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Serial Rapist Deported Five Times:  An illegal alien facing six charges including aggravated sexual assault and kidnapping has been deported five times according to investigators in Austin, Texas.  Jennifer Kendall of Fox 7 News reports that Nicodemo Coria-Gonzales, an illegal who had been deported after being charged with previous assualts, has admitted picking up prostitutes and beating them.  He was arrested after one woman told police that he had doused her with gasoline and tried to set her on fire.  Austin police believe that he has sexually assaulted several women in a secluded area outside the city.  

Indian Court Sentences Acid Murderer to Death:  Judges in Mumbai have given the death sentence to a man who threw sulfuric acid on a 24 year-old woman in 2013.  The German News Service Deutsche Welle reports that the victim, who had rejected the murderer's marriage proposal, took thirty days to die from the attack.  Indian law allows a death sentence for murders which involve severe brutality.  After the sentence was announced the victim's father told reporters "it took three years for us to get justice, but I am happy that it has been finally delivered."  A survivors group in India reports that there are between 100 and 500 acid attacks in their country each year.  

Charges Dropped Against Man Who Killed Wife's Attacker:  Manslaughter and assault charges against a New York cab driver who killed his wife's would-be rapist last May were dropped at the urging of the assailant's family on Wednesday.  Deborah Hastings of Inside Edition reports that on May 30, 61-year-old Mamadou Diallo received frantic call from his wife saying that she was being attacked in their home.  Diallo made it home in time to catch Earl Nash, 43, attempting to flee and during a struggle, fatally struck Nash in the head with a tire iron.  Minutes earlier, Nash had forced his way into the Diallo home, ripped off Nenegale Diallo's clothes and began to assault her when the victim's sister ran in and stopped the attack.  An autopsy determined that Nash was high on cocaine and suffering from heart disease and bipolar disorder at the time of his death. 

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-- Tigers don't change their stripes:

"Over the decades, [convicted criminal Lynne] Stewart represented a whole gallery of sociopaths: David Gilbert of the Weather Underground, Black Panther airplane-hijacker Willie Holder, cop-shooter Larry Davis [1993 World Trade Center
bomber Sheik Abdel-Rahman] and more. ...

"she called 9/11 an “armed struggle.” On trial in 2005 ... she boasted of her belief that “entrenched institutions will not be changed except by violence” and “you
can’t always single out the combatants from the noncombatants.” After her conviction, she said she “would do it again.”"
"The radical ex-lawyer used a recent Associated Press interview to hail the assassins who gunned down police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge as “avengers.”"
"Stewart said she believed that the murders had, at least briefly, acted as "a deterrent" against the killings of unarmed civilians by police."

"Asked about the recent ambush slayings of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Stewart said of the gunmen, "They spoke for some of us when
they did that

"They are avengers," she said. ... They are avenging deaths that are never and have never been avenged since the '60s and '70s."


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