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May 4, 1886
Bombing, shooting, riot11+130+IllinoisChicago, IllinoisHaymarket affair – An unknown person or persons at Haymarket Square in Chicago detonated a bomb during a labor rally, killing a police officer and prompting the police to open fire. In the mayhem, an undetermined number of civilians and seven more police officers were killed, mostly by the police shooting in response.[17] Eight anarchists were convicted of conspiracy, and four of them hanged the next year. One killed himself, and the remaining three were later pardoned.Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions
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October 28, 1893
Assassination10IllinoisChicago, IllinoisPatrick Eugene Joseph Prendergast was upset that the Mayor of Chicago, Carter Harrison, Sr., advocated for the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890, seeing it as an action against the citizenry and acting under the influence of England, the Rothschild bankers of Europe, and Wall St. Prendergast imagined this as part of a larger conspiracy that betrayed the will of Jesus Christ. As a delusional newspaper man, he found himself unable to influence policy in Washington or Chicago and ultimately took it upon himself to change the course of history by assassinating the powerful mayor. He felt that his inevitable acquittal would establish a precedent wherein Christian law would be established throughout the city. Prendergast was found sane by a jury and hanged on July 14, 1894.[18]Patrick Eugene Prendergast

September 6, 1901
Assassination, shooting10New York (state) Buffalo, New YorkAssassination of William McKinley – President William McKinley was assassinated by Michigan-born anarchist Leon Czolgosz, in Buffalo, New York.[19]Leon Czolgosz

December 30, 1905
Bombing 10Idaho Caldwell, IdahoFormer Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg was killed by a bomb in front of his Caldwell, Idaho home. The assassin, Harry Orchard, turned state's evidence and accused the Western Federation of Miners of having hired him to assassinate Steunenberg in retaliation for breaking up miners' strikes. However, the labor leaders put on trial due to his accusations were acquitted as defense attorneys Clarence Darrow and Edmund F. Richardson successfully discredited Orchard's testimony.[20]Harry Orchard

October 1, 1910
Bombing 21100+California Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles Times bombing – The Los Angeles Times building in Los Angeles was destroyed by dynamite, killing 21 workers. The bomb was apparently placed due to the paper's opposition to unionization in the city;[21]two labor organizers, the McNamara brothers, then pled guilty to escape a death sentence, receiving fifteen years and life in prison respectively.James and John McNamara

May 30, 1915
Bombing 00Washington (state) Harbor Island, Seattle, WashingtonGerman agents blew up a barge carrying 15 tons of refined gunpowder just off of Harbor Island, Seattle, Washington.[22]Imperial German agents

July 2–3, 1915
Bombing, shooting01 District of Columbia/New York (state)Glen Cove, New YorkFrank Holt (also known as Eric Muenter), a German professor who wanted to stop American support of the Allies in World War I, exploded a bomb in the reception room of the U.S. Senate. The next morning he tried to assassinate J. P. Morgan, Jr., the son of the financier whose company served as Great Britain's principal U.S. purchasing agent for munitions and other war supplies. Muenter was overpowered by Morgan in Morgan's Long Island home before killing himself in prison on July 7.


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1915 was only 104 years ago. 37,960 days ago.... 911,040 hours ago..... 5,422.9 weeks ago... 1,248 months ago.
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Joseph Lyle Menéndez (born January 10, 1968) and Erik Galen Menéndez (born November 27, 1970) are American brothers from Beverly Hills, California, who were convicted in 1994 for the 1989 shotgun murders of their wealthy parents, entertainment executive José Menéndez and his wife Mary ("Kitty"). Although the brothers were not considered to be suspects at first, they attracted the attention of authorities as they spent their deceased parents' fortune lavishly after the murders.

During the trial, the brothers claimed that they committed the murders because of years of sexual and emotional abuse that they had suffered at the hands of their parents, particularly their father. They were first tried seperately, with one jury for each brother. Both juries deadlocked, which led to a mistrial. For the second trial, they were tried together by the same jury, which rejected the defense's claim, and as a result, the brothers were then sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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children killing their own parents.

Erik was 18 at the time of the murders, and Lyle was 21. According to ABC News, Kitty was shot several times in the face and torso on the night of August 20, 1989, and was unrecognizable by the time police arrived at the scene. Jose, meanwhile, had been shot point-blank in the back of the head.

On October 24, 1995, (the retrial of Lyle and Erik Menendez) Amanda Grier testified that she had sold Erik two 12-gauge Mossberg shotguns two days before the murders. Grier said that Erik used fake identification to purchase the guns, reports CNN.

The brothers were arrested in 1990. The first trial, which ended on January 13, 1994, resulted in a hung jury, and the second trial, in 1995, resulted in a first-degree murder conviction. In his interview with ABC, Lyle says, “You’re not living in the reality of what has occurred and why it occurred with anyone in your life… Emotionally you’re a ghost. You’re just living like a ghost among people that are alive.”

Jose has been described as demanding, overbearing, and tyrannical, and during the trials, the defense interviewed six former teachers, six relatives, five neighbors, four tennis coaches, a swim coach and a soccer coach, who all recounted “unpleasant memories of the victims”, writes the New York Times in 1993. The outlet describes one witness who testified in trial– a guest who sat near Jose during a banquet, and claims that at one point, Jose turned to Lyle and said, “Shut up, you dummy.”

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Jose Menendez was born to a prosperous family in Havana, Cuba. His father was a well-known soccer player who owned his own accounting firm. His mother was a swimmer who had been elected to Cuba's sports hall of fame. Although the family was not among the elite, Jose's parents were celebrity athletes and he and his two sisters wanted for nothing. But in 1959, this seemingly idyllic life was uprooted. Fidel Castro overthrew the ruling government and seized the property of the wealthy and upper-middle class. In 1960, a 16 year-old Jose left the country to live in the United States, flying with his sister's fiancé. In high school, he was a high achiever and won an athletic scholarship, but could not afford to attend an Ivy League college. While attending Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, he met his future wife, Mary Louise Anderson, nicknamed Kitty to those who knew her. They married in 1964. After graduating, he passed the CPA exam and he became a successful businessman. In all of his workplaces, he was credited with being an highly intelligent and diligent, but was widely disliked as arrogant and rude to co-workers and abrasive to subordinates. He became the father of two sons, Lyle Menendez and Erik Menendez, and was a stern and demanding father. He was also an unfaithful husband, with a string of mistresses. His family moved to southern California and he became an executive for RCA, and became acquainted with a number of show business celebrities. But he was experiencing marital problems and his relationship with both sons was deteriorating. In 1989, while he and his wife were watching television, they were shot to death by their sons.

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Jose Menendez was a Cuban emigre who was raised by “well-to-do business people and star athletes”, according to the LA Times. He moved to the US when he was 16, and met Mary Louise “Kitty” Anderson at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.

The two married in 1963, and moved to New York, where Jose worked for Coopers & Lybrand accounting firm. Within a matter of months, he was hired by Lyon’s Container Service in Illinois to be conptroller, and three years later, Menendez was named the company’s president.

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Lyon's container service....

I wonder what that is???

The point I'm trying to address is that even if parents are not up to 'standards' by their children... murder is oftentimes unnecessary.

I've heard of 'fake news' but I've never heard of fake Truth. I've heard of 'person(s)' who lie but I've never heard of God that lies.

What does God say about marriage, children and divorce?

In 1960, a 16 year-old Jose left the country to live in the United States, flying with his sister's fiancé. In high school, he was a high achiever and won an athletic scholarship, but could not afford to attend an Ivy League college. While attending Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, he met his future wife, Mary Louise Anderson, nicknamed Kitty to those who knew her. They married in 1964.

In 1964, Mr. Jose Menendez would have been 20.
Mr. Jose Menendez was 45 in the year of 1989.
Married for 25 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Menendez would have had their first child together when Mr. Menendez was 24, 4 years into the marriage.
And Mr. and Mrs Menendez would have had their second child together when Mr. Menendez was 27, 3 years after their first 'child'.

In 1980, Jose began working for RCA as the chief operating officer, and made roughly $500,000 a year, reports the LA Times. Jose eventually uprooted his family to Calabasas, California, in 1987, where he worked as the CEO of LIVE Entertainment. Kitty, meanwhile, was a homemaker and “socialite”.


Erik was 18 at the time of the murders, and Lyle was 21.
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The Leonis Adobe, an adobe structure in Old Town Calabasas, dates from 1844 and is one of the oldest surviving buildings in greater Los Angeles.

Calabasas is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States, located in the hills west of the San Fernando Valley and in the northwest Santa Monica Mountains between Woodland Hills, Agoura Hills, West Hills, Hidden Hills, and Malibu, California.

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The per capita income for the city was $48,189. About 2.1% of families and 3.3% of the population were below the poverty line, including 3.4% of those under age 18 and 1.7% of those age 65 or over.

The 8,350 housing units averaged 566.7 per square mile (218.9/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 85.92% White (including a large Iranian community and people of Jewish faith and ancestry), 2.18% Black or African American, 0.13% Native American, 7.71% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 1.31% from other races, and 2.71% from two or more races. About 4.74% of the population were Hispanics or Latinos of any race.

Average home price's in Calabasas range dramatically depending on the community. Keep in mind this is a down market and Calabasas prices are priced extremely well as compared to 2006-2007, as a whole Calabasas homes have retained their pricing better than most of Los Angeles comparatively. As of October 2011, Typically Single Family homes in guard gated communities 1500 SF -2200 sf range in700,000+, 2300-3000sf 800,000-1M, 3,000 Sf -4500sf 1M-2M, 4500 SF - 6500SF 1.5-3M Over 6500 SF are typically Estate Homes and can range dramatically depending on ammenities and lots...

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Mark Steven Cohen (born 1956) is an American neuroscientist and early pioneer of functional brain imaging using magnetic resonance imaging. He currently is a Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology, Radiology, Psychology, BiomedicalPhysics and Biomedical Engineering at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Behavior and the Staglin Center for Cognitive Neuroscience.

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Mr. Cohen was 33 in the year 1989.

What might Doctor of Philosophy Mr. Cohen say to this comment made by Lyle Menendez?

“You’re not living in the reality of what has occurred and why it occurred with anyone in your life… Emotionally you’re a ghost. You’re just living like a ghost among people that are alive.”

Erik Menendez confessed to the killings to his therapist, L. Jerome Oziel, and Lyle later met with both of them to discuss the situation. Lyle reportedly threatened to kill the therapist if he relayed the information to anyone else; however, Dr. Oziel did tell his girlfriend, who alerted authorities, and the Menendez brothers were eventually arrested in March 1990.

Joseph Lyle Menendez was born in New York City on January 10, 1968, and grew up outside of Princeton, New Jersey. The older son of Jose Menedez, a Cuban immigrant and successful entertainment executive, and Mary "Kitty" Menedez, Lyle and his younger brother, Erik, grew up amid wealth and privilege. However, their father exerted immense pressure on them to succeed in school and athletics.

After the family moved to Southern California in 1986, the brothers grew more rebellious under the tight grip of their father. Lyle returned to New Jersey the following year by enrolling at Princeton University, but was suspended for a year for plagiarism.

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Well hated is a strong word, but he did actually use strong words when addressing them:

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And making a whip of cords, he drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and oxen. And he poured out the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables. And he told those who sold the pigeons, "Take these things away; do not make my Father's house a house of trade."[Jn 2:13–16]
And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money changers, and the seats of them that sold doves, And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.​
Well hated is a strong word, but he did actually use strong words when addressing them:
Of course, this might not be in reference to Christ (J)esus. But still....​
What would you do or what might you say if someone you didn't know was pounding on your front door at, let's say 2 in the morning?​
And when you go to open it the person is walking away, let us just say rhetorically, and tells you to go screw yourself...​
First time might be more 'bewilderment' than anything else.. The second time might cause some strange suspicion. The third, fourth and fifth time might get you to thinking something is quite not right. After that, maybe police?​
Of course at this time, it will be your word verses the Police's, right?​

Imagine what you might be 'thought' of as if your neighbors got word of how you tried to over exaggerate to the police or whomever...

how are things going in your city or town or suburb community?
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