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Saturday, December 22, 2018

GOD SHUT THE GOVERNMENT DOWN FOR KILLING 7 YEAR OLD MIGRANT GIRLS AND BLACK YOUTH





2 Maccabees 5:1-14,22-27
[1]About the same time Antiochus prepared his second voyage into Egypt:
[2]And then it happened, that through all the city, for the space almost of forty days, there were seen horsemen running in the air, in cloth of gold, and armed with lances, like a band of soldiers,
[3]And troops of horsemen in array
, encountering and running one against another, with shaking of shields, and multitude of pikes, and drawing of swords, and casting of darts, and glittering of golden ornaments, and harness of all sorts.
[4]Wherefore every man prayed that that apparition might turn to good.



[5]Now when there was gone forth a false rumour, as though Antiochus had been dead, Jason took at the least a thousand men, and suddenly made an assault upon the city; and they that were upon the walls being put back, and the city at length taken, Menelaus fled into the castle:
[6]But Jason slew his own citizens without mercy, not considering that to get the day of them of his own nation would be a most unhappy day for him; but thinking they had been his enemies, and not his countrymen, whom he conquered.
[7]Howbeit for all this he obtained not the principality, but at the last received shame for the reward of his treason, and fled again into the country of the Ammonites.
[8]In the end therefore he had an unhappy return, being accused before Aretas the king of the Arabians, fleeing from city to city, pursued of all men, hated as a forsaker of the laws, and being had in abomination as an open enemy of his country and countrymen, he was cast out into Egypt.
[9]Thus he that had driven many out of their country perished in a strange land, retiring to the Lacedemonians, and thinking there to find succour by reason of his kindred:
[10]And he that had cast out many unburied had none to mourn for him, nor any solemn funerals at all, nor sepulchre with his fathers.
[11]Now when this that was done came to the king's car, he thought that Judea had revolted: whereupon removing out of Egypt in a furious mind, he took the city by force of arms,
[12]And commanded his men of war not to spare such as they met, and to slay such as went up upon the houses.
[13]Thus there was killing of young and old, making away of men, women, and children, slaying of virgins and infants.
[14]And there were destroyed within the space of three whole days fourscore thousand, whereof forty thousand were slain in the conflict; and no fewer sold than slain.
[22]And he left governors to vex the nation: at Jerusalem, Philip, for his country a Phrygian, and for manners more barbarous than he that set him there;
[23]And at Garizim, Andronicus; and besides, Menelaus, who worse than all the rest bare an heavy hand over the citizens, having a malicious mind against his countrymen the Jews.
[24]He sent also that detestable ringleader Apollonius with an army of two and twenty thousand, commanding him to slay all those that were in their best age, and to sell the women and the younger sort:
[25]Who coming to Jerusalem, and pretending peace, did forbear till the holy day of the sabbath, when taking the Jews keeping holy day, he commanded his men to arm themselves.
[26]And so he slew all them that were gone to the celebrating of the sabbath, and running through the city with weapons slew great multitudes.
[27]But Judas Maccabeus with nine others, or thereabout, withdrew himself into the wilderness, and lived in the mountains after the manner of beasts, with his company, who fed on herbs continually, lest they should be partakers of the pollution.

Police Shoot Ohio Teen, Charge His Teenage Girlfriend With the Murder








 






Julius Tate Jr.

After shooting and killing a 16-year-old during a sting operation, police in Columbus, Ohio have charged another 16-year-old girl with the murder, alleging that even though the teen was killed by a member of their SWAT team, it was all her fault.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, on December 7, Columbus police set up an undercover operation in an effort to stop a series of robberies that had been taking place throughout the city. Officers used social media to arrange a transaction with 16-year-old Julius Tate Jr. to purchase an item Tate had offered for sale on the site.
When the officers met with Tate, he allegedly pulled out a gun and robbed the agent. That’s when backup SWAT team member Eric Richard shot the teenager. Tate was pronounced dead at a local area hospital, according to Sgt. Chantay Boxill, a Columbus police spokesperson.
But others say that’s not what happened.
On December 12, the family of the slain youth said they were considering filing an unlawful death suit against the officers after the family attorney said that witnesses disputed the police account.
“I have a sworn affidavit from an eyewitness that says that this was done totally different than what has been put on the news,” said Byron Potts, who is representing the Tate family. “That he was basically shot in cold blood.”
Potts told the station that eyewitnesses have said that the deceased did not pull a gun and that officers only recovered a gun after searching Tate’s home, according to WOSU.
“They shot him on the street, then came back to the house and got a gun from the house,” Potts says. “He did not have a gun on him at the time this happened.”
Upon hearing this news, police miraculously discovered who was really to blame for Tate’s death. On Thursday, officers with the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team arrested 16-year-old Masonique Saunders and charged her with murder and aggravated robbery, the Dispatch reports.
Police allege that Saunders was at the scene of the incident and was romantically involved with Tate. They have gone as far as publicizing the teenage girl’s address and what the Dispatch termed a “lengthy juvenile criminal history” dating back to when she was 12.
I wonder how the Dispatch obtained juvenile records?
Police allege that Saunders “played a role” in the robberies and is therefore responsible for Tate’s death.
“Under what historically has been called ‘felony murder,’ which means that you’re still responsible for a murder if you cause the death of another as an approximate result of committing certain kinds of serious offenses,” police spokesperson Denise Alex-Bouzounis told WOSU.
“In a situation where say there’s two people involved in a robbery, they go in to rob and then police shoot somebody, and police are actually the ones who did the direct killing, we still say the felons were approximately causing that death and should be held responsible under this felony murder doctrine,” Berman says.
Tate’s shooting was the second police shooting during a sting operation that week. Two days earlier, 18-year-old Kyler Collier was shot by SWAT Officer Robert Vass, when Vass says Collier tried to rob him during a sting operation similar to the one where Tate was killed. Police say they recovered a gun that belonged to Collier.
That shooting was the fifth time that Vass has been involved in an incident where he or another officer with him fired a gun.
Trust me, it was not his fault.

Jasher 19:8-45
[8]And when a poor man came to their land they would give him silver and gold, and cause a proclamation in the whole city not to give him a morsel of bread to eat, and if the stranger should remain there some days, and die from hunger, not having been able to obtain a morsel of bread, then at his death all the people of the city would come and take their silver and gold which they had given to him.
[9]And those that could recognize the silver or gold which they had given him took it back, and at his death they also stripped him of his garments, and they would fight about them, and he that prevailed over his neighbor took them.
[10]They would after that carry him and bury him under some of the shrubs in the deserts; so they did all the days to any one that came to them and died in their land.
[11]And in the course of time Sarah sent Eliezer to Sodom, to see Lot and inquire after his welfare.
[12]And Eliezer went to Sodom, and he met a man of Sodom fighting with a stranger, and the man of Sodom stripped the poor man of all his clothes and went away.
[13]And this poor man cried to Eliezer and supplicated his favor on account of what the man of Sodom had done to him.
[14]And he said to him, Why dost thou act thus to the poor man who came to thy land?
[15]And the man of Sodom answered Eliezer, saying, Is this man thy brother, or have the people of Sodom made thee a judge this day, that thou speakest about this man?
[16]And Eliezer strove with the man of Sodom on account of the poor man, and when Eliezer approached to recover the poor man's clothes from the man of Sodom, he hastened and with a stone smote Eliezer in the forehead.
[17]And the blood flowed copiously from Eliezer's forehead, and when the man saw the blood he caught hold of Eliezer, saying, Give me my hire for having rid thee of this bad blood that was in thy forehead, for such is the custom and the law in our land.
[18]And Eliezer said to him, Thou hast wounded me and requirest me to pay thee thy hire; and Eliezer would not hearken to the words of the man of Sodom.
[19]And the man laid hold of Eliezer and brought him to Shakra the judge of Sodom for judgment.
[20]And the man spoke to the judge, saying, I beseech thee my lord, thus has this man done, for I smote him with a stone that the blood flowed from his forehead, and he is unwilling to give me my hire.
[21]And the judge said to Eliezer, This man speaketh truth to thee, give him his hire, for this is the custom in our land; and Eliezer heard the words of the judge, and he lifted up a stone and smote the judge, and the stone struck on his forehead, and the blood flowed copiously from the forehead of the judge, and Eliezer said, If this then is the custom in your land give thou unto this man what I should have given him, for this has been thy decision, thou didst decree it.
[22]And Eliezer left the man of Sodom with the judge, and he went away.
[23]And when the kings of Elam had made war with the kings of Sodom, the kings of Elam captured all the property of Sodom, and they took Lot captive, with his property, and when it was told to Abraham he went and made war with the kings of Elam, and he recovered from their hands all the property of Lot as well as the property of Sodom.
[24]At that time the wife of Lot bare him a daughter, and he called her name Paltith, saying, Because God had delivered him and his whole household from the kings of Elam; and Paltith daughter of Lot grew up, and one of the men of Sodom took her for a wife.
[25]And a poor man came into the city to seek a maintenance, and he remained in the city some days, and all the people of Sodom caused a proclamation of their custom not to give this man a morsel of bread to eat, until he dropped dead upon the earth, and they did so.
[26]And Paltith the daughter of Lot saw this man lying in the streets starved with hunger, and no one would give him any thing to keep him alive, and he was just upon the point of death.
[27]And her soul was filled with pity on account of the man, and she fed him secretly with bread for many days, and the soul of this man was revived.
[28]For when she went forth to fetch water she would put the bread in the water pitcher, and when she came to the place where the poor man was, she took the bread from the pitcher and gave it him to eat; so she did many days.
[29]And all the people of Sodom and Gomorrah wondered how this man could bear starvation for so many days.
[30]And they said to each other, This can only be that he eats and drinks, for no man can bear starvation for so many days or live as this man has, without even his countenance changing; and three men concealed themselves in a place where the poor man was stationed, to know who it was that brought him bread to eat.
[31]And Paltith daughter of Lot went forth that day to fetch water, and she put bread into her pitcher of water, and she went to draw water by the poor man's place, and she took out the bread from the pitcher and gave it to the poor man and he ate it.
[32]And the three men saw what Paltith did to the poor man, and they said to her, It is thou then who hast supported him, and therefore has he not starved, nor changed in appearance nor died like the rest.
[33]And the three men went out of the place in which they were concealed, and they seized Paltith and the bread which was in the poor man's hand.
[34]And they took Paltith and brought her before their judges, and they said to them, Thus did she do, and it is she who supplied the poor man with bread, therefore did he not die all this time; now therefore declare to us the punishment due to this woman for having transgressed our law.
[35]And the people of Sodom and Gomorrah assembled and kindled a fire in the street of the city, and they took the woman and cast her into the fire and she was burned to ashes.
[36]And in the city of Admah there was a woman to whom they did the like.
[37]For a traveler came into the city of Admah to abide there all night, with the intention of going home in the morning, and he sat opposite the door of the house of the young woman's father, to remain there, as the sun had set when be had reached that place; and the young woman saw him sitting by the door of the house.
[38]And he asked her for a drink of water and she said to him, Who art thou? and he said to her, I was this day going on the road, and reached here when the sun set, so I will abide here all night, and in the morning I will arise early and continue my journey.
[39]And the young woman went into the house and fetched the man bread and water to eat and drink.
[40]And this affair became known to the people of Admah, and they assembled and brought the young woman before the judges, that they should judge her for this act.
[41]And the judge said, The judgment of death must pass upon this woman because she transgressed our law, and this therefore is the decision concerning her.
[42]And the people of those cities assembled and brought out the young woman, and anointed her with honey from head to foot, as the judge had decreed, and they placed her before a swarm of bees which were then in their hives, and the bees flew upon her and stung her that her whole body was swelled.
[43]And the young woman cried out on account of the bees, but no one took notice of her or pitied her, and her cries ascended to heaven.
[44]And the Lord was provoked at this and at all the works of the cities of Sodom, for they had abundance of food, and had tranquility amongst them, and still would not sustain the poor and the needy, and in those days their evil doings and sins became great before the Lord.
[45]And the Lord sent for two of the angels that had come to Abraham's house, to destroy Sodom and its cities.

Ezekiel 16:49-50
[49]Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.
[50]And they were haughty, and committed abomination before me: therefore I took them away as I saw good.
Revelation 13:9-10
[9]If any man have an ear, let him hear.
[10]He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword. Here is the patience and the faith of the saints.

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