressive as the group alighted the train and onto the tube platform at Barons Court Underground Station in west London.

While on the tube platform, the offender pushed the victim – who was in the group but not personally known to him – onto the track with force and the victim narrowly missed the live running rail. Fortunately, the approaching train was stopped while the victim remained injured and unconscious on the tracks. As a result of the incident, the victim had bruising all over his body and pain to both his knees, ribs and right shoulder.

On 24 July 2019 Muthuraja was sentenced at Central Crown Court to 3 years’ imprisonment.

The Court of Appeal increased this to 5 years’ imprisonment, after the sentence was referred as being unduly lenient by the Solicitor General, Rt Hon Michael Ellis QC MP.

After the hearing the Solicitor General said:

‘The aggressive and deliberate actions of the offender caused the victim pain and could have ended his life. With this in mind, it is right that the Court of Appeal lengthened the offender’s sentence.’

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RCMP Close in on Two People Matching Murder Suspect Descriptions

The RCMP are closing in on two people matching the murder suspect descriptions of Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod in York Landing, Manitoba.

“Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky MAY be in Manitoba and are considered dangerous. We have reasons to believe they were recently in the Gillam area. If you spot them – take no actions – do not approach – call 911 or your local police immediately.” the RCMP said.

The RCMP said officers were investigating a tip off that the murder suspects, who have been charged with the second-degree murder of a UBC botany instructor and are suspects in the double murder of a couple in Northern B.C., were somewhere near the York Landing area.

Members of the Bear Clan Patrol contacted the RCMP after seeing two men scavenging at a dump site in York Landing on Sunday, according to executive director James Favel. “They saw two guys near the dump and at first it didn’t strike them as odd because they thought it was associated with the work going on at this water treatment plant,” Favel said.

“When they noticed the truck that was associated with those activities wasn’t present, then they kind of went ‘Uh oh, this kind of might be something else,’ and so they were careful to get a description of the gentlemen that they saw, their exact location and the direction of travel after that.”

The Bear Clan Patrol, is an Indigenous-led security patrol group that arrived in Northern Manitoba this weekend to provide support. “The men ran away when spotted” Favel said.

Canadian Forces deployed a C-130H Hercules and a CP-140 Aurora aircraft to aid in the search. One aircraft, the Aurora, is equipped with infrared camera and imaging radar systems.

Schmegelsky and McLeod, both of Port Alberni, B.C., have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 64-year-old Leonard Dyck of B.C. and are suspected in the shooting deaths of Australian Lucas Fowler and American Chynna Deese.

A burned-out Toyota RAV4 the teens were travelling in was found near the area last week, and police have said there have been no reports of stolen vehicles since then.

Police have cautioned that the pair, who were originally considered missing persons, are now considered dangerous and may have changed their appearance.

If you spot them – take no actions – do not approach – call 911 or your local police immediately.

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Press Frenzy Surrounding Beech’s Conviction is in Danger of Hurting Real Victims

There’s no question that Carl Beech made false accusations against a number of innocent VIP’s.  Beech was an accomplished liar that fooled journalists and highly experienced Metropolitan Police Detectives into believing his stories and his guilt in these matters will certainly be reflected in his sentencing, later this week.

Beech’s false accusations resulted in significant harm to innocent victims and we believe the way such matters are investigated needs to change so that other false accusers are unable to cause the harm that Beech caused.

However, Beech’s guilt does not mean every VIP accuser is a liar, and the public should remain mindful that Lord Janner, who died in December 2015, is accused by many people of abusing boys in children’s homes in Leicestershire where he was an MP.

The IICSA has received complaints from at least 30 people that allege Janner carried out abuse of victims during a 30 year period since the 1950’s.

A preliminary IICSA hearing in the Janner investigation will take place on Tuesday 24 September 2019 at 10.30am.

In her Determination dated 11 April 2017, the Chair of the Inquiry, Professor Alexis Jay OBE,  set out her view that the public hearing in this investigation should not be held until she was satisfied that an appropriate balance has been struck to minimise:

(a) duplication of work that is being conducted by other organisations, in particular, the IPCC (now the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC),

(b) the risk that a public hearing will contaminate evidence relevant to any criminal proceedings, and

(c) the risk that the welfare of some individuals may be adversely affected by repeated questioning about issues relevant to this investigation.

The Chair noted that she would continue to review the progress of the IOPC investigation and that she did not rule out the possibility that any public hearings in the investigation could commence before the IOPC has concluded all of its work.

The IOPC has recently provided the Inquiry with submissions which explain the investigatory steps that it has carried out, the reasons for the extended timetable and the work that it is yet to complete.

Among the institutions that may be considered in the course of the Lord Janner investigation are the police, the Crown Prosecution Service, Leicestershire County Council, the Labour Party, Parliament, government departments and the security and intelligence services.

The investigation will consider whether any attempts were made to exert improper influence in order to hinder or prevent an institution from effectively investigating or otherwise responding to the allegations.

A previous preliminary hearing in the Lord Janner investigation took place on the 26 July 2016.

The IICSA Inquiry is encouraging all victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to share their experience.