Friday, June 24, 2011

Move Along Folks, Nothing to See Here

A spate of late-night assaults and robberies near downtown has Denver police asking the community to be cautious and on the lookout. 
Seven of the eight attacks in the past 10 weeks happened near the intersection of Lawrence Street and Park Avenue West in the evening or early morning. One attack took place 17th and Champa streets. 
A majority of the targets were transients or were intoxicated when they were attacked, according to Denver Police Department spokesman Sonny Jackson.

I'm kind of surprised the city is willing to admit this. City Hall has a long history of downplaying/covering up crime problems in and around downtown Denver out of fear of scaring away visitors with money. What is now called "Park Avenue West" was renamed that years ago when it earned such a horrible reputation by its original name, "23rd Street." The intersection of Park Avenue West and Lawrence street has a homeless shelter and a ton of heroin and alcohol addicts. It's in the part of the city called Five Points, and anyone familiar with Five Points knows its long history with black gangs, notably the Crips.

First we had the racially-motivated attack spree against whites by gang members as initiation (with some 32 arrests), now it looks as if it could be the same thing yet again, just with a different way of attacking. Key parts of this article point to the Denver Police talking through their rectal cavities with their insistence that these attacks aren't racial like last time. You have to read halfway down the page before the races of the victims and attackers are mentioned:

While in every instance the victims were white men and the attacker or attackers black men, police do not believe the crimes to be racially motivated. 
In only one instance did an attacker utter a racial epithet, Jackson said. 
In November 2009, police rounded up 33 black men and teenagers who were sucker punching white and Latino men in the LoDo entertainment district and video taping the attacks as rites of passage.
Police conducted a months-long undercover investigation into the racially motivated assaults and robberies, but drew some criticism for not notifying the public sooner. 
In those cases, the attackers travelled in groups of four or five, used racist slang and professed gang ties. 
Police don't believe these are the same types of assaults. 
"There's nothing to indicate that," Jackson said. "The majority of these are solo individuals."

That's right -- it's always black-on-white but it's not racially-motivated. Amazing how often that comes out. A few years ago a couple blacks kept kidnapping white women in predominantly white southeast Denver, hogtying them, and emptying their ATM cards. Clearly these women were chosen in part because of their race, and in part because of their gender. Charges related to either? Nope, not that the police ever caught them anyway.

With all the homeless blacks around Park Avenue West and Lawrence, we're told that these attacks of blacks singling out whites isn't racial? Denver Police, who the hell do you think you're fooling?

The black-on-white predatorialism in this city is astounding. If whites were doing this to blacks, blacks would be up in arms about it; whites should be no different.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Upward Mobility, Denver Style

I'd like to dedicate this song to one of my neighbors. He's graduated to cocaine from marijuana. Congrats, dude, on your promotion! P.S. Everyone can see those two fat bitches handing you the clear baggies with white powder in them. Might want to consider a better approach, MORON.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Rocky Flats: The Blessing that Gives and Gives

I have previously blogged about the government PR campaign to gloss over Superfund sites by converting them to so-called wildlife refuges (complete with restocking of animals if needed) as a way of promoting the idea to the public that the area is clean enough and nobody need worry, in spite of widespread contamination, including, literally, radioactive snow and spikes in brain cancers near the plant. See my Denver Real Estate Buying Guide to get an idea of the extent of surface radioactive contamination from Rocky Flats.

The dirt about Rocky Flats keeps coming out, with zero interest by local Denver media. The former FBI agent himself who led the 1989 FBI raid (Jon Lipsky) into Rocky Flats has spoken up about the bipartisan political maneuverings and coverup of what happened at that plant. One important thing that Lipsky's DOJ superiors willfully ignored was the existence of documentary and physical evidence of criticality accidents in Rocky Flats. Criticalities are where out-of-control nuclear chain reactions occur, such as in nuclear explosions or nuclear accidents, which is the only explanation for above-background levels of strontium90 and cesium137 in and around Rocky Flats. These two elements only occur in nuclear criticalities.

Agent Lipsky was given several binders of documentary evidence of critcality accidents by a Rocky Flats worker that stepped forward which he forwarded to his superiors. They took the binders and told him they weren't interested. From there, the documents disappeared into the memory hole and were never heard about again.

A short snippet of Lipsky speaking about being given evidence of criticality accidents at Rocky Flats:

The entirety of Lipsky's interview is also available. Part 1 of 5 of Agent Lipsky's talk begins here.