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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 2:32 pm    Post subject: TENNESSEE NEWS  Reply with quote


2 West Memphis Police Officers Shot & Killed; Two More Shot
May 20, 2010
Bob Paudert, was killed as was officer Bill Evans.
Police were looking for white Plymouth Caravan van with Ohio plates.
Around 1:20pm, police surrounded a Walmart in West Memphis.

News Channel 3 caught on tape, a gun fight between officers and the suspects.
During that shootout, two Crittenden County Sheriff's Deputies were also shot.
Both have been taken to the hospital.
The two suspects were killed in the shootout.

Suspects in police shooting killed in West Memphis shootout
2 suspects wanted for killing a pair of police officers were killed in a shootout Thursday afternoon in the parking lot of the West Memphis Walmart.

The chain of events started late Thursday morning, when two West Memphis police officers were shot and killed during a traffic stop near I-40 and Airport Road.  After the shooting, the suspects escaped.
Police quickly closed down portions of I-55 and I-40, searching car-to-car for the suspects, who were eventually tracked to the Walmart in West Memphis.

There, a second shootout occurred.  During the gunfire, both suspects were killed. Additionally, two Crittenden County sheriff's deputies were shot and wounded.  
Both deputies were taken to The MED.  Their immediate condition was unknown.

The slain officers were identified as Brandon Paudert and Bill Evans. Paudert's father is Chief Bob Paudert.
The chief said his son and Evans had pulled over a vehicle with an Ohio license plate when the shootout started. Paudert confirmed that his son was killed, and a police spokeswoman said Evans died later. His son was part of a drug interdiction unit.
Paudert and Evans were shot near the intersection of Interstate 40 and Airport Road on the city's west side.

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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 2:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From another blog...........

What do we want to bet these were illegals, maybe MS-13?
And you can be sure the media will be silent on who these murdering perps were.

Given Obama's trashing of our country along with Mexico's presidente yesterday, and todays sickening denouncement of our county before Congress to the furious Applause of the Democrats - I would say folks, the war is officially on.

And the Obama Regime has decided that they are allied with the illegal Mexican Insurgency at war with America. Make no mistake.

The cops killed today were killed by Obama and the Demoncrats in Congress with the complicity of the Republicans who just sat there while our nation as being trashed by a foreign president, who last night admitted on CNN that Mexico requires papers, registration, profiles and forbids non-Mexicans the ability to have a job there.

The blood of these officers is on the head of the Marxist Obama regime and the enemy traitors in Congress.

Lord as you comfort the friends, families, and colleagues, please use this unfortunate tragedy for good as only You can, in Yeshua's Name we pray.

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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 5:32 pm    Post subject: 2 police officers, 2 suspects killed Reply with quote

2 police officers, 2 suspects killed
May 20, 2010
Officers fatally shot while making traffic stop
WEST MEMPHIS, Arkansas - Two Arkansas police officers were fatally shot Thursday during a traffic stop, and a short time later, the suspects were killed in a separate shootout with the local sheriff and a deputy, authorities said.
The sheriff and chief deputy were wounded in the shootout and were taken to a hospital, authorities said.

The two West Memphis police officers were killed after pulling over a white van on Interstate 40 Thursday afternoon, authorities said. It was not immediately clear why they pulled over the van that had Ohio license plates and what led to the police being shot.

The suspects fled the scene, and were later stopped at a nearby Wal-Mart parking lot. They then got into a shootout with the Crittenden County sheriff and his deputy, and the suspects were fatally shot, authorities said.

One witness described the scene on Interstate 40 as "chaos." Stacy Gilchrist said she saw a police officer lying in the road when she pulled up.
"It was a disaster, cars were just going everywhere," Gilchrist told Memphis television station WMC.

Sheriff Richard Busby, who was shot in the arm, and Deputy W.A. Wren, who was shot in the abdomen, were taken to a local hospital, Memphis, Tenn., Safety Director Larry Godwin said. Busby's condition was not immediately known while Wren was in critical condition, a spokesman at the Regional Medical Center said.

The two West Memphis police officers killed were Brandon Paudert and Bill Evans. Paudert is the son of West Memphis police chief Bob Paudert and was assigned to the police department's drug unit, Bob Paudert said.

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Tenn. Schools Halt Prayers at Sporting Events, Graduation
29 Oct 2010
Tennessee schools have agreed to stop broadcasting prayers before football games and during graduation ceremonies after atheist organization Freedom From Religion Foundation complained to the district.

Hamilton County Superintendent Jim Scales told all county principals that prayer at school events are unconstitutional after receiving a letter from the FFR last week denouncing loud speaker prayers at school events. Soddy-Daisy High School of Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., was chiefly responsible for the FFRF complaint, which argued that prayer in public schools constituted government endorsement of religion.

Praising the move, FFRF co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor commented, “It’s settled law by the [U.S.] Supreme Court that there may not be prayer in public schools – at graduation, in classrooms or during sports events. We’re pleased that this appears to be resolved.”

In opposition, John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute noted, “It’s unconstitutional according to the Supreme Court, but if you studied the founding fathers, it wouldn’t be.”

Whitehead said groups like FFRF are constantly “standing around” waiting to challenge religious expression. “It’s not politically correct to be a Christian,” he said.

FFRF Staff Attorney Rebecca Market sent the superintendent the letter last week after the family of a Soddy-Daisy student complained. The letter states, “The Supreme Court has struck down pre-game invocations even when they are student initiated.”

The letter continues to address graduation prayer. “The Supreme Court has struck down prayers at public high school graduations. Even if student-initiated, school officials may not invite a student, teacher, faculty member, or clergy to give any type of prayer, invocation, or benediction at a public high school graduation.”

The letter also included the names of several legal cases that FFRF has set legal presidents for with regard to prayer in public schools.

The students, faculty and staff of Hamilton County were off for fall break as the story broke and were unavailable to comment. However, Soddy-Daisy Principal John Maynard told Chattanoogan.com, “I will comply with the superintendent’s directive.”

According to the letter, Soddy-Daisy High School started football games by leading the audience in prayer over a loud speaker. The school also allows the salutatorian to offer a prayer each year during the graduation ceremony.

Whitehead pointed out that the prayers are unconstitutional because of the nature of the prayers.

He said the prayers cannot be a planned part of school functions nor can they be broadcast over loud speakers and public announcement systems. “It’s unfortunate, but that’s the way these things are … Our schools have become totally secular.”

While it may be unconstitutional for school students and faculty to have planned prayer at school functions, Whitehead said Christians should still proclaim their faith. “The thing that Christian students can do is have Christian clubs,” he added.

Bryan Beauman, an Alliance Defense Fund attorney, said Christians and schools also need to know that religious speech is not banned in school. “You can’t eliminate any and all reference to a student’s faith,” he said.
Instead, he said of schools, “The key thing that we would say is that individual students’ rights must be protected.”
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tennessee Munitions plant explodes, burns
January 5, 2011
 WMC-TV - Oakland plant explosion and fire kills 1
One person was killed and another injured when the Kinematics Research plant in Oakland, Tennessee exploded around 2:00 p.m. Wednesday.
An employee was trapped in the plant after the explosion, and killed.
A firefighter was also injured, and transported to a local hospital.
Witnesses reported hearing a series of explosions.

At 2:15 pm munitions inside the plant were still exploding.  A large plume of smoke was billowing from the plant.
Oakland is about 30 miles northeast of Memphis.
The plant is owned by Kinematics Research. According to its website, it manufactures pistol and rifle ammunition in a variety of calibers.

UAW Loses in Tennessee
Feb. 14, 2014
 Tennessee workers reject recruitment bid by UAW.
Workers at a Tennessee automobile plant rejected the United Auto Workers union bid to break into the right-to-work state.
The plant rejected the UAW despite an aggressive campaign.
The rejection was despite the personal support of King Obama for the union.
Yeah, the employees wanted to work, didnt wanna pay big union dues.  Smart workers!
A union victory would have provided a lifeline to the UAW, which has driven business out of Detroit.
The auto industry has moved to southern states that do not require unionization.

Auto workers union appeals defeat at VW plant in Tennessee
February 22, 2014
United Auto Workers challenged vote by workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn. that rejected the UAW bid to represent them.
In an appeal filed with the National Labor Relations Board, the union asked the federal labor agency to consider holding another vote at the plant, arguing that interference by politicians and outside special interest groups had swayed the election.
This could lead to a new election.
Honorable Senator Bob Corker suggested that a NO vote would lead a Volkswagen expansion in the state with a new sport-utility vehicle line.

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No injuries after Memphis 5-year-old fires gun in school
Aug 2013  A Memphis, Tenn., kindergarten student is in police custody after he fired a gun in his elementary school cafeteria Thursday morning.
The incident didn't result in any injuries, and school is back in normal operation, school officials said.

The Westside Elementary School student, 5, brought the gun to school in his backpack Thursday morning, according to school officials at Westside and at the Shelby County schools superintendent's office.
While waiting for the opening bell in the cafeteria, the gun accidentally discharged once inside the boy's backpack at about 7:42 a.m. CT during breakfast and before school started at 8 a.m., school officials said.

"Staff immediately took possession of that backpack," said Christian Ross, external communication analyst for Shelby County schools. "Our Shelby County school security team were contacted as well as local law enforcement. They're handling the investigation. From what we've heard, there's no evidence of harmful intent."

It's unclear where the boy, who was not identified, got the gun. He will be disciplined "in accordance with the state's zero tolerance policy" for weapons, according to a statement from school officials.

The school, located in north Memphis, serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. WMCTV.com in Memphis reported some shaken-up parents were picking up their children from school.

No other details were released, including the type of firearm involved. Memphis police confirmed Thursday afternoon that the student was still detained.
The incident comes just days after an Atlanta-area school shooting in which a man carrying nearly 500 rounds of ammunition opened fire in an elementary school's front office before surrendering peacefully to police.

Parents should homeschool - or send kids to a school where teaching staff are armed.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 6:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Feds dump 760 illegals in Tennessee
July 29, 2014  
These kids, many gang members, will complicate the start of the new school year.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam is a RINO, dont trust him being upset. He probly got paid.
Were the children given medical screenings, how were their sponsors screened.
Obama is clouding all these illegals in secrecy because there are so many male queers who want the male illegals.
Dont expect this information in any news articles.
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Don't be fooled by this - there's (likely)going to be one last showdown at the USSC over this next year(and this time to legalize SSM in America - at least from what the MSM has been telegraphing).

Gay marriage news: Same-sex marriage ban upheld in TN; heads to trial in MO

Monday was an interesting and shocking day for the gay marriage fight in two states. In a surprise decision, Roane County Circuit Judge Russell E. Simmons Jr. upheld Tennessee’s gay marriage ban. The ruling ended a string of legal victories for gay marriage. The state of Missouri is hoping to get back on the winning track as a legal challenge to the state’s gay marriage ban returned to court.

The ruling by Simmons is surprising because of the trend set fourth by the Supreme Court’s historic ruling back in June of 2013. In a monumental decision for gay marriage, the court overturned the federal Defense of Marriage Act. Since then, many federal courts throughout the nation have been overruling state bans as unconstitutional. Simmons, however, feels the state of Tennessee does not violate the Constitution’s equal protection clause based on the state’s interests.

Simmons wrote, “There is nothing irrational about limiting the institution of marriage for the purpose for which it was created, by embracing its traditional definition. To conclude otherwise is to impose one’s own view of what a State ought to do on the subject of same-sex marriage.”

While Simmons’ ruling contradicts the 30 other marriage-related rulings, it serves as a reminder that there is still a long road ahead for full marriage equality rights for gay and lesbian couples in all 50 states. The decision could have an impact on the legal challenge in Missouri.

According to the Associated Press, the challenge is on a path to head to trial next month after returning to a St. Louis court Monday. The legal challenge was inspired by victories in surrounding states. St. Louis officials began issuing marriage licenses, but agreed to stop issuing licenses to gay couples until a resolution is reached on the state and federal level.

There was also movement in the state of Indiana. The attorney general’s office filed its final brief with the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday. Attorneys are asking the federal appeals court to overrule a judge who overturned the state’s ban. They are arguing that traditional marriage is in the interest of the state. Indiana’s case is being combined with Wisconsin’s case as oral arguments in the combined case are scheduled for Aug. 26.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 4:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

THE PEOPLE in the states DO NOT want queerage!
Voting proves they want man-woman marriage!
BUT judges and courts are queer
Evil or Very Mad

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