July 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

OAKLAND, [CA]--The grueling task of determining what sparked a massive construction fire in Oakland is now underway. More than 20 federal fire investigators are looking into the cause of the fire that broke out early Friday morning on Valdez Street. The blaze forced hundreds of people to leave their homes and businesses. One man is calling this fire a war on housing. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) investigators still haven’t been able to safely enter the structure since the fire started Friday. They have yet to determine what caused the fire. But nearby developers are convinced it’s arson and they aren’t wasting no time protecting their own construction sites  

July 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

BIXBY, [OK]--Prosecutors say a 28-year-old man facing federal charges in a pipe bomb explosion outside an Air Force recruiting center in Oklahoma left that branch of the military when he couldn't complete the training required to become a certified electrician. Authorities offered a first glimpse Wednesday of what they believe might have driven Benjamin Don Roden to plant the bomb late Monday at the recruiting center in suburban Tulsa. Roden made his first appearance in federal court Wednesday, acknowledging before U.S. Magistrate Judge Frank H. McCarthy that he understood the charges against him, which include using an explosive to commit a felony. Roden will remain in custody at least unti  

July 11, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Animal Rights Extremism

LIVINGSTON PARISH, [LA]--A woman who rescues horses is facing felony charges in Livingston Parish. A Sheriff's Department spokesperson says she used his name and uniformed officers to bully a man into handing over his horses. Alysia Maloney has a way with horses. The former equestrian says she now spends most of her free time rescuing horses. “I get calls all the time with people wanting to surrender horses,” said Maloney. Maloney says on Tuesday, June 6, a man in Maurepas surrendered three of his horses to her. One of them, a mare named Baby, she says was in danger of dying. She showed a picture she said she took of it when she visited the property last week. According to the police re  

July 6, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Media Interviews

UNITED STATES, [US]--Public traded companies don’t typically need to issue statements saying that they do not support terrorism. But Facebook is no ordinary company; its sheer scale means it is credited as a force capable of swaying elections, commerce, and, yes, violent radicalization. In June, the social network published an article outlining its counterterrorism policy, stating unequivocally that “There’s no place on Facebook for terrorism.” Bad news for foreign plotters and jihadis, maybe, but what about Americans who want violence in America? In its post, Facebook said it will use a combination of artificial intelligence-enabled scanning and “human expertise” to “keep terr  

July 5, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

GETTYSBURG, [PA]--One man was wounded after he shot himself in the leg when his revolver accidentally discharged during a free speech rally held at Gettysburg National Military Park on Saturday. Some protesters went to the battlefield in anticipation that anarchists were planning to burn Confederate flags at the site during the battle anniversary . Those protests did not materialize. Officials in Gettysburg are bracing for protests this weekend coinciding with the 154th anniversary of the Civil War battle. The Sons of Confederate Veterans and a group called Real 3% Risen have received special use permits for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday in a special section north of Meade’s Headquarters. Of