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Paradigm Shift: Police Chief Quits Job After 16 Years to Grow Pot

Hancock, MD — Police Chief T.J. Buskirk recently resigned from the Hancock police department after 16 years and will be taking a new job at a very unlikely place. The former chief will be taking a job with Harvest of Maryland LLC, a marijuana firm that will be breaking ground in his town very soon. Buskirk is quitting the police force to work for a company that grows pot — a plant that has lands tens of thousands of Maryland residents behind bars each year.

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Calling the Police or Having a Misdemeanor Could Land You on the 'Terror Watch List'

According to recent reports, people who have been charged with petty crimes have been added to the US government’s “terror watch list” without warning.

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NYPD Triples the Strength of Their Pepper Spray Because the Old Stuff Didn’t Hurt Enough

New York, NY – Only in the twisted minds of NYPD officials would “more powerful weapons” be a solution to prevent their officers from killing people. Sadly, this is no joke. The NYPD recently announced that they are planning to stock more powerful and potent pepper spray, and they actually claim that this would be intended to prevent police from shooting people.

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While Raiding Her Family’s Home for Being Behind on Rent, Cops Kill 12-yo Girl

Penn Township, Pa — 12-year-old Ciara Meyer was shot and killed by a police officer this Monday morning as her family was being evicted from their home. According to police, her father, 57-year-old Donald B. Meyer, pointed a gun at Pennsylvania State Constable Clarke Steele during the eviction. The police say that Steele shot at Meyer when he had the gun pulled on him, and grazed the man’s arm. However, the bullet went on to fatally strike young Ciara Meyer after it went through her father.

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Video Allegedly Shows Cop Shoot Man In The Back 3 Times as He Was Face Down in Handcuffs

Salt Lake City, UT — On January 8, 2015, 42-year-old James Dudley Barker was killed by Officer Matthew Taylor. Since then, Taylor managed to avoid charges because the body camera footage gave an incomplete depiction on the incident.

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Cop Arrested Twice for Assaulting Women Was Just Arrested a Third Time

Philadelphia, PA — Philadelphia police officer Deric Lewis was recently arrested for the third time, after being arrested on two other occasions and losing his job as a result. In his two previous arrests, Lewis was charged with assault and reckless endangerment, and was reported as being violent in both situations.

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Narcotics Cop Who Ruined Countless Lives for Weed Possession, Busted With $2 Million in Marijuana

York County, PA — A California police officer was recently busted after driving 247 pounds of marijuana all the way across the country. Yuba County Deputy Christopher M. Heath was caught in York, Pennsylvania with a shipment of marijuana that was worth over $2 million. Heath was reportedly on vacation from his job at the Yuba County Police Department at the time of his arrest.

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City Targeting Nuns for Making THC-Free CBD Oil – In a State With Legal Medical Pot

Merced, CA — Sister Kate and Sister Darcey of the “Sisters of the Valley” medical marijuana organization are fighting against the government in California to keep their medical marijuana business alive. These nuns are unlikely entrepreneurs in the marijuana industry, and they create cannabis-based salves and tonics in their garage. The products that they create actually don’t contain THC and do not create a high, but their local city council is attempting to put them out of business anyway.

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Dad Arrested, His 2-Year-Old Daughter Taken, for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with Cannabis Oil

As cannabis is taken more seriously as a medicine and a treatment, more people are taking a chance and using it as a treatment for terminal illnesses. This treatment has had overwhelmingly positive results for countless people who had no other hope of recovery. Every day more stories and scientific studies are appearing from all over the world where people of all ages, even young children, are cured of life-threatening illnesses with cannabis oil.

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Founder Of Alcoholics Anonymous Said LSD Experience Could Help Addicts Stay Clean

There are countless people throughout the US and throughout the world who have been steered away from a life of drug or alcohol addiction after a spiritual experience with a psychedelic drug. In fact, Bill Wilson, the co-founder of the Alcoholics Anonymous program, actually considered promoting LSD as a tool for alcoholics to shake their addiction. Wilson was a close associate with many early adopters of LSD and took numerous trips in controlled, scientific settings while he was involved with the AA program.

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'Affluenza' Teen Who Got Away With Killing 4 People Because He Was Rich, Broke the Law AGAIN

Fort Worth, TX — Ethan Couch, the 18-year-old who killed four people while driving drunk in 2013, is on the run from police and is rumored to have fled the country after violating his probation. While he was on trial, Couch’s defense was that he had “affluenza,” or he was so rich and spoiled that he was totally unaware of consequences, and thus, not responsible for his actions.

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Crybaby Serial Rapist Cop Put on Suicide Watch After Head-Banging Courtroom Meltdown

Former Oklahoma City police officer and convicted serial rapist Daniel Holtzclaw was recently put on suicide watch, after he was found guilty of 18 different sexual assault charges in court last week.

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Missouri Police Chief Resigns After Caging Family’s Lost Puppy at a Gun Range and Shooting It

Police Chief Andrew Spencer resigned this week after it was revealed that he shot and killed an innocent dog that was in a cage and meant no one any harm. To make matters even worse, he took the puppy to a firing range and killed it there because he did not want to deal with finding its home.

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Weapons Makers Caught on Tape Celebrating the Financial Benefits of ISIS and Syrian War

Palm Beach, CA – At a Credit Suisse conference in West Palm Beach this week, representatives from major defense contractors spoke to their investors about how well business was going in these times of global war. Representatives from top firms like Raytheon, Oshkosh, and Lockheed Martin were in attendance, in somewhat of a celebration of the escalating conflict in the middle east and Africa.

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CNN Goes on Defensive After Calling Man Killed by Police the "Son of an Illiterate Heroin Addict"

Baltimore, MD – When reporting on the case of police brutality victim Freddie Gray, the man that was killed by police in Baltimore earlier this year, a CNN writer described Gray as “the son of an illiterate heroin addict.” The article quickly drew backlash and CNN attempted to edit the article, but it was too late, screenshots of the article had already gone viral.

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The US Ally With More ISIS Supporters Than Any Other Country

A recent study published by the Brookings Institution reviewed Twitter data from all over the world to track down the locations that had the most support for the terrorist group ISIS. Using a test sample of 20,000 accounts from each country, the study found that Saudi Arabia actually had the most pro-ISIS accounts, and by a fairly steep margin as well. Syria followed in 2nd with a significantly less number than Saudi Arabia, then followed by Iraq. Surprisingly, the United States is actually in fourth place, with a larger support base than most people would expect.

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Vomit Covered, Drunken On-Duty Cop, Rams Woman’s Car, Tries to Bribe Her Not to Tell

Trenton, NJ — Last month, 51-year-old police officer Michael Roadside was suspended without pay after he crashed into a woman’s car while he was drunk and offered to bribe her so she wouldn’t report the accident.

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Raging Cop Pulls Random Woman Out of Her Car by Hair, Beats Her in Front of Neighbors

Oklahoma City, OK – Yukon Police Officer Zachary Dean Bradford, 29, was arrested this week after he allegedly pulled a random woman from a parked car by the hair and punched her repeatedly. After the assault, Bradford reportedly ripped his shirt off and fled the scene.

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Cop Shows Up ‘Wasted’ on Duty to Receive Award for DUI Arrests at MADD Conference

Pinellas County, FL – Officer Michael Szeliga of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department showed up to a Mothers Against Drunk Driving conference in Fort Lauderdale so drunk that he could not even walk straight.

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‘Education’ in a Police State: In California Alone, Schools Call the Cops Every 2.6 Minutes

San Jose, CA – Police presence in schools has been a topic of heavy debate in recent weeks due to a viral video that showed a police officer brutally assaulting a young girl as she sat at her desk in class. 

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Judge Tells Teen He Will Be 'Someone’s B**ch' and 'Raped Every Day' in Jail

Albuquerque, New Mexico – A sadistic judge is under fire after it was reported she told an 18-year-old boy he would “probably be raped every day” if he went to jail. Isaiah Gay was standing trial for burglary when Judge Christina Argyres gave him a horrific depiction of the type of violence and abuse he would suffer if she decided to send him to prison.

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School Cop Punches 16-Year-Old Student in the Face for Not Having a Hall Pass

Oklahoma City, OK – A school resource officer was recently arrested after he was caught assaulting a student on a surveillance recording. The student had reportedly been in the hallway without a pass, and after he was confronted by officer Thomas Jaha, he went to get a drink of water.

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Cop Not Facing Charges After Helping His Brother Get Rid of Murdered Girlfriend’s Body

Bardstown, Kentucky – Police Officer Nick Houck is under investigation for helping his brother dispose of his murdered girlfriend’s body, and investigators say that forensic evidence ties him to the cover-up. Also, both Nick and his brother Brooks claim that they have temporary amnesia and can’t remember anything that happened during the time of the murder.

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Pennsylvania Cops to Overdose Victims: Drop Dead

Lehigh County, PA — As batches of heroin in America are becoming more and more deadly, a police department in Pennsylvania is refusing to carry a medication called naloxone that works as an overdose antidote and saves many lives every day. The medication temporarily clears the effect of opiates for a short amount of time so the person can receive medical care before their respiratory system shuts down.

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Woman Flipped Off the Mayor, So He Had a SWAT Team Raid Her House

Piedmont, MO – Tina Warren has been fighting her local government over rising water bills, leaving her at odds with the town’s mayor, Bill Kirkpatrick. Warren has been running a number of campaigns against his policies, and she has even been flipping the mayor the middle finger every time she sees him.

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Drug War Crumbling: Oregon Begins Expunging Marijuana Convictions

This week it was announced that Oregon will be expunging the old records of marijuana offenders, along with their new legalization plan. This measure is the farthest that a state has gone to date in regards to applying the new laws to old cases. However, for people who remain in jail for having a plant, the legalization plan does not go far enough.

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Man Arrested For Calling Police Racist in Facebook Comment Receives $35K Settlement

Madison, WI — Thomas Smith, 27, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for leaving negative remarks on a local police department’s Facebook page back in 2012. After fighting the charges with his own lawsuit, Smith was recently awarded a $35,000 settlement because his rights were violated by the arrest.

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Say Hello to Rave SWAT Teams, Cops Cracking Down on ‘Evil’ People Who Dance Late at Night

Los Angeles, Ca — Last week, local politicians in Los Angeles voted unanimously to create a new police task force that will be entirely focused on electronic dance music events. Earlier this summer, Los Angeles County council members proposed banning these types of events entirely. While that option is still on the table for them, they are now moving to crack down on these events until they are able to initiate a complete ban.

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'They Fed Me to an Animal' Cops Held Two Victims at Gunpoint While Forcing K9 to 'Eat Them'

Pompano Beach, FL — Street artists Humberto Pellegrino and Pedro Claveria were attacked by police after surrendering for being caught spray painting train cars. According to the artists, they surrendered immediately and never resisted or attempted to run away. Despite the lack of resistance, one of the officers, Detective Davis Acevedo pointed his gun at them and “fed” one of the men to his K-9 unit, Dino.

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How the War on Drugs Is to Blame for the Recent Spike in Heroin Overdoses

Heroin deaths are on the rise again in the US. While there has been a steady increase in use over the years, the main reason for the increase in deaths is because the product is becoming more dangerous. A new trend of cutting the drug with the very strong post-surgery painkiller Fentanyl is largely to blame for the recent spike in deaths that are occurring around the country.

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