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Salem-News.com (Mar-25-2014 10:28)

Petitioning Gov. Phil Bryant: Stop the Execution of Michelle Byrom

The jury did not hear that Edward Jr. had twice confessed that he actually murdered his father and there was no murder-for-hire.

(VALEN NORGE) - Michelle Byrom Michelle Byrom, 57, could be executed March 27 for a crime she did not commit. She was charged with hiring her son’s friend to kill her abusive husband. It is clear now that her son killed his abusive father.

Her son confessed in letters to her and to a court-appointed psychologist that he committed the crime. Byrom’s son is free on parole, and the man she supposedly hired is free.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-24-2013 09:51)

Dr. David Bruce Allen Returns for Deposition in $551M Lawsuit, Plans Saturday Party at Blue Hole

All charges against Dr. Allen were dropped in January 2012.

(ESCATAWPA, Miss. GulfLive.com) - Dr. David Bruce Allen Dr. David Bruce Allen, the former heart surgeon who was held in prison for 14 months on drug charges that were eventually dismissed, returned to Jackson County last week and testified in a deposition connected to his $551 million federal lawsuit against Jackson County and Sheriff Mike Byrd.

"I testified about two or three hours with the (county) board attorney and my attorney Michael Crosby," Allen said Monday.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-07-2013 10:35)

Mississippi Mayoral Candidate Beaten, Set On Fire Prior To Death

McMillian’s family noted that the 34-year-old had been concerned about his safety prior to his demise.

(JACKSON, Miss Global Dispatch) - Marco McMillian, Mississippi’s first black and openly gay mayoral candidate The family of Marco McMillian, Mississippi’s first black and openly gay mayoral candidate, insists he was beaten, dragged and set on fire prior to his death.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-04-2013 09:50)

`Startling Breakthrough` - Baby With H.I.V. Cured

More than three million children globally are living with H.I.V.

(NEW YORK) - Doctor An infant with H.I.V. infection has successfully been cured according to an article today in the New York Times.

The news was reported Sunday as a "startling breakthrough" expected to bring a reduction to the number of children afflicted with H.I.V. whih has the potential to cause AIDS.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-27-2012 18:20)

Tropical Storm Isaac Closes Courthouses in Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana

Check the courts' websites for updates on re-openings.

(WASHINGTON DC) - Storm Isaac With Tropical Storm Isaac now on track to pass southwest of New Orleans early Wednesday morning, all offices of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, August 28 and 29.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-14-2012 14:27)

Going to Mississippi: If I Don`t, Who Will?

When abortion is legal, women remain healthy, and when it is not they die.

(WASHINGTON DC) - abortion protest In referring to reproductive rights, military metaphors are often used to describe the dynamics between those who support and those who would constrain women.

If abortion access is “war”, then the state of Mississippi is the frontline...

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Salem-News.com (Jan-18-2011 23:56)

Evidence Emerges that BP Gulf Disaster Not Over

New reports of fissures and oil leaks are routinely being suppressed.

(CHICAGO) - Salem-News.com Deep under the Gulf of Mexico, beyond the light, beyond the waves, beyond most humans' sight, dark death lingers.

When the BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster occurred the world's attention became riveted on the spectacle of horror and disaster that terrorized Gulf residents, sent the media into a frenzy, and galvanized environmentalists around the globe.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-06-2010 07:47)

Hurricane Katrina Survival:
The Fred Holley Story *Documentary

The process to restore all that nature swept away has been painfully slow.

(GULFPORT, Miss.) - Hurricane Katrina damage There was a night when Hurricane Katrina Survivor Fred Holley, a Vietnam Veteran, wondered if he would ever feed the seagulls along the Gulf Coast again.

I met this man one year after the tragic event, while enroute to cover the war in Afghanistan. He toured me through the devastation of his homeland.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-22-2010 00:39)

BP Gulf Oil Spill`s Walking Dead

"And I think the media now has to...tell the American people who’s getting money for poisoning the millions of people in the Gulf." - Hugh Kaufman, senior EPA analyst, admits millions have been poisoned in the Gulf states.

(CHICAGO) - NASA image of gulf oil spill A biochemical bomb went off in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010--as dangerous and destructive as a nuclear blast.

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Salem-News.com (May-10-2010 07:55)

`Ten Days Later` - Kent State... What about Jackson State`s Tragedy?

"The police fired in excess of 460 rounds of ammunition in less than a minute, leaving over 160 holes in the walls of Alexander Hall." -FBI

(SALEM, Ore.) - Mississippi police moved the crowd of around 100 to an area in front of a women's on-campus dormitory Google Kent State and hit the 'Images' button, what you mostly see, are photos of young Americans being shot down by the Ohio National Guard in 1970.

So now Google Jackson State and hit the 'images' button. You have to work to even catch a glimpse of the violence from May 14th and 15th 1970.

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