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Not Guilty ! - Officer Edward Nero Acquitted in Baltimore Six Trial (Freddie Gray)...

As most anticipated Officer Edward Nero has been acquitted by Judge Wiliams during a bench trial determination.  The arrest and charges were political decisions intended entirely to appease the racial grievance community… 420 more words

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Burrito Bandit - Ohio Woman Reports Fake Robbery To Avoid $20 Restaurant Bill...

CINCINNATI, OH (WCMH/NBCNews) – An Ohio woman is in hot water after police said she called in a fake robbery to avoid paying her tab at a Gold Star Chili restaurant. 157 more words

Baltimore Six Update - Day #2 Officer Nero Trial...

Here’s a summary of day two in the trial of police officer Edward Nero

(Via Baltimore Sun)  Prosecutors spent much of the second day of Officer… 186 more words

Baltimore Six Trial Update - Officer Edward Nero Trial Began Today...

Nero’s defense attorney Marc Zayon said his client had a limited role. Rice was out of Nero’s view when he called out over the radio that he was involved in a pursuit, and Officer Garrett Miller was the one who caught and handcuffed Gray, Zayon said. 270 more words

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Proactive Dept of Justice Files Federal Charges Against Officer Michael Slager...

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Officer Michael Slager is the South Carolina police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Walter Scott.  Officer Slager’s trial is set to begin October 31st 2016, however the DOJ announced additional federal charges today. 707 more words

Coincidence? - ISIS Broadcasts New Execution Style - Last Night Three Dead In Boston Stabbing Rampage...

Not sure if any of this is connected, but it certainly is quite a coincidence. We note three stories on three consecutive days:

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Facebook Forced (Manipulated) Black Lives Matter To Trend On Social Media...

Last year Matt Drudge warned of this activity, asserting that corporate and SJW interests were going to manipulate the news content feed on platformed social media in an effort to advance a false impression of support.  203 more words

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