New Mayor Brings Old Anti-Crime Methods Back to Liberal City

New Mayor Brings Old Anti-Crime Methods Back to Liberal City

New York City has a new mayor and he doesn’t like “broken windows” any more than Rudy Giuliani did. Everybody knows the Big Apple “is in the midst of a staggering crime wave.” Concerned citizens are really happy to see Rudy’s anti-crime units back on the street. They were re-branded as “anti-gun units” to appease liberals but the job is the same.

Mayor Adams gets aggressive

Violent crime numbers for things like murder, rape, robbery and assault skyrocketed in New York City under Bill de Blasio’s liberal Democrat administration. The new mayor, Eric Adams, was elected in a clear referendum to clean up the crime.

He quickly reinstated special NYPD units to patrol city streets and subways, calling them Anti-gun units to make them more palatable to progressives. They’re after the gangsters holding and using illegal guns, not average Second Amendment supporting citizens.

Its come to the point where “New York is a city under siege,” Judicial Watch describes. “Every day brings a new horror story.

Criminals go in and out of the revolving door system with ease, while justice never seems to get done. Police are getting ambushed on a regular basis. Mayor Adams is doing something about it.

Back when Rudy Giuliani was mayor in charge of the city, he implemented a “Broken Windows” theory of policing. The phrase is meant as “a metaphor for urban decline.” When a building’s broken window isn’t repaired, it “soon leads to the other windows being broken and more disorderly conduct.

As Giuliani’s police commissioner William Bratton and George Kelling, the father of Broken Windows theory write, “a neighborhood where minor offenses go unchallenged soon becomes a breeding ground for more serious criminal activity and, ultimately, violence.

Decriminalizing crime

For years, liberal progressives have been decriminalizing crimes one by one. Then they defunded the police out of existence. Citizens not yet ready to try do it yourself justice elected Mayor Adams, begging him to put a stop to “public urination, public drinking, littering, and subway turnstile jumping.” De Blasio had legalized all those things.

Now shoplifting is being decriminalized in liberal jurisdictions, too. Along with incidents of harassment, menacing and petty theft. Not to mention the looting and actual breaking of windows as fallout from those justice for George Floyd peaceful protests.

Mayor Adams had a solution. A “refreshed version of the successful but controversial NYPD anti-crime unit, which was disbanded in 2020.” Each six-member team “will aggressively tackle gun crime in New York.

Around 170 are on the street already, “focusing on high crime areas.” Adams wants to get bail laws back on track and “crackdown on transit crime with an increased police presence in the subways.

The first of Mayor Adams’ new units made “a first arrest just two hours into the first patrol — an alleged member of the Bloods crime gang with a loaded 9mm handgun.

By the end of the very first week, the units “had arrested thirty more suspects and taken ten illegal guns off the streets.” Someone needs to mail them some donuts.


He Was Caught Outside Her Window With His Pants Down

He Was Caught Outside Her Window With His Pants Down


A Deltona, Florida peeping tom was caught outside a woman’s window with his pants down. This isn’t going to play out well for him…

Apparently, deputies were monitoring a Deltona neighborhood for a prowler who had exposed himself to a woman last week, and they ultimately caught him on a Saturday night last August. Not only that, but this man had his pants down outside another victim’s bedroom window.

Francisco Javier Orozco Gutierrez, 37, of Deltona, was arrested by members of the Deltona Crime Suppression Team after they engaged him in a short foot chase around the corner he was prowling on at Dunlap Drive.

Deputies had been working on that case since an incident last Monday where that same suspect had been knocking on a victim’s bedroom window and then proceeded to expose himself to her when she went to her sliding glass door. The Deltona Sheriff’s Office posted a public safety alert in regards to the incident and detectives canvassed the area, speaking to neighbors, and researching the sex offenders that lived in the area. However, none of these potential suspects matched the description given by the victim.

Around 2 a.m. that following Wednesday, another resident on nearby Lavilla Street made a report of someone knocking on their front door. Once at the scene, deputies immediately found a shoe print that evidently matched a Nike sneaker.

It was around 9 p.m. on Thursday that deputies yet again responded to the victim’s home on Friday and Saturday night, and it was around 8:45 p.m. when they spotted the man peeking in the window. He was also knocking loudly on her rear sliding glass door for a number of minutes.

When the Deltona CST Sheriff’s Deputies were conducting surveillance on this residence, they noticed that he not only was looking in one window, but he transitioned to another one! The deputies also couldn’t help but notice that the guy had his pants down around his knees and his hands were occupied in front of him as well. They challenged the suspect and he stood up and ran away. However, he was apprehended by another deputy a few seconds later.

After Orozco was caught, they eventually charged him with indecent exposure, stalking, voyeurism, prowling or loitering, and possession of drug paraphernalia after the deputies found a crack pipe in the immediate area where Orozco was caught. They transported him to the Volusia County Branch jail where he was held on $33,000 bond.


Illegal Alien Breaks Into Senior Living Facility, Does These Disgusting Acts to Elderly Woman

Illegal Alien Breaks Into Senior Living Facility, Does These Disgusting Acts to Elderly Woman

Illegal Immigrant
Illegal Immigrant

We’ve got illegal aliens committing crimes everywhere, and one even broke into a senior living facility, and you won’t believe what he did!

According to authorities, there is now an illegal immigrant who is in custody because he allegedly took advantage of an elderly woman at a nursing home. He is now being held on $1 million bail.

It was last May when this 20-year-old Stuart Florida illegal immigrant (notice that I didn’t say “native”) was arrested and charged with raping an 82-year-old woman. Marvin Ailon-Mendoza was an illegal immigrant who entered the United States under the Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC) designation at the U.S.-Mexican border.

According to the Martin County Sheriff’s, in addition to being an illegal immigrant, Ailon-Mendoza apparently has prior convictions as well. It was this specific incident where Ailon-Mendoza had allegedly broken into the senior living facility and then sexually assaulted this terrified senior citizen.

A federal source confirmed his status as an illegal immigrant and also noted that he had been arrested three other times in Martin County.

As an adult, Ailon-Mendoza has been charged with a myriad of offenses, including exposing himself at a park in Stuart where he was on a bicycle and children were present. The arrest report notes that a woman had called 911 to report that this man was on a bicycle and he was masturbating in broad daylight at Shepard’s Park.

Ailon-Mendoza spent nearly a year in jail for that crime, but according to the local sheriff the local branch of the ICE dropped the ball and refused to deport him for that offense. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said that his office routinely notifies ICE when they have a foreign national inmate at their jail.

“We use the term ‘the immigration system is broken.’ A broken immigration system infers that there is a system,” Snyder said. “It does not appear to us and local law enforcement at least if there’s any system that the federal government has any idea what they are doing.”

During his latest news conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) said in a statement:

“I think what has been going on is a big tragedy. There was not a crisis on January 20th on that border. Not to say everything was resolved, but the policies were working and those were all thrown out for political or ideological reasons and the result has been what we have been dealing with now.”

Ailon-Mendoza was arrested about a week after the incident at the nursing home. The victim told police that it was around 3 a.m. when a masked assailant woke her up and sexually battered her. Ailon-Mendoza now faces three charges. These include sexual battery by great force, false imprisonment while masked, and burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery while masked. Bond was set at $200,000 for the sexual battery charge, $200,000 for the burglary charge, and $120,000 for the false imprisonment charge.

Authorities also confirmed that Ailon-Mendoza had four previous arrests and three of them were felonies. However, he wasn’t charged in any of them. According to Snyder, in this latest incident, he was armed with a knife and he used some sort of “binding material” on the victim.

He and the woman did not know each other at all before the assault. The woman told the deputies that she locked her door that night, so it isn’t clear how he was able to break it. Snyder said that neighbors of Ailon-Mendoza were so scared of him that they were buying double locks. Sheriff Snyder capped it off by saying the following:

“A frightened community can rest more peacefully tonight. This offender is behind bars.”

Snyder also said there very easily could be more victims. He said:

“Crimes like these tend to be repetitive and turn out to be serial offenses. We have every reason to be suspicious this wasn’t his first time.”


Two GOP Operatives Charged By DOJ

GOP Operatives
GOP Operatives

Two GOP operatives are now being charged by the Department of Justice due to the fact that they were attempting to bend the rules.

It looks like a former senior aide to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator Rand Paul is now in big trouble. He was indicted earlier this month for allegedly funneling $25,000 from a wealthy, anonymous Russian benefactor to Trump’s reelection efforts in 2020. Yeah, you read that right. Only $25,000.

But before I digress too much, here is the big picture: the Justice Department is alleging that Jesse Benton, 43, the husband of the niece of Rand Paul and a veteran GOP staffer himself, had orchestrated a scheme where he would conceal this illegal foreign donation with Doug Wead, another GOP operative.

The details are as follows: the indictment was unsealed on Monday, and it alleged that there was a convoluted money trail from this unnamed Russian national through the consulting firm run by Benton and going to a Trump joint fundraising committee.

This Russian national was determined to underwrite this Trump fundraising event so that he could get a photo with the former president, according to communications between both Benton and Wead as noted in the indictment.

The indictment is alleging that Benton had received up to $100,000 from the Russian national and passed on 25% of that money to the joint fundraising committee. He is also being accused of pocketing the remaining $75,000.

Benton and Wead each face six different criminal charges, including conspiracy and abetting a foreign political contributor.

Neither Benton nor Wead have been commenting on the matter.

These GOP operatives were previously convicted Wead of filing false statements in connection to a scheme to funnel money from Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign to a well-known Iowa politician who had backed Paul in that state’s presidential caucus.

Trump pardoned Benton in the December prior to him leaving office.


Man Gets Decades in Prison for Murdering His Mother, Raping Her

Man Gets Decades in Prison for Murdering His Mother, Raping Her
Decades in Prison
Decades in Prison

Of all of the heinous crimes you can do, this one man actually got decades in prison for murdering his mother and sexually assaulting her!

A Welch, Oklahoma man has now been sentenced in Federal Court on Friday to a 540-month sentence for not only brutally beating his 81-year-old mother, but also sexually assaulting her on August 4, 2011. It was in July 2021 that Michael Joe Rice, 58, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Indian Country and admitted that he had killed his mother by beating her to death, and then later that is when he came back and sexually assaulted her.

Immediately after Rice’s statement at the sentencing, Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark Morgan criticized Rice for neglecting to even offer a simple apology for sexually assaulting and murdering his own mother. Morgan went on to note that a 540-month prison sentence would at least ensure that Rice was held accountable for what he did while sparing the rest of the family the trauma of having to undergo further courtroom proceedings.

Court documents describe how Michael Rice and his then-girlfriend described how they found his adoptive mother in the back hallway of her home in Welch and they believed she had passed away. She told the sheriff’s deputies where to find the victim’s home, and that was when law enforcement found the victim to indeed be dead in her home.

It was later on August 29, 2011, that the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation interviewed him. Rice told the agents that the murder happened because he was angry over money and that he had been depressed. He told agents that he first went to his mother’s house and began hitting her multiple times before he tackled her to the ground. His mother proceeded to ask him why he was hitting her in her head, and that is when Rice grabbed some nearby bags and stuffed them in her mouth so that she would stop yelling.

Rice continued his assault and eventually went back to his house after she had stopped talking. He told investigators that he wasn’t sure if he had killed her, but she wasn’t responding.

The Chief Medical Examiner confirmed that the victim had confirmed blunt force trauma to the head and that she had indeed been sexually assaulted.

Rice was a citizen of the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes of Oklahoma and had previously pleaded guilty to the murder in Craig County District Court but he challenged his state conviction based on the Supreme Court rulings of McGirt v. Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Criminal Appeals ruling in Hogner v. Oklahoma. At the time, the U.S. Attorney’s office had determined that Rice was yet again guilty in July 2021. They ultimately upheld his state conviction in September 2021.

“Michael Rice brutally assaulted his mother and left her for dead,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson. “His actions were heinous and inexcusable. I am thankful for the state and federal investigators and prosecutors who have worked diligently since 2011 to hold this killer accountable for his crimes.”

All we can do is thank god that monsters such as Michael Rice remain locked up for decades in prison and off the streets.


Operation Clean Sweep: Nearly 200 Dirtbags Taken Down By U.S. Marshals

Operation Clean Sweep: Nearly 200 Dirtbags Taken Down By U.S. Marshals

Opration Clean Sweep
Opration Clean Sweep

U.S. Marshals did a laudable job in Operation Clean Sweep, taking down at least 200 dirtbags and getting them off the streets!

The U.S. Marshals Service conducted a high-impact fugitive apprehension initiative that focused on some of the worst offenders in the state of New Jersey. This enforcement endeavor was called “Operation Clean Sweep”, and it resulted in the arrest of more than 190 career criminals, sex offenders, fugitives, and gang members throughout the Garden State.

“By employing a strategically focused approach to policing, our state, county, local, and federal jurisdictions, partners were able to locate and apprehend some of the most dangerous fugitives in the state of New Jersey. By removing these violent offenders from the streets, the communities they preyed upon can immediately feel more secure.” said U.S. Marshal Juan Mattos Jr.

“Clean Sweep” was a month-long operation that focused special attention on areas within the Garden State that were designated as priority counties, including Essex, Camden, Mercer, Atlantic, and Gloucester.

It was during this operation that the district of New Jersey and the New York/New Jersey Regional Figitive Task Force used their multi-jurisdictional investigative powers to arrest at least six dozen gang members and several others wanted on homicide charges. They arrested 80 for weapons offenses and over 1,400 kilograms of illegal narcotics, over $5,000 in currency, and 16 firearms.

“Many fugitives tend to re-commit violent crimes which increases danger to communities by making the neighborhoods where we live and work unsafe” said Mattos. “By collaborating with our state, county, local, and federal partners, and conducting enforcement endeavors like Operation Clean Sweep, law enforcement serves to disrupt these criminal activities. “


Attorney General Merrick Garland Puts a Choke Hold on Law Enforcement

Attorney General Merrick Garland Puts a Choke Hold on Law Enforcement

Merrick Garland
Merrick Garland

Attorney General Merrick Garland has put a choke-hold on law enforcement with some new measures that are designed to make everything fair…

The Department of Justice had a seven-day period a few weeks ago that was the stuff of envy, according to liberals, anyhow. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced some new rules regarding police brutality, including bans on chokeholds and no-knock warrants. He also sought to ensure that the Justice Department wasn’t funding agencies that engaging in racial discrimination.

“This was a big week for civil rights at the DOJ,” figurehead Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, shared in a thread she started regarding the progress on Twitter Thursday. “Proof that elections matter and that having civil rts attys in DOJ leadership matters. Let me walk you through what’s happened in just this one week. It’s actually astounding.”

One of the main steps forward for Ifill and her associates was to be in the form of a review of the Department of Justice’s use of monitors who are overseeing implementation of the consent decrees. The New York Times termed these legal mechanisms as “court-approved deals between the Justice Department and local governmental agencies that are creating a road map for changes to the way that they operate.”

“The department has found that – while consent decrees and monitorships are important tools to increase transparency and accountability – the department can and should do more to improve their efficiency and efficacy,” Garland said in a news release. “The Associate Attorney General has recommended – and I have accepted – a set of 19 actions that the department will take to address those concerns.” Those actions include capping monitoring fees on consent decrees, requiring stakeholder input, imposing specified terms for monitors, and requiring a hearing after five years “so that jurisdictions can demonstrate the progress it has made, and if possible, to move for termination.”

“Consent decrees have proven to be vital tools in upholding the rule of law and promoting transformational change in the state and local governmental entities where they are used,” Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta said in that same news release. “The department must do everything it can to guarantee that they remain so by working to ensure that the monitors who help implement these decrees do so efficiently, consistently and with meaningful input and participation from the communities they serve.”

And all of the above action to destroy this country from within was only on Monday.

Kristen Clarke is the leader of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, and she announced on Tuesday that they were going to launch an investigation into unconstitutional mistreatment of prisoners in Georgia, as noted by the New York Times.

“Under the Eighth Amendment of our Constitution, those who have been convicted of crimes and sentenced to serve time in prison must never be subjected to ‘cruel and unusual punishments,’” Clarke said when she announced this investigation.

At least 26 people died last year due to “confirmed or suspected homicide” in Georgia prisons, and although this year has been an improvement, there have still been at least 18 of them. This doesn’t include inmates who were left to die in horrible conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inmates that were facing that threat even rioted at the Ware State Prison.

There were two inmates at the facility who died of COVID-19, not to mention the fact that there had been 22 other prisoners and 32 staff members who had come down with COVID as well.

“This is huge. The humanitarian crisis in southern prisons is a critically important issue,” Ifill tweeted of Clarke’s announcement.“Then the DOJ announced that it will ban the use of no-knock entries and chokeholds by federal law enforcement officers (except in cases where deadly force is authorized – more to probe abt the exception to be sure).”

The decision follows the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.

“Building trust and confidence between law enforcement and the public we serve is central to our mission at the Justice Department,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a news release. “The limitations implemented today on the use of ‘chokeholds,’ ‘carotid restraints’ and ‘no-knock’ warrants, combined with our recent expansion of body-worn cameras to DOJ’s federal agents, are among the important steps the department is taking to improve law enforcement safety and accountability.”

Also on Ifill’s list of Justice Department wins is a review to make sure it isn’t awarding grants to law enforcement agencies that engage in racial discrimination. That review could have wide-reaching effects, touching transportation, health care, education, and pretty much every other department that receives federal funding, The New York Times reported. “Approximately $4.5 billion in federal funding flows through the department to police departments, courts and correctional facilities, as well as victim services groups, research organizations and nonprofit groups,” Times writer Katie Benner wrote. “All of these organizations, not just police departments, could be affected by this review.”

Ifill tweeted that she hasn’t seen a week this productive in a long time, noting that “each with the potential to result in fundamental shifts in longstanding discriminatory practices.” She also said the following: “I’m remembering AG Garland’s confirmation testimony in which he explained that he needed AAG @vanitaguptaCR & Asst AG for Civil Rights @KristenClarkeJD on his team in particular to help him with critical areas of the work with which he does not have experience.”

”This week feels like an important return on his commitment to assembling this rich team.” Now, if you can read through most of this without gagging, all the more power to you. Just like Ancient Rome, “bread and circuses” here we come…


Turpin Family House of Horrors: Victims Break Silence

Turpin Family House of Horrors: Victims Break Silence

Turpin Family
Turpin Family

The Turpin family had 13 children, but there is no question that they had a house of horrors, and it might take years of therapy for the kids to get through it.

Two California sisters from the Turpin family are now breaking their silence regarding the fact that they were held hostage by their family at the Turpin “House of Horrors” and perhaps one of the most notable things they are saying is that they were “close to death.”

Their parents were David and Louise Turpin, and they pleaded guilty in 2019 to years of abuse and torture of 12 of their 13 children, ultimately being sentenced to life in prison with a possibility of parole in 25 years due to these awful allegations of abuse and neglect.

According to investigators, the youngest child wasn’t abused.

The investigation began when one of the oldest siblings reported her abusive parents, calling 911 and saying that her sisters were “chained up” in one of the bedrooms.

“My whole body was shaking,” Jordan Turpin told ABC News in one of their promotional clips regarding the story on one November Tuesday.

“I couldn’t really dial 911,” she says before she began choking up, and then Diane Sawyer interjected, “I don’t know how you had the courage.”

“I think it was us coming so close to death so many times,” she says in the clip released by ABC’s “20/20.” The full special, titled, “Escape From a House of Horror” aired on November 19.

Jordan Turpin was 17 at the time and she had climbed out of a window just before 6 a.m. on January 14, 2018 to escape from her parents’ house in Perris, California, which is about 70 miles southeast of Los Angeles. She dialed 911 and told a dispatcher, “I just ran away from home because I live in a family of 15 and we have abusing parents.”

Prosecutors alleged that children had been subjected to “frequent beatings” and “even strangulation” and they weren’t even allowed to go to the bathroom unshackled. “Mother, she choked me. And I thought she was going to die,” Jordan recalled when she was recently interviewed by Diane Sawyer.

Body camera footage had shown the officers knocking on the door of the home, and then David Turpin proceeds to answer and admits to police that he does indeed have guns but they are locked up.

“My two little sisters right now are chained up,” Jordan is heard telling a deputy. “On their bed.”

“What are your parents going to do when they find out you left?” a deputy asks on the body cam footage. Jordan is heard answering, “They are going to want to literally kill me.”

There is body cam footage that is showing the family matriarch, Louise, near the front hallway answering a question from police and admitting that they have 13 children. Not soon after, the officer is heard saying, “Sarge, we’ve got another room in the front right here with two kiddos in the bed,” and the body cameras from the police officers showed the chains in place on the bed.

A second sister participating in the interview described it this way to Sawyer, “The only word I know how to call it is hell.”

“They’re strong. They’re not broken. They’ve got this,” she adds of her siblings now. She described to Sawyer how a few of the children were sometimes chained to their beds for months.

Before their parents were sentenced, one of the daughters, who was only identified as Jane Doe No. 4, said that her parents had taken “my whole life away from me, but now I am taking it back.”



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