(LAKEWOOD, Colo.) Court Report: A Lakewood man has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for the murder of his girlfriend #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Jan.21: Bemish, 52, was sentenced to mandatory life in prison without the possibility of parole.

#AceDailyNews says according to CBSLocal News Report: Karl Aaron Bemish Sentenced To Life In Prison After Admitting He Murdered Girlfriend Hilary Engel In 2020: Karl Aaron Bemishpleaded guilty on Jan. 14 to murdering his girlfriend Hilary Engel, 45, in 2020 by January 19, 2022 at 10:18 am

“We are thankful for the prosecution’s work on this case, and that even though we continue to grieve the loss of Hilary, we believe this result was the best available outcome,” Engel’s family said in a statement through the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

On Dec. 29, 2020, Engel was reported missing by her father after she was last seen dropping her son off at daycare the previous morning. Her body was later discovered in her home, hidden underneath a bed. Lakewood police said it appears Engel was strangled at a home in the 2100 block of South Coors Circle in the Green Mountain neighborhood.

Investigators tracked Bemish to a hotel in Trinidad, after he had driven Engel’s car and used her ATM card to get money. As part of the plea agreement, Bemish admitted that he caused Engel’s death by strangulation.

“This is not a case that my office felt appropriate to negotiate,” Senior Deputy District Attorney Amanda Lessman told the court. “A plea to Murder One and its coinciding life sentence is appropriate.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Jan.21: 2022:

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(SUPERIOR, Colo.) LATEST: Marshall Fire Report: Some residents who were under evacuation and pre-evacuation orders were allowed to return home Saturday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Jan.03: Many other areas remain closed, including downtown Superior and areas down South Pitkin Avenue, Indiana Street or Eldorado Drive, Original Town, Coal Creek Crossing or the Sagamore neighborhood.

#AceDailyNews says according to CBSLocal News Report: Some Superior Residents Take First Look At Homes, Evaluate Next Steps that included people living north of Rock Creek Parkway and south of Coalton Road: By January 2, 2022 at 9:45 am

Water Shut Off To Marshall Fire Burn Area In Superior

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While officials are asking people to stay away from evacuated areas, many still parked outside and hiked in hoping to get a better view of the status of their homes.  

“It’s really surreal,” said Heidi Porter. “I’m not used to seeing my neighborhood like this.”  

Porter’s home on Andrew Drive is one of 332 structures in Superior destroyed in the Marshall Fire. In total, officials estimate 991 were destroyed across Boulder County. 

After seeing her home, Porter described first being devastated by the sight, but then feeling a sense of peace.  

“I saw it burning on the news, but I didn’t know to what degree,” Porter said. “Now that I can see it’s just gone. That’s probably healing in itself in knowing now we can move forward and figure out what next steps we need to do.”  

For those more fortunate, the next steps were much different. Some grabbed belongings from their still-standing homes and others checked utilities ahead of a frigid night.

“We won’t get the gas turned on probably for a day or two,” said Colleen Tingle, who said her home on Erie Lane appeared untouched by the fire.  

On Saturday, town leaders voted to extend a local disaster emergency order. In the same meeting, officials said the power was mostly restored around town, but gas service is still a work in progress.  

 “Their goal is to begin relights by tomorrow and have 25% of the outages done by tomorrow and then by the 4th of January have 100% of the town relit, said Superior Mayor Clint Folsom.  

The Town of Superior has also shut off water in the burn area to keep pipes from freezing and bursting. When that changes, or when more people can return home, remains unclear. 

“At this point, I’m going to be so relieved to just be in my home, that I really don’t care about anything else at this point,” said Tingle.  

At the Saturday night meeting, town leaders also provided more updates. They said they expect the boil water advisory to remain until mid-week but have no timeline on the return of internet or telecommunications since a major fiber line was damaged near the Element Hotel.

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Jan.03: 2022:

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(LAKEWOOD, Colo.) LATEST: Police are unwinding a complicated and grim story of the actions of 47-year-old Lyndon McCleod, the apparent shooter in a killing spree in Denver on Monday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.30: This individual was on the radar of law enforcement,” said Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen. “There were two previous investigations into this individual’s actions. Neither of those investigations resulted in state or federal charges.”

#AceDailyNews according to CBSLocal Police Update Report: Lyndon McLeod Knew 4 Of 5 Victims Killed In Shooting Spree, Was ‘On The Radar’ Of Law Enforcement: December 29, 2021 at 10:34 am

Pazen declined to elaborate on what those investigations involved or whether there were prior threats from McCleod.

However, information emerged of McCleod’s previous connections to the tattoo business and publishing.

McCleod formed a publishing company in the mid-2000s called Flat Black Ink. The company’s status with the state has been delinquent for several years. But McCleod published three books via the company entitled Sanction, Sanction II and Sanction III, under the pseudonym Roman McClay. Online readers note on Amazon that the books contain rants about topics like diversity, women, globalization and fantasies about killing people.

He also posted several interviews and podcasts on YouTube, as recently as five months ago.

(credit: YouTube)

On an Instagram page, called @sanctionthebook, which has now been taken down, McLeod posted a photo of himself holding a long gun.

(credit: Instagram)

Police believe McLeod was targeting most of his victims.

“Certainly the Denver incidents, the one Broadway, the Williams, the individual he was targeting on 6th Avenue, those were known to him… There were prior relationships either personal relationships, business relationships that were involved there,” said Matt Clark, supervisor of Denver’s Major Crimes Division.

(credit: CBS)

On Wednesday, the coroner confirmed 67-year-old Michael Swinyard was shot to death in 1200 block of North Williams Street, and 44-year-old Alicia Cardenas and 35-year-old Alyssa Gunn were shot and killed at Sol Tribe Tattoo at 1st and Broadway.

The worker at the Hyatt House who died Tuesday, becoming the fifth victim in the shooting, 28-year-old Sarah Steck, was likely not known to McCleod. Clark said there were, “Previous interactions with the hotel, not necessarily that clerk.”

(credit: CBS)

The Lakewood Police Department agent who was shot continues to recover. Police said she was in stable condition, at last word, with an abdomen injury and would likely need a second surgery. The agent was wearing a protective vest when she was shot at South Vance Street and West Alaska Drive.

Investigators now say her actions likely prevented further tragedy.

“I just cannot emphasize enough is how heroic this Lakewood agent is,” said Lakewood Public Information Officer John Romero.

Investigators say that even after being shot, she returned fire, killing McCleod.

“She took a situation that was already horrendous and put herself in harm’s way to stop it before it got even worse,” said Romero. “We are beyond proud of her actions and the lives that she likely saved because of her acts last night.”

The agent’s identity will likely be released Wednesday Romero said. She is a three year veteran of the force.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Dec.30: 2021:

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(COLORADO) Cold Case Murder Report: Man arrested on suspicion of killing girl, 15, in San Francisco in 1978 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.21: A man was arrested in Colorado on suspicion of killing a teenage girl in san Francisco more than four decades ago. Detectives say he may be a suspect in other unsolved homicides.

#AceDailyNews says according to The Guardian News Report: Detectives say 76-year-old Mark Personette, linked to death of Marissa Harvey, may be suspected in other unsolved homicides……

Mark Stanley Personette, 76, was arrested in suburban Denver on Thursday following a joint operation by San Francisco police, the FBI and the Jefferson county sheriff’s office, authorities announced on Sunday.

He was booked for investigation of homicide in connection with the 1978 death of Marissa Harvey.

It was not known if Personette had an attorney who could speak in his behalf.

Harvey, 15 and from New York, was visiting family in San Francisco when she did not return from a day trip to Golden Gate Park. Her body was found a day later, in nearby Sutro Heights Park.

The San Francisco police department said in a statement investigators used the best available technology at the time and exhausted every lead but the case went cold.

In October 2020, they reopened the investigation and determined Personette to be a suspect using “advanced investigative methods”, the statement said.

“For more than four decades, Marissa Harvey’s family members have been relentless advocates to bring her killer to justice, and we hope this development in the case begins to bring a measure of healing and closure they’ve been too long denied,” said the San Francisco police, chief Bill Scott.

Scott also thanked forensic scientists and “other unsung heroes” who helped solve the case.

Police released booking photos of Personette taken over several decades, including a 1979 arrest in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, and urged law enforcement agencies nationwide to review unsolved sexual assault-related homicides involving young women to determine if there is a connection to Personette.

Information about his criminal history was not released.

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(USA) JUST IN: Storm Report: Blinding dust storm moving at 90mph ‘hurricane-strength’ winds blanket HALF of Kansas and six other states wreaking HAVOC #AceWeatherDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Dec.18: A blinding dust storm with powerful winds of 90mph tore through half of , knocked over semi trucks in Colorado and fanned wildfires in the Oklahoma panhandle, just days after dozens of powerful tornadoes left a trail of death and destruction in five states.

#AceDailyNews says according to MailOnline News Report: Life-threatening’ weather wreaks havoc for 100 MILLION people across the heartlands: At least 300K are without power after dust storm barrels through Kansas, 107MPH wind topples trailers in Colorado and tornadoes touch ground in six other states

Published: 00:43, 16 December 2021:

The extreme winds, amid some record-high temperature, affected 100 million people in states throughout the Midwest and Great Plains with the National Weather Service calling it a ‘historical weather day.’

‘The Central US has never seen a December storm like this,’ tweeted Bill Karins, a meteorologist for MSNBC, saying it was ‘multi-hazard, life threatening weather today.’

Winds of 70 to more than 100 miles per hour have already torn through the area, ripping off roofs, overturning 18-wheelers and leaving at least 380,000 people without power as of 8.30pm Wednesday throughout Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. 

At least five deaths have been attributed to the storm, with three killed in two separate car accidents in Kansas, one person crushed by a tree in Minnesota and a truck driver who died when high winds rolled over his vehicle in Iowa.

Deer stand in a field near a wildfire near Ness City, Kansas on Wednesday after winds across the central and northern plains on Wednesday resulted in several road closure and wildfires
Deer stand in a field near a wildfire near Ness City, Kansas on Wednesday after winds across the central and northern plains on Wednesday resulted in several road closure and wildfires
Community members survey the damage after a strong thunderstorm swept through Hartland, Minnesota on Wednesday
Community members survey the damage after a strong thunderstorm swept through Hartland, Minnesota on Wednesday
Several buildings can be seen damaged on the southside of Neola, Iowa on Thursday a day after a storm tore through the area
Several buildings can be seen damaged on the southside of Neola, Iowa on Thursday a day after a storm tore through the area
An electrical worker in Harland, Minnesota assess the damage caused by a strong thunderstorm that swept through the town on Wednesday night
An electrical worker in Harland, Minnesota assess the damage caused by a strong thunderstorm that swept through the town on Wednesday night
Hartland, Minnesota residents help with the clean up effort and clear fallen trees after a strong thunderstorm swept through the town Wednesday night
Hartland, Minnesota residents help with the clean up effort and clear fallen trees after a strong thunderstorm swept through the town Wednesday night
A day after severe weather produced strong gusts of wind, grain trailer sits among the debris of a farm building damaged by the storm in Jefferson, Iowa
A day after severe weather produced strong gusts of wind, grain trailer sits among the debris of a farm building damaged by the storm in Jefferson, Iowa
A utility pole leans over a field near Jefferson, Iowa, on Thursday the day after an intense storm that produced winds well above 70 miles per hour tore through the Midwest
A utility pole leans over a field near Jefferson, Iowa, on Thursday the day after an intense storm that produced winds well above 70 miles per hour tore through the Midwest
A grain bin in Greene County, Iowa completely collapsed under the force of powerful winds that tore through Iowa on Wednesday, downing power lines and leaving Iowans without electricity
A grain bin in Greene County, Iowa completely collapsed under the force of powerful winds that tore through Iowa on Wednesday, downing power lines and leaving Iowans without electricity
A cleanup goes underway on Thursday on a farm near Jefferson, Iowa, on Thursday one days after a storm tore through the state leaving residents without electricity
A cleanup goes underway on Thursday on a farm near Jefferson, Iowa, on Thursday one days after a storm tore through the state leaving residents without electricity
A sheet of metal is wrapped around the stump of a utility pole near Jefferson, Iowa after strong winds and tornadoes tore through the state on Wednesday
Sheets of metal litter a field south of Jefferson, Iowa on Thursday in the aftermath of Wednesday’s severe weather in the state that even led to tornadoes
Sheets of metal litter a field south of Jefferson, Iowa on Thursday in the aftermath of Wednesday's severe weather in the state that even led to tornadoes
Sheets of metal litter a field south of Jefferson, Iowa on Thursday in the aftermath of Wednesday’s severe weather in the state that even led to tornadoes
A powerful winter storm front was captured in Boulder, Colorado on Wednesday morning with the wall of wind expanding rapidly within a minute
A powerful winter storm front was captured in Boulder, Colorado on Wednesday morning with the wall of wind expanding rapidly within a minute
A Department of Streets and Sanitation worker gets to work on removing a tree that collapsed on several cars after strong winds passed through Chicago
A Department of Streets and Sanitation worker gets to work on removing a tree that collapsed on several cars after strong winds passed through Chicago
After a night of powerful winds, members of the Chicago Fire Department remove a section from a building that was beginning to dangle over a sidewalk near the intersection
After a night of powerful winds, members of the Chicago Fire Department remove a section from a building that was beginning to dangle over a sidewalk near the intersection
A downed utility pole was ripped from the root and lays in front of a Chicago home the morning after a powerful storm
A downed utility pole was ripped from the root and lays in front of a Chicago home the morning after a powerful storm
Overnight extreme weather in the Midwest caused a large tree to collapse onto a home in Ogden, Iowa, destroying the entrance of the one story house
Overnight extreme weather in the Midwest caused a large tree to collapse onto a home in Ogden, Iowa, destroying the entrance of the one story house
The Rudd Library in Floyd County is completely demolished by a possible tornado that passed through the state of Iowa
The Rudd Library in Floyd County is completely demolished by a possible tornado that passed through the state of Iowa
Extreme damage to a structure in the Clifton area after a storm blew through northeast Kansas on Wednesday night
Extreme damage to a structure in the Clifton area after a storm blew through northeast Kansas on Wednesday night
The terrifying moment a moving truck falls over due to high winds in Lincoln, Nebraska on Wednesday
The terrifying moment a moving truck falls over due to high winds in Lincoln, Nebraska on Wednesday
A large tree in Greenfield, Iowa is almost completely blown away following a historical storm that tore through the Midwest
A large tree in Greenfield, Iowa is almost completely blown away following a historical storm that tore through the Midwest
A garage door in Gunthrie Center, Iowa is blown off following extreme weather that carried winds of 70 to more than 100 miles per hour in the area
A garage door in Gunthrie Center, Iowa is blown off following extreme weather that carried winds of 70 to more than 100 miles per hour in the area
An Outdoor Learning Environment roof was completely ripped off in Iowa after 'Life-threatening' weather wreaked havoc for millions of residents across the heartlands
An Outdoor Learning Environment roof was completely ripped off in Iowa after ‘Life-threatening’ weather wreaked havoc for millions of residents across the heartlands
Tree branches cover a GMC truck in northeast Kansas that was damaged in a blinding dust storm that overtook parts of the Midwest
Tree branches cover a GMC truck in northeast Kansas that was damaged in a blinding dust storm that overtook parts of the Midwest
Branches on a tree in front of a sorority house by Kansas State University are torn apart following the powerful storm that tore through the area this week
Branches on a tree in front of a sorority house by Kansas State University are torn apart following the powerful storm that tore through the area this week
A tree is torn apart by storm damage in northeast Kansas after an overnight storm with powerful winds that reached up to 100 miles per hour devastated the Midwest
A tree is torn apart by storm damage in northeast Kansas after an overnight storm with powerful winds that reached up to 100 miles per hour devastated the Midwest
A semi truck tipped over in Kansas on the I-70 going from Hays to Topeka due to the strong winds from the powerful storm that tore through northeast Kansas
A semi truck tipped over in Kansas on the I-70 going from Hays to Topeka due to the strong winds from the powerful storm that tore through northeast Kansas
IOWA: A tornado was seen approaching I-80 near Atlantic, Iowa, as a semi truck rolled eastward
IOWA: A tornado was seen approaching I-80 near Atlantic, Iowa, as a semi truck rolled eastward
KANSAS: Photos and video posted to social media showed visibility greatly reduced in the dust storm that spread over Kansas
KANSAS: Photos and video posted to social media showed visibility greatly reduced in the dust storm that spread over Kansas
OKLAHOMA: Smoke billowed throughout the sky in Guymon, Oklahoma, in the panhandle of the state
OKLAHOMA: Smoke billowed throughout the sky in Guymon, Oklahoma, in the panhandle of the state
COLORADO: A cloud of dust storms is seen in Boulder, Colorado as the storm passed through
COLORADO: A cloud of dust storms is seen in Boulder, Colorado as the storm passed through
COLORADO: The storm clouds came at an astonishing pace, darkening a day of blue skies
COLORADO: The storm clouds came at an astonishing pace, darkening a day of blue skies
COLORADO: A rainbow formed over the massive dust clouds as the storm spread into Colorado on Wednesday
COLORADO: A rainbow formed over the massive dust clouds as the storm spread into Colorado on Wednesday
New Mexico: A powerful storm on Wednesday overturned some small planes at the Santa Fe Regional Airport
New Mexico: A powerful storm on Wednesday overturned some small planes at the Santa Fe Regional Airport
MISSOURI: The winds were so severe, at 90mph, that they even managed to knock over an 18-wheeler in the storm
MISSOURI: The winds were so severe, at 90mph, that they even managed to knock over an 18-wheeler in the storm
The storm hovered over Kansas Wednesday evening, extending into Missouri and Colorado
The storm hovered over Kansas Wednesday evening, extending into Missouri and Colorado
Much of the Central US was under a weather warning on Wednesday as the storms rolled in
Much of the Central US was under a weather warning on Wednesday as the storms rolled in

Powerful winds blow dust through Kansas 

Footage of the powerful storm in Kansas, where wind gusts reached up to 90mph, show the winds whipping red dust at such high speeds that meteorologists warned ‘It’s zero visibility,’ as drivers were forced to pull over and put on their brake lights. 

‘Visibility was extremely low,’ Jaclyn Liberator, who took a video of the dangerous storm, told .

‘There was one point depending on which car was in front of us… like we couldn’t even see it was a flat bed truck, and we couldn’t even see it was pulling the flatbed we saw only 10 feet of the flatbed so basically 10 to 20 feet in front of us.’

Dust storms and earthquakes: Kansas is hit with several natural disasters in one day 

Just hours before a powerful dust storm passed through Kansas, greatly reducing visibility and taking down power lines, those in Saline County experienced four earthquakes.

The first occurred on Tuesday afternoon shortly after 4pm when a 2.5 magnitude quake shook Gypsum.

Then in the early hours of Wednesday, a 4.0 magnitude quake rocked the same area, and a third, this time at a magnitude of 3.4, struck later in the morning.

And a fourth,  3.1 magnitude quake, occurred just after 12.17pm on Wednesday. 

The National Weather Service has issued a severe wind advisory for Leavenworth County, and urged residents to seek shelter and avoid windows in the storm, while the Kansas Department of Transportation also reported that highways throughout the state are closed, and staff had to be evacuated from the air traffic control center of the Kansas City International Airport, likely causing diversions and delays during the busy holiday season. 

The National Weather Service in Wichita said wind in the city of Russell hit 100mph at the airport at about 4pm. 

But the brunt of the storm appeared to strike Hutchinson and central Kansas between 4pm and 5pm, the reports.

In just that one hour, power outages around Hutchinson shot up from 48, impacting around 500 customers, to more than 455, affecting more tan 5,700 customers.

And by 5.15pm, the number had limed to 672 outages, with some 7,835 customers left in the dark, as emergency personnel throughout the region responded to downed powerlines and poles. 

A large storage facility in Hutchinson also collapsed Wednesday night, after witnesses saw the roof blow off from one side, as if ‘it was hinged,’ around 6pm, KWCH reporter Alex Flippin tweeted, with another reporter, Greg Payne on the scene as debris fell from part of a roof at the Kansas City’s Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport.

Officials say the roof of one of the hangars was ripped off during wind gusts up to 77 mph.

‘We have a roof that just came off,’ Payne said on his live broadcast Wednesday night, noting he wasn’t sure what he heard until he saw the debris start to fall. 

The winds also sparked fires throughout the central and western parts of the state, Jane Welch, a spokeswoman for the state’s Division of Emergency Management told the , saying at least one home was destroyed, but no deaths or injuries were reported.

Forecasters had earlier warned that the gusty winds, dry air and warm temperatures would create conditions rife for ‘an extreme to potentially catastrophic grassland fire.’

Eric Metzger, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Wichita, said the biggest blaze was in Russell and Ellsworth counties in the central part of the state, where two fires ‘merged together into one massive fire.’

‘It’s probably about 40 miles long,’ he said, noting that before Wednesday, Kansas had not had any rain for over a month.

‘I’ve lived out here for more than 20 years,’ he said. ‘This is historic for us.’

Welch also noted that the winds were so strong that it was too dangerous for emergency crews to fight the fires from the air, and the National Weather Service warned people they may need to evacuate.

In Wichita, meanwhile, the Air Quality Index was reported at 99, putting the city on the verge of unhealthy levels.

‘We are advising residents, especially those in sensitive groups, to consider limiting time outdoors until air quality improves,’ city officials wrote on Twitter. 

At 3pm, Gov. Laura Kelly issued an inclement weather declaration for Shawnee County, effectively closing state offices in the area, as a tornado warning had been issued for the western part of the state.   

A porta shed flew into a neighbors tree, propelled by the powerful winds from the powerful storm that ripped through northeast Kansas on Wednesday
A porta shed flew into a neighbors tree, propelled by the powerful winds from the powerful storm that ripped through northeast Kansas on Wednesday
KANSAS: A large storage facility collapsed in Hutchinson, Kansas collapsed after witnesses saw the roof blow off from one side as if 'it was hinged,' around 6pm, KWCH reporter Alex Flippin tweeted

Flying debris from Part of a roof of building flying off downtown airport as reports. — Joe Chiodo (@JoeChiodo) 

 Winds topple tractor trailers in Colorado

In Colorado, meanwhile, 107mph winds were powerful enough snap telephone poles and knock over tractor trailers, with more than a dozen down in the Pikes Peak region.

The Colorado Department of Transportation tweeted that several roads were closed due to the high winds and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Golden said a highway was closed due to downed power lines and a truck that toppled over. 

Mayor Kirk Crespen, of Lamar, Colorado, said crews have been out all day to try to clean up the damage caused by the winds as well as fix the broken telephone poles.

Mike Smaldino, a public information officer with the Colorado Springs Fire Department also said sustained winds of up to 100 miles per hour caused significant damage in the city.

‘Our own fire department roof has partly blown off,’ he told , noting: ‘Just on my drive into the city, I saw about a dozen semitrucks toppled over.’

COLORADO: The winds were so powerful that they knocked over tractor trailers, like this one in Colorado Springs. Paramedics are seen here tending to an injured person on the onramp of I-25 north
COLORADO: The winds were so powerful that they knocked over tractor trailers, like this one in Colorado Springs. Paramedics are seen here tending to an injured person on the onramp of I-25 north
COLORADO: Two semitrucks heading in opposite directions on I-25 were overturned in the storm
COLORADO: Two semitrucks heading in opposite directions on I-25 were overturned in the storm

He also said that calls into the fire department had nearly quadrupled after 5pm, saying: ‘We are dealing with gas leaks, grass fires from powerlines being down as well as smoldering trees.’

At Fort Carson, a US Army base in the state, winds caused major damage to one gate, forcing the base to clear it. 

A public information officer told CNN they are still assessing the damage at the base, but it appears to be minor and no injuries were reported.

Meanwhile, more than 500 flights were delayed into and out of Denver International Airport, with 146 canceled. The Federal Aviation Administration put in a ground delay until 6pm local time at the airport, according to 

But at one point, a full rainbow appeared above the dust clouds in the state. 

COLORADO: Members of the Colorado Springs Utilities Catamount crew removed a fallen tree that crushed a car
COLORADO: Members of the Colorado Springs Utilities Catamount crew removed a fallen tree that crushed a car
COLORADO: Passers-by took pictures of a tree after it fell in Arvada on Wednesday
COLORADO: Passers-by took pictures of a tree after it fell in Arvada on Wednesday
COLORADO: An electronic overhead sign warned motorists heading westbound on I-70 of the dangerous winds
COLORADO: An electronic overhead sign warned motorists heading westbound on I-70 of the dangerous winds

Massive fires prompt the evacuation of Oklahoma residents 

Portions of Oklahoma’s panhandle were also evacuated Wednesday afternoon, with all lanes of US Highway 287 closed down due to extreme winds, as fire crews battled massive wildfires in the region.

The large fires spread heavy smoke and caused poor visibility, forcing officials to shut down US 412 and US 64 near Guymon in both directions, with officials asking residents in the area to evacuate. 

The order was rescinded just a few hours later, with Comanche County Management saying the fire is under control. They still urged people to avoid the area, as five volunteer fire department crews remained on the scene.

And in Mooreland, fires were egged on by high winds and hay bales, reports.

Oklahoma: People in the panhandle were originally told to evacuate, but the order was later rescinded
Oklahoma: People in the panhandle were originally told to evacuate, but the order was later rescinded

‘I just got a call from a friend,’ resident Debbie Hargis said. ‘I was down doing taxes and she said “Are you watching? There’s a fire across from your house.”

‘So I came out and I started watering,’ Hargis told KOCO, noting: ‘I’ve been meaning to put a sprinkler system in for years. It’s going in this year.’

She was soon aided by other neighbors trying to help quell the fire.

‘This is a small community,’ she said. ‘Everybody helps everybody.

‘My neighbors down the street were just trying to help me get my hoses hooked up. So neglecting his own yard, helping me.’ 

Though the winds were starting to die down Wednesday night, the Mooreland Fire Department remained on the scene, watching for any embers that could land in neighbors’ yards.  

Tornadoes plow through Iowa and Nebraska

At least 13 tornadoes have been reported throughout Nebraska and Iowa on Wednesday, the National Weather Service has said, as winds topped 70mph through much of the two states. 

‘To have this number of damaging wind storms at one time would be unusual anytime of year,’ said Brian Barjenbruch, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Valley, Nebraska told the .

‘But to have this happen in December is really abnormal.’

IOWA: Photos were posted to social media showing the storms roll into South Ames, Iowa
IOWA: Photos were posted to social media showing the storms roll into South Ames, Iowa

The storm raced across the countryside and subsided quickly, the reports, but not without flattening some buildings in Jefferson, according to .

Officials urged people to remain in their homes Wednesday night, as Nebraska officials recorded windspeeds clocking in at 100mph,  reports. 

Greg Butcher, the city administrator in Seward, Nebraska, said he was standing in his office at city hall Wednesday when he saw a giant wall of cloud rolling toward him. Butcher said he braced for a major hit but so far the worst damage appears to be a few toppled telephone poles.

‘We lucked out,’ he said. ‘It came in really fast.’

The tornadoes came amid record-high temperature, with Omaha reaching 71 degrees on Wednesday morning. 

IOWA: An Iowa State Patrol trooper worked the scene of an overturned semi truck along the westbound shoulder of I-80
IOWA: An Iowa State Patrol trooper worked the scene of an overturned semi truck along the westbound shoulder of I-80

Winter weather blasts New Mexico

 A wind-driven snow squall brought several inches of rain to northern New Mexico early Wednesday morning, damaging homes, taking out power and even overturning small planes.

 As of just 10am on Wednesday, there were at least 10 homes ‘severely damaged,’ according to Taos County Information Officer Anissa Arrambide, though she noted to the : ‘There could be more, we are still getting in details.’

The high winds from the storm forced Taos High School to close on Wednesday morning, as at least a dozen power poles were taken down throughout the area.

In Santa Fe, several small planes were overturned and parked vehicles were damaged at the Santa Fe Regional Airport and large trees were blown down.

Elsewhere, the entire town of Los Alamos, representing 6,000 households, or about 12,000 residents, throughout the morning and early afternoon.

And in Gallup, residents reported near white-out conditions on Wednesday morning, according to . 

NEW MEXICO: Matthew Encinias, with Seeds of Wisdom, worked to remove a spruce tree that blew over to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assissi during a storm in Santa Fe
NEW MEXICO: Matthew Encinias, with Seeds of Wisdom, worked to remove a spruce tree that blew over to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assissi during a storm in Santa Fe

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Dec.18: 2021:

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(DENVER, Colo.) Independent Redistricting Commission Report: Approved a new congressional map minutes before midnight on Tuesday, in the latest test of whether citizens can draw legislative maps that are fairer than ones sketched by politicians and a sign that the redistricting process has kicked into high gear #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.30: Because the U.S. Census Bureau delayed releasing its new population numbers for several months due to the coronavirus pandemic, redistricting is happening at warp speed this year, as both political parties battle ferociously to shape maps that benefit them.

#AceDailyNews says that according to AP today ‘Colorado Commission Agrees On New Congressional Map’ in a once-in-a-decade redistricting bonanza happens as states adjust the boundaries of their congressional and statehouse districts to keep pace with changes in population.

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The new Colorado map must be formally approved by the state Supreme Court, but it culminates a breakneck process to redraw lines in the fast-growing state and add a new congressional district. That seat will go in the heavily-Latino suburbs north of Denver. The commission also made relatively minor changes to the state’s other seats, preserving a 4-3 balance of districts in favor of Democrats.

In an evenly divided country, redistricting can give one party a significant leg up. Republicans only need to flip four seats to regain control of the U.S. House of Representatives next year, for example, and several in the party anticipate being able to gain that many seats from redistricting alone.

Amid the partisan jousting, an increasing number of independent commissions have started drawing maps, hoping to take politics out of the process. Colorado is one of three states that has shifted to a commission system since 2010 after its voters in 2018 approved a pair of ballot measures laying out a new process. Democrats backed the measure, and the result is a congressional map that preserves four safe Democratic seats and three safe Republican ones, while creating a new, competitive district north of Denver.

That means the state, which voted for President Joe Biden by 13.5 percentage points last year, could end up with an evenly divided congressional delegation. It’s part of the reason some Democrats have become queasy about their party’s partial embrace of nonpartisan redistricting.

Still, Democrats in Oregon this week threw bipartisanship out the window, as the state’s Democratic governor signed a map drawn by statehouse Democrats who rescinded their deal with the GOP minority to jointly draw maps. In New York, Democrats may overrule their own redistricting commission so they can eliminate more Republican congressional districts. 

Meanwhile, Republicans in fast-growing Texas, which gained two congressional seats due to its population growth over the past decade, released a preliminary map that’d shore up their majority. In Georgia, where the GOP also controls the process, party leaders released a map that’d likely switch one Atlanta-area congressional district from Democratic to Republican control.

Because they control more state governments and have fewer commissions, Republicans hold the upper hand in redistricting, controlling the pen drawing 187 congressional districts while Democrats only have power to draw 75.

Still, Republicans are hemmed in by where growth has been happening in big, multicultural cities and suburbs that lean Democratic like Houston and Atlanta. That’s limited what Republicans can do during this cycle.

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(DUNMORE, Pa.) JUST IN: Four teenagers have been charged with a plot to attack a Pennsylvania high school in 2024, on the 25th anniversary of the massacre at Colorado’s Columbine High School, authorities said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.26: While the investigation is ongoing, I want to assure the parents, students and staff at Dunmore High School that we do not believe there is any active threat at this time,” District Attorney Mark Powell said in a statement. “We are relieved that this plot was uncovered before anyone was hurt and urge anyone who has information about potential threats of school violence to contact police immediately.”

#AceDailyNews says according to WPXI News Four Pennsylvania teens accused of plotting school attack on Columbine anniversary and a 15-year-old girl and 15-year-old boy are charged as adults and two other teenagers face juvenile charges in the plan to attack Dunmore High School, outside Scranton, on April 20, 2024, authorities said: Preliminary hearings are scheduled Oct. 4.

4 Pennsylvania teens accused of plotting school attack on Columbine anniversary FILE PHOTO: 4 Pennsylvania teens accused of plotting school attack on Columbine anniversary (Alexander Filon/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

A Molotov cocktail, components for bombs, writings on how to make bombs, and handwritten lists of guns, ammunition and tactical gear complete with prices were found at the girl’s home, investigators said in a criminal complaint.

The Times-Tribune reported that the girl’s mother and defense attorney Corey Eagen declined to comment, while the other teen charged as an adult had no lawyer during Friday’s arraignment. Powell declined to comment on the juvenile charges.

The mother of one of the teens charged as a juvenile discovered text messages on her child’s cellphone July 6 in which a group discussed plans to “shoot up the school,” investigators said in the complaint. The teen told investigators that he thought it was bluster until he saw 20 to 30 Molotov cocktails under the girl’s porch.

Dunmore schools Superintendent John Marichak told the newspaper he was appalled but relieved by the arrests. A statement on the district’s website said authorities had assured officials that there was “no current danger to students or staff.”

Principal Timothy Hopkins, who was one of the officials targeted, said he knows the two teens charged as adults and described them as quiet children who weren’t troublemakers. He said he had no idea why they would seek to harm him, other than his position as principal.

The two teens charged as adults were taken to the Northampton County Juvenile Justice Center following their Sept. 16 arraignment on weapons of mass destruction, terroristic threat, aggravated assault, criminal conspiracy and possession of explosive material charges. The girl is also charged with risking catastrophe because of the threat the explosive devices posed to family members and neighbors, police said.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Sept.26: 2021:

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(DENVER, Colo.) Court Report: Colorado school shooter sentenced to life in prison on Friday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.19: Devon Erickson, 20, was convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of classmate Kendrick Castillo, along with 45 other charges in connection with the 2019 attack at STEM School Highlands Ranch….

#AceDailyNews sys that a school shooter in suburban Denver was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Friday after a jury found Erickson partnered with fellow student Alec McKinney to plan the attack for weeks

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Castillo, 18, was hailed as a hero for trying to stop Erickson’s deadly massacre, which also injured eight people.

In this May 15, 2019, file photo, Devon Erickson appears in court at the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo.

A jury found Erickson partnered with fellow student Alec McKinney to plan the attack for weeks. McKinney testified he wanted to target students who mocked him because he was transgender.

Judge Theresa Michelle Slade added hundreds of years to Erickson’s mandatory life sentence after hearing lengthy and emotional testimony from survivors.

“I don’t think there is anything I can say to you, Mr. Erickson, that would make any difference,” Slade said, adding the shooter never tried to explain his actions.

Erickson was stone-faced as the verdict was read, but his voice broke when the judge asked him if he wanted to speak, right after his family members testified that they loved him.

McKinney was sentenced to life in prison last year, but could be eligible for parole after 20 years since he was a juvenile.

The two shooters targeted a dark classroom where students were watching a movie. They entered through separate doors to maximize the carnage, and planned to have McKinney die, either by suicide or at the hands of his cohort, according to prosecutors.

The massacre was thwarted when Castillo and two other students, Joshua Jones and Brendan Bialy, charged Erickson as his gun jammed. McKinney was arrested by a security guard.

“He killed Kendrick, and he didn’t care,” Jones said in court. “I would implore you to put him in jail for as long as you can.”

“The defendant is a loser,” Bialy said. “He walked into a classroom, armed, with vulnerable students, and he lost.”

Erickson’s father, Jim Erickson, read aloud the names of the victims and apologized to the community.

“We pray for these people every day,” he said through tears.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Sept.19: 2021:

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(BOULDER COUNTY, Colo.) CDPHE REPORT: Health officials are investigating plague activity, including a deadly case of a 10yr-old who died #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – July.23: The CDPHE lab has confirmed reports of plague in animals and fleas from six different counties. That includes La Plata County, where a 10-year-old died from causes associated with the plague.

#AceDailyNews says the death of a 10-Year-Old Girl In ‘La Plata County’ was associated with ‘The Plague’ as lab tests confirm the presence of plague in fleas mostly from human cases that are acquired directly from fleas: If detected early in infection, plague is treatable in both people and They Say It’s Kind Of Quietly Always Here’: Public Health Specialist In Colorado Discusses Bubonic Plague

July.22: 2021 at 12:28 pm

Symptoms include the sudden onset of high fever and/or swollen lymph nodes.

The CDPHE says two human cases of plague were reported in Colorado last year and both patients survived. Both people had exposure to sick animals.

Plague has been present in Colorado for at least 80 years. The most recent fatal human case confirmed in Colorado was in 2015.

The following actions can be taken to protect you and your pets from plague, according to the CDPHE:

– Avoid fleas. Protect pets with a veterinary approved flea treatment and keep them on a leash and out of wild rodent habitats.
– Stay out of areas where wild rodents live. If you enter areas inhabited by wild rodents, wear insect repellent and tuck your pant cuffs into your socks to prevent flea bites.
– Avoid all contact with wild rodents, including squirrels. Do not feed or handle them.
– Do not touch sick or dead animals.
– Prevent rodent infestations around your house by clearing plants and materials away from outside walls, reducing access to food items, and setting traps.
– Consult with a professional pest control company to treat the area around your home for fleas.
– Contact a veterinarian if your pet becomes ill with a high fever and/or an abscess (i.e. open sore) or swollen lymph nodes. Pets with plague can transmit the illness to humans.
– Children should be aware of these precautions and know to tell an adult if they have had contact with a wild animal or were bitten by fleas.

Health officials urge the public to call their offices if they believe an animal might be infected, or if they witness sudden die-offs of numerous wild animals, which could be a sign that the plague is present and spreading.

#AceHealthDesk report ………Published: July.23: 2021:

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(COLORADO) JUST IN: A flash flood in the Grand Canyon this week left a Michigan woman dead while other people had to be rescued from the dangerous waters, the National Park Service said Friday #AceWeatherDesk report

#AceWeatherReport – July.18: The flood that struck the Tatahatso Camp on the Colorado River on Wednesday evening left several people injured and two were reported missing, officials said.

#AceDailyNews says at least one woman dead and others rescued after flash flood in Grand Canyon at the time a rafting group was camping on the Colorado River when monsoonal rain hit.

Phil Helsel is a reporter for NBC News.July 17, 2021, 4:47 AM UTC

Michigan Woman Dies After Flash Flood in Grand Canyon: Tatahatso Wash during flash flooding in July 2018. (M. Jenkins / NPS file)

The next day, one of those missing was found alive and unhurt, but the second, Rebecca Copeland, 29, of Ann Arbor, was dead, the park service said. They were found by people on a commercial river trip.

The group caught in the flash flood was comprised of about 30 people on a river rafting trip, and they had pulled off the river to camp Wednesday evening, a park spokesperson said.

After the flash flood struck, five injured people were evacuated by helicopter, the park service said.

Sudden flash flooding is a danger in the Southwest desert because the environment can’t absorb much rain, and the water runs off into canyons and steep terrain, it said.

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(COLORADO SPRINGS) JUST IN: CSPD REPORT: A gunman shot dead at least six people and then himself at a birthday party on Sunday, US police said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – May.10: The suspect, a boyfriend of one of the female victims, drove to the residence, walked inside and began shooting people at the party before taking his own life,” the Colorado Springs Police Department said:

Colorado Springs: Gunman shoots dead six people and himself at birthday party: ‘The shootings took place at a mobile home park where families had gathered in one trailer to celebrate’

8 hours ago

A Colorado Springs police car. File photo
The Colorado Springs Police Department says it is “investigating to determine a motive” in Sunday’s attack

The motive for the attack is not known.

The victims were all adults, but a number of children were present in the trailer at the time. 

The identities of the victims and the attacker have not yet been released.

“This horrific act has resulted in the death of six adult victims. The children at the trailer were uninjured by the suspect and are now with relatives,” local police said. 

Police officers responded to a call at the Canterbury Mobile Home Park at approximately 12:18 local time (18:16 GMT).

“Upon arrival, officers located six deceased adults and one adult male with serious injuries who was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries,” a police statement said.

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers called it a “senseless act of violence”, saying: “Today we find ourselves mourning the loss of lives and praying solemnly for those who were injured and those who lost family members.”

In March, 10 people were killed in a mass shooting inside a grocery store in Colorado’s Boulder city. The suspected gunman was later arrested. He now faces 10 counts of murder.

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(COLORADO) Justice Dept Report: A man was sentenced on Tuesday to 60 years in prison for production, transportation, and possession of child pornography #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.28: According to trial evidence, in May 2018, Castillo traveled to his native country of Guatemala, and videorecorded himself sexually abusing a 13-year-old victim who was sleeping. Evidence from that video identified Castillo as the abuser. In addition to this videorecording, Castillo also possessed and transported additional images of child sexual abuse. Law enforcement agents discovered the child pornography evidence during an October 2019 search of a recreational vehicle that he was driving at the U.S. – Mexico border:

Colorado Man Sentenced for Sexual Exploitation of Children in Guatemala: ‘Alvaro Castillo, 64, of Englewood, was convicted by a federal jury of three counts of production of child pornography; one count of attempted production of child pornography; one count of transportation of child pornography; and one count of possession of child pornography on Nov. 18, 2020’

“Alvaro Castillo recorded himself committing unspeakable crimes against a defenseless child in a foreign country,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicholas L. McQuaid of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “The department is committed to identifying and prosecuting transnational offenders like Alvaro Castillo, and today’s sentence will protect children in Guatemala and the United States from such predatory behavior.”

“Child victimization is a crime that knows no borders and HSI, as a global investigative agency, is committed to working with its domestic and international partners to stop these criminals from exploiting innocent children anywhere in the world,” said Special Agent in Charge Erik P. Breitzke for Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) El Paso. “We may not be able to undo the damage done, but sentences such as today’s serve to hold child predators accountable and, we hope, help the victims heal.”

In addition to the prison sentence, Castillo was ordered to serve a lifetime of supervised release and pay $33,586.89 in restitution.

HSI investigated the case with assistance from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Trial Attorney Trial Attorney Austin M. Berry of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) and Assistant U.S. Attorney John Cannizzaro of the Western District of Texas are prosecuting the case.

This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse, launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and CEOS, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit http://www.justice.gov/psc.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Apr.28: 2021:

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(COLORADO) Justice Dept Report: A Colorado man was sentenced today to 60 years in prison for production, transportation, and possession of child pornography #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.27: According to trial evidence, in May 2018, Castillo traveled to his native country of Guatemala, and videorecorded himself sexually abusing a 13-year-old victim who was sleeping. Evidence from that video identified Castillo as the abuser. In addition to this videorecording, Castillo also possessed and transported additional images of child sexual abuse. Law enforcement agents discovered the child pornography evidence during an October 2019 search of a recreational vehicle that he was driving at the U.S. – Mexico border:

Project Safe Childhood: Colorado Man Sentenced for Sexual Exploitation of Children in Guatemala: ‘Alvaro Castillo, 64, of Englewood, was convicted by a federal jury of three counts of production of child pornography; one count of attempted production of child pornography; one count of transportation of child pornography; and one count of possession of child pornography on Nov. 18, 2020’

“Alvaro Castillo recorded himself committing unspeakable crimes against a defenseless child in a foreign country,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicholas L. McQuaid of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “The department is committed to identifying and prosecuting transnational offenders like Alvaro Castillo, and today’s sentence will protect children in Guatemala and the United States from such predatory behavior.”

“Child victimization is a crime that knows no borders and HSI, as a global investigative agency, is committed to working with its domestic and international partners to stop these criminals from exploiting innocent children anywhere in the world,” said Special Agent in Charge Erik P. Breitzke for Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) El Paso. “We may not be able to undo the damage done, but sentences such as today’s serve to hold child predators accountable and, we hope, help the victims heal.”

In addition to the prison sentence, Castillo was ordered to serve a lifetime of supervised release and pay $33,586.89 in restitution.

HSI investigated the case with assistance from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Trial Attorney Trial Attorney Austin M. Berry of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) and Assistant U.S. Attorney John Cannizzaro of the Western District of Texas are prosecuting the case.

This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse, launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and CEOS, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit http://www.justice.gov/psc.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Apr.27: 2021:

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(GREELEY, Colo.) Cold Case Murder Report: The Weld County Sheriff’s Office announced an arrest in 1979 homicide. James Dye, 64, is now behind bars in the death of Kay Day according to CBS4 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.29: She was a business lab monitor working nights at Aims Community College, and was last seen locking up her office’

Weld County Cold Case: James Dye Arrested For Murder Of Kay Day In 1979: Kay Day was reported missing in 1979: The next morning her husband, Stanley “Chuck” Day, realized she never returned home. He filed a missing persons report.

March 26, 2021 at 11:00 pm

Kay Day (credit: Weld County Sheriff)

On Nov. 27, 1979 Kay was found dead in a vehicle parked on the side of the road near her office.

Day had been beaten, sexually assaulted and strangled by a cloth belt from her own overcoat.

Weld County Cold Case Detective Byron Kastilahn was assigned to the case and was able to link Dye to Day. He was a student at the time and frequented the same areas Day did.

Kastilahn said Dye was allegedly linked to the death with modern DNA testing.

Dye was arrested earlier this week and is currently in custody in Hayes, Kansas awaiting extradition.

The case was the oldest unsolved homicide investigation in the Weld County Sheriff’s Office’s cold case files.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Mar.29: 2021:

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(WASHINGTON) JUST IN: Filmmaker and gun control advocate Michael Moore is under fire for declaring that by murdering 10 people in a supermarket the alleged Colorado gunman truly integrated himself into “our beloved American culture.” #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.25: The life of Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa shows that people can come from all over the world and truly assimilate into our beloved American culture,”Moore quipped on Tuesday night, a day after Alissa, a Syrian immigrant to the US, allegedly shot 10 people dead in a Colorado supermarket:

Liberal activist Michael Moore hammered for ‘vile’ tweet attacking American culture after Colorado mass shooting: Filmmaker and gun control advocate Michael Moore is under fire for declaring that by murdering 10 people in a supermarket the alleged Colorado gunman truly integrated himself into “our beloved American culture.”

24 Mar, 2021 17:33  / Updated 17 minutes ago

Liberal activist Michael Moore hammered for ‘vile’ tweet attacking American culture after Colorado mass shooting

The life of Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa shows that people can come from all over the world and truly assimilate into our beloved American culture. pic.twitter.com/snDMnGUG0i— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 24, 2021

Moore’s sarcastic tweet drew instant condemnation. “Did you really tweet this,” conservative activist Scott Presler replied“We allowed him refuge in our country & he repaid us by murdering our own people. This is [the] most heartless tweet I’ve seen in a long time.”

Yes, clearly “American culture” is to blame when a reportedly mentally ill Syrian immigrant who expresses hatred for Trump and concerns about “Islamophobia” shoots up a supermarket. You are egregiously terrible. https://t.co/sia85QpA0Q— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) March 24, 2021

Wow. You do hate your country , don’t you?— Obianuju Ekeocha (@obianuju) March 24, 2021

What a vile creature you have become.— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) March 24, 2021

just gave up on being any sort of decent human then, huh?— Jessica O’Donnell (@heckyessica) March 24, 2021

Moore has been an anti-gun crusader since some of these commenters were in diapers. His feature-length documentary ‘Bowling for Columbine’ examined America’s love affair with guns in the aftermath of the 1994 Columbine high school shooting, and since then he’s popped up after most high-profile mass shootings to demand tougher gun laws – and to try his hand at edgy humor.

“One proud White American, in less than 2 minutes, has killed TWICE as many Americans as ISIS has in 2 years,” he tweeted in 2015, after Dylann Roof shot up a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, adding the phrase “White Terrorists” for good measure.Also on rt.com ‘You don’t need our vaccine’: Michael Moore, other libs rage at Texas for daring to fight Covid-19 without authoritarian lockdown

Despite the initial assertions of dozens of mainstream journalists and pundits, Alissa is not a white man, so Moore didn’t get to attack “white terrorists” this time. However, he still found a way to turn the blame onto white America, tweeting, “Now that we know who the Boulder killer is, we will soon see the pundits & bigots harp on ‘Middle Eastern’ & ‘Islamic,’” adding: “a young man with anger issues & easy access to semi-automatic weapons who shoots up a nice town in Colorado is as American as apple pie.”

Now that we know who the Boulder killer is, we will soon see the pundits & bigots harp on “Middle Eastern” & “Islamic.” But make no mistake: a young man with anger issues & easy access to semi-automatic weapons who shoots up a nice town in Colorado is as American as apple pie. pic.twitter.com/KhJlx9aMVm— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 24, 2021

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Mar.25: 2021:

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(COLORADO) NSA REPORT: Early information suggests Boulder shooter planned to target the Trump rally in Colorado Springs, Feb 2020, but decided to wait until the next one on March 13 in Denver after 10 killed #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.24: In any case, it is noteworthy that the establishment media continues to spell the killer’s name “Alissa,” which of course is a common first name for women in the U.S. and thus gives the impression that he is an American non-Muslim:

Brother of Boulder jihad mass murderer detained, along with other family members after mass shooting at the King Soopers store in Boulder on Monday have been identified: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/2021/03/23/king-soopers-shooting-boulder-police-identify-10-victims/

“Ahmad Alissa, King Soopers Boulder Shooting Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know,” by Alyssa Choiniere, Heavy, March 23, 2021:

Ali Alissa told the Daily Beast he and his family have lived in Colorado for 20 years and said they are “so sorry” for the victims. He went to King Soopers shortly after the shooting, looking for another relative, and found his brother in a police cruiser. He was looking for their third brother, who left to run errands. They could not get in touch with the third brother. That’s when he learned Ahmad Alissa was a suspect, he said.

“I went to King Sooper that is close to our house to see if they are there, and then I saw a police car,” he said. “And then as I got closer to the police car, I saw my [other] brother was detained in the police car. That was 9:30 at night.”

“‘Very Anti-Social’: Suspect in Boulder Supermarket Massacre Was Paranoid, Brother Says,” by Pilar Melendez, Justin Rohrlich, Emma Athena, and Kelly Weill, Yahoo News, March 23, 2021:

ARVADA, Colorado—Authorities on Tuesday identified the suspect in the shooting deaths of 10 people at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulderas Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a 21-year-old with a history of violence whose brother said he was deeply disturbed….

Ali Aliwi Alissa, the suspect’s 34-year-old brother, told The Daily Beast that authorities searched his house all night after the shooting….

In the hospital, police asked Alissa several times if there were any other suspects inside the supermarket, a question he did not answer—“though he asked to speak to his mother,” the affidavit says….

His brother, Ali Aliwi Alissa, said he traveled to another King Sooper’s location after work on Monday to look for a third sibling who had run an errand and couldn’t be reached. He said he found that relative in police custody, and that he and more family members were detained as well.

Alissa’s family house sits on the edge of a quiet cul-de-sac lined with two-story homes and a mix of Aspens, evergreens, basketball hoops, and bird feeders. Multiple generations of the family call the house, with solar panels on the roof and a flagstaff path leading to the backyard, their home.

If the neighbors hadn’t seen the news online, they learned something was wrong around 9:30 p.m. Monday when an armada of vehicles arrived and stormed the block. “It looked like the house was surrounded by Navy SEALs,” said a 39-year-old pilot and neighbor, who was in bed next door when law enforcement arrived and declined to give his name….

On Tuesday morning, a woman who identified herself as an older sister answered the door of the Alissa family home. She said she was floored, and the family never suspected their brother capable of committing this act of violence. “We’re shocked. He is nice, a quiet brother,” the 30-year-old told The Daily Beast, declining to give her name.

On a now-deleted Facebook page, Alissa described himself as “born in Syria 1999 came to the USA in 2002. I like wrestling and informational documentaries that’s me.” He also said he was “interested in “computer engineering/ computer science…. kickboxing.” Posts about mixed martial arts, especially jiu jitsu, dominated the page. Alissa sometimes posted about Islam, often about prayer or holidays.

He shared pictures of himself in his wrestling uniform from Arvada West High, as well as wearing medals from a fighting association.

Conrad, a former wrestling teammate of the suspect’s who spoke under the condition his last name be withheld, told The Daily Beast he was deeply surprised by the allegations, but that Alissa did have a temper.

“One thing I can tell you is he didn’t take losing very well,” he said. “I remember that in wrestling. He would throw his headgear, wouldn’t talk to the coaches when he lost. If I remember correctly, even cussed out one of the coaches one time.”

In one Facebook post, the suspect appeared to express fears that someone was targeting his phone for Islamophobic reasons.

“Yeah if these racist islamophobic people would stop hacking my phone and let me have a normal life I probably could,” he posted in July 2019.

On Facebook, his politics appeared mixed throughout several camps. He shared an article rebuking Donald Trump’s stance on immigration, but also posted about his own opposition to gay marriage and abortion.

A day after the 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand, Alissa had shared a Facebook post from another user that read, “The Muslims at the #christchurch mosque were not the victims of a single shooter. They were the victims of the entire Islamophobia industry that vilified them.”

Authorities have not released a motive behind the grisly murders, saying the investigation was still in its preliminary stages and “it is premature for us to draw any conclusions at this point in time.”…

According to the suspect’s brother, the motivation may not have been a political one.

“[It was] not at all a political statement, it’s mental illness,” Ali Aliwi Alissa told The Daily Beast. “The guy used to get bullied a lot in high school, he was like an outgoing kid but after he went to high school and got bullied a lot, he started becoming anti-social.”

Court records show Alissa has at least one previous run-in with the law, including one arrest after “cold cocking” a classmate in 2017. According to court documents first obtained by KDVR, Alissa punched a classmate in the head after he “had made fun of him and called him racial names weeks earlier.” The victim suffered bruising, swelling, and cuts to the head. Alissa pleaded guilty to an assault charge in relation to the incident in 2018.

According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and court records, Alissa was sentenced to two months of probation and 48 hours of community service in connection with that episode. The agency confirmed an affidavit states Alissa punched a classmate at Arvada West High School in the head without warning, and continued to hit him even when he was on the ground. An Arvada Police spokesperson also confirmed Alissa had two interactions with local cops over the “past few years,” including cases involving allegations of simple assault and criminal mischief….

Boulder jihad mass murderer had planned to hit Trump rally, also checked churches as potential targets

Early information from a national security agency suggests Boulder shooter planned to target the Trump rally in Colorado Springs, Feb 2020, but decided to wait until the next one on March 13 in Denver but it was cancelled due to COVID, per WH official:

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 23, 2021

CO GOP HQ was also scoped out, same with a few christian, catholic & mormon churches / LDS temples, not certain yet why he settled for market, per official

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 23, 2021

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(COLORADO) Cold Case Murder Case Report: Authorities have arrested a 70-year-old man in connection to the 1982 murders of two women who were last seen hitchhiking from a small town near the Rocky Mountains, according to reports #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.10: Colorado man arrested in 1982 cold-case murders of 2 women last seen hitchhiking near Rocky Mountains:

Investigators have worked the case for nearly 40 years: ‘Alan Lee Phillips was taken into custody for the deaths of 22-year-old Annette Schnee and 30-year-old Barbara Jo Oberholtzer, FOX31 Denver reported, citing law enforcement sources. He faces charges of first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping’ No further details on how investigators identified Phillips as a suspect were immediately released:

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Schnee and Oberholtzer were both last seen on Jan. 6, 1982, hitchhiking separately from Breckenridge, a town at the base of the Rocky Mountains’ Tenmile Range, where they both worked. Investigators do not believe the two women knew each other, according to KMGH-TV.

Schnee, pictured left, and Oberholtzer had no apparent connection to one another besides both working in Breckenridge, investigators have said.

Oberholtzer’s body was found a day later about 10 miles from Breckenridge on the summit of Hoosier Pass, which stands at more than 11,000 feet elevation. She died of a single gunshot wound to the chest.

Schnee’s body was found six months later on July 3, 1982, in rural Park County, Colo., about 20 miles south of Breckenridge. She was fully clothed and lying face down in a stream. She died of a single gunshot wound to the back.

Private investigator Charlie McCormick, who began working on the case in 1989, told KMGH-TV last year that he’d work the case “to the bitter end.”

“You can’t walk away from it, or I can’t,” he told the station. “Haven’t wanted to. Tomorrow’s another day, and you got stuff to do, and you see what might happen.”

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation said an update to the development would be given later Wednesday.

COLORADO OFFICIALS OFFER $100G REWARD IN COLD-CASE MURDER OF TEENAGE ‘HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEARTS’

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@AceBreakingNews SWAT team chasing shoplifter detonate explosives @theblaze

#AceBreakingNews – COLORADO:June.08: Authorities said Robert Jonathan Seacat, 33, was on the run from police who suspected him of shoplifting when he entered the Greenwood Village, Colorado, home, beginning a 20-hour standoff, KMGH-TV reported.

Hours later, police detonated explosives into every room of the house in an attempt to get the armed suspect to surrender.

A 9-year-old boy was inside the house at the time, but his mother and emergency dispatchers were able to get the child to come outside.

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USA: ‘ RISE & RISE OF SHARIA LAW IN AMERICAS SCHOOLS ‘

#AceNewsServices – USA: Featured Post:Jan.12: A school district in Colorado is coming under the wrath of the community for telling school girls that they may have to submit to sharia-compliant rules regarding covering their heads and ankles on a field trip to a Muslim mosque.

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According to WND, Douglas County School District confirmed that such Islamic law will be enforced on the trip.

Rocky Heights Middle School (RHMS) Principal Mike Loitz appeared on January 6, 2015 on KNUS 710 radio and was interviewed about the trip.

Peter Boyles of KNUS reported on the rules the school system issued to students in order to notify parents, which were as follows:

The world religions field trip is next Tuesday, January 13. We will be visiting the Denver Mosque, the Assumption Greek Orthodox Cathedral, and the Rodef-Shalom Synagogue. We will then eat lunch at Park Meadows Food Court. Students must either bring a sack lunch or money to purchase lunch at the food court.

THERE IS A DRESS CODE FOR THIS TRIP: All students must wear appropriate long pants. Ankles must be covered. Girls must bring wide scarves or hooded sweatshirts for the mosque.

According to Boyles, “Public schools are forbidden from holding girls to different standards than boys,” Boyles notes. “They’re holding these girls to a different standard – it’s a religious reason.”

“Islam dictates many, I believe – personal belief – repressive practices against women and Islamophobia will trump women’s rights,” Boyles said. “Animal rights every time, and the environment. That’s their belief – that’s wonderful. But don’t apply it to public school kids.”

He also went on to talk about the difference of visiting a place of worship on one’s own initiative and comply with the rules versus a school requiring students to comply.

After a firestorm had erupted over forcing girls to submit to sharia, the school thought it best to provide a statement of clarification.

“For the past ten years, RHMS seventh-grade students take a social studies course that is partially focused on world religion,” the statement reads. “In the Douglas County School District (DCSD), we provide authentic learning experiences to all students. We teach students how to think, not what to think.”

So, if the school district is trying to teach students how to think and not what to think, why is there an imposing of sharia on these girls?

“The social studies course includes a voluntary field trip to a Greek Orthodox Church, a Jewish Temple, and a Mosque. As with any field trip, our students and families are offered the choice to participate in the field trip – it is not mandatory,” the statement continued. “If the decision is made to not participate in a field trip, alternative educational opportunities are provided. This is true for any DCSD field trip, including the RHMS world religion field trip. Students who choose to attend the RHMS world religion field trip are expected to respect the dress code of the host facility, but again, they may choose not to participate. Information shared with RHMS parents stated: “All students must wear appropriate long pants. Ankles must be covered. Girls must bring wide scarves or hooded sweatshirts for the mosque.”

Additionally, the school said that the course is not part of Common Core and stated that Common Core “does not include social studies.”

It is true that the trip is voluntary and not mandatory. However, Islam has been making advances into America’s public schools and the ideology of Islam is poisoning the minds of our young people. Why is it that Americans must make way for Islam, but it will not make way for America?

Here’s just a couple of stories over the past year where Islam is making inroads in the public schools of America:

Additionally, designated terrorist group Hamas-CAIR forced observance of Islamic Holidays in Maryland schools in 2013. Students in Kansas were met with the five pillars of Islam on their first day of class in 2013. In the same year, Hamas-CAIRblasted the handing out of permission slips for Bible study classes, which took place off campus while at the same time putting pressure on Dearborn Public Schools toimplement a policy which fully accommodates student-led Islamic prayer in all the schools, as well as unexcused absences for students who leave early on Fridays for Jumu’ah prayers.

Pamela Geller wrote concerning this issue, “The subjugation and oppression of women are enshrined under the sharia. Young school girls should not be forced to “respect” a dress code that represents honor violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, child marriage, et al…. The islamization of our public schools is well-documented in my book Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.”

On Sunday, Pamela Geller highlighted the fact that Selena Gomez and her friends visited a mosque in Abu Dhabi and enjoyed themselves, laughing and even taking pictures. They all had on Islamic garb and in one of the pictures, she is seen lifting her burka and showing a bare foot and ankle. For this she was labeled as “disrespectful” because she violated the rules that forbid, “displays of interpersonal affection…exposing skin and openly laughing.”

As I often encourage parents, take your children out of the public indoctrination centers where they won’t even be exposed to this nonsense. Teach them the law of God in your own home and equip them to be those that honor the Lord. You can even begin your homeschool journey at no cost if you have children K-5. If you want to stop the islamization of America’s children, start in your own home.

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DHS: ‘ MY E-VERIFY CHECKING YOUR IMMIGRATION RECORDS AND RECORDING YOUR DATA ON LINE ‘

#AceNewsServices – UNITED STATES – October 26 – USCIS is always looking for ways to support jobs in the United States. Also at the same check your immigration records and qualification for work.   

' MyEVerify Checking Your Records and Data Online '

‘ MyEVerify Checking Your Records and Data Online ‘

They have call it myE-Verify. It’s a free and secure way to be part of the E-Verify process for confirming employment eligibility.

MyE-Verify was launched on Oct. 6 in five states and the District of Columbia, and will be rolling it out nationally in future releases. 

With myE-Verify, anyone in Arizona, Idaho, Colorado, Mississippi, Virginia and Washington, D.C., can:

  • Create a personal account to manage how their information is used in E-Verify and easily access Self Check, where any U.S. workers can confirm their employment eligibility themselves;

  • Use Self Lock, a feature we created just for myE-Verify that lets users lock their Social Security numbers in E-Verify, preventing fraudulent use in the system in the future;

  • Get resources explaining employee rights in the employment eligibility process.

While myE-Verify is currently only available to a limited audience, all workers and job seekers in the U.S. can still use the Self Check system and check out helpful materials in the myResources section.

More than half a million U.S. employers already use E-Verify to check that their new hires are authorized to work in the United States. Almost 1,400 more employers are joining this free on-line service each week.

If you get a job anywhere in the country, it’s more and more likely your employer will use E-Verify to quickly confirm your employment eligibility.

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#ANS2014

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