Wednesday, September 30, 2015

México Extradited 13 Wanted Supects To The U.S. For Murder, Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, Rape And Money Laundering

The Mexican government extradited 13 wanted criminals and drug lords to the U.S.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 30, 2015

Mexico, D.F. - On Wednesday, the Mexican government extradited 13 suspects indicted and wanted in the U.S. for murder, organized crime, drug trafficking, rape, weapons possession, illegally exporting ammunition, real estate fraud and money laundering. Several of the suspects, Jorge Costilla Sánchez, a Gulf Cartel leader and Edgar Valdez, aka, La Barbie are known drug lords and led criminal organizations in Mexico.
All of the suspects were incarcerated at the Altiplano federal maximum prison in the State of Mexico and were taken to the Toluca Airport on Wednesday morning by military escort and handed over to U.S. authorities.

The following Mexican federal inmates were extradited to the U.S. under federal and state indictments:

1.    Jorge Costilla Sánchez, aliases, Jorge Costilla-Sánchez, Jorge Sánchez Costilla, Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sánchez and Jorge Sánchez Costilla

Indicted by U.S. Southern District of Texas Court for organized crime and money laundering

2.    Edgar Valdez, alias "Edgar Valdez Villareal", "Edgar Valdez – Villareal",  "Mike", "La Barbie" and "Juedo"

Indicted by a federal Court in Eastern Louisiana for organized crime

3.    Jose Emanuel García Sota, alias "Juan Manuel Maldonado Amezcua", "Safado",  "Jose Manuel García Soto",  "Josué Emanuel García Sota",  "Jose Manuel García Sota" and "El Pelón"

Indicted by a federal court in the District of Columbia for attempted murder and weapons possession

4.    Martin Daniel Castillo – Rascón, alias "Flaco" and "El Benson"

Indicted by a federal court in the Western District of Texas for organized crime

5.    Aureliano Montoya – Peña, alias "Jesse Montoya"

Indicted by a federal court in the Northern District of Illinois for organized crime

6.    Ricardo Valles de la Rosa, alias "Chino", "Come Arroz" and "99"

Indicted by the federal court in the Western District of Texas for organized crime, murder, weapons possession and drug trafficking


7.    Luis Humberto Hernández Celis, alias "Pac",  "Pak", "Pacman" and "84"

Indicted by the federal court in the Western District of Texas for organized crime, associated to a crime syndicate, weapons possession, murder, crimes of violence and drug trafficking

8.    Alberto Núñez Payán, alias "Fresa", "Carlos Rodríguez Ramirez",  "Alberto Payán Núñez",  "Fresco",  "El Tío",  "El 57", "El 67", "97" and "El Fresa"

Indicted by a federal court in the Western District of Texas for organized crimes, organized delinquency and money laundering

9.    Jean Baptiste Kingery, alias "Jb", "Jean Baptiste Kingery Moisson", "John Kinsley",  John King",  "Juan Bautista",  "Moss Kingery",  "Jeane Kingsley",  "Juan Baptiste Moisson De Kingery",  "Juan Moisson" and "El Güero"

Indicted by a federal court in the District of Arizona for illegally exporting live ammunition, contraband and real estate fraud and false statements

10. Antonio González Platas

Indicted by a Pulaski County Court in the State of Arkansas for rape

11. Antonio Reynoso – González, alias "El Ingeniero",  "El Inge", "El Electricista",  "El Flacco",  "Flaco" and "Antonio Reynoso"

Indicted by a federal court in the Southern District of California for organized crime


12. Julio César Valenzuela Elizalde, alias "The Pilot"

Indicted by a federal court in the District of Arizona for organized crime

13. Carlos Montemayor, alias "The Director", "Licenciado",  "El Fox" and "Alejandro García"

Indicted by a federal court in the District of Northern Georgia for organized crime and money laundering.


Larry Hernández Waives Extradition To Face A Kidnapping Charge In S. Carolina

Hernández waived extradition on Wednesday to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 30, 2015

San Bernardino, California - On Wednesday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer waived extradition at a San Bernardino County Superior Court to face multiple felony charges in Newberry County, South Carolina. A San Bernardino County judge ruled on Wednesday that Hernández could be extradited immediately after he waived extradition, according to court records.
Hernández was charged in Newberry County with kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the Newberry Police Department.
Last Friday, Hernández was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of José Andrade, a dance promoter from Newberry associated with Lisandro Velásquez, a dance promoter from Illinois. Andrade was the kidnapped victim and Velásquez was forced to get the rest of the owed money for the Hernandez gig in Newberry, according to the criminal complaint.
According to the Newberry County District Attorney's Office criminal complaint, Velásquez paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance held at a skating rink. Velásquez couldn't pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held an associate of Velásquez. Andrade was held against his will until the full payment was paid by Velásquez. Andrade was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members. Police was able to get video surveillance footage from a hallway of the Hampton Inn where it showed Andrade being beaten as he was taken to a room by the suspects. He was able to escape after he was left alone in the room and notified Newberry police, according to the criminal complaint.
Jesús Evan Solis, 25, of Rio Grande, Texas was also charged with three felony counts for kidnapping, assault and battery by mob in the 3rd-degree along with Hernández. Solis was taken into custody on September 25 in Colorado and is being held without bail. Solis is expected to be extradited to S. Carolina to face charges as well. Solis and Hernández are accused of beating up the kidnapped victim. Two other suspects were also implicated in the case, but have not been identified, according to Newberry police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.
Hernández is also the star of a reality show called Larrymania.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Larry Hernández, Mexican Narco Ballad Singer Facing Extradition To Face Kidnapping Charges

Hernández is scheduled for an extradition court hearing on Wednesday to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

San Bernardino, California - On Wednesday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer is scheduled to appear at a San Bernardino County Superior Court for an extradition hearing to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina. Hernández was charged in Newberry County, South Carolina with kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the Newberry Police Department.
Last Friday, Hernández was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of a man associated with a dance promoter in Newberry, South Carolina. 
According to the Newberry County District Attorney's Office criminal complaint, a dance promoter paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance held at a skating rink. The promoter couldn't pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held without permission an assistant or associate of the dance promoter against his will until the full payment was paid. The victim was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members until he was able to escape and notify Newberry police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.
Hernández is also the star of a reality show called Larrymania.

Marlon Pastor Mateo, The Golden Charrito Child Draws Crowds At Performances

The Golden Charrito doesn't let his disability stop him from becoming a singing star sensation in Honduras and Central America.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

Tocoa, Colón, Honduras - Marlon Yasiel Pastor Mateo, 9, has become the Golden Charrito in the community of Abisinia located in the city of Tocoa within the municipality of Tocoa. Mateo has his own Facebook page as Marlon Yasir Honduras and has become a rising star sensation for singing rancheras, Mexican regional songs in his black Charro outfit. He was born with a disability and walks with crutches, but that doesn't keep him from becoming a success and winning singing contests in the region.
The Facebook (FB) person that administrates Marlon's FB page is Mayra Villarreal who says, that other people are attempting to exploit Marlon's talent, but that she uploads his authentic YouTube songs in her name. So, far Marlon's FB page has 42.8K followers and has more than 7M fans on social networks.
In mid September, Adán Fúnez, the municipal Mayor of Tocoa announced that Mateo and his family were awarded (donated) a property lot in the community of Abisinia and recognized Mateo's singing ability. 
Mateo has posted some of his songs in YouTube, which have generated more than 1.2M views (check out Marlon's video) and has been performing in local rodeos, singing contests and events. He hopes to travel to California for treatment of his disability and people have been contributing funds for him to get the needed operation on his feet. 

Song videos: The Golden Charrito, a rising star https://youtu.be/O90WmQkkmZw and https://youtu.be/20RmROpbKXw


For donations, they can be send to the following Honduras bank account.

Marlon's mother bank account: name is Mirna Ermelinda Mateo León,

BANCO ATLANTIDA (Tocoa, Colón, Honduras)
Account number: 170620063595

Phone contacts in Honduras at: 011-504-9851-7313 or 011-504-9719-9411

In the U.S.A., contact: Mayra Villarreal at (510) 987-6329

Chicago Drive-by Leaves Two Dead And Three Injured Including An 11-month-old Boy

Chicago police are investigating a multiple shooting that left two women (mother and daughter) dead and three injured in the Back of the Yards neighborhood.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

Chicago, IL - On Monday, two women, a mother and daughter were killed and three others were injured including an 11-month-old boy, according to Chicago police. Police received a call around 7:10 p.m. of multiple shots (at least 7 shots) fired and people had been injured. One woman died at the scene and the second died at a local hospital. One of the victims was identified as Patricia Chew, 24, the mother of the injured child and daughter of the other deceased woman, Lolita Wells, 46. According to relatives, Chew was two months pregnant. The 11-year-old boy was identified as Princeton Chew who is expected to survive. Two 25-year-old men were also reported shot with non-life-threatening injuries.
The family was enjoying a night out and had just arrived home when a vehicle drove-by and fired multiple times in the 5300 block of S. Aberdeen St. in the Back of the Yards neighborhood striking the five victims. 
In an unrelated shooting, police are also investigating another shooting on early Tuesday at Fuller Park in the 700 block of W. 42 Street just after 12:10 a.m., at least four people suffered gun shot wounds, according to Chicago police. 

Monday, September 28, 2015

Where Is The Second Speed Bump, Did The City Ripped Off Southside Residents?

Residents on Milwaukee's Southside and former 12th Diatrict Alderman questioned what happened to a second speed bump that was paid for by residents.

By H. Nelson. Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 28, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Monday, the residents along the 1500 block of S. 8th Street are still waiting for a second speed bump that was paid for, but the City has yet to put it in. Charlie Sánchez who lives in the block says, he is still waiting for the second speed. Former Alderman Angel Sánchez stopped by and also questioned why the second speed bump was not placed on the street. Angel says, if the residents paid for two speed bumps, they should get two of them or they should get reimbursed by the City for the one missing.
Charlie told Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that both the 1500 blocks of S. 7 and S. 9th Streets have two speed bump between W. Greenfield Ave. and W. Lapham Blvd.
Angel, who lives on S. 8th and W. Madison Streets committed to calling the City on behave of Charlie for an answer. 

Update: Alderman José G. Pérez confirmed to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. that the residents along S. 8th Street from W. Orchard to W. Lapham were charged for one speed bump and that the residents didn't have a majority to place two speed bumps. Residents, especially La Causa who has a large property parcel from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. Orchard didn't want to pay for a speed bump.

News Video: Both former Milwaukee Alderman Angel Sánchez and Charlie Sánchez speak out about missing speed bump on S. 8th Street https://youtu.be/Z9sCCqtr0OE

Fraud On Innkeeper Charges Dismissed Against Deborah Bryant aka Momma Dee In Milwaukee

Momma Dee from the reality show Love and Hip Hop Atlanta was taken into custody over the weekend by Milwaukee police after allegations that she wanted to skipped from paying a $500 food and drink bill while celebrating her birthday.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 28, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Saturday, Deborah Bryant born as Deborah D. Gaither, 52, aka, "Momma Dee" of Atlanta was booked on a misdemeanor charge in the Milwaukee County jail after she was taken into custody by Milwaukee police for fraud to restaurant keeper. Bryant was having a Birthday dinner with a group of 8 people including Shay "Buckee" Johnson at Elsa's on the Park Restaurant, 800 block of N. Jefferson Street on early Saturday and rang up a $500.00 food and drink bill. Apparently, Johnson and the other companions including two men after arguing who was going to pay the bill, they walked out and left Bryant to pay the bill, but she refused. Police were called and she was taken into custody and cited.
Bryant was booked at the Milwaukee County jail and was later released at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday after posting a $250 bond, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office. Bryant was facing more than $500 in fines and up to 60 days in jail, if found guilty.
Sergeant Timothy Gauerke, from the Milwaukee Chief of Police Office, stated, "Milwaukee Police responded to the downtown Milwaukee restaurant Elsa's on the Park, 833 N. Jefferson Street, about 1:10 a.m. on September 26 for a "Fraud on Innkeeper" complaint.  An employee told officers a woman at the bar would not pay her bill.  The woman, a 52-year-old from Atlanta, Georgia, was subsequently arrested.  The case was reviewed by the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office on September 27 and criminal charges were not issued."
Bryant and Johnson are reality TV show stars for Love and Hip Hop Atlanta with Vh1.
On Monday, Bryant announced that her case in Milwaukee regarding fraud to a restaurant keeper was dismissed. She says, that she was invited to have dinner with a group of people, but that it wasn't a birthday celebration and that she had gone to use the bathroom and when she came back to the table, the group had ditched her and left her to cope with the whole bill. Police were called, she says she was willing to pay for her own bill and not the others who left. She was arrested as a misunderstanding, according to Bryant. She didn't release any information about who paid the rest of the bill.
On Instagram, Bryant (therealmommadee) posted a photo of her and her bestie, Shay Johnson, "Reality shows make us seem like we are invincible, like we don't have feelings or families. I'm eternally greatful to my fans for your support and belief in me! TODAY..the court system found me NOT GUILTY of the charges you've been reading all over the blogs. Matter of fact they dismissed the charges brought against me from Elses! It's sad that in today's society you can't enjoy yourself without the police being called.. This is not the 1St time a certain group of people have been targeted by this establishment.. but ok. I can only pray for them and wish them well. Im thankful because ive got the support of my fans, family and friends! I want to say a special Thank you to my friend Shay Johnson @Iamshayjohnson and her amazing famiy.. no matter what ppl think..she always holds me down!"

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Mexican Narco Ballad Singer Larry Hernández Held Without Bail In Connection With A Kidnapping

Hernández was arrested at the Ontario Airport in California by authorities in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant in S. Carolina.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 27, 2015

San Bernardino, California - On Friday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of a man associated with a dance promoter in Newberry, South Carolina. Police in Newberry issued a warrant for Hernández arrest for multiple felony charges that include kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the City of Newberry.
Hernández will appear at a San Bernardino County Superior  Court on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 for an extradition hearing to face charges in South Carolina.
According to the criminal complaint, a dance promoter paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance. The promoter couldn't pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held without permission an assistant or associate of the dance promoter against his will until the full payment was paid. The victim was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members until he was able to escape and notify police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.

David M. Brocksom Taken Into Custody In Connection With Wife's Homicide In Gurnee

43-year-old homicide suspect from Kenosha was taken into custody near the police station.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 27, 2015

Village of Gurnee, IL - On Sunday, David M. Brocksom, 43, with Wisconsin ties was taken into custody around 7:45 p.m. after a traffic stop by a police officer as he approached the police station parking lot after a day long dragnet to locate him after his wife, Beata Brocksom was found dead around 9:30 a.m. at her Gurnee residence, 3700 block of Pacific Ave. The couple were going through a divorce process. They have two children.
Police discovered the victim's body at the home after a call for a domestic violence dispute was reported. The victim had been fatally shot.
Brocksom was seen at the location, according to police. Brocksom is facing a charges for murder. The homicide case investigation is ongoing.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Two Milwaukee Motorcycle Riders Injured On South 27 After Vehicle Cuts Them Off

Driver of vehicle fled scene after causing a two motorcycle accident on S. 27th Street near Walmart.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 26, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - Police are investigating a hit-and-run incident that left two Milwaukee sport bike riders injured Wednesday night after a driver ran a stop light and caused an accident. The driver kept on going around 9:30 p.m. and fled the scene, but left evidence for police. A group of sport bike riders were heading South on S. 27th St. on a green light, when a vehicle on S. 30th Street was exiting the Walgreens and Walmart area failed to stop at a red light and cut-off several bikers causing a crash.
One of the bikers had a passenger with him. The passenger was able to jump off the bike and was not injured. The biker with the passenger broke his right leg and had a fractured right eye sucket and a two inch cut, which he almost lost an eye. The second biker was injured with a fractured spine, but was not hospitalized.
The injured biker with a broken leg, Omar Pesqueira, 19, with the passenger told Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) on Saturday that he was able to push his passenger off the bike just in time and she was not seriously injured. 
The hit-and-run driver left a rear bumper behind after the crash with a license plate on it. Police are reviewing nearby surveillance videos from businesses to determine the make of the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Mexican President Peña Nieto Established Special Investigative Unit To Locate Missing Persons

President Nieto in Mexico on Thursday committed to establishing a federal investigative unit to look for missing persons including the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 25, 2015

Mexico City, Mexico, D.F. - On Thursday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto confirmed during a five hour meeting with the parents and family members of the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students that he will establish a special federal investigative unit to locate missing persons and to investigate what happened to the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students. Public pressure, protests and a debate on Thursday in the federal Mexican Senate led by Senator Layda Sansores from the Labor Party has finally forced a complete investigation into what happened to the missing Ayotzinapa students.
The former Mexican federal Attorney General, Jesús Murillo Karam has been criticized for fabricating and lying that the Ayotzinapa students were killed and burned at a garbage dump in Cocula in September 26 - 27, 2014. A major cover-up by the Nieto administration had been alleged and allegations by a report released by the InterAmerica Commission for Human Rights indicated that 144 witnesses testified that the Mexican military and Federal Police were also involved in the murder, kidnapping and the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students.
Senator Sansores on Thursday during a presentation on the Senate floor called for an investigation into whether the military and Federal Police were involved and to establish commissions to investigate all political and government officials who attempted to cover-up the military and Federal Police involvement in the Ayotzinapa case.
More than 70 suspects have been arrested in the Ayotzinapa case including the mayors of Iguala and Cocula in the state of Guerrero and corrupt members of the municipal police from both towns. Also members of the Guerrero Unidos, a criminal organization have been arrested in connection with the missing Ayotzinapa students.  But no high ranking military or Federal Police supervisors have been arrested or charged in the case, according to Senator Sansores. Sansores and now President Nieto are pushing to discover the truth of what happened in Ayotzinapa. Sansores has accused Nieto of knowing and attempting to cover-up the truth, but year long public protests around Mexico has forced Nieto to act and the federal Senate to finally debate the Ayotzinapa case.


Press conference on Thursday confirms that Mexican President Neito established a special federal investigative unit to locate missing persons including the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students https://youtu.be/HDGMoU2T0Bg

6-year-old Moses Jimenez Fatally Shot And Sibling In Critical Condition After Houston Drive-by

Two southeast Houston children were shot in a drive-by-shooting on early Friday as they slept.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 25, 2015

Houston, Texas - On Friday, police in Houston are investigating a drive-by-shooting that resulted in the murder of Moses Jimenez, 6, and his brother Manuel Jimenez, 11, who is reported in critical condition after being shot as they slept. Both boys attend Southmayd Elementary Scool. Police say, that dark green sedan after 3:30 a.m. drove by and fired multiple shot at the Jimenez home located at the 600 block of Narcissus.
Moses's twin sister, grandmother and uncle of the children who were at the home as well were not injured, according to police. Last year, a drive-by-shooting was reported at the same home and surveillance video from a nearby home in the neighborhood was used to solve the crime. Police are reviewing surveillance video in this case as well. 
Police say, the drive-by it is being investigated as a possible gang related or drug related shooting.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Three San Antonio Cops Arrested For Misconduct And Forcing Women To Have Sex

Three San Antonio police officers were arrested and charged with misconduct in office and forcing women to drink and have sex with them in Texas.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 24, 2015

San Antonio, Texas - On Thursday, three San Antonio Police Officers, Aaron Alford, Alejandro Chapa and Emmanuel Galindo were taken into custody and charted with multiple felony counts. Alford was charged with official oppression and both Chapa Galindo were charged with official oppression, sexual assault and compelling prostitution involving at least three women. One of the victims in June filed a complaint with the Live Oak Police Department that the three San Antonio officers pretended to be in a special ops unit and recruited the women for an investigation, which were later coerced into signing contracts to help in an investigation. They also compelled the women to drink alcohol and have sex with the officers, according to the criminal complaint.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Brendan Cronin, Former NYC Cop Sentenced To Nine Years For Attempted Murder

First NYC cop ever to be convicted for an attempted murder.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 23, 2015

New York City, NY - a former off duty NYC cop Brendan Cronin, 28, gets 9 years in prison for shooting two men inside a car from behind 14 times in Pelham while drunk. Cronin became the first NYC cop the be convicted after pleading guilty to shooting at both victims, Joseph Felices who was shot six times including in the shoulder, arm, chest and has permanent hand damage, but survived the ordeal and Rob Borrelli, the second victim was not injured in thr April 2014 shooting.
Under a plead agreement, Cronin pleaded guilty to attempted murder, assault and drunk driving.
Both victims have filed a lawsuit against Cronin, the City of NYC and the NYC Police Department.

Mexican Federal Senate To Debate 43 Ayotzinapa Missing Students Report Involving Mexican Military And Federal Police

Senate to debate whether the Mexican military and Federal Police were involved in the shooting, murders and missing 43 Ayotzinapa missing students.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 23, 2015

Mexico, D.F. - During a press conference on Tuesday, Mexican federal Senators including Senator Layda Sansores from the Labor Party called for a floor debate to discuss whether the Mexican military and Federal Police were involved on September 26, 2014 in the shooting, murder and disappearance of 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa. According to more than 144 witnesses and testimony in a recently released investigative report by human rights groups, the report indicated that the military and Federal Police were involved along with corrupt city mayors including Cocula and Iguala municipal police in the state of Guerrero in the bus shootings resulting in murder, kidnapping and 43 missing students. The Green and PRI political partys have been evading a debate and are accused of a major cover up by the Enrique Peña Nieto government including Jesús Murillo Karam, the federal Mexican Attorney General (PGRF) who claims there are no witnesses or any testimony indicating that the military and Federal Police were involved, according to Sansores. Sansores said, Karam should read the report.
Senator Sansores on Tuesday told the full Senate that if the Ayotzinapa case is not debated on the floor, no other issue or business will be debated until the Ayotzinapa matter is first brought to the floor for debate. The Senate was forced to postponed the session until Thursday.
The Political Coordination Committee (Jucopo) Board President Gil Zuarth responded by saying that the Jucopo will meet on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. to discuss the Ayotzinapa case and the report by the InterAmerican Commission on Human Rights and the National Commission of Human Rights about allegations that the military and Federal Police were involved in criminal activity and the disappearance of 43 missing students.
Zuarth says, the Senate on Thursday in its first order of business will take up debate about the Ayotzinapa case after being delayed by the PRI and the PVEM, the Green Party for months.

Chicago Police Resort To DNA To Identify Afro-American Child's Body Parts

Chicago police collected DNA from a family of a missing child to identify body parts from an Afro-American child found at the Garfield Park lagoon on Labor Day weekend.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 23, 2015

Chicago, Illinois - Police in Chicago confirmed that DNA has been collected from a family who reported a child missing in an attempt to identify body parts of an Afro-American child found at the Garfield Park lagoon. A head, hands and feet were recovered from the lagoon over the Labor Day weekend.
A composite of a male child has been released to the public. The child is between the ages of 2 to 4 and is Afro-American.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Donor Funds For The Scott Walker Campaign For President Dried Up And Ends Bid

Presidential candidate Walker suspends bid for the Republican nomination for President after falling less than 1% in the CNN/ORC poll and donor funding dries up.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 21, 2015

Madison, WI - On Monday, as first reported by Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that the Walker campaign would end, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) just after 5:00 p.m. announced that he decided to suspend his bid for the Republican nomination for president in 2016 after falling to less 1% in the CNN/ORC Republican poll. Also, unable to collect donations and the donor funds for the Walker campaign just dried out after the GOP members around the country rejected him after flip-flopping on immigration reform and other issues. 
Walker just couldn't convince conservative American voters that he was the right person to lead the country. His anti-immigrant policies in Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC) corruption scandal of awarding $124.4M of taxpayer funds to failed companies and unable to conduct a review of staff and accountability of those companies added to his failed presidential campaign. The Walker administration including Wisconsin Lieutenant Rebecca Kleefish (R) and the Republican controlled legislature were criticized for not adequately funding the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) that helps provide funds for the Latino and Afro-American communities development in Milwaukee.
Walker and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development inability to surpass the first quarter in 2011 job creation and employment statistics of 1.9% position of 17 nationally in the last four years did not help the campaign, stats were reported by the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics. Wisconsin recent position only reached the 30 position at 1.7% in the first quarter of 2015, not surpassing the 2011 job creation and putting people back to work stats.
Walker's deception of providing jobs as promised in 2011 and just reaching more than half of his promise to create 250,000 jobs on his first term fell short.  Walker failed as a job creator nationally and doesn't support equal pay for women.
Walker attempted to call for an end to federal workers unions, but failed to gain any support and working conservative Americans rejected him.
In the spotlight too is Reverend Joe Angel Medina, chairman of the Wisconsin Assembly of Conservative Hispanics, a political GOP group. Medina is being criticized by fellow Latino Republicans and the Wisconsin Hispanic community for standing with Walker's anti-immigrant stand, no in-state tuition for DREAMers, no driver licenses for the undocumented immigrants, Walker as a plaintiff to a Texas federal lawsuit to stop DACA/DAPA to legalize DREAMERS including their parents and Walker's belief that children born in the U.S. from undocumented parents should not be entitled to a citizenship birthright.

Editor's note: Governor Walker in Wisconsin evaded questions about his political views, but when he entered in the national level, he had to answer to questions and his incompetance, lack of knowledge of issues and ignorance of the plight of working people including the absence of a living wage in the state was noticed by American voters.

News video: WI Governor Scott Walker (R) in Madison ends bid for U.S. President https://youtu.be/5K-ojqS5ndY

Liz Mair, a former digital media strategist for the Walker campaign in her own perspective on Monday explained with multiple tweets why Walker failed in his bid for president after he suspended the campaign. (Click on image to enlarge)

Walker's speech to end campaign for the Republican nomination for president

 As a kid, I was drawn to Ronald Reagan because he was a Republican and a conservative. But most of all, I admired him because of his eternal optimism in the American people.

That thought came into my head when we were all standing at the Reagan Library last Wednesday. President Reagan was good for America because he was an optimist.

Sadly, the debate taking place in the Republican party today is not focused on that optimistic view of America. Instead, it has drifted into personal attacks.

In the end, I believe that voters want to be for something and not against someone. Instead of talking about how bad things are, we want to hear about how we can make them better for everyone.

We need to get back to the basics of our party:

We are the party that believes that people create jobs - not the government - and the best way to grow the economy is to get the government out of the way and build it from the ground up.

We are the party that believes that the way to measure success in government is by how many people are no longer dependent on the government - because we ultimately believe in the dignity of work.

We are the party that believes that a strong military leads to peace through strength and that will protect our children and future generations - we believe that good will triumph over evil.

We are the party that believes in the American people - and not the federal government.

These ideas will help us win the election next fall and - more importantly - these ideas will help make our country great again.

To refocus the debate will require leadership. While I was sitting in church yesterday, the pastor's words reminded me that the Bible is full of stories about people who were called to be leaders in unusual ways.

Today, I believe that I am being called to lead by helping to clear the race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. With that in mind, I will suspend my campaign immediately.

I encourage other Republican presidential candidates to consider doing the same so the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current frontrunner. This is fundamentally important to the future of the party and - ultimately - to the future of our country.

This is a difficult decision as so many wonderful people stepped up to support our efforts. Tonette and I are so very thankful for the many outstanding volunteers and the excellent staff who helped us throughout the campaign. You have become like family to us.

And speaking of family, I want to personally thank my wife Tonette - who has been a rock - as well as our amazing sons Matt and Alex. I thank my parents, my brother David and his family - and all of our other family and friends for their love and support.

Most of all, I want to thank God for His abundant grace. Win or lose, it is more than enough for any of us.

Thank you.

Ralph Lauren Discontinued Use Of Thunderbird Logo On T-shirts Similar To UFW Aztec Eagle

Thunderbird logo t-shirts were discontinued after a threat to take legal action against Ralph Lauren, a $7.62B NYC fashion designer by the United Farm Workers organization for alleged Aztec eagle logo infringement.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 21, 2015

Keene, CA - The Ralph Lauren Corporation, a $7.6B NYC fashion designer no longer distributes or sales its Thunderbird design logo t-shirt similar to the United Farm Workers (UFW) organization on the fashion market. In November 2013, the UFW launched a Facebook campaign to force the Ralph Lauren Corp. to stop exploiting the UFW Aztec eagle logo and even hired attorneys to challenge the multi-millionaire fashion designer Ralph Lauren in regards to an alleged logo copy right infringement. UFW attorneys threaten to file a copy right infringement lawsuit against Ralph Lauren.
Ralph Lauren Corp. has not released any information concerning the controversy over their Thunderbird logo t-shirt and the alleged Aztec eagle copy right infringement. 
Arturo S. Rodriguez, the President of the UFW organization admitted to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) while in Milwaukee, WI in July 2015 that the Ralph Lauren designer had apparently stopped making and distributing the Thunderbird logo t-shirt, but Rodriguez wouldn't go on record officially and didn't provide further details and asked HNNUSA to sent an e-mail to his UFW executive office requesting information. HNNUSA has attempted multiple times to contact Rodriguez via e-mail and through the UFW Facebook (FB) to get an official update and information about the controversial Aztec eagle logo copy right infringement allegation, but Rodriguez has not responded. The UFW still has its controversial Ralph Lauren Thunderbird and Aztec eagle logo issue posted on FB, but no update has been included by the UFW org.
The Ralph Lauren Corp. could not be reached for comment.
HNNUSA did a search on the fashion market and Internet to see, if the Thunderbird logo t-shirt similar to the UFW Aztec eagle was still available to consumers in the U.S., it was not available by Ralph Lauren. But, the controversial Thunderbird logo Ralph Lauren t-shirt can still be available on Amazon and several Internet websites when Googled.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

"El Gil" Taken Into Custody In Connection With 43 Ayotzinapa Missing Students

Mexican federal authorities arrested wanted fugitive on Wednesday in Taxco de Alarcón.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 20, 2015

Mexico City, Mexico D.F. - On Friday, the federal Attorney General's Office (PGRF) in Mexico City announced that Gildardo López Astudillo, aka, "Gil" was taken into custody on Wednesday at Taxco de Alarcón, Guerrero in connection with the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students. Astudillo was wanted for kidnapping and organized crime. He allegedly participated in the September 26-27, 2014 murders of six people, including 4 students, 25 injured students and with the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students.
Last November, Jesús Murillo Karam, the federal Mexican Attorney General (PGRF) confirmed that Astudillo had received orders from former Iguala Mayor José Luis Abarca Velázquez to eliminate the missing Ayotzinapa students. Astudillo texted Sidronio Casarrubias Salgado, the leader of the Guerreros Unidos (GU), a criminal organization that the students detained by corrupt Iguala and Cocula municipal police were members of a rival crime group called, "Los Rojos." Salgado knew that Abarca Velázquez and his wife, María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa wanted the students liquidated at all costs so, Salgado ordered his man to kill the students and to get rid of all DNA evidence.
Karam had claimed that the 43 missing students were tortured, killed and then burned at a Cocula municipal dump and their ashes discarded at a river nearby. The PGR's version of what happened has been disputed and local municipal police officers from Cocula and Iguala were arrested in the kidnapping, killing and missing of 43 Ayotzinapa students.
Karam stated in November that Cocula Mayor César Miguel Peñaloza Santana, former Iguala Mayor Abarca Velázquez, Pineda Villa, Salomón Pineda, aka, "El Molón" and Salgado were taken into custody, including 74 GU suspects, which 22 are Iguala municipal police officers and 14 other Cocula municipal police officers. Ten additional warrants were issued for other alleged criminals connected to the student massacre.
Former Governor of Guerrero Ángel Heladio Aguirre Rivero resigned in October 2014 after learning his political PRD party was moving to oust him in wake of the unrest and protests seeking justice for the missing students. Rivero's campaign for Governor was financed by the GU and was accused of attempting to cover up the student massacre. Rivero has not been charged of any crime.
The federal government investigation at the time indicated that the 43 missing students were turned over to the GU by corrupt Iguala and Cocula municipal police officers. Afterwards, they were taken to the Cocula municipal garbage dump and killed, then burned, according to three GU suspects, Jhonathan Osorio Gómez, aka, "El Jona," Agustín García Reyes, aka, "El Chereje" and Patricio Reyes Landa, aka, "El Pato."
New allegations have been raised that the Ayotzinapa students were ordered killed after they took a bus loaded with drugs or drug money from the Guerreros Unidos and local police along with members of the GU including Mexican military and federal police were involved in the murders, kidnappings and the disappearance of the students. So far, no federal police or military personnel have been taken into custody or connected to the missing students.
The latest allegation suggests that four laborers revealed that they were tortured by Mexican feds and forced to say that the 43 Ayotzinapa students were burned at the Cocula municipal dump, but evidence indicates the 43 missing students had to be cremated at a funeral home equipped with a crematorium.
The man made fire at the Cocula dump included garbage debris, tires and plastic bottles, which was not sufficient fuel to cremate the bodies as was reported by the PGR.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Become A U.S. Citizen Campaign Launched By Obama

8.8M legalized immigrants are eligible to become U.S. Citizens.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 17, 2015

Washington, D.C. - On Thursday, President Barack H. Obama launched become a U.S. Citizen campaign to protect the land of immigrants. 8.8M legalized immigrants can be naturalized, 3.3M are of Mexican descent, 640K Chinese are legalized and 2.9M can become naturalized, according to USDHS (2012). 11.2M Hispanics voted in 2012, 12.1M failed to vote or 82% of registered Hispanic voters cast their vote in 2012.

Make America Stand Stronger: https://youtu.be/tii6TcZ3f7M

Milwaukee's Latino And Afro-American Communities Lack Adequate CDBG Funding For Growth And Development

Walker's administration, Kleefish and Republican controlled legislature's failure to adequately fund CDBG!

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 17, 2015

Madison, WI - It's unfortunate that community based organizations in both Milwaukee's Southside Latino community and Northside Afro-American community including Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and the Milwaukee Common Council remain quiet about Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's administration, Lieutenant Rebecca Kleefish, and the Republican controlled legislature's failure to adequately fund the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).
The State of Wisconsin is facing a $2.2B budget deficit, lack of job growth and no living wage.
The first quarter of 2015, WI ranked 39th in job creation at 1.72%, but not surpassing the first quarter of 2011 at 1.9%. In the last four years, there has been less job creation per quarter in the state, since 2011, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What happened to employment growth in Wisconsin in the last four years? HNNUSA found that in 2011, Governor Walker had appointment Manuel "Manny" Pérez as Secretary of the Wisconsin Development of Workforce Development (DWD). Shown in a graph published by the Cap Times with stats from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows Wisconsin in 2011 at 20th position for job creation at the end of Governor Jim Doyle's (D) term, then it improved briefly to 17 position as best in the nation at the growth rate of 1.9%. This rate not only exceeded the national rate for the same period, but also has not been able to be exceeded by the State of Wisconsin in the last year's. Then it fell precipitously to 38th position, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the latest stats graph published by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The current improvement in the 30's -while an improvement- it is a small improvement compared with the 17 best in the nation during the first quarter in 2011. Walker promised that 250,000 jobs would be created during his first term, but only achieved more than half of what he promised.
In 2011 during the first quarter, Secretary Pérez was part of Walker's Cabinet. Sources on condition of anonymity at the DWD confirmed to HNNUSA that Secretary Pérez, the first Hispanic moderate Republican in Walkers cabinet, implemented successful approaches to help individuals from all walks of life without using any politics to get back to work, he was also very strict with financial controls, and ethics and he supported workforce and economic development with a passion and sincerity, according to the DWD sources.
Under DWD Secretary Pérez in 2011, Wisconsin jobs creation and job employment reached 1.9%, which has not been met nor surpassed by anyone Walker has appointed as DWD Secretary in the last four years. Former DWD Secretary Pérez respectfully gained the reputation as the "People's Secretary," DWD sources say.
Unfortunately, Governor Walker accepted DWD Secretary Pérez resignation. If Wisconsin had continued to see employment growing under Secretary Pérez, Walker would have had a chance to lock down the Republican nomination for President, but instead has lost his appeal in the race for job creation and has been bumped from a front runner in the Iowa polls to 10% this month and ending with less than 2%.
Walker was declared a loser in the latest CNN Republican debates by the Washington Post, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and WISN News 12 including others. Governor Walker will most likely end his bid for the Republican nomination for President.
The Walker campaign is expected to announce a major shake-up (removal or terminations) of key campaign staff members this weekend, but the end of the Walker bid for President is eminent.
Pérez could not be reached for comment.

Female Florida Felon Had 3,714 Swords, Knives And Fake Body Parts

Probation and parole officers and Hernando County Sheriff deputies discovered 3,714 swords, knives and fake body parts inside a home of a wanted female felon.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 17, 2015

Brooksville, FL - On Tuesday, the Hernando County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) reported that Nickcole Ellen Fay Dykema, 47, was taken into custody on a felony warrant for a probation violation. Both probation and parole officers and Hernando County Sheriff deputies served a warrant and Dykema resisted arrested. A non-lethal weapon (bean bag round) was used to subdue Dykema, but failed and they had to use a taser to take her into custody after she attempted to attack the officers with multiple swords.
The HCSO in a press release stated, that they found at least 500 swords and knives in a room and other rooms contained the same amount of weapons including fake body parts. During the confrontation inside the home, Dykema grabbed a machete or sword like weapon and almost struck Deputy Sergeant Chris Calderón in the face by just missing him inches away from his face.
Several deputies were reported injured while removing the blades and swords from Dykema's home. "It is believed that Dykema "booby trapped" many of the bladed weapons, blankets, floors inside, and even the yard outside the residence, causing injury to our personnel when dismantling and/or removing these items," the HCSO reported on Thursday.

Dykema was charged with

● Probation Violation (warrant), No Bond
● Property Damage/Criminal Mischief, Bond - $500
● Probation Violation (warrant), No Bond
● Probation Violation (warrant), No Bond
● Resist Officer w/o Violence 
● Assault on LEO, Bond - $11,000.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Local Hispanic Businesses In Milwaukee's Southside Targeted By Hate Mail

Multiple Hispanic businesses have been taunted and targeted by anti-immigrant hate mail around the Southside.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 16, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) has learned that multiple Southside Hispanic businesses have been targeted by anti-immigrant hate mail. Most of the businesses recently hit with hate mail, Campuzano Alterations, La Mexicana, Fiesta Salón & Spa,  Centro de Sonido and Taquería Aranda are owned by Mexican descent business owners. Voces de la Frontera (VDLF), an immigrant and workers rights organization have received multiple hate mail, according Primitivo Torres from VDLF.
The hate mail message is delivered by the U.S. Post Office in a Post Card form, so who ever handles the mail at a local or statewide post office should have noticed it, but regardless it was still delivered. It seems that the hate mail delivered to local Southside Hispanic businesses could be considered a federal hate crime by all standards.
The latest mailing of the hate mail seems to be sent by the same person and mentioned Veterans, a donation and refers to immigrants as "illegal Mexican Trash."
Part of the hate message reads, "Americans die for their liberty, their freedom, and their country - Not for illegal Mexican trash! Deport all of them- No Amnesty! No Jobs, No Sanctuary."
The person sending the anti-immigrant hate mail is very ill informed and doesn't realize that thousands of undocumented and legalized immigrants have served or continue to serve in the U.S. military today. Hundreds of those serving in the military have been deported for a misdemeanor or minor felonies to their country of origin and have been denied their Veterans earned medical and compensation benefits. (Source: Deported Veterans Support House in Facebook)
The business owners notified police of the hate mail and are investgating. The Postal Service didn't provide any help, according to the person who released and provided the post cards with the hate messages to HNNUSA.
Recent anti-immigrant sentiment, racists remarks, hate hysteria and talk about ending U.S. birthright to children born in the country to undocumented parents by Donald J. Trump, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker including 13 other candidates for the Republican nomination for President has sparked recent increase of hate against Hispanics in the U.S.

For more information about the contributions of Hispanics in the U.S. go to:

Hispanic Lives Matter In The U.S. And Have A $1.5T Purchasing And Voting Power http://alturl.com/2vg2v

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

EPN's Administration Made It Mandatory For Mexican Municipal, State And Federal Workers To Attend El Grito Event

Mexican municipal, state and federal workers forced to attend this year's El Grito event at the Zocalo Mall in Mexico City.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 15, 2015

Mexico City. Mexico, D.F. - On Monday, municipal, state and federal workers in the State of Mexico were forced by President Enrique Peña Nieto's (EPN) administration to attend El Grito event for Mexico's Independence Celebration at El Zocalo Mall on Tuesday night at midnight or face sanctions. An estimated 148 buses sponsored by EPN transported government workers to the Zocalo.
Municipalities from around the state send out letter's on Monday making it mandatory for municipal, state and federal employees to attend the annual Grito event.
A boycott call for El Grito at the Zocalo went viral on social media against EPN's narco-government and as a protest to thousand's of unsolved murders in Mexico including the missing 43 students from Ayotzinapa.

Enrique Peña Nieto's narco-government celebrates the 205th El Grito of the Independence of Mexico at El Zocalo Mall https://youtu.be/UqLgzczo_n0

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto called a "Culero" by protesters at the Grito event on Tuesday night https://youtu.be/9wSvOmXmvAI

Monday, September 14, 2015

More Than 14 Milwaukee Police Officers And Supervisors Involved In Multiple Arrests On S. 6th Street

Police converged at an apartment duplex on S. 6th Street and took multiple people I to custody.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 14, 2015
(Updated)

Milwaukee, WI - On Monday, more than 14 Milwaukee police officers including several supervisors converged at two apartment duplex at the 1700 block of S. 6th Street and took multiple people into custody, including a female. Milwaukee Police Sergeant Timothy Gauerke from the Chief of Police Office reported that, "Milwaukee Police investigated a family fight at that house on Monday, September 14th.  The caller initially said the fight included knives, which drew a large response.  Several subjects were issued citations."
The area from S. 6th Street to S. 5th Place and from W. Historic Mitchell Street to W. Becher Street is known as Crack Alley, according to police.

Lucia Hernández-Alvarez Charged With Killing Her Two Children In Kenosha

The suspect kept a detailed journal how she suffocated her two children to death and mailed her sister a day before notifying her intend to murder the children.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 14, 2015

Kenosha, WI - On Monday, Lucia Hernández-Alvarez, 34, was charged with two counts of 1st-degree intentional homicide in connection with Saturday's murder of her two children, Alicia, 3, and Javier, 1. Her bond was set at $5M. Hernández-Alvarez is facing two life terms in prison, if convicted on both counts.
Hernández-Alvarez had tried to commit suicide, but survived. She was hospitalized on Saturday and was released on Sunday to Kenosha police custody.
According to the criminal complaint, Hernández-Alvarez kept a journal detailing how she suffocated her two children and what she did to herself. She also notified her sister by mail a day earlier that she intended to murder the children.
The father, Juan Arrellano discovered the bodies of the children in their room after he came home from work around 3:00 a.m. and also found Hernández-Alvarez who tried to overdose with alcohol and pills.

Gunfire By Waco Police Killed Nine Bikers At Twin Peaks In Texas

Sources in law enforcement in Texas have indicated that nine bikers killed at the Twin Peaks Restaurant in Waco in May was as a result of gunfire by Waco police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 14, 2015

Waco, Texas - Law enforcement sources in Texas have indicated that nine bikers killed in Waco at the Twin Peaks Restaurant parking lot on May 17 was as a result from gunfire by Waco police, according to forensic and video evidence withheld by the corrupt McLennan County D.A.'s Office, including Abel Reyna, the McLennan District Attorney himself and Waco police. All forensic and video evidence from the Twin Peaks biker massacre has been withheld and the release of video could result in criminal charges against Waco police officers and a Waco police detective that fabricated similar criminal charges against 170 bikers and several women to cover-up the biker massacre.
The McLennan County judges, Waco police, the Waco Mayor and the McLannan County District Attorney Reyna are known for their family ties in governing, political control, keeping the feds and the Texas State Attorney General's Office from taking over the biker cases resulting in allegations of corruption and a major cover-up of the Twin Peaks massacre.
The biker criminal warrant affidavits by Waco Police Detective Manuel Chavez illegally claimed without probable cause that all of the bikers detained engage in organized crime and were bonded by Justice of the Peace Walter H. Peterson who signed the warrants by Chavez and set illegal bonds of $1M each for the 177 arrested. Peterson can not preside over felony cases (only misdemeanor cases without jail time or bonds and civil cases up to $10k in liability), sign felony warrants or even set bonds, according to Texas state law.
Abel Reyna, the McLennan County District Attorney, Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman and other McLennan County judges knew that Peterson couldn't sign felony warrants and set excessive bonds, but kept quiet and proceeded to hold bikers on frivolous charges.
Reyna was able to have McLennan County Judges put a gag order for victims (bikers) charged and their defense attorneys not to talk about the pending cases. Ballistic forensic and video evidence was withheld from attorneys and the public including media since May. Attorneys for the majority of defendants have been filing for the forensic and video evidence to be release in order to get a fair trial.
The Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents representing most of the bikers charged confirmed that they will be filing a joint civil rights lawsuit against the Waco Police Department and McLennan County District Attorney Reyna for filing frivolous criminal charges against members (bikers) of the Confederation.

The following nine victims were killed by Waco police during the Twin Peaks Restaurant biker altercation between the Bandidos and Cassacks M.C.s in Waco, Texas.

● Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Wayne Lee Campbell, 43, shot in the head. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Richard Mathew Jordan Jr., 31, shot in the head.

● Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Jesús Delgado Rodríguez, 65, shot in the head. (Bandidos M.C. affiliate) Rodríguez was a Purple Heart recipient.

● Manuel Issac Rodríguez, 40. (Bandidos M.C.)

● Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest. (Cossacks M.C.)

● Matthew Mark Smith, 27. (Cossacks M.C.)


Breaking Update: Raw video leaked on October 29 of the Waco, TX biker Twin Peaks May 17, 2015 shooting http://bit.ly/1GNyTk7

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Anthony Bellanti Jr. Has Passed Away From His Motorcycle Related Injuries

Bellanti Jr. succumbed to his injuries after a motorcycle accident a week ago.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 12, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Saturday, Anthony J. Bellanti Jr., 35, passed away around 2:00 a.m. after succumbing to complications and deteriorating health related to serious injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on September 5 at W. Fond du Lac Ave. and W. Mill Road. Bellanti who was wearing a Milwaukee Outlaws Motorcycle Club t-shirt that read "Support your local Outlaws" was riding in the rear of a group of motorcycle riders when he lost control and struck a curb. Bellanti was not wearing a helmet. About a dozen motorcycle bikers riding with Bellanti continued riding away and failed to notice Bellanti's crash or that he was missing.
People driving through the crash scene and another biker from a different group stopped to provide aid until police and first responders arrived. Bellanti suffered a broken arm and elbow, multiple skull fractures, a broken leg in two places and road rash.
Bellanti remained in comma for most of the time at a local hospital and several surgeries were postponed due to his deteriorating health until his time of death.

Keller Mcquay Arrested In Connection With Vista Jackson's Homicide In Racine

McQuay taken into custody by Racine police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 12, 2015
(Updated)

Racine, WI - On Friday, Keller McQuay, 14, of Racine was taken into custody around 6:00 p.m. by Racine police. McQuay has been charged with 1st-degree reckless homicide, possession of a short barrel shotgun and possession of a firearm by a felon. Bail for McQuay was set at $250K and is facing 60 years for the reckless homicide, 10 years for possession of a weapon by a felon and 6 years for possession of a shot barrel shotgun.
He is being detained at the Racine Juvenile Detention Center for further proceedings and is charged as an adult. 
Police spotted McQuay in a vehicle near the area where Vista Jackson, 14, his girlfriend was fatally wounded. She was shot twice in the face with a shotgun on Thursday before 8:20 p.m. at her residence at the 1000 block of Albert Street.
Jackson was transported by Fight for Life to Children's Hospital in Milwaukee where she later died.
McQuay was wanted in connection with her death and was considered armed and dangerous. The motive for Jackson's murder has not been determined. Jackson's murder investigation is ongoing.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Tony Tran Charged With Sexually Assaulting Two Women At Knife Point

27-year-old suspect used knife in sexual assaults.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 11, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - Sexual assault suspect Tony Tran, 27, will appear in court on September 21 to face multiple felony charges for 1st-degree sexual assault with use of a dangerous weapon and two felony counts for armed robbery with use of force for the sexual assault of a 23-year-old woman near the 800 block of W. Greenfield Ave. and a 28-year-old women at the 1000 block of S. 19 Street in late August, according to court recourts. Tran's bail was sent $100,000 and if convicted on all counts is facing up to 200 years (60 years each count for 1st-degree sexual assault and 40 years each count for armed robbery including $100K in fines for each count) in prison and $200K in fines.
The two victims were sexually assaulted at knife point and robbed. The 23-year-old woman was sliced with a knife three times in the suspect's vehicle, but managed to escape. 
Police took Tran into custody on August 27 after the 28-year-old victim called police that she was sexually assaulted and her purse was stolen in an alley on S. 19 St. The victim gave a good description of Tran's vehicle and police were able to locate Tran's vehicle less than an hour later at the 1500 block of S. 15 Street. 
While police were investigating Tran's sexual assault, the 23-year-old woman spotted police and she told them that Tran had assaulted and robbed her too.



Thursday, September 10, 2015

Alderman Donovan Claims MPD Didn't Invite Him To Press Conference At His District

Alderman Donovan criticized the Milwaukee Police Department and its leadership for not inviting him to a press conference on his own Aldermanic 8th District.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 10, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Alderman Bob Donovan from the 8th Aldermanic District criticized the Milwaukee Police Department's leadership including Police Chief Edward Flynn for his exclusion from a press conference in his own district. 2nd District Milwaukee Police Station Captain Alfonso Morales, Alderman José G. Pérez from the 12th Aldermanic District along with local Milwaukee attorney Michael Hupy held a press conference in the 8th Aldermanic District to announce a $25,000 dollar reward offered by Hupy for information leading to arrest and conviction of a suspect or suspects involved in the August 9 mass shooting that injured Alfredo Bautista, 10. More than 40 gunshots were fired around 2:15 a.m. and Bautista was wounded once inside his home at the 2000 block of W. Lapham St. Police reported that Bautista's home might not have been the target in August.
Ald. Donovan became disappointed that he was not included in the conference to announce a $25K reward being offered and posted on his Facebook account for Milwaukee Mayor, "I am the Milwaukee alderman who is on the front line of the war against crime. I held a press conference in this street just a day after the August shooting. Yet, the Milwaukee Police Department's leadership didn't feel it was necessary to invite me to today's press conference. That says a lot about the department's leadership."
The 2nd District Milwaukee Police Station in the Southside located at the 300 block of W. Lincoln Ave. is having an Open House fromm noon to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, was Ald. Donovan invited too? Donovan didn't say he was invited to the Open House.

City of Milwaukee To License And Regulate Towing From Private Lots

City towing ordinance would prevent over charging and would require a license for towing companies to tow vehicles from private lots in Milwaukee.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 10, 2015

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, Milwaukee Common Council Licensing Committee (MCCLC) voted to begin licensing and regulating companies towing vehicles from private lots. People could pay a minimum of $50 to get their vehicles released to towing truck drivers on the spot before their vehicles can get towed from the lot. Also, the MCCLC decided to use a single license for junk dealers, scrape haulers and others.
The new City towing licensing regulation ordinance goes before the full Common Council for a vote on September 22, 2015.
Scrupulous towing companies targeted vehicles in private lots and towed them without police involvement and charged victims from $100 to 300 on the spot to release vehicles or more than $400 to get it release from a towing lot pound.
Wisconsin state law allowed towing companies to tow vehicles without a license and set a limit in charging for towing, but some companies over charged victims.
In March, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. reported that hundreds of Latinos in a weekly basis were subject to excessive towing costs for parking at a private lot located at 1247 S. César E. Chávez Drive. The private towing company ABYSS Towing used a look out spotter parked on the street from Monday to Saturday and kept an eye on who parks in the lot and if that person goes somewhere else to shop. Once the spotter can confirm the person is not doing business with the businesses that allow parking for their customers, then a tow truck is alerted and it comes to tow the vehicle within minutes.
Sometimes a flatbed tow truck is used, in that case, they tow one vehicle at a time and then park it a couple of blocks away. Once three vehicles are secured for towing, they are all towed at the same time.
If a victim can catch the tow truck driver at the scene and doesn't want the vehicle towed, the victim has to pay $200 in cash and some cases they wouldn't even get a receipt from a tow truck driver. If the tow truck gets to take the vehicle to a private tow lot, the victim will most likely have to pay between $150, $180, $250 and up to $350, not including storage costs.
In a regular day of towing, ABYSS Towing could clear more than $6,000 for towing at least 20 vehicles at $300 to $350 each. 
A State law (2013 WI ACT 76) took effect October 2014 allowing anyone to tow a vehicle without being bonded or licensed creating a scamming operation for profits. Under the 2014 state towing law, private towing companies are required to charge a maximum of $105 per regular tow and $20 per day for storage.

It's cheaper to get towed by the City from the street, including storage compared to ABYSS Towing, a private contractor getting towed from a private property. Checkout what the City of Milwaukee charges for towing, according to their Web site.

 ● The towing fee is $105.00

 ● The flatbed towing fee is $125.00, when a flatbed tow is required

 ●The relocation moving fee is $25.00 for uninsured drivers

 ●The outdoor vehicle storage fee is $20.00/calendar day

 ●The indoor vehicle storage fee is $30.00/calendar day


Video: ABYSS Towing autos from S. Chávez Dr. in Milwaukee: https://youtu.be/J5hwpgvjEHo

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

N1TV News Camerawoman Petra Laszlo Fired For Kicking And Tripping Syrian Refugees

Hungarian news camerawoman caught on video by other reporters tripping and kicking Syrian refugees as they flee from a camp.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 8, 2015
(Updated)

Roszke, Hungary - The N1TV news station in Hungary confirmed that Petra Laszlo, a camerawoman for the TV station has been fired after video surfaced showing her tripping a father and his child on his arm and kicking several Syrian refugees including a female teen fleeing a camp near the Syrian border.
The refugees have fled Syria after ISIS terrorists have been gaining ground and have been killing thousands of defenseless children, men and women. ISIS vowed to kill all Christians and non-Muslim Europeans.
N1TV's Editor in Chief, Kisberk Szabolcs in a press release stated, that they did not tolerate the "unacceptable behavior" shown by Laszlo and was terminated on Tuesday after video surface from other news reporters/cameramen.
Several political groups and a human rights group are seeking charges against Laszlo for assaulting refugees. Laszlo has gone into hiding since, her contract was terminated at N1TV.
One of the videos circulating and going viral was posted on Twitter by Stephan Richter, a German reporter who condemned Laszlo's abuse of Syrian refugees.

Hungarian N1TV news camerawoman Petra Laszlo fired for kicking & tripping Syrian refugees https://vine.co/v/etg9FxDViABhttps://youtu.be/aTszPKdYyqY


Update: Petra Laszlo released a statement to a Hungarian local newspaper saying, that she panic and snapped, was just defending herself and thought she going to be attacked by the refugees, she was sorry and didn't deserve negative comments and death threats she has gotten after the videos surfaced of her tripping a father with his child in his arms and kicking other refugees including a young girl.

Full Throttle Saloon In Sturgis Destroyed By Fire

Multiple fire departments battle a blaze that destroyed the popular biker Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 8, 2015

Sturgis, South Dakota - On early Tuesday, the Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis was destroyed by fire just after midnight, the Sturgis Volunteer Fire Department reported. Multiple fire departments from Piedmont, Vale, Whitewood, Sturgis and Fort Meade battle to contain the blaze.
No one was reported hurt, but the blaze spread to nearby buildings as well. The lack of fire hydrants in the property made it difficult to get water supplies to fight the blaze. Water had to be brought in from neighboring areas. 
The popular biker Full Throttle Saloon is owned by Michael Ballard and is featured in a cable TV show about bikers.
The cause of the fire in under investigation.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Go Fund Me Account Created For Sery Jones After Motorcycle Accident In Wisconsin

Jones was struck by vehicle while riding his motorcycle in Wisconsin, but was airlifted by Fight for Life to St. Paul over the Labor Day weekend.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 7, 2015

St. Paul, MN - On Monday, a Gofundme account was created to seek donations for Sery Jones, aka, "DaGodFather," who is a Milwaukee motorcycle riding enthusiast and a member of the Motopsychoz M.C. Jones was struck by a vehicle on Friday near Highway 29 and I-94 near Elk Mound, Wisconsin. Jones was traveling from Milwaukee to Minnesota when he was struck by the vehicle about 71.1 miles from St. Paul and due to his serious injuries, he was airlifted from the scene by Flight-for-Life to a local hospital in St. Paul. 
He has gone through surgery and is expected to have another one before being moved to Milwaukee. Jones will be transferred to a Milwaukee hospital by the weekend, according to the Gofundme account set-up by Tamara Sánchez. Sánchez confirmed that Jones had lost a leg due to the injuries sustained in the motorcycle/vehicle accident.
Jones was previously involved in a motorcycle accident in 2004 when a woman driver in a hit-and-run struck his motorcycle from behind.

Sery Jones Gofundme link at: http://www.gofundme.com/gq3kvqa4

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Several Motorcycle Accidents Reported, One Fatal Over The Weekend



An affiliate or supporter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club crashed in the northwest side of the City and a second unreleated motorcycle accident involved a 26-year-old man who died on early Friday.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 6, 2015
(Updated)

Milwaukee, WI - On Saturday, Milwaukee police responded to a motorcycle accident around 9:00 p.m. at W. Fond du Lac Ave. and W. Mill Road where a motorcycle rider lost control and crashed into the crub. According to police,  the motorcycle rider driving a Black Harley-Davidson was wearing an Outlaws Milwaukee Motorcycle Club t-shirt that read "Support your local Outlaws."
The biker suffered a broken arm, elbow and broke one of his legs in two places, skull fractures and road rash in his body. The biker is expected to survive and will have several more surgeries, according to family members.
One Facebook comment described the injuries of the caucasian biker as, "Man ...He was f__ked up...His leg was mangled..Lumps all over his head and bones sticking out of his arms.."
"The driver of the motorcycle hit the curb and suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and was treated at a local hospital," stated Milwaukee Police Sergeant Timothy Gauerke from the Milwaukee Police Department Chief of Police Office. He was identified as Anthony Bellanti Jr.
Bellanti was riding in the rear of a dozen riding pack of bikers, according to witnesses at the scene. The riding pack of riders kept on going and didn't notice the biker that crashed. Police continue to investigate the accident.
On Friday, police reported that a 26-year-old man riding a 1996 Suzuki around 2:25 a.m. apparently ran a traffic stop light and struck a 2004 Cadillac Escalate. The biker identified as Quintell "Q" Mo Bounce Noblin was heading southbound on N. 60th St. and struck the Escalate, which was heading eastbound on W. Capitol Drive.
Q Mo Bounce Noblin was taken to a local hospital where he later died. The 46-year-old woman driving the Escalate was not injured, according to police.
Q Mo Bounce Noblin rode with the Mo Bounce Motorcycle Sports Club, at least 5 of its members including the club president have lost their lives in tragic accidents in the last two years.
On Thursday, the annual Milwaukee Bike Rally 2015 began and ends on Monday. The motorcycle bike rally draws thousands of bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world to the City for the four day festivities at local participating Harley-Davidson dealerships and at the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Other reported motorcycle accidents in the state.

On Friday, Sery "DaGodFather" Jones was struck by a vehicle on Highway 29 and 1-94 near Elk Mound, Wisconsin. He was transported by Fight for Life to a local hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. He lost part of his left leg and is recovering.
In an unrelated accident, Jeremiah Armstrong was reported killed in a motorcycle accident on N. 35 Street and W. Capitol  on Tuesday.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Man Who Suffered Stroke At Sheepshead Bay Train Station Is Saved By NYC Transit Cop

NYC Transit Police Officer Qiang Shi saved the life of a 19-year-old man after suffering a heart stroke.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 5, 2015

New York City, New York - The New York Police Department (NYPD) reported that on August 15, Transit Police Officer Qiang Shi, an 11-year veteran on the department saved Rio Ferrer, 19, who had suffered a near fatal heart stroke (cardiac arrest) at the Sheepshead Bay train station platform. Ferrer's mother referred to Officer Shi as a "Guardian Angel" for saving her son. Officer Shi who was in the lower train platform area quickly went to aid Ferrer after someone notified him of Ferrer's emergency and he was able to get Ferrer to breath again by applying CPR and giving him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Ferrer is expected to make a full recovery, according to doctors.
The whole incident was video cell recorded by Auystine Pérez at the train station platform. ( Video link: https://youtu.be/-86J9GxZ1NQ )
The NYPD News reported, Ferrer's mom, Dianne Ferrer, sent a letter to the NYPD's Chief of Transit and called Police Officer Shi her son's "guardian angel" and thanking him for saving him. They met with Police Officer Shi last Tuesday to personally thank him.
"I was speechless. I cried, and cried. I hugged him and I was hugging him for the next half hour," said Ms. Ferrer. "There were no words to express my gratitude."
Ferrer's mother on September 2 sent a letter to NYPD Transit Chief Joe Fox, she wrote, "On August 15th, 2015, I experienced a mother's nightmare. At approximately 1:00 pm while waiting for a train at the MTA Sheepshead Bay station in Brooklyn (B & Q lines), my nineteen (19) year old son Rio Ferrer collapsed onto the train platform and went into cardiac arrest. As he lied on the train platform his heart stopped beating and he stopped breathing. People on the platform called 911 and ran downstairs from the elevated platform to seek assistance. Appearing on the platform moments later is New York City Police Officer Qiang Shi shield #16871 of the NYPD Transit District 34, who I refer to now as my son's guardian angel on that day. Officer Shi quickly assessed the situation and started CPR on my son. He did so as my son lied a couple of feet from the edge of the train platform as trains pulling into the station sped by. He did so despite the area around my son's chin being covered in blood due to a gash he suffered from his fall to the train platform. Officer Shi was calm, cool, and collected as he performed CPR, radioed for an ambulance, and kept the area around my son clear on that extremely hot August afternoon so my son could breath air once he was revived. When my son started breathing again Officer Shi spoke with him letting him know he was not alone and encouraged him not to go to sleep as they waited for medical assistance.
"Police Officer Shi reacted quickly minimizing the time my son's brain was without oxygen. Because of his actions my son did not suffer permanent brain damage. He does suffer from memory loss, which will hopefully come back in time. He is still hospitalized but recovering everyday. He has a second chance at life thanks to the heroic actions of New York City Police Officer Qiang Shi who was equipped with CPR training, compassion, and professionalism.
"Police Officer Shi is a true hero and an excellent example of a New York City Police Officer. I am sharing my story with hope that the New York City Police Department recognizes him for his heroic actions. I would greatly appreciate the department arranging a meeting where I can meet Police Officer Qiang Shi and thank him in person for his heroic actions and for saving my son's life."
Officer Shi received a badge made of Legos from Ferrer's 10-year-old brother, Conner Lawson.