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    • Michigan man sentenced in porch monkey shooting
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      I don't know that the claim made it into the trial. The family claimed she was "Dindu Nuffin".

      You are correct that the defense did a terrible job if they couldn't convince the jury that a bloodied, drunk and high teen who just walked away from a crime scene and started pounding on somebody's door in the night wasn't a credible threat.
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    • like foley, why did sotloff give the speach saying USA is shit?
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      This. Do not assume that this was the first execution video they started.

      If he didn't do as wanted, they could stop rolling, and then torture, rape, electrocute, water board him, etc.

      Then, start over again, and keep doing it until he does it their way.
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      Yep, got her pregnant and now getting married.
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    • New York has a secret plan to drain Lake Ontario - Canada upset about being kept in the dark
      Hoping to counter a chorus of disapproval for the proposal to regulate Lake Ontario water levels in a more "natural" way, a coalition of environmental groups has spoken up in favor of the plan.

      The most powerful voice in the debate, however the state of New York is continuing to bite its tongue. State environmental officials, who previously had been forceful advocates for similar regulation schemes, have not yet taken a position on this one, which was advanced in June after 14 years of study and debate.

      The International Joint Commission, a U.S. Canada treaty organization that oversees water levels on Lake Ontario, recommended Plan 2014 because it would allow water levels to rise and fall slightly more than they do under the current plan. Levels are regulated, though not fully controlled, by a dam on the St. Lawrence River.

      The IJC recommendation was forwarded to federal officials in the United States and Canada, who have to agree to implement the new regulatory approach.

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