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February 20, 2010, 11:11 am 5 comments in the last 30 days.
The VA this week outlined which ships are now considered to have been exposed to Agent Orange during Viet Nam. A number of offshore “blue water” naval vessels conducted operations on the inland “brown water” rivers and delta areas of Vietnam.
April 27, 2014, 1:09 pm 2 comments in the last 30 days.
According to the evidence contained in a newly released documentary, presented below, the New York police and national media completely failed to present the true story of what led to a 33-year old Chinese-American banker named Alexian Lien, receiving a minor beating from motorcyclists in New York City last summer. The beating came after Lien committed a series of violent hit and run accidents that left a motorcyclist, Edwin Mieses, with a fractured spine and punctured lung... crippled for life.
FACT: Some Judges can and will commit crimes, the problem is exposing them and getting them prosecuted. When someone exposes a judge the first thing they do is attack the person who reports them. Police often side with the judge because they can’t be objective due to working under that judge. This allows unethical judges to commit crimes, abuse victims and stay immune to prosecution.
In January 2010 Salem-News.com carried an article about Kimberly Petitt, an African-American woman in Oregon who was suffering extremely objectionable treatment by Oregon officials and a care home that caused the woman to lose almost all of her worldly belongings. I produced video reports about this but our account with YouTube was politically targeted and closed down with more than 500 important videos and news reports. Sadly, to this day, I have been unable to recover the original files. Now there is a new chance to learn the story of one of Oregon's most unfortunate women...
September 22, 2007, 8:08 am 1 comments in the last 30 days.
This article is about alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver. Cirrhosis can be caused by other physiological problems and diseases, but alcoholic liver cirrhosis is a social issue that affects not only the person suffering, but also their family and friends.
January 20, 2011, 4:09 am 1 comments in the last 30 days.
As a nurse in the US Navy during the 1970's, Nancy (Neale) Brown was stationed at the Camp Lejeune Marine base in North Carolina. Nancy has enjoyed a successful life, but she is lucky; for at a young age, Nancy became a breast cancer survivor.
A bank robbery suspect was arrested today after a Salem Police officer relayed the man's possible location to Marion County deputies. They were seeking the man who robbed the Maps Credit Union located at 4001 Winema Place NE in Salem, Oregon just before 11:00 AM. The suspect was carrying an undetermined amount of U.S. currency. He has been identified as 27-year old Tyler Schilling of Salem, a resident of the Salem area.
Can you imagine being accused and convicted of a crime you did not commit, and then realizing that the only way you will ever see freedom again is if you change your 30-year old story? Welcome to the world of Oregon's most famous convicted child killer, Diane Downs.
August 12, 2010, 3:25 am 1 comments in the last 30 days.
The Ropen or ‘demon flyer‘ is a monstrous creature that’s terrified the natives of Papua New Guinea for thousands of years. Another smaller creature, the Duah, is possibly related to the Ropen; this creature haunts some of the far flung outlying islands. Now sensational eyewitness reports—collected by determined exploration teams seeking strong evidence of the creatures—have led serious researchers to the conclusion that two distinct animals exist.
September 22, 2008, 7:25 pm 1 comments in the last 30 days.
Deputies investigating the crash determined that the driver, 45-year old Maura Steele of Portland, was driving recklessly on SW TV Highway when she left the roadway. She crashed into a "don't drink and drive" sign and then a power pole. After striking the pole she traveled approximately 300 feet before stopping her car. She was not injured in the crash.