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Michelle Reed Investigates: Shelby Co. DA, law enforcement in public feud

BY Michelle Reed

SHELBY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -With a printed feud continuing to create ripples throughout the community, Shelby County officials and law enforcement refused to talk about recent allegations each party made against each other in two East Texas newspapers. 329 more words

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Is MH17 Journo Guilty of Tainting Crime (Crash) Scene?

Australian Journalist Criticised for Touching MH17 Victims’ Belongings

‘Following allegations that pro-Russian rebels may have “severely compromised” the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, journalists have been caught touching victims’ belongings. 455 more words

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Selfish journalism

There are quite honestly a million reasons why I am awake at this godforsaken hour.  Why for some reason at one o’clock in the morning I felt the sudden urge to rise from my slumber like a dragon from it’s cave to sip ice tea and crush ice cubes  between my merciless jaws.   727 more words

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Russian Reporter Resigns and Exposes Flight 17 Truth

‘I’m for the Truth’: RT Reporter Resigns Over Coverage of Malaysia Airlines Disaster

‘“When this story broke I ran back into the newsroom and saw how we were covering it already and I just knew I had to go,” Sara Firth said. 359 more words

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UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT by Stuart Taylor, Jr. and KC Johnson

As someone who leans in the liberal direction, I might have been put off by the inflammatory subtitle of this book (“Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case” 424 more words

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General Reading and Life Update

So, I must apologize for the lack of blog posts recently. It’s been due to lots of things really, but as they were good things, I’m not complaining. 313 more words

"We Are Who We Must Be"

“We are who we must be” is a quote taken from The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of a Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan,  a book due out on September 16th by award winning investigative journalist Jenny Nordburg. 363 more words