November 5, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Hate Crime-General

HOBOKEN, [NJ]--The Hoboken Police Department in New Jersey said Sunday it was investigating as a possible bias crime flyers that feature a photo of a Sikh mayoral candidate wearing a turban and the message “Don’t let TERRORISM take over our Town!” The leaflets, distributed days before Tuesday’s upcoming election, display a picture of Councilman Ravi Bhalla, who is running for mayor, with the caption about terrorism above his head. The literature goes on to allege “a potential conflict of interest” involving Bhalla and his position on the City Council. Bhalla called the flyers troubling in a statement provided by his campaign. View More>>  

November 5, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

ORANGEVILLE, [CA]--Members of an Orangevale synagogue discovered Saturday morning that someone had pasted anti-Semitic posters on the building sometime overnight, and have reported the vandalism to the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department and the FBI. Rabbi Alan Rabishaw of Temple Or Rishon said about 10 to 15 hate posters were found at the temple about 8 a.m. Saturday and that he believes they were left overnight. “We walked into the temple and they were found around our campus, on the outside window, the doorways, spread around our campus,” he said. “They were filled with anti-Semitic hate.”’ Rabishaw said the sheriff’s department and FBI were notified and that “we definitely h  

November 5, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

NOLENSVILLE, [TN]--A man accused in a nationwide mortgage scheme has been indicted, along with his mother, his sister and her husband. Authorities have been tracking the trail of paperwork havoc in the wake of Leighton Ward, a man accused of being a sovereign citizen who ensnared people in a scheme to convince them that their mortgages were fraudulent and they should pay him to help get out of their signed agreements. Brad Qualls was first approached by Ward in 2016, claiming that Qualls and his family were trespassing in their own home in Nolensville. Qualls said Ward informed him that their mortgage was wrongfully sold to them and had the paperwork to prove it. Investigators across the cou