Gun Violence Ravages California – Jurupa Valley, Lake Elsinore, Now Monterey Park

The Monterey Park mass shooting, which left three dead and two injured, is a tragic reminder of the devastating effects of gun violence. The incident has sparked a renewed call for action to address the issue of gun violence in the United States. According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been over 14,000 gun-related deaths in the United States this year alone.

This number includes homicides, suicides, and accidental shootings. The majority of these deaths are due to handguns. In response to this tragedy and other incidents of gun violence, many organizations are calling for stricter gun control laws.

For instance, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is advocating for universal background checks on all gun purchases and closing loopholes that allow people to purchase guns without undergoing a background check.

They also support banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. The Chinese Chamber of Commerce L.A., which represents over 1 million Chinese Americans in Los Angeles County, has also spoken out against gun violence in light of this tragedy. Chairman Chester Chong said: “We must do more to prevent these senseless acts of violence from occurring in our communities.” It is clear that more needs to be done to address the problem of gun violence in America. We must come together as a nation and take action if we are going to make any progress on this issue.

Lake Elsinore Rocked By Gun Violence

The small community along with surrounding areas held a candlelight vigil for slain Riverside County Sheriff.

Former SD police officer, Deputy Darnell Calhoun was shot as he served for the Riverside County Sheriff

In an unusual set of circumstances, the county of Riverside has suffered from two slain officers in a period of less than 2 weeks. The most recent incident took place in Lake Elsinore, California, which is a small town approximately two hours south of Beverly Hills, California.

The city of Lake Elsinore is known for it’s relaxed environment, but recently re-appointed a vocal Trump supporter as mayor, Natasha Jones, whose stance on gun control is expectedly laxed seems unable to navigate the complexities surrounding . The vast amount of rural space facilitates for individuals to take a relaxed approach to gun possession, drug use and increasingly violent crime. No one sees anything. No one says anything.

Drone footage of afternoon incident- shooting of Deputy Calhoun.

Recently, drone video of the shooting death of Riverside County Deputy Darnell Calhoun has been circulating in twitter. Calhoun was the first deputy to arrive at the scene following a call of “unknown trouble”, which was later determined to be a domestic violence call.

Deputy Calhoun died after being taken to the hospital in serious condition. The video, released by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, shows the shooting from the perspective of the drone. It shows the deputy arriving at the scene and exiting his vehicle, at which point he is shot by the suspect.

The suspect has been identified as Jesse Navarro, 42, as the man who shot and killed Deputy Darnell Calhoun in the Friday afternoon’s deadly encounter in Lake Elsinore, California.

The shooting is one of many that has reignited the debate over gun control in the United States, with many calling for stricter gun laws. Throughout the Twitter space: “This is why we need gun control,” said one Twitter user. “Another senseless shooting. When will it end?” said another. Others argued that gun control is not the answer. “Gun control is not the answer. This is why. Look at what happened in California. The deputy had a gun and he was still shot,” said one Twitter user.

A vigil was held to commemorate the slain deputy in Murrieta, CA. More will be reported as it is learned regarding memorial services to the fallen officer.

Uber Wins Big In Quintana Roo Upsetting Local Taxi Operators

Uber, the ride-hailing app, has had a long and tumultuous history in Mexico. After years of legal battles, the company has finally been granted permission to operate in the country’s tourist-friendly state of Quintana Roo.

Taxi protests and lobbies can sway decisions of this type. Throughout the nation, taxi drivers are also known to brutalize both Uber drivers and passengers.

Social media users warning Uber riders to be wary.
Taxi Driver protest in Cancun!

The decision to allow Uber to operate in Quintana Roo was made by a federal court, the Third Tribunal, which argued that the state’s laws are unconstitutionally being applied to private enterprise. Quintana Roo’s laws can only be applied to public entities, it argued.

Uber has faced legal challenges in Mexico since it first launched in the country in 2013. Globally, the company has been accused of operating without proper permits and has been the subject of numerous lawsuits. When drivers have their vehicle impounded by local authorities, Uber will pay for the legal fees and resulting lot fees suggesting that it will pay to flaunt a jurisdictions laws. Additionally, the taxi protests has created massive amounts of traffic in Cancun earlier today:

Many locals in Quintana Roo argue against Taxi protests, labeling these as tantrums.

Black English School Teacher Killed By LAPD After Incident Over Hit-And-Run

The death of Keenan Anderson, a 31-year-old Black English teacher, has sparked outrage in Los Angeles after his family revealed that he died in police custody following a car crash. Anderson is also the cousin of a BLM founder:

According to Anderson’s family, the incident began when Anderson was involved in a potential hit-and-run. The AP published that he was identified as the potential suspect in their coverage of the incident; Anderson raised a knife over his head after evading police officials. Unfortunately, the incident ended with Anderson suffering from cardiac arrest.

Keenan Anderson’s tragic last moments.

When police arrived on the scene, Anderson’s family says that the officers tased and tackled him, causing him to suffer a fatal cardiac arrest. Anderson was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. In the photo above, the LAPD used a taser that caused his tragic cardiac arrest.

he Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has not yet released any information about the incident, but Anderson’s family is demanding answers. “We want to know why the police felt the need to use such excessive force on a man who was simply involved in a minor car accident,” said Anderson’s sister, Tanya Anderson. “Keenan was a beloved teacher and a kind, gentle soul. He did not deserve to die in this way.” The incident has sparked outrage in the city,particulalry, among with many calling for an investigation into the LAPD’s use of force.

According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, the LAPD has killed more than 170 people since 2013, with Black victims being 4.4 times more likely to be killed than white victims. “This is yet another example of the systemic racism and police brutality that Black people face in this country,” said Anderson’s brother, Marcus Anderson. “We will not rest until justice is served for Keenan and all of the other victims of police violence.”

San Bernardino Has A Homeless Human Rights Crisis

Currently, the city of San Bernardino is suffering from an unprecedented homelessness crisis. While the county government receives funds, local cities shoulder the burden of the littered streets and open air drug use, local first responders shoulder the consequences of letting individuals languish for so long. This video consists of some very common sights throughout the city of San Bernardino and the shocking statistics behind some of these homeless individuals. For instance, 1 in 2 individuals has been on the street for more than 1 year. Most are suffering from either an unchecked substance abuse addiction or a mental health illness. In many cases, they have both of these ailments and need help resocializing just to access rehabilitation and emergency care services.

San Bernardino is currently suffering from a human rights crisis.

The city of San Bernardino is in desperate need of a comprehensive plan to address the homelessness crisis. The city has already taken steps to provide temporary housing and other services, but the problem is far from solved. The city needs to invest in long-term solutions that will help individuals get back on their feet and become productive members of society. This includes providing access to mental health services, job training, and other resources that will help individuals become self-sufficient.

The city of San Bernardino is also in need of more public awareness and education about the homelessness crisis. Many people are unaware of the severity of the problem and the resources available to help those in need.

San Bernardino’s Community Needs Help

The city needs to work with local organizations and businesses to spread the word about the crisis and the resources available to help. The city of San Bernardino is in dire need of a comprehensive plan to address the homelessness crisis. The city needs to invest in long-term solutions that will help individuals get back on their feet and become productive members of society. It also needs to increase public awareness and education about the crisis and the resources available to help. Only then can the city of San Bernardino begin to make a real difference in the lives of those suffering from homelessness.