The Police Officers Who Returned 14-Year-Old Boy To Jeff Dahmer
“MILWAUKEE, Aug. 25 1991— A police officer suspended for returning a 14-year-old Laotian boy to Jeffrey L. Dahmer, who has since admitted killing 17 people, said he had agonized over how he might have prevented the boy’s death.
“God as my witness, I just didn’t dump a little boy in the hands of a murderer. That’s not what happened,” the officer, Joseph T. Gabrish, told The Milwaukee Journal in a story published today.
On May 27, neighbors called the police to report seeing a naked and bleeding boy run from Mr. Dahmer’s apartment building. After interviewing Mr. Dahmer, Officer Gabrish and two fellow officers accepted his explanation that the youth was an adult and his lover and that the boy was drunk. The officers went with Mr. Dahmer and the boy to Mr. Dahmer’s apartment. The other officers were also suspended. Incident Led to Protests
After Mr. Dahmer was arrested in July, he told the police that he strangled the boy, Konerak Sinthasomphone, soon after the officers left. He also said the body of another victim was in a bedroom during the officers’ visit.”
Aftermath: After the trial the officers were fired, but both were reinstated soon. With full back pay. And right after that Balcerzak and Gabrish were named “officers of the year” by their local union, the Milwaukee Police Association. In May 2005, Balcerzak was elected president of the Milwaukee Police Association
U.S. Army Military Police Corps officers detain 14-year-old Willy Etschenberg and 10-year-old Hubert Heinrichs after the two youths were captured while shooting at U.S. troops following the Allied victory at the Battle of Aachen. October, 1944.
I like to learn about other peoples lives, and not because I like to
invade peoples privacy, I just like learning about how others view the
world, so, honestly, I would prefer pen palling (is that a real verb?)
with someone much different than I. I am a teenage girl who lives on the
west coast of the USA. I like to experiment with fashion (which means I
dress like a clown 9 times out of 10.) I’m not really into makeup or
super into hair, but I’m not really a ‘tom boy’ or anything like that
'cuz I like wearing dresses and I hate sports with a burning passion. I
only speak English, but (and the rest of this sentence will be
disappointing) I can speak (literally) two words of polish and like two
sentences of french. My family’s culture is Polish, but I don’t really
know much about it, since my great grandparents were the ones who
immigrated from there, so my family is more American then Polish at this
point. My parents are divorced since I was 3, so it would be cool if my
pen pal had divorced parents too, because then we’d have something in
common to talk about. I’m kind of a cynic. My favorite tv shows include:
Stranger Things, This Is Us, Bill Nye Saves the Word, The Twilight
Zone, The Office, Community, Parks and Recreation, Project Runway, The
Middle, and The Guild. I don’t know what else to say. Don’t be a creep
or an axe murderer I guess.
Preferences: I would prefer someone from ages 14-16,
and possibly someone from a different country or coast as me, as I like
to learn about other people’s cultures. If you come from another country
that doesn’t speak English, and want to be my pen pal, you don’t have
to speak perfect English either. I can always google translate or help
you with your English.
Stuff that probably happens at the Grump office #14
They all share clothes. Everyone wears each others things. You come into the office and Brian has Suzys heels on. Dans wearing Arins poofy pants. Matt has a dress thrown on, although no one knows who exactly the owner is.
Beautiful Gong Shim (10/10)- I watched this after Chief Kim aired because I needed more Namgoong min in my life and it did not disappoint.
Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (6/10): only liked the main leads (and maybe the brother idk?) and the rest of the Drama was just a shit show with racism, sexism and just yuck. I won’t be coming back to watch this ever again as one time was enough for me. Unlike Weightlifting Fairy which was 1000x more better than this and I would actually watch that again.
The King of Romance (8/10): Started this a long time ago and managed to go around to finish it. It’s a pretty ok Chinese drama so if you like those give it a try.
Hi I know you guys probably won’t do this, but I have been EXTREMELY sick lately, and my vitamin D has been VERY low (It’s 5 and it’s supposed to be 30…) and I made a video for Markiplier while I have been sick. I have had headaches, violent shaking, stomach aches, nausea, dizziness, tiredness, loss of focus, loss of ability to do certain tasks, fatigue, loss of appetite/thirst and many more symptoms. This has basically been the past 3 weeks for me, and I have gotten a blood test and had to walk out of class to go to the office over 14 times for 2-3 hours. I have missed so much school and I was crying today just wanting to get better. I really want for him to see it because I have a really special message in the description for him and I need help getting him to see it. If you want to, please please watch the video and share it, or at least reblog this so he can see it. If you do watch the video please leave your input on it in the comments. Again, I don’t want to seem like I am trying to get attention from him, I genuinely want for him to see it because it is really special and has lots of meaning to me, and I know lots of you will like it too. Thank you for reading this also, it means a lot to me that you took your time to read this.
The deadliest terrorist attacks in Russia (in chronological order). Part 6
Tula and Rostov
aircraft bombing (24 August 2004)
On 24 August, 2004
two domestic passenger flights were blown up in the air. All 43 passengers of
the first flight and all 46 passengers of the second flight died.
Responsibility for the attacks was taken by infamous Chechen militant Shamil
Basayev who is also the man behind Budyonnovsk hospital hostage crisis, Moscow
theater hostage crisis, Tushino bombing, Beslan school siege and many others
bombing (31 August, 2004)
Deaths: 9 (excluding
the suicide bomber)
On the evening of 31
August, 2004 a female suicide bomber blew herself up outside Moscow’s Rizhskaya metro
station, killing 9 people. Chechen militant Shamil Basayev took the responsibility
for the attack.
siege (1-3 September, 2004)
On 1 September,
2004 a group of Chechen separatists (32 militants) took hostage 1,128 people in the school of small and peaceful
town of Beslan, North Ossetia. The hostage crisis lasted for three days and
resulted in death of 333 hostages.
bombing (19 July, 2005)
On 19 July, 2005 a
truck bomb exploded in the village of Znamenskoe,
Chechnya. 11 police officers and 3 civilians were killed.
Nalchik raid (13-14
On 13 and 14
October, 2005 militants committed series of attacks, mostly on police stations,
in the city of Nalchik,
Kabardino-Balkaria, killing 35
officers and 14 civilians. 97 militants were killed, 70 surrendered.
bombing (21 August, 2006)
On 21 August, 2006
a bomb planted by members of neo-Nazi organization exploded at Moscow’s Cherkizovsky
Market, killing 14 people. Four out of five perpetrators were sentenced to life