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Placing the pool so close to the hotel was an invitation

for the daring youth to jump in the water.

In my opinion he could have gotten better distance if he had curld his toes over the edge of the precipice.

Scientist discover strange new species of cat fish

The discovery is so new that there is no information about the fish yet.


DOJ knows and is OK with innocent people jailed and has no

responsibility to demand their release.

These people were sentenced for gun possession while committing non violent crimes, which was not actually a crime.

The courts ruled for their innocense but the people incarcerated are not aware of the findings by the courts.

It is a federal crime for felons to possess firearms, and while all of the men arrested under these laws did have criminal records, they were not technically felons. This detail was specifically codified after the cases in question were decided, so as far as the court is concerned, the prisoners were still guilty of a crime.

USA today reports:

Justice Department officials said it is not their job to notify prisoners that they might be incarcerated for something that they now concede is not a crime. And although they have agreed in court filings that the men are innocent, they said they must still comply with federal laws that put strict limits on when and how people can challenge their convictions in court.

The courts are now afraid to overturn the rulings because then they would be setting a precedent for other inmates to challenge their own imprisonment.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/60-prisoners-north-carolina-declared-innocent-jail/#rQymM17OTVRvAHMc.99


Mankind is proving to be much like the moth that

comes out in the dark of night but is drawn inexplicitely to the bright light that burns his life away and like the moth finds out too late that global warming can be the cause for mankind's death.


Just a few gifs

haha That's all

BABY MONSTER Born 10-1888 Died 2-1889

The story:


Saw this on shark tank and wonder if the NFL is testing it

for appliications toward football padding and helmets.

Developed in Europe and seems to be utilized mainly in running shoes for it's shock absorbing benefits.


This video is in French

More videos:


Alabama City cover up of a 18 yo black woman in police custody

From the web site we find the City attorney is refusing to release any information because he is concerned about the dead woman's rights.

Seems he thinks the poor woman has more rights now that she has died.

Where was the city's concerns when she asked for her rights to medical treatment?


Early the next morning, Proctor was found dead in her jail cell, after having complained of problems with asthma which police apparently refused to take seriously.
Bessemer City Attorney Shan Paden commented, “I know the case. I know we had a death in the jail. Erring on a conservative side, not to protect the city but to protect the rights of an 18-year-old, the city of Bessemer will not disclose any information.”


White people riot and destroy property because

their sports team won some sporting event.

Black people riot because the system is geared to target and oppress them as second class citizens.

The same system that is being touted by the governor and Mayor as the best solution to find answers in Mr Greys death at the hands of his oppressors.

It didn't work before:

Over the past four years, more than 100 people have won court judgments or settlements related to allegations of brutality and civil rights violations. Victims include a 15-year-old boy riding a dirt bike, a 26-year-old pregnant accountant who had witnessed a beating, a 50-year-old woman selling church raffle tickets, a 65-year-old church deacon rolling a cigarette and an 87-year-old grandmother aiding her wounded grandson ....

And in almost every case, prosecutors or judges dismissed the charges against the victims—if charges were filed at all. In an incident that drew headlines recently, charges against a South Baltimore man were dropped after a video showed an officer repeatedly punching him—a beating that led the police commissioner to say he was “shocked.”

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