TAGS: PIZZAGATE CHILD TRAFFICKING, REFUGEE SMUGGLING, SOROS-OBAMA GLADIO PROJECT
Judge Raymond Myles, 66
4/10/17 Shot at 01:09PM
Police said the couple was targeted.
“We do not believe (the attempted robbery) is random, nor do we believe Smith acted alone,” Staples said, adding the shooting was not connected to Myles being a judge.Staples would not say whether police think Smith, who has served six years in prison for armed robbery, was the gunman.
Prominent casesMyles was involved in the case against William Balfour, who was convicted of killing singer and actress Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew.The judge was also involved in the case of the 1993 massacre at a Brown’s Chicken fast food restaurant in Palatine, Illinois, CNN affiliate WGN reported.Decoded 1-4-7 (TRUMP) 3-6-9
There are other suspects not yet apprehended. Where is the details on these POI’s?
This is a Gabby Giffords hit! Judge Roll being the target. He’s dead she is alive. Wounded? Who knows. I do not think Giffords was ever shot but she and her NASA deep cover husband are back on the gun-control beat. Is this another sacrifice for gun control or is there a reason the Freemasonic Fraternal order is keeping mum on the other suspects? I’d have blasted descriptions, artist sketches and other details immediately. Their behavior says it all for me.
Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam, 65
First Muslim Judge appointed to New York appeals court.
Sheila Abdus-Salaam, an associate judge on New York State’s highest court and the first African-American woman to serve on that bench, was found dead on Wednesday in the Hudson River, the authorities said.
Officers with the New York Police Department’s Harbor Unit responded about 1:45 p.m. to a report of a person floating by the shore near West 132nd Street in Upper Manhattan. Judge Abdus-Salaam, 65, was taken to a pier on the Hudson River and was pronounced dead by paramedics shortly after 2 p.m.
The police were investigating how she ended up in the river, and it was not clear how long Judge Abdus-Salaam, who lived nearby in Harlem, had been missing. There were no signs of trauma on her body, the police said. She was fully clothed.
A law enforcement official said investigators had found no signs of criminality. Her husband identified her body.
Since 2013, Judge Abdus-Salaam had been one of seven judges on the State Court of Appeals. Before that, she served for about four years as an associate justice on the First Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court, and for 15 years (6) as a State Supreme Court justice in Manhattan. She was previously a lawyer in the city’s Law Department.
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Judge Abdus-Salaam was last seen leaving her office on Monday evening, and investigators tracked her to the subway — the No. 6 line (6)
Family tragedy surrounded Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam. About three years ago, law enforcement officials said, her brother committed suicide. Last year around this time, her mother died.
According to one law enforcement official, Judge Abdus-Salaam called her Midtown Manhattan chambers on Tuesday morning to say she would not be coming in because she was not feeling well. When the judge failed to appear on Wednesday, her assistant sent a text to her husband of eight months, who called 911 to report her missing a short time later. Her body was found that afternoon, floating in the river by the shore near West 132nd Street (6)
Since 2013, Judge Abdus-Salaam had been one of seven judges on the State Court of Appeals. Before that, she served for about four years as an associate justice on the First Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court, and for 15 years (6) as a State Supreme Court justice in Manhattan. She was previously a lawyer in the New York State attorney general’s office.
In nominating her to the highest court in 2013 (6) , Mr. Cuomo praised her “working-class roots” and her “deep understanding of the everyday issues facing New Yorkers.” Her nomination was part of a push by Mr. Cuomo to diversify the court. When another judge, Rowan D. Wilson, joined the court this year, it was the first time the Court of Appeals had two African-American judges in its 169-year history.
This judge was one of six siblings from a working class Washington DC family.
Last summer, Judge Abdus-Salaam wrote an important decision, in the Matter of Brooke S.B. v. Elizabeth A.C.C., that expanded the definition of what it means to be a parent, overturning a previous ruling. For 25 years, the court had held that the nonbiological parent in a same-sex couple had no standing to seek custody or visitation rights after a breakup.
But Judge Abdus-Salaam wrote that the previous ruling had become “unworkable when applied to increasingly varied familial relationships.” In a tightly reasoned decision, she determined that nonbiological parents did have standing to seek custody if they showed “by clear and convincing evidence that all parties agreed to conceive a child and to raise the child together.”
The Court of Appeals last heard oral arguments at the end of March and issued opinions on April 4. It is scheduled to be back in session on April 25.
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A pioneering state judge found floating in the Hudson River likely took her own lie after a recent battle with depression, a police source said Thursday.
State Court of Appeals Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam began taking medication for her darkening moods just a few weeks before her apparent suicide, a well-placed court source told the Daily News.
Police investigating the judge’s disappearance found her meds, according to the court source.
It was unclear if Abdus-Salaam left behind a suicide note, and cops were awaiting the results of an autopsy before saying anything more, the police source told The News.
Amazing the unidentified court source knows everything but the cops can’t say yes or no to suicide note. So if you were going to end it all would you not leave a note and then hurl yourself into the Hudson River? Hard not to tread water in a slow drowning, but much easier to OD or shoot or hang yourself. Maybe jump into the subway but really are we supposed to believe she decided “not to swim” in a drawn out water suicide? Also not to leave a note for her new husband of eight months seems so unlike a judge..
The court source said Abdus-Salaam appeared lighthearted as she laughed with colleagues last week at an annual lawyers luncheon.
Harlem neighbor Pat Miller, 56, couldn’t accept the idea that Abdus-Salaam took her own life.
“I could not imagine her doing anything to herself to harm herself,” he said. “She’s not that type of person … I’d like to know what happened. I would really like to know.”
I wonder how these two targeted african americans are connected and how the Trump sacrifices might play into this connection. I will be watching for the alt-media and some whistleblowers to bring additional facts to light. It does have all the MSM vortex numerical clues to the Illuminati and to Donald Trump. It appears that Abdus-Salaam was a classmate of criminal globalist and ex-Attorney General Eric Holder. That might play into some effort to put the curse on Jeff Sessions or some other twisted Obama-Soros program but it will have to develop further to start piecing together this conspiracy.