Daily Commentary – Tuesday, March 31, 2015 – Decorated Boston Police Officer Shot in Face

  • He was in a medically induced coma on Saturday after being shot right below the eye point blank. The shooter was killed.

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5 Year Old Noah Thomas Missing Since 3/22/15 in Dublin, VA Found Found Dead in a Septic Tank Near His Home

The sad ending to the case of missing Noah Thomas …

The body of missing 5 year old Noah Thomas has been found in a septic tank near the families home in Dublin, Virginia. Thomas’ body was found shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday near his family’s Highland Road home. Noah Thomas has been missing since Sunday, March 22, 2015. The child’s body has been transported to the Office of the Medical Examiner in Roanoke for an autopsy. According to reports, the Sheriff’s Office said Noah’s parents are fully cooperating with the investigation and no one was in custody and the cause of death has not been determined.

Noah Thomas

Noah Thomas

Authorities say the body of a 5-year-old Virginia boy who had been missing since Sunday has been found in a septic tank near his home.

Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis announced the discovery Thursday during a brief news conference.,
Noah Thomas was last seen by his mother on Sunday morning at the family’s home in Dublin. Several hundred law enforcement officers and volunteers had been searching for him since then..

Police had received more than 100 tips from around the country.

UPDATE I: News conference scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday – Assistant County Administrator Anthony Akers is scheduled to read a statement by the Pulaski County sheriff at 10 a.m. on Friday. Media questions will not be allowed.

“We are very saddened to announce that we have recovered the body of Noah Thomas shortly after 1 p.m. today. He was found at a location near his home. His body was discovered in a septic tank during a more detailed and aggressive search,” sheriff Davis said during a brief news conference. “The recovery of the body is now part of our investigation, and ongoing.”

Police Say that Kidnapping of 29 Year Old Denise Huskins in Vallejo, CA Appears to be Hoax … Charges Possible Against Huskins and Quinn

THE REPORTED KIDNAPPING OF DENISE HUSKINS WAS A HOAX …

29 year old Denise Huskins was reported kidnapped on Monday, March 23, 2015. Her boy friend Aaron Quinn made the report to police many hours after the so-called crime, which would raise red flags. Between the delay in the reporting and the accounts of the kidnapping, it did seem a bit sketchy when first presented. As it turns out, the kidnapping was a HOAX.  The Vallejo police have stated that the investigation into the reported kidnapping of a woman found Wednesday in Huntington Beach was a “wild goose chase”. Lt. Kenny Park, of the Vallejo Police Department. stated, if Huskins or her boyfriend committed any criminal act in the false story, they will seek federal charges against them.

Kidnapping Of Denise Huskins Ruled A Hoax, Criminal Charges Are Possible

A reported kidnapping for ransom that set off a frantic search for a Vallejo woman who surfaced Wednesday morning in Southern California appears to have been faked, and criminal charges against the “victim” and her boyfriend are possible, police said late Wednesday.

Now, Vallejo detectives say they are looking for 29-year-old Denise Huskins, who has hired an attorney and is hiding in an unknown location and refusing to meet with Vallejo police, according to Lt. Kenny Park. Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, demanded $8,500 in a ransom communication, police said Wednesday night. Huskins’ father had not communicated with police since Wednesday morning, Park said.

“Mr. Quinn and Ms. Huskins have plundered valuable resources away from our community,” Park said at a news conference. “If anything, it is Mr. Quinn and Ms. Huskins who owe our community an apology.”

Quinn was not in custody Wednesday evening, Park said. It was not clear if police knew his location.

Police say Woman’s kidnapping was a hoax.

Vallejo police reported Wednesday night that this “appears to be an orchestrated event and not a kidnapping.” They issued a statement saying, “Today, there is no evidence to support the claims that this was a stranger abduction or an abduction at all.”

Huskins, 29, was unharmed and spoke with Huntington Beach Police before moving to an undisclosed location in Southern California. Tuesday, Huskins’ boyfriend reported that she was kidnapped from his home in Vallejo, and an email and audiotape purporting to be from her kidnappers was sent to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The disappearance had many unanswered questions: How did she make it from Vallejo to Orange County? Why did her boyfriend wait 12 hours before calling police to report her missing? How and why did the kidnappers set her free?

Huntington Beach police would not provide any of those answers, as their investigation continued. Public Information Officer Jennifer Marlatt confirmed Huskins was safe and that she was making arrangements to talk with Vallejo police.

As the day went on, however, Vallejo police said that those arrangements broke off and that they lost track of Huskins and that she’s now got a lawyer.

Vallejo police said at a Wednesday news conference the FBI is involved.

Daily Commentary – Thursday, March 26, 2015 – Nebraska Sen. Ernie Chambers Compares Police to ISIS

  • The 77 year old senator said “My ISIS is the police”

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29 Year Old Denise Huskins Missing Since 3/23/15 in Vallejo, CA … Possible Abduction/Kidnap for Ransom (Update: Police Searching Mare Island Waterfront)(Update: Found Safe in Huntington Beach, CA)

29 year old Denise Huskins has been missing since Monday, March 23, 2015 in Vallejo, CA. According to reports, Denise Huskins was kidnapped from the home of her boyfriend, 30 year old Aaron Quinn. Huskins was reported missing from the 500 block of Kirkland Avenue on Mare Island at about 1:55 PM. The boyfriend told police “a ransom demand was communicated” during her abduction. However, according to the police,  Denice Huskins was abducted sometime between midnight and 5 a.m. on Monday but her boyfriend didn’t tell police until almost 2 PM. A vehicle taken from the home and found later in the city is also under Quinn’s name. Huskins is 5’7″ and weighs 150 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes, police said. The FBI has joined the investigation into missing Denise Huskins. Aaron Quinn is reportedly not considered a suspect.

Denise Huskins

At some point during 29-year-old Denise Huskins’ kidnapping Monday in Vallejo, her boyfriend was given a ransom demand, police said a day later.

The woman, a physical therapist at Kaiser Permanente, was reported missing about 12 hours after her boyfriend told police that he saw her being “forcibly taken against her will” and spirited away, Vallejo police officials said Tuesday.

Quinn and Huskins are physical therapists at Kaiser Permanente Vallejo Medical Center, police said. Huskins hails from Huntington Beach but has been living in her own place in Vallejo for about the last year, police said.

The 500 block of Kirkland Avenue, where Huskins was abducted, was blocked off by police tape and a command vehicle idled nearby Tuesday morning.

Hmm, so Denise Huskins is allegedly abducted sometime between midnight and 5 AM as witnessed by her alleged boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, and he does not contact police of his kidnapping until about 2PM. REALLY? The authorities are stating that Quinn is not considered a suspect. REALLY? Or are they just saying this in order to get his cooperation. I am not sure what kind of boyfriend material waits that long to contact the police when your girl friend is abducted.

UPDATE I: Vallejo Police: Ransom demand received for kidnapped woman.

A ransom demand was received for a 30-year-old Vallejo woman who was forcibly taken from her Mare Island home by an unknown abductor, Vallejo police said Tuesday.

Vallejo police Lt. Kenny Park said investigators got a call from a man who lives with Denise Huskins reporting she had been abducted.

“All I can tell you is there was a ransom demand,” said Park, who would not divulge whether it was a written or verbal demand for cash.

UPDATE II: Search for missing Vallejo woman focuses on Mare Island area.

In the search for a kidnapped Vallejo woman, crews have focused on Mare Island and the surrounding area. Crews are using sonar along the Mare Island waterfront to help in the search for Denise Huskins.

The 30-year-old woman was last seen Monday morning, when a man told police Huskins was abducted from their Vallejo home.

More than 100 trained search personnel spent Tuesday near Mare Island. Investigators say there was no specific tip that led them to the area, they focused there because of its proximity to where Huskins went missing.

UPDATE III: Search Dogs Hint At Area Possibly Related To Missing Vallejo Woman’s Alleged Kidnapping.

The search of a missing woman police say was kidnapped and being held for ransom is now centered on a section of the Mare Island waterfront.

Search dogs hinted at an area that could be related to Denise Huskins’ alleged kidnapping. Sonar has been deployed in the area, and divers could go into the water on Wednesday.

“The intention is for the dive team to go into the water, and discover or I should say to look at what this object they’ve discovered to be, and at this point we have no idea what that is,” said Lt. Kenny Park.

If anyone has any information regarding Huskins’ location and welfare, please contact the Vallejo Police Department Detective Division at 707-648-4524.

UPDATE IV: California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping.

Denise Huskins, who was reported kidnapped two days ago in Vallejo, California, has been found safe more than 400 miles away, authorities and her father said Wednesday.

Huskins’ boyfriend Monday afternoon called police and said she had been abducted that morning from his home in the Bay Area. About 48 hours later, she was located an hour south of Los Angeles.

Officers from the Huntington Beach Police Department found Huskins at her father’s apartment complex, department spokeswoman Jennifer Marlatt told reporters.

Huskins, 29, is in good condition and had no apparent injuries, Marlatt said. Huskins left with police to meet several family members.

UPDATE V: Missing Vallejo woman found safe: ‘Everyone’ is a person of interest.

Investigators in Vallejo are traveling to interview a woman who was reportedly kidnapped from her boyfriend’s home, held for ransom, then found safe Wednesday, 420 miles south in Huntington Beach, authorities said.

Denise Huskins, 29, was found in “good condition” at a relative’s house, said Huntington Beach police Officer Jennifer Marlatt.

Vallejo police said Wednesday afternoon that they are continuing to investigate the case as a kidnap-for-ransom.

“We’re confident we’re going to be able to piece this puzzle together and get a better picture of what really occurred once we speak to Ms. Huskins,” Vallejo Police Department spokesman Lt. Kenny Park said.

“There’s nobody that’s a person of interest at this point. Everyone is.”

Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy J. Longo Says They Found No Evidence in UVA Sexual Assault Case Reported in Rolling Stone

CHIEF OF POLICE SAYS NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT SEXUAL ASSAULT AS REPORTED IN ROLLING STONE …

Police Chief Timothy J. Longo said in a press conference Monday afternoon that they have found no evidence to support claims in a Rolling Stone article that a University of Virginia student (Jackie) was gang raped at  Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house or any other fraternity house,  in September 2012,  after months of investigation. It is a sad state of journalistic integrity and malpractice that Rolling Stone tried to passed this story off as the truth and a sexual assault of a student turned out to be nothing more than a work of fiction.

“We’re not able to conclude to any substantive degree that an incident occurred at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house or any other fraternity house, for that matter,” Longo said at a news conference. “That doesn’t mean something terrible didn’t happen to Jackie … we’re just not able to gather sufficient facts to determine what that is.”

Police here say they have found no evidence to support claims in a Rolling Stone article that a University of Virginia student was gang raped at a campus fraternity in September 2012, noting that months of investigation led detectives to discredit several claims about the alleged assault.

Police Chief Timothy J. Longo on Monday afternoon said the police department had multiple meetings with “Jackie” — the woman who claimed she was gang raped at a fraternity party — and that she declined to speak about the alleged incident or provide any information about it. Numerous lines of inquiry yielded evidence that the fraternity did not have a party the night of the alleged attack, and police were unable to find anyone matching the description of the alleged attacker.

“We’re not able to conclude to any substantive degree that an incident occurred at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house or any other fraternity house, for that matter,” Longo said at a news conference. “That doesn’t mean something terrible didn’t happen to Jackie … we’re just not able to gather sufficient facts to determine what that is.”

Chris Wallace Grills CIA Director John Brennan on ISIS & Iran … “Didn’t You Give the American People and the President Give the American People a False Sense of Confidence Back in 2012 about Our Fight Against Islamic Terrorists at a Time”

Chris Wallace asks, Director, can we really say ISIS is losing?

Yesterday on Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace interviewed CIA Director John Brennan and asked some very direct questions when it came to the treats from both Iran and ISIS. Wallace asked why the Obama administration refuses to call or enemy for what they are, “Islamic extremists” and why President Obama and John Brennan have rejected identifying them for what they are. Brennan replied that ISIS was simply “a corruption of the Islamic faith.” REALLY? Director Brennen might want to read the Koran. It is not a corruption of the Islam, it is an interpretation that many agree with.

Brennan said the vast majority of Muslims reject ISIS’ actions. Wallace then directly confronted Brennan over why he and the president won’t openly talk about “Islamic extremism.” He asked why the administration is “ignoring” confronting them like that.

Brennan simply insisted that “it is a corruption of the Islamic faith.”

Sadly, the CIA director sounded more like a shill for Barack Obama than truly understanding and caring about the safety and protection of the United States. There were far too many references to touting Barack Obama and John Kerry during this interview as compared to folks like formal CIA director General David Petraeus and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who are persona non grata with the Obama administration.

FOX NEWS Sunday Full Transcript:

WALLACE: Do you really think that the U.S. and Iran share interests?

BRENNAN: I think what’s Daesh, ISIL has been doing in the region is something that is counter to U.S. interests as well as counter to Iranian interests. And the Iranians are now engaged with their Iraqi partners to try to push back these forces of terrorism inside of Iraq.

So, Iran does have an interest in preventing further Daesh, ISIL terrorist attacks. At the same time, I think they need to be responsible as far as what they’re doing inside Iraq and not further inflaming that situation.

WALLACE: But your immediate predecessor in this job, General David Petraeus, said this week Iran is not an ally. It’s part of the problem, not part of the solution. And Benjamin Netanyahu, when he spoke to Congress, said the enemy of your enemy is not your friend, he is your enemy.  [...]

WALLACE: General Lloyd Austin, the head of the U.S. Central Command, told Congress recently that ISIS is losing. But ISIS is still dug into Iraq and Syria. They now have affiliates across North Africa. They were possibly responsible for these terrible attacks this week in Tunisia and Yemen.

Director, can we really say ISIS is losing?

BRENNAN: Clearly, ISIS momentum inside of Iraq and Syria has been blunted and it has been stopped. So, they are not on the march as they were several months ago. And so, our working with the Iraqis and the Iraqis now trying to push back against it, it is having some great, I think, progress.

At the same time, this phenomenon of Daesh throughout the entire region is something that we need to work with our partners. We see what’s happening in other countries, in these franchises that are blowing up in Libya and other areas. They — they’ve claimed responsibility for attacks in Tunisia and Yemen.

This is something that clearly is not just restricted to Iraq and Syria. So, we cannot relent. We have to continue working with our partners in the region.

WALLACE: Here is what you said in 2012.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

BRENNAN: If the decade before 9/11 was the time of al Qaeda’s rise and the decade after 9/11 was the time of its decline, then I believe this decade will be the one that sees its demise.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

WALLACE: Director Brennan, weren’t you just flat wrong about that?

BRENNAN: No. And when we look at al Qaeda and we look at what has happened to al Qaeda and particularly the core of al Qaeda that was in the area of Afghanistan and Pakistan, they have taken some really big hits.

WALLACE: But — but, respectfully, sir, when you were saying this is the decade of al Qaeda’s demise, I don’t think most people thought you meant, well, yes, but there will be an offshoot called ISIS which spreads across the Middle East.

BRENNAN: This phenomenon that Daesh represents right now is a new one. It is one that has grown up in the past two years.

WALLACE: But it’s an offshoot of al Qaeda.

BRENNAN: We’ve done a lot against al Qaeda. We’ve been able to push them back. We’ve been able to prevent their attacks.

But there are these offshoots, as you say. This is a phenomenon that we’re going to have to deal with. And I do think over the next decade, this is going to be a long, hard fight.

WALLACE: I guess what I’m asking is didn’t you give the American people — and the president give the American people a false sense of confidence back in 2012 about our fight against Islamic terrorists at a time, perhaps not so coincidentally, when the president was running for reelection?

BRENNAN: What we said was al Qaeda was on the run. We said that al Qaeda was really bloodied and it was not the same organization that it was in 9/11, as well as in the years after that.

There was no sense that I think either I or the president or others gave to the American people that terrorism was going away. But we’ve made great progress against a lot of these groups that had plans in place to carry out attacks.

WALLACE: You talked recently of the ideology — your word — that fuels ISIS.

What is that ideology?

BRENNAN: It is a very twisted, perverted interpretation of a religion that they purport to represent, but in no way do they represent. It’s an ideology of violence. That’s what it is. It is not a religious ideology.

WALLACE: Well, Islam is certainly a part of it, isn’t it?

BRENNAN: They purport to be Muslims. But as I said, the overwhelming majority of Muslims throughout the world roundly denounce and condemn what they’re doing. And that’s why we should not give them any type of religious legitimacy.

WALLACE: This gets to your refusal and the president’s refusal to talk about Islamic extremism. (MORE)

Virginia Police Continue to Search for College Freshman Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Missing Since 3/2/15 … Father Wesley Hadsell Arrested on Charges Unrelated to his Daughter’s Disappearance … Believes He Knows Who Took AJ

Virginia police continue to search for missing 18 year old  Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell. According to Norfolk police, they have not ruled out foul play in the disappearance. The college freshman Anjelica “AJ” Hardsell has been missing since March 2, 2015. when she disappeared while on spring break from Longwood University. However, her father, 36 year old Wesley Hadsell, was arrested by police and charged with crimes unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance. Wesley Hadsell has been charged with four charges of obstructing justice, one charge of possessing ammunition after a felony and one charge of breaking and entering. The father’s arrest  comes on the same day police and search crews spent more than 12 hours combing through a heavily-wooded area along South Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake.

Wesley Hadsell has said that he had nothing to do with his daughter’s disappearance; however, he believes his daughter was abducted and stated that he broke into the home of the person he suspects took AJ to look for evidence in connection with the disappearance.

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Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Missing Since 3/2/15

Virginia police are searching Sunday for a university student missing since March 2, while the woman’s father says he was arrested on charges unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance after a lengthy interrogation.

Norfolk police haven’t ruled out foul play in the disappearance of Anjelica (AJ) Hadsell, 18, who vanished nearly three weeks ago while home on spring break from Longwood University, where she is a freshman.

Her father, Wesley Hadsell, told WAVY-TV Saturday that he was arrested after being questioned by police for more than 15 hours. He said he was charged with obstructing justice, possession of ammunition after a felony and breaking and entering.

“They asked me where she was at,” Hadsell, 36, told the station from the Norfolk County Jail. “I know, give them the answers. I can bring AJ home. Their words last night (Friday).”

WAVY – Missing teen’s father arrested on six charges:

“I couldn’t sit a minute away from where my daughter may have been,” Hadsell said from the Norfolk City Jail.

Hadsell admitted to breaking in and spending roughly 18 minutes inside the home. where he tore through trash cans and pealed back parts of the carpet. He said he even punched the family dog out of anger. He claimed to have discovered a clue upon searching through the resident’s furniture.

“I found my daughter’s jacket in his couch rolled up behind the cushion,” said Hadsell.”I was just trying to make the evidence come to light. It’s not like I had the jacket, I didn’t plant the jacket, I didn’t know anything about that. It was the fact of the overwhelming information that led me there.”

Wesley Hadsell

Wesley Hadsell

It was during a search of Hadsell’s hotel room where he said Norfolk police found 72 rounds of nine-millimeter ammunition. Hadsell doesn’t deny any of the charges or having a lengthy felony criminal record.

“(I) made mistakes,” he said. “I’ve been out of trouble for over 10 years, and I do have successful employment at a business and stuff like that and a good family.”

Hadsell calls himself a changed man, and calls the disappearance of his daughter “overwhelming.”

“I want my daughter home,” said Hadsell. “That’s what I want and that’s all I want. Anybody who wants to say something about that or get in the way of that, then I’m sorry. So what some ways are unorthodox. I didn’t have anything to do with her disappearance. I don’t know where she’s at.”

KCBS-TV Airs Live the Moment Cops Shoot a Gun Weilding Domestic Violence/Kidnapping Sustpect in LA After Car Chase

THERE IS A REASON WHY THEY CALL IN LIVE TV … KIDNAPPING SUSPECT FOUGHT THE LAW AND THE LAW WON.

ALL SHOWN LIVE ON TV … On Friday, March 13 LAPD pursued a possible kidnapping and domestic violence suspect in South LA evening and then engaged in a shootout with the suspect at the end of the chase. Police stated that the suspect was accused of assaulting, pistol-whipping and forcing his wife into a car at gunpoint on Sunday in Paramount, California. Authorities also told the media that the suspect was armed and dangerous. The chase ended at Vermont Avenue and 43rd Street when the suspect got out of the white SUV and began pointing the gun at the police and made gestures at them. However, he was no match for law enforcement who opened fire on the suspect, all caught live on TV.

No deputies were injured in the incident. Officials said the suspect was shot “at least once” in the upper torso. After an hour or so stand off with the police and SWAT, the suspect surrender and was taken to the hospital.

Video – Warning

The Blaze:

Police had told local media that they believed the man to be armed and dangerous while the chase was still ongoing, and as media cameras showed, he quickly demonstrated that the police were correct. pulling out a handgun and appearing to fire at the cops.

The police returned fire.

Shocked KCBS anchors apologized profusely as it seemed that they had aired video footage of the man being shot by police. They soon cut back to video from the scene, showing the visibly injured man, a bullet wound in his abdomen, sitting on a nearby front porch.

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