Archive for December, 2016

Pat Scott Dykas Died At A Milwaukee Southside Speedway Gas Station, Circumstances Unclear

Dykas had been released from the Milwaukee County House of Corrections hours earlier before his death at a local Southside Speedway gas station in Milwaukee.

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

December 31, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – On Friday, Pat Scott Dykas, 27, apparently died at a local Southside Milwaukee Speedway gas station at 959 W. Lincoln Ave. Police and fire fighters responded to a call at around 6:34 p.m. for a reported injury or sick person. The Speedway gas station was closed and police placed yellow tape around the immediate area of the gas station.
Police continue to investigate Dykas death and it is still unclear how Dykas died. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office hasn’t released any information either relating to Dykas death.
Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) contacted Speedway staff on Saturday, no information was provided, but the person who answered at Speedway stated that it wasn’t a robbery and couldn’t elaborate further about what happened. Police have not released any information about Dykas death.
According to information, Dykas had been released hours earlier from the Milwaukee County House of Corrections on Friday before his reported death at the Speedway gas station.

A Gofundme has been created for Pat Dykas funeral expenses at http://bit.ly/2jlXAxS

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Mexico’s PEMEX 20% Gasoline Price Increase Ignites National Transport Blockade A Day After New Year’s Day

Chihuahua joins the National Transport blockade to protest a federal 20% increase of PEMEX gasoline prices in Mexico.

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

December 30, 2016

Chihuahua, Mexico – All roads, highways and train travel routes in Chihuahua, Mexico will be blocked on Monday, January 2, 2017 starting around 7:00 a.m. for a national protest of a federal 20% increase of PEMEX gasoline prices approved by the Mexican Congress and the Peña Nieto government, according to El Barzón, a civil social rights organization in Chihuahua. Only police emergency vehicles, first responders and ambulances will be permited to cross citizen blockades around the State of Chihuahua and other states involved in the national protest.

On January 1, 2017, the monopoly national gasoline PEMEX Company will increase gasoline prices per liter by 20% under a federal law passed by the Mexican Congress and President Enrique Peña Nieto.

• Magna (Regular gas): $15.99 pesos per liter (U.S. $0.77) +14.2% increase
• Premium: $17.79 pesos per liter (U.S. $0.85) +20.1% increase
• Diesel: $17.05 pesos per liter (U.S. $0.82) +16.5% increase


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Video Shows Several Turkish Soldiers Burned Alive By ISIS

ISIS terrorists failed to cover faces as they killed several Turkish soldiers by burning them alive.

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

December 30, 2016

An Islamic State video has surfaced showing several Turkish soldiers in a cage who are chained by the neck and body with flammable liquid bags attached to them. The graphic video was posted in the Clarion Project dot org Web page to education and show how destructible and evil the Islamic State operates to spread their terror in occupied territories.
No information was provided where it was recorded or when the video was made and date it was released.

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Milwaukee White Cops Strike Child In The Mouth And Take Weapon From Revolutionary Black Panther Party

Members of the Revolutionary Black Panther Party get confronted by White cops who confiscated a weapon while holding an outdoor food pantry event at N. 27th Street and W. Fond du Lac Ave.

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

December 28, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – On Wednesday, multiple Milwaukee White cops and a supervisor were accused of interrupting a peaceful event held by the Revolutionary Black Panther Party (RBPP) at an outdoor sidewalk People’s Public Pantry and Feed The People Program taking place at N. 27th Street and W. Fond du Lac Ave. Vaun L. Mayes, the RBPP National and Regional General including the Minister of Information/Media, also known as an Afro-American national civil rights activist who participated at the event posted a video he recorded of the incident on his Facebook (FB) account and reported that a Milwaukee police officer had struck a girl between the age of 11 to 12 in the mouth and the injury caused her to bleed.
Mayes told Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) when contacted that the RBPP have been kept under surveillance by the Milwaukee police, since the other day when the RBPP acquired a legal permit to marched and hold a rally on December 18 while armed against police brutality and corruption within the Seventh Milwaukee Police District Station under the command of Milwaukee Police Department Chief Edward Flynn.
Mayes has been very vocal against Milwaukee Police Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown, 24, who worked at the Seventh Milwaukee Police District Station and was recently charged with 1st-degree reckless homicide for the cold blooded murder of Sylville Smith, 23, near Sherman Park. Officer Heaggan-Brown has since been terminated from the Milwaukee Police Department. Heaggan-Brown who is Afro-American was also charged with two felony counts for 2nd-degree sexual assault of intoxicated victim, 2nd-degree sexual assault of unconscious victim, one felony count for capture an intimate representation and two misdemeanor counts for prostitution-none maritial intercourse for the August 15 sexual assault of a male victim, a day after killing Smith.
Heaggan-Brown had been also named with another officer in a federal lawsuit filed by a male victim, that both officers illegal targeted and stripped searched the victim.
Mayes says, that the RBPP have combined a Sherman Park food program with the People’s Public Pantry and Feed The People Program to provide complimentary food and other services to the Afro-American community, but that police have been harassing the RBPP.
In a released statement, Mayes stated, “we recognize the police have targeted us since we did the armed march last week… this is apparent in our other live feeds. I make sure to document them following and watching us. This is unacceptable and it will not be tolerated. This is an organization of self defense, and we are an armed group. We will remain so. We will not be intimidated nor bullied out of our service to the community. The RBPP have done the Feed the People Program for months at that location without incident or complaints. My Program from Sherman Park, the Program in the Parks created the People’s Public Pantry about a month or so ago, and have just joined both of them to bring more resources to the people in the community, where as my program usually operates out of Sherman Park.”
According to Mayes, the police usually stakes out the RBPP sponsored food program with 3 to 4 police squads in the area, which engage in surveillance, take photos, video and etc., which in return, the RBPP does the same thing and documents police presence and post the RBPP intelligence gathering on Mayes FB account for the public to see.
On Wednesday police, “took one weapon, (which was legal and valid as far as licensed) and arrested one person for a petty bench warrant,” Mayes reported.
The Milwaukee Police Department has yet to release a statement about confiscating a weapon while being open carried by a RBPP member and the allegation that a young girl was struck by an officer at the RBPP open pantry event in the Northside. A police sergeant at the scene had a body camera on his glasses and most likely other officers had body cameras as well and might have captured, which officer struck the young girl.
According to an officer at the scene in the video, he told the RBPP members that someone had called police and made a complaint because they were in front of a private business and obstructing the sidewalk with the food open pantry operation.

MPD and RBPP incident video at: https://youtu.be/i0J0oaZ6Wfg and http://goo.gl/M5agNS

Update: Vaun L. Mayes reported that the following Facebook (FB) accounts, Back the Blue Wisconsin and Sean Baker (a fake profile) are behind calling false police calls, the filing of false police reports, including the misuse of an electronic device.
Both FB accounts indicate the obvious and Baker admits the complicity.

WI: The Milwaukee Police Department including Police Chief Edward Flynn is facing a $400M federal civil lawsuit for the Constitutional rights violation incident involving White officers who illegally seized a weapon and a 10-year-old child was struck in the mouth by a careless officer during a confrontation with members of the Revolutionary Black Panther Party, a Milwaukee organization.
Also, CBS 58 reported that the RBPP has not confirmed a date when the lawsuit will be filed. Chief Flynn and the MPD haven’t responded to the RBPP claim that police officers violated their civil and Constitutional rights, according to CBS 58.

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Félix Peña Killed During Horse Race At The Rubi XV Birthday Event in Mexico

Peña was trampled over by his horse causing his death during a $10,000 peso price winning horse race at the Rubi 15th (XV) Birthday event at a ranch in La Joya in the state of San Luis Potosi in Mexico.

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

December 26, 2016

La Joya Grande, San Luis Potosi, Mexico – On Monday, Félix Peña, 66, from the town of Jesús Maria de Villa de Guadalupe was representing Los Coyotes Negros during a horse race at the Rubi 15th Birthday celebration was killed when he got to close on the race tracks and his horse trampled over him causing his death at an area known as the Dry Lagoon (Laguna Seca) near a La Joya Grande ranch. The horse race was cancelled due to the fatal accident.
Rubi’s XV Birthday celebration went viral on social media after her father, Cresencio Ibarra and her mother, Anaelda Garcia in a Youtube video invited people to attend the event. Ibarra later explained that it was an invitation for family and friends only, but the invite went viral as a joke and drew international attention.
The horse race winning price was $10,000 pesos ($485.20 U.S.), which Peña’s horse was leading the horse race when he got over excited got into the racing track and his horse, the Oso Dormido ran him over. Peña was taken to a local hospital, but was pronounced dead.
In an interview by Horacero dot com, Peña stated he was not doing it for the price money, but for the fame and recognition for his horse as a winner.
A video of the incident was released by Horacero dot com.
Reports of a second person being injured or has died was reported as well, but no confirmation has been released.

The Félix Peña video of the fatal incident at link: https://youtu.be/lR5_45cS6qU

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Women And Teens Brawl At Mayfair Mall After Christmas Day In Wauwatosa

Police responded to an afternoon brawl between women and teens at the Mayfair Mall.

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

December 26, 2016

Wauwatosa, WI – On Monday after Christmas Day, several women and teens were involved in an afternoon brawl at the Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa. Police responded to the fight, but no information has been released, whether anyone was taken into custody.
A video was posted on Facebook (FB) by Cam’Ron Johnson ll, which showed the brief brawl where the women exchanged punches, kicks and pulled hair. A Mayfair security guard attempted to stop the brawl, but the video ended. Even several women who were involved admitted to participating in the brawl by posting comments on Johnson’s FB account.
Mayfair Mall, shopping center has been known for previous brawls by Afro-American teens and adults who seem to violate the mall’s code of conduct policies while shopping at the popular mall.

Video of women and teen fight at Mayfair Shopping Mall at link: https://youtu.be/qRDMH8QszAw or https://youtu.be/d-EmBjLdXWI

• Fox 32 Chicago reported a large fight at the Fox Valley Mall at the food court in Auroa, Illinois. Police arrested 8 teens, 4 females and 4 boys who were charged with misdemeanors, but some charges could become felonies.

CNN reported that other shopping malls in 5 states had minor fights to mall evacuations.

• In Auroa, Colorado, a fight broke out in the food court at the Town Center where over 500 people were involved, which caused the mall to close early.

• In Memphis, Tennessee, several incidents were reprted. First fight happened at the Wolf chase Galleria food court and the second at the Oak Court Mall. Seven people were taken into custody.

• Fayetteville, North Carolina, police reported that a fight involving teenagers broke out in the Ref Cross Mall.

• In Elizabeth, New Jersey, police responded to a fight at the Mills at Jersey Gardens where a fight broke out, two adults, an 8 and 12-year-old were reported injured.

• Fort Worth, Texas, an estimated 100 people were involved in several fights at the Hulen Mall. No injuries reported.

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Devin Katzfey Arrested For The December 19 Homicide Of Delvin Mendoza-Chaparro In Milwaukee’s Southside

Three suspects have been charged for the brutal beating of a 20-year-old man accused of stealing a bong and a pipe from his associates that were used to smoke marijuana.

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

December 26, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – Three of four suspects have been charged with reckless homicide for the December 19 murder of Delvin Mendoza-Chaparro, 20. Devin L. Katzfey, 20, was charged in absentia for 1st-degree reckless homicide and was wanted on a felony homicide warrant. He was arrested and booked at the Milwaukee County jail on Monday with additional charges for criminal damage to property, trespassing and felony violation of probation, which a hold has been placed restricting from being released on bond.
Two others, Sarah Zakzesky, 20, was charged with 1st-degree reckless homicide and a cash bond was set at $50,000 and Branden L. Katzfey, 19, was charged with 1st-degree reckless homicide and a cash bond was set at $10,000. A 20-year-old woman has been taken into custody and criminal charges are pending.
Zakzesky will have a preliminary court hearing on December 29, Branden will have a preliminary court hearing on December 30 and Devin will appear for a court hearing on December 27. The suspects are facing up to 60 years in prison, if they are convicted for 1st-degree reckless homicide.
According to the criminal complaint, Devin accused Mendoza-Chaparro of trying to steal a bong and a pipe that was used to smoke marijuana by the group. Devin began to beat Mendoza-Chaparro and Branden, Zakzesky also joined in the beating. The brutal beating of Mendoza-Chaparro by Devin was video recorded and posted on Snapchat, which police found three videos showing Mendoza-Chaparro being beaten by the group.
The two Katzfey brothers told on each other to police, apparently Devin confessed that his brother Branden had urinated on Mendoza-Chaparro’s face by the cat litter, and Branden told police that Devin was the primary person who beat the victim and that Devin even forced Mendoza-Chaparro to eat cat excrement for stealing a bong. Also that Zakzesky even grabbed Mendoza-Chaparro’s head and slammed him on a counter. Branden was mad because Mendoza-Chaparro had taken his cellphone as well, according to the criminal complaint.
Both Branden and Zakzesky were in a relationship and she told police that Branden had woken her up because he wanted a blow job after having sex in the bathroom earlier in the night before Mendoza-Chaparro was killed.
Mendoza-Chaparro’s brutal beating took place at apartment number four at 600 W. Rogers Street where Devin and Zakzesky shared in Milwaukee’s Southside. After the beating, both Devin and Zakzesky took Mendoza-Chaparro who was unconscious to a nearby alley and left him in the snowbank next to some garbage cans behind a rear garage of a home. Mendoza-Chaparro was not dress for the 15 degree frigid weather, which contributed to his death from exposure to the freezing temperatures.
A man at the property went to take his auto out and found Mendoza-Chaparro’s frozen beaten body next to the garage door. The man noticed that the victim had a hand and some fingers from the other hand missing, according to the criminal complaint. It is not clear, if the missing hand and fingers were taken by outdoor animals.
The Milwaukee Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that Mendoza-Chaparro died from multiple injuries caused by blunt force trauma to the head and exposure to freezing temperatures.

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