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An angry mob of Blacks beat a Trump supporter in Chicago.
The Gang continually beats the older white male because he voted for trump. The video shows the car being driven off by one of the black mails while the man has his hand caught in the back window.​


By J.J. GALLAGHER
Oct 26, 2016, 4:20 AM ET

A 38-year-old Oklahoma man who has evaded police for two days after killing two people and shooting four others -- including two police officers -- has a hit list and may intend to kill up to eight more people, authorities said Tuesday.

"This is a man who has indicated a total propensity to kill people, to injure people, shoot people," said Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel. "He has no care for human life whatsoever."

Authorities believe Vance may be headed to Nevada and have notified police there to be on the lookout.

Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel told ABC News that the suspect, Michael Vance, could face the death penalty if convicted of the crimes. Whetsel is warning citizens to stay clear if they spot Vance, adding that he has "absolutely nothing to lose."

Vance's rampage began Sunday evening, when he allegedly shot two police officers responding to the scene at a mobile home park over reports of shots fired in the area. The two officers sustained non-life-threatening injuries, officials say, and were temporarily disabled as Vance fled the scene in their patrol car. One officer was shot in the foot and another was hit by gunfire in both legs.

Investigators believe Vance live-streamed two videos while on the run, one from inside the police cruiser and another while inside another vehicle. In one of the videos, Vance appears in a blood-covered shirt and says he's been shot before showing a rifle on the seat next to him.

"Letting y'all know, look, this is real," he says in the video, according to the Associated Press. "If you want to know what's up next, stay tuned to your local news." Vance said things were "going to be intense," according to an affidavit released on Monday night.

He then proceeded to a mobile home park, where police discovered the bodies of two of his relatives. Officials identified those victims as 55-year-old Ronald...

On Saturday, October 22, 2016, at 8:30 pm, an unknown black male entered the 55th Deli Market located at 1301 North 55th Street and retrieved a beverage from the refrigerator and approached the cash register. Once at the cash register the suspect pulled a handgun and violently grabs an employee, a 44 year-old male, and assaults him with the firearm. After the suspect took an unknown amount of money from the cash register he fled in an unknown direction.

Suspect Description: Black male, mid to late 20 years-of-age, thin build, mustache, goatee and side burns, gap between front teeth, wearing a black vest with a gray hooded sweatshirt underneath, jeans, black winter hat, and armed with a black handgun.

If you see this suspect do not approach, contact 911 immediately.
To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847.
All tips will be confidential.

If you have any information about this crime or this suspect, please contact:
Southwest Detective Division:
215-686-3183/3184
Det. Fegley #769
DC 16-19-096258
Police in Sacramento, California launched a death investigation after spotting a woman walking down the sidewalk with a skull perched on a stick.
"There was a transient female walking down the 2900 block of Connie Drive. She actually had a skull in her possession," Sacramento police Sgt. Bryce Heinlein said.
Teachers and students from Chief Sealth International High School and Denny Middle School Teachers held a rally Wednesday.

More than 2000 teachers and students wore Black Lives Matter T-Shirts to school.

School officials said teachers felt there was a need to affirm the value of Black life amidst the reality of segregation, and also racial disparities in the public schools.

The president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police gave a public apology for historic mistreatment of people of color. He said the injustices of the past have created mistrust in some communities today. (Oct. 17)
A 34-year-old mother from Altamonte Springs, Florida, was arrested Thursday after Seminole County deputies saw a video online of her allowing a 7-year-old boy drive on public roads, officials said.

“The (school resource deputy) recognized the child as being a 7-year-old student of the school he is assigned to, sheriffs office stated.

After viewing the cell phone video, police estimate that the young boy drove the vehicle for about half a mile, at an average speed of about 29 miles per hour.

Kwaniqua Glenn was charged with child neglect, and allowing an unauthorized person to drive a motor vehicle, police said.
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