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#GoodCop Desmond Logan Is Another Taxpayer Funded, Armed Rapist

A Chattanooga police officer under investigation for sexual misconduct was previously accused of raping a woman while on the job in 2015, according to another police officer and an alleged victim.

Their statements contradict information provided by police Chief David Roddy, who stated during a June 16 news conference that “there have been [no complaints] relative to this type of investigation” against the officer. The alleged victim, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Matt Lea and an internal affairs file confirm the subject of the current investigation is Officer Desmond Logan.

Roddy said in June that the officer, who was assigned to the Neighborhood Policing Bureau, has been placed on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

Another alleged victim, a current police officer and a separate source assert the officer has been accused of raping at least one additional woman while on duty and that department leadership knew about that allegation. The claim dates back to 2015 when a local woman said she informed the department Logan raped her in an empty parking lot late one night.

Her allegations would turn up last month in a file she said was shown to her by investigators looking into the June 13 incident.

A police officer, who spoke under the condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation, said the most recent alleged assault was just one of at least two Logan committed while on duty.

“It echoed back to the last time when they didn’t act on this kid [Logan],” the officer said. “They knowingly allowed a predator to keep that uniform on.”

Two women told the Times Free Press they made allegations against Logan.

The police department on Friday canceled a scheduled interview with Roddy and declined to set one up the next day. The department did not respond to a request to interview Logan.

Department spokeswoman Elisa Myzal sent a statement, explaining the department’s internal affairs unit would finish conducting its investigation into the June incident after the criminal investigation by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.

Details about the two alleged incidents are similar. Both women allegedly were picked up by Logan, told they were under arrest, taken to a parking lot and raped. The woman who said she was assaulted last month confirmed the incident through her attorney but didn’t want to provide additional details.

The Times Free Press does not identify alleged rape victims. The woman who claims she was raped by Logan in 2015 — shortly after he began actively working as an officer — is identified as Victim 1. The victim who brought forth allegations that resulted in the current investigations is identified as Victim 2.

Victim 1

Victim 1 has tried to forget the night of her alleged rape in 2015.

“I’m more cautious,” she said. “It’s had a toll, mentally.”

She was visiting a friend’s house near Rossville Boulevard late that night. She believes it was May, shortly before her birthday, but she knows it was either spring or early summer. She was in shorts, a tank top and flip-flops.

A police officer pulled alongside her after she left her friend’s house. He told her she was stumbling. That wasn’t true, she said. She hadn’t been drinking and wasn’t on drugs. She was going to a family member’s home for the night.

The officer changed his message. He told her there had been rapes in the area and he was looking out for her. Then, he became agitated. He told her she was being arrested and handcuffed her. She asked why and told him she had done nothing wrong. He placed her in the front seat of his car, she said, and drove.

She said the officer told her his name was “Officer Tate,” but his name tag said “Logan.” Years later, she found out from detectives his first name was Desmond. She became uneasy; she had been arrested before, but this arrest seemed different. She hadn’t done anything wrong, she said. But “Tate” kept telling her she was going to jail.

He eventually turned into a business parking lot on Rossville Boulevard. She thought he was going to remove the handcuffs and let her go. Instead, he pushed her into the back seat and raped her, she said.

The officer repeatedly told her not to tell anyone. He began talking about his children, telling her he had a family of his own, she said.

“He acted like nothing had happened,” she said.

He dropped her off at her brother’s, again telling her not to tell anyone, she said. She promised she wouldn’t.

She rushed inside, crying and shaking, and told her brother what happened. She wrote down everything she could remember before calling police, she said.

She explained what happened and was told to go to a hospital. The hospital sent her to the Partnership Rape Crisis Center, where she told her story and was tested for signs of rape. She also turned over her written account of what happened that night to the rape crisis center, where she was told it would help with an investigation into the officer, she said.

Seeking Answers

A portion of an Open Records Act request filed in June seeking the rape test’s results has not been responded to. Logan’s personnel file and internal affairs file have no mention of Victim 1 or any previous sexual assault complaints before Victim 2, the woman who reported the June 13 incident. The personnel file has little more than hiring paperwork.

Logan’s internal affairs file contains one sheet of paper. The top lists personal information: name, employee number, badge number and hiring date along with his department, division and sector. Below, reads “Incidents.”

The file lists several general allegations made by Victim 2 for the alleged sexual assault last month. The investigation into that incident remains ongoing.

A Knock on the Door

Little has officially happened in the three years since Victim 1 said she was raped. There is no record of an official investigation in Logan’s files.

She said she is trying to deal the best she can with what she said happened that night.

“I’ve tried to forget,” she said.

Three weeks ago, everything changed. Chattanooga Police Department internal affairs investigators came to her house, she said. They told her they had been looking into another case and came across her file. Two detectives with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office also stopped by. With them, they had a file with her allegations — the sheet of paper she had written on the night of the alleged rape.

Two agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation also came. The FBI did not confirm nor deny an investigation into Logan.

“Longstanding Department of Justice policy prohibits the FBI from confirming or denying the existence of any investigation,” bureau spokesman Jason Pack wrote in an email.

However, the detectives left businesses cards, which Victim 1 showed the Times Free Press.

Moving Forward

Chad Phillips, the attorney representing Victim 2 for Sutherland & Belk, PLC, confirmed the law firm is gathering information for a legal case.

Chattanooga Police Department representatives have said over the last month they take sexual assault allegations seriously. Roddy echoed that sentiment during the June 16 news conference.

“When a community member comes forward and states an officer has not upheld his or her oath, failed to serve and protect or violated their trust, that officer will be questioned,” Roddy said. “His or her actions will be investigated, and if found true, that officer will be held accountable.”

Morning Wine Cellar 7/13/18 – Sherrita Dixon-Cole Will Not Get Justice

Rape Victim, Sherrita Dixon-Cole will have to live in a world where the armed and dangerous rapist that kidnapped  and raped her while in uniform carrying out state sanctioned oppression will still be roaming the streets where he originally found her. 

 

Reversing Climate Change Is A Plastic Straw Away.

They have figured it out, gang.
Fukeshima, Garbage Patches, Sea Level Rise, Climate Change And Weather Extremes…

KISS IT ALL GOODBYE!!!!!

By drinking from a disposable mouthpiece instead of a disposable cup, and thowing that disposable mouthpiece in garbage instead, you can play your part in like less garbage n’ stuff.

Let’s Do It!!!!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/winecellarmedia/2018/07/09/reversing-climate-change-is-a-plastic-straw-away

Is it wrong or right to suspend a vote for partisan reasons.?

 

 

Ohio teens given suspended sentence for dropping sandbag off overpass that killed man

The four Ohio teens who pleaded guilty to dropping a sandbag off a freeway overpass that killed a 22-year-old man were given a suspended sentence and ordered to a treatment center on Friday.

Marquis Byrd was the passenger in a vehicle that was hit by the sandbag dropped onto Interstate 75 in Toledo last December. Byrd was left in critical condition and died three days later in the hospital.

 

 

 

Rapists Make Great Ferttilizer White T-Shirt Front

And The Wine Is Getting Active On TEE SPRING
Click Image for shopping page.

We don’t know why 2 T’s are showing up in the image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex Workers Meet in Los Angeles To Draft Statement of Principles

In late June, members and supporters of Desiree Alliance, a sex work advocacy organization, gathered in the Los Angeles office of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to begin organizing for the legalization of sex work. The event featured nearly a dozen sex workers, including adult actress and Los Angeles-based sex work activist, Siouxsie Q.

Attendees at the meeting drafted a manifesto called the National Sex Worker Anti-Criminalization Principles, which author and escort Maggie McNeill described as a document designed to “provide a working template for a national platform” for sex-worker rights.

 

Pride in London sorry after anti-trans protest

 

Pride march rainbow flagPride in London organisers have apologised after anti-trans protesters “forced their way to the front of the parade”.

Members of lesbian and feminist group Get The L Out demanded to march behind the rainbow flag, which marks the start of the event, organisers said.

The group argues the trans movement is attacking lesbian rights and said it protested to protect those rights.

Pride said their behaviour on Saturday was “shocking and disgusting”.

It said they could not forcibly remove the small group because their protest was not a criminal offence, adding “we are sorry” but the “actions of eight people did not stop the joy and love”.

 

An Alabama corrections officer has been indicted on charges of rape in metro Atlanta.

Matthew Moore, 49, is accused of raping women in three states, including women in Cobb and Fulton counties.

His indictment only pertains to his alleged crimes in Fulton County, the district attorney’s office there announced Thursday.

He was arrested in April at the prison where he’d worked nearly two decades, which is about 120 miles from Sandy Springs.

Nikki Yovino Gets Pressured Into Changing Her Statement Via Sentencing Coercion. 

Nikki YovinoOn June 5, Nikki Yovino went to jail. She had maintained for the previous 20 months that she was raped by two Sacred Heart University students in the bathroom at a house party. The men she accused said it was consensual, and that’s what prosecutors and police in Bridgeport, Connecticut, believed too.

The state charged Yovino with filing a false report to law enforcement and evidence tampering, based on their allegation that she’d had a rape kit performed while lying about having been raped. Yovino, 19, faced up to six years in prison. She had pleaded not guilty, but on the morning jury selection was to begin, Yovino took a plea deal to spend a year behind bars. She was taken away in handcuffs while her mom dabbed tears from her eyes in the courtroom.

 

The Gangsterism Of #MAGA And Tax Payer Funded White Supremacy

MORNING WINE CELLAR 7/6/18

Audio/Video riff on a short facebook post where I niggasplain what this maga shit is on a street level along with the Adam Bloom pool harassment video. 

Our 4th Of July Super Patriot Freedom Liberty N Rights N Stuff Episode.

Why Did the Rhode Island Democratic Party Endorse an Alt-Right Supporter Over a Progressive Incumbent?

Moira Jayne Walsh, a 27-year-old former waitress and labor organizer, captured a bit of national attention after she won a seat in the

 Rhode Island House in 2016. “I decided that I wasn’t just going to work on legislation, because there has been so much neglect in my neighborhood for so many years that I wanted to make sure that people felt that they had a sense of community,” she told The Atlantic that November

Minneapolis Investigates Police Use Of Ketamine On Suspects

 

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to Star Tribune reporter Andy Mannix about the investigation into the Minneapolis police and EMTs sedating people in custody.

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Comcast starts throttling mobile video, will charge extra for HD streams

 Jon Brodkin

     Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile service is imposing new speed limits on video watching and personal hotspot usage, and the company will start charging extra for high-definition video over the cellular network.

The short version is that videos will be throttled to 480p (DVD quality) on all Comcast mobile plans unless you pay extra, while Comcast’s “unlimited” plan will limit mobile hotspot speeds to 600kbps. Only customers who pay by the gigabyte will get full-speed tethering, but the cost would add up quickly as Comcast charges $12 for each gigabyte.

Highland Park detective on leave after pastor’s arrest

The Highland Park Police Department has placed a detective on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into the arrest of a pastor and gubernatorial campaign manager for Democrat Shri Thanedar.

 

 

 

A South Carolina police union has lodged a protest about a high school’s summer reading list over the school’s inclusion of two novels that discuss the topic of police brutality. The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) union said the award-winning “The Hate U Give” was an “almost indoctrination of distrust of police.”

The freshman class of Wando High School in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, was asked to read one of eight books over the summer break. One of the novels, “The Hate U Give,” features the story of a young girl who witnessed police shoot her unarmed best friend to death, an experience which leads her to activism. The book, by Angie Thomas, opened at number one on the New York Times’ young adult best-seller list in February 2017.

Man accused of killing 3 after judge denies ex-wife’s request to have his guns taken away

Man accused of killing 3 after judge denies ex-wife’s request to have his guns taken away

An Alabama man is accused of shooting three people to death after a judge denied his ex-wife’s attempts to order him to surrender his weapons, according to The Decatur Daily.

The news outlet reported on Tuesday that police say Darwin Brazier, 43, of Ardmore, used a semi-automatic SKS rifle with a high-capacity magazine to shoot and kill his ex-wife and two other people before killing himself. 

Phoenix Calida Is Getting Better

Hey gang. Phoenix only comes in at the end of this. She’s starting get a little better from her most recent histoplasmosis flair up.

So it’s mostly just me on here going over trans rights, rape culture, alex jones accidentally telling the truth and a little Becky lives Matter.

Phoenix should be able to slide back in a little bit more going into this week.

Becky Lives Matter – #FreeVicky

INSTAGRAM STAR WHO RAISED EYEBROWS BY SAYING SHE IDENTIFIES AS BLACK IS ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING A COP

 

By Matt Naham

 

A white, 17-year-old Instagram star with more than one million followers who goes by “Woah Vicky” and has claimed in the past that she identifies as black was arrested over the weekend in Greensboro, N.C. for trespassing, resisting arrest and assInstagram Photoaulting a police officer by kicking him.

The teen, whose real name is Victoria Waldrip and who hails from Marietta, Ga., posted the whole incident on her Instagram account after the fact.

That included two videos and a mugshot.

 

Instagram Photo

 

Police initially responded to the Four Seasons Town Centre Mall after reports that shots were fired,  WFMY News 2 reported.

While that wasn’t actually the case, there was “disorderly” behavior at the mall. After being given “multiple opportunities to leave,” Waldrip was taken down and handcuffed, all of which was caught on video.

Waldrip, who hasInstagram Photo already been called a worse version of Rachel Dolezal and Danielle “Bhad Bhabie” Bregoli, posted her mugshot with the hashtag #freevicky.

In case you don’t recall, this is Danielle Bregoli and this is Rachel Dolezal.

This is interesting because it wasn’t too long ago that she posted a picture of herself in a prison jumpsuit as a joke.

Instagram Photo

Many have commented since her real life arrest that this was “foreshadowing.”

Waldrip sparked outrage in the past when she said she could say the n-word because she has black ancestry. She even tweeted a photo she said was proof of her ethnicity.

She’s also posted videos in which she’s claimed that she’s always known that she’s black.

Instagram Photo

Waldrip was listed as white on her police report, the New York Post reported.

Uppity Negress On Actify Press

 

 

Actify Press And Uppity Negress, Phoenix Calida are about to do the Wine Cellar Thing.

Phoenix Calida, The ORIGINAL UPPITY NEGRESS has been in contact with the folks at Actify Press via twitter and for this video we’ll be broadcasting them interviewing us.

Check it out.

Uppity Negress And The Cannabis Candidate

Congressional Candidate, Benjamin Thomas Wolf stops by the Wine Cellar to kick it with Uppity Negress, Phoenix Calida.

The Cannabis Candidate

Born and raised in Kent, Ohio by two public school teachers, Benjamin quickly learned the core values of education and hard work. At the age of twelve,Benjamin discovered the pleasure of public service while working for the local parks and recreation department.  He continued volunteering with city and state organizations throughout his formative years.

     After completing a university internship on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Benjamin was recruited by theFederal Bureau of InvestigationHe graduated from the F.B.I. Academy and worked for years within the National Security Division on the highest priority terrorism,intelligence, and international security matters.

Benjamin later transferred to the U.S. Department of State as an American diplomat and earned tenure in the Foreign Service while advancing security and diplomatic efforts abroad.   He actively and loyally served four Secretaries of State and advised dozens of U.S. ambassadors.   He received his Foreign Service tenure directly from Secretary Clinton and often traveled with U.S. Presidents as a security and human rights liaison. Benjamin volunteered to work in conflict and war zones while protecting and defending the lives of others. He also has served multiple times in Iraq.

      Benjamin lived in North and West Africa for many years where he collaborated with international agencies including

 the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Red Cross. Created by President John F. Kennedy, the Peace Corps is Benjamin’s favorite agency and was his inspiration to be a change agent overseas.  It was during his years working in developing countries that Benjamin learned a new sense of appreciation that he translated into empowerment programs, job creation, skill-building and education initiatives.

  Benjamin has a modern multicultural family and raised his twin boys in Africa during his diplomatic postings to Algeria and Senegal. Upon completion of hisPh.D. in International Psychology, Benjamin will continue working in Chicago as a professor while being an advocate for international human rights and global justice issues. His doctoral dissertation focuses on social movements and how basic human rights must be applied equally to every human regardless of race, gender, national identity or economic status.  This idea sits at the cornerstone of his personal and political values.

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR ADULTS
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