Mark Conditt, Texas religious far-right bomb terrorist

This 22 March 2018 video from the USA says about itself:

Austin bomber Mark Conditt was part of a Christian survivalist group

Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, has been identified as the person behind a string of deadly bombings in Austin. He blew himself up as police tried to arrest him on Wednesday. The serial Austin bomber had been part of a Christian survivalist group that would discuss weapons and dangerous chemicals – as authorities reveal he had a target list of future locations to continue his reign of terror.

By Sara Boboltz in the USA today:

Austin Bomber’s Recording Says He’s Not Sorry, May Be A ‘Psychopath’

Mark Conditt reportedly had a much more deadly plan to end his bombing rampage. …

As part of his homework for an Austin Community College government class, he kept a blog for a few months in early 2012 in which he detailed conservative views on topics including same-sex marriage (he was against making it legal) and terrorism (he was against cutting deals with al Qaeda operatives).

A BuzzFeed report revealed that Conditt had been active in a Bible study group called Righteous Invasion of Truth (RIOT) that focused on outdoor survival skills, including how to shoot guns and use knives.

Authorities have warned that he may have planted or mailed other bombs prior to his death and have asked residents to stay vigilant.

Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt was part of Christian survivalist group that discussed ‘dangerous’ chemicals. 23-year-old terrorised Texas city with explosive packages under alias ‘Kelly Killmore’: here.

BuzzFeed reports on Conditt’s training with the Christian survivalist group while being homeschooled in a very insular, conservative Christian family in in Pflugerville, Texas. According to that report, Conditt worked on gun skills, chemistry, and Bible studies with the group of conservative Christian homeschooled teens: here.

Mark Conditt’s Politics: Bomber Called Himself ‘Conservative’: here.


Conservative homophobic bomb terrorism in Austin, Texas

This United States TV video about lethal bomb terror in Texas says about itself:

Austin bombing suspect wrote about gay marriage, abortion in class blog

Mark Conditt wrote several blog posts about gay marriage, abortion and the death penalty.

From Associated Pressin the USA today:

Conditt grew up in Pflugerville, a suburb just northeast of Austin where he was still living after moving out of his parents’ home. It’s not far from the site of the first of the four package bombings – a March 2 explosion that killed a 39-year-old man, Anthony House. …

In those [blog] posts, a blogger identifying himself as Mark Conditt of Pflugerville wrote that gay marriage should be illegal. He also … argued in favor of the death penalty. …

Of gay marriage, Conditt wrote: “Homosexuality is not natural. Just look at the male and female bodies. They are obviously designed to couple.”

In these blog posts, Conditt called himself a conservative.

Texas African Americans falsely accused of rape

This 2012 video from the USA says about itself:

The Scottsboro Boys were a group of nine black teenagers accused of rape in the 1930s South. The blatant injustice given to them during their trial lead to several legal reforms. Watch as Emory’s Associate Professor of African American Studies, Carol Anderson, discusses what happened to these boys both during and after their trial.

That was 1930s Alabama. Now, on to 1918 Texas; which, like Alabama, used to be a slave state.

By David Moye in the USA:

02/27/2018 03:28 pm ET

No Jail For Texas Teen Who Lied About Being Raped By 3 Black Men

She has pleaded guilty, saying she made up the story after cutting herself and her clothing.

A North Texas teenager who falsely claimed she was kidnapped and raped by three black men last March will likely serve no jail time.

On Thursday, 19-year-old Breana Harmon of Pottsboro pleaded guilty to four felony charges of tampering with physical evidence and government documents in relation to false reports of kidnapping and sexual assault.

“She’s very remorseful for what she did and what she said, and that’s why she decided to plead guilty,” Harmon’s attorney Bob Jarvis told the Sherman Herald Democrat. No suspects were ever identified or arrested in the case.

Harmon will be sentenced March 20. Her plea deal has two possible punishments: regular probation or deferred adjudication, which often involves fulfilling a requirement, such as treatment or community service. Neither involves jail time.

On March 8, 2017, Harmon was reported missing to the Denison Police Department after witnesses noticed the door to her vehicle was open with personal items, including a phone and keys, scattered on the ground.

A few hours later, Harmon walked into a church wearing only a shirt, bra and underwear. She said she had been kidnapped by three black males wearing ski masks, according to the Sherman Herald Democrat. Harmon claimed the men assaulted her and and that she was raped by two men while a third held her down.

Investigators noticed inconsistencies in Harmon’s story within in a few days. Medical workers didn’t find evidence she had been raped, and the holes in a pair of blue jeans discovered at the alleged crime scene didn’t match her injuries, according to the Dallas Morning News.

“The puzzle pieces just weren’t coming together,” Denison Police Chief Jay Burch said, according to the Morning News.

Harmon told police two weeks later that she made up the rape and that cuts on her body were self-inflicted.

She told officers that she was upset after she and her fiancé had been fighting, according to the Herald Democrat. Harmon said she cut herself and her clothes, then made up the rape story because she didn’t want her family to be angry with her.

Burch said Harmon’s false allegations have hurt the community, especially its African-American residents.

“Breana [Harmon’s] hoax was also insulting to our community and especially offensive to the African-American community due to her description of the so-called suspects in her hoax,” Burch said, according to the Herald Democrat. “The anger and hurt caused from such a hoax are difficult and all so unnecessary.”

Kill LGBTQ people, Texas Republican politician says

This video from the USA says about itself:

21 May 2012

Mississippi conservative Republican State Representative Andy Gipson posted a message on his Facebook page which calls for putting to death gays and lesbians.

That was over five years ago. And now …

By David Edwards in the USA:

Texas GOP candidate cites ‘Biblical law’ on homosexuals and vows to ‘gladly execute a convicted sodomite

24 December 2017

A Texas Republican candidate for governor cited what he said was “Biblical law” last week and vowed to “gladly execute” convicted LGBT people.

Out Smart magazine first reported that Larry Kilgore made the remarks about homosexuals on Twitter.

“I’d gladly execute a convicted adulterer, sodomite or bestialiter,” he wrote. “Biblical law is a blessin.”

Kilgore told Lone Star Q in 2014 that he believes LGBT people deserve to be put to death.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The vice chair of the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents announced Thursday, December 21, he would resign after an uproar over a comment on public affairs television that appeared to liken gay people to pedophiles: here.

Republican Candidate Goes Full Nazi: Jews “Pretend” to be White to Undermine the White Race. Paul Nehlen is openly spewing white nationalist hate speech: here.

Texas hummingbirds 2017 highlights video

This video from the USA says about itself:

Jewels Of The Davis Mountains: 2017 West Texas Hummingbird Cam Highlights

14 December 2017

From North America’s smallest breeding bird—the Calliope Hummingbird—to the comparably colossal Blue-throated Hummingbird, relive the rich diversity of tiny fliers (and more) that visited the West Texas hummingbird cam in 2017.

The West Texas Hummingbird Feeder Cam is nestled in the mountains outside Fort Davis, Texas, at an elevation of over 6200 feet. This site hosts a total of 24 Perky Pet Grand Master hummingbird feeders, and during peak migration can attract hundreds of hummingbirds from a dozen species that are migrating through the arid mountains.

Six-year-old Muslim Down’s Syndrome boy a ‘terrorist’?!

This video says about itself:

26 May 2016

Attacks on Muslims are on the rise, and a group in Dallas, Texas is arming up in fear of a Muslim uprising.

By Rachel Roberts, 3 December 2017:

Teacher reports six-year-old Muslim boy with Down’s Syndrome to police for ‘terrorism

Mohammad Suleiman ‘cannot speak at all’, his parents say

A supply teacher‘s call to police about a six-year-old Muslim boy with Down’s Syndrome led to his family being investigated for terrorism.

Officers launched the probe after six-year-old Mohammad Suleiman allegedly kept repeating the words “Allah” and “boom” [in] class.

His parents from the Texan city of Pearland, around 20 miles south of Houston, have claimed this cannot be true because “he doesn’t speak at all” and has “the mental capacity of a one-year-old.”

The boy’s father said the family been through hell after becoming the subjects of both a police and social services investigation.

“The last three or four weeks have been the hardest of my life,” Maher Suleiman told the Fox26 news channel. “My wife and kids were crying a few days ago and I told them everything is fine.

“Mohammad was born with Down’s Syndrome Chromosome 21. He needs care all the time.”

He added: “They claim that he’s a terrorist. This is so stupid, this is discrimination actually. It’s not implied discrimination, it’s a hundred per cent discrimination.”