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What happens when UH faculty, staff cross the line?

Always Investigating is revealing how often University of Hawaii at Manoa professors and staff are disciplined for crossing the line with sexual harassment on campus. 1,264 more words


Police Handcuff Tamir Rice's Sister after Shooting her 12 year old brother.

by Corey Shaffer, January 7, 2015

Video shows Tamir Rice shooting aftermath Extended video released Wednesday showed Cleveland police forced the 14-year-old sister of Tamir Rice… 705 more words

Boston PD Officer beats up taxi driver, steals his car. On paid administrative leave.

Travis Anderson, January 5, 2015

A veteran Boston police officer uttered racial slurs during an alleged assault of an Uber driver in South Boston early Sunday, according to a police report and a statement from the department. 392 more words

NYU Professor Uncovers How the FDA Systematically Covers Up Fraud and Misconduct in Drug Trials

Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg

That misconduct happens isn’t shocking. What is: When the FDA finds scientific fraud or misconduct, the agency doesn’t notify the public, the medical establishment, or even the scientific community that the results of a medical experiment are not to be trusted. 392 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

17 Abbotsford Police officers under investigation for allegations of misconduct

WATCH: Seventeen Abbotsford Police officers are under investigation for allegations of misconduct. But as Ted Chernecki reports, the police chief and mayor suggest the department has taken steps to improve police procedures. 523 more words


Support People at your Meeting

If you get an invite to a meeting with the boss, whether that invite is formal or informal there are a couple of things you should think about: 307 more words

The veil is lifting on the world's largest military - THE ECONOMIST FEB. 14, 2015, 5:24 PM

So secretive is China’s army that it began admitting foreign journalists to its monthly–and highly uninformative–briefings only last year.

But in the past few months extraordinary revelations have appeared in the Chinese media about corruption in the highest ranks of the People’s Liberation Army: a deputy chief of logistics built a mansion for himself modelled on the Forbidden City (among his treasures was a statue of Mao Zedong, in gold); the country’s most senior uniformed officer had a basement stacked high with cash; and in January it emerged that no fewer than 15 generals, including a former deputy chief of the nuclear arsenal, were being investigated for graft. 356 more words

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