Archive for January 13th, 2014

Former Florida Cop Shoots Movie Goer For Texting
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Former Florida Cop Shoots Movie Goer For Texting

In breaking news, a former Florida police officer in Wesley Chapel was involved in a deadly shooting Monday at the Cobb Grove 16 Theater, located at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd. Pasco County Sheriff’s Office reports that the suspect, Curtis Reeves, 71, was arrested and charged with second-degree homicide. Sheriff Chris Nocco said that Reeves was […]

Demand Suspension of the LAPD Cops Who Kidnapped and Sexually Assaulted Kim Nguyen
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Demand Suspension of the LAPD Cops Who Kidnapped and Sexually Assaulted Kim Nguyen

Yesterday we reported on the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) cops who kidnapped and sexually assaulted a woman named Kim Nguyen. Nguyen is suing the LAPD for negligence after she was thrown from a moving squad car last March. She said that she was ejected from the car due to the negligence of the officer who […]

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The Internet’s Biggest Protest Against NSA Spying Is Coming… Find Out When and How To Be a Part
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The Internet’s Biggest Protest Against NSA Spying Is Coming… Find Out When and How To Be a Part

It’s being called “The Day We Fight Back.” There will be an Internet-wide protest launched against the type of spying which we now know the National Security Agency (NSA) has been involved in, both in the United States and throughout the world. This February 11th, a huge number of popular sites and companies known for […]

When the U.S. Government Asked Farmers To Grow Hemp
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When the U.S. Government Asked Farmers To Grow Hemp

A video short was produced by the US Government in 1942, urging farmers to grow hemp for the war effort. This black and white film explained the uses of hemp, in order to increase the U.S. domestic production of industrial hemp. Before 1989, the United States Department of Agriculture and the Library of Congress denied […]

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