A Sincere Message to My Fellow American Citizens from an Expatriate:

To All American Citizens:

Please do something about your criminal gangster president-want-to-be Donald Trump. He is more dangerous than Osama Bin Laden had been and than any Ayatollah.  He is here played by the great actor Robert De Nero in the Untouchables.  Trump’s gangs believe they are untouchable: Remember-America has always been a country of Law until 2017.



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A sincere message from expatriate writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi



Welcome to America – The Land of the Free to Kill at Will

This expatriate writer Dr/. Sabri g. Bebawi invites every criminal to come to the United States to feel home and to achieve your dreams of killing anyone you like.  America is a lawless land where every idiot can own as many weapons as he/she can and use them at will.  Welcome to Trump’s Great America.

Spurned advances provoked Texas school shooting, victim’s mother says

By Liz Hampton

SANTA FE, Texas (Reuters) – A teenage boy who shot and killed eight students and two teachers during a gun rampage at a Houston-area high school had been spurned by one of his victims after making aggressive advances, her mother told a newspaper.

Sadie Rodriguez, the mother of Shana Fisher, 16, told the Los Angeles Times that her daughter rejected four months of aggressive advances from Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, who is in jail charged with murdering 10 people early on Friday at the high school in Santa Fe.

Fisher finally stood up to him and embarrassed him in class, the newspaper quoted her mother as writing in a private message to the Times.

For graphic on timeline of major mass shootings in the United States since 2007 click

“A week later he opens fire on everyone he didn’t like,” she said. “Shana being the first one.”

Rodriguez could not independently be reached for comment.

If true, it would be the second school shooting in recent months driven by such rejection.

In March, a 17-year-old Maryland high school student used his father’s gun to fatally shoot a female student with whom he had been in a recently ended relationship.

Police said Pagourtzis confessed to Friday’s killings after he was taken into custody, but authorities have offered no motive yet for the massacre, the fourth-deadliest mass shooting at a U.S. public school in modern history.

The Santa Fe Independent School District (ISD) denied accounts from some classmates that Pagourtzis had been bullied, including by a football coach.

“Administration looked into these claims and confirmed that these reports are untrue,” it said on Saturday in a statement on Facebook.

Classmates at the school, which has some 1,460 students, described Pagourtzis as a quiet loner who played on the football team. He wore a black trench coat to school in the Texas heat on Friday and opened fire with a pistol and shotgun.

In Santa Fe on Sunday, many churches and businesses had signs outside with messages such as “Santa Fe strong” and “Santa Fe ISD we are here for you.”

About 100 people attended an emotional service at the Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Service dogs were in a nearby hall to help console grieving victims.

Jared Black, one of the students killed, attended a youth group at the church, and many of its members embraced his mother Pam when the family arrived.

“I was not prepared for dealing with the aftermath,” Rusty Norman, president of the Santa Fe ISD board of trustees and a member of the church, said in an address to the congregation.

“What was supposed to be a safe place was not.”

It was the latest rampage to stoke a long-running national debate over gun ownership, three months after a student-led gun control movement emerged from a mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, which killed 17 teens and educators.

Many of those student activists have taken aim at the pro-gun National Rifle Association (NRA).

Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” NRA President Oliver North said students should not be afraid to attend class, but that his gun-rights advocacy group does not think the solution is to limit the Second Amendment right to bear arms.

“I believe that we can make sure kids are protected without taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens,” North said, calling for metal detectors in schools and more use of the NRA’s offer to schools of free security assessments.

Pagourtzis has provided authorities little information about the shootings, his attorney Nicholas Poehl said, adding: “Honestly because of his emotional state, I don’t have a lot on that.”

Texas’ governor, Greg Abbott, a Republican, told reporters that Pagourtzis obtained the firearms from his father, who had likely acquired them legally.

Abbott also said Pagourtzis wanted to commit suicide, citing the suspect’s journals, but lacked the courage to do so.

Pagourtzis’ family said in a statement they were “saddened and dismayed” by the shooting and “as shocked as anyone else” by the events. They said they are cooperating with authorities.

This expatriate writer asks: Why do they show the criminal’s face and make him look like a hero? Shouldn’t the media, as I learned in Journalism School, be more sociably responsible?

Expatriate Sick of America, American Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi


Criminal Gangster Donald Trump said 11 false things in just 5 tweets Sunday morning

(CNN)On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted. And tweeted. And tweeted.

Between 9:04 am and 9:37 am, Trump sent 5 tweets — all around the same basic theme: He is being unfairly persecuted by special counsel Robert Mueller even as Mueller and the broader FBI overlook crimes by Democrats.
The tweets are riddled with misinformation and, in some cases, outright falsehoods. Taken together, Trump said 11 things that aren’t true. Here’s the breakdown — tweet by tweet.
1. “Things are really getting ridiculous. The Failing and Crooked (but not as Crooked as Hillary Clinton) @nytimes has done a long & boring story indicating that the World’s most expensive Witch Hunt has found nothing on Russia & me so now they are looking at the rest of the World!” (9:04 am)
Trump is referring here to an article in the Times published Saturday detailing a 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a liaison for two Arab princes in which the emissary made clear that his clients wanted to assist Trump’s campaign.
He is also making a tangential reference to a detailed piece published in the Times earlier this week that detailed the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between his campaign and the Russians.
Trump is hanging his conclusion on this one sentence: “A year and a half later, no public evidence has surfaced connecting Mr. Trump’s advisers to the hacking or linking Mr. Trump himself to the Russian government’s disruptive efforts.”
What that sentences makes clear is a) no public evidence yet exists and b) the investigation is ongoing.
Untruth/Exaggeration Count: 1
2. “….At what point does this soon to be $20,000,000 Witch Hunt, composed of 13 Angry and Heavily Conflicted Democrats and two people who have worked for Obama for 8 years, STOP! They have found no Collussion with Russia, No Obstruction, but they aren’t looking at the corruption…”
There’s zero factual basis — at least that I can find — for Trump putting a $20 million price tag on the Mueller probe. The closest we have come to a fact-based cost for the Mueller probe is back in December, when the investigation’s total cost was $6.7 million.
Trump’s claim that there are 13 Democrats on Mueller’s team is also false. According to The Washington Post’s Fact Checker, five of the 16 known members of Mueller’s team donated to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. The New York Times says that nine of the 17 known lawyers on Mueller’s team have donated to Democratic campaigns in the past. Then there’s this from the Post’s Philip Bump: “Of the 18 attorneys we identified on Mueller’s team, half gave no money to anyone, according to our analysis. Another five gave $1,000 or less. The one who gave the most also gave to two Republicans.”
RELATED: Meet the Mueller team.
It’s not entirely clear who Trump is referring to with the line “two people who have worked for Obama for 8 years” but, presumably, one of them is Mueller himself. The problem with that is that Mueller was appointed FBI director by President George W. Bush, a Republican. President Obama simply kept Mueller on for the length of his 10-year term.
Trump says that Mueller’s team has found no collusion (he misspelled that word in the original tweet), but that too is not accurate. The investigation is ongoing and all of Mueller’s findings have yet to go public.
Untruth/Exaggeration Count: 4
3. “…In the Hillary Clinton Campaign where she deleted 33,000 Emails, got $145,000,000 while Secretary of State, paid McCabes wife $700,000 (and got off the FBI hook along with Terry M) and so much more. Republicans and real Americans should start getting tough on this Scam.”
First, a truth: Clinton did delete 33,000 emails after she and her attorneys determined they were entirely private and personal communications with no ties to her work as Secretary of State.
Now, to the untruths.
The $145 million figure Trump is referring to is the total donations to the Clinton Foundation by nine individuals who also at one time or another had investments in a Russian company that Clinton’s State Department allowed to buy a majority stake in Uranium One, a Canada-based company with US mining interests. The problems with Trump’s claim, as detailed here by PolitiFact, are considerable and include the fact that the donations to the Clinton Foundation were made prior to the idea of Clinton serving as secretary of State and that State was one of nine agencies who okayed the deal.
Trump’s insistence that someone in the Clinton campaign paid then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s wife $700,000 as a payoff to drop any investigations into them is a jumble of falsehoods. McCabe’s wife ran for the state Senate in Virginia in 2015. A super PAC affiliated with Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Clinton ally, donated $500,000 to her campaign. She lost. There is zero evidence that Hillary Clinton was involved in the donation in any way, shape or form, or that McAuliffe made the donation to dissuade Andrew McCabe from looking into alleged wrongdoing by the Clintons.
Untruth/Exaggeration Count: 2
4. “Now that the Witch Hunt has given up on Russia and is looking at the rest of the World, they should easily be able to take it into the Mid-Term Elections where they can put some hurt on the Republican Party. Don’t worry about Dems FISA Abuse, missing Emails or Fraudulent Dossier!”
The Mueller probe has not “given up” on Russia. It’s worth noting that five people in the Trump campaign orbit have already pleaded guilty to crimes unearthed by Mueller and several — including former national security adviser Michael Flynn and former deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates — are cooperating with the Mueller probe.
Trump's implanted-informant theory is a lot like his unfounded wiretapping allegation
Trump’s implanted-informant theory is a lot like his unfounded wiretapping allegation
It’s less clear what Trump is referring to with the phrase “Dems FISA abuse” although he has repeatedly suggested that Obama ordered a wiretap on him at Trump Tower during the campaign (not true) and that the FBI placed an informant in his campaign as spy (knowledgeable sources deny that claim).
As for the missing emails, it is not clear what crime Trump is alleging, although there is little doubt Clinton would have been better served to have a neutral third party go through her emails to determine which were personal and could be deleted and which were not.
Trump’s claim that the so-called “Steele dossier” is “fraudulent” is also not accurate. The more salacious elements of the dossier, gathered by former British spy Christopher Steele, are unconfirmed by the FBI. But the intelligence community has made clear that portions of the dossier are borne out by their own investigation.
Untruth/Exaggeration Count: 3 (at least)
5. “What ever happened to the Server, at the center of so much Corruption, that the Democratic National Committee REFUSED to hand over to the hard charging (except in the case of Democrats) FBI? They broke into homes & offices early in the morning, but were afraid to take the Server?”
This one is, mostly, accurate! The FBI confirmed that the DNC repeatedly rejected their requeststo turn over the email server that had been penetrated by someone allegedly affiliated with the Russians.
Trump’s reference to the raids conducted by the FBI on the homes and offices of people like former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen misses the mark, however. Federal law enforcement did not break into these homes. They conducted raids based on search warrants — and entirely legal process based on, among other things, probable cause.
Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi

We have not only a criminal gangster president-want-to-be, but also he is an ignorant uneducated ‘thing.’

This expatriate writer cannot believe that the White House is occupied by not only a criminal gangster, but by one who has no idea of anything at all – an uneducated thug.  I wish El Chapo were in his place.

We should all mute Donaldo Trumpo

Bill Gates recently divulged that he had attempted to talk business with the republican President Donald Trump on at least two meetings. Mr. Gates who was focused on talking about the advantages of the government partnering with private industry in the research of vaccinations to prevent diseases, was surprised when the president questioned him on both occasions about the differences between HIV and HPV infections.

What’s alarming is that the president should have made it his business to know more about these diseases, as it has become public knowledge, that he did not practice safe sex with his multiple adulterous affairs.

As per a March 26, 2018 report by Martha Ross, “In describing their alleged affairs with President Donald Trump publicly, Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels have raised a host of legal issues about possible abuse of power and campaign-finance violations. But they also revealed to Anderson Cooper a health-related detail that has raised other questions. They say that Trump preferred to not use condoms in the sexual encounters they had with him in 2006.”

“The TV anchor pointedly asked both women if “protection was used during their alleged encounters with the future president. They said no, and people on Twitter took note.”

“Forget the affair, if I were Melania Trump I would be LIVID that my husband was risking my health by having unprotected sex with a porn star,” wrote lawyer and feminist author Amee Vanderpool, who also called Daniels “smart” and “savvy.”

Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi

American Corruption at its worst – America-America!!

One may look right, left, straight or back, one is certain to find that the Gangster Donald Trump Mafia Family has no respect neither for theConstitution nor the laws of the land.  They have complete disrespect for the great nation of the United States of America or its citizens. They have taken its greatness and buried it in mud of scandals one after another. This expatriate writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi is at his most dismayed state ever and wishes his country to be great again.

Trump Jr. met Saudi, UAE princes’ emissary for campaign help before 2016 US election: report

Donald Trump Jr., the U.S. president’s eldest son, met in August 2016 with an envoy representing the crown princes of United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.


The meeting was first reported by the New York Times on Saturday and confirmed by an attorney representing Trump Jr.

The meeting was a chance for the envoy to offer help to the Trump presidential campaign, according to The New York Times.

The newspaper said the meeting, held on Aug. 3, 2016, was arranged by Erik Prince, the founder and former head of private military contractor Blackwater, who attended the meeting. Joel Zamel, a co-founder of an Israeli consulting firm, was also in attendance.

Alan Futerfas, Trump Jr.’s attorney, said on Saturday that nothing came of the meeting.

“Prior to the 2016 election, Donald Trump Jr. recalls a meeting with Erik Prince, George Nader and another individual who may be Joel Zamel,” Futerfas said in an emailed statement. “They pitched Mr. Trump Jr. on a social media platform or marketing strategy. He was not interested and that was the end of it.”

A company connected to Zamel also worked on a proposal for a “covert multimillion-dollar online manipulation campaign” to help Trump, utilizing thousands of fake social media accounts, the New York Times report said.

The envoy, Lebanese-American businessman George Nader, told Trump, Jr. that the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and the UAE were eager to help his father win the 2016 presidential election, the paper said.

Since 1974, the United States has barred foreign nationals from giving money to political campaigns and it later barred them from donating to political parties. The campaign financing laws also prohibit foreign nationals from coordinating with a campaign and from buying an ad that explicitly calls for the election or defeat of a candidate.

The Saudi and UAE embassies in Washington did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The Wall Street Journal last month reported that investigators working for U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller had met with Zamel, and that Mueller’s team was looking into his firm’s work and his relationship with Nader.

Mueller is investigating whether Russia meddled in the presidential election and if Moscow colluded with the Trump campaign, as well as whether Trump committed obstruction of justice by trying to thwart the U.S. Department of Justice probe.

Trump has denied any collusion with Russia and has called the Mueller investigation a “witch hunt.”

The New York Times report said the meetings are an indication that other countries besides Russia may have offered help to Trump’s presidential campaign. Mueller’s investigators have questioned witnesses in Washington, New York, Atlanta, Tel Aviv and elsewhere regarding possible foreign help to the campaign, the report said.

Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mueller’s team, declined to comment on the report.

Zamel’s attorney, Marc Mukasey, said in a statement to Reuters that his client “offered nothing to the Trump campaign, received nothing from the Trump campaign, delivered nothing to the Trump campaign and was not solicited by, or asked to do anything for, the Trump campaign.”

“Media reports about Mr. Zamel’s engaging in ‘social media manipulation’ are uninformed,” Mukasey added. “Mr. Zamel’s companies harvest publicly available information for lawful use.”

Kathryn Ruemmler, Nader’s lawyer, told the paper that her client “has fully cooperated with the U.S. special counsel’s investigation and will continue to do so.”

Erik Prince, who is also the brother of U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, could not be immediately reached for comment.



Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi


President want-to-be Donald Trump is like a chicken with no head – Sickening Image.

Trump demands an investigation into suspected FBI surveillance of his 2016 campaign

  • Trump plans to officially demand that the Justice Department probe reports that the FBI look into reported surveillance of his 2016 campaign.
  • Last week, Trump blasted reports that an informant was secretly feeding the bureau information as “worse than Watergate”


President Donald Trump said on Sunday he would demand an investigation into whether the FBI had placed surveillance on his 2016 campaign — and whether such activity was ordered by his members of the administration of his predecessor, Barack Obama.

Ramping up a public war of words between the Oval Office and the law enforcement agency, the president said that he would formally request the Department of Justice probe the FBI’s role in investigating his campaign. His remarks come amid reports that the agency had placed a confidential informant somewhere in Trump’s organization, while he was a candidate.

Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump

I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes – and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!

Last week, Trump reacted to the suggestion of potential FBI spying as being “bigger than Watergate.” Meanwhile, The Washington Post reported this week that allies close to the president were working to expose the source.

Trump and the FBI have been locked in an unprecedented public battle. The president and his allies have long complained about a “deep state” agenda of government officials actively working to undermine his presidency.

In an interview with The Post this week, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani — Trump’s personal lawyer — accused law enforcement officials of “covering” for actions committed by the Obama administration.



Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi


Mr. President want-to-be Criminal Gangster Donald Trump – To prison you shall go my friend.

This expatriate citizen is pleased to predict that president want-to-be Donal Trump’s days are numbered and soon shall America be saved from Fascism and Nazism. We shall overcome.

Trump Should Get Details on Informant Before Mueller Interview, Giuliani Says

President’s lawyer seeks information about person said to have been used by U.S. investigators


President Donald Trump shouldn’t agree to talk with special counsel Robert Mueller without knowing more about a man said to have approached Trump campaign aides in 2016 as part of the U.S. investigation into Russian election interference, his lawyer said Saturday.

Rudy Giuliani said Mr. Trump could be “walking into a trap” unless federal prosecutors make clear the role played by the suspected informant and whether the person compiled any “incriminating information” about Mr. Trump’s associates.

Mr. Giuliani’s comments suggest the Trump legal team is seeking leverage in the latest rounds of monthslong negotiations with Mr. Mueller about the terms under which the president would testify.

“What we intend to do is premise it on, ‘If you want an interview, we need an answer to this,’ ” Mr. Giuliani said in an interview.

In recent days, Mr. Trump and his allies have been moving more aggressively to try to discredit the Russia investigation, edging closer to a collision with the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation. They have seized on reports about the informant as evidence in their view that the Russia probe is motivated by political animus toward the president and not Russia’s efforts to influence the election outcome.

In a tweet on Saturday, Mr. Trump suggested that federal agents had been “infiltrating” his campaign “for the benefit of” his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. For his part, Mr. Giuliani in the interview said before agreeing to talk, the Trump team would seek to learn more about what he described as a breach of the campaign’s “private communications.”

But former law-enforcement officials have said informants in a probe involving a presidential campaign could be used for law-enforcement or foreign-intelligence purposes, but not for political ends.

The suspected informant met with Trump campaign aides Carter Page and Sam Clovis. Mr. Page had been on the radar of U.S. counterintelligence officials for years over his dealings with Russia, and Mr. Clovis has met with Mr. Mueller’s prosecutors over his involvement with a onetime campaign adviser who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians. Neither Mr. Page nor Mr. Clovis have been accused of wrongdoing.

Congressional Republicans are demanding records from the Justice Department about both the informant and other aspects of the investigation into Mr. Trump’s campaign. Rep. Devin Nunes (R., Calif), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a close ally of Mr. Trump, has gone so far to threaten to hold Attorney General Jeff Sessions in contempt of Congress if he doesn’t supply information about the person—an extraordinary threat from a committee chairman to an attorney general of his own party.

Last week, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, to turn over the requested information, a person familiar with the matter said. The Justice Department disputed that account of the meeting but declined to elaborate.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R., N.C.), who co-signed a letter to the president on Tuesday asking him to direct the Justice Department to release the records, said in an interview Saturday: “Any instruction that the Justice Department may have gotten from Gen. Kelly is consistent with where I’ve come to understand the president’s position to be.”

The White House didn’t respond to a request for comment.

Mr. Rosenstein has at times shown a willingness to meet congressional requests for information. But the department has resisted Mr. Nunes’s latest demand, even during a classified briefing with the congressman last week with intelligence officials. Mr. Nunes didn’t respond to an invitation from the Justice Department to meet with intelligence officials again this week.

Officials have told Mr. Nunes that providing him with the requested information would put lives in danger, hurt investigations and damage international partnerships.

A former senior Justice Department official familiar with the department’s thinking said the requests for information about confidential human sources are a red line for Mr. Rosenstein and others who believe providing such details would set a dangerous precedent.

FBI Director Christopher Wray and Mr. Rosenstein have been making increasingly pointed public statements about the dangers of giving too much access. Mr. Rosenstein has said the Justice Department wouldn’t be “extorted” or succumb to threats, and Mr. Wray this past week added that “the day we can’t protect human sources is the day the American people start becoming less safe.”

People close to the White House are dismissive of that argument, saying broadly that Justice Department is merely trying to suppress potentially embarrassing information.

Reports of a government informant have migrated in recent days from conservative news outlets to the mainstream press, with the Washington Post and New York Times publishing articles on Friday.

Mr. Trump’s lawyers have spent the past several months discussing with Mr. Mueller’s team the parameters of a possible interview, which Mr. Trump had said he is eager to do. The special counsel is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, as well as whether the president sought to obstruct justice. Mr. Trump has denied collusion and obstruction, and Moscow has denied election meddling.

Mr. Page, who was a Trump foreign-policy adviser, said he met with a person who is now believed to be the informant in July 2016. The event, a symposium on the 2016 election, was held at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. on July 11 and 12.

The suspected informant asked to meet Mr. Clovis, a Trump campaign co-chairman who had initially helped assemble the foreign-policy team, in late August 2016, presenting himself as a professor and foreign-policy expert who wanted to help the campaign, according to Victoria Toensing, a lawyer for Mr. Clovis.

The two met just outside Washington, D.C., and discussed China, Ms. Toensing said. “Russia never came up,” she said. “The conversation was only about China.”


Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi



Mr. Lawyer, you have disrespected your profession as an officer of the court and the law.  You have betrayed you sworn testimony to become a member of the Bar.  You are ignorant.  Though you said in your ranting that “this is America.” Yes, it is; and America does not speak English or any language.  You are a stupid man my friend.  It is I who pay for your life and your families.

As an attorney, help the undocumented workers to get their stolen money and they will spit on you, and your country and leave this “shithole” “watsteland” America.

(New York, NY) – An attorney being blasted for a racial rant caught on video in Manhattan is no longer allowed in his office. A note on the midtown building where Aaron Schlossberg works says the attorney has been evicted.

A video has gone viral of Schlossberg yelling at employees at a café for speaking Spanish and threatening to call immigration officials. The lawyer was confronted by reporters yesterday afternoon but refused to answer questions.

When an NBC News cameraman walked up to Schlossberg he ran away in a full sprint, another video which has gone viral. The internet has shown no mercy. A “GoFundMe” page is raising money to send Schlossberg a mariachi band and an online petition to disbar the attorney has thousands of signatures.

It appears that Aaron is no stranger to racial tension. Once the video went viral, others remembered seeing Aaron raging in other situations.

This Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi is now content



What would you say to that Gangster president-want-to-be Donald Trump, NRA puppet?

It is this writer’s opinion that the parents should be arrested and tried for multiple first degree murder.

School shootings so common Santa Fe student felt ‘eventually it would happen here, too’

(CNN)Paige Curry was visibly shaken during her interview Friday.

She had just been escorted out of Santa Fe High School, where a gunman had killed 10 people. She and others had hidden behind a stage in school’s theater room as the shooting went on. She told reporters she was scared, struggled to keep calm and remembered another student having a panic attack.
Despite the fear, the gunshots she heard and the trauma she’ll deal with the rest of her life, the incident came as no surprise to Paige.
“It’s been happening everywhere, I’ve always kind of felt that eventually it would happen here, too,” Paige told CNN affiliate KPRC-TV.
This is the 22nd US school shooting since the beginning of the year, and the third instance in eight days in which a gunman was on a school campus.
It’s also the third time within a six-month period the state of Texas has made national headlines. In November, a gunman killed 26 people in Sutherland Springs. Then in March, a “serial bomber” detonated five bomb attacks over the course of 19 days, that left two people dead.
Two people have been detained in connection with the Santa Fe High School shooting, authorities say. The Galveston County Sheriff’s Office identified the shooter as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, who is in jail. The sheriff’s office said he is accused of capital murder.
The alleged shooter used a shotgun and a .38 revolver that were owned legally by his father, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told reporters. Two school resource officers were on the campus and confronted the shooter “early on in the process,” Abbott said.
Investigators believe that the second person in custody, an 18-year-old, may be an accomplice but not a shooter, a law enforcement official said.
Sad Expatriate Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi


What have you done to America Criminal Gangster Trump?

This expatriate writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi is saddened at how Blacks and minorities are treated in the Wasteland of the United States of America under the auspice of a corrupt government that is worse than that of Hitler’s and Mussolini’s.


(New Haven, CT) – Yale University is gaining attention after a white student called campus police on a black student for falling asleep in a commons room. Lolade Siyonbola posted a video online of her interaction with officers, who said they received a report of an unauthorized person on campus.

She said she dozed off in the common room of her dorm while writing a paper, and the white student came in, turned on the lights and told her she should not be there.

Siyonbola opened her dorm room to show officers she lived on campus, but was still asked to show her student ID to prove she was a student. A spokesperson for Yale said the school believes the police followed the right procedures.

The dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences also sent an email to students discussing the importance of inclusivity.

 Expatriate Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi

Thank you president want-to-be Donald Trump for making America Great: A Great Satan, a Great “Shithole.”

This expatriate writer is absolutely dismayed at what Trump made America to be: The greatest criminal, the greatest racist, and the greatest idiotic place in the world – Just as Ezra Pound depicted it “A Wasteland.”


(Warsaw, NC) – An incident involving a white police officer who choked an African-American man outside a North Caroline Waffle House is under investigation. Twenty-two-year-old Anthony Wall allegedly got into an argument on Saturday with some of the staff at the Warsaw restaurant when police were called.

A cell phone video posted to Wall’s Facebook page shows an unidentified officer pushing him up against the outside of the building and putting his hands around his neck, then wrestling him to the ground and handcuffing him.

Wall’s been charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter, Bernice King, called for a boycott of all Waffle House locations on Twitter in response to the incident.

Expatriate Distressed American Writer Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi


Amendment II Interpretation: A disgrace to the United States of America, a Criminal State

Another High School Mass Shooting In Sante Fe SW Texas with At Least 10 Fatalities.

 President want-to-be Donald Trump has recently made fun of his masters the French and considered a terrorist attack by Islamic Murderers to America’s love for murder for the fun of it.  Here is yet another one and no action has been taken.  The insanity of the American gun lovers and the NRA puppets is beyond tolerance now.  When will the Honorable Supreme Court get some common sense and interpret the Amendment correctly? I offered to teach them English for free. This writer is beyond sick.

On the 18th of May, another mass shooting tragedy has taken place at a US High School in Southwest Texas, about 20 miles from Galveston. At this point, there is little solid information. It is Sante Fe High School.

There was a quick press conference by police where there was confirmation of at least 10 fatalities (9 students and 1 teacher) while many were transported from the scene to local hospitals for trauma care.

(KPRC)Student witnesses said there was a fire drill after 8 am local time, then there were sounds like someone kicking a trash can. Some heard what they thought were gun shots but others claimed the sounds were from explosives. Then the students heard teachers, yelling at them to evacuate and that the danger was for real.

There has been one student and one person of interest taken into custody by police.

There are reports about 3 guns having been found along with some pipe bombs.One was a hand gun, one was a shot gun and one was an assault rifle.

As per a News 5 report:

At least eight people — and as many as 10 — have died as a result of a shooting Friday morning at a high school in the southeastern Texas city of Santa Fe, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said.

See: RELATED: MAP: 41 US school shootings so far in 2018

“This is the third school shooting in the past seven days, and the 22nd since the beginning of the year in the United States.”

“A male suspect, believed to be a student, has been arrested in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, about 20 miles outside Galveston, Gonzalez said.”

“Most of the dead are students, the sheriff said.”

The Santa Fe Police, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives all responded to the scene.

“Witnesses described students running from the school as they heard gunshots; they also described hearing an alarm at the school, though the sequence of events wasn’t immediately clear.”

“An armed person walked into an art class at the school and began firing what looked like a shotgun, a witness told CNN affiliate KTRK.

“The witness told KTRK she saw a girl shot in the leg.”

“At least 12 people from the school are being treated at three hospitals, authorities said. Seven people are at Clear Lake Regional Medical in Webster, Texas; two patients are being treated at Mainland Medical Center in Texas City and three patients are at John Sealy University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.”

At least one police officer was injured, Gonzalez said.

“Aerial video from the scene showed several police officers outside the school. Some were searching students and their backpacks.”

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Witnesses describe hearing an alarm and gunfire

“Angelica Martinez, a 14-year-old student, told CNN she and her schoolmates were being evacuated at one point “like it’s a “fire drill.”

“We were all standing (outside), but not even five minutes later, we started hearing gunshots,” she said. “And then everybody starts running, but like the teachers are telling us to stay put, but we’re all just running away.”

“I didn’t see anybody shooting, but like (the gunshots) were kind of spaced,” Angelica said, adding she heard about 4 shots.”

“The witness who spoke to KTRK also said she heard an alarm. She didn’t specify if that was before or after the gunfire she described in the art class.”

“She said she couldn’t describe the shooter.

“I didn’t look. I just ran,” she said.

“Another student, Dakota Shrader, told CNN affiliate KPRC that she heard gunshots only after hearing an alarm in the school.”

“I was in the history hallway, and as soon as we heard the alarms, everybody just started leaving following the same procedure as … (a) practice fire drill,” Shrader said, breaking into tears. “And next thing you know, we just hear … 3 gunshots, loud explosions, and all the teachers are telling us to run.”

“The entire school district is on lockdown, district officials said.”

“The high school has about 1,400 students, according to”



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