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Security footage from school massacre scene was on 26-minute delay | 22 Feb 2018 | Surveillance footage from the Florida high school where 17 people were gunned down was not shown live, as responding officers initially thought. It was on a 26-minute delay -- leading police to brace for a shootout when the gunman was actually long gone, Coral Springs police Capt. Brad McKeone said. "Nobody told us," Coral Springs police Chief Tony Pustizzi told the Sun Sentinel, which first reported the tape delay.
Students in Louisiana thought this math symbol looked like a gun. Police were called. | 22 Feb 2018 | A discussion among students at Oberlin High School in Oberlin, La., about a mathematical symbol led to a police investigation and a search of one of the student's homes, according to the Allen Parish Sheriff's Office. On the afternoon of Feb. 20, detectives investigated a report of terroristic threats at the school, where they learned that a student had been completing a math problem that required drawing the square-root sign. Students in the group began commenting that the symbol, which represents a number that when multiplied by itself equals another number, looked like a gun.
Sheriff: Armed officer at Stoneman Douglas 'never went in' during shooting | 22 Feb 2018 | Broward Sheriff Scott Israel has announced that the school resource deputy for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has resigned amid an internal investigation. Israel made the announcement during a news conference Thursday afternoon. According to Israel, Deputy Scot Peterson was on campus at the time of the shooting that killed 17 people. However, Israel said video showed the deputy arriving at the west side of the building where the shooting took place. Peterson then took up a position but "never went in." The sheriff said the revelation made him "devastated, sick to my stomach."
Fukushima operator to pay 100,000 pounds to family of 102-year-old who killed himself when told to flee
Fukushima operator to pay 100,000 pounds to family of 102-year-old who killed himself when told to flee | 20 Feb 2018 | The operator of the Fukushima nuclear power plant [Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)] has been ordered to pay 15.2 million yen (100,000 pounds) in compensation to the family of a man who killed himself when he was told to flee after tsunami waves overwhelmed the reactor. Thousands of people were told to leave their homes in April 2011, a month after the tsunami sent the Fukushima plant into meltdown. 102-year-old Fumio Okubo, who lived in a village 40km (25 miles) from the plant, was among those told to leave. After he received the evacuation order, he took his own life.
Explosion at US embassy in Montenegro | 22 Feb 2018 | There has been an explosion at the US Embassy in Montenegro, the government says. An unidentified attacker threw an explosive device into the embassy compound in the capital Podgorica, before killing himself, it tweeted. It said the device thrown was likely a hand grenade. A guard at a nearby sports centre told the AFP news agency he "heard two explosions, one after another".
Attacker throws grenade at US Embassy in Montenegro, kills self with 2nd explosive device | 22 Feb 2018 | The US mission in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, has urged people to avoid the area following a grenade attack on the diplomatic premises by an unknown assailant, who subsequently blew himself up with a second device. The attack happened around 00:30 local time Thursday, when an "unknown person" threw an "explosive device" from the street into the US embassy compound, the government of Montenegro announced on Twitter. Authorities believe that the projectile thrown was a hand grenade. Immediately afterward the assailant "committed suicide with an explosive device," the statement added.
District Will Suspend Kids Who Leave Class to Protest Florida Shooting | 21 Feb 2018 | "We are here for an education and not a political protest." That's the message from Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes Tuesday in response to a call by political groups for students to walk out of class to protest gun issues in the wake of the Florida school shooting. In a post on Facebook, Rhodes said, "A school is a place to learn and grow educationally, emotionally and morally. A disruption will not be tolerated." Rhodes said that students who walk out of class -- or disrupt school -- to protest current gun laws face a possible suspension. "They will be suspended from school for three days and face all the consequences that come along with an out-of-school suspension."
Far-Left Group Calls for Murdering Republicans as Revenge for Florida School Shooting --'Dear crazed shooters, the GOP has frequent baseball practice' | 16 Feb 2018 | A far-left group on Facebook is calling on people to murder Republican lawmakers who support the NRA as revenge for the Florida school shooting. The unhinged posts appeared on a Facebook group called 'Milkshakes Against the Republican Party' in the hours after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. "Dear Crazed Shooters, The GOP has frequent baseball practice. You really wanna be remembered, that's how you do it. Signed, Americans tired of our politicians bathing in the blood of the innocent for a few million dollars from the terrorist organization NRA," states one of the posts. "You remember the shooting at the Republican baseball game?" asks another post. "One of those should happen EVERY WEEK until those NRA-funded sons of bitches do something about this."
'Crisis actors' YouTube video removed after it tops 'trending' videos | 21 Feb 2018 | YouTube apologized Wednesday for suggesting viewers watch a video that attacked student survivors of the Florida shooting. The video, since deleted, had gone straight to the top of the YouTube "Trending" tab, a popular spot for users to check out the most popular videos. "This video should never have appeared in Trending," YouTube [censoring sociopaths by and for the Deep State] said in a statement. The video, first noticed by tech website Motherboard, was taken down three hours after the publication's post. It had over 200,000 views, and referred to student David Hogg as an actor, someone who has been "bought and paid by CNN and George Soros," according to Motherboard.
Trump suggests arming teachers as a solution to increase school safety | 21 Feb 2018 | President Donald Trump, after listening to a series of emotional stories and pleas to enhance school safety at the White House Wednesday, floated the idea of arming teachers and school staff, an idea that was met with support from many of the attendees. "If you had a teacher who was adept with the firearm, they could end the attack very quickly," he said, stating that schools could arm up to 20% of their teachers to stop "maniacs" who may try and attack them. "This would be obviously only for people who were very adept at handling a gun, and it would be, it's called concealed carry, where a teacher would have a concealed gun on them. They'd go for special training and they would be there and you would no longer have a gun-free zone," Trump said.
Armed gangs wipe out 15 villages in mass Christian slaughter in Nigeria | 18 Feb 2018 | Armed men stormed through 15 villages to massacre Christians and destroy their churches in a violent crackdown against the religion in Nigeria. Dozens of people have been killed after the gangs ransacked towns and villages to clear them of all aspects of the Christian faith. Houses belonging to believers have also been razed with authorities doing little to help, an anti-persecution watchdog claimed. Open Doors spoke to one Christian who described the broad daylight attack carried out by a group of Fulani - one of Africa's largest ethnicities.
Trump motorcade driver detained by Secret Service after gun discovered | 20 Feb 2018 | The Secret Service said Monday it detained someone scheduled to drive a press van in President Trump's motorcade in Florida after agents discovered a personal firearm during a security check. The incident occurred Monday in Palm Beach, where Trump was spending Presidents Day at his compound. According to the agency, the unnamed individual was a "staff contracted driver" who was found to be "in lawful possession of a prohibited item." It occurred outside the secure area at a Secret Service security screening checkpoint.
Lawyer linked to ex-Trump adviser pleads guilty to lying to FBI | 20 Feb 2018 | A lawyer connected to former Trump campaign adviser Rick Gates pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of lying to investigators, as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Alex Van Der Zwaan was charged by Mueller's team with making false statements to investigators in an interview about his time working for a law firm hired by the Ukraine Ministry of Justice in 2012, when he helped produce a report on the trial of Ukrainian politician Yulia Tymoshenko. According to The Washington Post, Van Der Zwaan is the son-in-law of Russian businessman German Khan.
Mike Pence agreed to meet with the North Koreans at the Olympics, but they pulled out at the last minute after the VP threatened aggressive sanctions
Mike Pence agreed to meet with the North Koreans at the Olympics, but they pulled out at the last minute after the VP threatened aggressive sanctions --Pence was supposed to have a secret meeting with Kim Jong Un's sister Kim Yo Jong on February 10 --Less than two hours before the meeting the North Koreans cancelled | 20 Feb 2018 | North Korea cancelled a secret meeting with Vice President Mike Pence after he said the US was planning to impose the 'most aggressive' sanctions yet on the reclusive nation. Pence agreed to meet with Kim Jong Un's younger sister Kim Yo Jong and her team at the South Korean 2018 Winter Olympic Games before he even set off on his trip to Asia. But less than two hours before they would meet on Saturday February 10, Kim Yo Jong's team pulled out of meeting, Pence's office told the Washington Post. The decision reportedly came just after word got back to them that Pence [sabotaged the meeting when he] announced that the United States was planning to impose the 'toughest and most aggressive' sanctions ever against Un's government.
Trump directs attorney general to propose bump stock ban | 20 Feb 2018 | President Trump on Tuesday said that he wants to ban so-called bump stocks -- devices that can turn ordinary rifles into weapons that fire like machine guns, such as those used in the mass killing in Las Vegas. "After the deadly shooting in Las Vegas, I directed the attorney general to clarify whether certain bump stock devices like the one used in Las Vegas are illegal under current law," Trump said, referring to Jeff Sessions. "Just a few moments ago, I signed a memorandum directing the attorney general to propose regulations to ban all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns," Trump continued at the White House.
Student School Massacre Survivors and CBS Reporter Party Like Rock Stars - Photos | 19 Feb 2018 | Shocking photos posted to Twitter of a CBS News reporter and students who survived last Wednesday's high school massacre in Parkland, Florida, that killed seventeen students and faculty, show the reporter and students laughing uproariously and posing for the photos like they are partying rock stars. The photos, featuring CBS reporter Gisela Perez and the students, were posted by CBS This Morning staffer Caroline West and student activist Cameron Kasky.
US, S. Korean militaries to conduct joint drills despite detente with Pyongyang | 20 Feb 2018 | The US and South Korea will go ahead with military drills off the Korean peninsula despite the "Peace Olympics" and the recent thaw in North-South relations, the South's defense ministry said in a report to the National Assembly. In the run-up to the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, Seoul was able to convince Washington to delay the start of their annual winter/springtime joint military exercises until after the games. The temporary halt to the annual Foal Eagle/Key Resolve US-South Korea joint military exercises allowed North and South Korea to develop a dialogue that the South hopes will ease the mounting tension in the region. On Tuesday, a day after Pyongyang warned against the resumption of the military drills, South Korea's defense ministry announced that the allies will still hold the Key Resolve and Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercises.
Pennsylvania Court Issues New Congressional Map | 19 Feb 2018 | The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is imposing a new congressional district map for the state's 2018 elections, meeting its deadline to do so and likely setting up a challenge from Republicans. Monday's order means a new map is to take effect in the May 15 primary. Republican lawmakers are expected to quickly challenge it in federal court, arguing legislatures and governors, not courts, have the constitutional responsibility to draw congressional maps. If it stands, the revised map is almost certain to improve Democrats' chances in more seats this year.
Stoneman Douglas survivors plan march on Washington, demanding 'new normal' on gun laws | 18 Feb 2018 | Teen survivors of the school shooting massacre in Florida last week are calling for a march on Washington to demand action on gun control. Student organizers of the protest told ABC News' "This Week" on Sunday that they are determined to use protests and political action to make the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland, Florida, a turning point in the national debate over gun control. Called "March for our lives," the demonstration in Washington is to be on March 24, according to 11th-grader Cameron Kasky, and four of his classmates who were interviewed along with him. [Who is funding/backing these national protests?]
Labor Board Rules Google's Firing of James Damore Was Legal | 16 Feb 2018 | Google did not violate federal labor law when it fired James Damore, a lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) concluded in a lightly-redacted memo made public Thursday. The former senior software engineer was fired from Google in August after internally circulating a ten-page memo arguing in part that women are not as biologically suited for coding jobs as men. After he was terminated, Damore filed a complaint with the NLRB, arguing that Google had violated his right to participate in protected activity, namely addressing problems in his workplace...Damore dropped the NLRB complaint last month to instead focus on a class action lawsuit he and another former Google employee brought against the company accusing it of discriminating against white, male, and conservative employees.