SCREEN CAPTURE FROM ALJAZEERA NEWS PROGRAM
Dee Finney's blog
start date July 20, 2014
today's date 7-6-14
TOPIC: THE ARMPIT OF THE WORLD
NOTE: STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN IN MY HOUSE ON OCCASION
- SOMETIMES WHEN I'M DREAMING, AND SOMETIMES WHEN I'M MEDITATING.
IN THIS CASE I WANTED TO ASTRAL TRAVEL OR DO AN OBE AND
JOIN A FRIEND OF MINE WHO IS DOING A GHOSTHUNT IN EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS. I
THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FUN TO JOIN HER AS A SURPRISE.
SO I STARTED THE MEDITATION AND ASKED TO GO HER ADDRESS
(I WAS VERY SPECIFIC BECAUSE I KNEW EXACTLY WHERE IT WAS.)
IMMEDIATELY, I SAW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN AND SHE SAID TO ME,
I THOUGHT BACK TO HER, "I JUST THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FUN."
THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN REPLIED, "YOU WILL ONLY CAUSE
CONFUSION BY BEING THERE."
I WAS DISAPPOINTED, OF COURSE, BUT BY THEN I WAS SEEING A
MAN KISSING A WOMAN. I DIDN'T REALLY KNOW WHO IT WAS, AND THEN I SAW A
WOMAN KISSING A MAN, AND I THOUGHT "I'M NOT REALLY INTERESTED IN THAT !"
THINKING THAT THAT THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WAS TRYING TO DISTRACT ME WITH SOMETHING
WHEN I THOUGHT TO THE WOMAN, "I'M NOT REALLY INTERESTED
IN THAT." I IMMEDIATELY SAW A BEAUTIFUL BLONDE WOMAN, AND SHE RAISED HER
ARM STRAIGHT UP INTO THE AIR AND POINTED AT THE CENTER OF HER ARMPIT!
IMMEDIATELY, I THOUGHT - WHERE IS THE ARMPIT
OF THE WORLD? AND I OPENED MY EYES AND SAW THE TELEVISION SCREEN PICTURE
ABOVE THAT I HAD PAUSED IN ORDER TO JOIN THE GHOSTHUNT.
YOU WILL BE SURPRISED TO FIND OUT WHERE THE ARMPIT OF THE
WORLD IS: NEW JERSEY
THAT'S NOT A JOKE.
2. Armpit of the World. Slang
for the state of New Jersey (ironically dubbed 'the garden state'). I'm
taking a train up to the armpit
of the world to visit my family.
I IMMEDIATELY THEN THOUGHT - THE BRIDGE CONNECTING NEW JERSEY TO NEW
YORK CITY - BECAUSE IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO GET TO THE NEW TOWER WITH ALL
THE SECURITY, AND THERE HAS BEEN RECENT NEWS ABOUT THE BRIDGE, WHICH IS
DEFINITELY NOT SECURE.
LOOK AT THE PHOTO AGAIN WITH THE CAR STOPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD THE THE
TWO MEN WITH RIFLES POINTED UP, AND THE OTHER MAN STANDING BETWEEN THEM AND THE
CAR. AND WHERE IS THE MAN WITH THE MACHINE GUN POINTING HIS WEAPON.!!!!
IT'S NOT A PRETTY PICTURE IS IT!!!!
7-13-14. I HATE IT WHEN SOME DREAMS COME TRUE
7-13-14 ASSASSINATION IN NEW JERSEY
THE OTHER DAY I HEARD A VOICE SAY, THE WEAPON IS IN THE BASEMENT.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) - A gunman who killed a rookie officer responding to a
report of an armed robbery at a drugstore early Sunday never tried to rob the
store and instead lay in wait for police, telling a witness to watch the news
because he was "going to be famous," authorities said.
Lawrence Campbell shot Officer Melvin Santiago in the head shortly after he and
his partner arrived at the 24-hour Walgreens at around 4 a.m., Jersey City Mayor
Steven Fulop said. Other officers returned fire at Campbell, killing him.
Campbell, 27, of Jersey City, was one of three suspects wanted by police for a
prior homicide, Fulop said.
Fulop said Campbell was carrying a knife when he walked into Walgreens and asked
for directions to the greeting card aisle. He assaulted an armed security guard
at the store and snatched his gun, Fulop said.
According to Fulop, Campbell approached a witness and apologized for his
conduct, then said to watch the news later because he was "going to be famous,"
then waited for officers to arrive and shot Santiago with what police believe
was the guard's weapon.
"Today was a horrible day for Jersey City," Fulop said.
Dozens of officers stood single file at the entrance of the hospital and saluted
as Santiago's flag-draped body was carried into an ambulance. A handful of
younger officers consoled one another as they walked away. Santiago, 23,
graduated from the police academy in December.
Fulop was there when Santiago's body arrived at the hospital. As Santiago's
mother identified the body, Fulop said, she "just keep repeating the badge
number and saying that it's not possible."
Santiago is the first Jersey City officer killed in the line of duty since
Detective Marc DiNardo died in July 2009 during a raid on an apartment while
searching for suspects in a robbery.
"It is a tragic situation when any officer is killed in the line of duty," Fulop
said. "Melvin was an officer who represented everything one would want to see in
a police officer. I know the entire city's thoughts and prayers are with the
Santiago family during this difficult time and we mourn together."
Jean Belviso, who has been delivering newspapers for 10 years, was driving
through the Walgreens parking lot when she said saw a man wearing burgundy
sweatpants and a baseball cap walk out of the store. A police cruiser pulled up
in front of Walgreens, and the suspect began shooting, the 61-year-old Belviso
"We thought he was running, coming toward us," said Belviso, who was riding
along with a friend. "He kept on shooting."
Bullets flew through the cruiser's windshield, 13 in all. The suspect was shot
multiple times, and officers slapped handcuffs on him, Belviso said.
Campbell's body remained on the ground next to the bullet-riddled cruiser for
more than five hours after the shooting before it was placed in a coroner's van
and taken away.
Markeisha Marshall, a spokeswoman for Walgreens, said the company was "deeply
regretful" over the officer's death and extended its sympathies to his family
and friends. The store has round-the-clock armed security, Marshall noted.
Police are also searching for another man who they believe was involved in the
previous homicide with Campbell, Fulop said. They have been aggressively seeking
Daniel Wilson for the last three days, Fulop said.
The Jersey City Police Benevolent Association said in a statement that their
hearts were heavy over Santiago's death.
"Patrolman Santiago knew the risks associated with this job, yet he put himself
in front of danger in order to keep Jersey City safe," the association said.
"Words cannot adequately express our feelings about this senseless tragedy."
The officer's stepfather, Alex McBride, said Santiago was "very proud" to be a
police officer, following in the footsteps of his uncle. McBride said he had
been in Santiago's life for 14 years, noting that his stepson had wanted to be a
police officer since playing the "Call of Duty" video game.
"Melvin was the best kid," he said, choking up as he sat hunched over on a
plastic crate in an alley outside the family's apartment. "I watched him
graduate from high school. He joined every sport, everything. He never did no
harm to nobody. And he was full of life."
Gary Nahrwold, 24, recalled his friend Santiago first saying a decade ago that
he wanted to become a police officer. Nahrwold also hopes to join the force and
said he won't be discouraged by Santiago's slaying.
"It just gives me more purpose to do it," he said. "I'm not going to be deterred
by some senseless crimes."
| THE OLD THREAT
OSAMA BIN LADEN
| THE NEW THREAT
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· ' Undetectable bomb' threat:
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to be a threat worldwide.
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Qaeda from The
New York Times. ... TheTerrorist Threat to
the U.S. Homeland; National Intelligence Council, ...
Aug 5, 2013 ... Some
analysts and Congressional officials suggested Friday that
emphasizing a terrorist
threat now was a
good way to divert attention from the ...
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the nation on alert against what it has described as a “ highly
threat,” the FBI announced today that it ...
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