California Family Sues Police Over In-Custody Death of Son


CALIFORNIA – A Lindsay man is suing the city, alleging wrongful death and use of excessive force after his grown son stopped breathing in the back of a police car while reportedly hog-tied and unable to breathe.

The city said he tried to attack officers and died from an overdose of methamphetamine.

Joshua Gonzales, 24, died April 10, 2015. He was single, never married and had no children.

The family has been grieving ever since and blaming the Police Department.

“We miss him very much,” said Joshua’s father, Ray Gonzales, an employee at a large retail store. “I’m very irritated because he’s gone and because of the circumstances involved.”

One year after he died, Joshua’s sister Kathy Gonzales, 28, held a candlelight vigil to remember him and draw attention to the case.

In January, Ray Gonzales and his ex-wife, Sheila DeoCampo of Patterson, sued Lindsay, population 12,670, in U.S. District Court in Fresno, seeking compensatory and punitive damages.

A magistrate on Thursday heard a request for a trial date next year and is expected to set the date soon.

Ray Gonzales gave this account of what happened:

He was at his job in Visalia and his son was at the family home with his grandfather – who has dementia and who his son was helping keep an eye on – when tools belonging to his grandfather were taken from a tool shed.

Joshua Gonzales suspected that a neighbor had taken the tools and confronted the neighbor. Blows were exchanged, then he went back inside.

Another neighbor witnessed the incident about 7:30 p.m. and called police.

Police arrived at the Gonzales home, which is surrounded by a 4-foot-high chain link fence and a locked gate.

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‘Family Values’ Senator Pleads Guilty to Child Sex Trafficking, Facing Life in Prison

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Moore, OK — In September, former Oklahoma Sen. Ralph Shortey was accused in a federal indictment of multiple counts of child sex trafficking and child pornography offenses. Over the weekend, Shortey agreed to plead guilty to a single child sex trafficking charge in exchange for three other charges to be dismissed. He now faces a minimum of 10 years in prison but could be sent away for life.

“Mr. Shortey feels this is a necessary step in putting this painful and humiliating ordeal behind him, for both himself, his family and for the state of Oklahoma,” Shortey’s attorney Ed Blau said on Friday.

After the federal grand jury meeting in Oklahoma City returned their four indictments, Shorty, 35, originally pleaded not guilty. He wiped away tears as officials read out his child sex trafficking and child pornography offenses. However, given the evidence against him, as detailed in the graphic federal indictment, Shortey’s attorneys likely knew he had no grounds for a not guilty plea.

Despite being caught in the act at a Super 8 motel room in Moore, Oklahoma, Shortey was released after agreeing to a series of stringent conditions including wearing an ankle monitor and having his computer monitored.

As TFTP previously reported, the charges came after Shortey was busted in a motel room in March with an underage boy.

The investigation was launched when the teen boy’s parents called police after finding disturbing text messages between him and their son. When police began their investigation into the texts, they found Senator Ralph Shortey in a motel room with the boy.

As KOCO 5 reported at the time, police obtained a search warrant that was served during the investigation. Using the search warrant, police said they found the juvenile’s Kindle Fire tablet that contained conversations between him and Shortey pertaining to sexual activities in exchange for money. The tablet was seized as evidence.

During the raid on the hotel room, the boy admitted to selling weed to Shortey in the past and said he had known him for about a year. When police searched the Kindle found in the room, they found evidence of Shortey attempting to solicit “sexual” stuff from the underage teen.

Police also noted that they smelled marijuana and found a backpack with a bottle of lotion and condoms, according to the report.

Showing the bipartisan nature of sex abuse among the political elite, Shortey was also the state chair of President Donald Trump’s campaign during the primary elections. He was known as a “family values” conservative.

Sex abuse among the political elite knows no party line and those who attempt to use the abuser’s party affiliation for political gain do a disservice to the victims and guarantee no solution to the horrific problem. Sex abuse is rampant on both sides of the aisle and it exists from the lowest ranking cop all the way to the president.

Shortey resigned only weeks after the scandal began to unfold and, until now, he maintained his innocence despite the horrific child pornography found on his devices. According to News Oklahoma,

The federal grand jury accused Shortey in the first child pornography count of using his smartphone in October 2013 to email a video of a man engaging in sexually explicit conduct with a prepubescent girl.

 

He is accused in the second child pornographic count of using his smartphone that same month to email sexually explicit videos of young boys.

 

He is accused in the third child pornography count of persuading the boy he later took to the Moore hotel to send him an inappropriate picture.

 

He is accused in the child sex trafficking count of soliciting that boy in March to engage in a commercial sex act. The boy is identified in the indictment only as “John Doe.”

Since he was elected in 2010, the senator has led a secret double life, according to the indictment. For over seven years, through a series of fake names and fake email addresses, Shortey dealt in child pornography and began soliciting minors.

As news Oklahoma reports, federal prosecutors revealed in a court filing that the investigation found Shortey communicated “with numerous individuals, many of whom appear to be underage boys.”

Shortey’s plea deal will be entered into court records this week and his sentencing will be scheduled for a later date according to Shortey’s lawyer.

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[WATCH] Sacramento Deputies Shot Man For Holding His Wallet Now Family Demand Answers


On the one-year anniversary of the day their father was shot and killed by two Sacramento sheriff’s deputies, sisters Bobbi Attaway and Sierra Rivera returned to the suburban street where he died, and where they thought they could still see traces of his blood staining the asphalt.

Official reports on the shooting last September had left the teenagers with questions they hoped to answer by standing in the place where Jesse Attaway’s life ended, at the same time he was shot. As the low fall sun dissolved the night, they debated what officers could have and should have seen in that gray hour, and why deputies felt threatened enough to fire about 20 rounds at a father the girls described as funny and non-confrontational.

How, they wondered, could the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office say in its review of the incident that Attaway was smirking at officers, when officers also said it was dark enough that they couldn’t distinguish that the object he held in his hands was a wallet, not a gun?

How could Attaway, 41, have methamphetamine in his system, as a toxicology report found, when his daughters never knew he did drugs?

Why wouldn’t the Sheriff, Scott Jones, let them see the dashcam video?

Daylight brought no answers.

“Every single bit of information I’ve heard from the police has contradicted itself,” said Rivera, 19, sitting at a nearby Starbucks a few weeks later. “First they said they put the spotlight on him. Then they said it was pitch black. Then they said there were street lights. Then they said they saw his face? They saw him smirk? How? You can see him smile or smirk at you in a sarcastic way …. But you can’t see what’s in his hand?”

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Innocent Family Raided by SWAT, Held at Gunpoint After Cops Mistook Hibiscus for Weed

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Butler County, PA — A Butler County couple is suing their insurance agent and local police after the two colluded to arrest the family for growing marijuana. However, the family was not growing marijuana—they were growing hibiscus.

The Nationwide Insurance agent was investigating a claim surrounding a fallen tree last month when he noticed what he thought was cannabis. Being the good little see something say something citizen that he is supposed to be, he then acted.

The agent notified the Buffalo Township police department that he saw what he believed to be marijuana growing in the couple’s home. Instead of doing even the most basic police work, and investigating the matter with, let’s say a pair of binoculars, police reportedly got a warrant instead.

After getting their warrant, they decided it would be a good idea to go into the home like a SWAT team going after a fugitive. On October 5, police decided to execute their search warrant and penetrate the Cramer home. Audrey and Edward Cramer had no idea what was coming their way. Audrey Cramer told reporters:

I’m starting to understand why a lot of the public do not trust police officers…I really feel like I’ve been smacked in the face with this, and no, I don’t think I’ll ever trust a police officer again.

She said they knocked on the door and pushed their way inside when she opened it. She was still in her underwear. They came in with assault rifles and guns ready to shoot anyone who posed a threat, and only left when they realized the plant they were looking for was actually a hibiscus plant. Now the couple is suing.

Their attorney, Al Lindsay, said:

She came down. She opened the door. She was confronted with what she thought was a dozen police officers with assault weapons who said they had a warrant…They pushed her. They went through the house.

It’s not the first time police have been ignorant in their understanding of horticulture. In their insane quest to squash cannabis users and growers, a drug which kills no one, police have made it their business to invade people’s homes, disturb their privacy, and use civil asset forfeiture to confiscate their possessions.

As TFTP has reported, Cartersville, GA cops used a helicopter and an invasion force to invade Dwayne Perry’s property in search of cannabis. Instead of finding the healing herb, they found Perry’s okra crop. Perry reflected on the home invasion by police:

Here I am, at home and retired and you know I do the right thing…Then they come to my house strapped with weapons for no reason. It ain’t right…The more I thought about it, what could have happened? Anything could have happened.

As Matt Agorist described in 2015, a lot of negative things can happen when police take it upon themselves to shirk their responsibility to do basic investigative work before taking such drastic measures as to call in a SWAT team. The Garden of Eden, a hippie commune in Arlington, TX was raided after police suspected the group of growing weed. Agorist wrote the commune was invaded by Arlington SWAT, and humiliated when they didn’t find cannabis:

What they did find, however, was a myriad of fruits and vegetables; and they seized them. After seemingly disgusted in themselves for such an ignorant and ill-conceived plan, the officers heroicallyproceeded to confiscate, “17 blackberry bushes, 15 okra plants, 14 tomatillo plants … native grasses and sunflowers.”

It’s time for the insanity to stop. Instead of going after cannabis users and growers, police instead need to turn their attention to real crimes in which there are actual victims.

As a result of their buffoonery, the Buffalo Township police will now likely be responsible for causing every citizen’s property taxes to rise. The Cramer family will likely win their civil suit in court, and taxes will have to rise to cover the costs of infringing on one family’s civil rights. But nothing will likely change the epidemic of badge abuses taking place all across the country.

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Family holiday and Christmas events in Kansas City 2017

There will be several family-friendly holiday events in Kansas City in 2017. Take the family to enjoy this most joyful season of the year at the fun-filled festivities at Union Station, Crown Plaza, downtown Kansas City and the surrounding area for a season that will be merry and bright. 

Holidays Come Alive at Union Station
Nov. 18 – Dec. 31 Various days
Union Station, 30 West Pershing Rd., Kansas City, MO 64108

Union Station will kick off the holidays with an opening ceremony on Nov. 18 with a tree lighting and family-friendly activities, which will be free to attend and open to the public. The will be live entertainment on the Grand Plaza Stage from 10 a.m. -7:30 p.m.  Have fun with the kid-friendly activities and enjoy the music at this festive event. The large indoor Christmas tree will be illuminated at 6:30 p.m. Check the Union Station website for holiday entertainment schedule, which will include music, crafts, dance performances, Science City, and more. The Kansas City Culinary Arts School’s Gingerbread House Display will be there from Dec. 14-Jan. 1. The gigantic Astro Botanicals Sculptures will be on display in the yard from Nov. 18-Dec. 31.

Classic Holiday Movies @ Union Station
Nov. 17 – Dec. 14 (closed 11/23)
Union Station, 30 West Pershing Rd., Kansas City, MO 64108

Union Station will be showing classic movies on the biggest screen in the region. Tickets will be $3/person, so bring the family for a memorable holiday event. The movies will include: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Nov. 17-22; Elf on Nov. 24-30; Home Alone on Dec. 1-7; and the Polar Express Pajama Party on Dec. 8-14. Check the Union Station website for the schedule.

The Ice at Park Place
Nov. 17 – Feb. 19
11549 Ash St., Leawood, KS 66211

The outdoor ice rink will be open daily, including holidays, so take the family ice skating for fun and invigorating exercise. Santa will be at The Ice at Park Place on the first three Saturdays in December for Skate with Santa. Admission $8. Bring your own skates or you can rent skates for $3.

Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting and Santa at Crown Plaza
Nov. 24  – Dec. 31 @ Various Times
Crown Plaza, Kansas City, MO 64108

Crown Plaza will be festive as the holidays are kicked off on the day after Thanksgiving. Santa Claus will ride a horse-drawn carriage to Santa’s Gingerbread Station, where the Jolly Old Elf will reside until Dec. 24. Take the family to the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting on the day following Thanksgiving for holiday fun.  Mayor Sly James and Jake Reid,  the President of Sporting Kansas City, will flip the switch at 5:30 p.m. to illuminate the Christmas Tree and fill Crown Plaza with dazzling holiday sparkle. The halls will be filled with music throughout the holidays, as more than 130 holiday choirs will perform at Crown Plaza between Nov. 27-Dec. 19. Check the Crown Plaza Event Schedule for the latest information about holiday events. The family-friendly holiday events will be free and open to the public. 

Christmas on the River
Dec. 1 @ 6 p.m.
Main Street Parkville, Parkville, MO 64152

Historic Downtown Parkville will host a festive evening of fun for the family, featuring hayrides through English Landing Park, music, a dazzling show of fireworks, visits with Santa Claus, and more. Admission will be free and open to the public. 

Whoville Holidays
Dec. 9 – 10 & 16-17
The City Market – Kansas City, City Market Square, 5th & Walnut, Kansas City, MO 64106

The family will have a blast at Whoville Holidays, a whimsical free event at The City Market. Dress up as a Whoville character and visit with The Grinch and Cindy Lou Who in their Whoville home. Bring a camera to take pictures of the fun. Whoville Holidays will be free to attend, but they suggest a donation of three cans of food for Harvester’s or a new toy for the Salvation Army. 

Kansas City Southern’s Holiday Express Train
Dec. 15 – 19 @ Various Times
Grand Plaza, Union Station, 30 West Pershing Rd., Kansas City, MO 64108

Take the family to see the colorfully lighted and decorated Holiday Express Train as it rolls into Union Station with Santa and Mrs. Claus and their elves to deliver holiday cheer and magical memories. The Holiday Express Train, led by the Kansas City Southern Belle business train, will include Rudy, the smiling tank car.  A flat car will carry Santa’s sleigh, reindeer, and a charming miniature village. A gingerbread boxcar will carry the elves’ workshop, the reindeer stable and a little red caboose. The family will be able to tour the train and visit with Santa at this free holiday event.

Trombone Christmas Kansas City
Dec.. 16 @ 11 a.m.
Union Station,  30 West Pershing Rd., Kansas City, MO 64108

The entire family will love the Christmas music played by up to 150 trombone players at Trombone Christmas Kansas City at Union Station. The holiday concert will be free to attend and open to the public. 

 

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Jewish Family Values–Senator Al Franken Kissed and Groped Me Without My Consent, And There’s Nothing Funny About It

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How much does it cost to feed a family in Canada?

Unfortunately, following the recommended nutritious diet would put a lot of families in the hole.

How much does it cost to feed a family in Canada? The government likes to tell us what to eat with its Food Guide, and Statistics Canada tracks the rise and fall of food prices, but neither tells us how much it costs in real-life dollars to follow that recommended nutritious diet.

Global News tackled this question in a recent investigation, creating a fictional family of four, with two parents, a teenage son, and a young daughter. This family could feed itself well by spending CDN $220 (US $173) per week. This would require a take-home income of C$1,450 (US $1,138) per week after tax, which works out to an annual salary of around $100,000.

Not many Canadians earn this much money, however, which makes the suggested budget unrealistic for many families. As the Financial Post noted in 2015, only the top 10 percent of Canadians makes $97,000/year or more. (That’s with an added 10 percent factor for unreported income.) The median income for Canadians in 2013 was only $35,200, which means that half of the country reported incomes above that number and half reported below it.

The calculation is supposed to be “based on thrifty food choices,” although commenters on Global News’ original article appear to contest that fact. One person wrote:

“Wow! I can’t believe these figures. I think more people need to explore the benefits of couponing. We are a family of three in Nova Scotia, we live and eat well, and I don’t even spend $150 a week! And we eat good food, not all processed food.”

I thought the numbers seemed high, as well. I feed a family of five in a rural Ontario town for roughly $200 a week, and we shop at a higher-end grocery store because it’s the only option besides Walmart, which I avoid. That being said, I source all our vegetables from a local CSA program (which costs $800 for 20 weeks and provides all the organic veggies we can eat), eat very little meat, which can quickly derail a budget, and purchase almost no processed foods.

One problem is that 30 percent of the money Canadians spend on food goes toward eating at restaurants. (In the United States, it’s 50 percent.) And restaurants are much more expensive than grocery stores. Says Sylvain Charlebois, dean of the faculty of management at Dalhousie University:

“While food costs have been stagnating, the price of restaurant-bought food climbed by 2.7 percent over last year, nearly twice the rise in retail food prices. And growing demand means menu prices can soar, even if the cost of food doesn’t.”

So, if you’re like most Canadian families and feeling that crunch when it comes to feeding hungry children, it’s best to stay away from restaurants and cook from scratch, based on what’s available, in season, and on sale.

Being flexible in your diet is another helpful piece of advice from Michael Mason, a professor at the University of Guelph. Since so much of Canada’s food is imported, prices are affected by weather in other parts of the world, as well as exchange rates. Whether it’s cauliflower, lettuce, avocados, or orange juice, it’s not uncommon to see significant fluctuations in price. If you’re willing to compromise, buying, say, broccoli instead of cauliflower, you can save some dollars.

How much do you spend on groceries per week?

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[WATCH] Family of Man Shot by Troubled Chicago Police Officer Files Lawsuit


Two weeks after a civil jury found that Chicago police Officer Patrick Kelly shot and severely injured one of his best friends in the officer’s home, the troubled patrolman faces a new lawsuit from the family of a man who was fatally shot after Kelly responded to a domestic disturbance on the Southwest Side.

Hector Hernandez’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit in federal court Friday, alleging that Kelly and another officer shot him without provocation in April 2014. The man, who had a young son and a daughter on the way, was shot 13 times, including eight bullets in the back and buttocks, the suit states.

Kelly was the first officer to open fire at the scene, firing 11 rounds at Hernandez until his gun jammed, according to records from an internal investigation. Officer Antonio Corral — who had been waiting for someone to bring a Taser to subdue Hernandez — followed suit and fired 10 rounds.

The Independent Police Review Authority, the now-defunct agency that previously investigated all officer-involved shootings, ruled the shooting justified, saying Kelly and his fellow officers could have reasonably been in fear for their lives. In interviews with IPRA investigators summarized in the report, officers on the scene contended that Hernandez was moving toward them with a kitchen knife when he was shot.

The Hernandez family’s lawsuit also names the city of Chicago as a defendant, saying Kelly benefited from the so-called code of silence in the department, an unwritten but widely acknowledged understanding that officers protect each other even to the point of ignoring each other’s wrongdoing.

Kelly, 36, has been found mentally unfit for duty twice, arrested two times, accused of beating a girlfriend and treated for alcohol addiction. He has been sued seven times during his 14-year career and has been the subject of more than two dozen investigations into his on- and off-duty conduct, including one in which he was found to have assaulted a female sergeant.

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Fox’s ‘Family Guy’ Perfectly Mocks PC Social Justice Warriors on Twitter

Brian: Hello. As you all know, I’m Brian Griffin.
Quagmire: Boo. Boo, Brian Griffin. Boo.
Brian: I want to read a few words…
Quagmire: Boo. Liar. Boo, Brian Griffin, boo.
Brian: Anyway, I-I want to…
Quagmire: Boo. Apologize somewhere else. Boo. Boo, Brian, boo.
Brian: Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here today to apologize…
Man: Why did you say “Ladies” first? That’s sexist.
Brian: It’s just, it’s just a-a standard greeting. Let-let me start over. Gentlemen and ladies…
Woman: Ooh, says the man.
Brian: Okay, sorry, I-I… Um, humans in the audience…
Man 2: I identify as a basketball.
Brian: Humans and basketballs…
Man 3: I’m a parrot who mimics words but doesn’t comprehend them.

Brian: Humans, basketballs, talking parrots, and-and whatever else is out there…
Woman 2:”Whatever”? It’s whoever.
Woman 3: Actually, it’s whomever.
Woman 2: No one likes you, Mary.
Brian: All right, all right, just-just calm down, okay?
Woman 4: Now you’re tone policing us!
Man 4: That makes me uncomfortable. Anything that makes me uncomfortable in 2017 should be illegal.
Brian: You know what? (Bleep) You. I’m not a racist, all right? I just told a bad joke. There’s a huge difference. But nobody on the Internet ever takes the time to ask themselves, “Is this worth freaking out over?” Or, “Are there bigger problems in the world than this tweet?” Well, I assure you, there are. And just for the record, I love black people. I watch tons of black porn. So, what do you all want from me, huh? You-you want to ruin my life? Then congratulations. You did it. Everybody hates me. I can’t leave the house without getting harassed. No one will hire me.
Stewie: That was a problem before.
Brian: I can’t turn on my phone without strangers telling me to kill myself or that they’re gonna kill my family. Leave me alone! I’m the self-righteous, liberal douchebag, not you! I’ve kissed a transsexual before! How many of you can say that?! Where’s my (bleep) medal?! I am so far left, I’m spinning in circles, you (bleep). Instead of killing myself, I should kill all of you!
Man: I’d like to see you try. Ow! Jeez.

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Breaking: 77th Holistic Doctor Shot Dead In Her AZ Home With Her Entire Family







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Dr. Annie Fairbanks, a holistic doctor practicing out of Arizona, was found shot dead in her home with husband Jason Fairbanks, 3 year old daughter and 9 month old son. This makes the 77th holistic doctor to have been found dead in this way over the past couple of years.

Sgt. Ben Hoster, a spokesman for the Scottsdale Police Department, stated that the police do not believe any other parties are involved. This essentially means there are no suspects and that this is likely a murder-suicide. Even the local paper is calling it that. Oddly, this statement and conclusion was made just hours after the incident took place, hardly giving anyone enough time to make a call like that.

“This is an isolated incident,” Hoster told reporters during a news conference in the neighbourhood on Friday afternoon.  “We do not believe there are any outstanding suspects.”

Annie Fairbanks and her 9 month old son. Photo: Facebook.

The family ran a health practice called Macrotherapy, which focused on natural and holistic healing. It’s unclear whether or not the practice was employing new or outside the box methods like GcMAF, but further investigations should tell us.

GcMAF (Glycoprotein Macrophage Activating Factor) is a protein made by our body and is pretty much the ‘director’ of our immune system. Our immune system is our body’s defense system against viruses and other pathogens. As healthy persons we all produce thousands of cancer cells every day. When we are unhealthy, GcMAF production drops. If one is able to be injected with GcMAF, they can once again heal. GcMAF was linked to a number of holistic doctors that were showing up mysteriously dead over the past two years.

People who knew the Fairbanks family, saw Dr. Fairbanks as patients, and who were personal friends, had been reaching out to a colleague we work with over at Health Nut News stating they doubt the claim and explanation given by the police. Especially since it was made so quickly. As mentioned, the more that we uncover about this story, the more we will report on in the future.

Laura Fairbanks, Jason’s sister, recalled her older brother as a protector. “He loved his family so much, he wasn’t a bad person.”

Annie & Jason Fairbanks. Photo: Laura Fairbanks/Special for The Republic

Laura explained that Jason was working seven days a week to provide for his family while funds were tight in their new ventures. Funds were not coming in like Jason needed them to, but he was still working away.

Although Jason was a man of few words, Laura said she could always tell and see how he was really feeling. She gave no indication that she would have expected a suicide. This of course does not rule it out in any way, but adds to the mystery around this story.

We will continue to follow this story and its hasty decision to call it a murder-suicide within hours of it happening. We will update and produce more stories as we know more.


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