Bounty Hunter Shooting Texas Auto Dealership

We cant even count the number of mistakes made during this attempted arrest.

The video speaks for itself.

It will be interesting to see the possible civil suits.

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A Mob Boss voices his view on terrorism

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A message for President Trump * Free Josh Holt * Justice for Josh

A message for President Trump * Free Josh Holt * Justice for Josh

This is a request for assistance From President Donald Trump to help free Josh Holt, We feel that if anyone has enough capability to do it you do.
This man has suffered enough its time to bring him home, this Utah family deserves a resolve in this matter.
You have proven to be one of the best negotiators we have.

Through the power of prayer all things are possible.josh





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Family member of murder victim lunges at killer in court

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The Obama administration unmasking scandal grows deeper

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Tonga reaffirms commitment to protect whales

NUKU’ALOFA (MEIDECC): The Government of Tonga has reaffirmed its commitment to the Royal Proclamation of His Majesty King Tupou IV in 1978, by re-declaring that all Tongan waters is declared a Sanctuary for Whales.

Whale1Image courtesy of Tonga Tourism

The reaffirmation was announced by the Acting Prime Minister, Hon Siaosi Sovaleni while speaking as the chief guest at the opening of the Whales in a Changing Oceania conference here at the Tanoa Dateline Hotel in Nuku’alofa this morning.

Hon Sovaleni said that the ban against the hunting and killing of whales in Tongan waters also remains in force.

“Additionally, the Kingdom of Tonga will persevere with its commitment to providing sanctuary to, and protection of, whales,” Hon Sovaleni said.

The late King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV declared the Royal Decree in 1978 after it was identified that whales Tonga were close to extinction.

Since the Royal decree, which banned the hunting of whales in Tongan waters, the Tongan breeding populations have recovered from less than 50 to more than 2000 whales.

“It is said, this is one of the world’s great conservation success stories,” Hon Sovaleni said.

The Royal Decree was further supported by the introduction of the Fisheries Act 1989, which called for prohibition of killing of cetacean animals – whales and dolphins, and the enactment of the Whale Watching and Swimming Act in 2009.

Hon Sovaleni said that for the past 40 years, the Government of Tonga has been in the forefront of a deliberate effort to protect and conserve the whales in the South Pacific.

He said whales are at the centre of many Pacific cultures and added that Tonga has special links to whales.
S.SovaleniActing Prime Minister of Tonga, Hon Siaosi Sovaleni

“Centuries ago, whales guided our ancestors in their voyaging canoes to landfall, and their regular appearance in our coastal waters to breed and give birth is still a significant event,” he added.

Tonga has been identified as the most important country in the Pacific islands for humpback whales and the winter home for half of the entire population of breeding humpback whales between New Caledonia and French Polynesia.

He said whales are ecologically, culturally and economically important for Tonga and the wider Pacific.

Tonga has one of the fastest growing whale watching industries in the world, which is expanding and injecting millions into the Tongan economy each year.

But Hon Sovaleni said that despite that, whales are not saved and they still face many threats, including climate change, bycatch in fisheries, and whaling.

Tonga has been working closely with regional partners – the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the Pacific Community (SPC) – and other international partners who provide the scientific research and advisory capacity towards the conservation of the cetaceans mammals and their habitats in the Pacific region.

Hon Sovaleni said that since 1982, when the Tonga Visitors Bureau, Vava’u Tourism Association and the Tonga Whale Watching Operators Association held the Kingdom’s first whale watching workshop hosted by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, work on savings whales has been ongoing here.

In 2008, a workshop funded by New Zealand and co-chaired by the then New Zealand High Commissioner, Christine Bogle, and Her Royal Highness Salote Pilolevu Tuita, put forward recommendations which included the push for the Government of Tonga to consider the declaration of a whale sanctuary.

The Minister of Fisheries Hon Semisi Fakahua had welcomed delegates and participants to the conference earlier and extended Government’s best wishes and gratitude that theyw ere able to make the visit to Tonga.

Tourism Minister Hon Semisi Sika said Tonga appreciated the chance to host the event and gather everyone together to come and discuss the best way forward to protect and safeguard the region’s whale population.

SPREP’s Director General Kosi Latu had also earlier shared SPREP’s hopes and aspirations, adding that a Declaration at the end of the workshop would be a big step towards consolidating the regional effort to safeguard whales in our oceans.

The conference will continue over the next three days, with scientists and researchers also here to present reports on whales in the region.

The Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference from 4 – 6 April, 2017 in Nuku’alofa, Tonga, is coordinated by the Government of Tonga, the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS).

Sponsoring the event with the Government of Tonga, SPREP and AIS – is the Government of Australia; Government of New Zealand; Government of Sweden; the Okeanos Foundation; European Union through the Pacific Community and the INTEGRE project; Fonds Pacifique; Digicel; and Deep Blue Diving Tonga.

Uniting with conference coordinators and sponsors to partner for the Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference are the Animal Welfare Institute; Blue Climate Solutions; CET Law; Humane Society International; International Fund for Animal Welfare; Pattillo Ltd: South Pacific Tourism Organisation; South Pacific Whale Research Consortium; Tanoa International Dateline Hotel; Vava’u Environment Protection Association; and World Cetacean Alliance.

The Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference is held from 4 – 6 April at the Tanoa International Dateline Hotel in Nuku’alofa, Tonga.

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Remote location in Hawaii the whale decides to encounter the boat, The interaction was incredible for those who experienced it,.This reminds us why the whale should be free in the ocean not captive in some entertainment show.

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Trump Please Help Free Josh Holt

SALT LAKE CITY — The mother of a Utahn being held in a Venezuelan prison is feeling more hopeful her son will be released after meeting with some of Utah’s congressional delegation and White House staff this week.

Laurie Holt, of Riverton, believes a groundswell of support from the public and a new presidential administration under Donald Trump will help to free Josh Holt.

“You don’t get in to the White House every day. That was a big step in opening doors to help us get Josh,” Holt said.

Her son has lived in a cell in Caracas since June 2016, when authorities there arrested him on allegations he was stockpiling weapons in his Venezuelan wife’s apartment and spying for the U.S. Holt has said she believes an assault rifle and grenade were planted there.

Josh Holt’s wife, Theresa Calena, is accused of being his accomplice and also is being held.


On Thursday, Holt said her son has written home saying he was losing hope he would be rescued. He recounted the health problems he is facing and detailed poor conditions in the jail.

“He spent his birthday in there last Friday, turning 25,” Holt said. “It just needs to come to an end.”

Holt says she has Trump’s ear. She spoke with national security officers under Secretary of State Rex Tillerson who told her the president has been briefed on Holt’s condition several times.

She also visited Sen. Orrin Hatch and Rep. Mia Love. The Utah Republicans told Holt they would do all they could to free the newlywed who fell in love with Calena, his online Spanish tutor. Holt served an LDS mission in Seattle’s Spanish-speaking neighborhoods and took online lessons from Calena to sharpen his language skills.

Hatch and Love have criticized the Venezuelan government in the wake of the arrests, calling them political maneuvers by a country known for unrest.

“We are still fighting on a number of fronts for Josh, and I was pleased to introduce Laurie to some of the government officials who are helping us in this effort,” Hatch said in a statement. “As long as I’m a United States senator, I will never give up until we see justice for Josh.”


Former Secretary of State John Kerry and another U.S. diplomat discussed Holt with the South American country’s president, Nicolas Maduro, last year, the U.S. State Department said.

Holt previously voiced her frustration with Barack Obama’s administration, saying she did not believe it made her son a priority.

In Venezuela, court proceedings for Josh Holt have been delayed several times. His attorneys said the judge did not show up for court dates.

The newlywed also has reported being ill and malnourished — writing letters home saying he had kidney stones and breathing problems.

“He thinks he’s going to be there forever,” his mother said Thursday. “Our attorneys have explained that’s not the case. There’s a lot of support behind hm. I just have to have faith and hope.”

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Principal forces child to sit naked in office as punishment

Apr. 20, 2017 – 0:55 – A Salt lake City, Utah elementary school principal has been put on leave and is under police investigation after allegedly forcing a male student to strip down and sit naked in her office as a form of punishment

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Wayne LaPierre on why the NRA endorsed Trump so early

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