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President Trump Announces Elite Pedophile Ring Investigation
Posted on February 24, 2017 by Baxter Dmitry
President Trump has announced a federal investigation into the Pizzagate elite pedophile scandal involving human trafficking on Tuesday and promised to help put an end to the “horrific, really horrific crimes taking place.”
The president held a short, dramatic press conference after meeting with human trafficking experts to announce that he will direct “the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies” to devote more resources and personnel to the investigation.
Appearing at the press conference for less than two minutes, President Trump said that the issue has been on the radar of federal government “for some time” but since taking office in January the investigation has become “much more focused.”
“It has been much more focused over the last four weeks, I can tell you that.”
By: Jay Greenberg |@NeonNettle on 16th March 2017 @ 10.13am
US Senator Ralph Shortey is facing multiple pedophilia and child sex trafficking charges after he was arrested in a motel room where he had taken a young boy for sex. Shortey served as a Republican member of the Oklahoma Senate but has now been stripped of all his assignments and privileges by the Senate following the news of his arrest. During the arrest, Shortey tried to convince police that he was just “hanging out with a friend”, but after seizing his smartphone, evidence was found of him texting children and offering them money in return for “sexual stuff”. The father of the unidentified young boy had called the police after being worried about his son’s welfare and a senior Moore Police Department officer, Master Sgt. J. White, was dispatched to a Super 8 in Moore after receiving complaints of Marijuana smoke coming from the motel room, where Shortey was discovered with the minor, according to the police report.
1000 Muslim Men Stone 17 Year Old Virgin To Death (Caution Very Graphic)
Posted By: Allan Smith March 12, 2017
The killing of Du’a Khalil Aswad is shown here. Up to 1000 men from the Yezidi Kurdish community of Mosul killed a teenager who’s only crime was running away to marry a Muslim man whom she loved and for possibly converting to his religion.For four months the girl had been given shelter by a local Muslim Sheik. It was reported that in the last few days her family persuaded her to return home, convincing her that she had been forgiven by her parents and relatives for her mistake.In a short mobile video clip which appears to have been taken by locals, the girl is seen being ambushed on her way home by a group of up to 1000 men who were waiting for her to return; the men killed her in the most brutal way possible, by throwing large stones on her head. The following clips show that while she is alive and crying for help she is taunted and kicked in her stomach until someone finishes her off by throwing a large stone on her face.
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RT – 360° ghost town: Streets of Christian Iraqi town in ruins & empty (VIDEO)
Published time: 15 Mar, 2017
The destruction and desolation of what was once the busy Christian Iraqi town of Qaraqosh near Mosul has been captured by a Ruptly camera crew. The 360° video gives you the opportunity to walk its haunting, rubble-strewn streets.
The town was seized by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in 2014 and liberated in the ongoing counter-terrorism campaign. Qaraqosh is now largely in ruins, with many of the houses recently destroyed in coalition airstrikes.
RT – Syrian war: 6 years of bloodshed (TIMELINE)
Published time: 15 Mar, 2017 10:35
riday marks the anniversary of the war in Syria, arguably one of the most complex armed conflicts of our time, where the interests of nuclear superpowers and regional players, religious sects and shady businesses clash in a horrific bloodbath.
The UN’s special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, estimated in August 2016 that the conflict had claimed at least 400,000 lives. But establishing an accurate figure for the casualties is virtually impossible now.
READ MORE: ‘Beyond worst nightmares:’ RT correspondent’s 5 years of Syrian war
RT takes a look at key events of the six-year conflict, the ripples of which have spread far from the Middle-Eastern country and with an end to the violence nowhere in sight.