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REVOLT: Man Refuses to Pay $75,000 PER DAY FINE from the EPA for … Building a Pond ON HIS OWN PROPERTY

All Andy Johnson wanted to do was build a stock pond on his sprawling eight-acre Wyoming farm. He and his wife Katie spent hours constructing it, filling it with crystal-clear water, and bringing in brook and brown trout, ducks and geese. It was a place where his horses could drink and graze, and a private playground for his three children. But instead of enjoying the fruits of his labor, the Wyoming welder ...

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Video Released of Police Shooting of 70-Year-Old Man … Because He Had A Cane

Last month, Terrence Knox, a sheriff’s deputy in York County, South Carolina, shot 70-year-old Bobby Canipe during a traffic stop over expired plates. Canipe reached into his truck bed for his cane, and Knox fired several shots at Canipe, hitting him once in the lung. Canipe survived the shooting, and Knox was put on paid leave. This week, dashcam video of the incident was released. Watch below:   ...

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DES MOINES, IA — A settlement has been reached for a groom who was beaten unconscious at his own wedding reception, although the city still refuses to admit their officer did anything wrong. Wedding Bash The case dates back to 2011, when John Twombly and his bride Khamla made their vows.   They held a reception with roughly 275-300 guests, and hired an off-duty Des Moines police officer, Andrew Phipps, to p ...

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A man is dead because he refused to be harassed by a Police Officer. The reason for the NLVPD harassment? The 38-year old homeless man was “walking in a crosswalk.” According to NLVPD Public Information Officer Chrissie Coon, the uniformed officer was patrolling the area of Woodard Street and Tonopah Avenue about 1 a.m. when he saw a man walking in a crosswalk. Coon said the officer informed dispatchers he ...

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Florida Makes OFF-GRID LIVING ILLEGAL – Mandates All Homes Must Be Connected To An Electricity Grid

It’s no secret that an opposition to sustainable living exists. Earlier this year, Texas state brought several SWAT teams to a sustainable community and threatened to shut it down. Each one of the community members were initially handcuffed at gunpoint. It was called “The Garden of Eden Community,” and was totally self sustainable. You can read more about that here. This time, it’s Robin Speronis that’s com ...

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RON HOWARD to Produce … New Film Adaptation of GEORGE ORWELL’s 1984? [VIDEO]

  Hollywood is Working on Getting the Rights for a New Film Adaptation Based on George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four!! Ron Howard Wants to Produce it. IF it's made, it will likely portray the Tea Party as "the Party" and Winston and Julia as Obama-loving Liberals fighting the evil right wing extremists, even though Liberalism is the philosophy of big government and the nanny state. Brian Grazer and Ron ...

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  Philadelphia News, Weather and Sports from WTXF FOX 29   TAMPA, FL (FOX 13) - A woman who was arrested last month for feeding wild animals will stay in jail for now after her latest arrest. A judge decided this morning to hold Mary Musselman, 81, behind bars after she allegedly violated the terms of her probation. Musselman originally went to jail back in January after wildlife officers said she ...

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City Forced To DROP CHARGES Against 2 Black Men After They BEAT UP 2 OFFICERS For Trying To Racially Profile Them [VIDEO]

It all started when Tywonn Mitchell, 20, and Naybon Moore, 26, were driving to Grandy’s Coney Island back in May. They say that’s when Detroit police officers began profiling them, tailing their car. The brothers pulled into the restaurant and the police car backed away, so they thought everything was fine. But then the officers followed them into the Coney Island, and asked to see their IDs. The brothers a ...

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SCOTUS Rules Cops DO NOT Need A Warrant To Search Your Home

In another devastating blow to freedom, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police don’t need a warrant to search your property. As long as two occupants disagree about allowing officers to enter, and the resident who refuses access is then arrested, police may enter the residence. “Instead of adhering to the warrant requirement,” Ginsburg wrote, “today’s decision tells the police they may dodge it, neverm ...

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