Derek Chauvin trial defense rests after lawyers smear George Floyd with false overdose cause of death theory

I'd like to understand how 3 different types of hard drugs in someone's body is necessary for nbcnews to get to the point where they would consider it substance abuse and the resulting overdose.

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A woman's death, shortly after she got the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, now is under federal review.

let's be honest there, the investigation is only going to be a guessing game with basic facts collated and a typical response of "no known causality". To be able to determine a causal link, they'll need a lot more bodies lying in the morgue.

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Scientific American announced it would replace the term "climate change" to "climate emergency." The magazine has joined the growing list of news outlets who…

Getting in touch with foreign countries and speaking multiple foreign languages, I find it amazing how language shapes thoughts more than the thoughts themselves. It seems that not enough people understand the power of language.

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There had been concerns that large numbers would have to self-isolate after a false positive result.

the BBC spews another circular argument: a test with a false positive rate of 15% (estimated, never validated) indicates that another test has a false positive rate of 18% (estimated, never validated)... seems the BBC authors are not good at maths.


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the BBC spews another circular argument.

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the BBC spews another circular argument.

"All secondary school pupils in England have been asked to carry out two tests a week since schools reopened."

They haven't been asked, they have been offered, many parents have refused. And

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At "White Lives Matter" rallies held in cities across the country last Sunday, turnout was very low, but experts who track extremist movements online warn that this doesn't necessarily mean white supremacists are losing ground. Having just a few people show up could have been the strategy all along, Peter Levi, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Orange County and Long Beach, told the Los Angeles Times. When a handful of supporters face off against vocal counterprotesters, this "feeds into the agenda that white men no longer have constitutional rights," Levi said. "They try to assemble, and they can't assemble. They try to have free speech, and they can't." Before the Sunday rally in Huntington Beach, California, some organizations tried to dissuade counterprotesters from going to the event, saying they would play right into the white supremacists' hands. "They use this for lawsuits," Black Lives Matter Los Angeles co-founder Melina Abdullah told the Times. "They use this for PR. They use this for media attention, and it's hugely problematic. We don't want to buy into their narrative; we don't want to feed their narrative." It's also possible the low turnout wasn't strategic, and was aided by a lack of leadership. The "White Lives Matter" rallies were first promoted on Telegram in March, but no one stepped forward as a central organizer, the Times reports. Huntington Beach Police Department spokesman Lt. Brian Smith told the newspaper officers tried to reach organizers to remind them of laws and municipal codes ahead of the rally, but they were never able to track down anyone behind the event. Many white supremacist groups are using hot topics like immigration and police brutality to get their followers riled up and attract new members, experts who monitor these groups told the Times, and this could lead to lone-wolf attacks. "Don't think the extremists are out of commission — they've just realigned in ways that are disturbing," Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino, told the Times. "Now we're seeing a leaner, meaner, and less publicly brazen type of extremism taking place." Read more at the Los Angeles Times. More stories from theweek.comBiden bungles the politics of refugees5 colossally funny cartoons about Biden's infrastructure planBiden reverses on pledge to increase refugee cap from Trump's historic low

love how the article spews theories which are structured exactly like conspiracy theories...

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Bernie Madoff, the Wall Street financier behind a vast Ponzi scheme that defrauded thousands of investors and stole billions of dollars, died in prison at 82.

the largest ponzi scheme in history is still the federal reserve...

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'Vaccination alone is no guarantee that you can open up,' health minister Greg Hunt said on Tuesday. 'If the whole country were vaccinated, you couldn't just open the borders.'

here we go now, "zero covid" aka imprisoned population.

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The government is considering how people could prove they are unlikely to transmit Covid.

I think the nazis introduced the ID card back in the days, this goes well beyond their "dreams"... fuck them

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People are urged to be considerate when non-essential retail rules ease in England and Wales on Monday.

kapos deserve no respect.

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Former Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale is assisting Caitlyn Jenner as she mulls a potential challenge to California Gov. Gavin Newsom in this year's recall, a source familiar with the matter tells The Post.

As long as she doesn't sing, I don't care about what she does with whom.

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