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Candlelit vigil for the special needs man killed by Hays, Kansas police.

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A candlelit vigil will be held this Thursday for the special needs man that was shot by Hays, Kansas Police. Joseph ‘Joey’ Weber was shot and killed by a Hays police officer on Thursday, August 18. This candlelit vigil is to remember Joey and others with disabilities who have fallen victim to police crime. As…

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Arizona corrections officer accused of molesting children

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A father sexually abused his children and still received custody. Children make claims of sexual abuse against their father. Police report states father is a correctional officer The claims lead to police involvement with no repercussions. Regardless, the father has gained custody of the children. Jane Doe: Victim I A young child, Jane Doe, 4,…

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Trooper Jermaine Saunders shot a deaf man after “an encounter.”

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A North Carolina Trooper shot and killed a deaf man after a short lived chase to the man’s house. Police have named Trooper Jermaine Saunders as the officer responsible for shooting Daniel Kevin Harris. Neighbors said that Saunders shot Harris almost immediately after he exited his vehicle. It is believed that Harris was trying to…

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Bullying: The tragic epidemic

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Bullying is still an ongoing problem in America that still leads to suicide. Recently a New York teen tragically committed suicide. The issue brings to light the effects of bullying. We must educate our youth in how to handle situations like this. In recent years there has been a severe pandemic of suicides among teenagers.…

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Watch: Alabama DHR removes newborn from a teenage rape victim.

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Alabama DHR wrongfully removed a 2-day-old infant from the 14-year-old mother. Alabama DHR encouraged the young mother to have an abortion during the early stages of pregnancy. The mother was a victim of rape. The father of the child, Samuel Woods III, was charged with statutory rape after the birth of the baby. Three other…

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Baltimore County Police shoot and kill 23-year-old Korryn Gaines and wound her 5-year-old son.

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Baltimore County Police shoot and kill 23-year-old mother and wound her 5-year-old son. Police were serving a warrant against Korryn Gaines and Kareem Courtney. Gaines 5-year-old son was wounded during the shooting and Gaines was killed. Police say officers fired first, but Gaines shot back. Police had Facebook deactivate Gaines account after she posted two…

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Analyzing the Legislative Post Audit of the Kansas DCF | Part 1

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Last week, a damning audit of the Kansas Department for Children and Families conducted by the Legislative Division of Post Audit was released. The audit highlights several extremely serious issues within the DCF which recently caused legislators to immediately demand the resignation of Phyllis Gilmore, Secretary of the Kansas DCF. A little background… The audit…

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Orlando man arrested and charged for meth after police found Krispie Kreme Donut crumbs in his car.

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Is there anything more terrifying than being arrested for a crime you did not commit? Meet 64-year-old Daniel Rushing. Rushing was arrested and charged with possession of meth after Orlando police found Krispie Kreme Donut crumbs in his car. On December 11, at roughly 1:00 pm, Rushing had just dropped off a neighbor for chemotherapy.…

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Two officers suspended following the police shooting of Charles Kinsey.

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Two officers have been suspended in the days falling the shooting of Charles Kinsey. Kinsey was shot by a Miami police officer who had responded to a call of a suicidal man with a gun. In reality, the suicidal man with a gun, was an autistic man with a toy truck. Jonathan Aledda was named…

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UPDATE: Early morning attack on Columbus, Ohio police confirmed.

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Late Wednesday night, Columbus, Ohio police had a close call when at least one suspect opened fire on officers with a high-caliber weapon. Luckily, no officers were injured during the shooting. Last nights attack follows several national tragedies involving the death of officers. On Wednesday night at roughly 11:53 pm, Columbus police responded to a…

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