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by Fred Chong Rutherford

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly went on “Meet the Press” Sunday to condemn the leaking of information about the Manchester bombing by fellow officials in the regime of popular vote loser and aspiring dictator Donald Трамп. The leaks have forced English counterterrorism forces to stop sharing information with their U.S. counterparts.

Kelly said that intelligence leaks from his fellow Трамп regime officials related to the recent Manchester attack are, “darn close to treason.

I guess this in contrast to the activities of Paul Manafort, Carter Page, Michael Flynn, Steve Bannon, Jared Kushner and a whole host of other people in the regime which are definitely Treason.


Q: Why are Cheerios Trump's Favorite Cereal?


United sorry for falsely accusing gay father of fondling his child

(CNN)United Airlines is apologizing again for their treatment of a passenger.

Henry Amador-Batten, a gay father flying to his North Carolina home last Saturday, was accused by United flight attendants of inappropriately touching his son on the flight, setting off a police investigation and angering the boy's fathers.

"This is not how anyone deserves to be treated," Amador-Batten's husband, Joel, wrote in a Facebook post for their gay parenting blog DADsquared.

"This is not something that should have happened in front of my son. This is not something that anyone should have to worry about happening to them on a flight just because someone might not like the looks of them."



Trump-branded toilet paper to be sold in Mexico, will aid deportees: Report

Donald Trump will soon be circling the drain.

A Mexican lawyer plans to market Trump-branded toilet paper in that country and use the proceeds to benefit deportees, the CNN-affiliated site Expansión reported Wednesday.

Mexico City-based attorney Antonio Battaglia said he was spurred to action after Trump's assertions during the presidential campaigns that certain Mexicans are "bad hombres." “I was very annoyed, and I started looking for a way to do something that had an impact, not in a tone of mockery or bad revenge, but in a positive way,” he told the site.

Battaglia has developed a prototype featuring a plucky little cartoon character shaped like a toilet roll (which looks a bit like the animated bill in the classic Schoolhouse Rock short "How a Bill Becomes Law". The entrepreneur plans to produce the TP by the end of the year, distributing it to grocery stores and donating 30% of proceeds to deportee aid groups.


Eight dead, including deputy sheriff, after shooting in Mississippi

Source: AP/LA Times

Authorities in Mississippi say a suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a shooting, including a sheriff's deputy.

Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said the shootings occurred at three separate homes Saturday night in rural Lincoln County.

Strain says charges have not yet been filed against the suspect and that it would be “premature” to discuss a motive.

It was not clear whether the suspect knew his victims before allegedly killing them.

Read more: http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-mississippi-shooting-20170528-story.html

all there is at link.

Utah woman locked kids in trunk while she shopped, police say

(CNN)A woman is facing child abuse charges after she locked her two children in the trunk of her car while she shopped at a Walmart in Utah, police say.

Tori Lee Castillo, 39, was arrested after she returned to the car. Her children, ages 2 and 5, were taken by the Division of Child and Family Services and handed over to a responsible party, Riverdale City Police Department said in a statement.

Police said they received a call Thursday after a witness saw the woman stuff the children in the trunk and leave her car at a parking lot.

"The small children ... began making noise and moving frantically, causing the vehicle to shake," police said. "Several good Samaritans observed this and came to the aid of the children."



Sunday's Doonesbury - He Needs Wins!

Walker Art Center director regrets not discussing 'difficult' new sculpture with American Indians

May 27, 2017 - 2:44 PM

The Walker Art Center’s executive director expressed regret Friday to Minnesota’s American Indian communities over tensions raised by a new sculpture, “Scaffold,” a gallows-inspired work based in part on the hanging of 38 Dakota tribe members in Mankato in 1862.

It will debut at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden June 3.

“I should have engaged leaders in the Dakota and broader Native communities in advance of the work’s siting, and I apologize for any pain and disappointment that the sculpture might elicit,” Olga Viso wrote in an open letter to The Circle, a Twin Cities newspaper that serves the American Indian community.

Several protesters gathered Friday outside the garden, which is still under construction. Signs posted on the chain-link fence read: “Not Your Story” and “Hate Crime.”

“It’s five generations ago, and really we have to realize that 1862 was not that long ago,” said Sasha Houston Brown, who is Dakota. “I think it should publicly be taken down so we can see it come down. It’s really traumatizing for our people to look at that and have it just appear without any warning or idea that they were doing this. And it’s not art to us.”


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