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The Washington Post is giving details regarding Robert Mueller’s investigation of President Trump for obstruction of legal process...... Read More...  http://obeygodslaws.blogspot.com/​

FULL VIDEO Michelle Carter Verd...

A very interesting ending to a very confusing case.  Michelle Carter is clearly scared and shaking as to what might happen to her.  Watch the whole video because you will be just as surprised as I was.  The Judge made it very clear that "A person can commit a crime while texting!  The Judge also made it clear he may sentence her as a youth.





    gunman in Virginia identified

Breaking News: FBI Timothy Slater gives a statement on Congressman Shooting. 

  megyn kelly stirs the pot at NBC

Ex-Fox News Host, NBC's Megyn Kelly stirs up the News pot by interviewing Infowars Alex Jones.  Some NBC Sponsors said they will pull the plug with NBC if they play the interview on Sunday Night.

     terrorist released on bond

ISIS Terrorist Posts $75,000 Bond in Phoenix, Released From Prison 
an ISIS terrorist was released from a Phoenix prison after he posted bond in March. Abu Talib al-Amriki was released March 14 after posting the $75,000. al-Amriki was charged with assisting a criminal syndicate, attempting to commit misconduct involving weapons and inciting or inducing a criminal syndicate. He plead not guilty to these charges in January.
al-Amriki attempted to purchase semi-automatic rifles online with the intent of committing a terrorist act. Authorities say it was clear al-Amriki attempted to buy a weapon “with the intent to use that weapon to promote or further the objectives of a criminal syndicate.” al-Amriki was not legally permitted to own a gun due to a felony conviction on his record.
al-Amriki had online postings dating back to July 2014 in support of ISIS. al-Amriki searched “hundreds” of times on Google for weapons. He researched “midnight mass” and the difference between martyrdom and suicide. He was labeled as an “avowed jihadist” and had numerous interactions with ISIS websites.

      Grinnell-I80 high speed chase!

The police chase and personal injury rollover yesterday that injured three occupants on I-80 ISP report ​has been made available online. Although the report isn't complete we now know the names. The driver is Joshua Begle from Dubuque, IA and occupants Nathaniel Haines from Marshalltown, IA and Michael Davis from Marshalltown, IA. The condition of all three unavailable at this time. This picture is one of the two helicopters that landed at the scene.

Breaking News UPDATE: Grinnell Police issued this press release regarding the police chase and rollover accident yesterday on Interstate 80 MM 179.

On March 6, 2017, at approximately 12:50 p.m., Grinnell officers stopped a red Chevy pick-up in the parking area of Almost Always Open (1031 West Street) because the rear license plate was reported stolen out of Dubuque, Iowa. The operator of the truck then fled the stop, traveling south on Highway 146 until I-80 was reached. The operator then traveled west on I-80 and in the area of the 179-mile marker lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle left the highway and came to rest in a field. Fire personnel from Grinnell, along with Midwest Ambulance, removed the three occupants from the vehicle. Two occupants were transported to Mercy Hospital in Des Moines while a third occupant was transported to the Grinnell Regional Medical Center. All three occupants sustained serious injury.

The Iowa State Patrol is investigating the motor vehicle crash while the Grinnell Police
Department is investigating the circumstances that led to the chase. The Jasper and Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Departments assisted at the crash scene.

Breaking news! Two County high-speed chase starts at Almost always open in Grinnell Iowa and ends in a severe crash on Interstate 80 westbound mile marker 179. More information coming soon.

     Oregon Appeals Court Today

Melissa and Aaron Klein owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa had their day in court today at the Oregon Court of Appeals.  The Kleins were forced to shut down their bakery and issued a gag order all for refusing to bake a gay couple's wedding cake. They are appealing the ruling to the Oregon Court of Appeals. First Liberty Institute and Boyden Gray (former White House Counsel for President George H.W. Bush) are serving as their appellate counsel.  

Hiram Sasser, Deputy Chief Counsel for First Liberty Institute.

"We feel encouraged by the Oral Argument today. The panel asked probing questions of both sides and engaged in real juridical analysis. We hope the Court will reach a just outcome, allowing diverse people to coexist in society."

 Oregon appeals court in session

A hearing on the Kleins case will be held before the Oregon Court of Appeals on March 2 at 1:30 PM. We will make a video this afternoon. 

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Help us find the murderer of Gary Grant Jr.  


Now, decades later, a chilling audiotape discovered by the boy's father -- a retired cop -- could yield clues into who kidnapped and murdered the 7-year-old nearly 32 years ago.

Gary Grant Sr., a 27-year-veteran of the Atlantic City Police Department, said he was recently going through old audiotapes in his personal files to convert to MP3 when he came across one labeled "phone calls."

Grant, 66, told FoxNews.com that when he listened to the tape, "I almost fell off my chair."

"Is it possible for me to collect a reward on my own self for the murder of Gary Grant?” a caller asked a police dispatcher on March 8, 1986 -- two years after the crime -- according to the The Press of Atlantic City.

The unidentified male said the call was not a prank and then boasted, “You’re never going to catch me,” before hanging up.

Three months later, another person contacted police and named a suspect who he claimed confessed to killing the boy “because of his father.”

The tapes were given to Grant years ago, but he claims he doesn't recall ever hearing the 911 calls.

"It’s a tape that apparently was given to me while I was working the case and I’m sure the prosecutor has a copy of the same tape," he told FoxNews.com Wednesday. "But I don’t have any memory of it."

Grant, a former Marine and Vietnam veteran, was working the overnight shift as an officer with the Atlantic City Police Department when his son failed to return home on Jan. 12, 1984. After an exhaustive search, investigators found the boy's body in a vacant lot two blocks from the home he shared with his mother, whom Grant was separated from.

"He was off from school on the day he disappeared," Grant recalled. "His mom told him to go out and play and he said, 'Not right now. I have an appointment.'"

"He went out and never came back," Grant said.

In the days following his son's death, detectives interviewed a 12-year-old boy who implicated himself in the crime, according to police sources. A judge later threw out the boy's alleged confession when defense attorneys argued he did not understand his constitutional rights and was without a guardian during the interview.

The Press of Atlantic City identified that person as Carl Mason -- nicknamed "Boo" -- who lived in the neighborhood and knew Grant's son.  

"I totally believe that he was involved, but I don’t believe that he did it alone," Grant said of the man. "What amazes me is they never pursued more action toward this kid."

Attempts to reach Mason by phone Thursday were not successful. 

Grant said he posted the audio of the 911 calls to his Facebook page in the hopes that, "someone might recognize the voices." He said he believes the calls were made by two separate males. 

"I’m hopeful this can be solved. It might strike a nerve with someone," Grant said.  

Click here to listen to the tape

In a statement sent to FoxNews.com, Atlantic City prosecutor James McClain said, "This case, and any unsolved murder, is under regular review and re-evaluation, and is continuously assigned to Major Crimes Unit detectives for follow-up investigation until it is solved.

"One unsolved homicide is unacceptable, and we will continue to investigate every homicide with the goal of obtaining justice for the victim-survivors," McClain said.

The Atlantic City Prosecutor's Office declined to comment on the specifics of the Grant case at this time.

Grant, who now lives in Puerto Rico, described his son as "full of life."

"He was only in second grade, but he was a great student," Grant said. "He loved to play street hockey and he loved school. He was no introvert by any stretch."

"Not a second goes by that I don’t think about my son," he said.

Anyone with information on the case is urged to call detectives at 609-909-7666.

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