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-- Thomas Jefferson

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 -- George Orwell

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 -- Mahatma Gandhi

Federal investigators launch investigation into fatal New Jersey train crash

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Rough justice for President Obama and the Saudis

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Rough justice for President Obama and the Saudis
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Congress puts the U.S. in danger by overturning Obama veto

Obama Admin Signed Secret Documents to Lift UN Sanctions on Iranian Banks – Same Day Tehran Released US Hostages

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iran us women marching

Obama Admin Signed Secret Documents to Lift UN Sanctions on Iranian Banks – Same Day Tehran Released US Hostages

Clinton names globalist puppet, Merkel, her favorite leader. Local elections in Germany are showing that Germans are revolting against Merkel and her party. AFD and other nationalist parties across Europe are gaining strength

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Clinton names Merkel her favorite world leader…

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911 TAPES REVEAL MOBS OF LOOTERS IN CHARLOTTE…

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911 TAPES REVEAL MOBS OF LOOTERS IN CHARLOTTE…

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India Strikes Pakistan: Why It’s ‘Very, Very Significant’

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India Strikes Pakistan: Why It's 'Very, Very Significant'

India Strikes Pakistan: Why It’s ‘Very, Very Significant’

African refugee, shot by police in CA, was convicted on firearm and drug charges and ordered deported twice, his native Uganda refused to take him back. Time to elect Trump and stop all visas, all aid and all imports from countries refusing to take back their citizens. If necessary, US should use it’s military to fly those people back to their countries

Posted on | September 29, 2016 | 1 Comment

BREAKING: African Refugee/Immigrant who pointed a fake gun at Cops in El Cajon was ordered Deported Twice!

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Jeff Schwilk

3:12 PM (4 minutes ago)
to Jeff

 

This is Exhibit A why our government has to vet every single refugee and immigrant and deport them immediately when they commit crimes, especially serious felonies. 

 

This shooting was a simple case of suicide by cop by a distraught career criminal.  But the PC media refuses to mention that, instead focusing on his skin color and that he was “unarmed”.

 

 

http://www.10news.com/news/us-tried-to-deport-slain-el-cajon-refugee-olango-twice

 

EL CAJON, Calif. — U.S. authorities tried twice to deport the unarmed black man fatally shot by police in a San Diego suburb, but his native Uganda refused to take him, resulting in his release.

 

Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement to The Associated Press that Alfred Olango stopped reporting to officers in February 2015. Spokeswoman Virginia Kice didn’t know if officers tried to find him after that.

 

Olango arrived as a refugee in 1991 and was ordered deported in 2002 after being convicted on drug charges. He was released under a U.S. Supreme Court ruling barring detention of foreign nationals after six months if deportation is unlikely.

 

Immigration authorities (ICE) took Olango into custody in 2009 after a firearms conviction in Colorado but were again unable to obtain travel documents.

 

Olango, 38, was shot and killed Tuesday by police in El Cajon after pulling out a large electronic cigarette, known as a vape pen, from his pocket and pointing it at the police officer who fired, while a second officer stood nearby trying to subdue him with a stun gun, according to police.  A family attorney said Olango was having an emotional breakdown over the recent death of his best friend.

 

 

 

 

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The investigation centers on a video taken by a bystander. Police have produced a single frame from the cellphone video to support their account, saying it shows Olango in a “shooting stance.”

 

The photo shows Olango’s hands clasped together and pointed directly at an officer who had assumed a similar posture with his gun a few feet away.

 

The vaping device in his hands had two components, a box about the size of a cellphone and a metallic cylinder that was 3 inches long and 1 inch wide. Police said the cylinder was pointed right at the officer.

 

Olango’s relatives demanded the full video be released, according to Dan Gilleon, a lawyer who says he is representing the family.

 

“They’re cherry-picking part of the video,” Gilleon said. “This is exactly what police have said is unfair when only portions of video are released against them.”

 

Mayor Bill Wells said he had seen the video and that it was not “tremendously complicated to figure out what happened.”

 

Wells was asked how he would feel if it was his child that had been shot.

 

“I saw a man who was distraught, and a man acting like he was in great pain,” Wells said. “And I saw him get gunned down and killed. If he was my son, I would be devastated.”

 

Olango arrived in the U.S. years ago as a refugee from Uganda. Since then he ran afoul of the law several times: selling cocaine, driving drunk, and illegally possessing a 9mm semi-automatic handgun when he was arrested in Colorado in 2005 with pot and ecstasy in his car, according to court records. He pleaded guilty in federal court and was sentenced to nearly four years for being a felon in possession of a gun.

 

The fatal shooting happened less than two weeks after black men were shot and killed by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Charlotte, North Carolina, where violent protests broke out.

 

Protests in El Cajon Wednesday night had heated moments, but remained mostly peaceful.  (except for the mob that tried to kill the guy who wore a Trump hat).

 

Scores of people gathered quietly around candles lining a curb in front of bloodstained pavement at the strip mall where Olango was shot.

 

More than 200 people marched in the streets near the site, yelling “no justice, no peace, no racist police!”

 

Police in riot gear, some of them with dogs, faced off with protesters occasionally, bringing some tense moments, but mostly kept their distance.

 

Experts said it was too early to conclude whether the California shooting was justified or could have been prevented.

 

Chuck Drago, a former Florida police chief who consults about police use of force, said that once Olango struck the shooting pose, officers would have had to react quickly if he drew an unknown object from his pocket.

 

“An officer doesn’t have enough time to wait to determine if that’s a gun in his hand,” Drago said. “If a person is pointing something at an officer and he believes it’s a gun and it is a gun and that officer doesn’t have his gun out, that officer will lose that gunfight.”……….

 

 

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Jeff Schwilk

 

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Obama Cabinet Official Says It’s A Good Thing Justice Scalia Died [VIDEO]

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GOP Rock Star Hermain Cain Issues Shock Statement on Trump Tax Returns

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GOP Rock Star Hermain Cain Issues Shock Statement on Trump Tax Returns

Google Censoring Donald Trump’s Search Volume

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Google Censoring Donald Trump's Search Volume

Google Censoring Donald Trump’s Search Volume

Death toll went up to 3 in NJ Train crash, 108 injured

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At Least 3 Dead, Up to 100 Hurt in Major Hoboken Train Crash

Nurse who treated Bill Clinton rape victim talks, and it’s worse than we thought

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Nurse who treated Bill Clinton rape victim talks, and it's worse than we thought

Nurse who treated Bill Clinton rape victim talks, and it’s worse than we thought

Gowdy to FBI Chief: You Have Five Immunities and No Prosecution. Time to impeach and remove from office the Director of FBI

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Gowdy to FBI Chief: You Have Five Immunities and No Prosecution

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