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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Breakthrough with Tony Robbins

Real World XXIV: New Orleans › Full Episodes Ep. 5 Abused & Confused

Fight ends with 1 arrested in Port Richmond

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - A fight in Port Richmond ended with one man struck by a two-by-four and the other arrested on felony charges Monday night, police allege.

Cops say Victor Gonzalez, 30, of the 300 block of Heberton Avenue, attacked another man just down the block from his home at about 10 p.m.

The victim suffered a cut to his head, police said. Police say the incident is not related to a series of possible hate crimes in the area.

Gonzalez is charged with second- and third-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, third-degree attempted assault and second-degree harassment.

Mariners Harbor man accused of performing sex act in front of 4-year-old

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A Mariners Harbor man is accused of performing a sex act in the same room as the 4-year-old daughter of a family friend.
Faustinus Onyekaonwu, 24, who goes by the nicknames “Uncle Friend” and “Friday,” was arrested Tuesday and charged with misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child in connection with the June incident.
According to authorities, Onyekaonwu, who lives on Holland Avenue, was taking care of the little girl on June 7, and when the child’s mother returned home, she found evidence of the sex act on the girl’s clothing.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

police & mexcians vs da blacks

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. ---  The massive NYPD presence in Port Richmond yesterday said it all: Enough is enough.

In the wake of yet another possible bias crime on Staten Island over the weekend, police last night blanketed Port Richmond in a push to stop a series of assaults and robberies that has left the borough's Mexican community shaken.
nypdcars.jpgNearly 30 police cars from precincts in Manhattan and Brooklyn line up on Park Place from Richmond Terrace to Ann Street in Port Richmond.

The NYPD deployed a task force in Port Richmond that includes a 24-hour command post at Port Richmond and Castleton avenues, two of the department's NYPD's three-story collapsible Sky Watch towers -- one at the corner of Port Richmond Avenue and Richmond Terrace, the other at the corner of Port Richmond and Harrison avenues -- a phalanx of patrol cars, officers and detectives, said NYPD Deputy Inspector Kim Royster.

The police deployment came as public outrage over the attacks reached a fevered pitch.

The Consul General of Mexico in New York decried the attacks and stated it would "act decisively... in order to protect our citizens."

"I'm so thankful the police department has deployed additional resources to ensure the community of Port Richmond has maximum protection," said City Councilwoman Debi Rose, who has been in constant contact with the police following the attacks.

Deputy Inspector Royster said the heightened police presence includes:

¤20 "critical response vehicles," marked patrol cars that roll in a caravan to an emergency response;

¤Additional plainclothes and uniformed officers;

¤Directed patrols in certain areas, as well as helicopter sweeps;

¤Officers and investigators from the Hate Crime Task Force and the Community Affairs division.

Detectives will be interviewing bus drivers along various bus routes in the Port Richmond area, in the hopes they might have information about the attacks, Deputy Inspector Royster said.

She added, "The NYPD is not an immigration agency, and we want victims of this particular crime and any crime to come forward."


Yesterday, Ms. Rose (D-North Shore) announced a bilingual website designed to make Mexican immigrants on Staten Island feel safe and part of the borough's diverse fabric.

Yesterday afternoon, members of the Guardian Angels arrived in the community to begin patrols.

Clad in their trademark red berets and jackets, the Angels, including founder and radio talk show host Curtis Sliwa, began walking around the community, mingling with residents and businesses and handing out fliers advertising their presence.

Sliwa said many crime victims don't come forward -- because people are afraid.

"They think they can wolfpack [the people] and nothing will happen to them and so far they are right. So its gotta be nipped in the bud," he said.

Sliwa said since the Guardian Angels have a presence in Mexico, it is very possible the victim could reach out to a relative in Mexico who in turn could reach out to the Guardian Angels.

"It's been very successful for us in Los Angeles and I think it may be successful for us in Staten Island," he said.

As Sliwa and the crew headed up bustling Port Richmond Avenue, where they pasted and handed out posters, they were greeted by handshakes and smiles, and many were simply happy to see a deterring presence.

"I will feel safer with them here. I hear about all the crimes going on and I don't like it," said Joshua Gonzalez, 16, of Port Richmond.

Freddie Santana, 62, of the South Bronx, who runs a convenience store on Port Richmond Avenue, agreed. "I am so happy. I recognized him [Sliwa] and I said, 'It's about time.' We are getting some real response to the problem. These people really have been beaten down..."


The latest incident took place in Meiers Corners, at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the latest attack, though police yesterday said it was too soon to label it a bias crime.
According to the NYPD, the victim, a 32-year-old Hispanic male walking to a bus stop was attacked in front of 281 Brielle Ave., after he got into a dispute with a white male.

What they were arguing about wasn't clear last night, but the attacker beat his 32-year-old victim with a baseball bat.

The victim's injuries were not considered life-threatening but he needed to be taken to a hospital for stitches.

The attack appears to be the latest in a string of 10 attacks on Mexican immigrants on the Island since April. Most of those incidents have taken place in Port Richmond, which is home to a growing Mexican population, and in the majority of the cases, the attackers were identified as black men.

The attacks spurred Ms. Rose (D-North Shore) to create the website, which has drawn international attention.

Standing with the Consul General of Mexico in New York Ruben Beltran, civic leaders and clergy at a press conference in Port Richmond, Ms. Rose said the website aims to give members of the borough's immigrant Mexican community and others a safe place to report bias attacks. She also said the website will attempt to create "unity" and offer information about community events.

Ms. Rose said the message to "victims of hate crimes is that they have nothing to fear ... regardless of their residence status."

Beltran said that while Mexican immigrants may arrive here with little luggage and "maybe not a visa," they "always travel with their human and civil rights."

"These cowardly attacks will cease," said Beltran. "Today we say, 'Enough is enough' ... We will not tolerate intolerance."

Beltran said he will post consulate personnel on the Island to help address the attacks. Yesterday, he said they will be hosted by the Rev. Troia and remain "as long as needed."

Beltran cautioned that while "there is no silver bullet to get everything to cease ... we are on our toes."

He said attacks on Mexicans living here are the result of "ignorance" and "intolerance."

"We will no longer react to hate, we will be proactive," said Assemblyman Matthew Titone (D-North Shore), who called perpetrators of such attacks "monsters."

In a written statement yesterday, Rep. Michael McMahon said in part, "The string of hate crimes plaguing Staten Island (is) reprehensible and we will not tolerate it. "

Authorities have made arrests in a few of the cases so far. Four suspects have been indicted, though not for hate crime offenses, on charges they robbed Rodulfo Olmedo, a 25-year-old Mexican baker, beating him so badly that his skull was cracked.

And authorities have secured convictions against two suspects, a man and a woman, in connection with the muggings of two Mexican men in April. A grand jury did not indict on hate crime charges in either case. The man, Anthony Jones, 21, got a six-year prison sentence for the robberies, while the woman, Waheeda Sadick, 20 received five years probation.

Meanwhile, Ms. Rose said she doesn't want residents of the North Shore "to give up hope."

"We recognize the problem," said Ms. Rose. "We are working to make sure everyone is safe in our community. The North Shore is still the best place to live. We have hit a bump in the road, but we will work this out so we can continue to celebrate our diversity."

--- With Judy L. Randall and Kiawana Rich

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch › Full Episodes Ep. 103, Viva Las Ocho!

London Andrews Of Texas (*Warning* Must Be 18yrs Or Older To View) [Plus Size Model Edition]

Rihanna Was Picked For Her Song With Eminem Because Of Her ABUSIVE Relationship With Chris Brown


OUCH - Terrell Owens' Publicist Says That TO Is Ashamed To Be Seen In Public With A Black Woman


Big Meech’s Mother Speaks On Rick Ross “BMF” on Atlanta Radio


Rick Ross Responds To Jordan’s Comments About Lebron James



this is the funniest kids flyer ever


Mansory Rolls Royce White Ghost Edition Pictures

Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost White Edition.



Video Chris and Neef interview on BatCave Radio

Batcave Radio interview with Chris and Neef
Video Chris and Neef interview on BatCave Radio …they speak on their new mixtape, the roc break up , state property , and their new mixtape … also peep their new song – “Dat Tree” – ft. Curren$y – salutes NahRight 4 the audio

Rosa Acosta Naked Show Magazine pictures

Rosa Acosta Naked Show Magazine pictures.

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blacks vs Mexicans on Staten island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. ---  The Consulate of Mexico last night “strongly condemned” the latest assault of a Mexican immigrant in Port Richmond and expressed “profound concern for the recent surge” in attacks on Mexican immigrants on Staten Island.

“We will act decisively in order to protect our citizens and will actively promote that those guilty of these vicious attacks are brought to justice expeditiously. We are working hand-in-hand with local authorities on all levels,” said the Consul General of Mexico in New York, Rubén Beltrán in a statement emailed to an Advance reporter. 
“In response to the escalating violence against Mexicans in Port Richmond, Staten Island, the Consulate General of Mexico in New York is posting personnel that will remain in the borough until further notice. This, in order to safeguard their rights and effectively assist and provide information to the Mexican residents of this area,” Beltrán wrote. 

ruben.jpgRuben Beltran, the counsel general of Mexico, condemned the latest spate of alleged Staten Island bias crimes. Back in April, Beltran appeared with Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Borough President James P. Molinaro in the aftermath of several other incidents that occurred at the time.

The Mexican diplomat also called upon local authorities to “conduct a thorough investigation” of the alleged hate-crime cases. He also offered “extensive cooperation and all the necessary support to ensure that justice is served.” Beltran could not be reached for additional comment.

Yesterday, the victim in the most recent attack, a 40-year-old Mexican immigrant whose name is being withheld by the Advance, was back in his Mariners Harbor home, recovering after a group of men swung a scooter at his head, breaking his jaw Friday afternoon.

“They hit him from the back,” said the victim’s brother. “He can’t eat nothing, only liquids, soup.”

The victim — a construction worker who has lived in the U.S. for the past 20 years
— was on his way to a deli after playing soccer at Faber Park when police say he was assaulted by five black men yelling racial epithets.

“They don’t like us because we are Mexican,” the victim’s brother told the Advance yesterday.
As police continued to investigate that possible hate crime in Port Richmond, authorities have closed the book on two earlier robberies initially thought to be bias incidents.
Authorities yesterday said two suspects, Anthony Jones, 21, and Waheeda Sadick, 20, both of Ann Street in Port Richmond, have been convicted on robbery charges for the violent muggings of two Mexican immigrants on April 23 and April 26.

Jones pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery in exchange for six years behind bars, while Ms. Sadick pleaded to third-degree robbery in exchange for five years of probation, said William J. Smith, a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan.

Though prosecutors had asked the grand jury to consider hate crime charges in both incidents, jurors voted not to include those charges in the indictment.

“The D.A. has said before in public, these cases are very difficult to prosecute because in addition to proving motive, you have to prove what’s in someone’s heart,” Smith said.

The muggings, both of which took place in the Port Richmond area, were investigated by the NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force as part of a string of attacks and robberies committed by black youths on Mexican immigrant victims.

In the two attacks from April, Ms. Sadick, who is described as Asian-Pacific, struck up conversations with the two victims, distracting them long enough so Jones, who is black, could rob them, according to authorities.

Both victims recalled Jones and Ms. Sadick shouting anti-Mexican slurs at them, a law enforcement source said.

In the April 23 case, the duo took a wallet while Jones assaulted the victim, according to an indictment against the two.

In the April 26 case, the duo set upon the victim as he walked along Castleton Avenue near Port Richmond Avenue in the early morning hours. Jones wielded a baseball bat, and attacked the man, and the two ran off with a wallet and a cell phone.

Police tracked down Ms. Sadick on May 10, and Jones on May 13. Both were indicted a week later, and both pleaded guilty earlier this month.

“I think people are very grateful that the convictions occurred,” said the Rev. Terry Troia of the non-profit Project Hospitality. “That took two people off the street that committed these crimes.”

So far this year, the NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force has investigated more than twice as many incidents as possible bias crimes compared to the same time frame last year. Many of the recent cases have centered around the Port Richmond neighborhood, which is home to a growing Mexican population.

Earlier this month, Fernando Mateo, president of Hispanics Across America, offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to arrests and convictions in a half dozen separate bias incidents since this past April.

you are not the father

her future looking real good


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Monday, July 26, 2010

Entourage Season 7 Episode 4

ever wonder why the pole smelled like doo doo

THEY'D BE CUTE IF____________________

ghetto ac

is this your gay Puerto Rican son

Possible new twist in Staten Island fire murder-suicide

 Leisa Jones
A photo of mother Leisa Jones taken on November 21, 1998.
STATEN ISLAND, NY--A potential new twist has arisen in the shocking Port Richmond murder-suicide fire that killed a family last week.

Thus far authorities have been focusing their investigation on the family's oldest son, 14-year old C.J. Romoy. But the New York Post is reporting that the handwriting appearing in fragmented note discovered in the charred aftermath, showing the scrawled words "am sorry," more closely fits handwriting by his mother, Leisa Jones.

The report says a police source close to the investigation indicated as much, but in a call made to police spokesmen this morning by the Advance, officials said they would not confirm the new development and that the investigation was ongoing.

Meanwhile, the father of the teenager--who had recently been in trouble for setting fires elsewhere--told the Post his son couldn't have committed the crime.

"If anybody could've done it, it would've been the mother because of her temper," Earlston Raymond told the paper from his home in Jamaica.

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