Saturday, July 1, 2017

Monthly Misfortune July 2017

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Incidents of violence where terrorism is suspected or obvious but media or authorities either rule out, or say there is no evidence of a terrorist motive, or do not even suspect the possibility of a clandestine attack where evidence is deliberately engineered or a cover story provided to hide any political motive.


List of terrorist incidents in july 2017


Daily Misfortune Saturday, July 1, 2017 ---

June 30 2017 update  July 17, 2016 attack La. black cop-killer from MO left suicide note, Islamic verse, trail of rage Alton Sterling Saturday, July 1, 2017  Gavin Long searched the internet for addresses, phone numbers and other personal information belonging to the two officers involved in the July 5, 2016 shooting of Alton Sterling, a prosecutor’s report revealed Friday.  Less than two weeks later, the 29-year-old black man from Kansas City, Mo., traveled to Baton Rouge and ambushed law enforcement officers outside a convenience store and car wash near police headquarters. Armed with a semi-automatic rifle that he legally purchased, Long fatally shot three officers and wounded three others on July 17 before tactical officers killed him,

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  1. A garment factory boiler explosion in DhakaBangladesh, kills 10 people and injures dozens. (Reuters)
  2. European migrant crisis Approximately fifty migrants are feared drowned off the coast of Morocco. Three men were rescued near Alboran Island near the coast of Spain(BBC)
  3. North Korea and weapons of mass destruction North Korea test-launches what is presumed to be its first intercontinental ballistic missile 933 kilometers into the Sea of Japan within Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone. An American expert theorizes the ICBM, which reached an altitude of 2,802 km, could potentially reach the U.S. state of Alaska(ABC News Australia) (Xinhua News Agency) (Reuters)
  4. China–India relationsBhutan–China relations Amid a stand-off between China and India over the Doklam tri-junction, China tells India that former Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehruaccepted the Convention of Calcutta which China is using to support its territorial claims. Tensions have been rising between China and India and Bhutan over Doklam since China began constructing a road in the disputed territory in mid-June. (News18)
  5. 2016–17 Rohingya persecution in Myanmar  A mob of at least a hundred Rakhine Buddhists in SittweRakhine StateMyanmar, attack seven Rohingya men from Dapaing Camp for internally displaced persons, killing one and severely injuring another. The Rohingya men were being escorted by police to Sittwe's docks to purchase boats, but were attacked despite armed guards being present. (The Irrawaddy)(Reuters)
  6. 2017 cyberattacks on Ukraine As part of an investigation into the recent cyberattacks, the servers of Ukraine's most popular accounting software company, M.E.Doc, are seized by Ukrainian police. (NBC News)

July 5 Delta flight to Beijing returns to Sea-Tac after passenger assaults flight attendant; 2 injured Seattle Times  July 6, 2017 at 9:28 pm  Officials say there is no information suggesting there is a national security threat after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant on a Seattle to Beijing flight. ...Delta flight to Beijing had to return to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Thursday evening after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant, the airline said. ... FBI, said no information suggests there is a national security threat. ... passenger assaulted the flight attendant in the first-class cabin,... Others restrained the passenger until the flight arrived back at Sea-Tac shortly arter 7 p.m.

  1. Mexican Drug War A gunfight between La Línea gang members and a rival cartel in Madera Municipality, Chihuahua, leaves at least 14 people dead. (The Washington Post)Arts and culture
  2. Disappearance of Amelia Earhart The aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan may have survived in the Marshall Islands and were held captive by the Japanese according to an allegedly undoctored photo in the National Archives. Experts remain divided on the claim, however. (CNN) (USA Today)
  3. A truck overloaded with passengers crashes near Bambari, Central African Republic, killing at least 78 people and leaving dozens more injured. (The Independent)
  4. Executive Order 13780 The United States extends the restrictions deadline for refugees. (The Los Angeles Times)Law and crime
  5. A priest is arrested and questioned over an alleged drug-induced gay orgy hosted in his apartment in the Vatican City. (International Business Times)
  6. terrorist style Crime in New York City A police shooting occurs in the Bronx, New York, killing one police officer woman Miosotis Familia while sitting in a command post. Two officers confront the suspect and shoot him dead. (The New York Times) Shot by Alexander Bonds, who had been in and out of prisons and jails for 15 years and was slipping into severe mental illness
  7. terrorist style Crime in Maine Three people are shot and killed by a gunman in separate incidents in Madison, Maine. A fourth victim is wounded. Sheriffs deputies then shot and killed the suspect. (CBS News) (The Boston Globe)  apparent case of domestic violence after a man fatally shot his wife, her son, and a neighbor in Skowhegan before he was killed by Somerset County deputies in his driveway The gunman was identified as Carroll Tuttle Jr., 51, who allegedly shot and killed his wife, Lori Hayden, 52, her son, Dustin Tuttle, 25, and Michael Spalding, 57. Tuttle also shot a fourth person, Harvey Austin, 57, of Skowhegan,
    Politics and elections
  8. 2017 Venezuelan protests Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro storm the opposition-controlled National Assembly and injure several lawmakers, including the President of the National Assembly, Julio Borges. Several journalists were also injured in the assault. (BBC)Society
  9. A group of people are arrested in the Peruvian village of Muqui, located in the Andes, after they painted a wall with allusive symbols and messages to the far-left terrorist organization, Shining Path, responsible for crimes against humanity in Peru from 1980 to 1992. Police later clarified that the true intentions of the arrested, some of them students of a technical training institute, were to make a short film. (La República), (Diario Correo)
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Daily Misfortune Friday, July 7, 2017 ---

July 7,  2017 Muslim Extremists Are Main Perpetrators of Antisemitic Violence in Western Europe, Major Norwegian Academic Study Concludes By BEN COHEN A newly-published report from a leading Norwegian university on antisemitic violence in Europe has.... t in six of the seven countries it surveyed, “individuals with backgrounds from Muslim countries stand out among perpetrators of antisemitic violence in Western Europe.”t in six of the seven countries it surveyed, “individuals with backgrounds from Muslim countries stand out among perpetrators of antisemitic violence in Western Europe.”  “Antisemitic Violence in Europe” — authored by Johannes Due Enstad of the Center for Research on Extremism at the University of Oslo — examines incidents of antisemitic violence in France, the UK, Germany, Russia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark between 2005-15. Only in Russia — where the lowest level of violence against Jews was recorded during that ten-year period — do far-right skinheads and Neo-Nazi extremists predominate overwhelmingly among the perpetrators of these acts.  Russia clearly stands out with a very low number of incidents considering Russia’s
relatively large Jewish population. Russia is also the only case in which there is little to indicate that Jews avoid displaying their identity in public.  Available data on perpetrators suggest that individuals of Muslim background stand out among  perpetrators of antisemitic violence in Western Europe, but not in Russia, where right-wing extremist offenders dominate. Attitude surveys corroborate this picture in so far as antisemitic attitudes are far more widespread among Muslims than among the general population in Western Europe.

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Monthly Misfortune July 2017 ---

List of incidents of terror which could be accidents, crimes, or mental illness rampage or terrorist attacks.


  1. Battle of Mosul (2016–17)Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declares the battle for Mosul over, after the majority of ISIL militants were defeated. (BBC)
  2. Terrorist attack on Amarnath Yatra (2017) At least 7 people are killed and 15 injured after gunmen fire upon a pilgrimage bus and a police vehicle, on the 11th day of the Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage in the Indian city of Anantnag. The attack is believed to be terror-related(NDTV) (The Indian Express)
  3. Disasters and accidents Camden Market fire A large fire breaks out at the Camden Markets in North West London, with over 70 firefighters and 10 firetrucks attending the scene. No casualties have been reported. (The Sydney Morning Herald) Cause under investigation, complex is owned by Israeli billionaire giving rise to conspiracy theories of a terrorist attack but no evidence of a deliberate attack. 
  4. 2017 United States Marine Corps KC-130 crash A United States Marine Corps Lockheed C-130 Hercules military transport aircraftcarrying sixteen people has crashed near the American town of Greenwood, Mississippi. So far, at least sixteen bodies have been recovered. (USA Today)(Reuters via Yahoo! News)
  5. Crimes in Ireland  A 3 year-old boy is stabbed to death in an incident in the Poddle Park area of Kimmagein DublinIreland. The child's mother, believed to be an Iranian national, is being treated for knife wounds in hospital. (RTÉ)
  6. The Sixth Extinction Between 1900 and 2015, around 177 species of mammals have lost 80% of their distribution leading to a presumption that the Holocene extinction is accelerating. (Wired)

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Daily Misfortune Wednesday, July 12, 2017 ---
  1. Monkey selfie The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco hears a case on whether or not a Celebes crested macaque owns the copyright to their own selfie(CNET)Disasters and incidents
  2. suspected terroristic crime: Wildfires in Europe Wildfires devastate the Italian provinces of Messina, Naples, Enna and Rome. The Vesuvius National Park is reportedly completely destroyed by flames and ash. Italian police claim the fires are the work of arsonists. (The Local Italy)
  3. Immigration to the United States A U.S. federal judge halts the possible deportation of Iraqi Chaldean Christian refugees until further review. (The Wire)(NBC News)
  4. Operation Car Wash Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is convicted on corruption and money laundering charges in connection with the Petrobras investigation. Lula, who remains free on appeal, is sentenced to nine and a half years in prison. (Reuters)(The Washington Post)
Daily Misfortune Friday, July 14, 2017 ---

Saturday July 15, 2017

July 15, 2017  Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor Shoots Kills Australian Woman Justine Damond 1 civilian killed by Somali policeman. Justine Damond (40) of Minneapolis called 911 to report a possible assault, the woman, wearing pyjamas, walked down an alley, approached the driver's side door and was talking to the driver, when the officer in the passenger seat Mohamed Noor shot Damond unusually through the closed driver’s side door rather than an open window. Their body cameras were off. Noor the first Somali American officer to serve in Minneapolis’s fifth precinct and one of fewer than a dozen Somali American officers in the department. Noor has so far given no justification for the shooting, and had a record of 3 complaints in his brief year of service.  Far-right blogs have featured sensational headlines that blamed the officer’s ethnicity and muslim religion for the deadly use of force

Sad news from Skagit County: Two children are believed to have died in a house fire Saturday. Two suspects were booked on investigation of homicide and arson. that a 24-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman were each booked on investigation of two counts of homicide and one count of arson.  
According to a news release issued Saturday morning by the Sheriff’s Office, the house was fully engulfed when firefighters responded   children’s mother fell two stories while trying to push out a window, then ran to her next-door neighbors’ house for help,

Daily Misfortune Sunday, July 16, 2017 ---

tu gunfight golden  gardens park in seattle.

Daily Misfortune Tuesday, July 18, 2017 ---

Wed jul 19

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