Suit Filed By Family Of Mentally Ill Man Shot Dead By Paterson Police

Originally posted on CBS New York:

PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The family of a 39-year-old mentally ill man has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Paterson, nearly two years after the man was shot and killed by a Paterson police officer.

Saulo Del Rosario was killed in September 2012. Authorities said at the time that Del Rosario was waving a hammer and had moved toward the police.

The lawsuit said Del Rosario’s family was worried that he had not taken medication for seizures and called the police when he refused to come out of his bedroom.

The family alleged that the department used excessive and unnecessary force in shooting Del Rosario. His death has caused the family to suffer emotional anxiety and distress, according to the lawsuit filed Tuesday.

The family is seeking $10 million in damages.

Several individual police officers were named as defendants in the lawsuit as well.

The suit claims…

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Hackensack Police Warn Residents After 3 Random, Possibly ‘Knockout’ Attacks

Originally posted on CBS New York:

HACKENSACK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Police in Hackensack are warning residents about three random attacks that could be tied to the so-called “knockout game.”

Police said a man randomly approached three men and punched them Monday night, 1010 WINS reported.

The attacks took place on Essex Street, Summit Avenue and Beech Street within 15 minutes of each other, 1010 WINS reported. Police said it looks like the attacker was acting alone.

The victims were two men in their 50s and another man in his 20s. None of them were seriously hurt.

Residents were concerned after hearing about the attacks.

“That’s not good, I don’t like that,” said Hackensack resident Gary Brown, who lives with his sister and her four young children. “If you do go out at night take somebody with you, have somebody with you, if you’re a girl have your brother or your uncle or somebody walk with you…

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New Jersey Fusion Center: Potential Threats to Government Officials in New Jersey

Originally posted on The Grey Enigma:

(U//FOUO) The FBI San Antonio Division recently reported that groups of young individuals in Texas, and possibly other states, were attempting to elicit information regarding residences of firefighters, military personnel, police officers, etc. The subjects knocked on neighborhood doors, telling residents they worked for an organization that helps young people with public speaking by sending them out to contact random people at their homes and ask about their professions. The youths reportedly received points based on the professions they located, with the potential of winning a college scholarship and a large sum of money. Police officer had the highest point value.

(U//FOUO) The individuals had cards indicating that constitutional law permitted this activity, they were not required to show any identification (they did not carry state-issued identification), and they could not be restricted from their duties by state or local officials. This is consistent with sovereign citizen terminology.

New Jersey…

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Police station riddled with bullets in drive-by shooting

Originally posted on New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV:

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WEST DEPTFORD, NJ (PIX11) — Seven bullets were fired at police station in New Jersey early this morning.

The rounds were fired during a drive-by shooting just after 4 a.m., according the South Jersey Times.

An officer who was inside the West Deptford Township police station in Gloucester County heard the gunfire and witness five bullet holes in the front door of the station house.  One bullet went through the window of a deputy chief.

Police are looking at surveillance video which shows a black car circling twice.  The police station is located in a building which also houses the town’s municipal offices.

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Insane New Jersey Gun Laws Mean This Single Mom Could Go Away For 11 Years

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:


Shaneen Allen is a gainfully employed nurse, single mother, and is lawfully licensed to carry a gun in her home town of Philadelphia. However, when she traveled through New Jersey and got pulled over for a traffic violation she ended up in a position where she could face 11 years in prison at worst and 3 years at best. Possession of an unlicensed gun in New Jersey carries with it a mandatory three year jail sentence.

All this is despite the fact that Allen readily owned up to having the gun in her car when the officer stopped her and all this apparently being a misunderstanding on her part since she didn’t know the license didn’t apply in Jersey (though she should have). Here’s what my9NJ reported:

Allen was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of hallow-point bullets which were in the gun. Under New Jersey gun laws, the…

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Support US Marine Mario Alejandro!

Originally posted on Hammerhead Combat Systems:


For those who do not think BAD LEADERSHIP in Washington does not roll down hill and effectively corrode American values,  I give you the recent story of US Marine Mario Alejandro, who was recently  denied entry to Six Flags in New Jersey until he changed his Patriotic T-Shirt. To me, this is not only a symptom on the anti-American spirit cultivated by the liberals and the current Obama Administration, but also of the “Gun Phobia” that has taken hold in America in the past few years.

As CO’s, we have a responsibility to support Mr. Alejandro and ALL Armed Forces Veterans and to raise awareness of this silly injustice. Below are the links how you can do that. I also recommend that every CO send an email to Six Flags Corporate and let them know that until Six Flags changes their policies regarding Patriotic Shirts with Firearms on them, Six Flags…

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Originally posted on Christian Patriots:


A new report released by New Jersey authorities shows that taxpayers are being socked with a $6.5 million legal bill in part for Gov. Chris Christie’s (R) defense over allegations of political corruption in what came to be known as the “Bridgegate” probe.

The New Jersey state attorney general released the documents on Friday, revealing the fees from Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, the firm Gov. Christie retained for his defense against charges of political corruption for thetemporary shutting down of the George Washington Bridge near Fort Lee, New Jersey in September of 2013.

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