sebster 11 points ago +11 / -0

Can't confirm or deny it 🤣

sebster 32 points ago +32 / -0

Me too fren, me too...

sebster 20 points ago +20 / -0

William Lee, Chicago Tribune

Sun, October 10, 2021, 6:54 PM

A man accused of violently knocking a 66-year-old woman onto elevated tracks at a CTA Green Line station had received conditional discharge the day before related to a similarly unprovoked attack on another older woman, Cook County prosecutors said Sunday.

Gary Coleman, 32, of Bronzeville, faces multiple counts of aggravated battery related to the Oct. 8 attack at the Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line platform in the South Loop. He was ordered held without bail during a hearing broadcast on YouTube less than a week after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery involving another woman, according to prosecutors.

The victim and her daughter had just received a runner packet for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon when they entered the train station platform that evening, authorities said. The victim’s daughter said she noticed Coleman talking to himself in angry tones as he approached them, Assistant State’s Attorney John Chambers told the court.

After Coleman passed, the woman turned in time to see her mother “in midair falling on the tracks below,” Chambers said. CTA surveillance allegedly captured video of Coleman striking the woman on the head as he passed, knocking her toward the tracks, Chambers said.

Coleman fled the station but was arrested the next day at the Central police station where he stopped, asking to use the phone, authorities said. Officers recognized him from a police bulletin on the incident and took him into custody.

The victim was rushed to Northwestern Memorial Hospital where she was treated for a broken right orbital bone, dislocated wrist, a concussion and a laceration to her forehead, Chambers said.

Coleman has prior convictions for aggravated battery and aggravated criminal sexual assault, authorities said.

On Oct. 4, Coleman was accused of punching a 60-year-old woman in the head, causing her to fall and briefly lose consciousness, Chamber said. Three days later, he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery in the case and was sentenced to eight months of conditional discharge.

During the hearing, there was brief mention of Coleman’s possible mental illness, with the judge granting an order that jail officials provide him with medical care.

Coleman, the father of a 14-year-old daughter, was unemployed due to the pandemic but was recently accepted to East-West University, according to his court-appointed attorney, Courtney Smallwood.

Judge David R. Navarro approved a petition to deny bail, calling Coleman a threat to the community and added a $50,000 bail for violating his conditional discharge. The judge expressed shock at the random nature of the crime and the numerous injuries to the victim.

“Fortunately (the victim) didn’t hit a rail that could have electrocuted her,” Navarro said. “We have an individual who is doing nothing other than taking public transportation, attacked on a CTA platform by an individual who just the day before had been placed on court conditional discharge. Just the day before.”

Coleman is scheduled to return to court on Thursday.


sebster 2 points ago +2 / -0

Now it seems that a recent email from The New England Journal of Medicine has banned Dr. Robert Malone.

On October 7, 2021, Dr. Malone reported the following:

"For your information, I have now been banned from reading the New England Journal of Medicine. They have blocked my IP address. I wonder how many others have been blocked?"

I wonder, was Professor Albert Einstein ever locked out of his office at Princeton? I know that many did not understand the complex equations he wrote, even the sharpest physicists of his day. It was only AFTER real-world experiments such as the total eclipse of the sun in 1919. This eclipse proved his calculation from his Relativity Theory that gravity could bend sunlight. Moreover, it made him a worldwide celebrity.

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sebster 2 points ago +2 / -0

Can't find anything in the web. Please explain!

sebster 4 points ago +4 / -0

The russians said the same..... many other country leaders too....

sebster 6 points ago +6 / -0

organs from chinas concentration camps

sebster 2 points ago +2 / -0

From the NY Post:

A federal grand jury in Wisconsin indicted two Afghan refugees Wednesday, accusing them of committing crimes while they were staying at a local Army base after being taken out of Afghanistan.

Bahrullah Noori, 20, is charged with one count of attempting to engage in a sex act with a minor by force and three counts of engaging in a sex act with a minor. One of the latter counts also alleges the use of force. Investigators say both of Noori’s alleged victims were under the age of 16.

The indictment specifically alleges that Noori touched the genitalia of one of his victims on three separate occasions while at Fort McCoy, an Army installation located approximately 100 miles northwest of Madison. One of the alleged assaults occurred in a barrack, while the other two took place in a bathroom.

The second indictment charges 32-year-old Mohammad Haroon Imaad with assaulting his wife on Sept. 7 by strangling and suffocating her. A complaint states that Imaad’s wife claimed to soldiers through an interpreter that her husband had also struck their children on “multiple occasions” and alleged that he “beat me many times in Afghanistan to the point I lost vision in both eyes

sebster 0 points ago +1 / -1

Got some screenshots for me?

sebster 2 points ago +2 / -0

Because the chinese say it's their country

sebster 6 points ago +6 / -0

It was my favorite too... Very nice lady and then: BAMM in your face. Like in the old Batman Series with Adam West

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