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#21 Zharkov

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 06:26 PM

Is Now The Time For Russia To Declare Sanctions Against America?

 

(We've done the same to Russia, now it should be our turn.)

 

Fresno

On the night of Jan. 17, 2018, Lorenzo Herrera walked into the Fresno County Jail booking area and sat down for an interview. Yes, he had a gang history, an officer wrote on his intake form. But Herrera, 19, said he did not expect problems with others inside the gang pod he’d soon call home.

His parents had encouraged him to barter for books and newspapers — anything he could to preoccupy himself until his trial on burglary and assault charges. His father, Carlos Herrera, offered advice: “Just be careful, and only trust yourself.”

Herrera survived the violent chaos of the Fresno County Jail for 66 days, including living through a brawl that left another inmate unconscious. Then, on an afternoon in March, jail officers found him strangled.

Herrera didn’t get a trial or a plea deal. He got a death sentence, his parents say. And even now, no one at the jail seems to know what happened.

The evening before Herrera entered the jail, Ernest Brock, 20, was also arrested and booked pending trial. Officers put him in a cell with a psychotic inmate accused of rape who had refused to take medication and was beating his head against the walls. Brock made it three days inside before the cellmate choked him into a coma.

Yet a third inmate arrived soon after Brock, booked for a five-year-old probation violation. Andre Erkins, 30, writhed in pain for hours before dying of previously undetected cardiac disease. The jail staff failed to notice his worsening health until it was too late.

Three bookings within 48 hours. Three young men jailed for different reasons. Three people who walked into the overcrowded Fresno County Jail and left on gurneys, dead or barely alive.

The fates of Herrera, Brock and Erkins set the stage for the deadliest year in at least two decades at the jail, a sprawling complex of jam-packed cells, filled with inmates working their way through a clogged criminal justice system.

Eleven inmates died last year from drug and alcohol withdrawal, suicide, medical complications and murder. Thirteen other people were beaten and hospitalized for multiple days.

The increase in violence and death in Fresno started soon after the state was ordered in 2011 by the U.S. Supreme Court to reduce its prison population. That’s when California officials approved sweeping reforms called “realignment,” shifting responsibility for thousands of offenders from state prisons to county jails.


Read more here: https://www.sacbee.c...l#storylink=cpy

 

 

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The U.S. Congress and President Barack Obama enacted the Magnitsky Act at the end of 2012, barring those Russian officials believed to be involved in Magnitsky's death from entering the United States or using its banking system. In response, Russia condemned the Act and claimed Magnitsky was guilty of crimes.[9]

 

In early January 2013, the Financial Times wrote that "the Magnitsky case is egregious, well documented and encapsulates the darker side of Putinism".[10]

 

 

https://en.wikipedia...ergei_Magnitsky

 

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U.S. Pledges To Hold Russians Responsible On Anniversary Of Magnitsky's Death

 

Marking eight years since whistle-blowing lawyer Sergei Magnitsky died in a Moscow jail, the United States has pledged to continue enforcing legislation imposing sanctions on Russians over human rights abuses.

 

"We honor the memory of Sergei Magnitsky, who died on November 16, 2009, while in custody in a Moscow prison," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement late on November 15.

 

"An investigation by Russia's Presidential Human Rights Council found that Magnitsky had been severely beaten in prison, and members of the council said his death resulted from beatings and torture by police officials."

 

"Magnitsky uncovered a vast tax-fraud scheme perpetrated by Russian officials, and was imprisoned by those whose crimes he uncovered," Nauert added.

 

"Russian authorities have failed to hold those responsible for his death accountable and instead, in recent months appear to be increasingly propagating conspiracy theories designed to distract attention from the crime," she said.

 

https://www.rferl.or...r/28856808.html


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#22 Atossa

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 07:57 PM



Russia should sanction Mexico which now populates and controls much of Fresno and California.

Like many US cities, Fresno once had a huge Anglo majority. But now Anglos are a small minority.

Change in race also changes the culture [or lack thereof.]



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Posted 25 April 2019 - 06:50 PM

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This space for rent... cheap!

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#24 Zharkov

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:11 PM

("There's never a wrong thread for a reply" - Zharkov)

 

 

Proof that Saudi Royals are fake Muslims:

 

A YOUNG lad was tortured with electricity and beheaded in Saudi Arabia because he sent WhatsApp messages about a protest.

Abdulkarim al-Hawaj, 21, was a schoolboy when he was detained and accused of being a "terrorist" for sending texts online about an anti-government demonstration.


https://www.thesun.c...tests-whatsapp/

 

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They pretend to be Islamic but act like Jews in their disregard of their children and fellow Muslims, and their hatred of everything Christian.    Killing children for what they said online is Satanic in the extreme, something even Iran's crazy Ayatollahs haven't done yet.   It is truly disgusting and revolting to behead someone else's child for no reason other than not liking what they said. 

 

Every civilized nation should sanction Saudi royals, all of them, for permitting this bloodbath to happen in their government.   The US should break diplomatic relations at the very least with what this Saudi government has done.


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#25 Zharkov

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:21 PM

BUTCHERED FOR SENDING TEXT MESSAGES

Sentencing a person to death who is aged under 18 is banned under international law.

Another victim, Mujtaba al-Sweikat, was a teenager who was set to start a new life in the US, studying at Western Michigan University, when he was arrested for attending an anti-government protest.

 

The then-17-year-old – who had enrolled in English language and finance - was badly beaten including on the soles of his feet before he “confessed” to crimes against the state.

 

Human rights charities claim he was also tortured into confessing and convicted in a "sham trial."

 

Despite his university protesting his sentence, insisting he had “great promise,” Mujtaba was also beheaded this week.


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#26 Zharkov

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:24 PM

I don't know how much longer the US government can remain allied with the Saudi regime before the US itself becomes a co-conspirator in multiple violations of human rights in Saudi Arabia.   It's a crime!


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#27 Zharkov

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:28 PM

The Saudi royals are terrorizing their own citizens for political gain, the very definition of what "terrorism" is.   US officials are aiding Saudi royals and providing supplies and military guarantees in furtherance of ongoing Saudi violations of human rights.

 

It wouldn't require much skill as a prosecutor to allege US official complicity in the suppression and violation of human rights in Saudi Arabia.


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 08:52 PM

Diatomaceous Earth under a microscope looks like tiny broken razor blades, which is why it is used to kill fleas on dogs and cats.
 
I wouldn't be taking that internally.   What it does to fleas it can do to human cells in the intestinal tract and stomach.
 
It also has zero nutritional value.   It's only value is the possibility it might kill some types of parasites.
 
If you don't have parasites, you don't need Diatomaceous Earth.
 
Some people eat activated carbon, clay, all kinds of other undigestible things that are hazardous in large amounts, but it doesn't mean they are good for you.      


It's used to clean the intestinal tract.
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#29 Zharkov

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Posted 27 April 2019 - 02:40 AM

If you have fleas in your intestinal tract, eating Diatomaceous Earth may help.


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Posted 27 April 2019 - 08:00 AM

"Is Now The Time For Russia To Declare Sanctions Against America?"

 

 

Why bother?  It'll self destruct if it continues under Jew influence as happened with the

USSR under Bolshevik Jews.


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