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Police Capture Man Believed Responsible for Serial Killings of the Homeless

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Walking among us, in regular, everyday society, are people with an innate and unstoppable urge to kill.  It has been this way forever, likely, but the last several decades of American history, in particular, has bred some of the most fearsome monsters that we’ve ever known.

Ted Budy, John Wayne Gacy, and Jeffrey Dahmer to name a few.

Police this week believe that they may have finally nabbed another prolific killer, after a series of ungodly crimes have been committed against the homeless in the northeast.

A man wanted in a string of shootings targeting men experiencing homelessness in New York and Washington was arrested early Tuesday, police said.

The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington announced the arrest Tuesday, saying the suspect was arrested around 2:30 a.m. after agents with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives spotted him while canvassing the southeast area of the city.

The suspect was clearly suffering from mental health issues.

Authorities identified him as Gerald Brevard, 30, and noted he has an arrest history that includes assaulting an officer in Washington. He was temporarily committed to Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington for a competency assessment, found competent and released back to jail, according to Barbara Bazron, director of Behavioral Health in D.C.

In 2018, Brevard was also enrolled for help in the city for behavioral health services, Bazron added.

His spree was scattered and horrific.

The Metropolitan Police Department said no motive had been established, and Chief Robert Contee said the attacks appeared to be random. At least five men were shot, two fatally, since March 3 in a series of attacks in both cities that police say are connected.

“We hope Brevard’s arrest provides a sense of closure for you but also relief to our vulnerable homeless population here in the District of Columbia,” Contee said. “This case is an example of what happens when there is good police work, science and community support.”

Authorities were sure to thank the work of ballistics experts who were integral in solving the case.

 

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Mariupol Battle at Steel Plant Ends as Russians Take Control of City | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Drew Allen – Conservative Political Analyst, Author, and Speaker ( DrewThomasAllen.com )

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Mariupol Battle at Steel Plant Ends as Russians Take Control of City | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Drew Allen – Conservative Political Analyst, Author, and Speaker ( DrewThomasAllen.com )
Topics:
1) U.S. warns Russia is engaged in a war of attrition – Reports from captures Russians reveal that Russian commanders are killing their own wounded and leaving their dead on the battlefield
2) Sweden after 200 years of neutrality formally requests to join NATO
3) Senate advances $40B to Ukraine for weapons and humanitarian aid
4) 234K migrant encounters at the border in April with no improvement in sight
5) Elon Musk slams Biden as a Teleprompter President
6) Democrats invoke a strategy to demonize MAGA – Radical group Moveon.org pumps in $30M to oppose MAGA candidates
*Meanwhile BLM founder paid $4M to her secretary, brother and father of her child – No surprise here
7) Key election today in Pennsylvania Republican Primary – OZ leads by only 2 points in key race
8) Biden goes to Buffalo to pay respects
9) Biden HHS loses Transgender case as Christian Alliance wins case in Federal Appeals Court on Gender-transition discrimination case

https://rumble.com/embed/v12h113/?pub=4 Mariupol Battle at Steel Plant Ends as Russians Take Control of City | Schaftlein Report ———————— Guest: Drew Allen – Conservative Political Analyst, Author, and Speaker ( DrewThomasAllen.com ) Topics: 1) U.S. warns Russia is engaged in a war of attrition – Reports from captures Russians reveal that Russian commanders are killing their own wounded and leaving their dead on the battlefield 2) Sweden after 200 years of neutrality formally requests to join NATO 3) Senate advances $40B to Ukraine for weapons and humanitarian aid 4) 234K migrant encounters at the border in April with no improvement in sight 5) Elon Musk slams Biden as a Teleprompter President 6) Democrats invoke a strategy to demonize MAGA – Radical group Moveon.org pumps in $30M to oppose MAGA candidates *Meanwhile BLM founder paid $4M to her secretary, brother and father of her child – No surprise here 7) Key election today in Pennsylvania Republican Primary – OZ leads by only 2 points in key race 8) Biden goes to Buffalo to pay respects 9) Biden HHS loses Transgender case as Christian Alliance wins case in Federal Appeals Court on Gender-transition discrimination case

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