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Protesters Try To Break Into St. Louis Prison … Cops Called In … Protesters Maced: Part 2

A massive protest broke out at a north St. Louis workhouse (prison) Friday evening. Protesters were lifting up the fence and telling other protesters to go underneath to enter the prison. One protester even climbed over the fence! Police officers showed up as over 100 protesters were on the scene. The officers seemed to watching from the parking lot. The protesters were apparently angry over the fact that the inmates don’t have air conditioning. Sounds legit. One protester was climbing the fence! The radical leftist protesters just got maced. YouTube:…

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Protesters Try To Break Into St. Louis Prison … Cops Called In … Protesters Maced: Part 1

A massive protest broke out at a north St. Louis workhouse (prison) Friday evening. Protesters were lifting up the fence and telling other protesters to go underneath to enter the prison. One protester even climbed over the fence! Police officers showed up as over 100 protesters were on the scene. The officers seemed to watching from the parking lot. The protesters were apparently angry over the fact that the inmates don’t have air conditioning. Sounds legit. One protester was climbing the fence! The radical leftist protesters just got maced. YouTube:…

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Linkin Park Tour Is Cancelled After Chester Bennington’s Passing

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The band Linkin Park canceled its North American tour Friday after its lead singer, Chester Bennington, was found dead by hanging the day before. The Linkin Park One More Light North American Tour has been canceled and refunds are available at point of purchase. The Los Angeles County coroner’s office confirmed Friday that Bennington died by hanging. Coroner’s office spokesman Ed Winter says the 41-year-old rocker hanged himself from a bedroom door in his home near Los Angeles. Winter says a half-empty bottle of alcohol was…

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Scaramucci Makes A Smooth Debut

If President Donald Trump wants his staff to use a more conciliatory approach with journalists, new communications director Anthony Scaramucci may be implementing such a shift – for now. Trump refers to the media as “fake news.” The Wall Street financier and Republican fundraiser walked into the White House briefing room on Friday. He immediately did what Sean Spicer, the outgoing press secretary, did not do on his first day in January: engage, in a friendly manner, with reporters. Scaramucci bantered with correspondents, pledged to be transparent and even made…

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CenturyLink CEO Taken To Task By Minnesota Attorney General

The chief executive of CenturyLink Inc said he disagrees with claims made by the Minnesota Attorney General. The Attorney General has accused the CEO of not cooperating with the investigation related to a lawsuit on overcharging for internet and cable services. In an email sent to company employees on Thursday, Glen Post said he does not agree with the attorney general’s claims of being “uncooperative” pertaining to the ongoing investigation. The lawsuit was filed earlier this month. It alleges CenturyLink often refused to honor the lower prices customers had initially…

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Prison Guards’ Made A Series Of Mistakes

In reports on a deadly escape officials said Friday, two Georgia prison guards failed to properly search and secure their prisoners on a transfer bus. Their numerous security procedure violations cost them their lives. The security lapses enabled inmates Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe to exit the inmate compartment. They overpowered Sgt. Christopher Monica and Sgt. Curtis Billue, and use the officers’ guns to kill them. An external review report says it began when Monica and Billue missed what’s believed to be a toothbrush when searching Rowe before he boarded…

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