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George Washington University Apologizes For Sharing Email About Police Recruitment Fair

George Washington University issued an apology Wednesday to students after sending an email about an upcoming police employment fair. The chair of the sociology department, Hiromi Ishizawa, said the employment email sent a few days prior, “hurt many people in this context of national and international focus on police violence and police abuses, especially against Black people,” according to pictures ...

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Man Charged With Killing David Dorn Previously Convicted For A Felony. He Didn’t Serve A Single Day

The man who allegedly killed former St. Louis Police captain David Dorn was convicted of a felony, but he never served a single day behind bars, court records show. 24-year-old Stephan Cannon was supposed to be locked up for seven years following a 2014 robbery conviction, instead he received a suspended execution of sentence and was let loose. The felon ...

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Philly Police Officers Cheer Colleague As He Turns Himself In For Allegedly Pummeling Protester

A Philadelphia police inspector was met with a round of applause from supporters Monday as he turned himself in to authorities after allegedly beating an unruly protester with a baton last week. Inspector Joseph Bologna Jr. was seen on video leaving a Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) lodge surrounded by dozens of people saluting, whistling and applauding him. The 54-year-old ...

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DOJ Tries To Compel Prince Andrew To Talk About Jeffrey Epstein, But Lawyers Say He Already Offered An Interview

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has requested an interview with UK’s Prince Andrew related to an investigation of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex crimes, claiming he’s been unresponsive, ABC News reported Monday. However, attorneys for Andrew, who has denied any wrongdoing in his association with Epstein, said in a Monday statement that he has offered an interview multiple times. Citing two ...

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Florida Supreme Court Quashes Amendment That Would Outlaw ‘Assault Weapons’

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday struck down an amendment that would ban the ownership of assault weapons due to misleading wording. Ban Assault Weapons Now, which prohibited the “possession of assault weapons,” banned magazines holding more than 10 rounds and mandated registration for these guns, was set to appear on the 2020 ballot. However, justices voted 4-1 to ensure ...

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Michigan Anti-Lockdown Protesters Had Their Phone Data Tracked — Floyd Protesters Did Not

Phone data from about 400 activists in Michigan’s capital who protested coronavirus-related government orders was reportedly collected by a progressive advocacy group. The same group has not collected similar data from George Floyd protesters. The Committee to Protect Medicare and Affordable Care under the direction of Dr. Rob Davidson, a former Democratic congressional candidate, used cell phone data generated by ...

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Police Unions Abandon Biden After He Promotes Cop Reform

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden earlier in his career demonstrated support for police officers and their organized groups, but some in the law enforcement community claim he’s switched views amid the George Floyd riots. Officers are finding themselves on the receiving end of mass violence in the midst of countrywide demonstrations that have resulted from the untimely death of George ...

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Coronavirus Vaccine May Require Double Injections

An eventual coronavirus vaccine will likely require two separate injections, possibly a month apart, due to the newness of the virus, according to a Harvard professor. A double vaccine might be the only option to build immunity against the respiratory infection as COVID-19’s properties are so new to the world that people are not able to produce antibodies to effectively ...

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Michigan Anti-Lockdown Protesters Had Their Phone Data Tracked: Report

Phone data from around 400 protestors, who descended on Michigan’s capital in late April to protest COVID-19-related government orders, was reportedly collected by a liberal advocacy group, a Tuesday report alleges. The Committee to Protect Medicare and Affordable Care group used cell phone data generated by an application called VoteMap to track the movements of the rally’s attendees after they ...

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Armed Minneapolis Residents Reportedly Question Visitors, Guard Neighborhoods Amid ‘State Failure’

Armed residents in Minneapolis have reportedly formed enclaves to protect their neighborhoods in the epicenter of mass nationwide violence. Men dawning rifles, bats and handguns question visitors about their intentions and convene in neighborhood watch groups to detect suspicious activity. Residents watching the destruction in parts of Minnesota have since stocked up fire retardants and make conscious efforts to remove ...

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80% More Guns Sold In May of This Year Than In May of 2019

Americans purchased more than 80% more guns in the month of May than they did in May of 2019. Over 1.7 million firearms were acquired by private citizens and handgun scales skyrocketed by 90% when compared to sales in the same month in 2019, according to Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting’s (SAAF) analysis of FBI NICS data. Rifle sales increased ...

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Poll: 17% Of Americans Support Violent Action Against Police, Looting Of Businesses

About 17% of Americans say the nationwide violence, arson and looting is “fully justified,” according to a national poll released Tuesday. Some Americans — about 38% — claim the actions by rioters are “partially justified”, while only 38% say they can’t support the violence in any capacity. However, over half of Americans (57%) say the anger behind the protests is ...

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Live TV Shows Looters Arguing With Armed Store Owners ‘About Why They Can’t Break In’ |

A live TV broadcast showed a group of suspected looters in Los Angeles confront business owners bearing long guns for not allowing them to break in to stores. “There having a standoff here arguing about why they can’t break into the place,” a Fox 11 TV reporter said in the live broadcast Sunday evening. Seconds later both the alleged looters ...

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Tennessee House Votes To Be Second Amendment Sanctuary Amid Nationwide Riots

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Tennessee is now one step closer to becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary after the state House of Representatives passed a resolution Monday strengthening legal protections of gun ownership. Resolution HJR074, drafted in March, requires the state to “[extend] a safe harbor to Virginians and other United States citizens whose constitutional rights are being violated by elected officials.” It also affirms ...

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