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76-year-old Aretha Franklin is in hospice care at her home.

Franklin's last album, "A Brand New Me," released in 2017, remixed her vintage vocals with newly recorded arrangements.

Franklin's last known performance was at a private gala for the Elton John AIDS Foundation last November.

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FCC shut Alex Jones' 'pirate flagship' radio station down in December but the streaming services were just now shut down as well...
The station owned by Walter and M Rae Nadler-Olenick, refused to pay a fine levied for having remained unlicensed since 2013. So the FCC sued them and then shut the tower in Austin down in Dec and the streaming site yesterday.

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76-year-old Aretha Franklin is in hospice care at her home.

Franklin's last album, "A Brand New Me," released in 2017, remixed her vintage vocals with newly recorded arrangements.

Franklin's last known performance was at a private gala for the Elton John AIDS Foundation last November.

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Sad to report Aretha Franklin passed away today .

One of the true greats with an amazing voice .

RIP Aretha


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‘It is taking people out’: More than 70 people overdose on K2 in a single day in New Haven
By Samantha Schmidt
August 16, 2018 at 6:02 AM
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/08/16/it-is-taking-people-out-more-than-70-people-overdose-on-k2-in-a-single-day-in-new-haven/

Hour after hour, people kept dropping. Sirens blared. There were so many overdoses — people passed out, vomiting, convulsing — that emergency workers could hardly sprint fast enough to keep up.

“Even while we were trying to return people to service, they were passing victims on the ground,” Fire Chief John Alston told reporters.

Over the course of 24 hours in New Haven, Conn., Wednesday, more than 70 people overdosed on what authorities believe to be synthetic marijuana, also known as K2 or spice. Dozens of those overdoses took place on the New Haven Green, a historic downtown park bordering the Yale University campus.

Most were treated at local hospitals, but at least five refused to be transported. By late Wednesday night there had been no deaths reported. In some cases, patients who were hospitalized later returned to the Green and had to be treated a second time, New Haven Police Officer David Hartman told WTIC. One person had to be transported three times over the course of the day, he said.


“They were having to transport faster than they might normally just to turn the cars around and get them back out,” Sandy Bogucki, New Haven’s director of emergency medical services, said in a news conference.

Police and fire officials said the K2 was potentially laced with some type of opioid. Kathryn Hawk, an emergency department physician at Yale New Haven Hospital, told the New Haven Register that the Drug Enforcement Administration confirmed the drugs contained K2 mixed with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that’s roughly 50 times as potent as heroin.

Some patients treated at the Green did not initially respond to naloxone, and needed a higher concentration of the overdose reversal drug once they arrived at hospitals, Bogucki said.

Police said they arrested a person of interest in connection with the mass overdose. New Haven Police Chief Anthony Campbell identified him only as a man who is known to police for drug violations and was found in possession of a drug believed to be K2. City officials cautioned in a news release that the arrested person is not yet confirmed as “the perpetrator sought in these cases,” but had a warrant against him for violating probation.


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Three or four years ago NZ's previous government legalised synthetic cannabis plus a number of bzp based pills for a brief length of time.

A large number of "the kids" developed almost heroin like addictions to the synthetics and began suffering some serious mental health issues, to date there has been almost forty deaths directly attributed to synthetic cannabis, which once the problems began to surface was recriminalised and driven underground.

One of the main bzp pill guys was experimenting with the recipes and got caught using an illegal chemical or two, so the government shut them all down and recriminalised all the pills.

The bzp users have returned to mdma and lsd.

Meanwhile methamphetamine is everywhere and the weed just keeps on growing.....

"the kids" don't stand a chance.....

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The media needs to stop using words like "cannabis" and "marijuana" when it comes to these synthetic drugs. The only similarity here is that the synthetics are sprayed on herbs that may visually look like cannabis to some. This is simply the delivery system. In fact the synthetic drugs are a direct result of cannabis prohibition. Remember a decade or so ago when this stuff first started appearing? it did contain chemicals that worked on similar cannabinoid receptors. These chemicals came from university research on cannabis, where they were not allowed to use the real thing. As a result a much more unknown and potentially dangerous recreational chemical was created for said research; and of course escaped the lab. The continual banning of these chemicals leads to new ones every month to skirt new laws. Prohibition at its best!


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Remains found in New Mexico desert tunnel are missing boy

https://www.kiro7.com/news/authorities-remains-at-new-mexico-compound-are-missing-boy/814547672
Updated: Aug 16, 2018 - 7:11 PM

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Forensic investigators said Thursday they identified the remains of a Georgia boy whose father is accused of abducting him and performing purification rituals on the child as he died at a remote New Mexico desert compound. The cause of the child's death remained unknown.

The body of Abdul-ghani Wahhaj (ahb-DOOL' GAH'-nee wah-HAJ') was found Aug. 6 in an underground tunnel. It was so severely decomposed that investigators could not yet determine how the severely disabled boy reported missing in December had died, New Mexico's Office of the Medical Ivestigator said in a statement.

A spokeswoman for the office said it will be examining both the body and where the remains were located to seek to determine a cause and manner of death. A prosecutor said no charges regarding the death are imminent because officials don't yet know how the boy died.

"All we have is a positive ID," Donald Gallegos, the district attorney for Taos County in northern New Mexico, said in an interview. "We'll need something else, actual cause of death, manner of death."

Authorities have said they believe Abdul-ghani died in February, when he was 3.

The boy's father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj (see-DAHJ' IBN wah-HAJ'), was among five people arrested on suspicion of child abuse at the compound near the Colorado state line, where authorities say 11 hungry children were found living in filth during a raid earlier this month. A search a few days later turned up the body in a tunnel.

Prosecutors seeking to keep Sirah Ibn Wahhaj and four members of his extended family behind bars said in court on Monday that he had been training some children at the compound to use firearms and carry out attacks on an anti-government mission that might target schools.

An FBI agent, citing interviews with two children from the compound, said Abdul-ghani died as relatives performed a ritual on the boy to cast out demonic spirits while reading from the Quran.

State District Court Judge Sarah Backus on Monday said the evidence provided by prosecutors was troubling but did not indicate any clear threat to public safety from the defendants, who have no criminal records.

She admonished prosecutors for apparently expecting her to take the defendants' Muslim faith into account in her decision.

Defense attorneys disputed accusations of neglect and said guns on the property were legally owned.

The judge's order cleared the way for the release of three defendants - two women and one man - on house arrest with ankle monitors.

But they had not been released as of Thursday amid concerns about their safety, in part stemming from threats of violence against Backus based on her order to release them.

Siraj Ibn Wahhaj will continue to be held on a warrant from Georgia that accuses him of abducting his son from the boy's mother. Defendant Jany Leveille, a native of Haiti, has been transferred to the custody of federal immigration authorities.

Gallegos said his office will appeal Backus' decision to allow the release of the three suspects.

"We gave her all the evidence we needed to and some of the evidence wasn't allowed," he said. "We'll just see what another set of eyes and ears has to say."

Von Chelet Leveille, a brother of Jany Leveille who lives in Haiti, said in an interview that he learned of Abdul-ghani's death last winter amid daily WhatsApp text and voice conversations with his sister after her arrival in New Mexico.

The boy's father previously had met with a faith healer in London and was desperate to explore new remedies for his son's health problems, stemming from a lack of oxygen and blood flow at birth, Von Chelet Leveille said.

Von Chelet Leveille also said his sister told him that Abdul-ghani died while his father was performing an alternative, meditative Islamic healing ritual called ruqya that involves reading from the Quran.

The boy's body was stored in a tunnel and washed every few days, and it showed little sign of decomposition for several months in the high-desert winter and spring, Von Chelet Leveille said from his home in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince.

That helped instill in his sister a belief that Abdul-ghani would be resurrected as Jesus - a fulfillment of the Islamic prophecy that Jesus will someday return and restore justice on earth.

"It was crazy to me," he said. "They kept saying to me, 'You're not here, you're not seeing what we're seeing.'"

Von Chelet Leveille said the firearms training at the compound was a defensive measure because the family feared people might not tolerate their view that the boy would be resurrected as a black, Muslim person.

Kelly Golightley, a defense attorney for Jany Leveille, cautioned that her client's brother comments were "from someone who wasn't there."

"I think that we really need to be careful about jumping to conclusions," she said.

Authorities say Abdul-ghani initially was reported missing last year from Jonesboro, Georgia, by his mother after Siraj Ibn Wahhaj said he was taking the child to a park and didn't return.

The mother, Hakima Ramzi, now has "some sense of closure in this matter," said her lawyer, M. Khurram Baig.

He said she will cooperate with authorities in their investigation of the death if asked and that her "attention will now turn toward giving her son a proper burial in accordance with Islamic traditions."

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Judge receives death threats after granting bail to Muslim compound members
Judge Sarah Backus closes court and courthouse is placed on lockdown after she receives hundreds of death threats

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/new-mexico-compound-muslim-judge-sarah-backus-training-school-shootings-imam-siraj-ibn-wahhaj-a8493181.html
Chris Riotta New York @chrisriotta 2 days ago

The judge overseeing a controversial case involving a Muslim compound in New Mexico has been forced to close her courtroom after receiving hundreds of death threats.

Judge Sarah Backus was referred to as an "Islamic terrorist sympathiser" by critics after granting bail to five people accused of training children to carry out school shootings at the makeshift, high-desert compound police raided earlier this month.

Authorities found 11 children in need of food and water inside of the filthy complex, which lacked plumbing and included a shooting range with loaded weapons.

The body of a toddler was also found buried at the site days later.

The five accused have pleased not guilty to the charges against them.

While the accusations were "troubling and unusual,” the judge said prosecutors failed to provide evidence of child abuse or threats to society. The five defendants were then granted $20,000 bail each and ordered to comply with specific restrictions, which include wearing GPS ankle bracelets and not being permitted back to the compound.

The ruling sparked outcry online, as people called and threatened violence against Ms Backus. The courthouse was then placed on lock down after threats were made to all staff.

Her decision to grant bail also triggered a response online after being reported by Fox News, with critics slamming the decision and calling the judge "a danger to the community”.

Susana Martinez, the state’s Republican governor, also rebuked the judge's decision to grant bail for the five defendants.

"The dangerous accused criminals in the Taos compound case should never have been released on bail," she said in a statement.

Prosecutors allegee two teenage children living inside the compound received training from the defendants — described by police as "Muslim extremists" — in conducting mass shootings.
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Amalia compound destroyed after raid

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August 15, 2018 05:29 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The remote compound in Amalia, New Mexico, where five adults and 11 children were found after a raid by law enforcement earlier this month has been razed to the ground.

Property owner Jason Bader said there was a court order allowing the seizure of a stolen trailer that made up part of the compound.

The compound – where authorities found the remains of a still-unidentified child in a post-raid search – had stood vacant since being raided by Taos County deputies on August 3.

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https://www.kob.com/new-mexico-news/amalia-compound-destroyed-after-raid/5032216/
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Amazon could be working on a DVR box to record live TV
And it might be called Frank

https://www.techradar.com/news/amazon-could-be-working-on-a-dvr-box-to-record-live-tv

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The Apple Store in Amsterdam has been evacuated after an explosion.


The exploded item was an iPad.

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The Apple Store in Amsterdam has been evacuated after an explosion.


The exploded item was an iPad.

Yet another reason to avoid Apple products! :mrgreen:


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To raise money for cancer research, Olympic marathon swimmer gold medalist and cancer survivor Maarten van der Weijden decided to swim the Elfstedentocht, a 200km route past 11 towns in Friesland. (by comparison: the longest distance ever swum is 225km). The idea was people could buy tickets to swim with him, but the authorities forbade this days before the start since the water was contaminated with e-coli.

Van der Weijden started swimming last Saturday. This morning he had to give in due to sickness, after a distance of 163 km.

Pics:
http://www.omroepbrabant.nl/?news/28153 ... in+11+foto’s+de+monsterlijke+zwemtocht+van+Maarten+van+der+Weijden.aspx

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Archaeologists explore a rural field in Kansas, and a lost city emerges

http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-kansas-lost-city-20180819-htmlstory.html

By David Kelly
Aug 19, 2018 | 4:00 AM

Of all the places to discover a lost city, this pleasing little community seems an unlikely candidate.

There are no vine-covered temples or impenetrable jungles here — just an old-fashioned downtown, a drug store that serves up root beer floats and rambling houses along shady brick lanes.

Yet there’s always been something — something just below the surface.

Locals have long scoured fields and river banks for arrowheads and bits of pottery, amassing huge collections. Then there were those murky tales of a sprawling city on the Great Plains and a chief who drank from a goblet of gold.

A few years ago, Donald Blakeslee, an anthropologist and archaeology professor at Wichita State University, began piecing things together. And what he’s found has spurred a rethinking of traditional views on the early settlement of the Midwest, while potentially filling a major gap in American history.

Using freshly translated documents written by the Spanish conquistadors more than 400 years ago and an array of high-tech equipment, Blakeslee located what he believes to be the lost city of Etzanoa, home to perhaps 20,000 people between 1450 and 1700.

They lived in thatched, beehive-shaped houses that ran for at least five miles along the bluffs and banks of the Walnut and Arkansas rivers. Blakeslee says the site is the second-largest ancient settlement in the country after Cahokia in Illinois.


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Authorities not commenting on razing of Amalia compound
https://www.taosnews.com/stories/authorities-quiet-on-razing-of-amalia-compound,51184

Posted Monday, August 20, 2018 3:30 pm
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A makeshift compound in Northern New Mexico where five adults were arrested, 11 children were taken into protective custody and the body of a missing toddler was recovered earlier this month was razed to a pile of rubble last week, according to property owner Jason Badger, but authorities have not yet explained why.

After a bulldozer operator destroyed the dwelling where the group had lived in squalor since early this year, Badger said he and his wife began taking time off from work to clean up the mess. The compound sparked a media frenzy over the past two weeks, causing a major interruption in their otherwise quiet lives in the northernmost reaches of Taos County.

"There's really nothing to take pics of any more," Badger said Friday (Aug. 17). "We're starting to clean up now and have little time off work to get it done. We had to take vacation time to clean up."

Badger is relieved that things are finally beginning to settle down, but the destruction of the compound has also raised questions for the surrounding community: Who ordered the dwelling be destroyed and why?

The question has been submitted to Badger, as well as the handful of agencies now involved in child abuse cases filed against each of the five adults arrested at the residence early this month. Allegations described at a pretrial detention hearing this week suggested the adults were also training the children to carry out armed attacks, but associated charges have not yet been filed.

A "stop order" was issued Aug. 7 for the property where the compound was located, bearing the signature of a Taos County building official. The order cited "unsafe structures, rubbish, abandoned materials" and "building without a permit." It indicated that construction on the property had been performed in violation of a Taos County Solid Waste ordinance and without a land use permit.

On Friday, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe was the first to respond to inquiries about the destruction of the compound, but deferred to the 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office. Hogrefe said "questions of a legal nature" were best answered by the DA.

But District Attorney Donald Gallegos also referred The Taos News to another party - to Badger, who as of press time Monday (Aug. 20), hadn't responded either.


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Archaeologists explore a rural field in Kansas, and a lost city emerges

http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-kansas-lost-city-20180819-htmlstory.html

By David Kelly
Aug 19, 2018 | 4:00 AM

Of all the places to discover a lost city, this pleasing little community seems an unlikely candidate.

There are no vine-covered temples or impenetrable jungles here — just an old-fashioned downtown, a drug store that serves up root beer floats and rambling houses along shady brick lanes.

Yet there’s always been something — something just below the surface.

Locals have long scoured fields and river banks for arrowheads and bits of pottery, amassing huge collections. Then there were those murky tales of a sprawling city on the Great Plains and a chief who drank from a goblet of gold.

A few years ago, Donald Blakeslee, an anthropologist and archaeology professor at Wichita State University, began piecing things together. And what he’s found has spurred a rethinking of traditional views on the early settlement of the Midwest, while potentially filling a major gap in American history.

Using freshly translated documents written by the Spanish conquistadors more than 400 years ago and an array of high-tech equipment, Blakeslee located what he believes to be the lost city of Etzanoa, home to perhaps 20,000 people between 1450 and 1700.

They lived in thatched, beehive-shaped houses that ran for at least five miles along the bluffs and banks of the Walnut and Arkansas rivers. Blakeslee says the site is the second-largest ancient settlement in the country after Cahokia in Illinois.


Kansas kansas kansas.

It is written -It can't happen here or in an A minor :mrgreen:


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Judge Ellis said he will grant til Aug 29 for jury to resolve 10 mistrials - this case will continue ...

Then Manafort has another court case as well...

Michael Cohen has pled guilty to acting at the direction of Drumpf to commit federal crimes...

Rep Duncan Hunter CA- R indicted for misuse of campaign funds... he was the second politician to endorse Drumpf in 2016...

Every news source but FOX seems to be loudly proclaiming this at this time...

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Every news source but FOX seems to be loudly proclaiming this at this time...


You don't watch FOX NEWS. So you wouldn't know whether or not that was true, which it isn't.


In other news, Mollie Tibbett's killer was an illegal alien. Big. Surprise. Now, are any liberal media stations reporting that part of the story? And wtf would the Democraps still consider Open Border policies?!

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In other news, Mollie Tibbett's killer was an illegal alien. Big. Surprise. Now, are any liberal media stations reporting that part of the story?


You don't watch liberal media. So you wouldn't know whether or not that was true, which it isn't.
(If you did, you'd know better) :wink:

...Rivera, who's an undocumented immigrant, told them Monday that he saw and pursued her, getting out of his car and running beside Tibbetts. She warned him she would call police, officials told reporters Tuesday...

https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/21/us/mollie-tibbetts-missing-iowa-student/index.html


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I don't have to watch FOX as others I trust do it for me. Nice of them.

and cory1984, I thank you for getting things right (and honors to you, you always seem to) but,

talking at Disco Boy about politics and finance/economics is much like trying to play chess with a pigeon - he thinks you're trying to feed him, knocks all the pieces off, won't learn the rules of the game, and ends up crapping all over the board.
Just a friendly word of caution.


Do what you want to do and,
Thank You for all you do!
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I secretly feed Donald Pigeon Pie :smoke:


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Thanks for the tips and support, punk. It's quite sad how the far right media is using this poor girl's death as a political smoke screen.


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