US District Judge William Alsup shut down a lawsuit filed by liberal mayors in Oakland and San Francisco who sued big oil companies for their alleged impact on climate, claiming damages included sea level rise that has yet to materialize, but is on the way, according the models cited in the litigation. The judge explained that it would be unfair to blame oil companies who supplied the oil to the public benefitted from it and demanded it.
Eight young men, suspected gang members, are facing charges in the stabbing and hacking death of a 15-year old boy who was the victim of mistaken identity. The gang members allegedly killed the 15-year old boy over a sex video with a 15-year old girl who is affiliated with the gang, but the wrong boy was killed. None of the suspects speaks English and it is unknown whether they are US citizens.
A senior Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official living in the Washington, DC area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch. DHS employees were advised to keep doors and windows locked and to be aware of unexpected changes in their homes. Last week, WikiLeaks published publicly available personal information of more than 9,000 supposed current and former ICE employees, arguing that it did so for “increasing accountability.”
Antwon was a passenger in a car that was stopped because it fit the description of a vehicle involved in a drive-by shooting and there were bullet holes in the window. Two semi-automatic weapons were found inside the car and Antwon had an empty 9mm clip in his pocket. The police officer has been placed on administrative leave. Protesters are calling for the District Attorney’s ouster as he has not filed charges against the police officer.
The sale of Avista energy to Hydro One appears to be a backdoor effort to ensnare the Western states into the cap-and-trade taxes and the Paris treaty that Trump rejected. If the sale goes through, Hydro One will control 13 dams that supply power to a large portion of the northwest and Angelo believes that they will try to shut down the dams to make the area unlivable in an Agenda 21 scheme to remove people from the landscape.
Judge Napolitano says that the Supreme Court that validated President Trump’s travel ban that affects people from Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. Chad was dropped from the list in April. He said that this reaffirms Trump’s absolute right to exclude people or groups from certain areas from immigrating to the US. The case will be referred back to Hawaii, as they accused Trump of discrimination against Muslims, while he was a candidate, but they will not be allowed to use Trump’s words before the election.