The Daily Populous

Friday September 4th, 2020 day edition

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Blue Lives Matter supporters arrested with slew of firearms outside Kenosha after police received tip about possible shooting, DOJ says The men were in the city for a Trump rally and "to see proof of the rioting.".

Two Missouri men were arrested on firearm charges after a tipster warned law enforcement the pair were traveling to Kenosha, Wisconsin, with assault-style weapons, according to court documents.

Michael M. Karmo, 40, and Cody E. Smith, 33, were arrested at a hotel near Kenosha on Tuesday and charged with illegal possession of firearms, the Department of Justice announced Thursday.

Civil unrest, violence and looting erupted in Kenosha after Jacob Blake, who is Black, was shot seven times in the back by a Kenosha police officer on Aug. 23.

According to the complaint, the Kenosha Police Department advised the FBI on Tuesday that a law enforcement agency in Iowa had received a tip that Karmo and an unidentified man were traveling with firearms from Missouri to Kenosha.

Both men had prior convictions that prohibited them from possessing firearms and ammunition, according to the DOJ.

More than 250 people -- most of them from outside Kenosha -- have been arrested since the police shooting of Blake, according to the Associated Press. »

Report says Trump called John McCain a 'f---ing loser' and said 'we're not going to support that loser's funeral'

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After publicly sparring with McCain until the longtime lawmaker's death in 2018, Trump was said to be angry that McCain was given half-staff honors.

Sources told The Atlantic that Trump also said to his staff, "We're not going to support that loser's funeral.".

Trump also told his staff of McCain, "We're not going to support that loser's funeral," sources with knowledge of the conversations told the outlet. »

Vigilante pedophile-hunter says it wasn’t worth it

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In exchange, prosecutors will drop more than a dozen charges, according to court records obtained by the Anchorage Daily News.

Vukovich’s sentencing is scheduled for Wednesday but will likely be rescheduled after his attorney requested more time to prepare, according to the newspaper.

Regardless of when that sentence gets handed down, Vukovich said he wants to make one thing very clear: Don’t follow in his footsteps. »

Oregon hunter, 66, gored to death by bull elk he had shot and injured with an arrow the previous day

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Mark David of Hillsboro had reportedly injured the bull elk on Saturday, August 29, with a bow and arrow while hunting on private property near Trask Road East in Tillamook, Oregon.

So, he decided to search the injured bull the next morning, according to Oregon State Police.

After locating the elk, the victim tried to kill it again but the injured animal attacked him and gored him in the neck with his antlers. »

Intelligence bulletin warns Russia amplifying false claims mail-in voting will lead to widespread fraud

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News of the DHS document prompted immediate criticism from the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Adam Schiff.

After news of that bulletin was published, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said his department was working to revise the intelligence report.

Barr also diluted the intelligence community's assessment that Russia is the only country actively interfering in the 2020 election. »