Monthly Archives: July 2014

Children Take the Headlines

Originally posted on Globalthinkers's Blog:
With the possibility of immigration reform dead in the water (see interview between Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) and The Washington Post on July 17) this year, immigration news continues to take headlines, with the…

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Originally posted on Create Parity:
Oppression takes on many forms and carries many scars. It’s easy to think that this is a problem somewhere else, but we have seen how close to home this problem can be. It is easy…

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UPS Driver Accused of Stealing, Trafficking Guns For Illegal Street Sales

Originally posted on CBS Los Angeles:
RIVERSIDE ( — A Southland United Parcel Service (UPS) driver was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing dozens of guns going through an Ontario shipping hub and providing them to an associate who sold the…

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New Initiative To Help ER Workers Spot Human Trafficking

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Not Your Average Traffic Stop

Originally posted on Let the Heavens Open:
The largest amounts of production and exportation of cocaine in the world come from Peru. Un campesino observing drying coca leaves. According to an article written in The Atlantic last year, between drug trafficking, human…

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Dangers from exotic animals, leaving kids in hot car: Mo. couple charged with wide variety of child abuses

Originally posted on FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports:
[ooyala code=”swbm04bzpz_xIXRDfwaZbeZRVZrldc3V” player_id=”99b31ca60977447aac65383d61b8503b”] RICHMOND, Mo. — A Richmond, Mo. couple, accused of killing their three-week-old baby in 2012, is now charged with abuse and neglect of their other children and…

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2 arrested, charged with felony child abuse in Calhoun County

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