Archive for September, 2012

El Taliban, Leader Of 400 Zetas Arrested By Mexican Marines

El Taliban also known as Zeta-50 taken into custody in San Luis Potosi, the capitol of the state of San Luis Potosi.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 28, 2012

San Luis Potosi, Mexico – On Wednesday, Mexican Marines captured Iván Velázquez Caballero, 42, aka, “Zeta-50” or “El Taliban” in the capitol city of San Luis Potosi without firing a shot, according to the Department of the Secretary of Marines (Semar). Caballero had more than 400 Zetas under his command in four states, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, Coahuila and Guanajuato. Caballero controlled Nuevo Laredo and Monterey in 2007 and is considered the main financial executive for the Zeta criminal organization, according to José Luis Vergara, Spokesman for Semar.
Caballero, who is originally from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas was arrested without firing a shot in the neighborhood of Tangamanga along with two other Zetas identified as, Carlos Uriel de Santiago Hernández, 19, of San Luis Potosi and Manuel Antonio Guerrero, 27, of Monterey. Mexican Marines confiscated several vehicles, weapons, marijuana and $20,000 (U.S) in cash.
The Mexican Attorney General’s Office in March offered $30,000,000 pesos ($2.4M U.S.) for any information leading to Caballero’s arrest.
Caballero got his alias “El Taliban” for having his rivals and victims of the Zetas tortured and beheaded.

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Iván Velázquez Caballero, aka, “Zeta-50”

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Police Seek Two Suspects That Shot Up And Robbed Local Restaurant

Two suspects with hoodies, but without masks being sought by Milwaukee police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 27, 2012

Milwaukee, WI – Two suspects are being sought in connection with a armed robbery on Monday night at the JC King’s restaurant at the 3100 block of S. 13th St. in Milwaukee’s Southside. Two armed suspects went inside the restaurant and one fired a shot at the ceiling and the other suspect held several customers at gun point.
One suspect pushed a customer to the ground and another was kneed in the back, according to police.
They took an undetermined amount of money.

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Federal Bill To Deport Illegal Aliens Who Vote Introduced

A proposed federal Senate bill would make it a felony and an expedited deportation offense for those illegal aliens and noncitizens that vote.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 26, 2012

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La) has introduced a proposed bill, the Project Voter Integrity Act S. 3579, which would make it a federal felony and an expedited deportation offense for any illegal alien and noncitizen who votes in federal elections. Undocumented immigrants would be subject to deportation under the Immigration and Nationality Act, if the bill is approved by Congress.
Senator Vitter claims and estimated that tens of thousands of illegal aliens have registered to vote in the U.S., but he failed to provide any actual proof or any crime statistics of mass numbers of illegal aliens charged, convicted of voting or committing voter fraud along with the bill on September 20, when he introduced the bill.
In a news release Vitter stated, “While this may sound bizarre to a lot of folks in Washington, illegal aliens and noncitizens have no constitutional right to vote in American elections. And they certainly shouldn’t influence the outcomes. Louisianians and the rest of America understand this as common sense,” said Vitter. “My bill injects some of that common sense and puts teeth into voter laws so we can uphold the integrity of American elections. Of course we want immigrants to become voters once they become citizens, but our election system and our right to vote are being taken advantage of because of weak enforcement.”
Senator Vitter’s bill has been stalled and became temporarily moot since, Congress ended their session and recessed until after the November elections.
Democrats are claiming Senator Vitter is just attempting to create voter hysteria with his bill before the November presidential elections. It’s common sense that noncitizens can’t vote and it’s illegal and already a crime for undocumented immigrants to vote, according to Democrats.

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Chief Flynn Accused Of A Police Coverup By Williams Mother’s Attorney

Milwaukee Common Council and Mayor Barrett requesting the U.S. Attorney’s Office to investigate the homicide of Williams while in police custody.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 25, 2012

Milwaukee, WI – On Tuesday, the Milwaukee Common Council and Mayor Tom Barrett will meet in close session to discuss their request for the U.S. Attorney’s Office to investigate the homicide of Derek Williams, 22, while in police custody. John Chisholm, Milwaukee County District Attorney on Monday indicated that he wanted a special prosecutor to investigate Williams homicide involving three Milwaukee police officers accused of negligence for refusing to render medical assistance to a suspect in custody resulting in death.
Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn says, the department will make available all records and evidence to the feds, if the U.S. Attorney’s Office takes the case. Calls for Chief Flynn to resign is spreading after allegations of a police coverup were made by local Attorney Robin Shellow, who is representing Williams mother.
Over the weekend, the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office revised their July 6, 2011 death determination for Williams from a natural cause contributed by sickle cell complications while in Milwaukee police custody to a homicide. A ruling by Assistant Medical Examiner Cristopher Poulos in 2011 indicated the examiner failed to review all of the evidence, including a police squad video showing Williams suffering problems from breathing before ruling that Williams had died from sickle cell complications. It was determined later, that Williams didn’t have sickle cell disease.
Attorney Shellow confirmed on Monday, that Poulos had reviewed the video in 2011 before ruling Williams had died from the sickle cell disease because she was present when Poulos saw it.
The video showed Williams begging for medical attention after repeatedly telling an officer he couldn’t breathe and was suffocating in the rear seat of a police vehicle. The officer told Williams that he was playing games, according to the audio in the video.
The Williams case was reviewed after the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel contacted Assistant Medical Examiner Poulos about new evidence and a video released through an open records request that was excluded in 2011 to determine the death of Williams.
The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office reopened the Williams death investigation and is pursuing an independent investigation. Chief Flynn said earlier, that he doesn’t believe an officer would be charged in Williams homicide.
In July 2011, Williams was arrested for attempted robbery shortly after being released from jail on a warrant for a child support violation. He ran and fled from police on N. Holton and E. Center, but was arrested by Officers Patrick Coe and Richard Ticcioni, who were two of five officers responding to the call.
Williams was placed on Officer Jeffrey Cline’s squad who initially responded to the call with Officer Zachary Thoms.
Williams, who is Black complained to Officer Cline that he couldn’t breathe and the officer opened the windows. Then Cline left to finish his robbery investigation, while Officer Jason Bleichwehl questioned Williams in the squad.
Williams had complained about his breathing problem for at least fifteen minutes before slumping over and stopped breathing. Officer Bleichwehl attempted to give CPR to Williams, but failed to resuscitate Williams.
Chief Flynn has placed three of the officers in administrative duty until the outcome of Williams case. The U.S. Attorney’s Office is expected to review, if the officers involved violated Williams civil rights while in custody.

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Yang Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison For Wal-mart Homicide

Yang sentenced to 18 years in prison and 12 years supervision in Wal-mart homicide.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 24, 2012

Shebogan, WI – On Monday, Sheboygan County Circuit Court Judge L. Edward Stengel sentenced Kou Yang, 21, of Sheboygan to 18 years in prison and 12 years supervision for three felony counts of 1st-degree reckeless homicide, one count of 1st-degree reckless injuring and one count for possession of a firearm by felon, in connection with the murder of Pheng Lee, 20, on January 8th. A jury convicted Yang in October and it found that he did not act in self defense when he fired at least five shots at Lee and three other men. Lee was fatally shot in the chest twice and died at a local hospital.
Yang was accused of discharging five 9mm shots at Lee and Cheng Lung Moua, 21, and his friends outside a Wal-mart parking lot at the 3700 block of S. Taylor Dr. shortly after they approached Yang’s vehicle.
Moua got into an argument with Yang inside Wal-mart at a checkout counter. Yang was accompanied by his wife and a 16-year-old teenager.
Lee and two other men arrived at Wal-mart after Moua called them. They walked up to Yang’s vehicle to discuss the incident and to tell Yang to leave Moua alone. But Yang feeling threaten took his weapon out and fired a shot at them. The victims ran and Yang continued to fire four additional shots striking both Lee and Moua.
Lee was a student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He later died at a Hospital from a bullet wound through the heart and from another bullet that struck his right lung. Moua was shot in the jaw and lost two teeth and had reconstructive surgery.
Yang was convicted in 2010 for child abuse and is a convicted felon. He was facing up to 80 years in prison on all counts.

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Suspect’s Death In Police Custody Ruled As Homicide In Revised Ruling By Milwaukee County Medical Examiner

Latest revised medical examiner’s homicide ruling reopens death investigation into police negligence to rendering medical assistance to a suspect while in custody.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 24, 2012

Milwaukee, WI – The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office has revised their July 6, 2011 death determination of Derek Williams, 22, from a natural cause contributed by sickle cell complications while in Milwaukee police custody to a homicide. A ruling by a Assistant Medical Examiner Cristopher Poulos in 2011 indicated the examiner failed to review all of the evidence, including a police squad video showing Williams suffering problems from breathing before ruling that Williams had died from sickle cell complications. It was determined later, that Williams didn’t have sickle cell disease.
The video showed Williams begging for medical attention after repeatedly telling an officer he couldn’t breathe and was suffocating in the rear seat of a police vehicle. The officer told Williams that he was playing games, according to the audio in the video.
The Williams case was reviewed after the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel contacted Assistant Medical Examiner Poulos of new evidence and a video released through an open records request that was excluded in 2011 to determine the death of Williams.
The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office has reopen the Williams death investigation. Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn doesn’t believe an officer would be charged in Williams homicide.
In July 2011, Williams was arrested for attempted robbery shortly after being released from jail on a warrant for a child support violation. He ran and fled from police on N. Holton and E. Center, but was arrested by Officers Patrick Coe and Richard Ticcioni, who were two of five officers responding to the call.
Williams was placed on Officer Jeffrey Cline’s squad who initially responded to the call with Officer Zachary Thoms.
Williams, who is Black complained to Officer Cline that he couldn’t breathe and the officer opened the windows. Then Cline left to finish his robbery investigation, while Officer Jason Bleichwehl questioned Williams in the squad.
Williams had complained about his breathing problem for at least fifteen minutes before slumping over and stopped breathing. Officer Bleichwehl attempted to give CPR to Williams, but failed to resuscitate Williams.

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Derek Williams in police squad begging for help.

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Public Safety Plan Proposed For Local Police To Patrol Milwaukee County Parks

Local police departments in Milwaukee County to get stipends for patrolling parks.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 24, 2012

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, both Chris Abele, Milwaukee County Executive and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett announced a public safety plan that would eliminate more than $1.6 Million from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department budget and transfer those funds to the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) and other local police departments to patrol and respond to emergencies at county parks. The three year plan would take effect in 2013 and would also transfer the 911 system from the sheriff’s department to MPD. Abele said, the proposal would save money, provide better public safety and coordination of 911 calls in the city and county.
Abele confirmed, that he tried to shared the proposal with Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr., but Clarke hasn’t responded. Clarke during a live interview with Charlie Sykes on 620 AM radio said, he was informed about the new public safety plan about fifteen minutes before Abele and Barrett made the proposal public.
County stipends of about $125,000 would be provided to local police departments in the county who already patrol and respond to county park emergencies. MPD would take over all of the county parks located within the city limits and would get $1.6 Million a year for patrolling parks and taking over the 911 county system.
The Milwaukee County Board and the Milwaukee Common Council would have to be approved the new safety plan.

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