5.56 Timeline


Youths being held in the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center are seen as poor candidates for release while their cases are pending. “youths”

Kim A. Browne, administrative judge of Franklin County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, said as much in early April. She expressed hesitation about releasing anyone during the coronavirus pandemic, calling those detained in the facility “very, very high safety concerns.” Yes sounds reasonable and sane so far…

But after an outbreak of COVID-19 cases in the detention center in early May, Browne ordered the release of eight youths on house arrest with electronic monitoring devices to reduce the detention center population.

By late June, two of the teens had been accused of violent gun crimes:

Kenyion L. Hairston, 15, charged with delinquency murder for a shooting on a South Linden street in which a 14-year-old boy died, and delinquency aggravated burglary for a University District break-in during which an accomplice reportedly brandished a handgun.

Victor J. Bivens Jr., 15, charged with delinquency aggravated robbery for allegedly knocking an 88-year-old woman to the floor and robbing her at gunpoint in her East Side home, and delinquency felonious assault for a shooting in which a friend was wounded on the East Side.

Oh wait. I see now. These are Yutes. Not “youths” and there is a difference.

None of the eight released by Browne obeyed the judge’s order to stay home, a Dispatch review of Juvenile Court records shows. What!!!? You have to be shitting me! Convicted felons ignore the law? This is preposterous!

Each one eventually removed or disabled his ankle monitor and went AWOL.

Two hadn’t been found as of Wednesday and were the subject of active warrants

I’m not surprised at all,” Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said of the results of the releases, each of which drew objections from his office. No one but a card carrying leftist idiot is surprised Ronnie.

This kind of behavior was predictable, given their history, which is why we opposed their release,” he said.

Browne declined to answer a series of questions from The Dispatch about the decision-making process or comment on the outcome of the releases. Another non-surprise.

The rules governing judicial conduct specifically prohibit judges from addressing any of these questions,” Browne responded in an email. “Judges may not say anything about cases on their dockets that might jeopardize their ability/duty to remain impartial.”

Lemme translate that. ” I am ruling class in black robes so I don’t have to answer to you plebes. I’m better than you in every way.”

Of the eight released, Bivens and one other are on Browne’s docket.

WHAAAAMP WHAAAMP Sad Trombone Noises



As gun violence and murders spiral out of control in New York City amid BLM riots and the decision to disband the NYPD’s plainclothes anti-crime units, the city’s crime spree has reached the Upper East Side – home to billionaires and mere multi-millionaires alike.

According to Fox News, the 19th Precinct – which oversees the Upper East Side between East 59th Street and East 96th Street – is “one of the most densely populated residential areas in Manhattan.”

And now, it appears The Purge has encroached on the upscale neighborhood – with robberies soaring 286% vs. the same period last year with 27 robberies – 20% of which were at gunpoint.

Three gunpoint robberies were reported over a one-hour period just last weekend – a group of four people struck on East 73rd Street, then downtown at East 65th Street before moving uptown to East 86th Street, police said. –Fox News

YTD the 19th Precinct had seen 14 robberies at gunpoint vs. just four in 2019.

According to Fox, a group of four teenagers hit several victims in the span of an hour on Saturday evening – with the first incident occurring at approximately 9:30 p.m. when the four approached a 45-year-old man near East 73rd Street and York Avenue, flashed a gun and robbed him of his cell phone before running away.

Approximately 40 minutes later the four robbed an 18-year-old man of his wallet approximately one mile, or 11 blocks, from the first victim in the area of East 65th Street and Lexington Avenue.

Minutes later, at 10:20 p.m., they struck again – this time accosting a man and a woman, both 22-years-old, who said they were robbed at gunpoint in the Central Park footpath near East 84th Street and Fifth Avenue. The woman’s cellphone was taken.

Three of the teenagers – two 16 and one 17-years-old, were arrested in connection with the spree and charged with first-degree robbery. A loaded gun was recovered from one of the suspects



while you were playing bridge, I was studying The Blade”

A man allegedly used a samurai sword to decapitate his Connecticut roommate — a nationally known bridge player — and has refused to talk with investigators about the crime, claiming he is a sovereign citizen, according to a report. here we go..

Jerry David Thompson, 42, of Hartford, had recently moved into a vacant bedroom in the Asylum Avenue home of Victor King, 64, a Travelers insurance company retiree and professional bridge player, the Hartford Courant reported.

Thompson threatened his landlord with the sword after the two men had a dispute about the suspect not paying the rent, according to the arrest warrant cited by the news outlet.

A day before he was beheaded Sunday, King reported to police that Thompson had waved the blade at him, the Courant reported. King forgot to take a gun to a sword fight..

“He was very good at it. Very good at teaching others to play it. Just a kind and gentle person whose first love was bridge,” the victim’s cousin Jim Banks told the Courant.

Paul Linxwiler, executive editor of the Bridge Bulletin, a publication of the American Contract Bridge League, described King a Grand Life Master, “which is our highest rank.”

The real tragedy here isn’t that a man became several inches shorter via sword, it’s that he is only going to be remembered as being really good at playing bridge.



HARPSWELL, Maine — A woman was killed in an apparent shark attack off the coast of Maine on Monday, a rare occurrence that has only been recorded once before in the state by an unprovoked shark.

Maine Marine Patrol said a witness saw the woman swimming off the shore of Bailey Island when she was injured in what appeared to be a shark attack.

Two kayakers helped the person get to shore, and an ambulance provided further assistance, but she was pronounced dead at the scene, Marine Patrol said.

I’m waiting to see what ethnicity the woman is so I know if I should be angry at sharks or not.




Haworth, a sane and lovely lady

Crystal Haworth, 30, was charged Thursday with first-degree murder for the death of 57-year-old Leonard Brokeshoulder, who investigators found Wednesday unresponsive with a cut to his neck “which nearly decapitated him,” according to an affidavit prepared by MPD Capt. Shawn Delana. I would say that is pretty unresponsive.

Haworth’s bond was set Thursday at $1 million.

McAlester Police Lt. Preston Rodgers told the News-Capital on Wednesday that investigators found Brokeshoulder unresponsive inside a residence near the intersection of G Street and Polk Avenue.

Rodgers said officers responded to the residence early Wednesday morning after Haworth appeared at the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office “covered in blood.”

Delana wrote that Haworth told PCSO that the blood on her was not hers and there was an injured man at a residence on the 600 block of West Polk Avenue.

Excuse me officers, there is an injured man at West Polk Ave.” I love the way they clean up these reports, I would love to know how she really said it.

Officers went to the residence and found Brokeshoulder unresponsive, “covered in blood,” before medics from the McAlester Fire Department pronounced him dead, the affidavit states. A inordinate use of the word “unresponsive” in this article..

Investigators found Brokeshoulder had “numerous stab wounds” to the upper part of his body, the report states.

Delana wrote in his report Haworth agreed to speak with investigators and admitted to killing Brokeshoulder and stated “numerous times” she tried to cut off the man’s head.

The woman said she was living with Brokeshoulder “for the past few months” and was engaged to him, with her plan to marry him and “kill him and take all of his property,” the affidavit states.

Women. am I right?