(Think Obama will address the nation on this one?)
A California man accused of murdering his mother told police that he sliced open her chest, removed her heart and then masturbated as “a release,” extremely disturbing court documents claim.
An unapologetic Omar Mark Pettigen, 31, said that the horrific act felt “good” upon his arrest just north of Oakland five days after the slaying, according to charging documents obtained by The Daily News.
His capture came after his father asking police to perform a welfare check at his ex-wife’s Fremont home on Sept. 29 after not hearing from her or their son from his home in New Mexico.
When officers arrived at the home, Nailah Pettigen, 64, “appeared to have been disemboweled” in her blood-soaked bedroom, police said.
(There is no way that islam’s view of women and general misanthropy did not contribute to this man’s actions)
A recent revelation by satirical cartoonist Atena Farghadani that she was forced to undergo a “virginity and pregnancy test,” prior to her trial for a charge of “illegitimate sexual relations” for shaking hands with her lawyer, has added another stain on Iran’s shameful record of violence against women, Amnesty International said today.
In a note written by Atena Farghadani leaked from prison, which has been seen by Amnesty International, she says the judicial authorities took her to a medical center outside the prison on August 12, 2015 and forced her to submit to the tests, purportedly with the purpose of investigating the charge against her.
“It is shocking that on top of imposing a ludicrous charge on Atena Farghadani for the ‘crime’ of shaking hands with her lawyer, the Iranian authorities have forced her to undergo a ‘virginity and pregnancy test’,” said Said Boumedouha, Deputy Director of Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Program.
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3. PEGIDA Dresden today
It came out that the names and photographs of the two main suspects of Ankara bombing had appeared on the list of 16 suicide bomber suspects given to police two months ago.
Yunus Emre Alagöz, elder brother of Suruç suicide bomber ?eyh Abdurrahman Alagöz from Ad?yaman community, and Mustafa Dokumac? stand at the centre of likely suspects with regards to the Ankara massacre.
While the bloody bomb attack in Turkish capital Ankara grabs attention with similarities to the previous suicide attacks in Diyarbak?r on June 5 and in Suruç on July 20, it came out that the names and photographs of both main suspects had appeared on the list of 16 suicide bomber suspects given to police two months ago.
This emerging truth brings into question if police directorate has still taken no action against these 16 people who had been sought on suspicion of future involvement in probable suicide attacks.
5. U.S. supplies Syrian rebels with 50 tons of ammo
ISIS ‘doctors’ are murdering patients in their care with poison injections if they suspect them to be anti-jihadist, the bereaved wife of one of their victims has revealed.
Parishan, 25, an escaped Yazidi slave, told MailOnline how her husband Nasser was murdered by twisted physicians who abandoned the Hippocratic Oaths to protect and heal people at the terror group’s command.
Murdering hospital patients in cold blood adds to the growing body of evidence of the terror group’s medieval depravity that includes brutal massacres, sick executions and wholesale sexual slavery.
ISIS, in their bid to build a Caliphate, or state, have often boated of their modern medical facilities and doctors. But Parishan’s harrowing story shows that behind the glossy propaganda videos of an Islamic State Health Service, fanatical killers lurk in white doctors’ coats.
9. Trump on Russia, Islamic State, Merkel’s utter insanity
Twenty asylum-seekers on Monday filed suit against Berlin’s main refugee registration centre for failing to register them promptly so they could get essential benefits including a roof over their heads, a court official said.
Local authorities have been struggling to cope with a record influx of refugees, and asylum seekers in Berlin have often had to wait days if not weeks to be registered at the centre, known as Lageso.
On Monday, a group of them decided to take their case to the social court, complaining that despite waiting for a week, they were still not registered.
As a result, they were unable to receive any social benefits, including a bed in refugee centre — an urgent need as the winter cold sets in.
(The english language does not contain an adjective that can describe the despicable degree of unjust entitlement shown by literal invaders who sue the invaded for insufficiently rapid submission to their wants and demands except one. Islam)
Thank you M., ML., Wrath of Khan, Carpe Diem, and all.