ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! They’re lying and cheating, over and over! They want attention - fight back constructively with gusto BLM INDEX 1-22 IN THIS SECTION Black Attorney Generals Notes - Personal - Black Lives Matter Black Lives Matter input from bulk of #1 News/#2 Personal Notes --------------------------------------------------------------------- Attorney generals who are currently on duty as of 2020/10/23 wikipedia check No matter which assignment or political position in the justice or political system, watch for corruption as cronyism, bribes or extortion. There are numerous examples and signs that black persons in government are not immune to corruption, either getting their position or while on duty. There are also numerous signs they often work for black-specific interests, and among these, probably certain kinds of blacks based on their personal backgrounds, interests and who voted for them or helped get them in. In addition, there are several blacks associated with Islamic groups whose intentions are centered on both black power movements and Islamic centrism. Black attorney generals: Roland Burris Democrat Illinois Thurbert Baker Democrat Georgia Kamala Harris Demcrat California Curtis Hill Indiana Republican Letita James New York Democrat present Kwame Raoul Illinois Democrat present Keith Ellison Minnesota Democrat present Daniel Cameron Kentucky Republican Aaron Ford Nevada Democrat present Other black attorney generals Peter C. Harvey Democrat, New Jersey, might have been on board during 9/11 in New York Kamala Harris California Democrat Retired to run successfully for U.S. Senate from California Updates 2020/10/23 Page Started BLM18-Black Attorney Generals
Ramadi, Iraq July 24, 2006 Jason West KIA The insurgent counteroffensive against the net of [American military] outposts culminated on July 24. That day, Al-Qaeda launched 24 large scale attacks within the space of half an hour, all across the city [of Ramadi]. One soldier killed in the July 24 attacks was Jason West. At Camp Ramadi, soldiers assembled solemnly to watch the ceremony in which the fallen officer’s body was transported from the camp morgue to a landing pad for for pickup by helicopter. “As we stood there with others in the pitch dark waiting, “ a civilian interpreter with the brigade named Sterling Jensen wrote in his journal, we heard the helos purring and then in a distance saw them as great white sharks in the dark sea approach the pad.” In his own diary, [Colonel Sean] MacFarland observed, “I am glad Jason made it to Mass on Sunday.” Chapter “Out West” Endgame by Gordon and Trainor, p. 248.