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Taylor Swift Donates To Joyful Heart After Groping Win

Well, as you already know, Taylor won the court trial and she kept her promise (like I knew she would) to pledge to a support group that helps… 162 more words

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Photo Is Key Evidence in the Taylor Swift Trial with David Mueller

So the trial has begun and I have a good feeling that during these nine days this whole thing will come to a close, justice will be prevailed for not only Taylor but for every woman that has ever had to go through something disgusting and humiliating like this and David Mueller will be a paying a… 284 more words

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Only 32 Seats for Spectators Available at Taylor Swift's Court Trial

Did you have the desire to sign up to be a spectator for Taylor’s upcoming court trial with David Mueller?  Well, you’ll just have to get in line like many others because there’s only going to be 32 seats available.   181 more words

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Three former TEPCO officials on trial

Three former TEPCO officials and their disaster planning skills are on trial for deaths caused by the 2011 tsunami and nuclear meltdowns.

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Trial of former Tepco executives over 2011 disaster

The criminal trial of three former top executives at Tokyo Electric Power Co. over the triple meltdown at its Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in 2011 has begun at the Tokyo District Court. 724 more words

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Anti-tsunami policy shift key to criminal trial of ex-TEPCO execs

In this March 11, 2011 file photo, waves are seen washing over a 10-meter-high breakwater and approaching the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant

The key point of contention in the criminal trial of former top Tokyo Electric Power Co. 669 more words

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Fukushima trial should clarify why TEPCO execs didn’t act

An artist’s concept of seawalls to protect the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant from tsunami

The first criminal trial over the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster is now under way, drawing fresh attention to key questions concerning the devastating accident and its lasting reverberations. 690 more words

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