Rest in Peace Jim Nabors….you will be missed greatly..

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Whats WORSE is having a TRICK ASS BITCH for a so called Partner.

Chicago cop cited for racist and threatening Facebook posts

Chicago Police Department headquarters. (File)

Chicago Police Department headquarters. (File)

An oversight agency for the Chicago Police Department has cited a veteran officer for more than 60 rule violations, including openly advocating for civil war and Facebook posts that that it deemed to be racist, Islamophobic or threatening.

A 95-page report obtained by the Chicago Tribune shows that the Civilian Office of Police Accountability sustained 62 allegations of rule-breaking against Officer Brian J. Hansen.

“There can be no doubt, based on PO Hansen’s Facebook activity and vehicle decals, that PO Hansen cannot live out this mission,” the investigators wrote.

Most of the allegations involved Facebook comments Hansen posted between 2015 and 2017, according to the report.

“Alarmingly, PO Hansen also openly advocated for ‘civil war,’ encouraged people to settle their differences through violence, and even publicly supported the ‘code of silence,'” the report said.

Among posts he shared was one of a cartoon boy urinating on the word “Allah” and one referring to African-American children as “wild African kids.”

The agency said Hansen argued that his off-duty comments were protected by the First Amendment.

But it said the police department’s general order prohibits officers from using social media to post content that’s “disparaging to a person or group based on race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other protected class.”

The report noted that officers can be fired for bigoted speech without violating the First Amendment. The agency also said that police officers are subject to greater First Amendment restraints than most other citizens.

Since August, the 25-year veteran has been stripped of his police powers and assigned to paid desk duty, according to the report. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has up to three months to make a recommendation on Hansen’s employment to the Chicago Police Board. The board will ultimately decide Hansen’s future with the department.

Neither Hansen nor his attorney returned the newspaper’s phone calls seeking comment.

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Just more SCUM from the Clintons….. When is a NOOSE and a DROP gonna happen to these CRIMINALS?

And of COURSE his SCUMBAG WHORE WIFE is FURIOUS! ITS INTERRUPTING THE MONEY FLOW TO THE FOUNDATION AND HER ATTEMPTS AT ESCAPING JUSTICE

FUCK THE CLINTONS THEY SHOULD BOTH BE DOWNED!

 

There’s New Accusations Against Bill Clinton – And They’re Gross

November 20, 2017

There are new allegations of sexual misconduct against Bill Clinton…

It was only a matter of time.

With everything that has come out in the past few weeks, I was shocked that Bill hadn’t been targeted yet. There have been rumblings about how people should reconsider the OLD allegations, but so far I hadn’t heard of any new ones.

Well, it’s time.

Here we go:

Bill Clinton is facing explosive new charges of sexual assault from four women, according to highly placed Democratic Party sources and an official who served in both the Clinton and Obama administrations.

The current accusations against the 71-year-old former president — whose past is littered with charges of sexual misconduct — stem from the period after he left the White House in 2001, say the sources.

Attorneys representing the women, who are coordinating their efforts, have notified Clinton they are preparing to file four separate lawsuits against him.

As part of the ongoing negotiations, the attorneys for the women are asking for substantial payouts in return for their clients’ silence.

A member of Clinton’s legal team has confirmed the existence of the new allegations.

So yes, it’s happening.

I wonder if Hill considers this ‘Bimbo Eruption Part II’ or if these women ‘deserve to be believed.’

HAHA, funny joke. I know.

Back in the late 1990s, Clinton paid $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit by Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee whose case led to Clinton’s impeachment in the House of Representatives and his subsequent acquittal by the Senate in 1999.

The negotiations in the new lawsuits are said to have reached a critical stage.

If they fail, according to sources in Clinton’s inner circle, the four women are said to be ready to air their accusations of sexual assault at a press conference, making Clinton the latest — and most famous — figure in a long list of men from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey who have recently been accused of sexual assault.

The new allegations refer to incidents that took place more than 10 years ago, in the early 2000s, when Clinton was hired by Ron Burkle, the playboy billionaire investor, to work at his Yucaipa companies.

Clinton helped Burkle generate business and flew around the world with a flock of beautiful young women on Burkle’s private jet, which was nicknamed ‘Air F**k One.’

The four women, who have not yet revealed their identities, were employed in low-level positions at the Burkle organization when they were in their late teens and claim they were sexually assaulted by the former president.

‘Air F**k One’ …. classy. And totally expected.

The lawsuits have reached a ‘critical stage,’ huh? So this isn’t just some BS headline.

Contacted for a comment on the women’s allegations, a member of Clinton’s legal team said: ‘Obviously, I’m aware of [the allegations] but can’t talk about them.’

The new charges are likely to revive the debate over why Democrats defended Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal and why liberals and feminists ignored credible charges of sexual assault against the 42nd president, not only from Paula Jones, but also from Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and others.

‘Bill is distraught at the thought of having to testify and defend himself against sex charges again,’ said a Democratic Party official who is familiar with the case.

‘He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud.’

The source added that Hillary Clinton is furious with her husband for getting entangled in yet another sexual scandal.

Of COURSE Hillary is furious!

Not that Bill continues victimizing women…. but for making messes she thinks she’ll need to ‘clean up.’

The author of the original source goes in HARD for Hillary:

She reportedly offered to hire private detectives to dig up dirt on the women, but Bill Clinton’s attorneys persuaded her to not interfere.

‘In the past Hillary had a team of detectives that managed to silence a number of women in Little Rock who had complaints about Bill’s unwanted sexual advances,’ said the source.

‘But now Hillary admits there’s a different atmosphere in our culture about sexual harassment and it’s not possible to intimidate women into silence about charges once they make up their mind to speak up.

‘Hillary wants to remain in the public eye as a leader of the resistance to Donald Trump and play a major role in politics for years to come, including maybe even running for president again in 2020,’ the source continued.

‘She’s afraid this latest scandal could destroy the Clinton legacy and torpedo her plans.

Up to her same old dirty tricks, I see.

Hillary is an absolute she-demon.

This hag came THIS CLOSE to being our president.

(First reported by the Chicks On The Right)  https://www.chicksonright.com/2017/11/20/theres-new-accusations-bill-clinton-theyre-gross/  (November 20, 2017)

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Helter Skelter is no more, as Charles Manson died Sunday at 83 but what happened to the rest of the Cult Followers?

While Manson SHOULD have been sucking the Cloud in the California Gas Chamber (which was his original sentence) the Ball Sucking Liberals of California decided that was ‘too harsh’ for him. Funny, hang a pregnant woman by the wrists in a tree and cut the fetus out of her DOESNT seem atrocious enough to gas the bastard?  Here is what happened to the rest of the braindead followers who should have been sucking the cloud with Manson…

 

 

Factbox: Where Charles Manson’s cult followers are now

 

 

Where they SHOULD have died:gas chamber

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ANOTHER reason (besides Benghazi) this CUNT needs to be hung….

Former Secret Service Agent Who Worked For Hillary DESTROYS Her ‘She Deceives With Ease and Skill’

Former Secret Service agent who worked for Hillary, Dan Bongino came out swinging this week and destroyed Clinton in a viral tweet.

Bongino has firsthand experience with Hillary and often slams her as a liar and a fraud.

“I worked for Hillary. She’s the most inauthentic human being, holding a position of prominence, that I’ve ever met. It’s not just that she lies and deceives, it’s that she does it with such ease and skill. Caveat emptor.” Bongino tweeted.

I worked for Hillary. She’s the most inauthentic human being, holding a position of prominence, that I’ve ever met. It’s not just that she lies and deceives, it’s that she does it with such ease and skill. Caveat emptor.

Bongino isn’t the only secret service agent who feels this way about Hillary. Others have come forward with their horror stories of how poorly Hillary treated secret service and other White House staff.

Former Secret Service officer Gary Byrne authored a book titled Crisis of Character where he reveals how dangerous Hillary Clinton really is. He claims Hillary had an explosive temper and often screamed at terrified staffers.

Thank God Hillary lost the presidential election in 2016. The next step is for her to be investigated and prosecuted for her life of crimes.

Paging AG Sessions!

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Rest in Peace Higgins….. :(

John Hillerman

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John Hillerman
John Hillerman Betty White The Betty White Show 1977 (cropped) 2.jpg

Hillerman in The Betty White Show, 1977
Born John Benedict Hillerman
December 20, 1932
Denison, Texas, U.S.
Died November 9, 2017 (aged 84)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Alma mater University of Texas at Austin
Occupation Actor
Years active 1957–1999

John Benedict Hillerman (December 20, 1932 – November 9, 2017) was an American actor best known for his starring role as Jonathan Quayle Higgins IIIon the television show Magnum, P.I. that aired from 1980–88. For his role as Higgins, Hillerman earned five Golden Globe nominations, winning in 1981, and four Emmy nominations, winning in 1987. He retired from acting in 1999.

Personal life[edit]

Hillerman was born in Denison, Texas, the son of Christopher Benedict Hillerman, a gas station owner, and Lenora Joan (née Medlinger).[1] His father was the grandson of immigrants fromGermany and France.[2] His mother was the daughter of immigrants from Austria and Germany.[2]

When he was 10 years old, Hillerman developed an interest in opera; when he was 12, he took a train to see performances when Metropolitan Opera productions were presented in Dallas.[3] Young Hillerman grew up in Denison and attended St. Xavier’s Academy.[3]

After graduation, he attended the University of Texas at Austin for three years, majoring in journalism.[4]

Military service[edit]

In 1953, Hillerman joined the United States Air Force, working in maintenance in a B-36 wing of the Strategic Air Command.[3]He served for four years and achieved the rank of Sergeant.[5] During his years of military service, he worked with various theatrical groups.[6] He said of his early work with a Fort Worth community theater group: “I was bored with barracks life. I got into it to meet people in town. A light went on.”[3] On his discharge he moved to New York City to study at the American Theatre Wing. In 1957, he began his career in professional theater.[5]

Stage[edit]

Hillerman had “more than 100 leading roles on and off Broadway”.[3] He appeared on Broadway in 1959 in both King Henry IV, Part II and The Great God Brown[7] and worked in live performances in a variety of venues before making his motion picture debut in 1970.[8]

Film[edit]

Hillerman had roles in 20 films, including The Last Picture Show (1971), What’s Up, Doc? (1972), High Plains Drifter (1973),Paper Moon (1973), Blazing Saddles (1974), and Chinatown (1974). His other roles include Lucky Lady (1975), At Long Last Love (1975), and a small appearance in the comedy film Up the Creek (1984).[3]

Television[edit]

Hillerman and Betty White in a 1977 publicity photo for The Betty White Show

In 1975, Hillerman was a co-star in Ellery Queen as Simon Brimmer, a radio detectivewho hosted a radio show and tried to outsmart Ellery Queen (Jim Hutton).[9]:305 From 1976 to 1980, he had a recurring role as Mr. Conners on the sitcom One Day at a Time, and he co-starred as Betty White‘s estranged husband on The Betty White Show(1977-1978).[9] He is perhaps best remembered for his role as former British ArmySergeant Major Jonathan Higgins on the television series Magnum, P.I. (1980–88),[9]:642for which he learned an English accent by listening to a recording of Laurence Olivierreciting Hamlet.[10][note 1] He considered Higgins his favorite role.[11]

In 1982, Hillerman starred in the television pilot of Tales of the Gold Monkey, as a German villain named “Fritz the Monocle”.[12] He hosted the 1984 David Hemmings-directed puzzle video Money Hunt: The Mystery of the Missing Link.[13] In 1990, Hillerman returned to television to perform for one season as Lloyd Hogan in the sitcomThe Hogan Family.[9]:465 That same year, he portrayed Dr. Watson to Edward Woodward‘s Sherlock Holmes in Hands of a Murderer.[12]

In 1993, he appeared in Berlin Break for one season.[10] He played the role of Mac Mackenzie, a former spy and currently the proprietor of “Mac’s”, a bar in West Berlinconsidered to be neutral territory during the Cold War.[9] He teamed up with two jobless spies as investigators: Valentin Renko (Nicholas Clay), an ex-KGB agent, and Willy Richter (Kai Wulff), an ex-BND (West German secret service) operative.[5] The show reunited him with Jeff MacKay, who portrayed “Mac” MacReynolds in Magnum P.I..[14]

Later years and death[edit]

After Hillerman retired from acting in 1999, he returned to his home state of Texas.[11] On November 9, 2017, he died at hisHouston home at the age of 84, and had been in declining health near the end of his life.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Sources: [14][5][12][15][16][17]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1970 They Call Me Mister Tibbs! Reporter Uncredited
1971 Lawman Totts
1971 The Last Picture Show Teacher
1972 What’s Up, Doc? Hotel Manager Kaltenborn
1972 The Carey Treatment Jenkins
1972 Skyjacked Walter Brandt
1972 The Outside Man Manager
1973 The Thief Who Came to Dinner Edmund Lasker
1973 High Plains Drifter Bootmaker
1973 Paper Moon Deputy Hardin/Jess Hardin
1973 The Naked Ape Psychiatrist
1974 Blazing Saddles Howard Johnson
1974 The Nickel Ride Carl
1974 Chinatown Yelburton
1975 At Long Last Love Rodney James
1975 The Day of the Locust Ned Grote
1975 Lucky Lady McTeague
1977 Audrey Rose Scott
1979 Sunburn Webb
1981 History of the World, Part I Rich Man (French Revolution)
1984 Up the Creek Dean Burch
1989 Gummibärchen küßt man nicht Padre
1996 A Very Brady Sequel Dr. Whitehead

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1971 Sweet, Sweet Rachel Medical Examiner Television film
1972 The Sixth Sense Adrian Weems Episode: “Once Upon a Chilling”
1972 Mannix Larry Lawton Episode: “Light and Shadow”
1972 The Great Man’s Whiskers Major Underwood Television film
1973 Mannix J. H. Morell Episode: “Silent Target”
1974 Maude Drunk Episode: “The Commuter Station”
1974 Kojak Mark Gallant Episode: “The Only Way Out”
1974 The Law Thomas Rachel Television film
1975 Mannix Norman Thompson Episode: “Search for a Dead Man”
1975 The Bob Crane Show Dean Harrington Episode: “The Son of the Campus Capers”
1975–76 Ellery Queen Simon Brimmer 8 episodes
1976 Serpico Raoul Christie Episode: “Rapid Fire”
1976 Hawaii Five-O Donald Blair Episode: “Man on Fire”
1976 Wonder Woman Conrad Steigler Episode: “Wonder Woman vs Gargantua”
1976–80 One Day at a Time Mr. Connors 6 episodes
1977 Delvecchio Dr. Augustus Hamilton Episode: “Licensed to Kill”
1977–78 The Betty White Show John Elliott 14 episodes
1978 Hawaii Five-O Nelson Bodine Episode: “A Stranger in His Grave”
1978 Little House on the Prairie Sterling Murdock Episode: “Harriet’s Happening”
1979 The Love Boat Ed Hartnett 2 episodes
1980 Soap Minister Episode: “3.12”
1980 Young Maverick McBurney Episode: “Makin’ Tracks”
1980 Hart to Hart Victor Sutter Episode: “Cruise At Your Own Risk”
1980 Tenspeed and Brown Shoe William Whitney Episode: “Diamonds Aren’t Forever”
1980 Lou Grant Sturbridge Episode: “Pack”
1980–88 Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins 158 episodes
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film (1983, 1985, 1987–88)
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (1984–86)
1982 Tales of the Gold Monkey Monocle 2 episodes
1982 Simon & Simon Jonathan Higgins Episode: “Emeralds Are Not a Girl’s Best Friend”
1983 The Love Boat Manfred Episode: “The Last Case”
1986 Murder, She Wrote Jonathan Higgins Episode: “Magnum on Ice”
1989 Around the World in 80 Days Sir Francis Commarty 3 episodes
1990 Hands of a Murderer Dr. John Watson Television film
1990–91 The Hogan Family Lloyd Hogan 13 episodes
1992 Murder, She Wrote Edgar Greenstreet Episode: “Murder on Madison Avenue”

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Result
Primetime Emmy Awards
1984 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Magnum, P.I. Nominated[18]
1985 Nominated[19]
1986 Nominated[20]
1987 Won[21]
Golden Globe Awards
1982 Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Magnum, P.I. Won[22]
1983 Nominated[22]
1985 Nominated[22]
1987 Nominated[22]
1988 Nominated[22]

Notes[edit]

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And we fucking hate you too! BURN IN HELL NIGGER and FUCK YOUR FAMILY TOO!

Torrey McNabb (Source: Alabama Department of Corrections)Torrey McNabb (Source: Alabama Department of Corrections)

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) –The Alabama Department of Corrections executed Torrey McNabb Thursday night for his conviction in the 1997 murder of Montgomery police officer Anderson Gordon. McNabb was declared dead at 9:38 p.m. by lethal injection at Holman Prison in Atmore.

McNabb refused a final breakfast and dinner. He did not want prayer or a chaplin before, during or after the execution, and his final statement was directed at his family and the State of Alabama as they witnessed the execution.

“Mom and sis, look at my eyes, I’ve got no tears in my eyes. I’m unafraid. To the State of Alabama I hate you mother f***er, I hate you.”

McNabb was found guilty of killing Gordon in September 1997. The officer had driven up on an automobile crash caused by McNabb as he fled from a bail bondsman. McNabb opened fire on the officer, killing him.

In addition to members of the media being witnesses, McNabb’s two sisters, mother and two attorneys, as well as the victim’s wife, two children, and three siblings, watched as he was put to death.

The execution started at 8:56 p.m. A defiant McNabb made fists with both hands, then raised both middle fingers. After the injection started, he made eye contact with his family but continued clenching his fists. Following the execution, ADOC Commissioner Jeff Dunn said he considered the movements involuntary and said it was not uncommon.

ADOC officials conducted two consciousness checking on the man, the second around 9:17 p.m. McNabbed reached up with his right arm and moved his head, making a face but never opening his eyes. His attorneys showed concern about his state of consciousness and his family audibly stated their concern that he was still conscious.   (FUCK this niggers family! I hope he WAS alert and felt his breathing stop.)

After 9:20 p.m. witnesses reported there were no movements made by McNabb. At 9:31 p.m. the curtain to the chamber was closed. McNabb was pronounced dead five minutes later.

Following the execution, Gov. Kay Ivey released a statement that reads:

“Though Mr. McNabb did not formally ask for clemency, I gave his case, and his sentence, the deepest level of consideration possible. Whenever an individual in Alabama is scheduled to be executed, I take seriously my responsibility to weigh the circumstances of the case, mitigating and aggravating factors and the need to ensure justice is served.

“Mr. McNabb was convicted by a jury of his peers of killing a police officer who was sitting defenseless in his patrol car, while on duty. Police officers across Alabama make great sacrifices to protect our people and to ensure proper enforcement of our laws. It is tragic that Mr. McNabb chose to murder Officer Anderson Gordon for simply trying to talk to him. Courts at every level have upheld Mr. McNabb’s conviction for his senseless act.

“Due to the nature of his crime, the decision of a jury to condemn him to death and because our legal system has worked as designed, Mr. McNabb’s sentence was carried out.”

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall also released a statement that read:

“The 20-year wait for justice is finally over for the family of Montgomery Police Corporal Anderson Gordon III.   In 1997, Torrey McNabb took the life of Officer Gordon, shooting him five times as he sat in his patrol car. Tonight, the family of Officer Gordon can finally seek peace.”

McNabb’s final week saw a frenzy of court filings by attorneys seeking to delay or stop his execution, as well as state leaders seeking to move forward with capital punishment 20 years after Officer Gordon was gunned down.

A federal judge halted the execution earlier in the week, and the 11th Circuit Court of Criminal Appeals upheld that stay. McNabb was one of several death row inmates challenging the constitutionality of Alabama’s execution by lethal injection.

Thursday afternoon, the Supreme Court vacated a lower court’s order that stayed the execution. Within minutes of that ruling, McNabb’s attorneys sought an emergency motion for a traditional stay of execution from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, which was immediately denied.

McNabb got a short delay when, just minutes before he was to be put to death, his attorneys got notice from the Supreme Court that it was issuing a temporary stay in order to review their emergency request.

Just over two hours later, however, the Supreme Court vacated its temporary stay, giving the convicted man no more avenues to fight his death sentence.

 

And may your black cop killin ass BURN IN HELL MOTHERFUCKER! 

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