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92336 No. 92336 ID: 595368 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The mom and dad accused of starving a 3-year-old to the point where doctors were worried her organs could be permanently damaged or she could die, are on the run.

**EDITOR'S NOTE: The night this story aired on 9NEWS, a tip led police straight to Kenny and Kathleen Sanchez in Foley, Fla. They were taken into custody without incident: http://on9news.tv/1sgeo8P.**

At the time the little girl, Zoey, and her two siblings were taken from their parents, Kenny and Kathleen Sanchez, in 2012, she weighed 19 pounds. Police described her as having "sagging skin, protruding bones and visible ribs." Zoey's siblings were 4 years old and 2 months old.

According to the arrest affidavit, her parents told Denver police she had an eating disorder and was seeing doctors in Florida, which they had recently moved from. Court documents show while Zoey did see out-of-state doctors a number of times, her parents failed to provide follow-up visits.

All three of the couple's children were removed from their care. The now 5-year-old Zoey and her now-2-year-old sister, Madison, were adopted together at a Denver Adoption Day event in May by the Arellano family. Their brother was adopted by extended family members.

Zoey considers Amy and Victor Arellano her mom and dad. Amy Arellano is related to Zoey's biological father.

9NEWS didn't ask the 5-year-old anything about her past, just what she likes now. Zoey likes Frozen, chocolate and wants a stroller with a doll for her birthday later this month.

Amy Arellano remembers what the little girl looked like when she first got her.
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>> No. 92338 ID: cd49aa
We need to bring back the Judas cradle for people like this. And gibbet their remains in front of DCF offices.
>> No. 92343 ID: 16080f
A recurring theme I noticed in the abuse cases I initiated with MPI or CPS, as well as a couple families who adopted children from broken homes, had to do with fear of urinating or defecating, and crying when doing so because around four/five years of age they were still in diapers for weeks at a time. Another was extreme reluctance to eat because of associating episodes of abuse with mealtimes. Two subjects from two different families had an aversion to pizza because one was constantly slapped/burned in the face with hot slices, and the other was forced to eat rotten slices on threat of beatings.
>> No. 92345 ID: 035df4
Our neighbor would foster children and one time they had fostered a young boy and his two younger sisters.
The boy would still piss himself at 6 years old and if a guy was around who was tall and had a deep voice one of the girls would piss or shit herself, or on the floor, and the other would curl up in the corner and go near catatonic.

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92211 No. 92211 ID: 248112 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
There's been a large fire at FN Herstal. It is under control, but firemen say it could take days to put out due to the layout of the buildings. Supposedly it's not a production building and it hopefully means only stock if affected & not production capability.

>> No. 92212 ID: b89631
I guess Colt figured out how to get the government contracts to stay afloat.
>> No. 92216 ID: 248112
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>I guess Colt figured out how to get the government contracts to stay afloat.

AFAIK, FN-H Belgium does not make M4s and M16s, so those are safe. And Colt doesn't make the Minimi variants.
Colt does make the M240L though, maybe some M2 variants as well.
>> No. 92244 ID: b89631
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Right, its just FN USA with the M16/M4 contract, I'm just being tongue in cheek.

Unrelated but
>man, those AR's look sexy
>i really should build something that looks like those
>oh wait
>i already have identical plain jane AR's in A4 and M4 config
>how could I forget this, they were literally my second and third guns
>[AR fingerfucking intensifies]
>> No. 92303 ID: 5da4bb
Except all the guns FN makes for the US military are made in the USA in their gigantic factory in South Carolina.
>> No. 92334 ID: b89631
>Right, its just FN USA with the M16/M4 contract, I'm just being tongue in cheek.

Note to self, don't use humor on the internet.

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91839 No. 91839 ID: 36f650 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So with the possible riots rapidly approaching I got to thinking, what would I do? What would OPchan do? Well thats a pretty good questions isn't it.

Lets say you live in a city where some boy who didn't do nuffin got killed by the white police man, there were minor disturbances when the shooting occurred but it was mostly contained to the neighborhood in which it happened so it wasn't a threat to you. Now lets say in one week they will announce their verdict for the officer that shot the boy, tensions are high and there have been many talks, possibly even threats of city wide rioting if the verdict is not to their liking.

What do you do? Do you get as much of your shit out of town and evac to the woods for a few days? Do you fortify your home and bed down for the possible fight? Do you simply keep your weapons a little closer than normal and raise your alertness level? Or do you just do nothing at all?

As for me, well if I am just renting a place in the city then I would spend the week taking all of my stuff (save for furniture) to a family member or friends house outside of the city and then on the day of the verdict I'd be nowhere near the city, maybe get a nice hotel in a rural area to wait it out.

If I owned my own house in the city though, well I'd spend that week fortifying my defenses, stocking up on ammo and emergency supplies. I'm not really sure how I'd go about securing my home but I'm sure I could find a decent guide to it online. On the day of the verdict I'd lock the place down and just keep a TV or radio on to monitor the situation as I played vidya or whatever. I'd also have a firearm on me at all times in the house.
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>> No. 92206 ID: cbf3af
Funny story. I got to take her to the range with some friends one time and run her side by side with an HK MR762.

The HK was brand new out, but everyone spent their time on my FAL. You can adjust the gas settings to where she kicks like a kitten landing on a feather pillow, whereas the HK, despite being more accurate, kicked like a sumbitch for a semiauto.
>> No. 92218 ID: a2bcb4
It's refreshing to see an FAL without a carrying handle.
>> No. 92220 ID: 0a2b37
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Not much chance of a riot here, Amish don't tend to get uppity. But if something were going down would likely bug out as this place isn't terribly defensible.
>> No. 92231 ID: 5b9651

South African parts kit, Imbel receiver. CAI build with a proper double feed ramp. I actually love FAL carry handles and often thought of adding one, but never got around to it.
>> No. 92233 ID: 5a40da
>shirt, pants, belt, boots
>Mayflower APC with level 4 front/back
>HSGI battle belt
>gas mask, Peltor electronic sound traps
>fill mags with 5.56x45 TAP 75gr and 9x19 TAP 147gr
>load up mags for SBS
>load up tube for 590A1
>load up mags for M14s
>Surround self with guns in corner of most defensible position in apartment with laptop
>spend riot wondering if I should be using AR-15 or TAR-21
>put on Alice's Emotion or something

If someone bursts through door/window, blast Sumijin 物凄いベスト and open fire.

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92197 No. 92197 ID: 06f96c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Save our Mike Browns protest are currently happening in the area where most of there are up.

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>> No. 92208 ID: 7dbe4e
  Explaining why he killed a guy.
>> No. 92209 ID: 7dbe4e
  Discussing why islam and muslims are a threat to all Europe.
>> No. 92210 ID: 7188a3
>two radical conservatives agree on something.
>> No. 92217 ID: 248112

Simply due to the wide range of ideas he has, someone is always bound to find one or two things in his reasoning that hold some merit.

It's funny that his assumed french name is Louis Cachet (after his wife's last name), because "partir en cachette" is basically "go in hiding".

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92112 No. 92112 ID: 1701f6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Man gets surrounded by protestors in St. Louis at night in an intersection and break his window (days after another man was beaten to death with hammers). Bumps protestors out of way, has gun at the ready (dat trigger discipline) and on the phone with 911. Subsequently arrested after peacefully surrendering to police.

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>> No. 92165 ID: 0a2b37

Personally I'd prioritize running them over first, then shooting. Retain mobility, get off the X and all that good nonsense.
>> No. 92167 ID: bdc075
Mag dump for violence of action and to get some to move, then run em over.
>> No. 92180 ID: 98eebd

I was thinking the same thing. The best course of action is to take him into custody, then let him go elsewhere.

These idiots protesting police brutality don't even consider the irony in calling the police to arrest this guy. Aren't they afraid he was going to be brutalized? No, all they care about his hurting someone they don't like.
>> No. 92181 ID: 35c244
Arrested does not equal charged. At the point where the cop met him, calls had been made that a guy with a gun had rammed protesters. Another call had been made that protesters had attacked a guy who defended himself with a gun.

Conflicting stories, arrest the known parties and take statements, then see if a crime has been committed. Totally standard.

The guy was definitely involved in a criminal event, either as victim or perp, so you really need to take him in and get a statement. He was probably out in a couple hours.
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This. It seems he acted very well given the situation.

No. 92102 ID: 560ab1 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  why is skynyrd anti-gun?
also tfw when no $20 0.38
>> No. 92103 ID: cd49aa
Probably thought they were going to be one of those bands shot by a crazy fan.

Luckily it was a plane that did them in.
>> No. 92166 ID: 0a2b37
  Steve Earle, the same fellow who did Copperhead Road, Johnnie Come Lately and the the Mercenary Song went anti-gun in his old age.
>> No. 92168 ID: 392726
Yeah. I do enjoy that song, but I've heard a version where he describes why he became anti-gun.

Apparently he had a shit-kid son with one of his 6 wives, whom she could no longer control so she sent the punk off to Earle. The kid found Earle's piece under his mattress, and refused to give it back. So Earle and his brother took the shit-kid off to a "camp" for parents to drop off their kids they can't control "troubled teens".

So, in short; "2A = no go because I'm a shitty parent/human being."
>> No. 92169 ID: 0a2b37

That is that version. I find the song amusing because "the devil made me do it" is such a cop-out and demonstrates the lack of personal responsibility.

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91957 No. 91957 ID: 06f96c Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

On Tuesday night, as police and soldiers took up positions in the parking lots of virtually every strip mall and big box store around it, the forecourt of the brightly lit gas station was busy with customers.

One, a 6-foot-8-inches man named Derrick Jordan — “Stretch,” as friends call him — whisked an AR-15 assault rifle out from a pickup truck parked near the entrance.

Jordan, 37, was one of four black Ferguson residents who spent Tuesday night planted in front of the store, pistols tucked into their waistbands, waiting to ward off looters or catch shoplifters.

Jordan and the others guarding the gas station are all black. The station’s owner is white.

Ferguson has seen a stark demographic shift in recent decades, going from all white to mostly black. About two-thirds of the town’s 21,000-strong population are black. By some accounts, the Brown shooting has heightened racial tensions in the city. But not at the gas station.

“We would have been burned to the ground many times over if it weren’t for them,” said gas station owner Doug Merello, whose father first bought it in 1984.

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>> No. 92099 ID: 1e7cc7
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You forgot Regal.
>> No. 92100 ID: a400b9
Jesus Christ dude just

This explains a great deal.
>> No. 92101 ID: 738c52

The little infographic isn't terribly off base. We're just so used to throwing anything on unless we're obligated to that anything that involves more than tennis shoes and a Jacket immediately is considered "formal"
>> No. 92104 ID: 1fb1a6
This thread is pure shit.
>> No. 92105 ID: 48a534
JIDF had to step in before an article demonstrating armed cooperation between the races got too much attention. Now its homo fashion talk the thread.

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92029 No. 92029 ID: 9e2974 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The bungalow on Duke Court, in a southern suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, looks for all the world like a comfortable family home, the lawn neatly mown and surrounded by mature trees garlanded in lights, with a Christmas wreath hung just so on the front door.

But for police who came knocking late Friday night in pursuit of a tip, it was a crime scene of monstrous proportions, where a 13-year-old boy appears to have been concealed in a secret room behind a false wall in a linen closet, allegedly held against his will for four years, as he was mistreated and beaten by his father and stepmother.

“From all indications, it appears that the child was being hidden,” said a Clayton County police spokesman. Neighbours reported the unnamed boy had been hidden in plain sight, playing with neighbourhood kids, and often doing yard work. The stepmother, identified as Samantha Joy Davis, 42, would tell neighbours the boy was being home-schooled.

Both she and the boy’s father, Gregory Jean, 37, were denied bail on Sunday, and are held on charges of false imprisonment and child cruelty. Three other juveniles who were present in the home were also arrested.

At the Clayton County police station, the unnamed child’s tearful reunion with his mother for the first time since he was nine made for strikingly emotional scenes caught by local television crews. But the story of how he came to be rescued was even more dramatic.

He was just overjoyed that we had found him
It began, according to police, when the boy managed to install an app called Magic Jack on a smartphone to which he had access. Using that app, which allows free phone calls, he contacted a family member in Florida, saying where he was and that he was being beaten by his father. This family member, reportedly his sister, then told his mother.

His mother had reported him missing to child services in 2010, saying he had not been returned from a visit with his father elsewhere in Georgia. She had not filed a police report, however, reportedly because she is from another country and was unfamiliar with U.S. authorities.
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>> No. 92048 ID: 5da4bb
>She had not filed a police report, however, reportedly because she is from another country and was unfamiliar with U.S. authorities.
AKA she thought she was going to be deported. Similar thing happened with a woman I used to work with. Her son stuck his finger in an electrical socket and she never took him to the hospital because she thought she would be deported for being a bad mother.
>> No. 92062 ID: bc5ba6
I've met women afraid to leave the men who beat them because they believed the claims that they would be deported.

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92000 No. 92000 ID: f3e2a5 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Deus Ex Machina is going to take you back in time to the year 1630AD in Europe. You can start where ever you want.

You're also being handed 5000 men who will be absolutely loyal to you. Them, including you will know the language of where you start at and a few others.

You can equip your men with whatever equipment you want, but it must vaguely fit the theme/aesthetic of early 17th Europe. Bows & crossbows of any kind are okay. For unknown reasons, they're stricter with firearms--you can't have anything more advanced than a wheellock or airgun, though modern airguns are strangely okay. Should you take any modern air guns, you can't start with any more than 100. You're also expected to have a mix of melee and ranged weapons, and no more than 20% of your force can start out as cavalrymen.

Any of your gear can be made out of modern materials. You can also take other tools, within reason (no 1000 ounces of gold or 10,000 swords). However, they cannot be powered by anything other than muscle and can't be an electronic.

What do you take, where do you go, etc? How do you think you"ll fair?

tl;dr: How would you equip and supply an Early Modern army while keeping them vaguely in theme with the times? Ex: Sword made out of modern materials, stab-proof armor, etc.
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>> No. 92007 ID: f3e2a5
You'd pretty much need something along the lines of a .45-50 cal airgun to reliably kill/incapacitate people with though, right?

How effective would modern armor (armor actually being used or historical reproductions made with modern materials) be? Against Shot for ballistic armor and swords/bows/bolts for stab-resistant armor? What about helmets?
>> No. 92009 ID: 8f9280
Think about it like this-

Would .300 aac be effective shooting a guy wearing a heavy leather jacket? Would .38 spl?
Cuz modern day air in the .25 and .30 cal ranges can push those kinds of projectiles. Even if they can't kill a man all one shot sniper stop sniping like, having a projectile in those sizes would still lead to deep bruising and fractured bones. Go read about how effective stones from slings were from antiquated periods, and those at most have about the same kenetic energy as a .45 from a pistol.

modern materials for armour will work great, until they get hit a time or two. in this fantasy scenario, there is nothing keeping you from bring in knowledge that would allow for the production of high quality steel, which would mean any traditional armour could be made better and be effective enough to survive a frew hits in vital places
>> No. 92010 ID: 8f9280
oh also this very topic is a fetish of mine and it ends with a sprawling utopia of windmills (not turbines, no primamry elec production), velo mobiles, and pnuematic/hydrolic power sources in greater use then electric.
>> No. 92011 ID: f3e2a5
I read that .30/.303 cal airguns can take down animals up to 45lbs, .357/9mm bobcats and coyotes, .45 for anything up to 200lb and .50 for any kind of medium game. I'm no expert on this though.

So I figured .357 was the absolute minimum but I see your point.
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>You'd pretty much need something along the lines of a .45-50 cal airgun to reliably kill/incapacitate people with though, right?

What's your point?

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91900 No. 91900 ID: 0d53c0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Why do we let this agency exist again?
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>> No. 91945 ID: 18251f
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If they're reassigned to an other agency while keeping the same management in the transfer, nothing will change.

I'm fairly sure the average ATF field agent is not shittier than any other agency's average field agent, but they're clearly being pushed to make cases in a very different way.

The closest thing is FBI terrorism sting operations, where most of the terrorisms plots would never have happened if they hadn't provided both the plans and the explosives.
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Hmmm, I would have figured if such a thing would happen that the FBI would at least have tighter reigns and accountability for their agents. At least hopefully do less retarded stuff.

I didn't know I was such an optimist.
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lol at that gif

LEO parkour
>> No. 92008 ID: 5b9651

Reminder that while it was the ATF who started the shit at Waco and Ruby Ridge, it was the FBI who actually killed the American citizens.

Think of the FBI as ATFs older, wiser, meaner brother who moved out of the house and joined a biker gang when he was 18. He's smarter but even more ruthless. Just as evil but far more competent.
>> No. 92013 ID: db7b1c
It's even more complicated than that from what I gather

ATF was a small organization back then and not the behemoth of today, they were constantly stealing funding and even agents from FBI

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