falsely imprisoned

2

In October of 2015, 50-year-old Jose Ferreira Jr. called WISN 12 News to reveal and deep and disturbing confession - when he was 17-years-old in 1982, he murdered 13-year-old Carrie Ann Jopek. Jopek had gone missing on 16 March, 1982, after being suspended from school. She never returned home. The following year, her body was found buried underneath a porch and for the forthcoming 33 years, her shocking murder remained unsolved.

Ferreira confessed that he and Jopek were at a nearby house party when, standing at the top of the stairs, Ferreira suggested they go down to the basement to fool around. When Jopek turned his advances down, he exclaimed “you are going downstairs,” before pushing her down. The fall snapped her neck, killing her. Ferreira then raped her lifeless body before retrieving a shovel and burying her.

Ferreira apparently confessed because he felt that Jopek had been haunting him since the day he murdered her. As part of a plea deal, Ferreira
pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted sexual assault and false imprisonment charges. He is scheduled to be sentenced later on in the year.

Famous, Not Because Of Youtube (4) Masterlist

part one, part two, part three

Cliché - weezerdan

Summary: Dan Howell is a regular teenager. He goes to high school, he hangs out with his best friends (PJ, Chris, and Phil), and he hates doing homework. He’s fairly attractive, enough so to attract the attention of a few girls and secretly Phil. What people don’t know about this average teen, is that he isn’t so average. Dan Howell is in a popular alternative band. He sings and plays keyboard for this band, known to many as ‘Ripping Ivory’. He wears a mask onstage as he sings and is known by his fanbase as Q, even though they know this isn’t his true identity.

Connect The Dots - phanimist

Summary: Dan’s a famous actor who get’s a text from an unknown number one day, and Phil’s a movie reviewer who just wants to find his Adventure Time sweater, and has trouble connecting the dots when the unknown number continues to reply to him.

Excuse Me? (ao3) - Philsweirdo

Summary: Dan is a famous movie star and Phil is a introverted student at university and an employee at a film agency. When Phil accidentally bumps into a stranger wearing all black and a hooded jumper what is to happen next?

Growth Of A Plastic Flower (ao3) - nightowlhowell

Summary: The one where Dan’s a famous (pastel) musician, 2009 never happened, and Dan’s totally a crazy cat lady.

Heart Full Of Headlines (ao3) - dantiloquent

Summary: Phil Lester has a lot of good things: supportive friends, a lovely dog, a world tour, a famous writing blog. He also has magic. It shouldn’t be a problem - except, in a world where magic is hated and mocked, it is. After a disastrous run in with Guardian-acclaimed “Modern Beat Generation Boy” Dan Howell ends in an unexpected friendship, Phil finds himself having to make more and more choices. While his blog sends him all over the world, and while their friendship develops, Phil can’t help but bring it all back to one pivotal issue: who can he tell?

I’m All For You (ao3) - cryingdotcom

Summary: Dan Howell used-to-be singer now famous actor finds his muse again.

Making Dreams Come True - pasteldanhowells

Summary: Dan is in an A Capella group with his two best friends. They’ve been working hard the past two years to get big, and their dream comes true when music producer, Phil Lester, discovers them and wants to work with them.

Of Paparazzi and Succulents - botanistlester

Summary: Actor!Dan is running away from a mob of fans when he runs into a flower shop. There, he meets a quirky florist who has an absurd liking towards succulents, seeming to think they have feelings of their own.

Picture Perfect - pasteldanhowells

Summary: Phil Lester is a big time photographer and has just been offered the opportunity of a life time for his company. He needs a model, so he asks his pastel, fashion lover boyfriend, Dan. The only problem? Dan is extremely shy around strangers and has anxiety. Phil hopes to finally help Dan out of his shell.

Sugar on Top (ao3) - writerlester

Summary: When baking prodigy Phil Lester finally manages to enter the prestigious culinary school of his dreams, he doesn’t account for the fact that one very famous, very rich, and very pretty heir named Dan Howell will become his culinary rival. AU.

The Prince And The Youtuber (ao3) - koleen

Summary: Dan Howell is the Prince of England and the first grandson of a late King, and Phil Lester is a famous Youtuber who turns out to be the first grandson of a late King’s Hand, the best friend of the late King. On one night of celebration of their daughters’ pregnancies 18 years ago, the best friends made a drunken pact to marry their first grandchildren to each other the year they both turn 18, completely forgetting to consider that their first grandchildren could both be male.

The Way I Always Do - cafephan

Summary: In which Phil is a famous musician, and Dan struggles to keep up.

Watchful (ao3) - cafephan

Summary: Phil is part of one of the world’s most famous paranormal investigator groups, along with his friends Joe, Zoe and Louise. The never before investigated Harrowick Penitentiary catches the group’s attention, and they settle in the town for a week long investigation. Most importantly, they hope to make contact with one spirit in particular, Dan Howell, who was falsely imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, and was murdered in the building. When Dan becomes attached to Phil, things become a lot more complicated.

When Our Worlds Collide (ao3) - fivepixelphan

Summary: Dan Howell - World’s Pop Prince, the most famous male pop idol in the entire world. He often wishes for a life with more normality - without the confinements that fame brings. In a quick escape, Dan finds himself in a small village where he meets Phil Lester, a photographer. In a twist of fate, they’re both whirled into each other’s lives, learning more about each other and the way their lives work.

Your Voice - botanistlester

Summary: Dan is an opera singer that doesn’t show his face. Phil is a fan. One day, Phil is in a park and hears Dan singing softly sitting under a tree.

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Personal Information
Name: ONFROY, JAHSEH D
Sex: M Race: U Eye:  BRO Weight: 120 Lbs
DOB: 01/23/1998 Hair: BLK Height:  5’   6"
Front Picture not Available Click to Enlarge Side Picture not Available Click to Enlarge
Booking Information
Jail Number: 160164403 IDS: 3095996 Loc: TGKCC
Date Booked: 10/08/2016 Time Booked: 18:14
Case(s) Information
Case Number: F16020566 Bond: $ 10000**
Comment Case: CNT1 5K CNT2 5K    
Charge: BATTERY/AGGRAVATED/OF A PREGNANT VICTIM
  Remark: DOMESTIC VIOL;    
Charge: FALSE IMPRISONMENT
  Remark: DOMESTIC VIOL;

Another mohammedian sex grooming ring busted in England this one in Yorkshire

Irfan Ahmed, 32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with six counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, sexual touching, taking indecent images
of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Asif Bashir, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with four counts of rape and attempted rape.

Zahid Hassan,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with five counts of trafficking a child within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, eight of rape, racially aggravated
assault, two of supply of Class A drugs, inciting a child into sexual
activity, two of child abduction and attempted rape.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, of Huddersfield, is
charged with supply of noxious substance with intent to injure, annoy or
aggrieve female, two of supply of Class A drugs and inciting a child
into prostitution.

Amere Singh Dhaliwal,34, of Huddersfield,
is charged with 21 counts of rape, four counts of supply of Class A
drugs, supply of Class B drugs, supply of controlled substances with
intention to engage in sexual activity, 14 counts of trafficking a
female in the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, five counts of
inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, three counts of sexual
assault by penetration, three of sexual touching, three more of
possession of indecent images of a child, racially aggravated assault
and inciting a child into prostitution

Mohammed Kammer, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammed Rizwan Aslam,29, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Abdul Rehman Hanif,2 9, of Huddersfield,
is charged with rape, supply of Class A drugs, two of supply of Class B
drugs, supply of controlled substance with intent to engage in sexual
activity, sexual touching and trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, of Huddersfield,
is charged with seven counts of rape, three of trafficking a female
within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, child abduction,
supply of Class B drugs, sexual touching and threats to kill.

Raj Singh Barsran, 33, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching and rape.

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Huddersfield, is
charged with rape, attempted rape and two of trafficking a female within
the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity and sexual touching.

Mohammad Nahman, 31, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, sexual touching, and two counts of rape.

Hamzha Ali Saleem, 37, of Manchester, is
charged with three counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Waqas Mahmood, 36, of Huddersfield, is charged with 3 counts of rape.

Naveeda Habib, 38, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Shahnaz Akhtar Malik, 55, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Nasarat Hussain,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape and inciting a female
to engage in sexual activity.

Sajid Hussain,32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child,
three counts of rape and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Zulwarnain Dogar,29, of Huddersfield, is
charged with sexual touching and trafficking a female within UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammad Ifraz, 28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation (x3), rape, false imprisonment, child abduction,
taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in
sexual activity.

Faisal Nadeem, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with supply of Class A drugs, rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammad Azeem, 31, of Bradford, is charged with three counts of rape.

Mohammad Imran Ibrar,32, of Huddersfield,
is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a
child, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, supply of Class B drugs.

Everton La Bastide, 50, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching.

Mohammed Saqib Raheel,30, of Dudley, is
charged with child abduction and trafficking a female within the UK with
a view to her sexual exploitation.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Usman Khalid, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with sexual assault by penetration, child abduction and sexual touching.

Aleem Javaid, 27, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape and supply of Class B drugs

Irfan Ahmed, 32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with six counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, sexual touching, taking indecent images
of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Asif Bashir, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with four counts of rape and attempted rape.

Zahid Hassan,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with five counts of trafficking a child within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, eight of rape, racially aggravated
assault, two of supply of Class A drugs, inciting a child into sexual
activity, two of child abduction and attempted rape.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, of Huddersfield, is
charged with supply of noxious substance with intent to injure, annoy or
aggrieve female, two of supply of Class A drugs and inciting a child
into prostitution.

Amere Singh Dhaliwal,34, of Huddersfield,
is charged with 21 counts of rape, four counts of supply of Class A
drugs, supply of Class B drugs, supply of controlled substances with
intention to engage in sexual activity, 14 counts of trafficking a
female in the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, five counts of
inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, three counts of sexual
assault by penetration, three of sexual touching, three more of
possession of indecent images of a child, racially aggravated assault
and inciting a child into prostitution

Mohammed Kammer, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammed Rizwan Aslam,29, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Abdul Rehman Hanif,2 9, of Huddersfield,
is charged with rape, supply of Class A drugs, two of supply of Class B
drugs, supply of controlled substance with intent to engage in sexual
activity, sexual touching and trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, of Huddersfield,
is charged with seven counts of rape, three of trafficking a female
within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, child abduction,
supply of Class B drugs, sexual touching and threats to kill.

Raj Singh Barsran, 33, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching and rape.

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Huddersfield, is
charged with rape, attempted rape and two of trafficking a female within
the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity and sexual touching.

Mohammad Nahman, 31, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, sexual touching, and two counts of rape.

Hamzha Ali Saleem, 37, of Manchester, is
charged with three counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Waqas Mahmood, 36, of Huddersfield, is charged with 3 counts of rape.

Naveeda Habib, 38, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Shahnaz Akhtar Malik, 55, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Nasarat Hussain,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape and inciting a female
to engage in sexual activity.

Sajid Hussain,32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child,
three counts of rape and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Zulwarnain Dogar,29, of Huddersfield, is
charged with sexual touching and trafficking a female within UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammad Ifraz, 28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation (x3), rape, false imprisonment, child abduction,
taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in
sexual activity.

Faisal Nadeem, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with supply of Class A drugs, rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammad Azeem, 31, of Bradford, is charged with three counts of rape.

Mohammad Imran Ibrar,32, of Huddersfield,
is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a
child, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, supply of Class B drugs.

Everton La Bastide, 50, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching.

Mohammed Saqib Raheel,30, of Dudley, is
charged with child abduction and trafficking a female within the UK with
a view to her sexual exploitation.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Usman Khalid, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with sexual assault by penetration, child abduction and sexual touching.

Aleem Javaid, 27, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape and supply of Class B drugs

Irfan Ahmed, 32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with six counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, sexual touching, taking indecent images
of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Asif Bashir, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with four counts of rape and attempted rape.

Zahid Hassan,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with five counts of trafficking a child within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation, eight of rape, racially aggravated
assault, two of supply of Class A drugs, inciting a child into sexual
activity, two of child abduction and attempted rape.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, of Huddersfield, is
charged with supply of noxious substance with intent to injure, annoy or
aggrieve female, two of supply of Class A drugs and inciting a child
into prostitution.

Amere Singh Dhaliwal,34, of Huddersfield,
is charged with 21 counts of rape, four counts of supply of Class A
drugs, supply of Class B drugs, supply of controlled substances with
intention to engage in sexual activity, 14 counts of trafficking a
female in the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, five counts of
inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, three counts of sexual
assault by penetration, three of sexual touching, three more of
possession of indecent images of a child, racially aggravated assault
and inciting a child into prostitution

Mohammed Kammer, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammed Rizwan Aslam,29, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Abdul Rehman Hanif,2 9, of Huddersfield,
is charged with rape, supply of Class A drugs, two of supply of Class B
drugs, supply of controlled substance with intent to engage in sexual
activity, sexual touching and trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, of Huddersfield,
is charged with seven counts of rape, three of trafficking a female
within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, child abduction,
supply of Class B drugs, sexual touching and threats to kill.

Raj Singh Barsran, 33, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching and rape.

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Huddersfield, is
charged with rape, attempted rape and two of trafficking a female within
the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity and sexual touching.

Mohammad Nahman, 31, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, sexual touching, and two counts of rape.

Hamzha Ali Saleem, 37, of Manchester, is
charged with three counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Waqas Mahmood, 36, of Huddersfield, is charged with 3 counts of rape.

Naveeda Habib, 38, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Shahnaz Akhtar Malik, 55, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Nasarat Hussain,28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape and inciting a female
to engage in sexual activity.

Sajid Hussain,32, of Huddersfield, is
charged with facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child,
three counts of rape and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Zulwarnain Dogar,29, of Huddersfield, is
charged with sexual touching and trafficking a female within UK with a
view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammad Ifraz, 28, of Huddersfield, is
charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation (x3), rape, false imprisonment, child abduction,
taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in
sexual activity.

Faisal Nadeem, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with supply of Class A drugs, rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammad Azeem, 31, of Bradford, is charged with three counts of rape.

Mohammad Imran Ibrar,32, of Huddersfield,
is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her
sexual exploitation, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a
child, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, supply of Class B drugs.

Everton La Bastide, 50, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching.

Mohammed Saqib Raheel,30, of Dudley, is
charged with child abduction and trafficking a female within the UK with
a view to her sexual exploitation.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Usman Khalid, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with sexual assault by penetration, child abduction and sexual touching.

Aleem Javaid, 27, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape and supply of Class B drugs

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/twenty-seven-men-charged-historic-10086968

He who is without sin, Mr. Fitz.

4x14 of Pretty Little Liars, “Who’s In The Box?,” contains a very sketchy conversation between Ezra and Mona that has always nagged at me.

Mona: I’m a little envious of the other girls. The support they get, how they depend on you…makes me think how much better I would be doing if I had found the right mentor. All the folly, grudges and false imprisonment, people thinking I’m one thing when I know I’m someone else. But you know about that sort of thing.

Ezra: What makes you say that?

Mona: It’s just a feeling. Maybe it’s the books you have us read. All the masks and secret identities. That reading list is very revealing if you know what to look for. 

Ezra: And what are you looking for, Mona?

Mona: You’re in that school everyday, you’ve seen what happened to me.

Ezra: And I know some of the things you made happen to others. 

Mona: He who is without sin, Mr. Fitz.

Ezra: Let me tell you what I have learned about Rosewood High. It’s that fear is the number one motivator. I wish it was the love of knowledge, but it’s not. It’s fear. Fear of failure, fear of being discovered, fear of liking the wrong person. You figured that out, and somewhere along the way you dumped all that fear. And that’s what make’s you special.

Mona: Special? Moi?

Ezra: But it also makes you vulnerable. See, fear can be a very good thing, Mona. It can keep you from underestimating people. It can keep you from making mistakes about how far you can push someone before they push back.

——

Okay so there is obviously a hidden conversation going on between them!

The first thing that is brow-raising is when Mona says “…makes me think how much better I would be doing if I had found the right mentor.” I wonder if this is a hint that Mona knows that CeCe has taken over the game FOR UBER A-EZRA!!!! 

Then Mona goes on to say “…people thinking I’m one thing when I know I’m someone else. But you know about that sort of thing.” Mona is hinting that Ezra isn’t who he says he is. This is a huge clue to me that he is Charles, and Uber A. Mona mentions that there are masks and secret identities in the books he teaches in class. UM HELLO, A is always wearing masks. Charles is Ezra’s secret identity. He says that she has done some horrible things to people, and Mona’s response is, “He who is without sin, Mr. Fitz.”

This is actually a very famous quote derived from the Bible.

“…Then they reminded Jesus that adultery was punishable by stoning under Mosaic law and challenged him to judge the woman so that they might then accuse him of disobeying the law. Jesus thought for a moment and then replied, “He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone at her.”

So what are Ezra’s sins?!?! The most intriguing thing that Ezra says is,“ Fear of failure, fear of being discovered, fear of liking the wrong person.” Ezra seems to be talking about himself. He obviously is up to something because he is scared of failing. Is he scared of people discovering his true identity as CHARLES and/or A?? He definitely has a track record of liking the wrong person, specifically underage girls- Ali & Mona. 

This is my current theory: Maybe Ezra was never actually interested in Ali in a sexual way. (I know they kissed- but he was just going along with it). I think he purposefully met with Ali that day because he learned his true identity, that he was CHARLES, (I still don’t know if Charles is a Drake or a DiLaurentis) and wanted to meet his sister/first cousin. He wanted to write a book about his secret family. He pretended to flirt with Alison in order to get to know her better. He decided to teach at Rosewood High to be close to the DiLaurentis’ family. The night Ali disappeared, Ezra pretended that he just learned her real age, and broke it off with her. Now he can be in her life, but not in a romantic way. 

The night Alison disappeared Ezra lost the only family he ever had. He vowed to find out what happened to her. He has studied Ali at length, and knows all about her friends. He sees Aria at the Hollis Bar and Grill, and immediately starts hitting on her. He knew she was only 16, and that he would be teaching at her school. He didn’t care about the age difference, he would do anything to get into Ali’s inner circle of friends. That’s why the first time he meets Aria, he asks if he can read her writing.

Mona is A for the first few seasons.

Ezra sends his (sister/cousin) CeCe Drake into Rosewood to dig up dirt on the girls and look at everything from a different angle. We know Ezra was paying her for information. When Mona gets caught and is put in Radley, CeCe takes over the game with Ezra in charge.

If this is the case, then Ezra and Mona’s conversation makes a lot of sense. It is Mona telling Ezra that she know that him and CeCe took over the A game after she was caught. 

anonymous asked:

Tell me, do you have any actual proof that "The FBI actively sabotaged and dismantled the American Indian Movement, the Chicano Movement, and the Black Power movement"? Because that just sounds like a bullshit conspiracy theory to me.

(TW murder) 

The FBI has a program called COINTELPRO short for counter intelligence program. It was started to sabotage communist parties in the U.S. but in the sixties the expanded it to spying on and sabotaging certain political groups often using illegal avenues. 

They murdered a prominent leader of the Black Panther Party Fred Hampton in his home via the Chicago police. They fired over 100 shots into his apartment and room where he was sleeping with his pregnant girlfriend who survived by the grace of god.  

Body of Fred Hampton, national spokesman for the Black Panther Party, who was killed by members of the Chicago Police Department, as part of a COINTELPRO operation” 

He was 21


In 1890 American Indians had form a group to protest against white colonizers who had stripped them of their land and unjustly killed millions of their people. The infamous Battle of Wounded Knee took place on December 29th, 1890. U.S. soldiers heard a tribe of Indians taking part in the Ghost Dance and that they surrender all of their weapons. After they refused they killed 150 Indians more than half were women and children. 

Some 200 AIM members and their supporters decided to occupy the symbolically significant hamlet of Wounded Knee, site of the 1890 massacre. During the 71 days of the siege, which began on February 27, 1973, federal officers and AIM members exchanged gunfire almost nightly. Hundreds of arrests were made, and two Native Americans were killed and a federal marshal was permanently paralyzed by a bullet wound. The leaders of AIM finally surrendered on May 8 after a negotiated settlement was reached. In a subsequent trial, the judge ordered their acquittal because of evidence that the FBI had manipulated key witnesses.

The FBI also went after the Chicano Movement, which became known as the Brown Berets and the Puerto Rican Liberation Movement. Carlos Montes was one of the original Brown Berets. Montes told RT “The FBI worked with the LAPD and the sheriffs to keep the Brown Berets and local Chicano movements under surveillance. We were victims of agent provocateurs, police infiltration. They tried to incite our members to commit violence, so they would get arrested, and they did and we found out after we got arrested.”

According to attorney Brian Glick in his book War at Home, the FBI used four main methods during COINTELPRO:

  1. Infiltration: Agents and informers did not merely spy on political activists. Their main purpose was to discredit and disrupt. Their very presence served to undermine trust and scare off potential supporters. The FBI and police exploited this fear to smear genuine activists as agents.
  2. Psychological warfare: The FBI and police used myriad “dirty tricks” to undermine progressive movements. They planted false media stories and published bogus leaflets and other publications in the name of targeted groups. They forged correspondence, sent anonymous letters, and made anonymous telephone calls. They spread misinformation about meetings and events, set up pseudo movement groups run by government agents, and manipulated or strong-armed parents, employers, landlords, school officials and others to cause trouble for activists. They used bad-jacketing to create suspicion about targeted activists, sometimes with lethal consequences.[55]
  3. Legal harassment: The FBI and police abused the legal system to harass dissidents and make them appear to be criminals. Officers of the law gave perjured testimony and presented fabricated evidence as a pretext for false arrests and wrongful imprisonment. They discriminatorily enforced tax laws and other government regulations and used conspicuous surveillance, “investigative” interviews, and grand jury subpoenas in an effort to intimidate activists and silence their supporters.[5][56]
  4. Illegal force: The FBI conspired with local police departments to threaten dissidents; to conduct illegal break-ins in order to search dissident homes; and to commit vandalism, assaults, beatings and assassinations.[5][6][7][57] The object was to frighten or eliminate dissidents and disrupt their movements.

They also: 

- Bugged Martin Luther King Jr’s home and hotel rooms on numerous occasions

- They also sent him a letter telling him to kill himself and that they would release proof that he was having extramarital affairs to the world and his wife, which they acquired by illegally taping his conversations. 

- Unjust arrest and imprisonment of Leonard Peltier who is a citizen of the Anishinabe & Dakota/Lakota Nations who has been unjustly imprisoned for nearly three decades.

No bullshit here babe just facts 

PSA: The Duchess War (ebook) by Courtney Milan is free now [on Amazon]. This is the first book in her “Brothers Sinister” series, which is my go-to rec for people who have a) never read a Romance novel and are open to challenging any negative preconceptions they may have about the genre, or b) have just never read these books.

The Duchess War stars a chess-prodigy heroine who was raised by a couple of penniless but loving “maiden aunts” who took her in after her father was convicted for entering her (as a boy) into chess competitions for profit & a duke with sekrit plans to smash the patriarchy hereditary aristocracy.

Other stories in the series feature:

  • A pregnant former governess with lavender-farming ambitions who camps out rain or shine outside the home of the aristocrat who raped her demanding that he pay up & the villain’s man of business, a former pugilist with ruthless ambition but an admiration for intractable women.
  • A grumpy doctor hero who thinks that men who lie to women about their own bodies belong in a lower rung of hell & pines for the beautiful, resilient young woman he failed to save from the medical malpractice of a slut-shaming misogynist when he was a medical student.
  • The socialist duke’s ginger-haired bastard half-brother with political ambitions & the loud-mouthed, gauchely-dressed heiress who saves him from selling his soul while also protecting her chronically ill sister from medical abuse & false imprisonment by their Uncle. Meanwhile, the sister falls in love with an expatriat Indian lawyer & saves herself.
  • A sharp-tongued lady scientist/her slutty-pants childhood BFF who pines for her like the woodsiest of pine trees but refuses to publish her work under his name ANYMORE. There is also knitting in this book, and a lot of women protecting other women. Plus, SCIENCE.
  • An outspoken newspaper editor/journalist & Women’s Rights advocate and the Lost Heir whose horrible brother is trying to terrorize her out of business partly for ideological reasons, but mostly because she refused his advances; a secondary f/f romance featuring the heroine’s best friend & the “Straight Girl” who is Too Smart & Pretty for her to talk to without blushing & stammering, omg.
  • A shy Black math prodigy heroine who works as a “calculator” for astronomers & a scandalously funny, rakish Irish writer who pens the satirical “Ask a Man” column for a Feminist newspaper.

tl;dr This Victorian-set series abounds with explicit feminism & other social issues; more PoC, queer, and non-upper class characters than typically found in mainstream historical romance (i.e. any); lots of politics & science!

anonymous asked:

Hiiiii !! I saw a chartered phanfic but I never got to read it, I don't remember much but I know that dan was a ghost and (spoilers!!) at the end he was able to become human again bc Zoe got the energy out of a whole bunch of electronics?? Thank you:D

Watchful - Phil is part of one of the world’s most famous paranormal investigator groups, along with his friends Joe, Zoe and Louise. The never before investigated Harrowick Penitentiary catches the group’s attention, and they settle in the town for a week long investigation. Most importantly, they hope to make contact with one spirit in particular, Dan Howell, who was falsely imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, and was murdered in the building. When Dan becomes attached to Phil, things become a lot more complicated.

could it be this?

- Tori

anonymous asked:

Coldwestallenwave, non-power au (:

  1. No powers means no Flash means no Reverse Flash means (at least in my happy little corner of the alternate world) Nora Allen never dies and Henry is never falsely imprisoned. 
  2. This of course means Barry doesn’t grow up with Joe and Iris. Instead he and Iris spend their entire childhood and adolescence still technically joined at the hip but not living under the same roof being raised by the same man, and it helps Iris clue into her feelings about Barry waaaayy earlier.
  3. Barry and Iris start “dating” in the sixth grade, and remarkably don’t break up until their senior year of high school. They both agree they need space to grow and learn more about themselves away from each other, and it’s awkward as hell their entire senior year. Iris goes to prom with the star of the basketball team and doesn’t have a date at all, yet they both spend the whole night watching each other across the dance floor when they think the other isn’t looking. 
  4. Iris and Barry both go to CCU, Iris for journalism, Barry for nursing (he admires doctors, he really does, but he’s seen the job drive his father prematurely grey and anyway, nursing feels a lot more like treating the patient than just the disease, and all Barry’s ever wanted to do is help people)
  5. Their sophomore year of college, after an excruciatingly long time of being “just friends” – being apart – Barry and Iris finally get back together. The time apart was good for them. It let Iris figure out who she is outside of “Detective West’s Kid” and “The Girl Dating Dr. Allen’s Son” and it let Barry explore his sexuality more and come to the point where he’s finally comfortable identifying as bi/ace. But on the other hand, my God does it feel good to be with each other again. 
  6. After Barry finishes school and gets his official nursing license, he and Iris move out of their parents’ homes and get a shitty apartment together in a shitty part of town, all they can afford with loan debts and Iris still in grad school getting her masters, but it’s home and they love it. 
  7. Barry proposes over a carton of Chinese takeout with a white sapphire that puts him out $250, which is simultaneously nothing and a fucking lot. Iris says yes before he has two words of the speech he spent three weeks planning out of his mouth, which is probably for the best, because he’s crying like a baby anyway. They both are. 
  8. Iris gets an internship at CCPN, which is where she gets the incredibly stupid idea to edge out the competition and earn a full time position by getting the exclusive story on a couple of big time thieves moving on mob territory in Central, which brings us to
  9. Len and Mick, whose backstories haven’t much changed much, except they’re married and have been since they just so happened to be on a job in Massachusetts in 2004, not that Len actively planned for it to work out that way, but that’s basically canon already, right? 
  10. Iris’ investigation takes her into incredibly dangerous territory she’s definitely lying to Barry about being in. Halfway through photographing evidence, a couple of goons from the Santini catch her in the act and point guns at her, and Iris is sure she’s done for, except the gunfire that follows doesn’t come from the Santinis and, surprisingly enough, isn’t directed at her. 
  11. That’s how Len and Iris are officially introduced, with bodies cooling at their feet and Iris five seconds away from a panic attack, but keeping it together better than Len ever expected from a civilian, and damn if that doesn’t impress him even more than her deep brown eyes and they way her clothes fit her like a second skin – and who flashes that much leg trespassing on a mob warehouse, anyway? 
  12. Len takes Iris out to a greasy, hole-in-the-wall diner to get her settled and avoid her going into shock while he calls Mick in to deal with the bodies at the warehouse. Iris is shaken but matches Len’s bravado about “people go missing all the time” and “certain things have a way of happening” and Len knows there’s no way he’s going to throw the young, aspiring journalist off her story, and he really doesn’t want to kill her. Something about the set of her jaw reminds him of someone he used to care about, and the faint smells of harissa and lamb. 
  13. Which is how Len starts acting as Iris’ inside source. He’s prickly about what information he will and won’t give her, and sometimes she pokes her nose where it doesn’t belong even after Len’s thrown her a bone he thought for sure would keep her out of things. They argue something fierce when that happens, but nothing like the night Iris ends up tied to a chair staring down the barrel of a Darbinyan’s gun and she’s more sure that she’s ever been that this is how she’s going to die. 
  14. Until Len shows up with some new gun she’s never seen before – a prototype he stole from STAR Labs, the same place that launched the wildly successful particle accelerator, Iris will learn later – that freezes every mobster solid like ice. He hits them with the hilt of the weapon on his way over for good measure, then he’s untying Iris from her chair, and Iris can’t even think to be nauseous over how gruesome and brutal Len was, how close she came to dying, because Len’s grabbing her by the elbow and pulling her to her feet, pushing her up against a chain link wall and yelling at her to never be so stupid again, and then he’s kissing her and… oh!
  15. Iris doesn’t mean to kiss back, doesn’t even realize she is kissing back until her engagement ring catches on one of the clasps on Len’s leather jacket that she’s always thought he looked so good in – always though thinking as much was innocent, harmless –  and she’s shoving Len back with a horrified gasp and fingers that fly so fast to her lips there’s no way Len doesn’t see the rock on her finger, even in the low, flickering lights of the warehouse. 
  16. Iris goes home that night sick with guilt. Len dropped her off a block away from her building, citing lingering concerns for her safety, but Iris isn’t so convinced it’s not because Len hoping to find something to say over the twenty minute car ride to make things right between them. When Iris puts her hand on the handle to get out, Len finally breaks the silence festering between them by croaking out a shaky admission of “I’m married” that only makes things worse. 
  17. Barry’s cooking breakfast on their crappy stove that only has one working burner when she gets home, just back from a shift at the hospital probably. He does that, cooks Iris breakfast when he has to work nights so they can spend at least some time together, and Iris feels like shit. Barry’s brow furrows, worried and surprised to see her just getting home instead of being in bed asleep, and Iris breaks down into a fit of tears before she can even slide the deadbolt in place. She tells Barry everything, and he cries too, and the eggs burn, and it’s not a good day. 
  18. Len meets back up with Mick at the warehouse to clean up the defrosting mobster pieces and keep the CCPD off their trail. Mick knows something’s off with Len from the moment he catches sight of him. Mick knows about Iris, knows her having such a close brush with death probably rattled Len a lot more than he was expecting, thinks he’s probably trying to wall up whatever clusterfuck of emotions are swirling behind his eyes like he always does when people get too close, like they both do, part of the reason they’ve been off about as much as they’ve been on over the last twenty-some odd years. He doesn’t expect Len to say, quiet but icy as Mick’s ever heard him, “I fucked up.” Partly because Len’s never one to admit his mistakes. But also because Mick’s pretty sure he made it clear – or as clear as he can without them ever really talking about it, because Mick can’t do talking, can’t get past the lump in his throat and the unshakable fear ever time he tries that promises he’ll say something wrong and fuck everything up – that making a move on Iris West was definitely on the table. 
  19. Mick and Iris meet for the first time a week later. There’s a huge power struggle between the Santini’s and the Darbinyan’s happening that’s sure to leave both sides gutted (which he and Len had nothing to do with, if anyone asks) and Mick can see how much Len’s itching to slip Iris some insider information. Idiot’s go the file all put together and everything. He’s just too chicken shit to make a move, won’t say what exactly happened the last time he tried – if he even did try – but it can’t be half as bad a Len’s building it up to be. He just the kind of guy that deals a lot of his own lashes, so to speak. 
  20. Mick corners Iris as she’s walking home through the park. It’s after dark and Mick knows going in it’s gonna give her a hell of a scare, but he can’t see another way to get to her, and she’s the one walking alone at night in a neighborhood like this like she’s got no reason to be afraid. He barely gets his hand around Iris’ wrist before she comes up with pepper spray from her purse and she gets him good in the jaw anyway, and even before she goes still enough to get a good look at her, Mick gets every bit of what Len sees. 
  21. Mick finally gets why Len’s so prickly when he sees the rock on Iris’ finger, when his introduction is met with her stammered apology that’s both contrite and lanced with an edge of genuine terror her never wanted to make a wildfire like her feel. Mick passes the envelope off, tells her no hard feelings, and leaves as quickly as he came before her soft lips and fierce spirit manage to drag him into whatever hell they’ve got Len burning in. 
  22. Iris wars over what to do with the information for an impressive two hours before running with the story. She’s not even surprised at her own behavior, unfair as it might be to Barry. This isn’t about her feelings. It’s about her career. Somehow, the pages still smell like Len – sandalwood and wintergreen and orange blossom – and Iris tries to pretend it doesn’t make her heart skip a beat. 
  23. Mick acts as Iris’ informant from then on. She tells Barry after she publishes her first article using Len’s information delivered through Mick, and Barry understands her obligation to her career, respects it even. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t start tagging along to info drops that turn more and more into strange, almost social outings the longer the arrangement goes on. After almost six months of Len running Iris intel through Mick, Barry and Iris meet Mick at a sketchy bar downtown and order hot wings and cheap beer and Iris doesn’t even realize until she and Barry get home that no information had even been exchanged – the meeting (or was it a date?) hadn’t even been set up under the pretext of doing as much. 
  24. The first time Iris sees Len again after the kissing incident comes when she runs into Mick dragging his listless body up the stairwell in her apartment building and Iris doesn’t even ask how or when Mick found out where she lives. She knows Mick knows Barry’s a nurse, and that’s the only thought she can process, the only thought that screams at her as she rushes forward to prop Len up on his other side and help Mick haul him up the last two flights of stairs. She doesn’t think about how the pit falls out of her stomach at the thought of losing Len, or that she’s bringing the man she had an affair with – if not physically, at least emotionally, Iris is a big enough girl to admit that much – to her fiancé to beg with him if she has to to save his life, or that the man who’s helping her do it is Len’s husband who she realizes, as she notices the cut on the the side of his cheek for the fist time, she’s just as worried about. 
  25. Iris’ cry for help is so chilling, haunting, it wakes Barry up in a cold sweat. He’s still in his underwear when he stumbles into the main room of their apartment and sees her and Mick carry in a man who’s either already dead or on his way fast. It registers with Barry that this has to be Len – Leonard Snart – criminal kingpin, subject of Iris’ past indiscretion. But the desperate look in Mick and Iris’ eyes alike keeps from even breaking stride. Barry’s wide away, directing Mick to lay Len down on the couch, rivers of blood and all, and yelling at Iris to get him his first aid kit and clean set of towels. 
  26. The fact that Len’s still breathing after Barry pulls two slugs out of him and stitches up close to a dozen knife wounds is a miracle. Mick sits vigil on the floor by Len’s head waiting for him to wake up and Iris stands as far away as she can manage in an apartment their size while still keeping an eye on Len, too. Eyes that look worried, but also incredibly guilty and self-loathing, and Barry feels every ounce of hurt and uncertainty leave him in one heavy breath. He presses along Iris’ side and holds her tight and whispers a soft “okay” in her hair that he follows up with a soft, delicate kiss, and Iris sags against him, buries her head in his shoulder, and cries, but this time, it’s with relief. 
  27. Len isn’t fit to go anywhere for a few days, and it sounds like it should be a disaster, but they adapt to it quickly, almost naturally. They give Len the bed as soon as he’s mobile and Mick stays with him, unwilling to leave his side, not that Iris or Barry blame him. Iris and Barry buy a shitty air mattress to lay out in the main room that always deflates by morning, but it’s not like either of them were repeatedly shot and stabbed, so they make it work. Barry comes back from grocery shopping with Mick one afternoon to see Iris curled up against Len’s side in the bedroom, both fast asleep, and it doesn’t make jealously well up in Barry’s throat like the thought it would. Barry and Mick cook supper together and Mick’s hands trail over Barry’s finger on the knife, against the small of his back as the navigate the tight space. They eat soup together around the same rickety table Barry proposed at nearly three years ago, and it feels oddly right

26 APR 2016: Tuesday
In the middle of mid-semester break and in the middle of reading a case in preparation for a Torts essay on False Imprisonment. Definitely feeling refreshed just from a couple of days away from the pressure of regular university classes and deadlines. Hopefully I’ll feel better prepared to take on university and everything else after this week. Praying.

Power Man & Iron Fist #10 by David Walker & Sanford Greene

Amidst the ridiculousness of Civil War II (yes, that’s still going on), various heroes teamed up to help people falsely imprisoned due to hackers changing their criminal records. Y'know, something actually heroic.

As a 100% certified fan of superhero team-ups, I approve. I think Walker’s superhero stuff has an interesting, different perspective to it, and I recommend it highly.

Also, seeing Misty and Colleen together is always A+++.

監獄~囚われの島~ (Kangoku 〜Toraware no Shima〜)

Hanakagami has announced their next upcoming CD! I’m unsure if this will be a series or not, but it seems like it’ll be a one-off volume at the moment. ( • v • )

Synopsis (Paraphrased):

After a coup d’état occurs in the imperial capital city, you are accused of being involved in the incident. Despite your innocence, however, you are sent to prison for your “crimes.”

There, you meet Marius, a jailer who assaults you under the guise of conducting a physical examination, and states that he will mold you “to his taste.”

From that point on, you become Marius’s outlet for his desire.

You are unable to escape from your prison, and your body grows accustomed to lust… Furthermore, in this prison, a secret lies dormant.

Marius’s secret is —…?

CV: テトラポット登 (Furukawa Makoto)

Release Date: August 31st, 2016.

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The West Yorkshire town of Dewsbury was rocked to it’s core when 9-year-old Shannon Matthews was reported missing in 2008.  Last seen outside her school, the manhunt that proceeded the little girl’s disappearance would rival some of Britain’s biggest missing persons cases, in an operation that utilised hundreds of police officers and attracted an enormous amount of media attention.  After 24 days, Shannon was found alive, concealed in the divan bed of 39-year-old Michael Donovan, the uncle of Craig Meehan, who just so happened to be the boyfriend of Karen Matthews - Shannon’s mother.

It soon transpired that the kidnapping had been set up by Karen and Michael, who was to eventually ‘find’ Shannon and claim the reward money (which at the time of her discovery had gone up to £50,000).  Trial evidence indicated that Shannon had been drugged for up to 20 months prior to her ‘disappearance’, and was kept locked in Donovan’s flat for the entire 24 days of her ordeal, sometimes tethered with a makeshift noose.  Both Donovan and Matthews were found guilty of kidnapping, false imprisonment, and perverting the course of justice, and were each sentenced to 8 years in prison.  Matthews served just 4 years of her sentence, by which time Donovan had already been released.

No offense but I just had a Steven Universe x Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney crossover dream and it was the best thing ever

Did you know that February is Women in Horror month? It’s something I’m super passionate about and a really good opportunity to open up dialogue about gender inequality in the film industry, and in the horror genre in particular. I’ve had some first-hand experience with this while exhibiting as a horror artist at conventions so it’s something I like to talk about. In honour of this month I thought I’d share a few of my favourite horror films that tip the scales a bit!

Ginger Snaps (dir. John Fawcett, 2000)
Had to start with one of my favourite movies of all time. A brilliant spin on the classic werewolf story, brooding high school student Ginger gets attacked by a wolf and starts to notice a change in her body that everyone chalks up to her newly budding menstrual cycle. Sister Brigitte knows the terrifying truth, and soon others begin to suspect it once Ginger’s “hunger” for her male classmates reaches some gruesome levels.

American Mary (dir. Jen and Sylvia Soska, 2012)
Directed by Canadian duo Jen and Sylvia Soska and starring Ginger Snaps’ Katharine Isabelle, this more recent release follows Mary, a medical student who drops out after being raped a professor at a party and gets a name for herself by doing some unconventional surgical and body mod jobs. She soon realizes her skills are also a practical tool to get revenge on those who have wronged her. Really fun watch and super refreshing take on the classic revenge films!

À l'intérieur (Inside) (dir. Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, 2007)
A super dark, minimalist French horror flick about a pregnant woman who is terrorized in her home by a mysterious woman who, for unknown reasons, wants her unborn child. A really interesting twist on the idea of woman as the caring mother figure.

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (dir. Chan-wook Park, 2005)
I watched this for the first time recently and completely fell in love. Definitely my favourite of Chan-wook Park’s Revenge Trilogy, it follows Geum-ja Lee, a woman who was falsely imprisoned for a terrible crime and upon her release seeks vengeance on the man who put her there. Beautifully shot with a fantastic female-heavy cast.

The Woman (dir. Lucky McKee, 2011)
One of my favourite indie horror films (that I was lucky enough to design a licensed shirt for, pictured above - thanks Atomic Cotton!). A father and son trap a feral woman they come across in the woods and attempt to “civilize” her - the key word being attempt. Great performances by a variety of female characters in this but definite star is Pollyanna McIntosh as the titular “Woman”. McKee also directed May (2002), about a girl who, obsessed with the idea of a perfect body, creates her own Frankenstein monster-esque lover. Watch both.

Near Dark (dir. Kathryn Bigelow, 1987)
One of my favourite vampire films, EVER. This was Bigelow’s solo directorial debut and from what I’ve read she had to deal with quite a bit of gender bias after being brought onto the project. I for one am glad she stuck it out!

Ôdishon (Audition) (dir. Takashi Miike, 1999)
This one goes out to all the ladies that have dreamt of getting payback on that date who never called back. Definitely one for fans of slow burn horror; don’t expect much excitement until the end, but it is so worth it. I cringed. A lot.

Man, the way some shippers talk, I feel sorry for them. Like, you don’t have friends you’d do tough shit for? You don’t have friends that would do tough shit for you? That sucks. My bff lives on the other side of the ocean, but if her life were in danger, I’d go through fire to save her. If someone was planning her doom or say wanted to falsely imprison her, I’d do what every it took to stand in the line of fire to protect her. And yet, somehow, I actually wouldn’t want or expect to fall into bed with her afterwards, cause, like, I love her like she’s my sister. If you don’t have friends like that - y’all need to get new friends. Just wow.