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116358 No. 116358 ID: b51782 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The highest-ranking officer convicted so far in a colossal Navy corruption scandal began accepting a cornucopia of gifts and prostitutes from an Asian defense contractor 20 years ago and later suffered a mental breakdown when he learned authorities were making arrests in the case, new court documents allege.

Robert J. Gilbeau became the first active-duty Navy admiral ever to be convicted of a felony when he pleaded guilty last year to lying to federal investigators. He is scheduled to be sentenced next month and likely faces up to 18 months in prison.

In a plea deal last June, Gilbeau admitted to making false statements about his contacts with Leonard Glenn Francis, also known as “Fat Leonard,” a crooked defense contractor from Singapore who has pleaded guilty to bribing scores of Navy officials. At the time, Gilbeau and federal authorities revealed little about the nature and extent of his relationship with Francis.

But in documents filed last week in federal court in San Diego, prosecutors allege that Gilbeau, 56, was corrupted in 1997 when he and another Navy officer met Francis during a port visit to the Indonesian island of Bali and succumbed to the contractor’s offer of free hotel rooms, lavish dinners and paid sex.

The relationship continued on a sporadic basis until 2012, according to prosecutors, who said Francis treated Gilbeau to numerous evenings at karaoke bars and luxury restaurants in Singapore, often capped off by assignations with prostitutes.

Prosecutors allege that Gilbeau also pocketed $40,000 in cash bribes from Francis as part of a kickback scheme to overcharge the Navy for pumping wastewater from its ships.

The revelations show that the origins and scope of the scandal — already the biggest in the Navy history — stretch back seven years earlier than previously known. In cases against two dozen other defendants, prosecutors have focused on wrongdoing that began in 2004 and lasted until Francis’s arrest in 2013.

Authorities said last year that more than 200 people, including 30 admirals, were under investigation for potential crimes or ethical violations. The new evidence suggests that the roster of suspects has expanded and raises questions about how far into the past authorities will reach to hold people accountable.
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Francis planned to follow the Nimitz to its next stop in Hong Kong, where he promised to entertain the two officers again. “Looking forward to some major engagement in HK bachelors pad,” he wrote them in an email.

Instead, after a last-minute schedule change, the Nimitz returned to Singapore. In an email to Francis, Gilbeau asked if the contractor could arrange to take the two officers back to the same nightclub. His friend, he explained, wanted to see a “handball player” they had met during their last time in Singapore — a woman whom prosecutors described as “a particularly memorable prostitute.”

Francis enthusiastically agreed. “The Kahuna above has heard our prayers, will be standin by to Welcome you all back home to Papa Leonard soon,” he emailed. “The handball player is waiting eagerly to play.”

During the same 2003 port visit, prosecutors allege, Francis and Gilbeau conspired to overcharge the Navy for services provided to the Nimitz. Invoices show that Francis’s firm billed the Navy for pumping about 450,000 gallons of sewage and wastewater from the Nimitz over four days — about triple the usual amount.

Prosecutors contend that in exchange for approving the invoices, Gilbeau accepted about $40,000 in cash kickbacks from Francis. (Gilbeau has previously denied receiving money from the contractor.)



Their relationship resumed in 2005 when Gilbeau returned to Singapore to help coordinate the Navy’s tsunami relief efforts in the region.
Prosecutors allege that Gilbeau, who dubbed himself “Tsunami Bob,” went to dinner with Francis and partied with him at karaoke bars on three or four occasions. In addition, they allege that Francis, who called Gilbeau “Crazy Bob” or “Casanova,” paid for him to stay at the Singapore Marriott and other hotels several times.
Francis provided prostitutes to dozens of Navy officials over the years, and kept meticulous notes about the sailors’ physical desires so he could cater to their preferences, according to court records and interviews with people familiar with his methods.
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>> No. 116363 ID: aadd02
I can't wait for the movie about this whole thing to come out in 2026. Of course, the only title such a film could possibly have is "Fat Leonard".


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116360 No. 116360 ID: d4c8ee hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://popularmilitary.com/us-army-base-lockdown-sixty-four-soldiers-busted-cocaine-drug-ring/
>Authorities arrested several soldiers at Fort Stewart on Tuesday. The soldiers are believed to have used, had or involved in the sale of cocaine.

>Officials at the base were reluctant to speak with Popular Military, only offering a small statement in a press release.

>“We dedicate resources and work closely with our local law enforcement partners to identify and suppress illegal drug use in our ranks,” Maj. Gen. James Rainey, senior commander of Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, said in a news release.

>An anonymous source at the base told Popular Military that sixty four soldiers from the 3-15 Infantry Battalion and the 1-30 Infantry Battalion are involved. It is not clear how many of them have been arrested. The source said the soldier at the top of the drug ring had ties to a known drug cartel.

>The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office arrested Pvt. First Class Mario Figueroa on drug trafficking charges, according to Maj. Jeff Hein of the LCSO Drug Task Force. The arrest was the result of a 90-day investigation by LCSO, Fort Stewart’s Criminal Investigation Division and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

>The names of all those arrested have yet to be released.

>A spokesman for the Army’s Criminal Investigative Division (CID), Chris Grey, confirmed the apprehension of other soldiers but would not say how many soldiers were apprehended.

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>> No. 116361 ID: 80083a
Maybe they'll finally hang Hassan now so they can free up his bed in Leavenworth.

'Cause it's about to get crowded in there.
>> No. 116362 ID: 6ec5fb
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>no you should enlist instead of staying in school and getting a commission because this guy won't respect you otherwise


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116350 No. 116350 ID: cce514 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Berniebro founder (who lives in Yekaterinburg, Siberia and receives Kremlin funding) applies for Russian citizenship, cites "anti-Russian hysteria."

http://www.businessinsider.com/calexit-leader-louis-marinelli-russia-2017-4
>The leader of California separatist group Yes California announced in a 1,600-word statement on Monday that he "intends to make Russia" his "new home" and is therefore withdrawing his petition for a "Calexit" referendum.

>Louis Marinelli, who has spearheaded the Calexit campaign since 2015, set up a makeshift embassy in Moscow in December in partnership with far-right Russian nationalists who enjoy Kremlin support while promoting secessionist movements in Europe.

>"I have found in Russia a new happiness, a life without the albatross of frustration and resentment towards ones’ homeland, and a future detached from the partisan divisions and animosity that has thus far engulfed my entire adult life," Marinelli wrote on Monday. "Consequently, if the people of Russia would be so kind as to welcome me here on a permanent basis, I intend to make Russia my new home."

>He added that he will "not return to California in the forseeable future," so "it is only proper" that he withdraw the Calexit ballot initiative petition and "allow a new petition, free from ties to me and drafted by others, to be resubmitted at future date of their choosing."

>Marinelli had been organizing the California independence referendum from Russia's fourth-largest city, Yekaterinburg, where he has lived with his wife, Anastasia, since September.

>He said in an interview in December that he was looking specifically to countries with veto power on the UN Security Council (UNSC) — Russia and China — to support his movement and recognize the results of an independence referendum in the event that the US and its UNSC allies rejected its legitimacy.

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>people of Failifornia want to GTFO because they feel the rest of the nation with its right wing national government and homophobia and racism doesn't represent Cali
>pissed that America commits war crimes and meddles in international affairs
>doesn't like that a loud mouth corrupt blowhard with deep corporate interest is president now
>leader of movement goes to Russia to escape that shit

Dear Zod people be goddamn stupid, this is like jews going to Hitler for protection from fucking Stalin.

I'd like to just say this douche is just a Kremlin stooge but I know for certain some Californians are so goddamn mentally stupid they'd not see the irony of this.

This isn't even an Edward Snowden situation where that geek bastard was possibly forced to stay in Russia when it was just the first stop originally in running away. Nah, this Calexit moron went directly there.

Can like the US secede from California instead?


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116223 No. 116223 ID: 414242 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
BEIJING — Dickson Wong, a marksman with a deep interest in firearms, arranges tours for groups of other Chinese gun enthusiasts to travel to DeSoto County, Fla., so they can shoot at firing ranges.

That's a long way to travel for target practice, but its exceedingly difficult to do that here in China where the restrictions on firearms are so severe that even possession of air rifles or toy guns can land you in jail for years.

“It’s a place Chinese can go to experience real gun culture,” Wong, 38, said. “It’s impossible to shoot here.”

Wong estimates tens of thousands of wealthy Chinese now travel to the U.S. every year to shoot, and aims to capture some of that demand when he opens his own state-of-the-art gun club in 2019.

He hopes to draw 5,000 Chinese tourists a year to his club with luxury accommodations and Chinese-speaking instructors. A promotional video for the club highlights sumptuous steaks, open-air firing ranges and a wide selection of weapons.

Gun tourism already is a growing business in the U.S. because of lax laws regulating firearms compared to other countries. For example, Honolulu attracts target shooters from Japan, which has stringent gun-control regulations, and Las Vegas has many firing ranges available for domestic and foreign visitors.

Wong has the closest thing to a gun shop in Beijing. It has camouflage gear, holsters and T-shirts quoting the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment — which guarantees the right to bear arms. What's missing from the shop are the arms, which are illegal to manufacture or sell in China for private use.

Although weapons control laws in China date back to the third century B.C., China was awash in firearms when the communists came to power in 1949 – the result of resistance to Japanese occupation and a protracted civil war.
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Weirdly, the chinks seem to appreciate our gun kul-chore more than a lot of blue-state Yankees.
>> No. 116253 ID: f0fb5d
I'd imagine they flock to Las Vegas more than DeSoto County, FL.
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The idea of mainlanders with guns is hilarious.


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116048 No. 116048 ID: 963bde hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Trump's son-in-law appointed to lead newly created "White House Office of American Innovation" with power over all government agencies. Kushner leads a five member board hand picked from his Wall Street friends (all of whom just happen to be jewish).

>Kushner’s office, just a few feet from the Oval Office, largely barren but for a black-and-white photo of his paternal grandparents — both Holocaust survivors

President Trump plans to unveil a new White House office on Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises — such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction — by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, privatizing some government functions.

The White House Office of American Innovation, to be led by Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, will operate as its own nimble power center within the West Wing and will report directly to Trump. Viewed internally as a SWAT team of strategic consultants, the office will be staffed by former business executives and is designed to infuse fresh thinking into Washington, float above the daily political grind and create a lasting legacy for a president still searching for signature achievements.

“All Americans, regardless of their political views, can recognize that government stagnation has hindered our ability to properly function, often creating widespread congestion and leading to cost overruns and delays,” Trump said in a statement to The Washington Post. “I promised the American people I would produce results, and apply my ‘ahead of schedule, under budget’ mentality to the government.”

In a White House riven at times by disorder and competing factions, the innovation office represents an expansion of Kushner’s already far-reaching influence. The 36-year-old former real estate and media executive will continue to wear many hats, driving foreign and domestic policy as well as decisions on presidential personnel. He also is a shadow diplomat, serving as Trump’s lead adviser on relations with China, Mexico, Canada and the Middle East.

The work of White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon has drawn considerable attention, especially after his call for the “deconstruction of the administrative state.” But Bannon will have no formal role in the innovation office, which Trump advisers described as an incubator of sleek transformation as opposed to deconstruction.

The announcement of the new office comes at a humbling moment for the president, following Friday’s collapse of his first major legislative push — an overhaul of the health-care system, which Trump had championed as a candidate.
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>> No. 116282 ID: b70387
>>116263
Trump won’t definitively say he still backs Bannon
http://nypost.com/2017/04/11/trump-wont-definitively-say-he-still-backs-bannon/

>He ended by saying, “Steve is a good guy, but I told them to straighten it out or I will.”
>> No. 116286 ID: b346d2
Apparently Nazis are being very triggered by dank kush.
https://www.adl.org/blog/explosive-growth-of-hateful-memes-and-anti-semitic-conspiracy-theories-against-jared-kushner
>> No. 116299 ID: d77c14
>>116286
That sounds like the ADL is being triggered by imaginary nazis...
>> No. 116304 ID: 893948
>>116286
Did they not pay attention during the election?
>trump: i love israel and my jewish son-in-law will make such a great deal for peace
>nazis: we are voting for this man

>trump: israel is so great, i am sending my jewish son-in-law to make a great deal for peace
>nazis: BETRAYAL!
>> No. 116324 ID: 9723b1
>>116304
>nazis
Yeah because an obsolete political party from 1930s Weimar republic is behind everything bad in the world.

Why don't you join an antifa riot cult, I hear they have a decent selection of skirts.


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114178 No. 114178 ID: 22c903 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/97336168

The constitution is safe. Our country will have a border wall to keep the filthy drug mules and their shitty welfare sucking criminal anchor offspring out. We will defund bullshit special interests. Purge the Marxism from the colleges, break up the (possibly pedophilic) democrat mafia squatting in DC, restore journalistic ethics to our press and become a non-service based economy again. Small businesses and innovation will boom in the next four years. The truth will ring long, sharp and free.

A golden age is before us folks.

NEVER COME DOWN
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>>116308
>Shareblue is a propaganda outlet, it is not news,

So is wikileaks but it doesn't make the documents they host any less real.
>> No. 116312 ID: b70387
>>116308
What he said >>116311. Also, one-hour, one-board ban. Gotta get my manlet frustrations out somehow.
>> No. 116313 ID: 9723b1
>>116311
>>116312
In the history of the office of the president no location has been "reimbursed" for being visited.

They demand Trump pay out of pocket because law enforcement has to prevent the crackheads Soros shipped in from rioting. That's like me paying for someone to fuck you in the ass, then charging you for the service of not getting fucked in the ass.

Why not block the rioters from entering? Why not complain to Soros? Why not turn the fact that the president is routinely visiting into a tourist attraction and rake in millions? Considering three congresspeople signed this "letter", why not pass a law in congress appropriating some extra funds for palm beach? Because they don't want a solution, it's retarded virtue signalling.

Trump will either ignore it, because he's in the executive branch and cant do these congressmens job for them, or he'll do something lulzworthy and offer them a loan with 30% interest.

tl;dr fake news posted on operatorchan by people being paid to be disruptive
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>>116313
>Muh Soros! Fake News! Anyone who doesn't like Trump is a paid shill! They should just make a law giving the city more money!
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>>116316
>i dont have an argument so im going to substitute this greentext that the mod fellating me doesnt think is insulting, shitposting, or detrimental to board discussion


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116180 No. 116180 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-weighing-military-options-following-chemical-weapons-attack-in-syria/2017/04/06/

>The U.S. military launched approximately 50 cruise missiles at a Syrian military airfield late on Thursday, in the first direct American assault on the government of President Bashar al-Assad since that country’s civil war began six years ago.

>The operation, which the Trump administration authorized in retaliation for a chemical attack killing scores of civilians this week, dramatically expands U.S. military involvement in Syria and exposes the United States to heightened risk of direct confrontation with Russia and Iran, both backing Assad in his attempt to crush his opposition.

>President Trump said the strike was in the “vital national security interest” of the United States and called on “all civilized nations to join us in seeking to end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria. And also to end terrorism of all kinds and all types.”

>“We ask for God’s wisdom as we face the challenge of our very troubled world,” he continued. “We pray for the lives of the wounded and for the souls of those who have passed and we hope that as long as America stands for justice then peace and harmony will in the end prevail.”

>The missiles were launched from two Navy destroyers — the USS Ross and USS Porter — in the eastern Mediterranean. They struck an airbase called Shayrat in Homs province, which is the site from which the planes that conducted the chemical attack in Idlib are believed to have originated. The targets included the runway as well as aircraft, hangars and fuel.
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>>116288
>implying something could be worse than the holocaust, denying the singularity of the shoah

well who would have guessed this could backfire?
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>>116272
>the guys who killed hitler are hitlerites
WHAT?
>> No. 116302 ID: 0f6219
>>116300
FYI Hitler killed himself.
>> No. 116303 ID: 334c17
>>116302
Then you should probably award him Nobel Peace prize.
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>>116302


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116216 No. 116216 ID: 414242 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
In January 2011, I sent an email to the Washington State Democratic Party asking about precinct results from the 2008 presidential caucus race. State party chairman Jaxon Ravens replied simply with the question, “Why would you want them?” As he reminded me, the precinct results had no bearing on delegate allocation or the eventual party nominee. My nineteen-year-old self struggled to articulate a satisfying answer.

What I failed to put into words was that election results show so much more than simply who won and lost a constitutionally-legitimized popularity contest. Election results lay bare the souls of its voters, translating millions of individual hopes, dreams, fears, aspirations, and biases into tangible, observable quantities. No census or survey can truly capture that singular moment of personal truth which occurs in the ballot box. We can identify your race, your income, a list of a thousand other measurable values which statistically imply the outcome of this moment, but as deterministic as we might try to make it seem, it always comes down to a final act of free will. These individual acts sum to make manifest the inner milieu of a people at a particular moment in time, a secular sacrament ordaining to our political priesthood.

Election results tell us who we are while other statistics only hint at what we are; maps visually organize this information in a way both informative and artful. Living on the West Coast my entire life, I’ve never had the opportunity to travel to many of the great population centers of the East, the veiled gulches and hollows of Appalachia, or the wide open country of the Heartland, but through election maps I could learn many things about the people who live there, how they vary, and how they view themselves. Using precinct-level data, I could almost walk the streets of neighborhoods and communities thousands of miles away.

They made me feel connected to and in solidarity with a world I have never experienced; they remind me that I too am a part of the American democratic experiment, even if it all too often seems a petty game for out-of-touch East Coast elites.

In 2008, I started collecting General Election county data and creating rudimentary maps in MS Paint going back to the 1840s using the University of Richmond’s Voting America application.
http://dsl.richmond.edu/voting/v1/interactive/
I began a project the following year expanding into Presidential Primary Election county data, and I took up learning GIS mapping for my high school culminating project. As an undergraduate, I continued to dabble in GIS, even though I never took a course in the subject, and at the start of the 2012 Republican Presidential Primaries I even briefly toyed with the idea of a national precinct map before realizing the enormity of such a task.

Precinct data, despite providing the
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The Most Stunningly Detailed 2016 Election Map Was Just Released—Democrats Should Be Scared, Very Scared

The Trump administration is off to a rocky start, as every week seems to bring new turmoil and drama. However, it is important to remember how shockingly unlikely this presidency was in the first place.
Exhibit A:

https://cdn1.ijr.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Screen-Shot-2016-11-09-at-9.13.24-AM-1024x784.png

Since Trump went from nearly zero chance of becoming Leader of the Free World to launching missiles at our enemies, one is left to ask: what trends led to this fate for Democrats? https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/10/24/donald-trumps-chances-of-winning-are-approaching-zero/?utm_term=.9cd7f6cfe0ee

Ryne Rohla at Decision Desk HQ set out to model American voting patterns, https://decisiondeskhq.com/data-dives/creating-a-national-precinct-map/ not just on a national or state level, but by burrowing down to the most localized, nuanced metric available: local precincts. Because of the incredible locality and difficulty of attaining such data, few have ever attempted to map the voting populace in this way. Rohla persisted. He explains in his piece entitled, “Creating a National Precinct Map”: https://decisiondeskhq.com/data-dives/creating-a-national-precinct-map/

Election results show so much more than simply who won and lost a constitutionally-legitimized popularity contest. Election results lay bare the souls of its voters, translating millions of individual hopes, dreams, fears, aspirations, and biases into tangible, observable quantities.

No census or survey can truly capture that singular moment of personal truth which occurs in the ballot box. We can identify your race, your income, a list of a thousand other measurable values which statistically imply the outcome of this moment, but as deterministic as we might try to make it seem, it always comes down to a final act of free will. These individual acts sum to make manifest the inner milieu of a people at a particular moment in time, a secular sacrament ordaining to our political priesthood.

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I'll just leave this here.
>> No. 116257 ID: 4b7631
Are you people really trying to work yourselves up into a tizzy because the country has uneven population distribution? The country has uneven natural resource distribution also and the population distribution is a natural consequence. Adam Smith wrote about that kind of thing in the first chapter of his famous book, he was particularly keen on waterways because boats can move some much more material with less effort as compared to land vehicles.
Anyway, if the population distribution bothers you then how would you go about fixing it? Some government agency with the authority to relocate people? It might not be a bad idea. Thomas Jefferson, when he imagined future America, he though it was going to be large collection of plantations each owned by a "gentlemen farmer". Sea to sea, nothing but Monticello sized farms with maybe a few small towns here and there. If his constitution was written with that kind of thing in mind, then maybe the country would be better off if we realigned towards that ideal.
>> No. 116269 ID: 9723b1
>Some government agency with the authority to relocate people? It might not be a bad idea.
And this is why communists need to be thrown of helicopters.
>> No. 116279 ID: 791f24
>>116269
you mean so that they're uniformly distributed nationally on a per-square-mile basis?


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116189 No. 116189 ID: b70387 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3281355/stockholm-terror-attack-sweden-truck-latest-news/

FIVE people have been killed after a ‘stolen’ truck mowed down terrified crowds in Stockholm today – sending the city into lock down.

Witnesses claimed that three armed men jumped out of the lorry after it crashed into a department store, with cops fearing the ‘deliberate’ act is a terror attack on Sweden’s capital.

Shots were fired as police hunted the suspects - with the unfolding horror coming just weeks after five innocent victims were killed after a car ploughed through crowds on Westminster Bridge, outside the Houses of Parliament.

Despite reports, police have said no one has been arrested in connected with the attack outside the Ahlens store in Sweden.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said that everything indicated that the crash was a "terror attack".

Local news Expressen reported that the driver of the truck had managed to escape the scene, with witnesses describing a "lone man" put a balaclava over his face before he drove the truck into crowds of people.

The Local has also reported that the Swedish brewery company Spendrups, which owns the truck, said it had been hijacked earlier in the day.
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>> No. 116208 ID: b70387
Uzbek, known to police, is suspect in Stockholm truck attack
https://www.yahoo.com/news/sweden-arrests-suspected-driver-stockholm-terrorist-crime-081823796.html

>Swedish police on Saturday identified the suspected truck driver who killed four people in Stockholm as a 39-year-old man from Uzbekistan, a day after Europe's latest terror attack.

>The suspect was detained on Friday evening in Marsta, a suburb north of Stockholm. According to several media outlets, he is an IS supporter.

>"His Facebook page shows sympathies to IS," the head of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish National Defence College, Magnus Ranstorp, told AFP.

>If the suspect is confirmed as the perpetrator, that would bring to three the number of attacks in less than four months by an assailant believed to have links to Uzbekistan.
>> No. 116215 ID: 791f24
  uzbeks are trouble
>> No. 116219 ID: 813f6b
>>116204
>Those goddamn Buddhists! When will they stop?!

You do realize that before the Chinks came the Dalai Lama himself ran a caste system which meant effective slavery for a large portion of the Tibetan society and that Buddhist monks have taken up arms many times in their history, and have used whatever tactic which suited their goals including bombing?

But muh peace loving Buddhists!?! :s
>> No. 116233 ID: 9dc901
>>116219

I know that Buddhists aren't above getting their hands dirty.

It was a joke based on the stereotype.

And now you ruined it.

Just like a Belgian (Dutch under an assumed name) to do so .
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this is almost certainly a false flag by putin and his useful idiots (aka trump & the altright). only an utter moron wouldn't have realized that immediately.

(WHATEVER)
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https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/03/senate-puts-isp-profits-over-your-privacy

Call your Senators!! If they voted right, thank them. If not, politely tell their staffers how disapppinted you are and that you will remember this on election day

Call your Congresspeople! TELL THEM YOU URGE THEM TO VOTE TO KEEP THE FCC'S RULES IN PLACE!
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>> No. 116156 ID: 185975
>>116142
>white men
Don't forget white women. And latino women. And latino men. And black women, and black men, and .

Trump swung significantly more minority vote than Romney or McCain, it's why he's in office. Hillary conversely failed to activate minority votes as much as Obama... even with Obamas help.

But none of this matters because you are a racist and need to gtfo.
>> No. 116157 ID: 185975
>>116148
Do you, a user of a pro gun website, seriously miss an anti gun president?

Kindly remove yourself with the racist.
>> No. 116224 ID: cce514
Just in case you think you won't be affected by this:
https://internethistoryrecord.com/
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>>116156
I fail to see what difference any dinky shifts make when every nonwhite population votes en bloc Democrap.

I had difficulty believing it. It numbed me. My whole life I breezily assumed when American browned out it would be a non-event akin to when the Germans came to outnumber the original English colonists. I was wrong.

Look at this. LOOK AT IT.


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