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Florida Police arrest 10-year-old autistic boy at Okeechobee Achievement Academy and place him in jail for a night

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10-year-old autistic John Benjamin “John Benji” Haygood was arrested at Okeechobee Achievement Academy John Benji was arrested after an incident where he kicked a teacher in October of 2016 The autistic boy’s mother Luanne Haygood managed to record the entire arrest The confused child was forced to stay the night in a juvenile detention facility…

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City of Augusta, Kansas threatens arrest for anybody attending a vigil for a veteran’s service dog shot by an Augusta police officer

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City of Augusta says arrests will be made for those who attend a candlelit vigil for a veteran’s service dog that was shot by an Augusta police officer last week City officials claim a permit is needed to hold the vigil Many plan on still attending the Vigil despite the threat of arrest Alan Fitzgerald’s…

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Michigan ER doctor Jumana Nagarwala charged with performing female genital mutilation on girls around the age of 7

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Jumana Nagarwala is charged with performing genital mutilation on multiple girls around the age of seven Nagarwala practiced emergency medicine doctor at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit Court documents show two girls that identified Nagarwala as the one who performed a procedure on them Multiple girls have said that Nagarwala performed genital mutilation on…

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Activist Adam Kokesh arrested in front of the White House before a “No War with Syria” demonstration

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Adam Kokesh was arrested outside of the White House before an anti-war with Syria demonstration Officers claim Kokesh has a warrant in Maryland over an incident with TSA that occurred in November of 2015 Kokesh received a letter from TSA stating that they were not pursuing Civil Penalties A judge in DC decided to hold…

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Hypocrisy of War: US Airstrikes on Syria Killed Four Children

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U.S. airstrikes in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack killed four children. Nine non-combatant civilians and six Syrian troops were reported casualties. That President Bashar al-Assad carried out the attack hasn’t been proven. Escalating the conflict will result in more deaths, not help the Syrian people. (TFTP) What better way to send a message that terrorist acts…

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At least 72 dead including 11 children in suspected chemical bombing in Idlib Syria

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72 dead including 11 children in the town of Khan Sheikhun in the Idlib province of Syria Over 500 other were in Tuesday’s suspected chemical attack Many believe President Bashar al-Assad to be behind the attack Witnesses say the attack began in the early house of Tuesday Sukhoi jets were said to be what was…

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Iowa Rep Shannon Lundgren really implied women should have to carry miscarriages for their full term

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Shannon Lundgren stated during a Human Resources Committee hearing that women who miscarry after 20-weeks should carry the baby for the remainder of the pregnancy Lundgren is leading up a new 20-week abortion bill after the failure of the “heartbeat bill” Lundgren later claimed she misspoke and a video of her making the statement was…

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Woman films her maid falling from 7th-floor window instead of offering help in Kuwait

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A video on Twitter shows an employer filming her maid fall 7 stories instead of offering her help The maid was attempting to commit suicide but changed her mind was she was dangling from the window The woman survived the fall and a second video shows her being helped off of the awning The maid’s…

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Oil Could Flow Through the Dakota Access Pipeline in Less Than 24 Hours

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Oil could be flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline tomorrow. A federal appeals court denied a last-ditch injunction against the pipeline Outstanding litigation won’t stop the pipeline from becoming operational It could be a year before the Iowa Supreme Court rules on an eminent domain lawsuit North Dakota’s sweet, light crude could be flowing through…

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North Dakota Water Protectors face trumped up charges from Morton County

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Law enforcement in Morton County made over 700 arrests since last September First signs of Morton County’s inability to handle the legal proceedings for mass arrests are beginning to show Those arrested were given numbers that were written on their arm with marker Angie Spencer uploaded two pictures to her Facebook account that shows her…

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