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Shooting at FedEx center wounds 6, suspect dead
April 29, 2014
 — A shooter armed with an assault rifle  opened fire at a FedEx station outside Atlanta, wounding 6 people before police found the suspect dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot.

FedEx clerk Liza Aiken said she was working inside when she heard something, dropped, looked to her left and saw the gunman.
"He had bullets strapped across his chest like Rambo, a huge assault rifle and he had a knife," Aiken said in a parking lot where employees were gathering not far from their workplace. Before she could continue, a woman wearing a FedEx jacket told Aiken to stop talking and led her away.
Six people were taken to hospital.

David Titus, a FedEx truck driver, said he was just coming to work when he saw someone walk up and shoot a security guard in the abdomen outside the building. He said he could hear more gunshots after the gunman went inside.

FedEx said the facility about 25 miles north of Atlanta is a hub where packages are sorted and loaded onto vehicles for delivery. It's located next to the general aviation airport for suburban Cobb County.

Several employees were told not to speak with reporters.
The identity of the suspected shooter was not immediately released.
The company was cooperating with police but had no details to release about the shootings.
"We are aware from the authorities of the situation," said Scott Fiedler, a FedEx spokesman. "Our primary concern is the safety and wellbeing of our team members, first responders and others affected."

Atlanta Street Queers
Sept. 29, 2014
 Disease, Drugs and butts, the curse of SIN
750 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender youth are homeless and HIV-positive.
You sin, you pay.

American Stonehenge, de-Population
These are a real curse - on GA and USA

HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy

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Inmate at Georgia jail reportedly tested for Ebola

COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- An inmate at the Cobb County Jail is reportedly being test for Ebola.

WSB-TV reports that the man told jail officials he recently traveled to Africa after developing a fever while in custody.

He was arrested overnight and charged with DUI.

The jail did stop accepting inmates for a time but that ban has been lifted, WGCL-TV reports.

The unnamed prisoner was transferred to another medical facility, according to WGCL.

Meanwhile, a person with possible Ebola symptoms has been hospitalized in Washington, D.C. out of "an abundance of caution," the hospital confirmed in a statement.

The first Ebola diagnosis in the nation has raised concerns about whether the disease that has killed 3,300 people in West Africa could spread in the U.S. Federal health officials say they are confident they can keep it in check.

Texas health officials expanded their efforts to contain the virus, reaching out to as many as 100 people who may have had direct contact with Thomas Eric Duncan or someone close to him.

None has shown symptoms, but they have been told to notify medical workers if they begin to feel ill, said Erikka Neroes, a spokeswoman for the Dallas County Health and Human Services agency.

The at-risk group includes 12 to 18 people who had direct contact with the infected man, including an ambulance crew and a handful of schoolchildren. The others came into contact with that core group, she said.

"This is a big spider web" of people, Neroes said.

120 rifles stolen from metro Atlanta train
18 Dec 2012
-  Over 100 rifles were stolen from a train in metro Atlanta from a CSX cargo container.  Someone broke into a container and took 120 rifles of various calibers in the Atlanta area.

Cobb County Jail inmate tested NEGATIVE for Ebola  
Oct 03, 2014
-  Initial test results for an inmate at the Cobb County Jail for the Ebola virus have come back negative

* You need 2 tests to be SURE its NOT ebola, 1 is not enuf.

Amber Vinson, Dallas nurse Ebola patient was moved to Emory Atlanta Oct. 15.
Vinson in Stable Condition Oct. 17th.  (I know a nurse at Emory said she is 'sick.'  I took that to mean not good.)
WHY did Vinson fly?  WHY did a nurse expose so many people to a deadly disease?
Vinson did not directly call for permission to fly Monday.  Texas health officials relayed her symptoms to the CDC.  They called Amber back and told her the CDC is OK with it. You can travel.

Amber Vinson
Amber Vinson listed in 'stable' condition at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Oct 18, 2014.

October 19, 2014  SON
day -  Dallas EBOLA patient Amber Vinson flew round trip Dallas to OHIO to visit family.  Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth, which landed at 8:16 p.m. CT Monday, Oct. 13.  Vinson flew to Cleveland on Friday, October 10, but no one on that flight is being monitored.

Vinson felt funny in Ohio.  Summit County medical director Dr. Margo Erme said Vinson did not try on any clothes at the bridal store, but there is some indication that she wasn’t feeling well while she was there.

Vinson was in Ohio to plan her wedding.  She visited the Coming Attractions Bridal and Formal in Akron, Ohio with her bridal party.  Anna Younker is the owner.  Younker said Vinson did not appear sick then, but wonders how Vinson did not think this through, supposed to be quarantined, what made you think it's OK to get on a plane?

Vinson did not try on any clothes while visiting Coming Attractions bridal store in Akron on Saturday, Oct. 11.  Younker needs to burn anything Vinson touched, and decontaminate the shop.  The virus can lurk forever on clothes, pen, chair, anything.

Vinson is an alumni of Kent State University, where 3 close relatives are employed. She did not come to the Kent campus, but she did interact with her relatives, and they returned to the Kent campus to work.
They will self monitor 21 days.  New incubation period for EBOLA is 42 days.

Breaking: New Patient Reporting Ebola Symptoms Transferred To Hospital Where Two Nurses Were Infected

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in the last hour has released the below information. A new patient reporting Ebola symptoms was transferred to the hospital. The patient was determined to be low-risk.

   Thursday evening, a patient reporting Ebola symptoms was transferred from Baylor University Medical Center to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The patient was placed in isolation at Texas Health Dallas and evaluated with all appropriate precautions. The patient was determined to be low risk and wanted to leave the hospital. The CDC and Texas Department of State Health Services were advised of this and did not feel it was necessary to have her detained.

It sounds like this was probably just someone not feeling well, unrelated to Ebola.

However, although the CDC determined it was safe for the patient to leave, many Dallas residents must be wondering why a patient was transferred to the very hospital where two care givers were infected, the original Ebola patient died, and where a controversy remains as to whether proper precautions were taken. Not to mention it is the hospital that both current Ebola patients were just transferred away from by the same CDC that apparently was aware of the new transfer from Baylor.

"Evaluated with all appropriate precautions," reads the statement. In light of the allegatations from nurses and the two recent infections, a loaded statement at the least.

Nurse Amber Vinson released from hospital
Oct 28, 2014
Amber Vinson was diagnosed with Ebola about two weeks ago.
Ribner said that Vinson "has recovered from her infection with Ebola virus, and she can return to her community and to her life" without any concerns of transmitting the virus.
Georgia monitoring 100 travelers from West Africa for Ebola symptoms

ATLANTA, Ga. — The state of Georgia is monitoring more than 100 travelers from West Africa to see if they develop symptoms of the Ebola virus.
According to Dr. Patrick O'Neal, director of health protection with the Georgia Department of Health, the state has monitored about 170 travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea since October. That number, he said, is now down to 103.

"There is a requirement that any traveler coming into the U.S. from those three countries must be monitored for the 21-day period.  That's the incubation period maximum for Ebola," said O'Neal.

O'Neal said every passenger entering Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport from West Africa first goes through a screening conducted by Customs and Border Patrol.  Those who pass are allowed to leave but not before they are instructed to check in once a day with the state health department either electronically or by smart phone.

According to O'Neal, the travelers have to check their temperatures twice a day and report any rises.  So far, O'Neal said all the travelers have been very cooperative and none has shown any signs of the Ebola virus.

"We continue to receive feedback from them on a daily basis as to whether they've developed any fever or any symptoms whatsoever," O'Neal said.
Every passenger who enters the U.S. from West Africa must enter through one of five international airports, including Hartsfield-Jackson.  Once they arrive, they are monitored by the state health department.  If they want to leave the state, they must first get permission.  O'Neal said about half of those travelers entering Georgia from West Africa are workers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

O'Neal also said the state is preparing to step up its testing procedures now that flu season is almost here.  Early onset Ebola has the same symptoms as the flu.


CDC reports potential Ebola exposure in Atlanta lab

Researchers studying Ebola in a highly secure laboratory mistakenly allowed potentially lethal samples of the virus to be handled in a much less secure laboratory at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, agency officials said Wednesday.

One technician in the second laboratory may have been exposed to the virus and about a dozen other people have been assessed after entering the facility unaware that potentially hazardous samples of Ebola had been handled there.

The technician has no symptoms of illness and is being monitored for 21 days. Agency officials said it is unlikely that any of the others who entered the lab face potential exposure. Some entered the lab after it had been decontaminated. Officials said there is no possible exposure outside the secure laboratory at CDC and no exposure or risk to the public.

“At this time, we know of only the one potential exposure,” CDC Director Tom Frieden said in a telephone interview.

The mistake took place Monday afternoon. It was discovered by laboratory scientists Tuesday and within an hour reported to agency leaders. The error, which is under internal investigation, was reported to Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell and to a program that has oversight over pathogens such as Ebola and anthrax.


Georgia shooting, 4 killed
February 8, 2015
-  An Atlanta shooting killed 4 and left 2 children injured.
A man shot his ex-wife and children then himself.  Now he burns in hell forever.
Neighbors ran to assist the victims until rescuers arrived.

USA Navy following Russian warships in Atlantic  
September 3, 2015  
Bill Gertz -  U.S. shadowing a Russian spy ship in Atlantic near nuke sub base.
U.S. intelligence ships, aircraft, and satellites are closely watching a Russian military vessel in the Atlantic that has been sailing near a U.S. nuclear missile submarine base and underwater transit routes.

The Russian research ship Yantar has been tracked from the northern Atlantic near Canada since late August (2015) as it makes its way south toward Cuba.  Yantar was off the coast of Nova Scotia Canada around Aug. 24.  Sept. 1 Yantar was 90 miles north of the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Atlantic Ocean.

Yantar is believed to be gathering intelligence on underwater sensors and other equipment used by U.S. nuclear submarines based at Kings Bay, Georgia.  The submarines transit lanes stretch through the Atlantic to Europe.

Yantar is equipped with mini-subs (deep-sea surveillance craft) and cable-cutting equipment.  In addition to cutting or tapping into undersea cables, the Yantar’s could be used to rescue submarines.  Yantar is part of a Russian underwater reconnaissance program to identify undersea communications trunk lines and nodes.  A major target of the program is DoDIN.

There are plenty of visions and dreams of Russia and China attacking, invading USA homeland - and both are NOW positioned to do so.

Plane crash kills 4 on Georgia-Carolina border
October 4, 2015
-  Four killed when their Piper PA-32 plane crashed near the border of South Carolina and Georgia.  The 4 men from Indiana were on the way to the Clemson-Notre Dame game when plane crashed  near Lake Hartwell.  The dead - Owner-pilot Charles Smith, his attorney son Scott Smith, Sprint car driver Tony Elliott, and Scott D. Bibler, all from Warsaw, Indiana.

Georgia shooting, 5 dead
April  23, 2016
 WJBF  -  2 dead from one location, 2 dead from the other and one dead at Augusta University.  50 year old black male Wayne Anthony  shot and killed 5 people during two separate shootings as part of a domestic dispute in Georgia.  He was found dead in his home of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Crying or Very sad    Georgia - 2 cops killed
Dec 7, 2016  WGXA
-   Two officers shot and killed in Americus by black Minguell Kennedy Lembrick
One officer was a member of the Americus Police Department, and the other was a public safety officer with Georgia Southwestern State University.


0bama DHS hacked the Election
Dec 20, 2016
-  Elections hacked by Obama DHS in Georgia, West Virginia and Kentucky.  The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office confirmed 10 separate cyberattacks on its network were traced back to DHS addresses.

The first one happened the day after Georgia voter registration deadline. The next one days before the SEC primary. Another occurred in May, the day before the general primary, and then two more took place in November, the day before and the day of the presidential election.

Atlanta mall shooting
Jan 22, 2017  
-  Three men shot dead near Greenbriar Mall in Atlanta.
Drugs were discovered at the scene.  Congressman Lewis doing his job keeping blacks on the plantation


ICE is busy!
Feb 11, 2017  
-  Illegals hate LAW.  ICE conducted numerous raids in Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Texas and FloriDUH.  Hundreds gathered in New York City Friday night to protest raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) this week that resulted in the arrests of hundreds in several states.  ICE detained 44 of the 100,000 illegals in Austin Texas Friday.

ICE Arrests 160 in California
Feb 11, 2017  
-  Just deny welfare to illegals, they'll go!  Feds arrested at least 160 illegals in routine immigration enforcement actions.  Those with criminal histories and deportation orders were targeted over a five-day sweep.

The Prez keeping his promises!

Very Happy

Vote Republican!  Help Prez
Jun 20, 2017  
-  Big day in Georgia and South Carolina.
Ga 6th Vote Karen Handel, she will help Georgia and our Prez.
DemonRat Jon Ossoff, who wants to raise taxes, weak on crime and security.  Osoff cant even vote in the district!

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