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Strangely, no Black reporter has uttered that sensitive term when speaking of Rev. King!

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Christie avoids criticism of trumPIG.

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Politics / Re: I want this hat!
« on: January 17, 2019, 10:26:59 AM »
I wholeheartedly agree!!!!!!

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General Discussion Forum / Re: Teens and the rotary phone!!!
« on: January 11, 2019, 10:53:43 AM »
OMG, they had no clue :lol:

Clueless and funny. I'm going to try and locate a rotary phone and test my grandkids.

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What concerns me is whether a warrant to obtain the DNA samples of all the male employees of the facility, without some individualized suspicion that a particular male employee carried out the assault, would withstand constitutional scrutiny.

I'm really curious to see how all of this ends up going down. I think the warrant to collect DNA would have to be addressed to the individual rather than the facility. But even if they serve all the male employees individually with warrants to collect DNA, and as a result they identify a male employee as the assailant, it will be interesting to see the results of a suppression motion. I don't think they could clear the probable cause hurdle with respect to the individual. I don't think it's enough to tell the issuing magistrate, "a crime was committed and it was one of these 20 people." In other words, in order to stick a swab in an individual's mouth, they have to have probable cause that they'd find evidence in that mouth.

This was a horrible crime, and I really hope they catch the bastard. But I want them to do it in a way that sticks, and this way is risky, I think.


Great point. I'm unsure what the law is there as it relates to searches for certain crimes, but in some southeastern states, exploratory searches aren't legal.


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Read more

Texas authorities arrested and charged a man in the fatal shooting of 7-year-old girl Jazmine Barnes, whose death captured national attention and sparked a manhunt for the killer.

The original reports from the family who witnessed the shooting death of Jasmine described the shooter as a “white male in his 30s.”

Trans black activist Shaun King offered a $100,000 reward for the arrest of the shooter.

Good Morning "Y", just a couple of arguments. First, according to news/police reports, the last vehicle the mom saw just immediately before shots were fired, contained whites. So, due to the traumatic of the incident, that description was frozen in her mind. Secondly, let's ask this question, why would the mom lie about someone who killed her child and wounded others? I do believe if the shooters/killers came down from Heaven, the mom would try and be truthful.



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During the very first showing when it got to the part about the 12- year old, I turned the set and don't plan to watch anymore. Its sickening to even imagine  this child was sexually abused.

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Politics / Re: WHO IS IN CHARGE?
« on: January 08, 2019, 11:24:22 AM »
I agree that apparently, it's neither Bolton or trumPIG, but it's not a laughing matter.

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