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NYC Career Criminal Stabs 2 Teen Girls on Christmas, Yelling ‘I Want All White People Dead’, After Repeatedly Being Released Thanks to AG Letitia James.

https://thenationalpulse.com/2...te-people-dead-rant/

Career criminal Steven Hutcherson, 36, stabbed two girls aged 14 and 16 on Christmas morning, after being refused service at the Grand Central Dining Concourse in New York City. Hutcherson, who is black, declared, “I want to sit next to the crackers” after staff told him he could not occupy a table at the Tartinery café-bar without ordering anything. He soon turned his ire on the two girls and their parents, who were tourists from South America.

Returning with a knife, Hutcherson reportedly yelled, “I want all the white people dead,” before he stabbed the 16-year-old in the back, damaging her lungs. He then plunged the blade into her 14-year-old sister’s thigh. Armed transit police were on the scene in under a minute, but he avoided being shot by dropping the weapon as soon as they appeared. Both victims were hospitalized, but have since been discharged.

Hutcherson has 17 prior arrests. He was charged with showing up at a police station in July with a dagger and a switchblade and scuffling with officers. He has also been charged with causing $81,000 in damages during a rampage at the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan in October. He only received 15-day sentences for these crimes, however, thanks to New York’s soft-on-crime Attorney General Letitia James.

As recently as November, he was charged after threatening to shoot a man and allegedly brandishing a firearm. He was found with a knife when police apprehended him, but was let off with a conditional discharge. “They shouldn’t have let him out [of jail]. I don’t believe it,” said the victim in that case after being told about the stabbings.

Donald Trump has accused New York prosecutors of being overly focused on pursuing him through the courts for political reasons, as the Big Apple becomes increasingly lawless.


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Progressive prosecutors are on the side of the criminals not the law abiding society. No one has done more to make America unsafe than George Soros.


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Progressive prosecutors are on the side of the criminals not the law abiding society. No one has done more to make America unsafe than George Soros.

Many of them are long-time criminal defense attorneys, while prior generations of public defenders, if elected, would change hats and carry-out their job as district attorneys, many of this generation are unable to distinguish between the positions in their duties.
 
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Many of them are long-time criminal defense attorneys, while prior generations of public defenders, if elected, would change hats and carry-out their job as district attorneys, many of this generation are unable to distinguish between the positions in their duties.
My younger step-son worked for the Public Defender's office for a while. He got disgusted with some of the trash that he had to defend, so he crossed the aisle and went to work as a prosecuting attorney in the DA's office.



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Meanwhile in Seattle…

This has been going on for hours, Police refused to do anything other than divert traffic.

Protesters block northbound I-5, demand cease-fire in Israel-Hamas war

A group of demonstrators calling for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war is blocking northbound traffic on Interstate 5 in Seattle between Interstate 90 and Mercer Street, causing a 6-mile backup.

Traffic is being diverted onto eastbound I-90, the state Department of Transportation posted on the social media platform X.


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Why not?
They got away with it here a few days ago.
Blocked traffic going into the airport.
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Supreme Court Deals HUGE Blow To BLM

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On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court made a ruling that permits the progression of a lawsuit against a Black Lives Matter activist, which was filed by a Louisiana police officer injured during an incident in 2016.

This particular case has the potential to create obstacles for violent protesters seeking to evade accountability for causing harm to law enforcement officials.

“In declining to hear DeRay Mckesson’s appeal, the justices left in place a lower court’s decision reviving a lawsuit by the Baton Rouge police officer, John Ford, who accused him of negligence after being struck by a rock during a protest sparked by the fatal police shooting of a black man, Alton Sterling,” Reuters reported.

In 2023, Mckesson’s argument asserting his protection under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, safeguarding his rights to free speech and assembly, was dismissed by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in New Orleans. The activist was being represented by lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

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“The Baton Rouge protest was one of numerous demonstrations in the United States in 2015 and 2016 arising from incidents involving police and Black individuals. These predated the massive racial justice protests that flared in various cities in the United States and abroad following the 2020 murder of George Floyd, a Black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis.

“The 5th Circuit’s decision to allow Ford’s lawsuit could make it easier to sue protest leaders for the illegal conduct of an attendee – an outcome that, according to some legal scholars, could stifle activism seeking political or societal change.”

Blane Salamoni, the police officer responsible for the shooting and killing of Sterling on July 5, 2016, was promptly suspended and later terminated from his position in the Baton Rouge Police Department. Following a civil rights investigation conducted by the Justice Department, no evidence was found to support federal criminal charges, leading to the closure of the probe on May 3, 2017. The investigation revealed that Sterling, who was engaged in the illegal sale of bootleg CDs, refused to comply with the officers’ instructions and resisted arrest by engaging in a physical altercation with them.

Within seconds of the struggle commencing, another officer named Howie Lake deployed a taser on Sterling, but he managed to overcome its effects and continue resisting. During the altercation on the ground between Salamoni and Sterling, the former noticed a firearm in the suspect’s pocket and immediately alerted Lake that Sterling was attempting to reach for it, coinciding with the first shots being fired.

The DOJ report added: “Investigators later confirmed that Sterling’s gun was loaded with six bullets at the time of this exchange.”

Baton Rouge police officer “Ford was among the officers assigned to make arrests of protesters on a public highway. He was struck in the face by a rock or piece of concrete hurled by an unidentified person, losing teeth and suffering head and brain injuries, according to his lawsuit,” Reuters reported.

“Ford’s lawsuit, seeking monetary damages, argued that McKesson should have known from his actions leading the protest that it would turn violent,” the outlet reported further.


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“The 5th Circuit’s decision to allow Ford’s lawsuit could make it easier to sue protest leaders for the illegal conduct of an attendee – an outcome that, according to some legal scholars, could stifle activism un-checked violence, personal injury and property damage seeking political or societal change.”

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...following the 2020 murder suicide of George Floyd,


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They just opened the door to eleventy-billion lawsuits over the January 6th riot. Be careful what you wish for.


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