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by Joe Martino

Monsanto is an american multinational corporation founded in the early 1900's by John Francis Queeny. It's no coincidence that he was a veteran of the pharmaceutical industry.

Monsanto and the people that govern it hide behind the classification of multinational corporations and political labels in order to implement their desired agenda. Why on Earth is our food being manufactured by the largest pesticide company in the world? Food is supposed to give us health and nourishment, but today our food contains toxins that are without question a major threat to our health. Toxic chemicals are added to our food supply simply through production, harmful pesticide residue and genetic engineering of seeds and crops. Even food packaging can be a source of toxins in food. Why are we allowing poisonous and toxic chemicals to enter into our food supply? What type of corporation would try to persuade the population that it is a good thing? Monsanto would, it's no coincidence that the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries are so well connected.

June 15, 2013

KUSA - If you live in the mountains, you can't be surprised to see a mountain lion in the backyard - but three?

That's what John Vomastic's cameras spotted outside his house last weekend in the Crystal Park Community of Manitou Springs.

March 29, 2013

by Gabriel Falcon

Three men accused of killing a Washington state man in a home invasion after the victim posted an internet ad were arraigned Monday, with all three pleading not guilty.

Clabon Terrel Bernaird, 23; Kiyoshi A. Higashi, 22; and Joshua N. Reese, 20, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, robbery and assault, Pierce County, Washington, prosecutor Mark Lindquist said. If convicted, they face potential sentences of around 70 years in prison, Lindquist said.

CNN Justice

May 11, 2010

by Deborah Allard

Susan Frank officially adopted three sibling boys that have been in her care for the last two years. Frank has five adopted children, a biological daughter, and is a guardian to two other children. They range in age from 11 to 28.

The boys' biological mother lost custody years ago. Their father, who lives outside the United States, calls them often and gave his blessing for the adoption. "It made things very easy," Frank said. Frank, a construction worker who focuses on interiors, has been a foster mother to more than 100 children in the past two decades.

March 23, 2012

An Edmonton foster mother convicted of manslaughter in the death of a child in her care was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison.

A jury convicted the woman, 34, in November. She cannot be named under Alberta child protection legislation in order to protect the identity of the child, who also cannot be named. The toddler died in January 2007 of a massive brain injury sustained when his skull hit part of a toilet bowl.

CBC News

June 4, 2009

by Paul Boutin

New York attorney general Andrew Cuomo told reporters at a press conference in Manhattan this morning that 2,782 Facebook accounts and 1,796 MySpace accounts had been shut down in compliance with a 2008 New York State law.

But 3,500 accounts is only a start. To put the sweep in scope, New York state has more than 30,000 registered sex offenders, of whom 8,106 have registered their online info. Yet New York's population only makes up 6 percent of the total United States.

Venture Beat

December 1, 2009

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

A young Florida woman was sentenced to 30 days in jail for swearing at a judge and holding up her middle finger.

Penelope Soto, 18, appeared for a hearing Monday before Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat after she was arrested for possession of Xanax, WTVJ-TV, Miami, reported Tuesday. Rodriguez-Chomat set Soto's bond at $5,000 and told her "bye bye," leading her to laugh and reply "adios."

Personal Liberty Alerts

February 6, 2013

by Anita Miller

San Marcos -- Sara Amaya was sentenced to 30 years in jail on Friday after pleading guilty to 14 counts of child abuse.

The action marks the prosecutorial end of what investigators called the "worst case of child abuse" they had encountered and came just more than a month after Hays County jurors sentenced her former husband, Cesar Mojica, to 14 life terms.

San Marcos Record (TX)

June 13, 2008

by Bob Christie

Nearly 400 children have been removed from Arizona homes identified through thousands of child abuse and neglect reports that were ignored in recent years.

The findings are from a team reviewing more than 6,500 reports that the state's Child Protective Services agency failed to investigate over the past four years. They show just how badly the state's child welfare authorities botched their reviews of incoming calls to an abuse hotline.

January 19, 2014

Rock Hill police are investigating after a 3rd grade teacher was arrested and charged with assaulting a 9-year-old female student.

According to the Rock Hill School District, Daniel Johns, a third-grade teacher at Rosewood Elementary School, is on administrative leave with pay following an incident that occurred Wednesday morning before school began. Officials say the incident involved Johns and a third-grade student.

March 29, 2013


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