NEW MOORE ACCUSER: ‘HE DIDN’T PINCH IT, HE GRABBED’ Sixth Roy Moore Accuser Comes Forward, Says He Groped Her In 1991

By Nick Visser 11/16/17
A sixth woman has accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual harassment, and two other women have come forward with allegations of misconduct by the judge while they were young women working at an Alabama mall.
Tina Johnson told the news outlet she was groped by Moore during a meeting at his law office in 1991, when she was 28 years old. She said she went to see Moore to sign over custody of her then 12-year-old son to her mother, who was also in the meeting, and that as soon as she walked into his office, Moore began flirting with her.
“He kept commenting on my looks, telling me how pretty I was, how nice I looked,” she said in her account. “He was saying that my eyes were beautiful.”
She described the event as uncomfortable before noting that at one point during the meeting Moore moved around his desk, sat inches from her and asked questions about her young daughters. When the meeting ended and Johnson turned to leave, she said Moore grabbed her buttocks.

IN JAMAICA: Accused killer of Manchester cop, Corporal Melvin Smith charged with murder

Thursday, November 16, 2017
MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The Manchester police have formally charged a 22- year-old man for the murder of Corporal Melvin Smith in this south central town on the night of October 27.
Corporal Melvin Smith
Supt Wayne Cameron, head of the Manchester police, named the accused as Kemar Bennett, otherwise called 'Sparta' of Settlement in Williamsfield, Manchester.
Cameron said Bennett was pointed out in an identification parade last Friday and was formally charged Tuesday night. In addition to murder, Bennett has been charged with illegal possession of a firearm, wounding with intent and robbery with aggravation.
Two additional charges of robbery (unrelated to the murder) have also been laid against Bennett, including one just 25 minutes before Corporal Smith was killed. The same establishment, a gaming lounge on Ward Avenue, was targeted in both cases, Cameron said. more

Listen to Peter Lloyd's reggae cover of John Lennon's 'Woman'

Peter Lloyd
International recording artist Peter Lloyd is releasing a reggae version of John Lennon’s ‘Woman’ on the 24th November available worldwide. Peter Lloyd is well-known in Jamaica mostly for his music and also due to his notable acting career featuring in Walt Disney’s Return to Treasure IslandThe Mighty Quinn starring Denzel Washington and Prelude to A Kiss starring Meg Ryan and Alec BaldwinPeter Lloyd has also performed at dozens of festivals worldwide including Nottingham Carnival (UK)Reggae Jam (Germany)Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival (Jamaica)One Caribbean Music Festival (USA)Sunrise Reggae and Ska Festival (Germany).
Peter Lloyd - Woman
Peter Lloyd
Described as the ‘Love Messenger’, and with his love and respect for women, Peter Lloydalso believes that love is the ‘greatest revolution’ that creates unity. His Rastafarian philosophy has influenced his music and he states that the purpose for his music is to heal the world.
Peter Lloyd tries to give back to society as much as he can through philanthropy delivering his message through a programme called Yutes Rise, where he inspires the students through a reggae/motivational workshop and live performances. Peter Lloyd has already been featured on ReggaevilleCNN’s Roots: Our Journeys Home, and the Jamaica Observer. Producing a refreshing sound and paying homage to this John Lennon original,Peter Lloyd teamed up with legendary Jamaican producer and saxophonist, Dean Fraserwho has worked with the likes of Dennis BrownSly and Robbie, and Joe Gibbs. Having been on the international circuit for some time, Peter Lloyd has performed in over 20 countries.
To accompany this cover of John Lennon’s classic, Peter Lloyd will have a music video due to be premiered in November. From Jamaica to London and the rest of the world, there isn’t much that this highly accomplished individual can do if he sets his mind to it, spreading the message of love on the world stage.


 11/7/17- GLEANER 
Dancehall entertainer Ninjaman appears to have suffered a mild heart attack on Friday, when he reported feeling ill during his murder trial. 
Doctors reportedly conducted an echocardiogram (ECG) yesterday and are carrying out more tests.The doctors are expected to submit a report by today.
Ninjaman has reportedly given instructions to his attorneys for his murder trial to continue while he's in hospital.Ninjaman, whose real name is Desmond Ballentyne, was taken back into police custody on October 17 as his murder trial started in the Gun Court.
In 2009, he was arrested and charged along with his son, Janeil, and another man, Dennis Clayton, for the fatal shooting of Ricardo Johnson that same year.
They were also charged with shooting with intent. The case, first mentioned in court in 2009, has had 17 missed trial dates and 23 mention dates in eight years.

TEXAS CHURCH SHOOTER : Devin Patrick Kelley, 26 y-o ID’d as Sutherland Springs Church Killer

Devin Patrick Kelley, 26 y-o
Sunday, Nov 5, 2017
Devin Patrick Kelley has been identified as the gunman who killed at least 24 people at a church in Texas, a U.S. official tells The Daily Beast. A week before he committed the worst massacre at a place of worship in American history, Kelley posted a photo of an assault rifle to Facebook with the caption: “She's a bad bitch.” Kelley, 26, was a resident of New Braunfels, a suburb of San Antonio, according to public records. Kelley was married and his mother-in-law listed a P.O. box in Sutherland Springs as a mailing address. San Antonio police reportedly raided Kelley's home on Sunday evening. A LinkedIn account appearing to belong to Kelley describes him as serving in the U.S. Air Force from his 2009 high-school graduation until 2013, after which he briefly taught at a summer Bible school. more

2,800 JFK RECORDS RELEASED : National Archives Releases Trove Of Classified JFK Assassination Documents But President Trump chose to keep a number of the documents secret for another 180 days.

By Marina Fang and Lydia O’Connor 10/26/17
 WASHINGTON ― The National Archives released nearly all the remaining long-classified documents concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which has perennially spawned a litany of conspiracy theories.
President John F. Kennedy
President Donald Trump ordered the release of 2,800 documents on Thursday, the White House said in a call with reporters that afternoon. The release of a number of other documents with redactions will be postponed for 180 days to allow for further review, despite a decades-old law establishing this day as a deadline for the release of all remaining documents.
“The American public expects ― and deserves ― its Government to provide as much access as possible to the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records ... so that the people may finally be fully informed about all aspects of this pivotal event,” Trump said in his presidential memorandum mandating the documents’ release. “Therefore, I am ordering today that the veil finally be lifted.” 
But it appears Trump in the end gave in to pressure from the national security agencies to keep a number of documents under wraps. 
John F. Kennedy's motorcade rides through Dallas before his assassination on November 22, 1963.
President Trump in Motorcade
The document release appeared to hit a snag on Thursday afternoon, as intelligence agencies were still deciding which details to keep redacted, according to NBC News. The delay meant that only some of the documents could be released to meet the deadline.
The “vast majority” of the redactions in the blocked documents were made by the FBI and CIA, which cited national security reasons in their requests, according to a White House spokeswoman. 
The documents were expected to focus on Kennedy’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, and his exploits in Mexico City two months before he shot the president in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, according to USA Today.
According to the archives, “much of what will be released will be tangential to the assassination events.”
The files were released under a law spurred by a popular 1992 movie directed by Oliver Stone, “JFK,” which suggested a U.S. government conspiracy was behind Kennedy’s killing. The JFK Assassination Records Collection Act mandated that the last of the documents on the assassination be released exactly 25 years after the law was enacted on Oct. 26, 1992. more

MADNESS IN JAMAICA: 8 million rounds of ammo unaccounted for in JAMAICA.

THE Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) will be carrying out an audit of the eight million rounds of ammunition that National Security Minister Robert Montague says is unaccounted for, to ensure that legal bullets are kept out of the hands of criminals.
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Bullets seized in Jamaica
He explained that with each of the country's 42,000 licensed firearm holders issued with 50 rounds per year, and an additional 250 per quarter, this amounts to approximately five million rounds per annum. However, the Government imports 13 million rounds of ammunition each year. At this time, the authorities are not certain of the whereabouts of the remaining eight million rounds.
Montague was speaking at a press briefing at his ministry yesterday, where he announced the new five-member FLA board, which is to begin its work on Tuesday.
Minister of National Security Robert Montague
 (right) makes a point to the new chairman
of the board of the Firearm Licensing Authority
 Major General Antony Anderson at yesterday's
press conference held at the Ministry of
National Security in Kingston.
 (Photo: Michael Gordon 
He said the problem has to do with the additional rounds which licensed gun holders can purchase, in addition to their 1,050 allotment. These can be in any amount and are for use at firing ranges.
“What we have discovered is that not all the rounds are being used on some ranges, and therefore there is that leakage. There was an instance where inspection was done of a private firearm holder and he was upwards of 3,000 rounds in his possession because he was able to utilise the 50 rounds and 250 rounds, and he didn't expend those rounds,” he explained, pointing out that if excess rounds were to be stolen they could fall into the hands of criminals, and “may be contributing to the (deaths) of over 1,000 Jamaicans”.
The national security minister said there is also another avenue for leakage, where individuals go on to ranges with empty magazines, load these weapons there, and leave with those rounds.
“It's difficult for the range owner to monitor when a person is doing that,” he remarked. He said that the eight-million-round gap is bothersome for the authorities.
“We are not sure [whether] those rounds were used on ranges, or whether they are locked in somebody's safe, or whether those rounds are in the hands of members of the criminal underworld... If one bullet from the legal trade leaks into the illegal trade, potentially one more life can be lost,” he said.
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Bullets seized in Jamaica
Image result for bullets in jamaicaThe new FLA board was appointed following the resignation of the previous Dennis Wright-chaired board in August, which was prompted by a corruption scandal that has rocked the State licensing agency in recent months.
Montague had ordered the FLA to temporarily cease issuing approvals for gun licences or permits and the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency moved in to probe the allegations of systemic corruption at the agency which, among other things, had resulted in individuals reportedly involved in murder and lottery scamming receiving gun licences, and in some revoked applications being reversed.
Yesterday, Montague expressed confidence in the new board's ability to clean up the FLA, pointing to some of the instances of corruption that the previous board had “stumbled upon”. more

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