Nikolas Jacob Cruz, The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Suspect In Florida Charged With 17 Counts Of Premeditated Murder

19-year-old St. Valentine’s Day Massacre suspect charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 15, 2018

Parkland, FL – Nikolas Jacob Cruz, 19, aka, “Nic”, an ex-student was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder for the cold blooded murder of 17 victims at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday. No bail was set for Cruz.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel reported that Cruz used an AR-15 rifle with multiple ammo mags to commit mass murder. At least 23 victims were reported injured.Cruz had been previously suspended from the school for disciplinary issues.
Cruz was known to exhibit knives and weapons on social networks. He was also a member of the Republic of Florida, a White supremacist and separatist paramilitary protofacist group.

List of deceased victims:

• Alyssa Alhadeff, 15, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Martin Duque Anguiano, 14, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Scott Beigel, 35, – teacher, Coral Springs, Florida
• Nicholas Dworet, 17, – student, Coral Springs, Florida
• Aaron Feis, 37, – Football Coach, Coral Springs, Florida
• Jaime Guttenberg, 14, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Christopher Hixen, 49, – Athletic Director, Hollywood, Florida
• Luke Hoyer, 15, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Cara Loughran, 14, – student, Coral Springs, Florida
• Gina Montalto, 14, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Joaquin Oliver, 17, – student, Coral Springs, Florida
• Alaina Petty, 14, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Meadow Pollack, 18, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Alexander Schachter, 14, – student, Coral Springs, Florida
• Carmen Shentrup, 16, – student, Parkland, Florida
• Peter Wang, 15, – student, Parkland Florida

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St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 17 Reported Dead At Marjory Douglas High School In Parkland

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Florida.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 14, 2018

Parkland, FL – Nikolas Jacob Cruz, 19, aka, “Nic”, an ex-student was arrested for the murder of 17 victims at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel reported. Cruz used an AR-15 rifle with multiple ammo mags. At least 23 victims were reported injured.Cruz had been previously suspended for disciplinary issues and was bullied by other students, according to fellow students.
Cruz was known to exhibit knives and weapons on social networks.
The FBI is investigating the deadly massacre on St. Valentine’s Day.

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Three Milwaukee County Sheriff Jailers Charged In The Homicide Of Inmate Terrill Thomas Who Died From Thirst

Thomas had his water turned off in his cell for seven days and he died from the lack of drinking water.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 14, 2018

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, Milwaukee County jail commander Major Nancy Evans, 48; Milwaukee County Sheriff Lt. Kashka Meadors, 40, and Milwaukee County Sheriff Corrections Officer James Ramsey-Guy, 38, were charged with the 2016 death of inmate Terrill Thomas, 38, who suffered from bipolar disorder was deprived of drinking water for seven days. Evans was charged with one misdemeanor count for obstructing an officer and felony count misconduct in office, she is facing up to nine years in prison on both counts; Meadors and Ramsey-Guy were each charged with one felony each for neglect of resident in a penal facility, each is facing up to three years in prison.
Thomas was arrested and booked at the Milwaukee County jail in connection with a shooting inside the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino on April 15, 2016 shooting. He was also wanted for shooting a victim earlier in the day at his mother’s property. Thomas was later found dead on his jail cell on April 24 and an autopsy indicated he had died from dehydration (lack of drinking water) and the death was ruled a homicide by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office.
A Milwaukee police investigation revealed that Evans failed to save a video showing Thomas’s water being turned off and lied to investigators in order to cover-up the intent to shut off Thomas drinking water by Meadors. Meadors ordered Ramsey-Guy to shut the water off from Thomas’s cell after Thomas used a mattress to flood the toilet. Ramsey-Guy failed to login the report of the incident and turning off the water or notify other supervisors and staff so, that they could monitor Thomas’s condition while the water was off before it led to his death. Thomas had complained that he needed drinking water, but the jail staff ignored him, according to the investigation.
Four other county corrections officials who faced charges in connection with the Thomas death were identified as corrections officers Jordon Johnson, Thomas Laine, John Weber and Dominique Smith. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm decided not to file charges against the four corrections officers.
Since the Thomas death, at least seven other deaths were reported at the Milwaukee County jail under Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. who resigned last year.

Update: Both Evans and Meadors have resigned, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.

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Immigrant Homework Survey From Bruce-Guadalupe School At UCC An Invasion of Privacy?

A Facebook post has ignited a debate whether a immigrant homework survey is an invasion of privacy.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 12, 2018

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – On Monday, a parent of an 8-year-old student at the Bruce-Guadalupe located at the United Community Center (UCC), 1028 S. 9th Street is questioning an immigrant homework survey, which is mandatory and if the student fails to turn it in, the consequence is detention. Several photos of the immigrant survey were posted by Jr Jr Jr. in his Facebook account and asked for opinions regarding the survey.
The survey requested name and three photos of the person interviewed.

Survey questions:

1. Who are you interviewing? What is their full name?

4. How did you or that person arrived in the United States? What type of transportation did they used?

5. Did they have any difficulties getting to the United States? If yes, what?

What do you think? Is it an appropriate mandatory immigrant survey to be assign to 8-year-olds for homework and the consequence of detention for failing to do it and would it be an invasion of privacy to disclose information, name and photos about an immigrant instead of withholding name?
Lastly, what happens to such disclosed information after it’s turned in and the purpose to disclose actual names and photos of those being interviewed?

The Bruce-Guadalupe Community School has a partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the United Community Center that operates a K4 – 8th grade charter school within its campus, according to their website.
At least 1,116 students attend the school and has a predominantly large margin of Latino students.

Traducción en español:

El lunes, un padre de un estudiante de 8 años en Bruce-Guadalupe ubicado en el United Community Center (UCC), 1028 S. 9th Street está cuestionando una encuesta de tareas para inmigrantes, que es obligatoria y si el estudiante no entrega la tarea en clase, la consecuencia es la detención. Varias fotos de la encuesta para inmigrantes fueron publicadas por Jr Jr Jr. en su cuenta de Facebook y pidió opiniones con respecto a la encuesta.
La encuesta solícita el nombre y tres fotos de la persona entrevistada.

Preguntas de la encuesta:

1. ¿A quién entrevista? ¿Cuál es su nombre completo?

4. ¿Cómo llegaron usted o esa persona a los Estados Unidos? ¿Qué tipo de transporte usaron?

5. ¿Tuvieron alguna dificultad para llegar a los Estados Unidos? Si es así, ¿qué?

¿Qué piensan? ¿Es la encuesta de inmigración apropiada y asignada a niños de 8 años para la tarea y la consecuencia de la detención después de clase por no hacerlo y sería una invasión a la privacidad divulgar información, nombre y fotos sobre un inmigrante en lugar de no nombrar tal persona o inmigrante?
Por último, ¿qué sucede con dicha información divulgada después de que se entregó y el propósito de revelar los nombres reales y las fotos de los entrevistados?

Bruce-Guadalupe Community School tiene una asociación con la Universidad de Wisconsin-Milwaukee y el United Community Center que opera una escuela chárter de K4 a 8 grado dentro de su campus, según su sitio web.
Al menos 1,116 estudiantes asisten a la escuela chárter y tienen un margen predominantemente grande de estudiantes latinos.

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City of Milwaukee Fined Local Residents More Than $700K For Illegal Parking During Snowfall

Milwaukee local residents were fined more than $700,000 for at least 12,500 citations for illegal parking during snowfall accumulation in 10 days.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 11, 2018

Milwaukee, WI – The City of Milwaukee received more than 9″ of snow within 10 days, parking and shoveling becomes a dilemma. On Friday, at least 4,000 vehicles got ticketed for unlawful parking during a snowfall with accumulation.
Last week within three days of snowfall, at least 8,500 tickets were issued at an estimated more than $500K, which each ticket can average between $40 to $50, with additional $5, if paid after 10 days and up to $15 after 28 days.

Photo of the César E. Chavez bronze full size statue located at the 900 block of S. César E. Chavez Dr. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Chavez full size statue remains without a name plaque, since it was erected in 2016.

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Racist DACA Cartoon Published By Albuquerque Journal Editorial Staff Draws Apology

The Albuquerque Journal editor in chief was forced to apologize after a published DACA racist cartoon drew protests and condamnation by the public and immigrant communities in New Mexico.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 10, 2018

Albuquerque, New Mexico – On Wednesday, the Albuquerque Journal published a DACA racist cartoon depicting three MS-13 characters with weapons committing an armed robbery of a White couple where the husband is telling his wife who is cursing that they rather be called DREAMers. The cartoon was created by Sean Delonas of the syndicated Cagle Cartoons website and its caption read “Now, honey…I believe they prefer to be called ‘Dreamers’…or future Democrats…” which it referred to DREAMer recipients.
The racist DACA cartoon was published in the opinion section by the the editorial staff, which actually depicts speech hate instead of an opinion. In order for an undocumented student to get accepted in the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a criminal background is done and DACA students must not have a criminal record. There are about 800,000 DREAMers in the U.S. DACA recipients contribute billions of dollars to the economy, Social Security, Medicare, Gross National Product (GNP) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
On Thursday, crowds gathered outside the Albuquerque Journal building in protest with signs saying “You crossed the line! Racist Rag.”
The racist act by the Albuquerque Journal editoral staff went viral and a backlash by the immigrant and local communities forced Kate Moses, the Editor in Chief of the paper to apologize for the racist cartoon. Moses explained that it was published to mock Trump’s devisive and hate agenda towards DREAMers, but the paper failed to show that the cartoon was actually mocking Trump when it published the cartoon. Moses stated, “…it appeared to us to be poking at President Trump’s rhetoric by portraying a quaking Republican couple who were painting Dreamers with a broad, totally false, brush.”
The publication of racist cartoon by the Albuquerque Journal came shortly after Trump and his advisors held a meeting at the White House about the MS-13 gang in the country and blamed immigration policies for the ineffectiveness to control the flow of gang members into th U.S. Trump and his advisors failed to also mention the domestic White supremacists, neo-Nazis and the KKK as terrorists and their criminal activities, which includes mass murders of Americans in the U.S.
Moses’s statement of apology:

Political cartoons are often satire and poke at more than one point of view. I do not presume to know what cartoonist Sean Delonas was trying to convey in his cartoon that was published in Wednesday’s Albuquerque Journal. But on one level it appeared to us to be poking at President Trump’s rhetoric by portraying a quaking Republican couple who were painting Dreamers with a broad, totally false, brush.
Obviously, that was not the message received by many readers. Instead, many saw an extremely objectionable cartoon and thought that was the position of the Journal. It is not.
In hindsight, instead of generating debate, this cartoon only inflamed emotions. This was not the intent, and for that, the Journal apologizes.
I repeat that the Albuquerque Journal does not condone racism or bigotry in any form.
I also want to reiterate that we do not agree with many of the opinions expressed on the editorial pages, which are intended to encourage debate. Also, the editorial board decides what to publish on these pages, and that is separate from the newsroom and its reporters.

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Se entrega a la Policia, Juan C. Mata-Chávez fue a cusado de la Muerte de Mónica Hernández en Milwaukee

Mata-Chávez se entregó a la policía de Milwaukee y está siendo procesado por la muerte de Hernández, quien murió luego de un accidente mortal en el sur de Milwaukee.

Por H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

9 de febrero de 2018

Milwaukee, WI – El jueves, Juan C. Mata-Chavez, de 27 años, buscado por dos delitos graves por la muerte de Mónica Hernández, de 43 años, el 4 de febrero, se entregó a la policía, según el Departamento de Policía de Milwaukee. Mata-Chávez fue acusado de dos cargos de felonía que incluyen atropello con un vehículo y huida que lo implican por la muerte de una mujer de 43 años y en adicional por conducir un vehículo cuando tenía su licencia de manejar revocada causándo una muerte por el accidente mortal ocurrido el 4 de febrero de Hernández y causando lesiones a su hijo de 13 años, Jonathan. Si es declarado culpable, Mata-Chavez enfrenta 25 años de prisión y hasta $100,000 en multas por el cargo de golpe y fuga, también enfrenta hasta 6 años y $10,000 en multas por conducir mientras su licencia estaba de revocación. Según la denuncia penal, Mata-Chávez llamó a su hermana después del accidente mortal y le dijo que denunciara Ram como robada a punta de pistola. Ella informó a la policía una media hora después del accidente que le robaron la Ram, pero cuando fue interrogada por la policía, admitió que había mentido por su hermano y lo identificó como la persona que llevaba la gorra en el videovigilancia. El médico forense del condado de Milwaukee informó que Hernández murió a causa de una hemorragia interna que incluía daños en el hígado causados ​​por un trauma de fuerza contundente, que también sufrió a causa de dos piernas rotas. Ella aparentemente murió durante el procedimiento operativo para salvar su vida.
La policía dice que dos pasajeros en el Ram se entregaron a la policía también incluyendo una mujer de 23 años de edad.
El domingo pasado, la policía de Milwaukee después de las 11:05 a.m. respondió a un choque de dos vehículos que resultó en daños adicionales a tres vehículos estacionados en la cuadra 1500 de W. Lincoln Ave. Una camioneta Ram estaba acelerando hacia el este en W. Lincoln Ave. cuando perdió el control en la calle con nueve y giró de costado bloqueando el Toyota Corolla que se dirigía hacia el oeste y se estrelló contra la Ram.
El restaurante La Canoa ubicado en el mismo bloque grabó el accidente con una cámara de vigilancia afuera y fue publicado en Facebook por Valeria Estefanía. Tres hombres sospechosos y una mujer que viajaban en la Ram huyeron de la escena y también fueron grabados en video huyendo a través de un callejón ubicado en el lado del restaurante.
Mata-Chavez, uno de los sospechosos con gorra, sacó una pistola y la apuntó a los testigos que intentaron evitar que abandonaran la escena del accidente.
Hernández, que conducía el Toyota Corolla que se estrelló con impacto con la Ram falleció en un hospital local y su hijo de 13 años, Jonathan, que era el pasajero, sobrevivio con heridas en un brazo.

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