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UNFOLDING: Secret Service Just Busted Contractor INSIDE Trump’s White House For Attempted Murder

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What on God’s green earth is this and how did he even get unto White House grounds?

It’s now being reported that the Secret Service arrested a contractor outside the White House yesterday for an outstanding warrant that includes an attempted murder charge.

Later a spokesperson form the Prince George’s Country Maryland Sherriff’s department confirmed that the department had, in fact, issued an outstanding warrant for the person by the name of Martese M. Edwards for an attempted murder charge which was dated May 17th.

The Secret Service issued the following statement to CBS News:

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“On June 4, 2018, the U.S. Secret Service was notified by the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) that Martese Edwards was the subject of a warrant issued out of Prince Georges County, MD. On June 5, 2018, Edwards was promptly arrested by Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers at a checkpoint outside of the White House complex when he was reporting to work as a contractor. Edwards was transported to MPD Second District for processing.”

The Associated Press later said that the Secret Service didn’t provide Edwards’ exact job in the White House or where he worked and it wasn’t immediately clear if he has counsel of any type to represent him.

The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office also confirmed to FOX 5 that Edwards has an open warrant for attempted first-degree murder. A law enforcement source told FOX 5 that the Secret Service was at the complex recently and the warrant is connected with a shooting at the apartment complex were the suspect lives.

A neighbor at the complex later confirmed she saw Edwards in a violent argument with a woman about a month ago.

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“We just heard a loud noise, screaming and just glass shattering in the middle of the parking lot, and we were just like scared and then come to find out the same noise we heard traveled towards my neighbor’s door, unfortunately,” said neighbor Catrice Pinkett.”

Prince George’s County police confirmed that the shooting that is connected to Edwards happened on May 3. But detectives weren’t able to identify him as a suspect until 15 days later when a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Edwards is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday.

Here is more on this breaking story via ABC News:

The U.S. Secret Service arrested a government contractor on an outstanding attempted murder warrant issued in Maryland when he showed up for work at a White House checkpoint on Tuesday, according to authorities.

The suspect, Martese Edwards, worked as a contractor for the National Security Council out of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, according to an NSC official. The Eisenhower Executive Office Building is located next to the White House’s West Wing and houses offices for a large number of White House staff.

“Yesterday evening Secret Service was notified that a warrant was issued for a contractor,” the NSC official said in a statement Tuesday. “This morning the contractor attempted to access the complex. Secret Service apprehended the individual and turned him over to the appropriate authorities.”

Martese Edwards, 29, is arrested by members of U.S. Secret Service Uniform Division outside the White House June 5, 2018 in Washington, D.C.more +

Prince George’s County, Maryland, police confirmed that Edwards was arrested on a warrant connected to a May 3 shooting in the county in which one person was wounded. An investigation was conducted which identified Edwards as a suspect and the warrant was issued on May 17.

The Secret Service said in a statement that Edwards was showing up for work when he was “promptly” taken into custody.

In this file photo, members of the Secret Service stand outside the checkpoint entrance for the White House at 15th and E Streets in northwest Washington, Oct. 3, 2013.more +

“On June 4, 2018, the U.S. Secret Service was notified by the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) that Martese Edwards was the subject of a warrant issued out of Prince Georges County, MD,” the USSS said in the statement. “On June 5, 2018, Edwards was promptly arrested by Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers at a checkpoint outside of the White House complex when he was reporting to work as a contractor. Edwards was transported to MPD Second District for processing.”

It remains unclear when the warrant was issued into the Criminal Justice Information System, the FBI database used by the USSS, or if he’d accessed the grounds in the interim.

The Secret Service says they were notified on June 4. Edwards was arrested on June 5.

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Somali Whose Deportation was Thwarted by Passengers Is Gang Rapist With Links To ISIS

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I have no understanding of people who would allow foreigners needs to take precedence over their own citizens.

These deranged SJW lunatics should have been arrested. When does the left not ever defend a terrorist?

From Breitbart:

A Somali man whose deportation was thwarted when passengers on the aeroplane taking him out of the country began complaining is a convicted gang rapist linked to an Islamic State fighter.
29-year-old Yaqub Ahmed was about to be returned to Somalia via a commercial flight to Istanbul, Turkey, but around a dozen ‘social justice warrior’ passengers on the aeroplane became aware of his situation when he began groaning and wailing.

They started complaining “They’re separating him from his family” and chanting “take him off the plane” in rowdy scenes recorded by several people on their mobile phones.

Rather than throw off the disruptive passengers or have them arrested for obstructing the course of justice, however, officials buckled to the mutinous flyers and took Ahmed off the flight, while his supporters applauded and shouted: “You’re free, man!”

However, the Mail on Sunday has now revealed that the busybodies were championing a convicted gang rapist, and that one of his accomplices travelled to the Islamic State to fight as a jihadist after their crime.

In August 2007, Ahmed was part of a four-strong rape gang which lured a 16-year-old girl who had become separated from her friends on a night out to a flat in Crouch End, North London, pretending they were waiting for her there.

Ahmed and his accomplices then took turn raping the teenager, who was only saved when neighbours overheard her cries for help and rang the police. All denied the crime, but were convicted with the help of extensive DNA evidence.

The judge sentenced them to a relatively short nine years each — although police detective Emma Bird seemed happy with the terms, saying they “reflect[ed] the seriousness of this offence” — but criminals almost never serve their full term in the United Kingdom, and Ahmed was out after a paltry four years.

It is understood that fellow rapist Ondogo Ahmed travelled to Syria to fight for the Islamic State just months after his release, while accomplice Adnan Mohamud — like Ahmed, a Somali granted refugee status — is still in Britain.

“We need to deport these people and members of the public should not be allowed to obstruct the proper course of justice,” commented Tory backbencher Philip Hollobone.

“Officials accompanying the deportee need to react appropriately to passengers who do not know what is going on. To simply walk off in the face of passenger confusion is not good enough.”

Britain’s record both tracking and deporting illegal migrants in general is very poor.

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Democratic Aide Arrested, Charged In Major Scandal Before The Midterms

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Democrats are in a fight for their life and getting incredibly desperate as we get closer to the midterm elections. They are seething to regain control and apparently will stop at no illegal activity to get it, way beyond their standard practice of voter fraud.

They may think that they are above the law, but are finding out that justice is still a very real “thing” that applies to them.

One Democratic aide has been arrested now for the imminent danger he put GOP Senators and their families in.

The Washington Post reports:

U.S. Capitol Police announced late Wednesday that a former junior Senate Democratic staffer has been arrested for allegedly posting private information about Republican senators on the Wikipedia Internet website.

Jackson A. Cosko, 27, of the District, faces five federal counts including making public restricted personal information, making threats in interstate communications, identity theft, witness tampering and unauthorized access of a government computer, police said.

Cosko also faces District charges of second degree burglary and unlawful entry, police said. He is set to appear before U.S. Magistrate Deborah A. Robinson of the District on Thursday afternoon, the U.S. attorney’s office for the District said.

“The investigation will continue and additional charges may be forthcoming,” Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki said.

Cosko could not immediately be reached for comment.

A brief police statement did not give details, but a U.S. official said the arrest was tied to the investigation into the posting of personal information about Republican senators on the Wikipedia site as they held a hearing Sept. 27 on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh.

At the time, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) rejected accusations that a member of her staff was responsible, calling them “lies, lies, and more despicable lies.”

The information posted purportedly included phone numbers and home addresses for three Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee at the hearing: Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), Sen. Mike Lee (Utah) and Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (Utah).

They were doxed — or had private or identifying information made public on the internet — when an anonymous Wikipedia user edited their pages. The information was quickly removed after the doxing was discovered and aides contacted authorities.

Edits to the online encyclopedia were traced to IP addresses of computer devices assigned to the U.S. Capitol. Waters in her statement last week said Capitol Police and internal computer specialists determined that an IP address cited online did not belong to her office or anyone on her staff.

According to the Legistorm website of congressional disclosures, Cosko was employed as a low-level aide from January 2017 to May 2018 with the office of U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), and earlier with former senator Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.).

Hassan spokesman Aaron Jacobs said he could not comment on an ongoing investigation.

Cosko was paid $23,000 over six months ending March 31, according to Legistorm.

A LinkedIn website to a Jackson Cosko lists work from Jan. 2016 to May 2018 as an intern, press assistant and legislative correspondent/systems administrator assisting senior Senate staff on matters before the commerce and homeland security committees, including cyber security issues.

It could not be immediately determined if Cosko had any past connection to Waters’ office. The office did not immediately respond to a request for comment late Wednesday.

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