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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jerome Isaac
A former Islamic charity director from suburban Chicago has been removed from the FBI's no-fly list after he complained that he was stranded in the Middle East.
Seven people thought to be related had opened their Christmas gifts and started cleaning up the wrapping paper when they were fatally shot in a suburban Fort Worth apartment, police said Sunday.
The painful death of 73-year-old Deloris Gillespie that led to charges against suspect Jerome Isaac is just one more piece of evidence that society is deteriorating ("Suspect in N.Y. woman's burning appears in court," Web, Monday).
As Deloris Gillespie, carrying groceries, went up the elevator to her fifth-floor Brooklyn apartment, a man was waiting. Surveillance video shows him looking like an exterminator, with a canister sprayer, white gloves and a dust mask perched atop his head.
As Deloris Gillespie went up the elevator to her fifth-floor Brooklyn apartment, carrying groceries, a man was waiting. His face was one her neighbors later recognized, and that she surely must have.
They didn't see anyone on the floor with them but did notice an odd smell, as if someone was painting, he said.
"At least with me, some days she'd be very, very pleasant, and then the next time, she would almost ignore me," he said.