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Cinnamon

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  1. The Catholic Church and government agencies in the United Kingdom have developed a new argument to avoid paying out settlements to victims of pedophilia and sex abuse: they’re claiming the children consented. As the Telegraph noted over the weekend: Lawyers who represent some of the victims have told the Sunday Telegraph that the defence is more frequently being used by private schools, religious groups and local authorities when trying to defend compensation claims. Though news of these recent attempts to avoid paying settlements emerged last month, the Telegraph recently viewed documents from two court cases in which defense attorneys used the “consent” argument. “One claimant was told by lawyers for the Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark that his abuse, which included rape and began when he was 15, ‘actually occurred in the context of a consensual relationship (albeit one the Claimant in retrospect now appears to regret),’” the Telegraph reported. <snip> http://www.activistpost.com/2017/08/church-govt-argue-child-sex-predators-innocent-children-consented.html Nothing is too low for these cretins or their lawyers.
  2. Can you please link to that? We need links for all copied content.
  3. I wish he'd call out George Soros and the Purple Revolution they have planned.
  4. I'd like to think it's a matter of their needing to take a Constitution class. But I'm sure there's more to it than that.
  5. Or if you have an entire political party, like the Democrats trying to do it to an entire race of people.
  6. I disagree, because what they do to them, they can also do to everyone else. Watch da trap.
  7. The Department of Justice (DOJ) is dropping its controversial request for visitor IP addresses related to an anti-Trump website. The government said in a brief released Tuesday that it has "no interest" in the 1.3 million IP addresses related to the website disruptj20.org. It says it is solely focused on information that could constitute evidence related to criminal rioting on Inauguration Day. “The Warrant — like the criminal investigation — is singularly focused on criminal activity,” the reply brief states. “It will not be used for any other purpose.” Privacy and civil liberties advocates were up in arms last week when the web hosting company DreamHost publicized a July 12 search warrant for information related to disruptj20.org, which was used to organize protests on Inauguration Day. DreamHost said complying with the request would amount to handing over roughly 1.3 million visitor IP addresses and other information about visitors to the site. Lawyers for DreamHost opposed the warrant, arguing it raised First and Fourth Amendment concerns. <snip> http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/347559-doj-drops-request-for-visitor-ip-addresses-related-to-trump-resistance
  8. She's not innocent. And if you or I said what she did, we'd be in jail explaining ourselves right now.
  9. Ben Carson is supposed to speak pretty soon. Effigies of Trump with swastickas and KKK stuff on them from protesters.
  10. No, because without a victim mentality the entire thing collapses.
  11. No matter what city, what state... any location, they all sound the same.
  12. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/4a/ab/0a/4aab0a1670246fce23ca0d3c18e039be--shut-up-funny-shit.jpg
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