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‘The horrific rape on moving @septa train… has now become a national shame as the world now reads the shocking details that witnesses watched & even recorded the attack instead or helping victim or even calling to report it’
Fauci Says Cops Should Take The Shot While Thousands of Unvaccinated COVID Positive Illegals Not A Problem
Fauci Encourages Police To Get COVID-19 Vaccine Amid Chicago Union Opposition Against Mandate
Biden’s vaccination mandate doesn’t include illegal immigrants
Thousands of COVID-positive migrants pass through Texas border
Arizona sheriff calls on Fauci to address risk from Biden administration’s lack of coronavirus testing for border migrants.
18 percent of migrant families leaving Border Patrol custody tested positive fir COVID
Buses leaving Texas border town packed with illegal migrants
Illegal Aliens are Being Flown to Cities Across the U.S …
Fauci Has Now Decided Vaccinated Americans Will Be Allowed To Gather With Family During Holidays
Fauci says kids can enjoy trick-or-treating this Halloween
Fauci: You Know, It’s Just Too Early to Say Whether Americans Should Gather for Christmas This Year
Fauci says vaccinated Americans can enjoy holiday gatherings together
Fauci: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas gatherings safe for vaccinated people
Outdoor transmission accounts for 0.1% of State’s Covid-19 cases
CDC Admits That It Miscalculated The Risk Of Outdoor Covid Transmission
NBC fact-checks Fauci’s fear that college football games would be COVID superspreaders: ‘Never Happened’
‘Qualified immunity: Supreme Court sides with police, overturns denial of immunity in two cases’
There were no dissents from any justice in either case.
Qualified immunity: Supreme Court sides with police, overturns denial of immunity in two cases
YAHOO!News|3 hours ago The cases came to the Supreme Court as the nation continues to grapple with questions about use of force by police and legal protections for officers.
‘Chicago is restricting cops from taking time off as the city prepares to ax up to half of its 13,000 officers who are yet to declare their Covid-19 vaccination status.’
On Friday evening, a judge granted the city’s request for a temporary injunction barring Catanzara from making any public comments that encourage FOP members to disobey the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate until the next hearing on the city’s lawsuit on October 25.
Chicago restricts cops from taking time off as department threatens to ax up to HALF of its 13,000 officers who are yet to declare their vaccination status
- CPD officers were given until Friday to disclose their Covid-19 vaccine status
- Unvaccinated Chicago cops face being terminated under city’s vaccine mandate
- This could result in up to half of the city’s 13,000 cops being axed by the city
- As a result, a memo was sent out on Saturday saying time off will be restricted
Chicago is restricting cops from taking time off as the city prepares to ax up to half of its 13,000 officers who are yet to declare their Covid-19 vaccination status.
In a memo issued by the city’s police department a day after officers were required to disclose their vaccine status, officers were informed elective time off will be restricted, according to WLS.
‘Until further notice, the use of elective time by sworn CPD members is restricted,’ the memo obtained by the local network said.
Chicago Mayor Gets A Haircut At A Time She Is Having People Arrested For Not Following Lockdown Orders
Chicago’s mayor refuses to give interviews to white reporters
Chicago Mayor’s New Policy Makes Cops Request Permission Before Chasing Suspects
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot claims ‘99% of her critics are racist and sexist
‘I have no words for it’: Black Man Arrested For Raping A Woman On A SEPTA Train While Riders ‘just watched and did not call 911’
Steve Keeley@KeeleyFox29· Law Enforcement source tells FOX 29 News victim “showing incredible strength after what she went through that initially likely had put her into shock”Accused rapist,Fiston Ngoy,33,Philadelphia,who list address at Broad Street Ministries unable to make 10% $180k bail @FOX29philly
Steve Keeley@KeeleyFox29· Upper Darby Police now in charge of investigation tell FOX29 News detectives now also looking to find person who posted video of the rape on social media @FOX29philly
Philadelphia man, 35, is arrested after ‘raping’ a woman on a SEPTA train while riders ‘just watched and did not call 911’: Staff had to intervene and take man into custody
- Surveillance cameras caught Fiston Ngoy, 35, sexually assaulting a woman aboard a Pennsylvania train as other riders did nothing to help the victim
- Police said it was a ultimately a train employee who made the call to 911, with officers arriving quickly to arrest Ngoy on the spot
- ‘I have no words for it,’ said Upper Darby Police Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt, who called passenger’s lack of action ‘disturbing’
- The victim was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries she suffered
A 35-year-old man was arrested for raping a woman on board a public train in northeast Philadelphia as other riders watched and did nothing to help the victim, police said.
Police identified Fiston Ngoy, of Philadelphia, through surveillance footage that caught him sexually assaulting a woman Wednesday night aboard a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) train towards the town of Upper Darby.
Upper Darby Police Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt said that while there were other people on the train, it was ultimately a SEPTA employee who made the call to 911, which allowed officers to arrest Ngoy on the spot.
The City Council of Philadelphia Passes Bill to Allow Black People to Commit Minor Traffic Offenses With Impunity
Philly becomes first major US city to end pulling drivers over for minor traffic offenses – a tactic which opponents say disproportionately affects black people
Daily Mail|2 days ago Philadelphia became the first major city to ban police traffic stops of low-level motor vehicle offenses on Thursday, a tactic which critics claim disproportionately affects black people.
Philadelphia passes another bill that helps criminals commit crime
Washington Examiner on MSN.com|3 hours ago The City Council of Philadelphia passed a bill on Thursday to prevent police from pulling over drivers who are committing minor traffic violations, such as driving without an inspection sticker, driving with a broken brake light,
Philly could set new records for homicides in 2021 – WHYY
Philadelphia Surpasses 300 Homicides So Far In 2021 As …
Philadelphia surges past 400 homicides for 2021.
Soros-backed Philadelphia DA sees homicides hit record levels
Steve Keeley@KeeleyFox29· The 52nd female homicide victim this year in Philadelphia. Kimberly Johnson,50, was among the 3 weekend murder victims. More women&girls murdered in 2021 than any year ever before @PhillyPolice tell FOX29 News @FOX29philly