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Women pushes child on to train tracks Brianna Workman

Our records:   PORTLAND, Ore. — A woman accused of shoving a 3-year-old girl off a Portland light rail platform and onto the train tracks will be held without bail. Brianna Workman, 32, was arraigned Thursday on charges of assault, attempted assault, interfering with public transportation, disorderly conduct and recklessly endangering another person, the […]

Clark County Washington unable to curb crime

Over the past several years prosecutors have been unable to punish blatten career criminals or help to make victims whole. This series of examples will bring to light some of the worst criminals in the county and how they use our jail as a revolving door.   The subject today is Axel Arnie Arola. This […]

ANTIFA Members

From 2017 in Portland – ANTIFA / Anarchy Garbage Loosers Tyler W. Bristow, 27, was arrested near Southwest Park Avenue and Southwest Taylor street. He is charged with interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest. Chad Skjei, 37, was arrested near Southwest Third Avenue and Southwest Taylor Street. He is charged with interfering with […]

71 more arrested in Portland for Riots

[embedyt][/embedyt] These idiots should be held accountable to fix Portland. They are costing the working members of society so much money, that could have gone to our schools and other programs to benefit the next generations. Instead, these children, who should be rounded up and hands cut off are running free and destroy everything we […]

Portland Protesters Arrested

[embedyt][/embedyt] The names of the 25 arrested are as follows: 37-year-old David Pugh – Interfering with a Peace Officer 23-year-old Margaret Alice Shiple – Interfering with a Peace Officer and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree 20-year-old Ryley Sue Simmons – Interfering with a Peace Officer and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree 19-year-old […]

State Felon Voting Laws

Two states allow felons to vote from prison while other states may permanently ban felons from voting even after being released from prison, parole, and probation, and having paid all their fines. The chart below provides links to each state’s laws on felon voting and places each US state within one of five categories ranging […]

National Peace Officers Memorial Day

  On average, one law enforcement officer is killed in the line of duty somewhere in the United States every 61 hours. Since the first known line-of-duty death in 1791, more than 20,000 U.S. law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice. The Memorial Fund serves as a nationwide clearinghouse of information and statistics on […]

Gun Ownership Vs Crime

Gun Ownership Vs Crime an international perspective Highest Gun Ownership Rate PER 100 RESIDENTS Highest Intentional Homicide Rate PER 100,000 RESIDENTS 88.8 USA 54.8 YEMEN 45.7 SWITZERLAND 45.3 FINLAND     91.6 HONDURAS 69.2 EL SALVADOR 56.9 CÔTE D’IVOIRE 52.2 JAMAICA 4.8 USA A recent study published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Public […]

How are guns being used by citizens

How are guns being used by citizens in America each year?   = homicide + accident + suicide1             = self defense2 Every year, guns are used over 80x more often to protect a life than to take one!*

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