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Rittenhouse ‘Not Guilty’ Despite Everything Media, Democrats Threw At Him

Rittenhouse ‘Not Guilty’ Despite Everything Media, Democrats Threw At Him

T. Becket Adams A jury last week found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges related to the fatal shootings of two men during the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The 18-year-old Illinoisan, who claims he went to Kenosha last year armed with a rifle to protect local businesses from looting, walks […]

New Water Restrictions For California Districts Point To Urgency Of Ending Corporate Water Abuse

New Water Restrictions For California Districts Point To Urgency Of Ending Corporate Water Abuse

Sacramento, CA — Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration announced a 0% water allocation from the State Water Project for California districts in 2022 – the only exceptions being select health and safety allocations. The announcement comes after Food & Water Watch along with dozens of other environmental, public health and justice advocacy organizations sent a letter to Governor Newsom […]

Pretrial “Justice” Is Anything But

Pretrial “Justice” Is Anything But

by Laura Williams Last week, Matthew Chalkley walked out of a Georgia jail, having been held there, without bond, for more than three years. A jury of his peers exonerated him in a two-day trial, saying the state had insufficient evidence to prove the charge of felony sexual assault. This young man spent 39 months in […]

Oxnard Man Pleads Guilty To Multiple Acts Of Child Molestation

Oxnard Man Pleads Guilty To Multiple Acts Of Child Molestation

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced today that on October 13, 2021, Nick Langkilde (DOB 06/12/78), of Oxnard, pled guilty to two counts of lewd acts upon a child and one count of forcible rape of a minor. All three victims are members of his family. Langkilde further admitted that the two instances […]

Murder Charge Filed In Fatal Hit And Run Of 16-Year-Old Bicyclist

Murder Charge Filed In Fatal Hit And Run Of 16-Year-Old Bicyclist

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced today that Julio Cesar Sanchez (DOB 06/10/82), of Oxnard, has been charged with second-degree murder, gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, gross vehicular manslaughter, and hit and run resulting in the death of a 16-year-old victim. On September 29, 2021, Sanchez was driving on Hemlock Street in Oxnard […]

Ventura County, CA | Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation

Ventura County, CA | Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation

Nature of Incident: Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation Location: New Life Community Church, 1251 North Rice Avenue, Oxnard, California Date & Time: Friday, October 1, 2021 / 1:00 p.m. Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center Sheriff Bill Ayub is pleased to announce the graduation of the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class […]

Ventura, CA | County Board Of Supervisors Provides $70 Million In 4 Rounds Of Business Assistance Grants

Ventura, CA | County Board Of Supervisors Provides $70 Million In 4 Rounds Of Business Assistance Grants

Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura Board of Supervisors has unanimously supported more than $70 million in Business Assistance Grants for small businesses throughout the County of Ventura since the summer of 2020. The Board received a report at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting of the latest status and the impact those funds are […]

When Can A Soldier Disobey An Order?

When Can A Soldier Disobey An Order?

by JOHN FORD In March 1968, a U.S. infantry platoon under the command of 2nd Lt. William “Rusty” Calley conducted a raid of a hamlet called My Lai in Quang Ngai Province of South Vietnam. After taking the hamlet, Calley ordered his men to round up the remaining civilians, herd them into a ditch, and gun them […]

No Justice! No Peace!

No Justice! No Peace!

    By Armando Vazquez Just think about that modern day American activist slogan, No Justice! No Peace! For just a bit. No Justice! Who can deny in America or throughout the world for that matter in the wake of the horrific killing of George Floyd that, a black man, some ones son, was denied […]

The Unjust Custody Death of George Floyd and Domestic Terrorism

The Unjust Custody Death of George Floyd and Domestic Terrorism

    By Capt Joseph R. John “Every four years the black community takes the media bait.  They find one tragedy and are able to get enough athletes and rappers to hype it so black youth believe that that they have no choice but to riot and destroy themselves because the world is against them.” […]

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