Wednesday, December 21, 2016


What We Know About The Suspect In The Berlin Terror Attack A manhunt is now underway across Germany for the man believed to be responsible for Monday's deadly truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. Reports say that 12 people were killed in the attack while dozens more were injured.

Authorities believe the suspect may be armed and dangerous.

Here's what we know so far:

His name is Anis Amri.
Based on documents found in the cab of the hijacked truck used to commit his terror attack, the suspect's name is Anis Amri. According to media reports, Amri was born in Tataouine, Tunesia in 1992...(continue reading)
Two More Hoax Hate Crimes Identified We can add at least two more incidents to the growing list of hoax hate crimes that have been popping up around the nation since Donald Trump won the presidency in November.

The first incident comes from the University of Michigan, where a Muslim student claimed that on November 11th, a man had threatened to light her on fire if she did not remove her Hijab.

After conducted multiple interviews and reviewed surveillance videos, Police are now saying that there's no evidence to support her claim. In addition, the student may now be charged with filing a fake police report.

Michigan-based reports...(continue reading)

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