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Tragedy: California Cops Shoot 13 Year Old Boy for Carrying a ‘Toy Gun’

(AP) Calif. sheriff’s deputies shoot, kill 13-year-old SANTA ROSA, Calif. Northern California sheriff’s deputies have shot and killed a 13-year-old boy after repeatedly telling him to drop what turned out to be a replica assault rifle, sheriff’s officials and family members said. Two Sonoma County deputies on patrol saw the …

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Exposing the Lie: The Information Monsanto Does Not Want you to Know

A web search for Monsanto brings up their homepage along with the phrase “A Sustainable Agriculture Company.” They have a heart-warming mission statement about “helping farmers” meet the needs of a growing population. There is an entire page called “Improving Agriculture” with several subcategories on how they purportedly do this. …

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Cop Mistakes Jolly Ranchers for Meth, Arrests Innocent Man then Lies About It

“The officer confidently states that he has had professional training in the identification of meth-amphetamine.” Apparently he went to Willy Wonka’s school of drug identification. However, spending over 24 hours in jail for the possession of candy is not laughing matter. Hopefully the young man from Brooklyn gets well compensated …

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Police Sexually Assault Two Women by Issuing Roadside Body Cavity Searches, to Check for Marijuana

This is absolutely sickening. The inside of your body is no longer off limits to the state.  How monstrous has society become to where penetrating another woman’s vagina, against her will, to look for a PLANT, would be acceptable under ANY circumstances? You will be outraged after watching this video, …

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‘Surgically Accurate’ Drones Kill Rescuers in Double Tap Strike

Tara McKelvey BBC News Pakistan with the Waziristan region, where the drone strikes occurred, in green. (Credit: Narayanese via Wikimedia) Drones are often lauded for their supposed precision and accuracy. Sometimes, though, the machines – and their human operators – make mistakes, as two new reports from human rights organisations …

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