Archives for April 2010

Two of the three Navy SEALs, NOT GUILTY.


A Navy SEAL team was dispatched to apprehend a terrorist Ahmed Hashim Abed,  who was was allegedly the mastermind behind the murder and mutilation of four Blackwater security guards.   At great peril to themselves, these brave young servicemen went into hostile territory and brought him in alive.  At some point “ALLEGEDLY” one of the YOUNG Navy SEALS punched the prisoner.  Another serviceman made a complaint to his superior, and the SEALs were questioned.  Subsequently, the SEALs were told they would be subjected to a Captain’s Mast, which could have harmed their careers, so they declined it.  The cases were then brought forward under a Court Martial.

A military judge  Friday found Petty Officer Jonathan Keefe, NOT GUILTY.
Petty Officer 1st Class Julio Huertas, was found NOT GUILTY on Thursday. 

Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew McCabe will be tried May 3, 2010, in Norfolk, Virginia. Please continue to support these three SEALs!!!

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U.S. Marshals Service Task Force arrest 2 brothers, in Kenmore, WA, wanted for the Murder of four individuals at a North Hollywood,CA restaurant on April 3, 2010.

U.S. Marshals, along with members of the King County Sheriff’s Office tactical team arrested Nerses and Samuel Galstyan last night at a residence in Kenmore, Wa. The Galstyan brothers were wanted out of Los Angeles, California for the murder of four individuals at a North Hollywood restaurant on April 3, 2010.

Potential Suit by relatives of the slain Lakewood Officers

Potential suit to be brought against Pierce County by relatives of the slain Lakewood officers.  Recorded phone calls, from the Pierce County jail,  in which Maurice Clemmons talked of killing police officers were not monitored. 

Pierce County indicates calls from the jail are recorded, however, jail officers do not monitor them regularly. What good is a system if you don’t use it?  Though Clemmons made general threats, could those threats have kept him in jail where he belonged? Could that have prevented the tragic loss of life?

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