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Security clearance under review for right-wing activist Trump retweeted

Story highlights

  • Trump retweeted Posobiec on Monday
  • Posobiec promoted the “Pizzagate” conspiracy

Posobiec is a Navy reservist and intelligence officer who has trafficked in debunked conspiracy theories and was retweeted by President Donald Trump this week. A Navy official told CNN on Wednesday that Posobiec’s security clearance is now being reviewed by his command, which considering whether his statements and behavior are in violation of the conditions of his clearance. Posobiec is one of many bombastic right-wing voices who have picked up steam online, posting nearly constantly to Twitter and earning the praise of Trump’s supporters as well as attention from the President himself.

NBC1 was first to report on Posobiec’s security clearance review.Posobiec responded to NBC’s report on Twitter, writing2, “‘I’ve always been honest and open about my military service and am proud to have worn the uniform . Why did no one from NBC simply ask me?”

“Outrageous that fake news media’s first reaction was to attack my service record with the US military . Shameful!” he tweeted later. Trump on Monday retweeted a post from Posobiec decrying the lack of “national media outrage” over shootings in Chicago during the weekend that Charlottesville, Virginia, became a national flashpoint. Posobiec’s military record showed he enlisted in the US Navy in 2010 . His latest rank was junior-grade lieutenant, and as of April 2017, he was a Navy reservist who worked in Strategic Command Intelligence . His record said he served in Guantanamo Bay for nearly a year.

CNN’s Ryan Browne contributed to this report.

References

  1. ^ NBC (www.nbcnews.com)
  2. ^ writing (twitter.com)

Market hall security upped after yobs’ rampage

Security at Wigan market hall will be increased after yobs caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage to traders stock. Wigan Council has said it has listened to stallholders concerns following an incident last month and has allocated more security staff to cover the busy summer period. Staff at Wigan Sofa Centre were disgusted to find that a group of teens had vandalised a trade stand just minutes after employees left. Outraged, they contacted police but were told that the crime was not a policing priority and that the investigation would not be taken any further. A letter addressed to Janet Ryding, who works at the furniture store, said: We are pro-actively looking to provide protection against child sexual exploitation, domestic abuse, hate crime, high-risk missing from homes, serious sexual offences, critical anti-social behaviour, vulnerability protection, mental health incidents and significantly impactive crimes on victims such as burglary dwelling. This crime would appear to require disproportionate resources to conclude and impacts on ability to investigate other priority crime. Janet said many traders feel they are not safe at work.

The abuse is constant, she said . The costings of retail are hard enough to manage without this . It s becoming a nightmare.

James Morely, another market worker, added: Kids are unchecked, little to no security and what security there is can only do so much. After numerous complaints, the council has said that any extra security will be asked to tighten up safety in the hall. Karl Battersby, director for economy and environment, said: The acts of a small minority of vandals is deeply upsetting for the stallholders at Wigan Market who are trying to run their own business and supporting our local economy.

Wigan Market works in partnership with The Galleries to provide on-site security and during key times throughout the year such as summer holidays and Christmas additional security is brought in as additional support.

We are always listening to our stallholders and the extra security has been tasked to cover areas of concern they have raised with us as part of this pre-arranged additional cover.

Security guard who saved the life of man at Aberdeen shopping centre hailed a hero

A man today said a security officer who saved his life will always be a hero to his family. Alan Tait was visiting Aberdeen from Orkney and was spending time in the Union Square shopping mall until it was time for the ferry home. The 50-year-old suddenly felt dizzy and dropped to the ground he had suffered a heart attack.

Security guard Shaun Gibb received a call to assist a shopper who had taken ill . He quickly realised what was happening and started to administer CPR. Due to his quick thinking Alan, whose heart stopped for five minutes, is making a full recovery

Alan, who was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, today praised Shaun for saving his life. He said: I am so grateful to him . He will always be a hero to my family .

When I woke up, I was being told by someone to lie still because I was trying to sit up.

I remember seeing someone opposite me looking rather flush as well.

I understand he d given me CPR . I believe I was dead for five minutes and was blue. Alan has been in hospital recovering since the incident on Sunday and was expected to go home today. He said: I cannot thank everyone who has helped me enough . The ambulance crew and staff at the hospital have been fantastic.

I had a stent put in and I am due to go home I will be glad to see my family.

Alan added: CPR training should be compulsory for everyone . It really makes the difference between life and death . If he had not been so quick and didn t know what I would not be here today . I will be forever grateful to him. Shaun had just arrived for his shift when a call came in to assist a colleague .

He added: When I arrived on the scene a shopper, Alan Tait, was on the ground and my colleague was on the phone to the ambulance I felt for a pulse and realised I needed to start CPR immediately.

Finally, Alan came round with a gasp of air and I explained what happened as he was quite confused I reassured him until the ambulance arrived.

It s great to have such a good outcome and I hope Alan makes a full recovery. Shaun also praised the rest of the staff at the city centre shopping centre. He said: I wouldn t say it was just me, the whole Union Square team was behind me.

Ryan Manson, general manager of Union Square, said: We are happy to hear the customer is on his way to recovering from the incident and commend our security team for their quick thinking, professionalism and unwavering motivation to care for our customers under any circumstance.

Our security team recently earned the British Security Industry Associations National Security Personnel Award for Best Team which without a doubt was well deserved.

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