The man charged with massacring nine churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, and shocking the rest of the world with an incomprehensibly vicious act of evil, has been variously described as a monster, a racist, a terrorist, a hate criminal, a neo-Nazi, an anti-Semite, a druggie, and more. Beyond that, a “manifesto” attributed to the alleged killer, Dylann Roof, 21, exposes the author of the screed as an anti-American collectivist race-monger obsessed with superficial characteristics such as skin color who harbored a bizarre wish to spark a “race war.” Ironically, though, despite agitation and hate spewing by some race mongers, the drug user’s massacre of innocent Christians brought many Americans of all races together across South Carolina and beyond like never before. In other words, Roof failed.
A United Nations group has called on the United States to take "urgent measures" to reduce gun violence.
President Obama and other prominent politicians are calling for greater gun control in the wake of the Charleston church shootings.
A shooter identified by the FBI as Dylann Storm Roof of Columbia, South Carolina, walked into a Wednesday night Bible study class at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston on June 17 and allegedly opened fire, killing the pastor, the Reverend Clementa C. Pinckney, and eight church members. Pinckney was also a member of the South Carolina State Senate, representing Senate District 45 as a Democrat.
As more is learned about the recent cyber-attacks on U.S. federal employee records by Chinese hackers, it is becoming increasingly clear that the problem is much worse than many previously thought. The breach included information about nearly all employees of the federal government and millions of persons with security clearances, as well as current and former congressional staffers.
Michael Eitel, the murderer of Carol Browne of Berlin Township, New Jersey, was enabled by anti-gun state politicians to know that his victim would be unarmed.
During a Senate hearing on Tuesday, Transportation Security Administration whistleblowers described a culture of “fear and mistrust” at the agency, where they were discouraged from raising policy concerns, including TSA PreCheck, which permits expedited screening for passengers. Tuesday’s testimony added further fuel to criticisms of the agency.
HSBC (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) is the mob's bank, providing "specialty services" such as money-laundering and terrorist funding, and it's making moves to be more profitable.
Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is raising eyebrows by seeking a protective order that would prevent the release of Freddie Gray’s autopsy report, as well as a gag order on those involved in the case. Mosby claims that she wants to “ensure a fair and impartial process” while she prosecutes the six police officers involved in Gray’s arrest.