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Liberty Newspost July-23-2012

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Curated News Editionhttp://www.LibertyNewspost.com- 23/07/12
Submitted at 7/22/2012 10:43:00 PM
Image from twitter.com@EdJoyceWitnesses to the fatal policeshooting of an unarmed man inAnaheim, California say officersoffered to buy up cell phonefootage of the brutality thatfollowed. The circumstances of the shooting are currently underinvestigation.A few hours after shooting 24-year-old Manuel Diaz as he ranfrom police at around 4pmSaturday, officers unleashedrubber bullets and an attack dogon a crowd of witnesses – most of them women and children – whoconfronted police over theincident as they gatheredevidence.Diaz later died in hospital.Officials have yet to comment onwhat may have caused one of theofficers to open fire.The incident has resonatedthrough the community, withdemonstrations Sunday outside –and briefly inside – the AnaheimPolice headquarters, as PoliceChief John Welter prepared for apress-only news conferenceregarding the assault.Demonstrators chanted "no justice, no peace" and "cops, pigs,murderers" as officers stood by.And now that the story hasgained national attention, theAnaheim PD claims the crowd of witnesses became unrulyfollowing the shooting, allegingthat they set a fire at anintersection in the neighborhood,while others threw bottles androcks at officers.However, a newsvideo posted toYouTubeshows local CBSaffiliate footage of what appearsto be police storming a block filled mostly with women andchildren, many of them sitting inlawn chairs – with no fire in sight.Local CBS reporter Jay Jacksonconfirms in the report that byshortly before 10pm Saturday,there was in fact a dumpster firein the neighborhood after localresidents formed a small protest,demanding answers from police.The Associated Press also nowreports that dumpster fires werestarted on at least three occasions.In the YouTube video, police areclearly seen firing rubber bulletson a crowd of horrified womenand children. Shortly thereafter aGerman Shepherd enters view,attacking a woman and her childand then a man sitting next tothem.Towards the end of the video,Jackson says that "at least four"people present during the fracastold him that officers on the sceneoffered to "buy" cell phone videofootage of the incident fromwitnesses.Anaheim police officials arerefraining from commenting onthe circumstances of the attack orits aftermath, as the incident isstill under investigation.The officer who shot Diaz hasbeen put on desk duty.This entry passed through theFull-Text RSSservice — if this isyour content and you're reading iton someone else's site, please readthe FAQ atfivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers.FiveFiltersrecommends:IncineratingAssange - The Liberal Media GoTo Work .
Submitted at 7/23/2012 1:33:18 AM
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Submitted at 7/23/2012 1:19:20 AM
Mon Jul 23, 2012 10:29am IST* "...out of this darkness a brighterday..."-Obama* Town gathers for memorialservice* Suspect to appear in courtMonday, motive remains unclear* Gun control debate drivesSunday talk shows (Recasts firstparagraph)By Mary Slosson and ChrisFrancescaniAURORA, Colo., July 22(Reuters) - President Barack Obama met with friends andfamily of the Colorado movietheater shooting victims onSunday as the town of Auroramourned the 12 who died.Obama joined local officials andresidents in refusing to utter thename of the alleged shooter,James Eagan Holmes.Police say Holmes, 24, wasdressed in body armor and totingthree guns when he opened fire ata midnight screening of the newBatman movie. Fifty-eight peoplewere injured in the shooting.Holmes, who was apprehendedmoments after the massacre, is tomake his first court appearance onMonday."I refuse to say his name. In myhouse we're just going to call himSuspect A," Colorado GovernorJohn Hickenlooper told acommunity memorial service atthe municipal center in Aurora,Colorado, a Denver suburb of 325,000 people.He captured a spirit of defiancein the blue-collar city that saw oneof the most innocent of Americanpastimes turn into a horror show.Obama met with families at theUniversity of Colorado Hospital.In a televised address afterward,he focused on the bravery of ayoung woman, Stephanie Davies,who saved her friend Allie Youngby putting pressure on a gushingneck wound with one hand whilecalling for help on her cellphonewith the other."They assure us that out of thisdarkness a brighter day is going tocome," Obama said. "Althoughthe perpetrator of this evil act hasreceived a lot of attention over thelast couple of days, that attentionwill fade away. And in the end,after he has felt the full force of our justice system, what will beremembered are the good peoplewho were impacted by thistragedy."Among the thousands of peoplespread across the lawn at thememorial were two-dozen friendsof victim Micayla Medek, 23, allclad in bright shades of pink, herfavorite color.Henry Miranda, 23, was sittingwith 'Cayla' when she was shot,and declined to talk about thenight."Today is not about 'Why?'"Miranda said. "It's aboutcelebrating the love she broughtinto all of our lives."Across the city, residentsmourned. A dozen crosses withnames of the dead now stand on asmall hill across the street fromthe movie theater. Flowers havebeen placed in front of all thecrosses and a giant teddy bear wasplaced next to one with the nameof the youngest killed, 6-year-oldVeronica Moser-Sullivan.A sign reading "7/20 gone notforgotten" was surrounded byballoons, flowers, American flags,Air Force hats and flags, anddozens of hand-written notes.The spray of bullets in the theatertook the lives of victims rangingfrom the 6-year-old girl to a 51-year-old man. Many of thewounded are still in the hospital.Iraq war veteran Christina Blachesaid she thought the shots werepart of the show. But she was hit,and a friend who was celebratinghis 27th birthday died. "Whoexpects to be shot in a movietheater? None of us did," she toldCNN."CALCULATION ANDDELIBERATION"Josh Nowlan, also an Iraq warveteran, said he watched theshooter pick off victims - but thenhis rifle jammed. "If that gun didnot jam, I am full certain I wouldnot be here," he told CNN.Holmes and his motivesremained largely a mystery onSunday, with his past associatessaying he displayed no hints of amental illness or violenttendencies. Holmes was untilrecently enrolled in a prestigiousgraduate program in neuroscience,and people who knew himstruggled to comprehend theshooting."It's absurd. It's so out of characterfor this young man," said JerryBorgie, senior pastor atPenasquitos Lutheran Church inSan Diego, where the Holmesfamily worshipped.Police said they had finishedcollecting evidence fromHolmes's apartment, which wasbooby trapped with trip wires andexplosives. While residents of nearby buildings were able toreturn home Saturday after policepainstakingly dismantled theexplosives, the three-storybuilding where Holmes livedremained evacuated due tochemical hazards.Aurora Police Chief Dan Oatessaid the shooting was the productof months of "calculation anddeliberation," with Holmesreceiving a "high volume" of deliveries at work and home.Area shooting range owner GlennRotkovich, 65, was among thefew who found Holmessuspicious. Rotkovich said hereceived an emailed membershipapplication from Holmes about amonth ago and heard a "bizarre,freakish message" when he calledto contact Holmes."It was a very deep voice, aguttural rambling," Rotkovich,owner of the Lead Valley Range,told Reuters. "I couldn'tunderstand it. I didn't try andunderstand it. That was all Ineeded to know."Hickenlooper, speaking on NBCtelevision's "Meet the Press"program, said there were still noclues as to the motive for theshooting. But he said Holmes was"a twisted, really delusionalindividual" who had not beencooperating with authorities."DIABOLIC, DEMONIC""He was diabolical, demonic,"Hickenlooper said.On Saturday afternoon, the localcoroner's officer released thenames of the 12 people killed,including an aspiring femalesportscaster who had barelyescaped a shooting in a Torontomall earlier this summer.Those who witnessed theshooting told of a nightmarishscene, with dazed victimsbleeding from bullet wounds,
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Submitted at 7/23/2012 1:05:13 AM
ByMary SlossonandChris FrancescaniAURORA, Colo.| Mon Jul 23,2012 2:05am EDT(Reuters) - President Barack Obama met with friends andfamily of the Colorado movietheater shooting victims onSunday as the town of Auroramourned the 12 who died.Obama joined local officials andresidents in refusing to utter thename of the alleged shooter,James Eagan Holmes.Police say Holmes, 24, wasdressed in body armor and totingthree guns when he opened fire ata midnight screening of the newBatman movie. Fifty-eight peoplewere injured in the shooting.Holmes, who was apprehendedmoments after the massacre, is tomake his first court appearance onMonday."I refuse to say his name. In myhouse we're just going to call himSuspect A," Colorado GovernorJohn Hickenlooper told acommunity memorial service atthe municipal center in Aurora,Colorado, a Denver suburb of 325,000 people.He captured a spirit of defiancein the blue-collar city that saw oneof the most innocent of Americanpastimes turn into a horror show.Obama met with families at theUniversity of Colorado Hospital.In a televised address afterward,he focused on the bravery of ayoung woman, Stephanie Davies,who saved her friend Allie Youngby putting pressure on a gushingneck wound with one hand whilecalling for help on her cellphonewith the other."They assure us that out of thisdarkness a brighter day is going tocome," Obama said. "Althoughthe perpetrator of this evil act hasreceived a lot of attention over thelast couple of days, that attentionwill fade away. And in the end,after he has felt the full force of our justice system, what will beremembered are the good peoplewho were impacted by thistragedy."Among the thousands of peoplespread across the lawn at thememorial were two-dozen friendsof victim Micayla Medek, 23, allclad in bright shades of pink, herfavorite color.Henry Miranda, 23, was sittingwith 'Cayla' when she was shot,and declined to talk about thenight."Today is not about 'Why?'"Miranda said. "It's aboutcelebrating the love she broughtinto all of our lives."Across the city, residentsmourned. A dozen crosses withnames of the dead now stand on asmall hill across the street fromthe movie theater. Flowers havebeen placed in front of all thecrosses and a giant teddy bear wasplaced next to one with the nameof the youngest killed, 6-year-oldVeronica Moser-Sullivan.A sign reading "7/20 gone notforgotten" was surrounded byballoons, flowers, American flags,Air Force hats and flags, anddozens of hand-written notes.The spray of bullets in the theatertook the lives of victims rangingfrom the 6-year-old girl to a 51-year-old man. Many of thewounded are still in the hospital.Iraq war veteran Christina Blachesaid she thought the shots werepart of the show. But she was hit,and a friend who was celebratinghis 27th birthday died. "Whoexpects to be shot in a movietheater? None of us did," she toldCNN."CALCULATION ANDDELIBERATION"Josh Nowlan, also an Iraq warveteran, said he watched theshooter pick off victims - but thenhis rifle jammed. "If that gun didnot jam, I am full certain I wouldnot be here," he told CNN.Holmes and his motivesremained largely a mystery onSunday, with his past associatessaying he displayed no hints of amental illness or violenttendencies. Holmes was untilrecently enrolled in a prestigiousgraduate program in neuroscience,and people who knew himstruggled to comprehend theshooting."It's absurd. It's so out of characterfor this young man," said JerryBorgie, senior pastor atPenasquitos Lutheran Church inSan Diego, where the Holmesfamily worshipped.Police said they had finishedcollecting evidence fromHolmes's apartment, which wasbooby trapped with trip wires andexplosives. While residents of nearby buildings were able toreturn home Saturday after policepainstakingly dismantled theexplosives, the three-storybuilding where Holmes livedremained evacuated due tochemical hazards.Aurora Police Chief Dan Oatessaid the shooting was the productof months of "calculation anddeliberation," with Holmesreceiving a "high volume" of deliveries at work and home.Area shooting range owner GlennRotkovich, 65, was among thefew who found Holmessuspicious. Rotkovich said hereceived an emailed membershipapplication from Holmes about amonth ago and heard a "bizarre,freakish message" when he calledto contact Holmes."It was a very deep voice, aguttural rambling," Rotkovich,owner of the Lead Valley Range,told Reuters. "I couldn'tunderstand it. I didn't try andunderstand it. That was all Ineeded to know."Hickenlooper, speaking on NBCtelevision's "Meet the Press"program, said there were still noclues as to the motive for theshooting. But he said Holmes was"a twisted, really delusionalindividual" who had not beencooperating with authorities."DIABOLIC, DEMONIC""He was diabolical, demonic,"Hickenlooper said.On Saturday afternoon, the localcoroner's office released thenames of the 12 people killed,including an aspiring femalesportscaster who had barelyescaped a shooting in a Torontomall earlier this summer.Those who witnessed theshooting told of a nightmarishscene, with dazed victimsbleeding from bullet wounds,spitting up blood and crying forhelp.For many, it evoked memories of the 1999 massacre at ColumbineHigh School in Littleton, 17 milesfrom Aurora, where two studentsopened fire and killed 12 studentsand a teacher.The incident has also
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