How the CIA 'found' Hitler alive in Colombia in 1954: Agency was told about man with a VERY familiar face who lived in an ex-SS community where he was called The Fuhrer and given Nazi salutes, declassified files show
Declassified CIA report details claims that Hitler lived in Colombia in the 1950s
Phillip Citroen, a former SS officer, told agents the dictator was living in the town of Tunja, 85 miles north of Bogota, among a group of former Nazis in 1954
Citroen said the men called him The Fuhrer, gave him Nazi salutes and 'afforded him storm-trooper adulation'
He even provided a photograph showing a man with a strong likeness of Hitler
‘Deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11’: Manhattan suspect shot & detained as 8 killed, 12 injured RT
Published on Nov 1, 2017
Police have shot and detained the driver of a pick-up truck, who ploughed along a crowded bike path in New York's lower Manhattan, killing 8 people and injuring over a dozen others. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8r52
‘ISIS lives forever’: Uzbek man, 29, who killed eight and injured 15 with his vehicle while shouting Allahu Akbar in New York left behind notes and a flag pledging loyalty to terror group and appeared proud in his interrogation
Police searched Uzbek man Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, rented Home Depot truck after the attack
Eight people and 13 were injured when he mowed down cyclists and pedestrians on the West Side Highway
Saipov immigrated to the US in 2010 and lived in Ohio, Florida and New Jersey before Tuesday's attack
He also worked as an Uber driver for six months before carrying out the atrocity in downtown Manhattan
Saipov mounted the bicycle path at 3.05pm then drove 17 blocks until crashing into a school bus
He then got out of the rented truck brandishing a pellet gun and a paint gun before being shot in the stomach
Saipov was taken to hospital for surgery and is now answering the questions of FBI investigators in hospital
Among the eight people killed are six tourists including five Argentinian men and a Belgian mother-of-two
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar Linked to Lucchese Crime Family Made Man Frank Capri aka Frank Gioia Organized Crime Channel
d on Nov 2, 2017
The Closures of Toby Keith's I Love This Bar have been found to be Linked directly to Lucchese Crime Family Made Man Frank Capri who's real name is Frank Gioia Jr. a made man in the Lucchese Crime Family who flipped years ago.
Reporter Robert Anglen discusses the findings of an Arizona Republic investigation into the life of Frank Capri. you can see the full investigation at azcentral.com The mobsters success was short-lived, overshadowed by allegations of fraud and massive losses for his business associates.
Documents and interviews show Gioia used his government-provided identity to create havoc. He or his companies negotiated deals to build Toby Keith restaurants with mall owners and developers throughout the United States, then took tens of millions of dollars meant to pay for construction and walked away.
Gioia’s business associates know him as Frank Capri. No background checks, no amount of vetting, no financial examination and no legal review would have revealed Capri’s record as a confessed murderer, drug dealer, gun runner, arsonist, extortionist, loan shark and leg breaker. That’s because the Witness Protection Program isn’t set up to protect the public.
Published on Nov 2, 2017
Big Herc Interviews Dexter Liles from Fairfield California.
In 2007 Dex caught a case for attempted murder. After a drive-by shooting from a rival gang, Dex felt as he had no other option but to Retaliate. Looking at life, it took the D.A. 9 months of court appearances before presenting a Deal. Rather than life Dex would get 7 years in California State Prison. Find out what he is up to now that he is Free.
Published on Nov 3, 2017
If someone has tattoos that look gang related but they themselves are not affiliated, how would inmates view their tattoos and what would be the repercussions? Big Herc has the answer.
Published on Nov 6, 2017
An unexpected cold blast and snowstorm hit the lower South Island, New Zealand on Sunday, November 5, 2017, just three weeks out from summer. Thick snow started falling at around 09:30 local time, blanketing the Crown Range between Queenstown and Wanaka. An even colder blast is forecast for the rest of the week and forecasters are urging motorists to keep an eye on weather warnings. https://watchers.news/2017/11/06/unse...
Violent thunderstorms swept through parts of New South Wales, Australia on November 5 and 6, 2017, producing strong winds, large hail, heavy rain and high elevation snow. The storms caused widespread damage and sent at least 2 people to a hospital. This is just the beginning of a few months of the storm season, authorities said, asking people to protect their properties and take extra care while on the road during wet conditions. This weather system is now moving toward New Zealand where severe weather warnings are already in place. https://watchers.news/2017/11/06/viol...
'This has been a long-running game with these kids': Police reveal teens who killed a driver with a stone thrown from a bridge had a history of doing it and even hurled a RECLINER two days before the fatal incident
Five teenagers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of Kenneth White, a 32-year-old father-of-four
The teens are accused of throwing a rock off an Interstate 75 overpass in Michigan that smashed through a car windshield and killed White
Just two days before the fatal incident, police they hurled a recliner off the bridge onto the same interstate below
Cops say the teens had a history of tossing items off the bridge which was 'a long-running game with these kids'
The teens are: Kyle Anger, Alexander Miller, Trevor Gray, Mikaydyn Payne and Mark Sekelsky
County prosecutor said: 'I don't think this was a deliberate attempt to take somebody's life. It was a willful and wanton act that resulted in... death'
Published on Nov 9, 2017
A severe storm swept through New Zealand late Tuesday into Wednesday, November 8, 2017, leaving much of the South Island without power. Wind gusts reached 154 km/h (95 mph), maximum hourly rainfall 33 mm (1.29 inches) and snow was reported even at low elevations.
The storm front moved through the upper West Coast of the South Island, and to some extent the east coast down to North Canterbury between about midnight and 03:30 local time, hitting the region with powerful winds, heavy rain and snow. https://watchers.news/2017/11/08/seve...
Published on Nov 8, 2017
We know you guys are worried about getting your cheeks busted in prison, we get these types of questions all the time. If this is something you are that worried about, it may be time to get out of the game. if you're a square, stay a square and you wont have anything to worry about.