Posts tagged ‘Crime’

February 20, 2018

Meme: Things I Found Whilst Searching For Other Things — #Meme #Newspaper #Crime #Polish

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

Gazeta Kielecka — 04-May-1879

Dateline     Pacanow                                         4-May-1879   

Horse Thief

Stanczyk was searching for conscription lists (listy poborowi). In doing that I asked if any native Pole in the Polish Genealogy Facebook group could help me understand the conscription document I had. Well, a fellow by the name of Sebastian Jedrych  responded and answered my question. He suggested a Polish website: www.polona.pl

I was curious about what he was trying to show me so I went there to polona.pl . I searched for “poborowi” and did not find anything interesting. So on a lark, I searched for “Pacanow” and I found many results, but one had “Pacanow, Marcin Elijasz” in its matches. Well it was for a 1879 newspaper and I figured there were not that many Marcin Eliasz in Pacanów in 1879 (only two I knew of). So I followed the link.

Imagine when I saw a crime tale about a horse thief! My 60 year old great-great-grandfather Marcin Elijasz and <?> Grudzien (a family friend) were two Pacanów townsmen.

Marcin Elijasz & Grudzien Pacanow townsmen

The crime tale continued onto the newspaper’s second page. It was there that Google Translator and other online computer translations failed me. So I turned to the Facebook Group, Genealogy Translations . I was frustrated by the lapse in translation around the items of violence.

Fortunately, for me, William F. Hoffman (aka “Fred”), the author of many genealogy translation books and names book fame pitched in to complete the translation.

Here is what the second page of the article looked like, along with Fred’s translation of the horse thievery story.

The story started on the first page:

Two Pacanów townsmen, Marcin Elijasz & Grudzien  were …

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April 27, 2013

AP NewsBreak: Russia caught bomb suspect, mother on wiretaps

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

A story from AP Mobile:

The Sad Saga of the Tsarnaevich …

WASHINGTON (AP) – Russian authorities secretly recorded a telephone conversation in 2011 in which one of the Boston bombing suspects vaguely discussed jihad with his mother, officials said Saturday, days after the U.S. government finally received details about the call. In another conversation, the mother of now-dead bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was recorded talking to someone in southern Rus…

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By all means read the full story  at The Associated Press. It appears the other shoe has finally dropped. Guess what? According to Russian secret service investigations, the mother and the son, Tamerlan, are jihadis! Ok, I am guessing you already may have surmised as much — another case of, “Thou dost protest too much” on the part of this mother.

Apparently, the Russians were listening and have taped conversations of the mother and son talking about jihad and with other people of interest in another FBI investigation. So @Whitehouse, @Congress, @FBI are you listening?  I certainly hope so.

Now for sure if  Zuebidat Tsarnaev darkens our shores, she should be arrested for aiding, abetting,  and/or providing succor to terrorists, as well as any other outstanding legal crimes she may have committed while she previously resided in the USA.

Even better, Putin and the Russians should save the US time and arrest her if they believe those taped conversations. If the capital charges against her remaining son are proven then she would also be guilty for inciting others to do violence and in this case terroristic acts. At which point the Russians should mete out their famous brand of justice to such a criminal.

Sadly, this is an all too familiar story, of a mother corrupting one or more of her children to commit a heinous crime. When mothers love their children/family more than they hate others, these violent acts will subside. How often have we heard that refrain lately?

See Also …

Tsarnaev Family (Business Insider’s excellent piece)

The Sad Saga of the Tsarnaevich

1st Court Appearance of Tsarnaev

Boston suspects’ father (Tsarnaev) — says he resturning to US

April 23, 2013

1st Court Appearance of Tsarnaev — #Law, #History, #Crime

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (Джохар царнаев ) had his first court appearance from his hospital bed. The transcript is a fascinating study in American Law.

apps.washingtonpost.com/g/documents/national/transcript-of-suspects-bedside-hearing/413

The sad saga continues …

Previous Article(s):
The Sad Saga of the Tsarnaevich

 

P.S.

Dzhokhar (Jokhar) is the Naturalized citizen.

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