Friday, 29 December 2017

Muslim Scum Rapist


How a Brit paedophile’s hands got him convicted of a sickening child rape is revealed in BBC documentary

Cops in Manchester believed Oketch filmed himself abusing the toddler on a camcorder in 2013 and 2014 but the only parts visible of the man in the video were his torso, hands and penis, making a conviction difficult
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7267755/how-paedophiles-hands-saw-him-convicted-of-sickening-crime/

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In a case that has triggered public outrage, a top Finnish court has upheld a ruling that sex between an asylum seeker and a 10-year-old girl didn’t constitute rape. Critics are calling for harsher sentences for child abuse.Finland’s Supreme Court rejected a request from the prosecution to appeal a three-year jail term for a 23-year-old man on Thursday. Finnish media identify him as Juusuf Muhamed Abbudin, an asylum seeker, but don’t reveal his country of origin. More-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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SIX men who sexually abused two “naive and vulnerable” young girls in Rotherham more than a decade ago have been jailed for a total of 81-and-a-half years.Three brothers and three other men were sentenced for 19 “vile” offences committed against two girls including rape and false imprisonment at Sheffield Crown Court today....Brothers Basharat Dad (32) of Eldon Road, Eastwood, Nasar Dad (36) of Cranworth Road, Eastwood, and Tayab Dad (34) of St Lawrence Road, Tinsley, were convicted of 16 offences between them.... .Matloob Hussain (42) of Doncaster Road, Thrybergh, and Mohammed Sadiq (40) of Oxley Grove, Broom, were both found guilty of sexual intercourse with a girl under 13.... Amjad Ali (38), of Worksop, admitted before the trial to sexual intercourse with a girl under 13. ...When the sentences were passed down, there was a shout of “Justice” from one of the victims, while Ali and Tayab shouted the Muslim creed “Allahu Akbar”.
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I know this guy is a Jew but he has a good point here. Islam has no place in the western world I am going to buy a Koran and whipe my ass with it.


Sunday, 24 December 2017

Amy Bosley

Worthless ho plain and simple. She stole from her husband then killed him. Someone smack those tears of her face. She isn't crying over death she is crying because she got caught.

Classification: Murderer
Characteristics: Killed her husband so he would not known she had stolen millions from his business
Number of victims: 1
Date of murder: May 17, 2005
Date of arrest: 10 days after
Date of birth: 1967
Victim profile: Robert Bosley, 42 (her husband)
Method of murder: Shooting
Location: Campbell County, Kentucky, USA
Status: Plead guilty. Sentenced to 20 years in prison on November 2, 2006
Classification: Murderer
Characteristics: Killed her husband so he would not known she had stolen millions from his business
Number of victims: 1
Date of murder: May 17, 2005
Date of arrest: 10 days after
Date of birth: 1967
Victim profile: Robert Bosley, 42 (her husband)
Method of murder: Shooting
Location: Campbell County, Kentucky, USA
Status: Plead guilty. Sentenced to 20 years in prison on November 2, 2006






Missing millions and a gruesome murder

By Willard Roper/Tony James Features - Timesofoman.com

January 30, 2014
Amy Bosley was the archetypal American dream wife...attractive, kind and funny, a devoted mother, a valued business partner to her husband, an untiring charity worker and community stalwart in the small town of Campbell, Kentucky.
But that dream became a nightmare at dawn on a May morning in 2005 when 38-year-old Amy rang police in floods of tears to report that an intruder had broken into their holiday cabin, fatally shot her husband, terrified their two young children and was still lurking somewhere in the house Patrol cars rushed to the remote luxury cabin deep in woodland in Campbell County — and found a scene of appalling violence.
Bob Bosley, a 41-year-old businessman, was lying dead on the bed in the master bedroom, his body torn by at least seven revolver bullets. The room and the rest of the cabin, had been ransacked - possessions and clothes strewn around the doors and windows broken.
Indeed, surveying the wreckage, one hardened detective muttered to a colleague: "This is overkill...No intruder would kill the guy like this and then destroy the place."
The Bosleys' two sons, Trevor, nine, and Morgan, six, asleep in a first-floor loft bedroom had not been harmed although they had been woken by the commotion and told to stay in their room by their mother.
Police searched the house and grounds, but no intruder was found. Amy Bosley in a state of shock, was taken to the house of friends.
"It was a very bloody scene," Detective Dave Fickensecher said later. "You could see bullet-holes everywhere. The once immaculate cabin was a shambles. Whatever had gone on was extremely violent."
Sniffer dogs were brought in but failed to find anything and helicopters searched the heavily-wooded area look anyone resembling Amy Bosley's description of "a white guy in his thirties, very tall and with a pointed very mean face." But no one was found.
Not surprisingly the case was headline news for in the town of Campbell, Bob and Amy Bosley were the nearest they had to royalty. They owned a million-dollar roofing business, had sports cars, horses, their own plane and a 50-ft motor-yacht. They also planned to build a castle-like mansion on their 35-acre estate.
It was on this land, mainly remote woods, that the Bosleys had built their weekend retreat, a luxury cabin, which was now the scene of the first murder in Campbell County for more than 15 years.
About the only piece of evidence detectives had was a transcript of the initial emergency call, made at 5am in which Amy Bosley said: "Someone is breaking into my house. What can I do? Help me, help me."
Then, before the dispatcher could reply, Amy cried: "Oh my God, he's shot my husband. He's shot Bob. I think he's still in the house." He wasn't. But that didn't mean he was not still in the Campbell area and mounting panic gripped the community. Locals fearing that a crazed killer was on the loose kept their children at home from school the following days.
Said a neighbour, Bobby Wahoff: "I can't believe what's happened. Bob was the nicest guy you could find. He would give you the shirt off his back if he had to."
The day after the murder, police chief Keith Hill told the media:" We believe that a white male suspect entered the Bosley cabin through the back door which was broken.
"The strange thing is that nothing appears to be missing and no gun or shell casings have been found. We have no motive at this time and no explanation as to why Bob Bosley was killed.
At the same press conference, Amy Bosley made a tearful statement in which she said:"We have every faith in the police department and the investigation to find this killer. We are helping the authorities in every way we can. "Unfortunately as of now all I can remember is that I woke up and was on the floor. I heard shots and I saw a man leave the house."
Soon afterwards police investigations began to reveal that the Bosley marriage had not been as idyllic as Amy claimed it to be. Bob spent most weekends on his boat on nearby Lake Cumberland holding parties at which most of the guests were women.
Friends said that Bob would be on the lake for days at a time and refuse to tell Amy who he was with and when he would be back. But not all the Bosley's secrets concerned Bob's extramarital affairs. A close study of the finances of the roofing company of which Amy was financial director, showed that the apparently booming enterprise was going bust.
Amy it seemed, was destroying the business by embezzling nearly $2 million which should have been paid to the IRS tax authorities. "Our case is that she was destroying his business to get even with him for being unfaithful," prosecutor Michelle Snodgrass was later to tell a court.
And Bob's sister Debbie Webb was to recall: "Amy once told me that if Bob was ever unfaithful to her or left her she would shoot him.I didn't take this seriously but it lingered in the back of my mind."
Suddenly suspicion fell on tragic wife Amy Bosley but she vehemently denied having anything to do with the crime."I loved Bob, despite any problems we had," she told detectives.
"We didn't have a perfect marriage -who does? - but he was the father of my children and I had no reason to shoot him." But the police didn't believe her and three days later Amy was arrested and charged with murder. When she appeared before Judge John Stine and a jury at Campbell County courthouse,prosecutor Snodgrass claimed that a police search of the cabin had found Amy's handbag hidden in the back a cupboard. It contained a Glock handgun from her husband's collection.
But defence attorney Jim Morgan said that as no ammunition had been found there was no evidence that the weapon was the one used to kill Bob Bosley.
He told the jury: "There were no witnesses, no DNA evidence and the possibility of another killer can't be ruled out because Bob Bosley had made many enemies through his business dealings." It was then that prosecutor Snodgrass produced her trump cards: the two Bosley children. Interviewed by child experts they had made statements saying that the glass in the back door had been shattered AFTER the murder — to make it look like a break-in.
"The first thing that woke the kids were the gunshots," Michelle Snodgrass told the jury."They heard the glass breaking after the gunshots. This testimony was crucial but as no one wanted the children, now living with their grandparents, to be forced to give evidence against their mother, the prosecution offered a plea-bargain involving a lighter sentence to save the youngsters from testifying.
Amy Bosley changed her plea to guilty and was gaoled for a minimum of 17 years. But the Bosley family were not happy and let her know their feelings. Bob's brother James told her:"You can walk out of gaol, dig up the loot we believe you stole from my brother's business and live the rest of your life in luxury.
"All we hope is that every night you see the face of my brother and the tear-stained faces of your children who have been turned into orphans and who saw horrors that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.





A Double Life, Missing Millions and Murder

By Joseph Diaz - ABCnews.go.com

September 4, 2007
Amy and Bob Bosley were like local royalty -- they owned a million-dollar roofing business and were active volunteers in their community. But a phone call one spring morning would devastate their Campbell County, Ky., domain.
"Someone is breaking into my house," Amy frantically told a 911 dispatcher. "Oh my God, he shot my husband!" she exclaimed.
Police rushed to the scene and discovered the Bosleys' cabin in shambles. The back door was broken in, shattered glass was everywhere and in the bedroom they found Bob Bosley dead -- shot seven times. As family and friends wondered who could have committed such a grisly murder in their small community, especially against someone as popular as Bob, his wife, Amy, the only eyewitness, was forced to expose the most intimate details of their marriage to police.
Detectives questioned Amy about rumors of the couple's allegedly open marriage. They also asked her about Lake Cumberland -- a beautiful place to relax, drink, and do things you might not do at home -- where Bob would spend weekends cruising around on his boat.
Amy revealed that Bob kept secrets from her and would disappear to Lake Cumberland for days at time. "He liked to have a lot of women and have big parties on his boat," said county prosecutor Michelle Snodgrass. The lake is notorious for wild parties; when "Primetime" visited, some women were going topless for Mardi Gras beads.
During their investigation, police uncovered graphic photographs of Bob with other women. They were able to confirm at least one extramarital affair but Detective Dave Fickenscher doesn't think that was the couple's biggest issue. "The big secret was the financial downfall of the business," he said.
The Money Trail
For years Bob had built up his chimney sweep and roofing business, eventually turning it into somewhat of a local empire with Amy right beside him handing the bookkeeping. But during the investigation into the murder, poli
http://murderpedia.org/female.B/b/bosley-amy-photos.htm
http://abcnews.go.com/Primetime/story?id=3546142&page=1http://abcnews.go.com/Primetime/story?id=3546142&page=1
Bosley's Kentucky home



Saturday, 23 December 2017

Winnipeg= The Detroit of Canada



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Time to Play GUESS WHAT I DID
Answers Located Below
1) Christopher Flett
Flett I need more sleep and drugs did which of the following?
A) Armed Robbery
B) Rape
C)Stabbing
D) Possession of Stolen Property

2) Joshua Bourgouin

Josh Bourgouin still hasn't hit puberty but he is still a criminal he did?
a) Stabbing
b)Stealing
c)Stealing and Stabbing
d) Got caught masterbating outside Mcdonalds

3) Michael Tylor Fless
Michael Fless aka tattoo neck was just caught in Ontario for a crime committed in Winnipeg he?
a) Robbed a Bank
b)Prostituted himself out to old men outside Mcdonalds for cheeseburgers
c)Rape and Assault
d) Murder
Answers
1=D, 2=C, 3=D
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Winnipeg's Finest

Someone hide the fucking lysol and listerine this studly sex offender is getting released soon. He is high risk to reoffend and could be moving to a neighbourhood near YOU. 24-year-old Thomas Mackenzie Anderson, who police warn could re-offend in a sexual or violent manner, especially against females, is expected to live in Winnipeg.He was serving a sentence for aggravated sexual assault and break and enter to commit robbery after a 2011 incident. Police said Anderson entered a residence at night through a window before robbing, assaulting and sexually assaulting a woman inside.

=================================Winnipeg police seeking suspect in machete attack

Police in Winnipeg are asking for help from the public in locating a suspect involved in a violent attack on a woman in Shaughnessy Heights. Officials said the incident happened at around 6:15 a.m. Feb. 24 on Magnus Avenue between Chudley Street and Buller Avenue.The victim was hit with a machete repeatedly. After falling to the ground, she was kicked in the head, face and upper body. Police are looking for Vincent Rupert Thompson, 29. He is described as 6′ tall, approximately 170 pounds, with short brown hair and brown eyes.Thompson is currently wanted for Aggravated Assault.
https://globalnews.ca/news/4077365/winnipeg-police-seeking-suspect-in-machete-attack/
Even the cops drink and drive in Winnipeg


This feller just needs a nap.

We are standing at the downtown intersection of Martha Street and Henry Avenue. To the left is a 25,000-square-foot Salvation Army facility that can house 360 people. To the right is the Main Street Project, an emergency drop-in shelter and detox centre. Indigenous people are over-represented among the ranks of the homeless and addicted; solvent abuse is as common as alcoholism in this downtown district. We are mere blocks from the city’s financial core.
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Being homeless isn’t easy in a city where the average overnight low in January is -23C, Maytwayashing explains. “You go anywhere you could find a heater. Heated bus shacks. Or even walking around Winnipeg Square.” That’s the financial district’s indoor mall.
The city does not lack for social organisations trying to help downtrodden indigenous people: SEED Winnipeg, which helps poor inner-city residents open bank accounts or start businesses; Ndinawe, whose indigenous-focused services range from a safe house for street kids to recreational hockey games; Ka Ni Kanichihk, which runs mentorships for teens leaving the care of child and family services; or the North End Food Security Network, which buses people who live in “food deserts” ­­to supermarkets that sell fresh produce.
But it’s difficult when nobody seems to be addressing the root causes, say community groups. “Lots of banks and businesses have run for the hills,” said co-ordinator Jasmine Tara, who derives her funding from Neighbourhoods Alive, a provincial funding entity that’s poured millions into community-development programs in 12 Winnipeg neighbourhoods.
Winnipeg is the Detroit of Canada
I was actually born in Winnipeg too fuck


Can You Buy Me A 24 LOL


https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/Homeless-people-suffer-disproportionately-higher-rates-of-violent-crime-301491901.html