NC Man Larry Downey ID’d As Pedestrian In Monday Night Laurel Fatal MD Vehicle Strike

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD. (THECOUNT) — Larry Thomas Downey, of Oxford, North Carolina, has been identified as the pedestrian in a Monday night fatal Prince George’s County vehicle strike.

Downey, 59, was killed after he was struck by a vehicle near South Laurel Monday night.

According to reports, Downey was on-foot in the area of U.S. 1 near Cypress Street in South Laurel, when he was struck by a Hyundai Santa operated by 26-year-old Jason Iloh of Laurel around 9 p.m. Monday.

Downey was pronounced dead of blunt force trauma injuries while being transported to an area hospital.

It is unclear if anyone was cited at the scene.

The cause of the deadly incident remains under investigation.


Geo quick facts: Prince George’s County is located in the U.S. state of Maryland, bordering the eastern portion of Washington, D.C. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 863,420, making it the second-most populous county in Maryland, behind Montgomery County. Its county seat is Upper Marlboro – Wikipedia.

Who Is Itai Ozderman? And Did The Washington Post Employee IMPERSONATE An ICE AGENT?

Itai Ozderman, is the Washington Post employee who has been accused of impersonating an ICE agent in Virginia, police say. The Maryland man works in information technology at the Post.

Ozderman, 35, was arrested by Montgomery County Police in February. He was charged with falsely acting as an Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agent, who at one point, went on ‘patrol’ while donning a bulletproof vest displaying an ICE placard & a Baltimore County Police Badge.

Ozderman, of Gaithersburg, impersonated an ICE agent on more than one occasion in the Falls Church area, according to police sources and court documents obtained by WJLA. Though court records show Ozderman is facing state charges in Maryland, the FBI was also involved in the arrest and it is not clear if he could also be charged in federal court. Continue reading

ANOTHER WH Fence Jumper!

Another man has been taken into custody after jumping the White House fence. The Secret Service successfully took him down and led him away struggling, but not before he struck a police dog.

The incident resulted in a White House lockdown.

white house intruder

Recently, another White House intruder actually made it through the front door and was identified as Omar J. Gonzalez, (pictured left,) of California. Continue reading

Huffpo Ferguson Reporter Mistakes EARPLUGS For Rubber Bullets

Huffington Post justice reporter Ryan Reilly, the journalist who was arrested at a Ferguson, Missouri McDonalds for not complying with police, tweeted, what he believed would be a groundbreaking scoop on Twitter, depicting rubber bullets.. There was just one little problem, they were earplugs..

Ryan J. Reilly rubber bullets earplugs

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Secret Service Abandoned WH Detail To Tend To Dosmestic Dispute

Members of an elite Secret Service special unit responsible for keeping the president safe, patrolling the White House grounds, were pulled off that assignment over at least two months in 2011 to protect the assistant of the agency’s director while she was engaged in a dispute with a neighbor, reports in The Washington Post.


Agents bailed their post to attending to a matter concerning Secret Service director, Mark Sullivan, who was convinced that his assistant was being harassed by her neighbor.

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GOVT Plugged Directly Into U.S. Internet Companies

The National Security Agency and the FBI are tapping directly into the central servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies, extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs that enable analysts to track a person’s movements and contacts over time, reports The WashingtonPost..

The highly classified program, code-named PRISM, has not been disclosed publicly before. Its establishment in 2007 and six years of exponential growth took place beneath the surface of a roiling debate over the boundaries of surveillance and privacy. Even late last year, when critics of the foreign intelligence statute argued for changes, the only members of Congress who know about PRISM were bound by oaths of office to hold their tongues.


Jackie Chan Joins Anti American Club

I’ve always pictured Jackie Chan has a cheery kinda chap, but as it turns out the Rush-Hour star is quite the political slash actor type, which by the way, you guys should know by now I absolutely hate.


The ever trusty Washington Post reports on our comedian friend from the east,

Americans know Jackie Chan best for his cheery, acrobatic performances in action movies such as “Rumble in the Bronx” and “Rush Hour,” made successful by his amazing martial artistry and self-effacing comedy. Chinese know Chan, a Hong Kong native, for largely the same reasons. But they also know him for something most Americans might find surprising: He is passionately political, a staunch defender of the Chinese Communist Party and harsh critic of anyone he sees as opposing Beijing. Today, that includes the United States.

I guess it’s okay these days for actors to come to America from other countries while trashing US in some political way. Is it just me or is that wrong?

Now take a peek at what Chan said in the entire interview! Including calling America
the most corrupt country in the world.” Absolutely shocking.

Host: America.

Chan: The most corrupt in the world.

Host: Really?

Chan: Of course. Where does this Great Breakdown [financial crisis] come from? It started exactly from the world, the United States. When I was interviewed in the U.S., people asked me, I said the same thing. I said now that China has become strong, everyone is making an issue of China. If our own countrymen don’t support our country, who will support our country? We know our country has many problems. We [can] talk about it when the door is closed. To outsiders, [we should say] “our country is the best.”

Host: So he can’t get enough of his more than 20 ambassador titles. I think the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should ask him to be the ambassador to the United States.

Chan: Seriously, I am always like, when the door is closed, “Our country is like this and this. Who and who is not good.” But outside, “Our country is the best, like so and so, is the best.” You cannot say our country has problems [when you are outside], like “Yes, our country is bad.”

This interview is probably not so surprising to Chinese viewers. Chan has been stirring controversy for a few years now for criticizing Taiwan and Hong Kong as models of what can go wrong when you have “too much freedom.” He once said, in defending China’s censorship of his films, “Chinese people need to be controlled, otherwise they will do whatever they want.” So, in some ways, it was probably only a matter of time until he set his sights on the United States. Given that he called Taiwanese democracy “the biggest joke in the world,” it’s surprising his criticism of the U.S., which is commonly viewed as either Taipei’s sponsor or its puppet-master, wasn’t harsher.

I’ll be right back, I think I have a few movies in my Netflix queue to remove…