Northville, Detroit doctor, Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, was charged on Thursday with performing secret (and illegal,) female genital mutilation on little girls as young a 6 years old. Muslims from across the world have the disgusting procedure performed on their daughters to reduce sexual pleasure and promiscuity.
According to documents filed in federal court, Dr. Jumana Nagarwala performed the procedure on young girls between the ages of 6 and 8 years old. A doctor in Minnesota enlisted to help investigate the crime performed an examination on the girl pursuant to a search warrant. The doctor said the girl’s genitals were not normal and observed scar tissue and healing lacerations.
The federal document claims that children from other states were brought to Dr. Nagarwala to undergo the operations. Two victims from Minnesota stayed at a hotel in Farmington Hills in February. One of the girls is 11 years old and told authorities that they came to the Detroit area for a ‘special’ girls trip, and when they arrived at the hotel she and the other young girl had to go to the doctor because ‘their tummies hurt’. Continue reading
Police believe they have identified a man sought for his participation in a disturbing video of a possible hate crime in Detroit. Steven Drake Edwards was depicted on video pulling a gun on a 23-year-old man as he left a Detroit liquor store because he believed the man was gay.
Cops say Edwards is on the run and are now asking the public’s to help in locating him. He is described as 6 foot five inches with braided dark brown hair and sporting a mustache and goatee.
Police say Edwards recorded the alleged hate crime from the passenger side from his parked red car and posted it on Twitter. Continue reading
Via The Salt Lake Tribune: Even as authorities are still advising residents in Flint, Mich., not to drink or bathe in the city’s tap water, leaving thousands to rely on bottled water to survive, some of the state’s prominent political voices think Flint’s water crisis may be exaggerated.
Foremost among them is Oakland County Republican Executive L. Brooks Patterson, who voiced skepticism about the severity of the crisis during an appearance before the Detroit Economic Club luncheon Tuesday, according to the Detroit Free Press.
“I don’t think we should say or use words anymore like ‘Flint’s been poisoned,’ ” Patterson told reporters. “Because I don’t think that’s accurate. I’ve been using words like ‘Flint’s been poisoned,’ and I won’t use that anymore because I think the jury is out,” he added. Continue reading
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has been summoned to testify in front of Congress over large amounts of lead found in the Flint water supply.
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Atissha, and researcher Marc Edwards, have also been ordered to testify.
“We trust our government to protect the health and safety of our communities, and this includes the promise of clean water to drink and clean air to breath. Continue reading
Nicole Curtis, star of reality show “Rehab Addict,” was robbed and the victim of an attempted carjack in Detroit. She was putting her 4-month-old child in her vehicle at the time of the crime, police said.
Curtis, who’s in town for the restoration of the historic Ransom Gillis mansion in Brush Park, was robbed in front of a downtown parking garage, police said.
“She was parked in front of the garage at Larned and Griswold when a black Trailblazer pulled up in front of her,” Detroit Police Officer Nicole Kirkwood said. Continue reading
If you purchased one of the following kinds of 5 ounce StarKist tuna between Feb. 19, 2009 and Oct. 31, 2014: Chunk Light Tuna in Water, Chunk Light Tuna in Oil, Solid White Tuna in Water, or Solid White Tuna in Oil, you are due $25 – $50 in cash or tuna, according to a new settlement.
A class action lawsuit that alleged StarKist under-filled some of its 5-ounce canned tuna products by several tenths of an ounce has been settled.
By federal law, 5-ounce cans of tuna must contain an average 2.84 to 3.23 ounce of tuna, depending on variety. Continue reading
Read the following and tell us, do you think cops are going to far? Or do you think it’s about time? Comment below!
Detroit police are aggressively trying to stop the sale of heroin in the city of Detroit for a second straight day.
Police say gas station owner Mike Ajami wasn’t actually selling drugs, they say he was selling drug set up kits with a glass pipe, steel wool and lighter rolled up in a brown bag for $5.
Demarcus Means was apprehended by U.S. Marshals over the death of Shelby County, AL., teenager Haleigh Green.
Means was caught on a Chicago bus station surveillance camera while traveling to Kansas, Stockton, CA., and then eventually Los Angeles where he was captured.
U.S. Marshals along with the Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force caught up with Means around noon central time in Los Angeles.
GM CEO Mary Barra was interviewed by federal investigators as part of the ignition switch recalls of last year.
Rand Paul, “I’ve been smeared by the press and singled out by the White House. Why? Because I dare to defend the 4th Amendment of the Constitution.”
Has the U.S. government gone too far with all their domestic spying?
Will you sign the “STOP SPYING ON INNOCENT AMERICANS NOW” Petition? Why you say? Rand has the answer,
Whereas: Today, our Fourth Amendment, which protects Americans from government search and seizure unless there is probable cause of a crime, is under assault like never before; and
Whereas: This country fought a revolution over issues like generalized warrants, where soldiers would go from house to house, searching anything they liked; and
Whereas: This is a defining moment for our country; and
Whereas: Our elected officials are not above the law and Congress MUST reassert our Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure;
Therefore: I thank Senator Paul for his filibuster and will stand with him to stop the NSA’s illegal domestic spying.