A violent paranoid schizophrenic who punched and kicked a woman on a London Underground train has been spared extradition to his native Poland on human rights grounds. Marek Dabrowski was wanted in his homeland over a robbery in November 2008 in which he allegedly knocked out a man before stealing more than £400 from him. But before being arrested, he fled to Britain and lived on the streets for three years. He later joined the anti-capitalist Occupy tented camp, which was set up outside St Paul’s Cathedral from 2011 to 2012. Last year Dabrowski was convicted of viciously assaulting two
Comments: Judges say the violent paranoid schizophrenic might receive inadequate mental healthcare in his native Poland, so he will stay at his mother´s home in the UK and receive free care (and probably free everything else) courtesy of the taxpayers. Poland did pretty well on this deal, no?
Right now there is nothing to keep the EU and the entire world from sending their violent nut jobs to merry old England, where no matter what violent crimes they commit in England, jolly old judges rule that they can stay on human rights grounds.
If given half a chance, activist liberal Democrat appointed judges in the USA would do the same thing.
Washington — The federal government will spend almost $230 million to help repair damage to the Holland Tunnel caused by Hurricane Sandy. The funds, $229.6 million, will go to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It will pay 90 percent of the $255 million cost of repairing 22 damaged sites along the tunnel, which was flooded during the October 2012 storm. (Snip) The Port Authority in February agreed to spend around $7 million to draft plans to repair the Sandy damage in the tunnel. Board Chairman John Degnan called the action "another key
The Washington state man who killed five people in a deadly mall rampage last year has died. The Skagit County Prosecutor’s Office told NBC 5 the body of Arcan Cetin was found hanging in his Snohomish County Jail cell shortly before 9 p.m. on Sunday. He died from an apparent suicide. Cetin, 20, was charged with five counts of aggravated first-degree murder after the September 2016 shooting spree at Cascade Mall. Three women, a man and a teenage girl were killed. (Snip) The night of the shooting he headed to the mall’s movie theater and used his cell phone to
The man accused of groping a young actress and then shoving her onto the subway tracks at a Greenwich Village station last week has been ordered held without bail. Kimani Stephenson, 24, was remanded at his Manhattan arraignment Sunday night on charges of attempted murder, assault and sex abuse for the attack on Bonnie Currie, 22. He allegedly grabbed the petite starlet’s breast and crotch as she waited for a train at the 14th Street-Sixth Avenue station. After the alarmed woman told him to “F–k off,” he tossed her onto the tracks, authorities said.
An arrest has been made in connection to the death of Vanessa Marcotte. State police detained Angelo Colon-Ortiz, 31, early on Saturday morning in connection with the slaying of the 27-year-old Google executive . The Boston University graduate´s naked body was found near her mom´s Princeton, Massachusetts, home on August 7, 2016. Her hands, feet and head were burned. The New Yorker, who was visiting her mother at the time, was found dead after she didn´t return to their home from a run. (Snip) Ortiz has no criminal history. The DA was unsure whether he is a U.S. citizen.
Mayor de Blasio deprecated the Charging Bull sculpture in Lower Manhattan on Friday as a “celebration of unfettered capitalism” — while defending the Fearless Girl statue in front of the bull for “standing up to injustice.” The mayor made the comment on his weekly WNYC radio show, where he also vowed that the city would fight a lawsuit by the creator of Charging Bull to get rid of Fearless Girl. (Snip) “’Fearless Girl’ to so many people means standing up to injustice, the empowerment of women…,” he added. “We think what has been done is absolutely legally appropriate on the city’s
A young stage actress suffered her “worst nightmare” when she was groped and shoved to the tracks at a Greenwich Village subway station early Friday morning, her roommate told The Post. Bonnie Currie, 22, was on the northbound F/M platform at 14th Street and Sixth Avenue at 4:20 a.m. when the man in his 20s walked up to her and grabbed her crotch, cops said. She shoved his hand away, and he pushed her onto the tracks. (Snip) A photo she posted during January’s Women’s March includes the hashtag #pu–ygrabsback — a phrase adopted by people opposing sexual assault.
Four young men were brutally beaten and killed with a sharp object in a Long Island Park – and cops are looking into whether the violent MS-13 gang is behind the slayings. The victims’ bodies were discovered in a wooded area inside Recreation Village Town Park in Central Islip Wednesday at 8 p.m., several hundred feet south of the soccer fields, according to Suffolk Police Commissioner Timothy Sini. (Snip) “We will confirm the manner in which they were killed is consistent with the modus operandi of MS-13. We are clearly looking into that possibility although we have not ruled out other
A dozen teenagers terrorized two young people with a gun and in the same park where a girl was jumped by an angry gang, police said Thursday. The two teens, ages 18 and 16, claim the pack of ruffians approached them and demanded their stuff in Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn Heights around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, police sources said. The group kicked one of the victims in the back and punched the other in the face, knocking him out. Then one of the pack pulled a gun and robbed one of the teens of his Ferragamo belt, an iPhone
A rape victim has told how she was forced to have sex with UN workers who were supposed to be on a peacekeeping mission in Haiti. The young woman, known only as Victim Number One, recounted her harrowing story to UN investigators - detailing how she was forced to have sex with some 50 peacekeepers from the age of 12 until she was 15. (Snip) The disturbing internal UN report uncovered abuse which was rife in Haiti between 2004 and 2007. At least 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers exploited nine children as young as 12 in a sex ring, offering them cookies and
Muslim men are allowed to hit their wives if they disobey them and domestic violence is a ´beautiful blessing´, according to the women´s branch of a radical Islamic group. Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche told the women´s arm of hardline political group Hizb ut-Tahrir that men are permitted to hit women with sticks. During the 30-minute discussion at a meeting in Sydney´s west, Ms Allouche and fellow panellist Atika Latifi - who are both wearing headscarves - describe how beating women is a ´symbolic act´. At one point they even demonstrated how to use a small stick called a
New Jersey — A known MS-13 gang member was added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitive list Wednesday, nearly six years after he allegedly killed a man by stabbing him 17 times and cutting his throat. Walter Yovany Gomez killed a man in Plainfield in May of 2011 because the victim was suspected of socializing with a rival gang and had been ordered to be killed, according to the FBI. (Snip) Gomez is of unknown age, previously going by numerous birth dates in October of various years placing him between 29 and 33 years old. He also goes by numerous aliases, including
Berkeley — A 31-year-old man has been arrested and charged in an altercation with McDonald´s workers over an incorrect drive-thru order, police said. Kwasi Mayweather, 31, of the Bayville section of the township, was charged with disorderly conduct, according to a statement from Berkeley police Wednesday morning. (Snip) On Tuesday, police said one man threw food at a 19-year-old manager and punched him in the face. A second man reportedly cut a 21-year-old worker on the wrist when he ran out the side door and confronted the customers, who were near their parked car, police said Tuesday.
They´ve spent the last month quietly recuperating in French Polynesia since leaving the White House earlier this year. But Barack and Michelle Obama interrupted the quiet island life they´ve become accustomed to this weekend with a star-studded jaunt out to sea. The former First Couple joined Bruce Springsteen Tom Hanks and their wives on music mogul David Geffen´s superyacht Rising Sun on Friday, making quite the splash as they arrived at the vessel off the island of Mo´orea in a spruced up speedboat. Once on board, the Obama´s played tourists, posing romantically on the upper deck while they had their
A review of the surveillance material flagged by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes shows no inappropriate action by Susan Rice or any other Obama administration official, Republican and Democratic Congressional aides who have been briefed on the matter told NBC News. (Snip) "I saw no evidence of any wrongdoing," said one U.S. official who reviewed the documents, who would not agree to be identified further. "It was all completely normal." His assessment was shared by a senior Republican aide who had been briefed on the matter but declined to speak on the record. The finding by lawmakers of both parties
Donald J. Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton in November came as a shock to the world. Polls, news reports and everything the Clinton campaign was hearing in the final days pointed to her becoming the first female president in American history. In their compelling new book, “Shattered,” the journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes write that Clinton’s loss suddenly made sense of all the reporting they had been doing for a year and a half — reporting that had turned up all sorts of “foreboding signs” that often seemed at odds, in real time, with indications that Clinton was the favorite
No President in American history has ever golfed more per week than Donald Trump. In his first 12 weeks in office Trump took a staggering 18 golf course trips. That´s unheard of. In his first 12 weeks in office, President Obama didn´t visit a single golf course. By the end of this year, it´s likely that Trump will have golfed more than President Obama has in his entire presidency. And that´s strange. It´s really strange. Because Donald Trump and other conservative pundits seemed to be deeply bothered by the times President Obama went out and golfed. It appeared to genuinely offend
PALM BEACH — A light, warm breeze rolled off the ocean a block away. The pianist at Café L´Europe, a standard poodle at his feet, entertained a capacity crowd, dressed in blazers and pastels, buoyant with champagne. Out front, black and red Ferraris were lined up with a vintage Bentley and a Rolls. A typical Friday night in Palm Beach, the winding down of "season." Amid the luxury and esprit de corps, one could overlook the surreal: Six minutes down the road, the 45th president of the United States was decompressing after a high-stakes meeting with his Chinese counterpart, a summit
Hillary Clinton phoned Barack Obama on election night after conceding defeat and told him: ‘I’m sorry’. The Democratic Presidential candidate stepped into an anteroom for the conversation to apologize for losing to Donald Trump in a conversation which has never previously been reported. As she took the call Clinton knew she had ‘let her country down’ and that Obama’s legacy lay ‘shattered at Donald Trump’s feet’, a new book reveals. Minutes earlier Clinton had called Trump and suppressed ‘the anger that touched every nerve in her body’ as she conceded. She said: ‘Congratulations, Donald. ‘I’ll be supportive of the country’s success and that means
Variety magazine’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller, in a tweet promoting a new specialty issue, asked the public to answer this question about Chelsea Clinton, “How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover? Read her great interview with @RaminSetoodeh in tomorrow’s issue!” (Photos/Tweet) Clinton is one of six women featured individually on separate covers of the Variety specialty issue along with Jessica Chastain, Gayle King, Blake Lively, Audra McDonald and Shari Redstone. (Photos/Tweet) The liberal media, working in collusion with her parents former President Bill Clinton and failed presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and their political operatives, is
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore says he’s “on fire” creatively in his “Easter Dinner Reflections” Facebook post. Why? It’s all about “removing a sitting president,” he says in his @mmflint Twitter promo for the Facebook commentary. Moore’s just not sure what the best media vehicle is for him to “take him down." He explains in his “Reflections”: “I think I need to make a movie. Or bring back my weekly series to TV. Or stand on a stage and howl. Or something. Or anything. Or all of it.” Moore ponders his options: "Can a simple movie actually bring down a sitting
Dan Rather said on CNN’s Reliable Sources this morning that people are being too quick to praise Donald Trump as presidential for dropping bombs. The most notable example of this in the past two weeks was CNN’s own Fareed Zakaria saying that Trump “became president” in response to the Syria strike. Rather did not mention Zakaria specifically, but he did say, “Dropping bombs, having missile strikes, doesn’t make one presidential.” He said it’s way too early for that kind of rhetoric, because the question really is whether you can “keep the peace” afterwards. Stelter asked Rather if journalists have a tendency
By all accounts, Jared Kushner, the husband of President Trump´s favorite daughter, has become an extraordinarily powerful man in the White House. To formally appoint Kushner a senior adviser, with a top security clearance, the president sought and received a Justice Department opinion declaring the White House exempt from federal anti-nepotism laws. That meant Kushner could have an official White House title to go along with his trusted-member-of-the-family influence.
CNN´s Fareed Zakaria discusses his experience with "Trump derangement syndrome," where people´s hatred and anger towards the president is so intense that it impairs their judgment. He talks about Obama speechwriters attacking Trump for doing exactly what President Obama would have done in Syria. "And then came the strike against Syria. On that issue, Trump appears to have listened carefully to his senior national security professionals, reversed his ealier positions, chosen a calibrated response, and acted swiftly. I supported the strike, and pointed out both in print and on air that Trump was finally being presidential because the action ´seemed
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump enlisted the services of Risa Heller, a New York City public relations figure known for her work with Democrats — including former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and Gov. David Paterson (D-NY) — when they came to Washington to take up their official posts in the Trump White House, according to a report in Buzzfeed. The revelation came amid reports that a New York City set with a history of friendly ties to the Democratic party is gaining traction in President Donald Trump’s White House, much to the