EXCLUSIVE: Southern California Edison is blamed for ‘failing to maintain its overhead electrical facilities in a safe manner and perform vegetation management’ in first Woolsey Fire lawsuit

Friday, November 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

The suit filed is brought by Michael Henthorn, 58, a Malibu resident whose home was destroyed in the fire The case is expected to attract hundreds of plaintiffs, according to court papers obtained by In the documents, Henthorn’s lawyers claim that SCE is required to make sure its power lines and utility poles... »

Police Met With “Irate, Irrational” SoCal Mass-Shooter In April, “Didn’t Feel He Warranted Psych Hold”

Thursday, November 8, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden Thu, 11/08/2018 Update 3: More details have emerged about the shooter, 28-year-old Ian David Long, who opened fire at let off at least 30 shots from a Glock with an extended magazine. Long, a former-marine, was dressed in all black during the shooting and eventually turned the gun on himself... »

‘Don’t worry about life jackets – you won’t need them’: Duck boat survivor whose NINE relatives – including her husband and 3 kids – drowned, claims the captain waved them away from safety vests

Saturday, July 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

Survivor of duck boat sinking says passengers told they didn’t need life jackets Tia Coleman, who lost nine family members on Thursday, is one of 14 who lived She says there would have been more survivors if they’d all been in life jackets Of 31 passengers and crew, 17 died on the Missouri lake... »

Los Angeles Crime Is Out Of Control: ‘The Current Sheriff Is Hiding Statistics… Murders Up 56%… Property Crime Through The Ceiling’

Monday, June 4, 2018
By Paul Martin

Mac Slavo June 4th, 2018 It’s no secret that major cities around the country are cesspools of criminal activity and violence. And the problem is only go to get worse according Bob Lindsey, a 40-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department and candidate for the top law enforcement job in the... »

An Armed Cop Was on Campus When The Florida Shooting Began—Never Encountered Suspect

Friday, February 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

All the police state measures in the world were in place and everything happened correctly to prevent this shooting, but none of it was used. By Matt Agorist February 15, 2018 Parkland, FL — Another tragic mass shooting has taken place on American soil in which a deranged coward opened fire on innocent... »

Atlanta Blackout and Amtrak Derailment Spark Fears

Tuesday, December 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

Consecutive catastrophes expose America’s vulnerabilities By Dan Lyman Tuesday, December 19, 2017 In less than 24 hours, two major infrastructure crises unfolded in the United States, as Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport was crippled by a major blackout and an Amtrak train derailed in Washington state, killing three and injuring dozens more. The back-to-back incidents... »

US to Pause Naval Operations Worldwide After USS John McCain Crash

Monday, August 21, 2017
By Paul Martin 21.08.2017 The US Navy will pause operations worldwide amid a series of collisions, the most recent between the destroyer John S. McCain and a merchant ship, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said. “This trend demands more forceful action. As such I’ve directed an operational pause be taken in all of our... »

10 Missing, 5 Injured After USS John S. McCain Collides With Oil Tanker Near Straits Of Malacca

Sunday, August 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden Aug 20, 2017 Update: according to the latest US Navy 7th Fleet update, ten sailors are missing and five have been injured after the guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain collided with a merchant vessel, U.S. 7th Fleet Commander says in emailed statement Monday. The collision was reported at 6:24... »

Horror as the bodies of eight people – including two young children – are found inside a sweltering truck in a Texas Walmart parking lot after ‘falling prey to human traffickers’

Sunday, July 23, 2017
By Paul Martin

The shocking discovery was made on Sunday morning at a San Antonio location One of the 38 people found in the hot truck asked a worker for a drink of water Employee gave them a drink, then immediately called police about the incident The dead bodies were found in a non-air conditioned trailer by... »

HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier runs on Windows XP, vulnerable to cyberattack

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
By Paul Martin 27 Jun, 2017 The HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of Britain’s two brand new aircraft carriers which left port on Monday for sea tests, runs on outdated Windows XP software which is vulnerable to cyberattack. It is the same software controversially used on the UK’s nuclear armed Vanguard submarines. Windows XP has not... »

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