Category Archives: Crime

May 22, 2022

The Truth About Rising Crime in America, with Victor Davis Hanson (Video)

Megyn Kelly is joined by Victor Davis Hanson, author of The Dying Citizen, the effect that “defund the police” and soft-on-crime prosecutors have on communities, the data in regarding crime rates, and more.

May 16, 2022

Why Los Angeles Is Not Safe Anymore | Dennis Zine (Video)

Crime is continuing to rise in Los Angeles, which leaves us wondering what could be the cause? My guest today is Dennis Zine, former Police officer and former city council member of Los Angeles. Today he will discuss why the city hall’s approach is impacting the rise in crime.

May 12, 2022

HVAC Company Refuses to Take Downtown Jobs, Citing ‘Needles, Human Feces, Vans Getting Broken Into’

Exorbitant costs of housing combined with generous privileges for the ‘unhoused’ have created a homeless crisis in Denver, resembling the urban decay that states such as California have become known for.

Can you believe it’s come to this?

A Colorado heating and air conditioning company is now refusing to provide service to businesses in downtown Denver, Colorado, citing dangerous conditions in the area.

Tony Cirbo, operations manager for AC Mechanical and Engineering, explained why his business would no longer service the area in an interview with KCNC-TV.

“We made a decision as a company not to do any work downtown almost two years ago,” explained Cirbo in a recent email to a customer.

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May 7, 2022

Report: Chinese Hackers Stole Trillions in Intellectual Property from Multinational Companies

Boston-based security firm Cybereason released a report Wednesday which chronicled a “massive Chinese intellectual property theft operation” dubbed “Operation CuckooBees.”

The operation involved Chinese hackers stealing hundreds of gigabytes of high-tech intellectual property from some 30 multinational corporations, including military technology and pharmaceutical data.

Cybereason said its Nocturnus Incident Response Team discovered the hacker campaign when it was hired to “investigate multiple intrusions targeting technology and manufacturing companies in North America, Europe, and Asia” in 2021.

The team uncovered an “elusive and sophisticated cyber espionage campaign operating undetected since at least 2019,” most likely perpetrated by an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group called Winnti.

“Winnti, also known as APT 41, BARIUM, and Blackfly, is a Chinese state-sponsored APT group known for its stealth, sophistication, and focus on stealing technology secrets,” the report explained.

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May 2, 2022

NYC grocery chain CEO ‘mad as hell’ at this ‘attack’ (Video)

CEO of Manhattan grocery chain Gristedes John Catsimatidis argues soft-on-crime policies attack the way New York City does business.

April 22, 2022

Tucker: Something really dark is going on (Video)

WARNING—Graphic footage: Fox News host voices his concerns over the crime spike on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

April 21, 2022

WATCH IT: Steve Gregory’s Despicable Metro Video

Steve Gregory from KFI News was able to get a montage of extremely violent surveillance footage that occurred on LA Metro transit units in 2021.

BEWARE, this video contains graphic violence and sexual assault.

Steve talked to John & Ken today about how he received this footage and law enforcement’s reaction to it.

If you know anyone who takes LA Metro, please share this with them and advise them to get a car.

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April 14, 2022

17 gangs have dispatched crews to rob the wealthiest people in L.A., police say

Gangs including the Bloods and Crips are involved, Tippet said.

Police have learned that 17 gangs have honed in on the wealthiest residents of the Los Angeles area by robbing them after they leave venues catering to the rich and famous.

Police said the robberies are often carried out by crews working from multiple vehicles and that the high-end handbags, watches and other items are then sold regionally on a thriving black market, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Violence towards victims is becoming a hallmark of the crimes, said Capt. Jonathan Tippet, who leads a Los Angeles Police Department task force formed as the number of high-end violent robberies began to spike.

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April 2, 2022

Justice Department Announces Superseding Indictment Charging 12 in Gun-Running Conspiracy to Supply Firearms to Gang Members in Chicago

More Than 90 Firearms Illegally Sent from Kentucky and Tennessee to Streets of Chicago

A 21-count superseding indictment unsealed Wednesday charges 12 individuals with conspiring to violate federal firearms statutes, including engaging in the business of dealing in firearms without a license; transporting and receiving firearms into another state; making false statements to a federally licensed firearm dealer; conspiring to possess firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking crimes and to use and carry firearms in relation to crimes of violence; and conspiring to commit money laundering, as well as other related substantive offenses. 

“The Justice Department recognizes that fighting violent crime requires approaches tailored to the needs of individual communities,” said Attorney General Merrick B. Garland. “But gun violence can be a problem that is too big for any one community, any one city, or any one agency to solve. That is why our approach to disrupting gun violence and keeping guns out of the hands of criminals rests on the kind of coordination you see here today.”

Wednesday morning, agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF), IRS-Criminal Investigation (CI) and officers from the Chicago Police Department and the Davenport, Iowa, Police Department began arresting those charged in the indictment. As of this morning, six of those charged are in custody and the remaining defendants are currently being sought by law enforcement. 

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March 26, 2022

Suspect allegedly killed 2 PA troopers in crash after they stopped her for speeding minutes earlier

Jayana Tanae Webb denied bail, ordered held pending April 5 hearing

The woman accused of killing two Pennsylvania state troopers and a third man in a crash on Interstate 95 Monday was pulled over for speeding minutes before the crash, sources say. 

Those sources say Jayana Tanae Webb was stopped by the same troopers she is accused of killing minutes later, FOX 29 Philadelphia reports. 

Troopers Branden T. Sisca, 29, and Martin F. Mack III, 33, pulled over Webb’s 2014 Chevrolet Captiva on I-95 after midnight, but sources say the stop was brief because troopers received a “priority call” for a man walking on the southbound lanes of the highway bear the Broad Street exit.

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