State of Emergency Declared In Baltimore As Multiple Fires Spread In A Four Block Radius

Firefighters are trying to control four fires within a four block area after chaos, looting, vandalism and destruction of property was reported shortly after the Freddie Gray funeral earlier in the day.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 27, 2015

Baltimore, Maryland – On Monday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) declared a State of Emergency in Baltimore, shortly after Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declared a State of Emergency for the city and set a curfew beginning on Tuesday from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Governor Hogan confirmed that at least 4,000 guardsman have been activated and placed on standby, 80 state troopers have joined Baltimore police after looters, vandals, thugs and gangs engaged in destructive chaos after the Freddie Gray funeral earlier today.
A CVS drug store was looted and then set on fire. A Check Cashing Place was broken into and looted as well and a corner store near the North and Pennsylvania Avenues.
Firefighters later at night were trying to control four fires. A large fire began at a senior housing complex under construction. The foundation of a senior housing from a local Baptist Church was destroyed. Another fire ignited at a vacant warehouse about a block away and homes near the senior housing caught fire from the ambers.
Fifteen police officers have been reported injured and multiple vehicles have been set on fire near the North and Pennsylvania Avenues, according to police. Two dozen people have been arrested.
During a press conference, Governor Hogan and authorities confirmed that more than 1,500 law enforcement officers have been assigned to the Baltimore area to restore order. An additional 5,000 law enforcement officers from the adjacent states will join Baltimore police and State police in attempting to take control of the streets.The armed Maryland National Guard will be working with police and the State police. The guard will begin patrolling the streets on Monday night.
Governor Hogan said, that thugs, out of state agitators and local gangs had turned a peaceful protest into a riot and causing chaos in the city. The agitators have broken up into multiple groups and are causing vandalism, looting, crime and setting fires to businesses.

Baltimore mom beats son after she catches him throwing rocks at police and forces him to go home. https://youtu.be/VRlmCf1Kj2o

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Victor Santiago Sentenced To 13 years In Prison For Hit-and-run Death

Santiago will do 8 years in prison and 5 years of supervision for the hit-and-run death of Alfred De la O. Silveira.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 27, 2015

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, Victor Santiago, 50, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for the hit-and-run death of Alfred De la O. Silveira, 63, in late November of 2014. Santiago will serve 8 years in prison and 5 years supervision, according to court records.
Santiago struck Silveira while crossing the 900 block of S. César E. Chavez Drive in November.
Santiago failed to stop and he was later taken into custody after police located his vehicle. A small bag with 0.23 grams of cocaine was found in his possession, according to the criminal complaint.
Santiago’s blood-alcohol concentration was .187, more than twice the legal limit.

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Bustos Media Buys Back WDDW La GranD 104 FM From Adelante Media

La GranD 104 FM WDDW was bought by Bustos Media for $1M, according to the FCC.

By H. Nelson Goodson
April 27, 2015

West Allis, WI – According to a recent filing with the Federal Communications Commission, Bustos Media, LLC of Portland, Oregon has bought back WDDW 104 FM La GranD Spanish language station from Adelante Media Group, LLC for $1M. Bustos Media owns the property in West Allis where WDDW is located today.
In March, Adelante Media placed WDDW for bid and Bustos Media won the bidding.
Adelante Media from Salt Lake City, UT also sold Television Station LP-WBWT 38 to DTV America Corp. from Sunrise, Florida for $425K. WBWT is a Mundo Fox affiliate.
Bustos Media website is temperarily down.

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Transparency Protest At Consulate General Of Mexico In Chicago On May 6

Mexican nationals will hold a major protest to seek transparency from the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago.

By H. Nelson Goodson
April 27, 2015

Chicago, IL – A major protest to seek transparency from the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago will be held on May 6, staring at 11:00 a.m. in front of the Consulate at 204 S. Ashland Ave., according to a united front of Mexican nationals. The Mexican Consulate in Chicago and Consul Carlos Jiménez Macias have been criticized for not reporting how much the Mexican government had provided in funds to the Consulate to sponsor El Grito event in 2014.
The latest transparency request has become another scandal for President Enrique Peña Nieto’s narco-government.

For more information: Pedro Fregoso Jr. Representing Mexican Consulate Big Blunder Over Alleged Retraction/Settlement Letter To Chicago Businessman http://bit.ly/1yYjB8y

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GOP Attempts To Strip Citizenship Of U.S. Born Children To Illegal Aliens

The Republican controlled U.S. House of Representatives are attempting once again to take away the citizenship of U.S. born children to illegal aliens or immigrants.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
April 27, 2015

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. to possibly strip the citizenship of U.S. born children to illegal aliens. http://1.usa.gov/1zfPv0s

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Antonio Coasaca Mamani Freed After Video Showed Weapon Planted By Peruvian Police

An agriculture worker and protester in the District of Chiguata in Perú is freed after a video showed that a federal police officer picks up a sharp metal object known as “Miguelito” and placed it on the victim’s hand to frame him. So that a photographer can take a photo and it was later posted on El Correo Daily Newspaper website.

By H. Nelson Goodson
April 26, 2015

Hacienda Pampa Blanca, Arequipa, Perú – The El Correo Daily newspaper in Arequipa is now facing criticism after it posted a photo showing Antonio Coasaca Mamani, 46, holding a sharp metal pointed object known as “Miguelito” while a Federal Special Police officer “FILOSOFE XXX” from the Policía Nacional de Perú forces him to hold the metal object. The unknown photographer’s picture was then posted the next day, April 23, 2015 in the Correo’s website with the headline, “La otra cara de la moneda: así atacaron a los antimineros.”
A protest by agriculture workers took place on April 22 at the Valle de Tambo in Chiguata in the province of Islay.
The false news headline and photo caption was later removed when a video surfaced showing that the unidentified Peruvian federal officer picked up the sharp metal object from the ground and placed it on Mamani’s hand as the photographer saw it happened and then takes a photo. A video capturing the deception was released by Mollendinostv and then it went viral.
When El Correo was confronted about the false photo caption report, it removed the photo from its website.
Mamani was facing 4 years in prison, if he would have been convicted of the false charges. He has since been released and the Peruvian federal officer and the photographer have not been charged for corruption and making a false charge.
El Correo Newspaper is now saying, that the editorial staff made a mistake and posted the wrong information on the photo. They don’t know who took the photo of Mamani. The Correo says, that the photographer doesn’t work for them and that they have requested for the federal government to investigate the incident.
The photographer who took Mamani’s photo was identified as Julio Ángulo Delgado who works for El Comercio.
Why did the Correo publish a photo, if it didn’t have the correct information? El Correo editor, Carlos Marcelo Rodriguez Rivera handled the Mamani photo and caption. The photo of Mamani was send to Rivera by the Comité Pro Desarrollo de la Provincia de Islay.
Peruvian authorities confirmed that Police Special Forces Colonel Walter Meza Ayala has been removed from command, including a general and two other colonels. The federal officer who planted the object on Mamani has been identified and weapons of a group of officers have been confiscated to do ballistic tests to find out who fired the fatal shot that killed Victoriano Guayana Niña, an agriculture worker and land owner during the protest.
Agriculture workers protest and strike against the Tía María Southern Copper mine project has halted operations for the last 35 days.
General Clever Vidal of the Peruvian Federal Special Police forces and three colonels, Ricardo Talavera Fuentes in the region of Mollendo replaced Col. Meza Ayala, Hector Holguin in the region of El Fiscal and Amador Bacaya Guadalupe in the region of Pampa Blanca in the province of Islay have replaced the former commanders after the revelations of abuse and murder of agriculture workers have been denounced by agriculture protesters.

Video where Peruvian federal police Officer FILOSOFE XXX planted weapon on Antonio Coasaca Mamani: https://youtu.be/bGboIqrI0mI

Radio interview with Antonio Coasaca Mamani: http://alturl.com/7x5kr

The photographer that took Antonio Coasaca Mamani’s photo when he was framed by a federal police officer was identified as Julio Ángulo Delgado who works for El Comercio in Peru. Ángulo Delgado was the personal photographer for Yamila Osorio Delgado, the regional President of Arequipa when she took office. She supports the Tía María Southern Copper mine project and is against the agricultural workers interests.

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Freddie Gray Protest Ends With Destruction And Violence In Baltimore

Reports of looting, riots, assaults, vandalism and robberies during Friday’s Baltimore protest for the killing of Freddie Gray.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

Baltimore, Maryland – At least a dozen people were arrested after a violent and destructive riot ignited near the end of what was suppose to be a peaceful gathering to seek justice for Freddie Gray, 25, an Afro-American who was murdered by police. It is still unclear why Gray was stopped, severely beaten and resulting with a broken spine. He later died from the injuries.
Seven Baltimore police officers connected to Gray’s homicide have been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the homicide investigation.
Hundreds of protesters gathered yesterday near the Baltimore stadium when Black anarchists began to break the windows of civilian vehicles, police squad cars and beat other people in the protest. In some cases, Black anarchists attacked and beat Whites who joined the peaceful protest to seek justice for Gray. The Black anarchists even turned on other Blacks trying to calm them down or attempting to stop them from committing crimes against their own community members.
Most of the peaceful protesters criticized the anarchists for tainting the peaceful protest. Police were tolerant even when anarchists threw bottles, debris and other items at them. They were verbally cursed with profanity and had the middle finger (bird) thrown at them.
Most of the Ustream TV recorded videos were removed to prevent identifying anarchists and gangs engaging in violent crimes during the Gray protest. Some reporters at the protest were assaulted and had their cameras damaged by the anarchists.

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