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California Woman Wins Huge Settlement In CPS Incident Where Son Was Taken, Given 13 Vaccines
A California woman said her infant son was taken by Child Protective Services, then given a full body medical test and thirteen vaccines without a warrant or parental consent. This was done based on the recommendation of a doctor who has been sued repeatedly. Rachel Bruno reached a $500,000 settlement in December with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office (LACSO) and two other settlements are near ...
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EDL leader-turned independent journalist Tommy Robinson was arrested for “breaching the peace” outside the Leeds Crown Court on May 25, 2018 as he was covering the trial of ten Muslim men for offenses including child rape, trafficking, and drug distribution. Robinson was livestreaming on Facebook outside of a Leeds court when police arrested him for allegedly breaching the peace, according to The Independent. The Independent attempted ...
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Former FBI Chief of Staff James Rybicki Testifies that Russia Conspiracy Came from Obama’s White House
Transcripts obtained in late July 2019 from the FBI in a FOIA request show that James Rybicki, the former FBI Chief of Staff under James Comey, testified that the Russia Conspiracy sham came from Obama’s White House in October 2016. Gateway Pundit reported the week before the FOIA discovery that businessman Ed Butowsky filed a lawsuit where he outed reporter Ellen Ratner as his source for ...
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Study by Expert in India Finds Fluoride Avoidance Reduces Pregnancy Risks
Dr. AK Susheela, fluoride expert in India reported in a 2010 study in Current Science (pdf) that fluoride avoidance reduced anemia in pregnant women, decreased pre-term births, and enhanced babies’ birth-weight. From the concluding paragraphs of the study: Evaluating the background information retrieved from the pregnant women belonging to the sample and control groups is informative in the sense that in the sample group, members of a household ...
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The Constitutional Convention Begins in Philadelphia on May 25th and Ends on Sept 17th with the Miracle of the Constitution
The Constitutional Convention takes place in Philadelphia and, by the account of many participants during the process, ends with a miracle of divine providence in the formation of the constitution that provided the American people with a people's government assuring their rights and freedom, with a balance of powers, and equal representation for all states. "Miracle at Philadelphia " is in fact a quote from a ...
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