Former police chief detained by anti-corruption police

A former police chief and two top officials from Poland’s Central Anticorruption Bureau (CBA) were detained on Wednesday on suspicion of revealing information about ongoing criminal cases, investigators said.


The police chief, oficially identified only as “Zbigniew M”, and former heads of CBA regional offices in Łódź, central Poland, and Poznań, western Poland, are also suspected of divulging information about planned police activities, the PAP news agency reported.

National police commander Zbigniew Maj quit in February 2016 after less than two months in the job, claiming former police officers were putting together a sting operation to discredit him.

According to media reports at the time, this could have been connected to allegations that Maj had been blackmailed by an informer more than ten years earlier.

Maj allegedly accepted from the informer five bottles of alcohol as a bribe and a loan of PLN 10,000 (EUR 2,300) which he failed to return.

Beata Mazurek, a spokeswoman for Poland’s ruling conservative Law and Justice party, urged people not to be fooled by “opposition propaganda” which had suggested that the former police chief’s detainment was politically motivated, adding that “everyone is equal under the law” and there are no “sacred cows.” (vb/pk)

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They Don’t Want To Be Saved – They Cannot Be Saved

They Don’t Want To Be Saved – They Cannot Be Saved

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock


Now, upon investigation in turns out that this 19 year old feral black female named Kamiyah Mobley was kidnapped from the hospital shortly after birth in July 1998 and was raised by her kidnapper Gloria Williams until the age of 19. Now one of the many acolytes of the black witch Oprah Winfrey, one enchantress named Iyanla Vanzant believes that she can step in and fix that which is broken beyond repair.

See, anybody viewing this clip who doesn’t understand the psychology of the modern day black witch would automatically believe that the trauma of discovering the truth in relation to being kidnapped is the cause behind Mobley’s violent temperament, however we at the thinking black men’s regiment know better than that, much better than that.

Mobley was raised by another black woman for the majority of her life and she still turned out horribly in terms of her…

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PGA Tour pro Lucas Glover’s wife charged with domestic battery

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – The wife of professional golfer Lucas Glover was arrested in Ponte Vedra Beach over the weekend after a domestic dispute, fueled by alcohol and a poor showing at The Players, turned violent.

Krista Conley Glover, 36, was released from custody Sunday after posting $2,500 bond on misdemeanor charges of battery and resisting officers without violence, St. Johns County jail logs show.

The golfer tweeted a statement Tuesday, acknowledging the arrest. He chalked up the incident to an argument involving his mother and wife, whom he vowed would be cleared.

“Regrettably, although Krista was charged, we are comfortable that the judicial system is able to address what actually happened,” the statement said in part.

A PGA Tour spokesperson provided a statement to News4Jax, saying the organization is aware of the situation and that it would support Glover’s family as needed.

The incident unfolded about 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening at a home on Marsh Hawk Place about a mile from TPC Sawgrass, according to an arrest report.

Deputies answering a disturbance call were greeted by Krista Glover, who tried to downplay the situation. She told deputies her mother-in-law attacked her, but said “everything was fine,” the report stated.

The golfer’s mother-in-law was found inside, bleeding from several cuts on her arms. She said she was trying to break up a fight between her son and his wife when her daughter-in-law attacked her instead.

Lucas Glover, who dropped out of The Players Saturday after shooting a 78, said the incident began with a bad round of golf. He told deputies his wife belittles and calls him a “loser” whenever he plays poorly.

The golfer, known for winning the 2009 U.S. Open, made $948,000 in 2016, followed by $1.9 million in 2017 and $768,000 in 2018 so far, according to PGA earning totals compiled by ESPN.

He told deputies his wife had been drinking throughout the day Saturday. After the tournament, he said, she blew up on him in front of his mother and the couple’s children.

The episode continued when the family returned to the home. The golfer told deputies his wife attacked him, and later his mother, on the porch after tucking the children into bed.

Deputies noted that he backpedaled some of his statements after his wife was placed in handcuffs.

Krista Glover resisted deputies’ efforts to place her in a patrol car, according to the report, and her tirade continued on the ride to jail.

“This is why cops get shot in the face,” she told deputies. “Wait til I talk to the judge, you will be [expletive] fired over this.”

White supremacist shot, killed in Claremont parking lot, N.H. AG says

A former prison gang leader who was active in the white supremacist movement died shortly after midnight on Sunday in the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant after being shot multiple times, according to the New Hampshire attorney general’s office.

Claremont officers who were called to Imperial Buffet and Lounge on Washington Street found Jesse Jarvis, 36, suffering from gunshot wounds. Jarvis later died at the scene, according to a news release.

The attorney general’s office is investigating the shooting. Authorities have not yet released a motive for the shooting nor have they named a suspect. No one was in custody in connection with the shooting as of Sunday afternoon, Senior Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said during a phone interview.

On Sunday morning, the State Police Major Crime Unit had the restaurant’s parking lot cordoned off. A tarp surrounded by cars could be seen in one area. Investigators also brought in a fire truck to take aerial photos of the scene.

Although Imperial Buffet and Lounge’s restaurant was closed at 9:30 Saturday night, the adjacent bar was open when the shooting occurred, co-owner Tony Zhang said.


“I don’t even know what the hell happened out there,” Zhang said in a phone interview Sunday morning. “Nothing happened inside. It was happening in the parking lot.”

There didn’t appear to be any problems inside the bar itself, Zhang said. He was working, he said, but did not see the shooting.

Video posted on social media shows customers in the bar gathered around the window, and patrons can be heard saying they had been asked to produce identification for the police.

On the video, officers can be heard at times asking customers to remain calm as arguing breaks out.

Jarvis had been in and out of prison for much of the past two decades. In 1999, he was arrested for shoplifting, resisting arrest and attempting to escape from a hospital, where he was being treated for acute intoxication.

In a 2004 letter to a judge, Jarvis recounted a challenging childhood, one in which he learned to mask personal pain with drugs and alcohol. A 2000 substance abuse evaluation revealed he had been using drugs and drinking since age 12, according to a profile of Jarvis that was part of 2013 Concord Monitor series on a New Hampshire prison gang.

In 2005, Jarvis was arrested for kicking two Claremont police officers.

In 2008, an attempt to arrest Jarvis ended of the death of Jarvis’s father. Jarvis was suspected in an assault and stealing a Nazi flag. Police went to execute an arrest warrant for Jarvis at the home of his father, Anthony Jarvis, in Charlestown.

The younger Jarvis surrendered to police, but Anthony Jarvis was shot and killed by a state trooper during a standoff in a trailer on the property. The elder Jarvis fired a handgun as the trooper entered the trailer. The trooper, who was struck in the thigh, returned fire, killing Anthony Jarvis.

Police have identified Jarvis as a white supremacist who founded and was once president of the Brotherhood of White Warriors, New Hampshire’s only homegrown prison gang.

He and three other inmates are thought to have founded BOWW circa 2010 at the Northern New Hampshire Corrections Facility in Berlin, the Monitor reported.

Asked about the gang in 2013 during a parole board hearing, Jarvis said that he had been “a child” when the group formed and had moved on.

“And at that time, I thought it was meaningful,” he said. “I have no concern with the people in BOWW or my membership in BOWW.”

More recently, Jarvis was listed as the administrator of an online white supremacist group.

When a Valley News reporter asked last month about the Facebook group, Jarvis responded in a message, “We must secure an existence for our race and a future for Aryan children!”

On Sunday, Jarvis’s friends described him as a generous person who often defended those around him.

“He truly was a great man who stood for those who couldn’t stand alone,” said Phil Mulvey, a lifelong friend of Jarvis. “He was much more than the crazy racist many try to portray him as.”

Jarvis was the type of person who would give a stranger his last dollar, Mulvey said.

“We both had our trouble in life, but he was one of the best people I ever met,” said Andrew Conrad, who grew up in Claremont with Jarvis. “This is a real shame, nobody deserves to go out like this.”

New Hampshire’s Chief Medical Examiner Jennie Duval scheduled an autopsy for 9 a.m. Monday. Police are asking anyone with information on the shooting to contact state police Sgt. William Bright at 223-4381.

(Tim Camerato can be reached at or 603-727-3223.)