Friday, February 21, 2014

World Class City Has Seven Homicides In Past 24 Hours, While Indy Eleven Owner Moves One Step Closer To Publicly-Financed Stadium

UPDATE: Make that 8 homicides in the past 24 hours. See story here.
It was just another typical day in our world class city. Seven people were murdered in Indianapolis during the last 24 hours, including four victims in one house on the city's south side suspected of being used for the distribution of drugs. Indiana has always been a base of operation for international drug trafficking run by our own government's CIA. The explosion in heroin exports from Afghanistan operated under the direct control of our CIA after the U.S. used 9/11 as an excuse for seizing control of the country has had deadly consequences in Indiana and throughout the country but has put large quantities of money in the hands of the CIA's money launderers to purchase our so-called elected representatives.

Meanwhile, work at the nation's worst state legislature lived up to its name. The Turkish businessman who owns Indy Eleven moved one step closer to securing state financing of a new $87 million soccer stadium for his new professional soccer team that has yet to play its first game in Indianapolis. Lobbying efforts are being led by the same law firm that is paid with taxpayer dollars to advise the City of Indianapolis and lobby state lawmakers on behalf of Indy Eleven's owner, Ersal Ozdemir, who succeeded convicted Ponzi schemer Tim Durham as the de facto owner of the Marion County Republican Party. There is absolutely no proof that Ozdemir's scheme for using as yet collected state tax dollars on a speculative sports endeavor will be sufficient to finance the debt on his new stadium. Indy Eleven would have to enjoy greater success than any other professional soccer team in America to generate sufficient revenues to pay for this stadium, but the legislature that could care less about the rights of workers, how much businesses pollute or whether you can find affordable health care is not the least bit concerned. As long as the lobbyists keep the money flowing, filling their bellies with good plenty of food and drinks at St. Elmo's and keep entertaining them at Pacers and Colts games, they're perfectly content to be the best legislature money can buy.

UPDATE: It's almost always drug related. Checking the prison rap sheets of the victims of these latest shootings. The two victims on the northeast side shooting were Michael Whitfield and Lorenzo Clark, Jr. Whitfield did time for drug possession, battery and criminal confinement. Clark had done time for residential entry, battery, criminal recklessness and possession of a handgun without a license.

The four victims found in the house on the city's south side were Hayley Navarra, 21, Kristy Mae Sanchez, 22, Jacob Rodemich, 43, and Walter Burnell, 47. Rodemich had done time for drug possession, forgery and theft. Burnell had done time for dealing cocaine and multiple other drug-related offenses.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Campaign contribution by a foreign national—Title 2, U.S.C., Sections 437g (d) (1) (A) (i) and 441e (A) (1).
Maximum penalties: Up to five years in prison and $250,000 fine

Anonymous said...

Check the news. They just stated a man found dead yesterday was another homicide. That makes 8.

Anonymous said...

Anyone want to play Cricket on that World Class Cricket field that costs taxpayers $5.8 plus damages to the surrounding neighborhood wells?

anthony rodaduck said...

SO I GUESS BECAUSE THE VICTOMS HAD A RECORD AND WERE ADDICTED SOME HOW SEEMS TO JUSTIFY THE WAY THERE KILLED OR JUST KILLED AT ..IVE HEARD JUST MORE DRUG ADDICTS..WHO CARES? REALLY BECAUSE SANCHEZ HAD 2 SMALL BABIES..BUT I KEEP HEARING THE UBDER TONE THAT THEY ARE LESS HUMAN BECAUSE THEY HAD ISSUES?THAT COULD OF BEEN YOUR DAUGHTER..OR MY BROTHER ..OH WAIT JACOB RODEMICH WAS MY YOUNGER AND ONLY BROTHER.WHO FEEL ON HARD TIMES VERY RECENTLY.SO THE FACT THAT HE HAD A RECORD MEANS SHIT.RIP BROTHER