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Wichita Police officer Marlon Taja Woolcock charged with rape

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31-year-old Wichita Police officer Marlon Taja Woolcock has been arrested and charged with one count of rape On Sunday the woman went to a local hospital and reported the rape The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department made the arrest to avoid any conflict In 2015, Woolcock was a defendant in a civil rights lawsuit stemming from…

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Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader Frank Ancona Found Dead In River

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Frank Ancona was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head The wound was not self-inflicted and his death is being investigated as a homicide Ancona went missing Wednesday morning after saying he wanted a divorce from his wife Ancona was the Grand Wizard with the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan It…

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Missouri police are not allowed to release video footage of missing Toni Anderson due to Missouri State law

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Toni Anderson was pulled over on January 15, 2017, by a North Kansas City Police officer shortly before she went missing Police are not allowed to release the video due to the Missouri Sunshine Law Shortly after being pulled over Toni Anderson’s phone went dark and a tracker in her car either malfunctioned or was…

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Militarized Police & National Guard Raid Camp at Standing Rock, Arrest 40+

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Heavily militarized police and National Guard troops advanced on a Standing Rock camp, arresting no less than 40 Scores of heavily militarized police and National Guard troops advanced on a camp at Standing Rock Wednesday evening, arresting at least 50 water protectors and stirring fears forceful evacuations of remaining camps. A press statement issued by…

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An audit of the Chicago Police Department shows the city has more problems than the 50 homicides one month into 2017

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President Trump says he will send feds into Chicago Chicago has already seen 50 homicides this year On January 13, 2017 the Department of Justice released the results of a year long audit of the Chicago Police Department On ABC News Trump stated that he would send in “what we have to send in” It…

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Federal Court Grants Emergency Stay on Trump’s Controversial Immigration Ban

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An emergency stay on the president’s immigration ban has been granted by a federal court. Those already landed in the United States and possessing a valid visa will be allowed to stay. This stay is only effective on a temporary basis as the ban is clarified. Although the stay is national, it does not cover…

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Up-and-coming actor Jay Bowdy becomes the third to commit suicide on a livestream in the last month

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Frederick Jay Browdy identified as the man who committed suicide on Facebook live Monday morning Out-of-state family called the Los Angeles Police Department but they were not able to make it to him in time The day after his death it was reported that days prior he was arrested for suspicion of sexual assault Bowdy…

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Second Punch: Has Richard Spencer Become a Symbolic Alt-Right Punching Bag?

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Images of Richard Spencer Being Punched in the Face a Second Time Have Surfaced Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer cannot catch a break from those opposed to the ideology of racism and xenophobia espoused by the so-called alt-right — after video went viral of the Trump supporter being blindsided by an elbow to the face, it happened…

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Bounty Put Out on Black Bloc Assailant Who Sucker Punched Richard Spencer on Video

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Someone sucker-punched alt-right leader Richard Spencer on Inauguration Day, and now there’s a bounty on his head Debate soon raged over whether or not punching a ‘Nazi’ is acceptable if the opportunity presents itself An unidentified black-clad assailant now has a price on his head in the form of a bounty over $5,000 It could…

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14-year-old Miami foster child Nakia Venant commits suicide on livestream

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Miami Department of Children and Families had little to say about the the suicide of 14-year-old Nakia Venant Nakia Venant did a 2-hour livestream either directly to Facebook or using another app when she committed suicide The young girl was sexually assaulted in foster care and never received the proper counseling Nakia was moved to…

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