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Washington Police Unions have demanded fines or even jail for suspects who hurt police dogs and horses in hopes of deterring attacks on police animals. The State Government has responded by saying it could toughen animal welfare laws with penalties for people who injure police animals. The Police Unions claim at least four police dogs are injured on the job each year.

WA Police Union president George Tilbury submitted a complaint to an inquiry into new animal cruelty laws saying there was a very real lack of financial penalty for offenders convicted of harming a police animal. Tilbury pointed out that police horses are worth about $150,000 while police puppies are worth about $15,000 a piece.

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You keep dogs with the intent of using them to bite people. Do you not expect counter-claims exceeding the worth of the animals? If you go down the avenue of pursuing them for gibsmemoney?


>no knock raid

>smash down the door

>shoot the owner's dog

>owner shoots your dog

>charge him with assault/murder of police officer


>low-iq nigger gang spends tax dollars training attack dogs

>WTF why are these people killing the attack dogs we attack protect and serve them with?

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Theresa May has refused to commit publicly to Britain remaining a “tier one” military power amid fresh concerns from defence chiefs about Armed Forces budgets.

The Prime Minister became embroiled in a row with military top brass and the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson after it emerged she had asked for a formal definition of what constitutes a “tier one” power during a discussion about the ongoing UK defence review.



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The UK hasn't been a tier one military power in 600 years

>Picked fights with literal ooga booga sprearchuckers while they are large empire thousands of years technologically superior, still somehow lost some of those fights and almost all their land in the end because what r proper utilization of troops/resources to land ratios

>Got their shit pushed in by the germans in both world wars, were saved by the US allies/germany's other enemies

>Absolute shitshow that was any of their involvement in the middle east

The anglo is some sort of troglodyte stuck in the medieval ages, its squat, solid form excels at fighting in melee combat but once warfare expanded to firearms and artillery its small brain and poor eyesight couldn't cope



>a couple of battles where unprepared soldiers with slow-loading muskets get overwhelmed by hordes of Zulus (but easily win the war in the end)

>WWI where the British fight a ghastly war of attrition for many years against the Germans basically 1 vs 1 (with little help from incompetent French or Russians) until the Americans come in and beat the already-spent Germans

>again in ww2 the UK bears the brunt of the German war machine allowing Russia and America to get their military in order

It was only the stalwart UK that prevented the Germans winning in 2 world wars, and if it weren't for them America couldn't and wouldn't have been able to get involved. Furthermore, the dominance of Great Britain and anglophone countries is the reason you're speaking English right now, schlomo.



>It was only the stalwart UK that prevented the Germans winning in 2 world wars

>this is what Anglos actually believe


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The Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" border policy, which initially led to the separation of about 2,300 children from their parents who were detained for crossing the US border illegally, has sparked widespread controversy and outrage.

But an ocean away, China has quietly been hauling off hundreds of thousands of its own citizens with little reason or access to recourse, breaking up thousands of families in the process.



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That is an antisemitic lie goy!


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abandon your own children at the border and then let's advocate for the murder of law enforcement who are there to clean up your mess.

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The father of the tearful two-year-old Honduran migrant girl who became the face of the “family separation” news coverage says that his young daughter was never actually separated from her mother when caught by U.S. Border Patrol.

Instead, he says, his daughter and her mother are together in U.S. custody at “at a family residential center in Texas.”

Moreover, the mother had been deported from the U.S. in 2013, according to a statement given by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to Buzzfeed on Thursday evening.

Denis Javier Varela Hernandez, 32, told the UK Daily Mail that his wife Sandra, 32, had taken their daughter, Yanela Denise, on a dangerous journey to the U.S. on June 3 without telling him. They had since been in touch, he said, and he learned the two had been detained together but never separated.

Yanela Denise became an iconic symbol of opposition to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, under which adults who cross the border illegally are prosecuted. As a result, children traveling with migrant adults are often taken to shelters separately until they can be reunited with their parents, a family member, or a sponsor.

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The media lies. And more news that aren't really news you never hear news talking about.


the entire left wing should be held accountable for this.

how many fuckwads invaded threads about this story becrying how "evil" Trump is over this fake news.



What's the latest? Kids in cages, separated from their moms! Oh no! That only happens to every other criminal ever. Well, every American criminal ever. Illegal alien criminals, who drag their kids through scorching deserts to break the law because their own countries are The Term That May Not Be Spoken But Trump Spoke It (which itself created a mini outrage a while ago) are, I guess, supposed to be a special kind of criminal that doesn’t get separated from his/her/xer kids upon arrest. Wait, does that sound right? Why would they be treated differently…I don’t think…STOP!

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Intel Corp. removed Brian Krzanich as chief executive officer after the chipmaker learned he had a consensual relationship with an employee, a violation of the company’s policies.

Chief Financial Officer Robert Swan was made interim CEO while the board searches for a permanent replacement, the company said in a statement Thursday. Krzanich is the latest in a string of CEOs forced out for having an inappropriate relationship. Lululemon Athletica Inc. and Priceline Group Inc. both had to replace their leaders for similar reasons.

Intel heard about Krzanich’s relationship about a week ago from an employee acting under company rules that require staff to report such matters when they become aware of the information, according to a person familiar with the matter. Intel has previously fired people for "fraternization" under a rule implemented in 2011 and therefore the board felt it had no choice in this case. The relationship was long-term and started years ago. It had been over for a couple of years, the person also said, asking not to be identified discussing private details of the situation. Krzanich didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment.

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Human in Robot society does not compute. Must eliminate all emotion.


So did he give some chick a raise for sucking him off regularly?


I look at all the things women "accomplish" and I laugh a sad laugh.

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Community members of Pittsburgh took to the city's parkway to block traffic in protest of the shooting of an unarmed black teen. 17-year-old Antwon Rose was shot in the back after running from police at a traffic stop Wednesday night. The community was outraged at the shooting which was captured on video by a witness.

Hundreds of protesters swarmed the Pittsburgh police station Wednesday night and now even more protesters have gathered Thursday night and shut down the city's parkway. The protesters marched from the East Pittsburgh Police Station, down Route 30 in Forest Hills to the Parkway East and succeeded in shutting down traffic in both directions causing traffic to be backed up for miles.

To make matters worse, the officer who fired at least 9 .40 caliber rounds at the fleeing Antown Rose was only sworn into duty hours before the fatal incident. The protesters outraged motorists who were simply trying to travel but could not due to the hundreds of people sitting on the highway. One truck driver got out of his truck and threatened the protesters with a tire iron but it did little good.

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Another one bites the dust ♪


Little angel Antwon was probably running to school to become an astronaut.


Are you telling me no one made a chimpout thread for this?



>running from police

dindu nuffin

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Sometimes the stories you really care about start out as mere footnotes to government business.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his office just wanted to set the record straight about how former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort came to be arrested by the FBI. Articles from the New York Times and the Washington Post were both cited in a footnote of a filing as examples of “not responsible” reporting, particularly on the claim that authorities picked Manafort’s lock.

Mueller and his prosecutors took issue with reported details that FBI agents conducted a no-knock raid and picked the lock of Manafort’s front door. In the footnote, they quote the court: “But, I do question the publication of the completely unsupported speculation that this revelation was an intentional leak by the Office of the Special Counsel. No reporter had any facts to base that on, so I’m not sure why anyone printed it. It’s not responsible.”

In other words, the leak about this didn’t come from the special counsel’s office and it didn’t happen.

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>Mueller complaining about fake news when his investigation started sure to a fake dossier

He can eat a dick but he'd probably enjoy that

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Amazon and other e-commerce stocks fell Thursday, following a closely watched U.S. Supreme Court decision saying states can collect taxes from retailers that do not have a physical presence there.

The decision in South Dakota vs. Wayfair is a victory for states who argued they were losing out on billions of dollars each year. That was due to an outdated Supreme Court decision on sales tax collection. Wayfair operates five online retail sites that sell a variety of goods for the home.

The 5-to-4 decision overturned a 1992 decision, Quill vs. North Dakota, that involved mail-order catalogs. That older case prevented states from collecting a sales tax from retailers without a physical presence in their state. This latest Supreme Court ruling said that earlier decision was obsolete in an era of explosive e-commerce.

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, who wrote the majority decision, said the previous ruling unfairly disadvantaged traditional brick-and-mortar stores.

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Samsung will reportedly ditch the iris scanner on the rumored Galaxy S10, with the manufacturer instead tipped to include an in-display fingerprint sensor and a 3D sensor on the phone. This news comes from The Bell, citing the security parts industry, which suggests Samsung has not ordered a sample iris scanner for the Galaxy S10 prototype it has in development.

The Bell reaffirmed that the device will be codenamed “Beyond” and says the size of the display for both the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus has been confirmed. The display of the Galaxy S10 is said to be 5.8 inches, while the Galaxy S10 Plus is said to be 6.3 inches.

If this is true, the standard model would be the same size as the Samsung Galaxy S9, although the Galaxy S10 Plus will be 0.1 inches larger than the Galaxy S9 Plus.

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The Washington Post, at least since its latest rebrand in February 2017, prides itself on supposedly illuminating the threats and dangers to American democracy and the nation’s values. While in the Trump era, WaPo’s reporters, columnists and editors have generally agreed that the man in the White House himself represents the most dire of threats.

Regardless of the accuracy of such a judgement, it is one a newspaper can hold and still remain honest and accurate. If that same paper has declared itself such an arbiter of the things threatening the country’s foundations, one would expect it to investigate all the controversies facing all facets of American society.

In the case of WaPo’s coverage, there exists one growing controversy that has remained conspicuously uncovered: the conditions of Amazon’s workplace.

Such conditions have been covered extensively in the mainstream press. A number of Amazon’s warehouse workforce has long complained about abusive conditions, with one reporter who went undercover as a warehouse worker for six months comparing it to a stint in prison.

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Even though President Trump hasn't yet signed as many executive orders as his predecessor, the oval office has been hard at work rescinding the Obama-era's harmful policy. Trump's latest executive order reversed a policy implemented by Obama that allows the U.S. oceans, coastlines, and Great Lakes waters to be drilled.

The executive order now allows the country to benefit from more energy production, fishing, and greater national security. An excerpt from the executive order says it is "foundational to the economy, security, global competitiveness, and well-being of the United States." The order goes on to say, "Ocean industries employ millions of Americans and support a strong national economy. Domestic energy production from Federal waters strengthens the Nation’s security and reduces reliance on imported energy."

"Goods and materials that support our economy and quality of life flow through maritime commerce. Our fisheries resources help feed the Nation and present tremendous export opportunities. Clean, healthy waters support fishing, boating, and other recreational opportunities for all Americans."

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Charles Krauthammer, a longtime Fox News contributor, Pulitzer Prize winner, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author who came to be known as the dean of conservative commentators, died Thursday. He was 68.

His death had been expected after he wrote a heartbreaking letter to colleagues, friends and viewers on June 8 that said in part “I have been uncharacteristically silent these past ten months. I had thought that silence would soon be coming to an end, but I’m afraid I must tell you now that fate has decided on a different course for me…

“Recent tests have revealed that the cancer has returned. There was no sign of it as recently as a month ago, which means it is aggressive and spreading rapidly. My doctors tell me their best estimate is that I have only a few weeks left to live. This is the final verdict. My fight is over.” The letter continued, “I leave this life with no regrets. It was a wonderful life – full and complete with the great loves and great endeavors that make it worth living.”

In recent years, Krauthammer was best known for his nightly appearance as a panelist on Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” and as a commentator on various Fox news shows.

Following the news of the death of his “good friend,” Baier posted on Twitter, “I am sure you will be owning the panel discussion in heaven as well. And we'll make sure your wise words and thoughts - your legacy - will live on here.”

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Who cares

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>Aerospace firm which employs 14,000 across Britain says it will 'reconsider its investments in the UK' if country crashes out of Europe without agreement

European aerospace firm Airbus has warned it could pull out of the UK with the loss of thousands of jobs in the event of a ”no-deal” Brexit.

The company, which employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country, said it would “reconsider its investments in the UK, and its long-term footprint in the country” if Britain crashed out of the single market and customs union without a transition agreement.



There isn't a time when businesses aren't reconsidering things. Empty threat. Not news.

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>The teens allege they were regularly taunted by staff. The detention center denies any wrongdoing

Teenage immigrants detained in a Virginia juvenile detention centre allege that they were beaten and subjected to long periods of confinement, including some instances where teens were left nude in a cold concrete cell.

The claims come from a lawsuit filed against Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Centre (SVJC), which includes a half-dozen sworn statements from Latino teens who were jailed there from anywhere between a few months to years.



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I wonder who would tell them to come with these allegations.


let me guess, they were also made into soap which other kids were forced to use?



>children claim they were beaten and kept naked in concrete cells

What the hell were they doing in Kevin Spacey's basement in the first place?


Oyyy Vey its anudda Shenandoah

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>Indictment claims Benjamin Netanyahu's wife misused more than £76,000 of public money ordering hundreds of meals to official residence

The wife of Israel’s prime minister has been charged with fraud involving the alleged misuse of state funds.

Sara Netanyahu has been indicted over claims she fraudulently ordered hundreds of meals to the prime minister’s official residence in Jerusalem, spending more than $100,000 (£76,000) of public money in the process.




I'm just gonna go for the low hanging fruit here and get it out of the way

It's funny because she's jewish



>Jew jewing jews

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