I’m telling you this story, about an African illegal alien who is charged with the murder of twelve (so far) elderly women, gets worse by the minute.
See my previous post about Billy Chemirmir the most ignored possible mass murderer of modern times!
Why is the news being buried? Is it because his victims are old? Is it because he is a black African? An illegal alien? Because law enforcement did nothing about getting him out of the country earlier? Political correctness? Or, all of the above?
Heck Kate Steinle got more attention as a murder victim than these twelve women are getting. Don’t get me wrong, Steinle’s death deserved the attention it got, but shouldn’t we get twelve times the attention in this apparent case of premeditatedmurder!
Before I tell you what the Daily Caller reported two days ago, think about every older woman you know—your grandmother, your mother, your aunt, the sweet old lady next door, your local friends? Imagine them meeting the death these women endured?
Editor:I have a huge backlog of stories to post here at Frauds and Crooks and hope to do a news round-up post to catch up in the coming days. A reader recently suggested that I should consider just sending out straight news without my editorial comment. I think I’ll try to do a little bit of both going forward and the news round-up will help with that by giving you more information with less words!
However, this story from Massachusetts caught my eye for a couple of reasons and is worth posting in greater detail.
It might not have been worth posting at all if it weren’t for the revelation that the convicted home health care provider was able to send $1.5 million of ill-gotten gains out of the country just before her arrest.
And, the story is important because home health care ‘businesses’ are rife with fraud and keep turning up in my searches for medicare and medicaid scam stories.
It is all over the news so I’m sure you’ve seen it, but what struck me was a CNN cable news report this morning (you know I watch them for a little bit every day) and a female reporter asked Yusuf Abdi Ali, “Do you deserve to live here?”
Wow! CNN actually asked that question a couple of times (of course he didn’t answer). What is going on with CNN? The lengthy report actually tells us how he came to be living in the US and it involves fraud in the US refugee program.
As I said on several previous occasions, if you want to find a topic to satisfy a yen to write a blog, write a blog and call it New American Somali Watch?’
The lottery is administered by the Department of State and conducted under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). It makes available 50,000 immigrant visas annually and aims to diversify the immigrant population in the United States, by selecting applicants from countries with low numbers of immigrants in the previous five years. As of 2017, around 20 million people apply for the lottery each year.
All efforts to kill the program have failed.
And, what drew my attention to it today (I did write about it from time to time at RRW) is this whiny report about how the recent “winners” couldn’t get on the State Department website earlier this week to find out if they had won a ticket to Anytown, USA.
The Somali man came across our southern border a couple of years ago and asked for asylum claiming he was escaping al-Shabaab (aren’t they all!) , but the government had already determined that he must be deported because he was on that aborted 2017 deportation flight.
See one of my reports hereat RRW. I don’t think there was ever a full explanation of what went wrong with that flight to Somalia.
Now he is still in detention in New Hampshire and the ACLU wants answers and wants him released.
I’m laughing as I write this because what ever made the FBI think they could trust a translator who is Somali to help surveil a fellow Somali.
But, then again, this is an Obama-era FBI pick. Let’s hope the Trump FBI is wiser and smarter.
The bare bones news about the “Virginia man” is hereat the US Justice Departmentwebsite (hat tip: Cathy), but believe it or not, I see that CNNhas excellent coverage in my quick look around at which media outlets were onto the story.