Racist White Woman Doesn’t Want Black Men in Her Neighborhood!

James Ochoa made a U-turn on a street in a suburban neighborhood in Nevada. A white woman by the name of Summer Berlinger demanded to know why he was on her street, began yelling “Help! Gun!” at the top of her lungs (James was unarmed). Apparently, Summer Berlinger was attempting to trick one of her neighbors into shooting an unarmed man, James Ochoa!

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Retired Cop Hung This Sign Outside His Home. Then Someone Decided To Put It To The Test!

When it comes to criminals, some people have no patience and for good reason, as the majority of them are a detriment to society. Communities that have a lot of criminals are less likely to thrive, which really ruins it for those who dedicate their lives to being good members of society. Retired Massachusetts police officer, Chuck Jackson has no sympathy for criminals, which is why he put a sign on his house that said: “Never mind the dog, beware of owner.”

Jackson noticed a man dressed in black checking car doors on his street early Sunday morning and when he asked him what he was doing, the suspect didn’t respond.

“I heard Chuck saying, ‘What are you doing here?’ and on the third time that’s when I went to the window to see what was going on,” neighbor Jonathan Rodrigues shared.

After Jackson confronted the suspect, Zackery Bailey, the two got into a fight and Jackson continued to ask Bailey why he was on his property. In the midst of the altercation, Jackson fired a handgun, proving that he was very serious about the sign that hung on his house.

Rodrigues described the situation…

“In a split second, one shot goes off and then Chuck falls back and the kid falls back and kind of runs. That’s when Chuck fires again,” he recalled. “Chuck had his badge out saying, ‘I’m an officer.’ “To just keep going further with it is just foolish.”

Later, police found Bailey with two gunshot wounds and arrested him on a separate warrant for breaking and entering.

“I’m glad he was able to protect himself,” Chris Deperrio told MassLive.com. “I’d like to hope it was a random thing and that he wasn’t targeted.”

Several commenters cheered the officer on…

“Way to go, Officer!! I reside in Nashville & there is a HUGE problem with “Young Thugs”! They steal cars, rob people blind & also commit Murder!! It’s totally out of control here, but my city is run by a bunch of LibTards, so Nothing will be done to fix this. That’s why I have Guns! Thank Goodness we have the right to defend ourselves!!”

“Retired or not, good shot officer.”

“I would have heeded a sign saying “Watchdog on duty” showing a Chihuahua. A sign with a person holding a gun would have made me leave the neighborhood.”

“I have that exact same sign posted next to the house door inside of my garage. Hope I never have to act on it like this guy did. Living in California I might face prison time for even thinking about it.”

“It is the only way we are going to slow down all these thieves. To protect ourselves and our property. We cannot let the thugs do what they want and get away with it. It’s just not right to let the criminals win.”

Hopefully, this incident helps stop other thieves before they attempt to commit a crime against someone or something. A less was certainly taught in this situation.

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Man Shot Off His Own Testicle With A Sawed-Off Shotgun!

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An ex-cage fighter was caught in possession of a shotgun after he blasted himself in the groin – and had to have a testicle removed, a court heard.

Scott Benjamin, 30, was rushed to hospital for surgery after he suffered the ‘self-inflicted’ wound in the bedroom of a house on January 4 last year.

A court heard police were called to an address in Walsall, West Midlands, after reports of a disturbance and found Benjamin trying to smash a window with a bed.

Officers had to break down the door to the upstairs bedroom where he had ‘barricaded’ himself in, jurors were told. Benjamin was discovered under a mattress in a pool of blood with two sawn-off shotguns nearby. He claimed he suffered the injury – which led to him losing a testicle – at the hands of a gang of eight masked men who burst into the property. But prosecutors have dismissed his version of events as ‘complete nonsense.’

On Thursday Benjamin went on trial accused of two charges of possessing a sawed-off shotgun and two of possessing a firearm when prohibited to do so. Wolverhampton Crown Court was told officers forced entry to the house armed with Tasers and protective shields. Laura Culley, prosecuting, said Benjamin was found trying unsuccessfully to manhandle the base of a bed through a smashed upstairs window. Used cartridges were also recovered and a fingerprint of the defendant was uncovered on one of the weapons Giving evidence, Pc Martin Fraser, the first officer at the scene, said: ‘As I went in I immediately heard a colleague shout ‘gun.’ I could see a mattress with somebody underneath. ‘I looked down and could see a sawn-off shotgun as well as a man under the mattress. ‘He looked very confused as if under the influence of drugs or it might have been shock.’ The defendant claims hooded armed men had forced him to touch their guns and ammunition and wounded him while shooting out windows at the address He claimed to have known ‘one or two’ of the intruders from their build and the sound of their voices, but refused to name them. Following hospital treatment, he told a police officer: ‘I don’t know why they say I shot myself. I didn’t. Somebody shot me. I was set up.’ During a formal police interview, he added: ‘They started firing at the windows and I asked to be hit in the body and not the face if I was going to be shot. ‘The gun was nearly touching me. ‘He started poking my head. Then he let it off and I just remember the pain..’ Following the shooting, the wounded man barricaded himself into his room and began throwing things out his window in a bid to attract passersby. The court heard how Benjamin had been on a cocaine and alcohol binge the day before the shooting. When asked in interview if this had altered his perception of the incident, he allegedly said: ‘It could seem like that but why is somebody going to start popping off shots and then shoot themself for no reason?’ He also suggested that the motive for the ‘attack’ was an ‘issue’ with another man that he refused to name. Benjamin claimed the housemate Andrew Fellows, who lived at the address with Tina Richards, had owed the same man money and set him to up settle the debts. Giving evidence from the witness stand, Mr Fellows said: ‘Why would I set him up? He is a friend of mine. Have you seen the size of him? I didn’t stitch anyone up.’ He also said he was at a ‘complete loss’ to explain why the shooting had happened. Benjamin, of Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, denies the charges. The trial continues.

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Video Captures University Of Chicago Police Officer Shooting Student Near Campus!

Warning: Video contains graphic content and language. Video provided by the University of Chicago shows the shooting of a 21-year-old student by a campus police officer on April 3, 2018, in the Hyde Park neighborhood. The video was edited by the university to obscure certain visual details.

A University of Chicago police officer shot and seriously wounded a 21-year-old student who charged an officer with a metal pipe near the South Side campus late Tuesday, authorities said.

Body camera footage showing the shooting, which happened off campus just before 10:15 p.m. in the Hyde Park neighborhood, was released by the school on Wednesday night.

Three U. of C. police officers responding to a call of a burglary in the 5300 block of South Kimbark Avenue encountered a man — later identified as a student — breaking car and apartment windows with a long metal pipe, university officials said in an email to students.

The officers ordered the student to drop the pipe, but he refused and charged at the officer in an alley, university President Robert Zimmer and Provost Daniel Diermeier said in the email.

One of the officers fired his weapon, hitting the student in the shoulder, according to the university. The student was initially taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in serious condition, authorities said.

The video shows, at one point before the shooting, the officer stepping back. The officer was executing a “tactical retreat,” a practice he learned during crisis intervention training, the university said. The approach is intended to create a safe distance for the officer to call out commands rather than immediately subdue the subject.

The university also confirmed the officer, who has been on the force for two years, fired once, which is consistent with his training to shoot to end the threat. The officer involved has had 40 hours of crisis intervention training and eight hours of mental health first aid training.

In the video, an officer can be heard saying, “Twenty-one, mental. He’s a mental.”

Warning: Video contains graphic content and language. Video provided by the University of Chicago shows the shooting of a 21-year-old student by a campus police officer on April 3, 2018, in the Hyde Park neighborhood. The video was edited by the university to obscure certain visual details.

The university was not commenting on the mental state of the student who was shot.

The area where the shooting happened is patrolled by both U. of C. and Chicago policeofficers.

After learning the injured man was a student, U. of C. police contacted his parents, the university said. It is the first shooting involving a U. of C. police officer in the agency’s 40-year history, said university spokeswoman Marielle Sainvilus.

“This is a difficult incident for our community, and our concern is with all of the individuals involved and their families,” Zimmer and Diermeier said in the email issued by the university. “Maintaining our community’s safety, security and well-being is of paramount importance. Support services and resources for students will be provided by the college and Campus and Student Life.”

The officer involved was placed on mandatory administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, in accordance with department policy.

Chicago police are investigating the incident, said Anthony Guglielmi, chief spokesman for the Chicago Police Department. CPD is in charge of investigating campus police shootings.

The University Department of Safety and Security, which oversees the campus police department, is also reviewing the shooting, according to the university.

With a force of about 100 officers, the U. of C. police serve as the primary law enforcement agency on campus and, beyond the university’s borders, offer backup patrol to Chicago police in an area bounded by 37th Street, 64th Street, Lake Shore Drive and Cottage Grove Avenue, according to the university. That off-campus patrol agreement was cemented in city ordinance back in 2011, city records show.

State law grants campus police officers on private universities the same arrest powers as city and state law enforcement officers. Campus police officers are required to complete mandatory state training, including firearms training.

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