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Published on Jul 7, 2016

10 officers have been shot by two snipers, leaving three officers dead and two in surgery, according to the Dallas police chief, KDFW reported. The shooting broke out during peaceful protests in downtown Dallas. There is an active shooter situation.
Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown added that the shots came from two snipers.

Three of the officers are reported to be in critical condition.
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10 police officers shot, 3 killed at Dallas #BlackLivesMatter rally, sniper reported

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Published on Jun 2, 2016

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THE BUTCHERS OF KENYA STRIKE MR PARKINSON OF THE LEWA WILDLIFE CONS.

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Nairobi: A former British Army officer who helped run the Kenyan game reserve at which the Prince William and Kate Middleton became engaged has been killed by a machete-wielding gang.

Lieutenant Colonel David Parkinson, 58, and his wife, Sonya, who have two daughters, were attacked by a gang of armed men at their ranch as they slept in the early hours of on Sunday morning.

The hooded gunmen tied up Mrs Parkinson but she managed to escape during the struggle and lock herself in a storeroom, only to return to find her -husband’s lifeless body.

Mr Parkinson, who received an OBE in 1998, was the deputy director of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for five years from 2003.

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The Duke of Cambridge fell in love with the reserve after spending part of his gap year there, describing it as one of the “happiest times” of his life.

He whisked the then Kate Middleton to the 62,000-acre sanctuary for a romantic holiday in 2005, before returning with her to propose in 2010.

The couple are good friends with the estate’s owner, Ian Craig, and the Duke was once said to have dated his daughter, Jecca, with whom he remains close.

A Kensington Palace spokesman confirmed that the Duke had met Lt Col Parkinson during his travels and said he was “saddened by his death”.

The Parkinsons’ daughters, Renate, 20, and Anna, 23, both live in Sussex, where they grew up.

Eoghan McHugh, Renate’s boyfriend, speaking from the family home in Hassocks, West Sussex, declined to comment, but said: “You can appreciate the gravity of the situation.”

Lt Col Parkinson served with the Parachute Regiment for 30 years, and was chief instructor at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in the early 1990s.

He retired in 2003 and had recently been working as the manager of Lolldaiga Hills, a 49,000-acre cattle ranch and conservancy in the foothills of Mount Kenya, more than 125 miles from the capital, Nairobi. He was well known for his commitment to conservation and community development.

The region’s tight-knit expatriate community was said to be deeply shaken by the news, describing Lt Col Parkinson as very popular and likable.

Anthony Mutahi Kimaru, a local MP, told The Daily Telegraph: “We are devastated by the incident. I knew him personally and he was developing very important community programmes.”

Police said the assailants demanded valuables before attacking the couple.

A laptop, phone and some ornaments were reportedly missing, although friends said that little of value had been stolen.

A suspect was arrested from a nearby village following a police search with sniffer dogs.

The British Army has a training support base in the town of Nanyuki, which Lt Col Parkinson had commanded.

Telegraph, UK

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THE SORRY SIGHT OF BEING BLACK, MUSLIM, ISLAMIC IN LONDON

Adebolajo, 28, is the son of devout Christian Nigerian immigrants, Anthony and Ibitoye Adebolajo, who settled in Romford, east London, where Michael and his three siblings were born.

Adebolajo went to the local Marshalls Park School and Havering Sixth Form College, where he first became interested in Islam at the age of 16 or 17.

One school friend said: “His parents were extremely strict. They were really devout Christians. They did not let Michael or his brother and sister do anything when they were younger.

“Michael was into his football and was a Spurs supporter. All his friends were white. He was just a normal lad but as he got older he started to go off the rails.

“He was really intelligent and his parents were desperate for him to do well at school but then he got into smoking weed and also started dealing.”

It emerged last night that one of his best friends at school was Kirk Redpath, who later joined the Irish Guards where he was a drummer before being killed in Iraq in 2007

Another classmate said that Adebolajo, known as “Narn”, and his younger brother Jeremiah, known as “Jell”, “changed quite dramatically” after becoming involved with drugs, “then he started holding knives up to people’s throats, getting their phones etcetera. He’d show us the phones he’d stolen.”

But “when he was about 17 he just locked himself in this room with this bloke for a few hours and when he came out he was a Muslim convert. He was spouting all sorts of stuff and said he had changed his name”.

Omar Bakri Mohammed, the “Tottenham Ayatollah” who was thrown out of Britain when he was the leader of the now banned extremist group Al-Muhajiroun, last night said that he had converted Adebolajo to Islam.

Among those led away in handcuffs that day, still arguing that he was within his rights to urge people to “behead those who insult Islam”, was Michael “Mujahid” Adebolajo. Seven years on, Adebolajo, a British-born Muslim convert, is suspected of having answered the call to arms as one of two men who butchered Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich.

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The attack on the soldier, following which Adebolajo talked of an “eye for an eye” as his hands dripped with blood, came seemingly from nowhere, but The Daily Telegraph has established that the killer had in fact been well known to the police and MI5 for years. Far from being a so-called “cleanskin”, Adebolajo was a known extremist with an open MI5 file who was in plain sight all along. He preached hatred on the streets of Woolwich, where he was a familiar face to many, and turned up at volatile protests all over London.

The violent murder of Drummer Rigby was the culmination of a 12-year period of radicalisation for Adebolajo, a former Christian, which began when he was a teenager and involved several run-ins with the police, including a prison sentence for assault.

Speaking from Beirut, where he lives in exile, he said: “We used to have a stall on the street in London were we would talk about the meaning of life with passers-by. He stopped to speak with us and we invited him to Islam.

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“Because he is a convert I can still remember him. At that time there were a lot of conflicts around the world, and in Iraq and in Afghanistan especially. We talked to him about these and he sympathised with the Muslim people, it seemed. He was in his 20s, a quiet boy who didn’t ask many questions. He used to come to our open talks and speeches.”

His parents tried to keep him out of trouble by moving away from Romford into a smart detached house in Saxilby, near Lincoln, in the very heart of middle England. His father got a job as an NHS mental health nurse at the Stapleton Road Resource Centre near Doncaster, where he also represents the Royal College of Nursing as its equality officer.

His mother is understood to have had jobs as a teacher and within the NHS. But the move was too late to turn Adebolajo away from radical Islam. He moved back to London, studying at Greenwich University, where he started using the name Mujahid, or fighter for Islam.

Anjem Choudary, who took over the leadership of Al-Muhajiroun, said: “He was interested in Islam, in memorising the Koran. He disappeared about two years ago. I don’t know what influences he has been under since then.”

Choudary confirmed that Adebolajo was arrested outside the Old Bailey during the violent protest in 2006.

Inside the court on the day, Mizanur Rahman was being tried for soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred during a protest against the publication of a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed by a Danish newspaper.

Adebolajo was among a group of 50 Muslims, many wearing scarves over their faces, who were attempting to interfere with the proceedings with a protest.

In 2007 he was filmed by the BBC protesting outside Paddington Green police station following the arrest of another fanatic. He is seen holding a placard which complains of a “Crusade Against Muslims”. In 2008, he was charged with assault over a separate incident and spent time in jail.

He also appears to have influenced his sister Christiana, who also converted to Islam and now lives in Chorley, Lancs.

In the past two years he had reportedly enrolled on a business course at Barking College, living in a flat in Romford and spending much of his time preaching hatred on the streets and urging others to fight in Syria and Afghanistan.

In recent weeks he had been a regular presence in Woolwich, preaching outside shops a short walk away from where Drummer Rigby was murdered.

Mayur Patel, 29, a local, said: “For the last three weeks he had been walking up and down the main street shouting and preaching. It was an obvious sign there was a mad man walking around.”

A 51-year-old who gave his name as Tom said: “I saw him on his own outside the pound shop last week shouting about jihad. He was aggressive, trying to draw people’s attention to him.”

Yesterday police searched five addresses in London linked to the suspected killers and the Adebolajo family home in Lincolnshire. A 29-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder, but police did not give details of their relationships to the two suspected killers.

Members of Adebolajo’s family were either taken from their homes by police or left of their own accord yesterday. His sister Blessing, 32, was taken away from her home in Romford, which she is thought to have shared with Adebolajo, before a police search team moved in.

The second suspect in the Woolwich murder was known for handing out radical leaflets and a woman believed to be his girlfriend had recently converted to Islam.

Other details known about the man are that he is 22 and that he frequented the area of south-east London where Wednesday’s atrocity took place.

The Daily Telegraph, London

JOSEPH KONY WAR CRIMINAL WANTED BY AMERICAN ARMY

NAIROBI: Ugandan and American troops have suspended their joint hunt for war crimes suspect Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army, delivering a major setback to efforts to capture a notorious warlord accused of abducting tens of thousands of children.

The Ugandan military and the US State Department separately announced on Wednesday that they had temporarily halted the search because of political turmoil in the Central African Republic, where Kony and his deputies are thought to be hiding.

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Rebel groups unaffiliated with Kony seized power in the Central African Republic last week, forcing President Francois Bozize — who had been friendly with Washington — to flee the country.

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Children wounded during an ambush by members of the Lord’s Resistance Army in northern Uganda in 2006. Photo: Reuters

Colonel Felix Kulayigye, a Ugandan army spokesman, told reporters that the hunt for Kony would remain on hold “until further notice” because rebel leaders in the Central African Republic were refusing to co-operate with Ugandan troops stationed in the country.

Shortly afterward, State Department officials in Washington said the US military would likewise “pause” its operations in the Central African Republic. A Pentagon spokesman said that about 40 US Special Forces troops are deployed in the country, where they are advising and training about 3000 African troops — mainly Ugandans — looking for Kony in the jungle.

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President Obama deployed about 100 US Special Forces troops to Africa in October 2011 to co-ordinate a regional effort to track Kony, a brutal and messianic Ugandan guerrilla leader who has been on the run for a quarter-century.

The US military said it will not withdraw its troops from the Central African Republic for now in hopes that a political solution can be reached soon so the search for Kony can resume. Meanwhile, the 40 US Special Forces troops will remain at two camps deep in the bush, near the towns of Obo and Djema.

The rest of the 60 US troops are stationed in Uganda, South Sudan and Congo, where they will continue normal operations, said Major Robert Firman, a Pentagon spokesman.

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Kony and most of his deputies are thought to be hiding in the Central African Republic, but they regularly cross borders and are well-practised at disappearing into the bush. They long ago stopped using radios and mobile phones to avoid leaving an electronic trail, frustrating US efforts to track them with satellites and surveillance aircraft.

The suspension of the search overshadowed a previously planned announcement by the State Department to offer $US5 million in rewards for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Kony or two other LRA leaders, Okot Odhiambo and Dominic Ongwen.

Donald Y. Yamamoto, the State Department’s acting top diplomat for African affairs, said the US government “remains very committed” to defeating the LRA. “Even though we’ve taken a pause because of the developments” in the Central African Republic, he told reporters, “we’re going to use all facilities and all technology at our hands to try to find and locate Kony and his crew.”

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Kony created the Lord’s Resistance Army in the 1980s to overthrow Uganda’s government. The militia left Uganda several years ago but continued to terrorise villagers in central Africa across a swathe of terrain the size of California, kidnapping children and transforming them into killers and sex slaves.

Over the past two years, the militia has significantly weakened, numbering no more than a few hundred fighters, according to UN officials and analysts. High-profile defections have fragmented the group, which now stages assaults mostly for food and supplies.

But Wednesday’s announcement has raised fears among international human rights groups that Kony and the LRA could regroup and reignite their campaign of brutality.

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“A premature withdrawal would have devastating and immediate consequences for civilians in LRA-affected areas,” said Ben Keesey, head of Invisible Children, an activist group that prominently raised public awareness about the LRA’s atrocities last year. “It gives Kony a new lease on life, enabling him to regain power by initiating new rounds of abductions in communities that will be left totally unprotected and vulnerable to LRA attacks.”

The Ugandan military also is not planning to remove its soldiers from the Central African Republic, Kulayigye said, but it will confine them to their bases until the African Union clarifies their status. The African Union has suspended the membership of the Central African Republic and imposed travel restrictions on the rebels who have appointed themselves leaders of the country.

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Kulayigye also warned that Kony and the LRA could use the suspension of the search as an opportunity to stage attacks.

Bozize, the ousted leader of the Central African Republic, also had seized power in a coup. But he welcomed the presence of the Ugandans and the Americans and their efforts to eliminate Kony and the LRA.

The International Criminal Court at The Hague has indicted Kony on 33 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity, including murder and rape.

Last year, Invisible Children released the short film Kony 2012, which generated more than 100 million views online, bringing global attention to the LRA.

Washington Post

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NEWLY WEDS SLAUGHTERD KNEELING NEXT TO THEIR BED BY LOCAL THUGS IN ANTIGUA. IS IT A SAFE PLACE TO VISIT???

A British couple honeymooning on an exotic island were forced to kneel beside their beds before they were shot by two robbers – all for a small amount of cash, a camera and two mobile phones.

A British coroner has ruled the deaths of Ben and Catherine Mullany, both 31, on the island of Antigua were “unlawful killings”.

The couple were given the trip to the island in the West Indies as a gift from their families, only to be shot in their luxury chalet at the Cocos Hotel on the final night of their holiday on July 27, 2008.

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Mrs Mullany died in the chalet, while Mr Mullany died a week after he was flown back to their home of Swansea, Wales.

The inquest heard that Mrs Mullany, a doctor who was training to be a GP, and Mr Mullany, a student physiotherapist and former soldier and policeman, were innocent victims, the BBC reported.

“Both were forced to kneel to the side of the bed and were shot in the back of the head,” South Wales Police PC Emma Warner told the inquest.

“Three spent cartridges were found on the floor of their chalet and there was damage to the bathroom door where it had been kicked in.

“The safe was open and property had been taken, including a quantity of cash, a digital camera and two mobile phones.”

Kaniel Martin, 23, and Avie Howell, 20, were charged soon after the killings and were convicted of murder after a trial in Antigua in July. They are due to be sentenced next week.

Coroner Philip Rogers said the shooting was a “tragic and sad event”.

“They were both shot at the same time in the course of the robbery at their chalet.

“Ben and Catherine’s parents have been through a great deal in the past three years waiting for the killers to be brought to justice.

“There is only one verdict – that they were unlawfully killed.”

The Daily Mail reported the couple’s family released a statement saying: “Ben and Cath will live on in our hearts forever.”

The murders of the Mullanys was a huge news story in Britain in 2008, as Mrs Mullany was the first visitor to be killed on the island in more than a decade.

The shootings came in the middle of a huge crime wave on the island.

“We’ve had killings before but not like this – not visitors,” Assistant Superintendent Chas Tanet told The Guardian at the time.

“It’s shocking. It’s not a thing you want to see happen ever again.

NOTE-Same should be done to the killers. Execute them in the street…

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