Baltimore

UNHINGED LEFT SMASHED OLDEST COLUMBUS MONUMENT

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Left-wing vandals smashed a 225-year old monument to Christopher Columbus in Baltimore early Monday morning. The edifice is documented as the oldest still standing in the nation dedicated to the explorer, the Baltimore Brew first reported.

The monument is located directly across the street from Herring Run Park, northeast of Lake Montebello. It was built by Frenchman Chevalier d’Anemours, or d’Anmour, at Belmont, his 50-acre estate near Harford Road and North Avenue.

 

 

 

 

 

THE PURGE! BALTIMORE MAYOR REMOVES FOUR CONFEDERATE STATUES UNDER COVER OF NIGHT

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Workers removed the Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson monument in Baltimore during the night. Credit Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun, via Associated Press

  •  Statues removed included a memorial to Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney, Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.
  • Black Mayor Catherine Pugh told the Baltimore Sun. “They needed to come down”

 

( Breitbart ) In a stealth purging of history, the city of Baltimore removed four Confederate statues from city property under cover of night early Tuesday morning.

City crews began the destruction of the monuments just before midnight and finished by 5:30 a.m., the Hill reported.

The city council quietly approved the removal late on Monday in a unanimous vote.

“It’s done,” Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh told the Baltimore Sun. “They needed to come down. My concern is for the safety and security of our people. We moved as quickly as we could.”

“I did not want to endanger people in my own city,” the African American mayor said. “I had begun discussions with contractors and so forth about how long it would take to remove them. I am a responsible person, so we moved as quickly as we could. ”

The statues removed included a memorial to Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney as well as Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

Also eliminated in the middle of the night were monuments to Confederate soldiers and sailors and the Confederate Women’s monument.

 

Read more: The Purge: Baltimore Removes Confederate Statues Under Cover of Night

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CROOKED COP CAUGHT ON VIDEO PLANTING DRUGS ON SOUP CAN DURING DRUG ARREST

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Photo published for Baltimore Cop Doesn't Realize His Body Camera Is Filming, Films Himself Planting Drugs At Crime...

  •  Video recorded by an officer during a drug arrest in January shows the officer placing a soup can, which holds a plastic bag, into a trash-strewn lot.
  • The footage was recorded automatically, before the officer activated the camera. After placing the can, the officer walks to the street, and flips his camera on.
  • He returns to the lot and picks up the soup can, removing the plastic bag, which is filled with white capsules
  • The man, unable to post $50,000 bail, had been in jail since January, according to attorney Deborah Levi, who is leading a new effort to track police misconduct cases for the public defender’s office

 

The Baltimore Sun reports:

Police and prosecutors in Baltimore have launched investigations after being alerted to body camera footage that the public defender’s office says shows an officer planting drugs.

One officer has been suspended and two others have been placed on administrative duty, police said. Police said they have not reached any conclusions as to the conduct depicted in the video. Other cases in which the officers are involved are now under review as well, police and prosecutors said.

The public defender’s office, which released the footage, said it was recorded by an officer during a drug arrest in January. It shows the officer placing a soup can, which holds a plastic bag, into a trash-strewn lot.

That portion of the footage was recorded automatically, before the officer activated the camera. After placing the can, the officer walks to the street, and flips his camera on.

“I’m gonna go check here,” the officer says. He returns to the lot and picks up the soup can, removing the plastic bag, which is filled with white capsules.

Police cameras have a feature that saves the 30 seconds of video before activation, but without audio. When the officer is first in the alley, there is no audio for the first 30 seconds.

The public defender’s office flagged the video for prosecutors last week, prompting prosecutors to drop the heroin possession charge against the man arrested.

The man, unable to post $50,000 bail, had been in jail since January, according to attorney Deborah Levi, who is leading a new effort to track police misconduct cases for the public defender’s office.

Levi said prosecutors called the officer just days later as a witness in another case — without disclosing the allegations of misconduct on the officer’s part to the defense attorney in that case.

“You can’t try a case with that guy and not tell anyone about it,” Levi said.

 

 

 

 

60 BUSINESSES DESTROYED BY FREDDIE GRAY RIOTS SUING BALTIMORE CITY

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Following the death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray while in police custody, the riots in Baltimore that ensued left businesses looted and destroyed. Worse, police were ordered to stand down while all rioting and destruction occurred.

Now, dozens of businesses are striking back at the city by filing a lawsuit over the loss of their business — something they lay squarely at the feet of Baltimore’s government, WJZ reported.

Former mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as well as current mayor Catherine Pug are both named in the suit. Rawlings was the mayor at the time of the riots, and was widely criticized for her horrendous response to the riots.

“We also gave those who wished to destroy space to do that as well,” she said in the aftermath of the attack, leading to widespread outrage among store owners who lost everything.

“The City failed them when they adopted a policy of restraint and issued stand-down orders, caring more about the public perception that they feared would result with increased police presence than preventing what were clearly preventable riots,” the lawyer for the businesses suing the city said.

WBAL-TV reported that the lawsuit asks for compensation for the damages, but does not list a specific dollar amount. It is unclear if a specific amount will be asked for at a later date as the lawsuit progresses.

The Baltimore Sun reported that the court filing is over 700 pages long, and lists in great detail exactly what happened to the roughly 60 businesses that are part of this lawsuit.

Read more: Riot-Destroyed Businesses Drop Massive Legal Bomb on the City of Baltimore

 

 

VIDEO: ASSASSINATE THAT N**** TRUMP, BALTIMORE ANTI-TRUMP PROTESTERS

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Balitomore anti-Trump protesters are calling for Trump assassination. Maybe they are happy with their ghettos brought to you by 60-years of rock solid relationship with the Democrat Party and they are upset Trump is going to fix their inner cities.