Kai the homeless hitchhiker saves woman from Jesus Attack. A strange incindent took place in West Fresno at the corner of McKinley and Marks and FOX KMPH Ten o’clock News News was there to record it.
A driver claiming he is Jesus, plows his car into a BG&E worker, pinning him against his truck, only because he was black.
After this, a couple of women were the first to give a helping hand thinking it was an accident but the driver grabbed one of the women and started to beat her also. The passanger of the car, Kai, a homeless hitchhiker, who whad a hatchet with him, smacked the crazy driver in the back to help the woman in trouble. If this incident isn’t too weird for you, watch Kay the hitchhiker describing the way he was hitting the crazy driver with his hatchet saying “SMASH! SMASH! SUMAAASH!”
Former congressman and libertarian icon Ron Paul tweeted a startling reaction to the death of SEAL sniper Chris Kyle on Monday:
Kyle and a friend were both killed by a veteran struggling with PTSD while working with him at a gun range on Saturday.
The former Marine, Eddie Ray Routh, turned his weapon on the other two men and shot them at close range, according to news accounts.
Kyle was the author of the best-selling “American Sniper,” which detailed his time as a record-holding SEAL sniper.
Paul has a long history of being opposed to American military intervention abroad.
Jack is a retired Detective Lieutenant who worked for the New Jersey State Police for 26 years. For twelve of those years, Cole worked as an undercover narcotics officer. The cases he investigated ranged from street drug users and mid-level drug dealers in New Jersey to international “billion-dollar” drug trafficking organizations. He ended his undercover career living nearly two years in Boston and New York City, posing as a fugitive drug dealer wanted for murder, while tracking members of a terrorist organization that robbed banks, planted bombs in corporate headquarters, court-houses, police stations, and airplanes and ultimately murdered a New Jersey State Trooper.
Since retiring, Jack has been active in working to reform current drug policy. His experiences as an undercover officer led him to the conclusion that the U.S. Government’s war on drugs is unjust and steeped in racism. He contends that ending drug prohibition will be an important towards correcting social problems stemming from race and gender bias, as well a corruption in law enforcement.
Jack holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice and a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts. He is a national and international speaker who has taught courses to police recruits as well as veteran officers on ethics, integrity, and moral decision-making. He has spoken on drug policy at several colleges and universities, as well as on many radio programs. He has also addressed this issue at conferences and meeting across the United States, as well as in Europe. So kick back and relax and hear what Jack has to say about the futile “War on Drugs.