BLM Thug Goes on Fatal Stabbing Spree in Arkansas, FBI Moves in To Assist Local Police

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The FBI is assisting Little Rock police in the search for an Arkansas man suspected of stabbing four people, and leaving three dead. Police Chief Keith Humphrey said in a Thursday video release the assaults occurred in the last few months in the Midtown area between 1 and 6:30 a.m.


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One woman, who had been stabbed more than 15 times and survived, described her attacker as a Black man, standing over 6′ tall with a slender build. Humphrey said the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.

He said that his office has begun alerting the at-risk population and increased patrols. He added that the Federal Bureau of Investigations is assisting in the case.

“We have no evidence these incidents are connected with another part of the state despite claims on social media,” Humphrey said.

The Little Rock Police Department has received over 50 calls and emailed tips concerning the investigation since Thursday.

Shortly after the chief’s statement, the department released a video of the suspect and said that anyone with information on the crimes should call 501-371-4636 or email [email protected] A reward of $20,000 is being offered for any tips leading to an arrest and conviction.

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Arkansas gives Sleepy Joe the middle finger on gun control

As violent crime spirals out of control in America, the Biden administration is setting his sites on law abiding gun owners. Arkansas is one state that is prepared to fight back against any unconstitutional gun legislation.

The new Arkansas legislation declares any federal gun restrictions enacted on or after Jan. 1, 2021 that violate the constitutional right to bear arms invalid in the state. The House voted 79-20 along party lines to send the measure to Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson, moments after the Senate approved the bill.

Republicans in Arkansas and elsewhere have been pushing to block federal gun restrictions — despite questions about the constitutionality of such measures — citing fears of new gun control measures under President Joe Biden’s administration.

“We are a country based on freedom and when our freedoms are threatened we must take action through the tools within our U.S. Constitution and our Arkansas constitution to protect those freedoms,” Republican Sen. Missy Irvin, a bill sponsor, said before the Senate approved it by a 26-6 vote, also along party lines, with one Democrat backing it.

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