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Video: Jamar Clark In Handcuffs After Being Shot PDF Print E-mail

Black Lives Matter of Minneapolis just released a video of Jamar Clark in handcuffs after he was shot. Witnesses say Clark was shot while handcuffed. The cops counter that there was a struggle with Clark; he went for "the proverbial gun" and then he was shot. Which happened first -- the shooting or the handcuffing -- is unknown. Apparently, Clark was shot in the head. If that was the case then why handcuff him while he was shot? Why not call an ambulance and wait for assistance?

Minneapolis Community Erupts After Unarmed Black Man Killed By Police PDF Print E-mail

ImageIt seems that each week we hear about another unarmed black man being killed by the police. On early Sunday morning it happened in Minneapolis, MN and the black community is not rolling over for it. Jamar Clark had gotten into an altercation with his girlfriend when police arrived. Witnesses say Clark approached his girlfriend in an attempt to speak to her and that's when things went left.

The Black Lives Matter activists who gathered in front of the Minneapolis Police Department Monday say that Jamar Clark, 24, was unarmed and handcuffed when he was shot by police, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Multiple witnesses told KARE-TV that Clark was handcuffed when he was shot in the head by police. Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau told the Tribune that preliminary findings suggest Clark was not handcuffed when he got into an altercation with police officers who arrived to respond to an assault call at 12:45 a.m. Sunday. Police say that the officers got into a physical fight with Clark. An officer fired his gun during the struggle.

The argument is now over whether Clark was handcuffed when he was shot by police or not. If the ambulance was called immediately and Clark was not touched then why the back and forth with police and witnesses?

Video: Alameda County Cops Beat Car Theft Suspect Like He Stole Something PDF Print E-mail

It is well known that if you run from cops they will give you a thorough beat down after they catch you. It is also common sense that if you know you cannot outrun the police, it's best to comply. Stanislov Petrov — a suspected car thief — tried to run from Alameda County police and when they caught him, they beat him like he stole something. 


After Standoff With Missouri President Tim Wolfe Is Missouri "America's Team"? PDF Print E-mail

ImageThe University of Missouri has been all over the news this past week, but the brouhaha between African-American students and the administration has been brewing for months. In early September the head of the Missouri Students Association — Payton Head —  was called a racial slur as he strolled across campus. Head took to Facebook to rant about such blatant, "in your face" racism and the overall racial climate on campus. In early October the Legion of Black Collegians —  Missouri's black government — was rehearsing a play when a drunken white male interrupted a play they were having on campus and called them a racial slur. The incidents are probably what prompted the activist organization, the Concerned Student 1950, to organize and craft a list of demands in mid-November. Those demands apparently were not acknowledged or taken seriously enough by University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe. 

Suicide Bomber Turned Away From France v. Germany Soccer Game PDF Print E-mail

French President Francial Hollande at soccer friendly Friday
Information is rolling in on the gruesome terrorists attacks on Paris that have left nearly 150 people dead. Friday night explosions were heard outside of Stade de France where the French and German national soccer teams were engaged in a friendly. According to the Wall Street Journal, A guard named "Zouheir" turned away a suicide bomber who had a ticket to enter the 80,000 seat soccer stadium:

The guard—who asked to be identified only by his first name, Zouheir—said the attacker was discovered wearing an explosives vest when he was frisked at the entrance to the stadium about 15 minutes into the game. France was playing an exhibition against Germany inside. While attempting to back away from security, Zouheir said, the attacker detonated the vest. Zouheir, who was stationed by the players’ tunnel, said he was briefed on the sequence by the security frisking team at the gate. A police officer confirmed the sequence, adding that police suspect the attacker aimed to detonate his vest inside the stadium in order to provoke a deadly stampede.

Chris Christie To Black Lives Matter: "Don't Call Me For A Meeting" PDF Print E-mail

ImagePresidential candidate Chris Christie must be great at dating. He probably tells beautiful women, "I don't want you. You're not on my level. Please don't call me!" We all know that the more you diss beautiful women, the more they want you. At a town hall meeting in Iowa, Christie recently tried the tactic with the Black Lives Matter movement:

"I want the Black Lives Matter people to understand: Don't call me for a meeting.  You're not getting one."

129 Dead In Paris Terrorist Attacks PDF Print E-mail

ImageCoordinated attacks took place in Central Paris late Friday night that left over 100 people dead. Gunmen killed patrons in the restaurant, La Belle Equipe, and apparently two neighboring restaurants were also targeted. Concertgoers were attacked at Le Bataclan, a music venue where the US band "Eagles of Death Metal" was supposed to perform; they also took hostages. Meanwhile, explosions occurred at Stade de France where the French and German national soccer teams were engaged in a friendly. According to the Financial Times, all attackers are assumed dead:

Officers were hunting for any accomplices but all the attackers were believed dead, said Michel Cadot, the city’s police chief. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor told the Associated Press eight attackers had been killed, seven in suicide bombings. President François Hollande declared a national state of emergency, deploying the military around Paris and imposing border controls. Speaking to journalists outside Le Bataclan, a concert hall where many died, he pledged: “We are going to lead a war without mercy.” 

California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris - "Superstar" In The Valeant, Philidor Debacle PDF Print E-mail

ImageValeant (NYSE: VRX) has been the talk of the financial markets these past few weeks. The stock is off over 50% since Citron Research's Andrew Left accused the company of "channel stuffing" and generating phony revenue by sending fake invoices to R&O Pharmacy, which Valeant allegedly part-owned. The drama all started after R&O filed a claim against Valeant in early September. R&O received a $69 million invoice from the pharmaceutical company, yet R&O said it had never done business with Valeant. R&O suspected Philidor (allegedly part-owned by Valeant), which it had sold an equity stake to -- of using its pharmacy identification number to fill prescriptions:

What Reitz hadn't known at the time he signed the sale agreement was that Philidor — and Valeant — were facing a hurdle in getting prescriptions filled in California, the largest market for medicines among the states. State Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris' staff had denied Philidor's request for a California pharmacy license, charging that the company had falsified information in its application."Do you think I would sell to someone that was denied a permit?" Reitz said. "You've got to be kidding me."

Rumors Suggest Valeant, Tanner Were Key To Philidor's Operations PDF Print E-mail

The bad news keeps rolling in for Valeant (NYSE:VRX). Per Reuters, former Philidor employees suggested that Valeant played a key role in building and operating the specialty pharmacy:

Two Valeant employees were copied on a November 2014 email with an attachment explaining how Philidor employees could bill the highest amount an insurance company was willing to pay by resubmitting rejected claims at different price points. The email, reviewed by Reuters, was sent to Tanner and a colleague, Bijal Patel, who both used pseudonyms for their communications within Philidor, the former employees said.

Two of the former employees said they were sometimes told by their supervisors, also Philidor employees, to change prescriptions from doctors to allow the pharmacy to dispense a Valeant drug instead of a cheaper generic version.

In Duel With Valeant, Ackman, Is Judge David Carter The "New Jed Rakoff?" PDF Print E-mail
The U.S. is the most incarcerated country in the world. According to Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted The Great Recession And The Pain Ahead, at 2011 the U.S. had 743 prisoners per 100,000 members of the population; Rwanda (595) and Russia (568) were next. Remarkably, there was a dearth of white collar crimes after the financial crisis of 2008. In his rejection of an SEC settlement with Citigroup, Judge Jed Rakoff vowed to "see that the truth emerges." After presiding over the most high-profile insider trading cases since the crisis -- including Raj Rajaratnam and Rajit Gupta -- Judge Rakoff has come to symbolize the mantra that "nobody is above the law." In determining that Valeant and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman must face insider trading charges for their failed takeover of Allergan, U.S. District Judge David Carter may be the "new Rakoff."
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