Wednesday, June 30, 2010
The tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico is intensifying and will become a hurricane soon. The wind and rain and cyclonic flow will most likely pick up and push the oil on the surface of the water and drop it as rain on land.
The oil is extremely toxic. Just touching it or breathing in the fumes could be deadly. The storm, after it pushes inland over Texas, will head north over the Plains States, with possible oily and methane-laced rain. Crops and animals are in danger, not to mention people.
The damage done form such an event could affect crops for decades to come. When it seeps into ground water, that will affect everything!
In addition, wave action will be pushing the oil to Florida. This is only the first storm in what is predicted to be an intense hurricane season.
The Russians Are Coming!
The arrest in NY of the 11 Russian spies this week is something out of a 1970s spy novel. Here are seemingly every day people in ordinary lives who are working as agents for the Russian government.
It is also interesting that this occurred as former President Clinton was in Moscow meeting with Russian leaders and having talks on cooperation between the two countries.
It brought up for me a rumor I heard not too long ago that President Obama was a Russian plant, plotted long ago by the KGB to take over the US.
There is a well-known Soviet plan called the "39th Move". In it, the Russians take over the world without firing a single shot. The 38th move is the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the public fall of Communism. Then, they take over behind the scenes politically and by using pulse weapons.
These "spies" who were arrested do not seem high level. They appear to be politically motivated individuals with personal issues. I don't think they were up to any deep espionage. US corporations are more involved in that with your lives!
June 29, 2010
California's white population has declined since 2000 at an unprecedented rate, hastening the day when Hispanics will be the state's largest population group, according to newly released state figures.
There were half a million fewer whites in California in 2008 than in 2000, a period when the state's overall population grew by 4 million to 38.1 million, according to a study released Thursday by the state Department of Finance.
By 2008, whites made up 40 percent of Californians, down from 47 percent at the turn of the century. In 2000, Hispanics comprised 32 percent of the population; that number grew to 37 percent in 2008.
Analysts said the decline can be attributed to two main causes - a natural population decrease as Baby Boomers enter their later years and die at a faster rate than younger whites have children, and a migration from California since 2001 among whites who sought affordable housing as real estate costs soared.
"This is the first decade to see a year-over-year consistent population decrease due to natural causes," said Mary Heim, chief of the Finance Department's demographic research unit.
The study also confirmed projections that a steadily growing Hispanic population will surpass whites as the state's largest racial demographic in 2016. Hispanics are expected to become a majority of all Californians in 2042, Heim said.
Most Bay Area counties reflected the state's shifting numbers - Alameda County, for example, dropped from 41 percent white to 36 percent - while showing spikes in Hispanic, Asian and multirace categories.
Yet, San Francisco's racial mix remained consistent. Forty-four percent of the city was white in 2008, 30 percent was Asian and 14 percent was Hispanic, just as it was in 2000. Only the city's African American population showed a slight decline, from 7 percent to 6 percent.
Below replacement level
Hans Johnson, a demographer at the Public Policy Institute of California, said white women in recent decades have tended to pursue higher-education degrees and stay in the workplace, leading them to have fewer children. The white population is now "below the replacement" level, Johnson said. "They're simply not replacing themselves."
The median age among California's whites is 44, while the median age for the Hispanic population is 28, according to the study.
Stephen Levy, director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy, said the study also reflected how skyrocketing real estate prices pushed workers from California during the housing bubble from 2005 through 2007.
"This is a good look at what happens when your housing prices get way out of line with the rest of the nation," Levy said. "It will be interesting to see what happens when the market corrects itself."
Reverse of a trend
Johnson said migration into California was a national trend until the 1990s, when the number of out-of-state transplants began to decline.
Lower-paid California workers headed to cities like Phoenix, Las Vegas and Seattle, where they could make similar wages but pay less for housing.
"California is no longer attracting large numbers of people from other states," Johnson said. "And a lot of those who did come to California from other states were white, reflecting the ethnic composition of the country as a whole.
"Now," he said, "that flow has dried up."
The decline among whites and increase in other groups in California is a long-standing trend, Johnson said.
"It's just faster now."
Monday, June 28, 2010
President Obama will be handed the power to shut down the Internet for at least four months without Congressional oversight if the Senate votes for the infamous Internet ‘kill switch’ bill, which was approved by a key Senate committee yesterday and now moves to the floor.
The Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, which is being pushed hard by Senator Joe Lieberman, would hand absolute power to the federal government to close down networks, and block incoming Internet traffic from certain countries under a declared national emergency.
Despite the Center for Democracy and Technology and 23 other privacy and technology organizations sending letters to Lieberman and other backers of the bill expressing concerns that the legislation could be used to stifle free speech, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee passed in the bill in advance of a vote on the Senate floor.
In response to widespread criticism of the bill, language was added that would force the government to seek congressional approval to extend emergency measures beyond 120 days. Still, this would hand Obama the authority to shut down the Internet on a whim without Congressional oversight or approval for a period of no less than four months.
The Senators pushing the bill rejected the claim that the bill was a ‘kill switch’ for the Internet, not by denying that Obama would be given the authority to shut down the Internet as part of this legislation, but by arguing that he already had the power to do so.
They argued “That the President already had authority under the Communications Act to “cause the closing of any facility or station for wire communication” when there is a “state or threat of war”, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Fears that the legislation is aimed at bringing the Internet under the regulatory power of the U.S. government in an offensive against free speech were heightened further on Sunday, when Lieberman revealed that the plan was to mimic China’s policies of policing the web with censorship and coercion.
“Right now China, the government, can disconnect parts of its Internet in case of war and we need to have that here too,” Lieberman told CNN’s Candy Crowley.
While media and public attention is overwhelmingly focused on the BP oil spill, the establishment is quietly preparing the framework that will allow Obama, or indeed any President who follows him, to bring down a technological iron curtain that will give the government a foot in the door on seizing complete control over the Internet.
As we have illustrated, fears surrounding cybersecurity have been hyped to mask the real agenda behind the bill, which is to strangle the runaway growth of alternative and independent media outlets which are exposing government atrocities, cover-ups and cronyism like never before.
Indeed, China uses similar rhetoric about the need to maintain “security” and combating cyber warfare by regulating the web, when in reality their entire program is focused around silencing anyone who criticizes the state.
The real agenda behind government control of the Internet has always been to strangle and suffocate independent media outlets who are now competing with and even displacing establishment press organs, with websites like the Drudge Report now attracting more traffic than many large newspapers combined. As part of this war against independent media, the FTC recently proposing a “Drudge Tax” that would force independent media organizations to pay fees that would be used to fund mainstream newspapers.
If that isn't dictatorship or communism I don't know what it is.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Information from insiders in the government and at BP confirm that mandatory evacuation plans are in effect for the Gulf Coast region should a hurricane strike the area of the oil spill and push contaminated water on land and methane and benzene gases into the atmosphere.
Should a methane bubble explode underwater and create a tsunami, between 30 to 40 million people would have to be immediately evacuated. This must obviously occur BEFORE the explosion when the bubble appears to be weakening.
If the forming hurricane hits the spill area, the entire coastal region will be in grave danger. Looks like the Illuminati are purposely creating this and will in effect, cause a large region of the US to be voided. Where will all those millions be placed? Now we can see that Katrina was just a drill for what is happening now.
Friday, June 25, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
A Queens, New York woman claims that police knocked her eye out of her socket.
According to Jacqueline Dervain, the cops were called after a call was made that her daughter's ex boyfriend was threatening her.
The 66-year-old woman says that police walked in, yanked her off of her bed and tossed her into a doorknob, causing her eye to fall out.
NYPD disagree however and say she pulled out a 12-gauge shotgun and warned, "Nobody's going to leave here tonight!"
Police tell the New York Daily News that her story is "all nonsense” and a berserk Deravin was pointing the gun at her daughter's ex-beau and yelling,
"I am going to kill you. Nobody's going to leave here tonight!"
According to a criminal complaint filed by prosecutors, police then wrestled the gun from her.
She now faces charges of resisting arrest, reckless endangerment, harassment, and menacing.
When will this shiit end? These psychopath, nazi mofos with badges are on a rampage!
CDC advises “Everyone, including pregnant women” to avoid areas affected by spill; Expert says crude oil contains “some of the most toxic chemicals th
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has issued health warnings…
While they suggest there is no threat, the CDC simultaneously advised “everyone, including pregnant women” to avoid spill-affected areas. …
Shira Kramer, an epidemiologist who has conducted research for the petroleum industry on the health consequences of exposure to petroleum, said she is concerned that the risks are being downplayed.
“It’s completely scientifically dishonest to pooh-pooh the potential here when you are talking about some of the most toxic chemicals that we know,” said Kramer, who is founder and president of consulting firm Epidemiology International in Hunt Valley, Maryland. She isn’t involved with the Institute panels.
“When you talk about community exposure, you are talking about exposures in unpredictable ways and to subpopulations that may be more highly susceptible than others, such as those of reproductive age, people who are immuno-compromised, children or fetuses. …
“[W]e have a soup of chemicals from the crude, chemicals from the dispersants and pollutants that were already in the water. Who can say how they will interact?”
People, including pregnant women, can be exposed to these chemicals by breathing them (air), by swallowing them (water, food), or by touching them (skin). If possible, everyone, including pregnant women, should avoid the oil and spill-affected areas.
Truly bizarre. What’s next? Actually we’d rather not know…
Suzanne Morgan , 32, had just layed her 17-month-old daughter to sleep. Morgan’s dog Dixie, however, was wide awake and barking nonstop, which meant she was hungry. The British single mom had ransacked her pantry and fridge and came up empty; she had forgotten to buy Dixie’s food. Her eyes zeroed in on some bottles of breast milk in the far corner of her unstocked refrigerator. Could she feed her dog breast milk?
Dixie’s barking had grown louder and louder. “I stared at the milk and then back at Dixie. I couldn’t, could I?” Morgan questioned. Since the frenzied woman could not take the dog’s hunger cries any more, she decided to pour some breast milk in to its bowl. Dixie lapped it up with a passion, the barking stopped.
Since breaking up with her child’s father more than a year ago, Morgan’s finances were tight.
It was obvious Dixie enjoyed the breast milk, so Morgan decided to search the Internet to see if there were other women who had been giving breast milk to their pets. Much to her surprise, she found women who had given breast milk to their dogs, cats and even pigs, but not only did they pour the breast milk in to bowls, but some had even allowed the animals to suckle at their breasts too. “Oh my, God, I gasped, as I looked at a photo of a woman with a cat suckling on her boob. Surely that was unhygienic? Not to mention painful,” says Morgan. Suddenly, she had a lightbulb moment.
She wondered if she should allow her dog to breastfeed too. Besides, there were other women who were touting the experience of breastfeeding your pet as being just as rewarding as feeding a baby.
After absorbing all that she could find on the subject, Morgan made the decision to breastfeed her little dog. She started out by first feeding her daughter. Then with the opposite breast, she would express some milk out, rub it around the nipple then offer it to her dog. She did have reservations about being bitten, scratched or hurt, but Dixie was gentle. Morgan admits that it tickled at first, but then it felt as if it were her daughter feeding on her breast. “Despite having a mouthful of sharp teeth, Dixie didn’t bite me,” enthuses the Mom. After 10 minutes of feeding, Morgan gently pulled the dog away.
Morgan did call her doctor to determine if breastfeeding her dog was safe. She claims her doctor was silent at first, but then said that if they both were healthy, then there would be no real risk. Morgan does disinfect herself, after Dixie feeds. And while her toddler has lost interest in breastfeeding now, Dixie continues to enjoy it.
Morgan is now pregnant with her second child. Sadly, she did not remain with the child’s father and broke up with him after only four months of being together. She never disclosed to him or her family that she breastfeeds her dog. “I was itching to tell someone about it. But how? My mum, and my mates would think I’d gone mad. So I kept it to myself,” she says. Morgan is ecstatic, however, that Dixie’s breastfeeding is relieving some of the fullness of her breasts. She feeds the canine twice a day for 20 minutes at a time.
The expectant Mom is due in June. Does she plan to stop breastfeeding Dixie? Well, Morgan insists that when she’s around the third month, she’ll put breastfeeding her dog on hold, express milk for her, then pick it up again around month four. What’s the point? None! It’s just a system that Morgan finds works for her.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Rain, Rain, Go Away!
There have been heavy rains and severe flooding all over the United States, Canada, Brazil, parts of Europe, China and many other locations around Asia. It has been the wettest time period in recent memory. What does this mean?
It is a definite sign that an Ice Age and colder climates are coming. When volcanoes spew ash and rock into the atmosphere they pick up moisture that accumulates around them and attract humidity and cloud cover. The result is heavy rainstorms. The electrically charged volcanic particles also create more violent thunderstorms and tornadoes, which is what we have been seeing.
In addition, increased tectonic stress releases a natural ELF that attracts more storms, especially tornadoes and hurricanes. So, it will be a humdinger of a season that may last throughout the warm weather time period before it all turns to snow later this year.
Add La Nina forming in the Pacific and the volatility of solar activity, then you have quite a stormy rime period!
Rare 5.5-Magnitude Canadian Earthquake Felt In New York, Michigan
OTTAWA, Canada - A magnitude-5.0 earthquake struck at the Ontario-Quebec border region of Canada on Wednesday, shaking homes and businesses from Toronto to the states of New York and Michigan, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
The midday quake was felt in Canada and in a number of U.S. states, including Michigan, Vermont and parts of upstate New York.
The USGS said the quake occurred at a depth of about 12 miles (19.2 kilometers). The agency initially said the quake had a 5.5 magnitude, but later reduced it to a magnitude-5.0. The quake occurred at 1:41 p.m. EDT (1741 GMT), the USGS said.
The quake lasted for about 30 seconds, rattling downtown buildings and homes in Ottawa and Toronto, as well as government offices across the Ottawa River in Gatineau, Quebec.
Several buildings in Toronto and the Ottawa region were evacuated.
Chris Cornell, 46, who works in downtown Toronto, said desks and furniture shook as he sat at his desk in a finance office.
In Michigan, residents from suburban Detroit to Port Huron and Saginaw reported feeling the earthquake.
Detroit police spokeswoman Yvette Walker told The Associated Press that police personnel on the upper floors of the downtown headquarters building reported feeling the quake.
In New York state, people from Buffalo to Albany and north to Massena on the St. Lawrence River said pets were startled and plates rattled when the quake hit.
David French, 53-year-old state worker from Cicero, New York, said he was at his computer inside his home near Syracuse when he felt his chair shake.
"I thought the chair was breaking or something," he said. "I looked over and my filing cabinet was moving."
The quake prompted several calls to state police in the Adirondacks area.
"A little shake, nothing too big," is how Trooper Mark Revette described the temblor. "It happens. We get a couple of these a year."
Kellie Tassone, 40, was at home on Oneida Lake in Cicero.
"My dog picked his head up just before it happened and kind of looked at me," she said. Then the sliding door started to rattle "and the house was shaking
There are some really sick people in the world. A man in upstate NY killed his own son after a stand off with police. Pop it to see what happened to this monster.
Jesus take the wheel! We’ve heard of people snapping and doing some crazy things. But shooting a 3 month old is just ridiculous.
A young father with a long criminal history, including assault charges, fatally shot his 3-month-old son in front of state troopers Tuesday morning, then was shot and critically wounded by officers.
Adam Theall, 21, was outside the home in rural Oneida County in upstate New York when troopers arrived after getting 911 calls around 9:30 a.m. that he had threatened to kill the child.
He fired a shotgun at the baby, Eithen Theall, then turned it on the three troopers who had arrived at the scene, according to State Police Capt. Francis Coots. They all fired at him.
“He was intent on killing his child,” Coots said. “The report from 911 was that he was going to kill his child. As soon as the trooper got out of the car, he did it.”
The boy was declared dead at a hospital.
Theall, of nearby Rome, was hit several times and was in critical condition. Police had been called for domestic disputes in the past at the house, which is in a wooded area of widely separated homes about 200 miles northwest of New York City. The child’s mother was at the home during the attack.
“We did fire at him immediately after he shot the child,” Coots said, adding that the troopers told Theall several times to drop the gun.
There were conflicting statements from police about whether Theall fired at the troopers.
“It’s a shock to know someone personally that would do something like that, but I’m not surprised by what happened,” neighbor Amanda Westcott, who has known Theall since he was 16, told the Observer-Dispatch of Utica. “I’ve seen him in action.”
Outside the mobile home Tuesday were a swing set, a frog-shaped swimming pool and a bug-shaped child’s push cart, along with a large weight bench and a broken-down oven. There were frequent disturbances at the home, Westcott said.
“That’s all you could hear, is profanity and screaming and things hitting the wall,” she told the newspaper.
Two other women were at the house with the child’s mother when Theall opened fire. There were two other children younger than 5 in the house.
Theall was on probation for second-degree vehicular assault and had also been charged with misdemeanor assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
We’re still trying to figure out how he made it out alive after shooting a baby. Either the police have terrible aim or they exercised a little too much restraint on this fool.
Sick! Yeah, they always exercise restraint when it’s their own…black man woulda got shot on site
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
While the BP gulf of Mexico oil spill is a travesty, but it also can be a distraction to other major things that's going on in the world
1. Israeli nuclear submarines positioned close to Iran:
Three German-built Israeli submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles are to be deployed in the Gulf near the Iranian coastline.
The first has been sent in response to Israeli fears that ballistic missiles developed by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah, a political and military organisation in Lebanon, could hit sites in Israel, including air bases and missile launchers.
The submarines of Flotilla 7 — Dolphin, Tekuma and Leviathan — have visited the Gulf before. But the decision has now been taken to ensure a permanent presence of at least one of the vessels.
2. Iran war propaganda:
US intelligence has shown Iran could launch an attack against Europe with “scores or hundreds” of missiles, prompting major changes to US missile defenses, Pentagon chief Robert Gates said on Thursday.
The anti-Iran rhetoric has amplified following the revelation that many Bilderberg members, including Zbigniew Brzezinski, are now in favor of U.S. air strikes on Iran and are “leaning towards war,”.
“Some of them in Europe are saying no we shouldn’t do it but most of them are in favor of American air strikes on Iran,” Bilderberg sluth Jim Tucker relayed from the recent meeting in Spain. “They’re tilting heavily towards green lighting a U.S. attack on Iran.”
3. The continuing economic slide:
The greatest bankster heist in history and the looming greatest depression rumbles on.
Gold has hit record highs as the dollar slumps and the Euro continues to face complete collapse. Unemployment figures in the U.S. are through the roof and U.S. consumer prices posted their largest fall in nearly 1-1/2 years in May.
Rumours in Europe persist regarding an impending bailout for spain, while Russia says it is ready to found a “new economic world order“.
4. FCC ready to restrict the Internet:
The federal government would have “absolute power” to shut down the Internet under the terms of a new US Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Obama a figurative “kill switch” to seize control of the world wide web in response to a Homeland Security directive.
Lieberman has been pushing for government regulation of the Internet for years under the guise of cybersecurity, but this new bill goes even further in handing emergency powers over to the feds which could be used to silence free speech under the pretext of a national emergency.
5. Obama/Blagojevich story
As the Blagojevich trial continues and important details emerge, linking Obama to possible political corruption, Federal prosecutors are seeking a gag order to keep the ex-Governor and his lawyers from making public comments.
6. UN small arms treaty
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced that the Obama Administration would be working hand in glove with the U.N. to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty.”
Congressman Paul Broun warns that, “With willing one-world accomplices in Washington, D.C., gun-grabbers around the globe believe they have it made.” Broun characterizes the U.N.’s Small Arms Treaty as “nothing more than a massive, GLOBAL gun control scheme.”
The treaty would force national governments to acquiesce to a global gun registry, while strengthening licensing procedures so as to make it almost impossible for a citizen to legally purchase a gun. It would also ban the private sale of semi-automatic weapons and ultimately lead to the confiscation and destruction of all “unauthorized” firearms owned by citizens.
By encapsulating the gun grab within a treaty, the Obama administration could claim that no Senate approval is needed to authorize any such move against the right to bear arms – although whether a treaty trumps the Constitution is a very murky area of debate.
7. Mexicans riot in LA/Land given over to Mexico
Violent scenes following the LA Lakers’ championship-clinching win over the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals saw angry mobs smashing their way through the streets waving Mexican flags as they went.
Meanwhile, a massive stretch of Arizona has become effectively off limits to Americans, Prompting questions over whether the Obama administration is giving a major strip of the south-west back to Mexico.
8. Obama Plans To Sneak Through Carbon Tax By Stealth
President Obama is planning to sneak through his job-killing, economy wrecking carbon tax by stealth according to the Washington Post, by passing a weakened bill and then adding in cap and trade provisions after the heat is off following the November elections.
Described as the “lame duck climate strategy,” Obama is planning to secure enough votes in the Senate to pass a weakened energy bill and then drag out the conference long enough to ensure the stronger provisions contained in the original House version are added “after lawmakers have faced voters in November, thereby cushioning the vote’s political impact.”
9. Afghanistan Mineral Riches Story Is War Propaganda
News that the U.S. has suddenly discovered $1 trillion-worth of mineral deposits in Afghanistan, and descriptions of the bounty as a “game changer” by the corporate media, represent nothing more than crude war propaganda designed to reinvigorate public support for a failing and ever more pointless occupation.
The “newly discovered” riches have been known about since the 1970s and further revelations indicate that the Pentagon report cited by the New York Times as their source for the story did not even mention the untapped mineral deposits in Afghanistan.
10. Free Speech Gag Bill Moving in House
H.R. 5175, The so-called DISCLOSE Act would severely limit the ability of political groups to communicate to their members and the general public.
Politico reports that , the NRA bargained for an exemption for itself and other large, established groups while trampling the rights of private citizens, new political groups, like Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty, and other small organizations.
As John Bresnahan reports, “The proposal would exempt organizations that have more than 1 million members, have been in existence for more than 10 years, have members in all 50 states and raise 15 percent or less of their funds from corporations… The NRA, with 4 million members, will not actively oppose the DISCLOSE Act, according to Democratic sources.”
Blame the nigger: Jeremy London Allegedly Kidnapped And “Forced” To Smoke Dope, Folks Claim Otherwise
This story sounds extremely bizarre. Remember that Jeremy London dude from Party of Five and 7th Heaven??? Well, apparently he was kidnapped and forced to smoke rocks, and some people beg to differ…SMH.
Details on this comedy when you…
According to Radaronline:
Brandon Adams, the man currently behind bars and accused of kidnapping Party Of Five star Jeremy London, would never have forced anyone to do drugs, say friends who know the Palm Springs local.
RadarOnline.com was first to break the story Thursday of the bizarre ordeal surrounding London and leading to Adams’ arrest. London claims that a stranger helped him fix a flat tire and then kidnapped him, forcing him to smoke drugs, buy alcohol and then distribute it. Adams was arrested and charged with numerous offenses. But we spoke exclusively to a couple who know Adams and live in the same apartment building, and they said they believe Adams would do drugs with the actor, but absolutely reject the notion he would FORCE London to do drugs. “I don’t believe it,” a neighbor – who wished to remain anonymous – told RadarOnline.com about the charges Adams forced London to smoke drugs
“Brandon probably was doing drugs WITH that actor, and the guy just said he was
Dude’s family doesn’t even believe him:
Jeremy London’s bizarre tale of being kidnapped at gunpoint and forced to smoke crack has his family worried.
The actor’s twin brother Jason and mom Debbie Nielsen say in an exclusive interview with E! that more than anything they’re concerned about Jeremy, who told E! in April that he had successfully kicked an addiction to prescription meds and was seven months’ sober.
“There have been times we’ve had hope [he has remained clean],” says Jason. “We are very concerned for him. This is his family’s cry for help.” “I don’t want him to be another statistic,” added Nielsen, whose daughter (and the twins’ sister) Dedra died in a car accident when she was 16. “I don’t want to bury another child.”
Orange County Sheriff's office says a 35-year-old Kountze man has confessed to killing a 26-year-old Beaumont woman over the weekend and later dragging her body behind his pickup truck.
Authorities say William Baker Bibb is charged with murder and is being held in the Orange County Jail on a $1 million bond. Authorities say preliminary autopsy results show the woman died of blunt force trauma to the head.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office says they received a call at 11 a.m. Saturday morning of a dead body near the Rose City Sand Pit in Rose City. According to the Sheriff's office, the man called 911 claiming he and the deceased woman were victims of a crime.
But authorities now say Bibb confessed to killing Theresa Adell Ardoin sometime Saturday morning after a "fight." Orange County Sheriff's Department say Bibb picked up Ardoin from Magnolia Avenue in Beaumont and drove her to a sandpit north of Rose City.
The sheriff says Bibb and Ardoin were acquaintances and allegedly got together to "possibly do some drugs, have sex" at a sand pit, but they argued. Bibb allegedly struck her with a hammer.
Authorities say after killing her, Bibb attached her body to his pickup truck and dragged about a quarter-mile to the canal.
Authorities say there is no evidence that the crime was that of a hate crime. Bibb is Caucasian, while Ardoin was African American.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division is investigating the case as murder.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office is being assisted by detectives from the Orange Police Department, Pinehurst Police Department, Vidor Police Department, and the Orange County District Attorney's Office.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office is calling this one of the worst murder investigations they've ever had. Workers and business owners at the sand pit property said it's hard to believe the gruesome story of what happened over the weekend.
Jason Miles has driven through the gates at the Rose City Sand Pit as a freelance truck driver for several years.
He said he can't believe he now shares his workplace with crime-scene investigators.
"Such a horrendous crime - and just knowing that it happened nearby where you work is even more of a shock" said Miles.
Investigators said William Bibb confessed to killing an acquaintance Theresa Ardoin Friday night near a clearing in the sand pit. Investigators said Bibb beat Ardoin to death with a hammer, then tied her body with a rope to his truck, and dragged her a quarter mile dumping the vehicle and Ardoin's body in a ditch.
In a press conference Monday, the Sheriff's office said though Ardoin is black, they won't investigate the murder as a hate crime, citing the evidence doesn't point to her death being about race or religion.
"At first he had given us a set of facts and then whenever he was really questioned by the investigators about his facts that didn't make any sense- then he realized he needed to tell the truth" said Chief Deputy Rodney Harrison with the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
But the truth is, some businesses in the area are upset.
Nearby business owners said some of the gates leading to the clearing are never locked - leaving the property exposed to anyone coming in and out whenever they please.
For Miles, he said that knowing someone took advantage of the isolated dirt roads he works on every day, is upsetting.
"It's very sad to hear that anyone loses their life to a violent crime and just knowing that it happened here makes it that much more close to home" said Miles.
Leaving Miles with a new perspective as he works within the yellow tape, a haunting reminder of the weekend's events.
PRESS RELEASE FROM ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
These mofo crakkkers are getting out of hand!
Thursday, June 17, 2010
A West Virginia man was taken into police custody after authorities say he abused his girlfriend's son extensively, duct taping him and throwing him in to a clothes dryer before later forcing him to eat a cat feces sandwich.
22-year-old Joseph Edward Jones faces child abuse charges stemming from 2008 when a boy, now 6, says he was mistreated by his mother's live-in boyfriend.
The boy told police that the man abused him a number of times over the past three years by pouring ice water on him and biting him on the nose and face.
In one incident, the child say his hands and feet were duct taped before the man put him into a dryer.
The boy's mother also told authorities that he made her son eat a sandwich with cat feces inside it but failed to report the incident at the time.
When asked why he didn't report the abuse sooner, the 6-year-old told police that he was scared because Jones threatened to harm the woman if he did not keep quiet.
After his arrest Jones admitted to slamming the child against the wall several times but denied ever biting him despite obvious bite marks on his face.
He was charged with child abuse causing injury and was released from jail after posting $30,000 bond.
Just crakkker being crakkkers!
LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 15, 2010 –Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) held its annual press conference today at the E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles, Calif., announcing groundbreaking new products and services that further establish PlayStation’s leadership and cutting edge position in home entertainment. Since last Fall, the PlayStation® business has experienced unprecedented growth, fueling huge momentum into the new year. The company is poised once again to deliver consumers unrivaled entertainment options this year with the latest in 3D technology, introduction of PlayStation®Move games, and blockbuster games such as inFAMOUS 2, Twisted Metal®, Gran Turismo® 5, LittleBigPlanet™ 2, and Killzone® 3.
“We are transforming the way consumers interact and consume content in the living room and we’ve been redefining this entertainment experience now for 15 years,” said Jack Tretton, CEO and President of SCEA. “Sony is the undisputed leader in stereoscopic 3D technology and we are the only company to provide consumers with an end to end solution today. PlayStation is expanding what’s possible with Blu-ray technology by enhancing it with cutting edge stereoscopic 3D games and movies. In addition, we are providing entirely new motion gaming experiences with PlayStation Move.”
SCEA announced on stage that some of the company’s biggest titles will be available to consumers this year in stereoscopic 3D, including MLB® 10 The Show, MotorStorm®: Apocalypse, Killzone® 3, The Sly Collection, and Gran Turismo®5. Beloved franchises from our publishing community will also make their way into consumer homes in stereoscopic 3D on the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) system, such as Crysis 2 from Electronic Arts, Mortal Kombat™ from Warner Brothers, Ubisoft’s Shaun White Skateboarding and TOM CLANCY™’S GHOST RECON: FUTURE SOLDIER™, as well as Disney Tron Evolution the Video Game, and 2K Sports’ NBA® 2K11. Unlike any other console on the market today, all 35.7 million PS3 units globally are capable of playing stereoscopic 3D games via a firmware update in April 2010. Four PS3 titles offering stereoscopic gaming experiences are currently available for download from the PlayStation®Network (PSN) including PAIN, MotorStorm® Pacific Rift, Super Stardust™ HD and WipEout® HD. The PS3 system will make 3D Blu-ray Disc movie support available later this year.
PlayStation® Move motion controller
SCEA also announced that on September 19, 2010 it will release a PlayStation Move bundle comprised of a PlayStation Move motion controller, PlayStation®Eye camera, Sports Champions™ Blu-ray disc game and PlayStation Move demo disc for $99.99 (RRP). Additionally, a PlayStation 3 Sports Champion Move Bundle, which includes a PS3 system, PlayStation Move motion controller, PlayStation Eye camera, Sports Champions Blu-ray game and PlayStation Move game demo disc, will be available for $399.99 (RRP). Stand alone PlayStation Move motion controller for the PS3 system will also be sold at $49.99 (MSRP). The new PlayStation Move navigation controller, which can be used alongside the motion controller for intuitive navigation of in-game characters and objects, will also become available on the same day at $29.99 (MSRP). Standalone first party games for the PlayStation Move will be priced at $39.99 (MSRP). With more than 15 dedicated titles for use with the PlayStation Move motion controller available on the day of launch and 40 more slated to hit throughout the holiday season, both casual gamers and hardcore gamers will have plenty of reasons to clear their coffee tables and immerse themselves in the most precise and ultra sensory gaming experience ever made possible. PlayStation Move titles showcased at E3 include:
First Party Titles
Sports Champions™, September 2010
Eye Pet™, September 2010
Kung Fu Rider™, September 2010
Start the Party! ™, September 2010
echochrome™ 2 (PSN), September 2010
Tumble (PSN), September 2010
Hustle Kings, October 2010
PAIN (PSN), October 2010
TV Superstars™, October 2010
The Fight: Lights Out™, October 2010
The Shoot™, October 2010
High Velocity Bowling (PSN) October 2010
Heavy Rain®, October 2010
Sly Collection, November 2010
SingStar® Dance, November 2010
LittleBigPlanet™ 2, November 2010
Beat Sketcher (PSN), Fall 2010
SOCOM 4, Fall 2010
Heroes on the Move, 2011
Killzone® 3, 2011
Yet another futuristic gaming device has been revealed at the annual E3 Conference this week. Nintendo has finally stepped up to the plate, unveiling the first-ever mobile 3D console: the "Nintendo 3DS." The design is similar to the popular Nintendo DSI handheld, still boasting the dual screens, but it packs in a ton of new features.
A small analog stick has been introduced on the left side as well as a motion sensor and three video cameras (one in front, two in back) so you can take 3D photographs. The most fascinating aspect of the 3DS is that those tacky Steve Urkel glasses you have to wear when viewing 3D movies or TV shows are not required. By simply staring straight into the main 3.5-inch screen, images, videos and games will appear three dimensionally. You also have the option of turning the 3D off and playing games in their regular format, which actually brightens the screen and increases resolution.
Third-party game developers have already signed off on the 3DS and plenty of Nintendo favorites will be released alongside the device. Keep a look out for "Metal Gear Solid," "Resident Evil," "Starfox," and even classics such as "Super Mario Bros." — all of which will be available in 3D.
On more of an awkward note, rumors have circulated that the new 3DS will seek out WiFi hotspots and other 3DS users that are close by without your permission. We still can't figure out if that's shady business or a blessing in disguise, but it's definitely interesting. No price or release date has been officially announced, but the console will come in three colors: black, red, or blue