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Man arrested twice for destroying Black Lives Matter mural painting before Trump Tower

Man arrested twice for destroying Black Lives Matter mural painting before Trump Tower

Man arrested twice for destroying Black Lives Matter mural painting before Trump Tower

Donald Trump supporter Mark-David Hutt was captured twice over one weekend and charged with criminal mischief.

A New York City man was captured on two separate events for destroying the Black Lives Matter mural before Trump Tower. As indicated by the Daily Mail, Mark-David Hutt — who runs a professional Donald Trump Facebook page — was discovered spreading paint over the wall painting on both July 25 and 26.

A few observers recorded video of Hutt, who started spreading red paint over the yellow letters on Saturday. He was captured for the vandalism, however returned the following day to spread white paint over the road. In the viral film of his capture, New York City Police Department officers can be seen approaching Hutt and disclosing to him he needs to quit destroying the painting. When he refuses to stop, a few different officers show up and handcuffed him. NYPD Detective Denise Moroney told the Washington Post that he was subsequently charged with criminal mischief

As indicated by one of Hutt’s Facebook posts, per Daily Mail, he had moved toward coming back to the site of the mural to keep painting the colors of the American flag over the road.

“Saturday, I splashed Red. Sunday, I splashed White. & on Monday,” he wrote on Facebook, alluding to his plans to deface the mural with blue paint.

In another Facebook post, Hutt hammered New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for affirming the mural and cutting the New York City Police Department financial plan by $1 billion.

“Mayor Bill de Blasio has ruined NYC & has put a target on the backs of NYPD’s finest. We need to STAND UP and take our country back. #BlueLivesMatter,” Hutt posted, per Daily Mail.

Hutt is presently the eighth individual to be discovered vandalizing the Black Lives Matter mural since it was painted on July 8. Half a month back, a unidentified man was seen sprinkling red paint over the letters. De Blasio reacted to vandalism on Twitter.

“To whoever vandalized our mural on 5th Avenue: nice try. [Department of Transportation] has already fixed it,” he wrote. “The #BlackLivesMatter movement is more than words and it can’t be undone.”

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Ludacris talks about creating kid-accommodating music recordings to empower youths

Ludacris talks about creating kid-accommodating music recordings to empower youths

Ludacris talks about creating kid-accommodating music recordings to empower youths

“I just want to help kids grow up to be better adults,” the rapper explained.

Ludacris is putting forth an attempt to empower today’s youth.

Kidnation, the rapper’s new initiative, will fortify positive messages through child friendly music recordings. The objective of the exertion is to make “a fun, safe, and educational media platform” for kids. During an ongoing discussion with the Huffington Post, the Atlanta-based artist talked authentically about his choice to empower youngsters using education.

“It’s geared toward trying to enrich and empower the next generation, influenced by my own children and wanting them to live in a better world than we live in,” Ludacris said. “I want to reinforce the positive morals and teachings as a parent, especially during a time where there’s more home-schooling going on. To condense it, I just want to help kids grow up to be better adults.”

The dad of four clarified that he utilized his family as energetic test subjects to perceive what children inclined toward. “We have a song about doing your chores and getting rewarded afterward,” he said. “My youngest daughter watched it one time and pulled a stool up to the sink and started washing the dishes. I asked, ‘What are you doing?’ And she said, ‘My birthday is coming up, and I want to be able to get a reward for doing my chores as well.’ That’s a perfect example of music and influence turning to action.”

Notwithstanding his new activity, Ludacris is likewise taking a shot at new music. During his Verzuz fight with Nelly in May, Luda previewed a track named “Silence of the Lambs.” After fans communicated that they weren’t feeling a specific verse, he addressed the controversy in an interview with Big Tigger.

“Sometimes when you speak on records, you speakin’ like it’s just me and you having a conversation as friends,” he said. “But, you just speaking and just being honest. I saw that a lot of people kind of misconstrued or didn’t really understand what it was that I was saying.”

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Sheriff takes steps to overlook 911 calls from Black Lives Matter-supporting library

Sheriff takes steps to overlook 911 calls from Black Lives Matter-supporting library

Sheriff takes steps to overlook 911 calls from Black Lives Matter-supporting library

“Please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” a Nevada sheriff wrote after a library proposed a diversity statement.

A Nevada library was constrained expel a proposed diversity explanation from its Facebook page after grievances from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. The County Public Library Board of Trustees had shared its support for the Black Lives Matter development and composed an announcement censuring “all acts of violence, racism and disregard for human rights.”

“Due to your support of Black Lives Matter and the obvious lack of support or trust with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” local sheriff Dan Coverley responded to the proposed statement in an open letter addressed to the Library Board. “I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior, since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past.”

In his letter — distributed on the police office’s site — Coverley additionally blamed Black Lives Matter protestors for causing “savagery, property harm and the [closure] of neighborhood businesses, in some cases for all time.” 

“To support this movement is to support violence and to openly ask for it to happen in Douglas County,” he wrote.

Talking with the Washington Post, library executive Amy Dodson said the diversity statement was not intended to be hostile to police, but instead an empowering  message of solidarity. 

“It simply was meant to state our inclusivity at the library, that we are open and welcoming to everyone and we treat everyone equally,” Dodson said.

After the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office distributed Coverley’s letter, the library apparently dropped its Tuesday meeting (July 28), which had been planned to examine the diversity proclamation. As indicated by the Reno Gazette Journal, County Spokeswoman Melissa Blosser said the gathering was dropped due to the “overwhelming amount of community response.” The library later removed the diversity statement from its Facebook page.

“We had them take it down,” Blosser told the outlet. “We cannot use public owned media to propagate a political agenda.”

As per Blosser, the sheriff’s area of expertise has explained that they will keep on reacting to possible 911 calls from the library, regardless of Sheriff Coverley’s threat.

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NYPD reacts to video of casually dressed officers pulling protestor into a plain marked van

NYPD reacts to video of casually dressed officers pulling protestor into a plain marked van

NYPD reacts to video of casually dressed officers pulling protestor into a plain marked van

Officers guarantee the protestor was wanted for harming police cameras. 

A video of New York City casually dressed cops yanking a protestor and pushing her into a plain van circulated around the web yesterday (July 28) and now the police division has reacted with an announcement. On Twitter, a LGBTQ social equality association distinguished the protestor as a 18-year old destitute trans lady named Nikki, who was going to an Abolition Park protest. As indicated by the announcement from the NYPD, the protestor was needed for purportedly harming police body cameras. 

“In regard to a video on social media that took place at 2 Ave & 25 St, a woman taken into custody in an unmarked van was wanted for damaging police cameras during 5 separate criminal incidents in & around City Hall Park. The arresting officers were assaulted with rocks & bottles,” the statement began on Twitter.

“When officers from the Warrant Squad took the woman into custody in a gray NYPD minivan this evening, they were assaulted with rocks and bottles. The Warrant Squad uses unmarked vehicles to effectively locate wanted suspects.”

“When she was placed into the Warrant Squad’s unmarked gray minivan, it was behind a cordon of NYPD bicycle cops in bright yellow and blue uniform shirts there to help effect the arrest,” the statement concluded.

Numerous activists and observers on Twitter have scrutinized the police’s treatment of the protestor and contrasted the plain vans with those in Portland. Others likewise blamed the division for lying about being assaulted with rocks and bottles. 

High levels of tensions have kept on heightening in Portland, where government agents were conveyed by the Trump organization and the Department of Homeland Security prior this month. Strategies utilized by the agents — including tear-gassing and confining protestors — have brought about lawsuits from the Oregon Attorney General and the “Wall of Moms” support organizartion. Following quite a while of pushing authorities to pull back the federal agents, Por

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