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Filthy fucking leftist traitors and nigger lovers.

Segregation was sanity, africa for africans, ship the niggers back!

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All news pertaining to China goes here.

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Japan releases Chinese skipper

>After the decision, Nippon TV quoted the prosecutors office as saying: "We have decided that keeping him in detention isn't worth it, considering its effect on the public and the future of Japan-China relations."

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Alexander Kalistratov, chairman of the Gorno-altaisk chapter of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, was convicted for possession of “extremist” literature, and given a two-year prison sentence. The sentence is final, and Kalistratov’s only recourse is the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) where his lawyer filed on appeal arguing that his conviction was religiously motivated.

The original charges were laid after it was determined that he possessed copies of Jehovah’s Witnesses publications like Watchtower and Awake, whose opinions, according to the court, were “extremist” even if solely religious in nature. For this reason, local experts told the Forum 18 news agency that the court convicted him for his religious beliefs.

For Attorney Viktor Zhenkov, it is surprising that it took the court just three working days to rule on the matter even if the case includes 13 volumes of evidence.

Several appeals against the sentence were launched, but Altai Republic Prosecutor Vdobavok rejected them.

For a number of years, Russian authorities have been persecuting the Jehovah’s Witnesses. For example, instead of accepting a decision by the European Court of Human Rights, which on 10 June 2010 ruled that Russia’s ban on the Witnesses was unlawful, the Russian government appealed on 9 September against the decision to the Grand Chamber of the ECHR. This will delay the enforcement of the ECHR sentence and worsen an already tense situation in Russia. Similarly, on 8 December 2009, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation ruled that the publications of the Jehovah’s Witnesses were “extremist.”

Members of the religious groups are often victims of physical violence, assaults and arbitrary arrests and their places of worship have been attacked and set on fire.’s-Witness-gets-two-years-in-prison-for-possession-of-“extremist-literature”-19529.html

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Good. Hope he rots; maybe God will save him?

Also, why does he have recourse to the ECHR if he was convicted in Russia?

So being a christian is illegal and you libs think it "owns" ?

since when do libs like putin

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A bill introduced in the US Senate on Monday would give US law enforcement authorities more tools to crack down on websites engaged in piracy of movies, television shows and music.

The Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act has received support from both parties and was introduced by Senator Patrick Leahy, a Democrat from Vermont, and Senator Orrin Hatch, a Republican from Utah.

The bill will give the Justice Department the "tools to track and shut down websites devoted to providing access to unauthorized downloads, streaming or sale of copyrighted content and counterfeit goods," Leahy's office said.

The illegal products offered by websites, many of which are based outside of the United States, range from movies, television shows and music to pharmaceuticals and consumer products, it said in a statement.

"Each year, online piracy and the sale of counterfeit goods cost American businesses billions of dollars, and result in hundreds of thousands of lost jobs," Leahy said.

"In today's global economy the Internet has become the glue of international commerce -- connecting consumers with a wide-array of products and services worldwide," Hatch said. "But it's also become a tool for online thieves to sell counterfeit and pirated goods, making hundreds of millions of dollars off of stolen American intellectual property.

"This legislation is critical to our continued fight against online piracy and counterfeiting," Hatch said.

The bill gives the Justice Department an expedited process for cracking down on websites engaged in piracy including having a court issue an order against a domain name that makes pirated goods available.
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People getting free information and music and movies allows them to enjoy themselves at little cost, meanwhile are able to spend their money on bettering themselves.

Piracy = enrichment of our population. Income is finite, distributing cultural products for free benefits everyone, except of course the pointless middle man involved in the jew media music industry, and millionaire celebrities.

Download freenet, from
Set it up as NORMAL/NORMAL/NORMAL security wise.
NEVER trust darknet.
Then get Frost, which is a java GUI client used to access the boards and messages on Freenet.
Run Frost by clicking the .bat batch file. It should start up and access Freenet. You have to have Freenet running in order to use Frost.
It is pretty fast for me, but then again, I don't touch CP with a ten foot pole. No porn is worth prison time and registering as a sex offender over.

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Yellow Geiger counter in hand, the guide announces that radiation levels are 35 times higher than normal. Welcome to Chernobyl, the site in 1986 of the worst nuclear disaster in history and now an attraction visited by thousands of tourists every year.
Nearly 25 years after a reactor at the Soviet-era plant exploded, the irradiated zone around Chernobyl is attracting curious visitors from around the world, from nuclear specialists to ordinary tourists, willing to pay 160 dollars (122 euros) a day to visit the zone.

Described by US magazine Forbes as among the "world's unique places to visit," Chernobyl last year hosted about 7,500 visitors, according to official figures.

On one recent trip, a small bus ferried tourists to the edge of the zone, forbidden to those without special permission. At the entrance, each signed a form promising to respect rules aimed at preventing contamination, including not eating or smoking outside, not touching anything and not sitting on the ground or even putting down personal belongings.

The tourists signed the form with nervous laughs. A young Belgian psychologist, Davinia Schoutteten, admitted to being "a little bit scared" of the radiation and said she planned to throw away her shoes after the visit.

She moved forward with the other tourists nonetheless, heading toward the infamous reactor, now covered in a cracked concrete shell. The Geiger counter registered radiation levels of 3.9 microsieverts, against a normal level of 0.12 microsieverts.

After taking pictures of the reactor, the tourists headed to the abandoned city of Pripyat, built only three kilometres (two miles) from the nuclear plant to house its personnel and from where 50,000 residents were evacuated the day after the catastrophe.

In the city, time was frozen. Soviet-era signs hung from buildings near a rusting fun park. Books and bits of toys sat in abandoned apartments. Hundreds of gas masks littered the floor of a school cafeteria.

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CIA set off chernobyl

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>a rusting fun park

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21-year-old branded 'animal' by tot's father after being sentenced to a minimum of 13 years
An 'animal' who killed his girlfriend's 13-month-old baby by stamping on her stomach because she was crying has been jailed for life.

Oliver Longcake, 21, was stepfather to little Alisia Salter and her half-brother Harry, four, and was trusted by the pair's mother Liane to look after them while she worked in a nearby bingo hall.

But in a moment of rage, Longcake rammed his foot into the baby's chest and later told shocked doctors at the hospital he 'couldn't cope' with her crying - admitting 'it's my fault, I stood on her, I stamped on her'.

After the hearing, Alisia's natural father Gary Miller branded his daughter's killer 'sick' and 'an animal' after Judge Jeremy Richardson QC told Longcake his murderous actions 'almost defied description'.

'Sick': Unemployed Oliver Longcake, 21, admitted killing on 13-month-old Alisia Salter while babysitting for his girlfriend who was working a shift in the bingo hall

He was jailed for life, with a minimum term of 13 years.

Jobless Longcake had been with Liane Salter for nine months and had accidentally dropped Alisia the previous night, March 21, bruising her forehead.
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>This means men who would by rights be excluded from reproduction (such as jobless losers) are suddenly on an equal footing with productive males

Cool, so I do have a chance :\


Sorry, but uggos are still doomed to die virgins.

Jesus christ UK!
13 years? That's all?

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Link to the video
• Internet footage shows Islamic holy book on fire
• Warning 'provocation' will increase risk for UK troops

A security expert warned yesterday that the alleged burning of two Qur'ans in northern England risked making Britain more of a terrorist target and endangering British troops.

Police have arrested six men over the apparent burning of the Muslim holy book behind a pub in Gateshead on the anniversary of the 11 September attacks on the US. Police refused to say whether those arrested were connected to the far right English Defence League (EDL). A witness said the pub had been the subject of police attention because some customers were alleged to have links to the EDL.

A threat by an American pastor to burn the Qur'an in the US on 11 September led to warnings from US military chiefs that such an act would endanger troops fighting in Afghanistan, and to an intervention by president Barack Obama. Eventually the pastor called off his planned burning.

A video of the Gateshead incident, posted on YouTube, shows two men with headscarves covering their faces, wearing tracksuits and trainers, and dousing what appears to be the Qur'an with petrol before setting light to it as several others look on. They utter abuse, and others are heard to shout, "This is for the boys in Afghanistan; September 11 international burn a Qur'an day", before another book is thrown onto the small fire. At one stage the burning book is kicked.

Police say that a tip-off from a member of the public alerted them to the video.

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>Police have arrested six men over the apparent burning of the Muslim holy book

How the FUCK is that illegal? Fuck you Britfagland, you used to be cool.

Not allowed for whites to offend non-whites in a leftist shithole.

Of course, when white women are groomed and pushed into sexual slavery and prostitution the liberals ignores it.

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There is a famous old Japanese saying about aki nasu or fall eggplants: "Aki nasu yome ni kuwasuna" — "Don't let the daughter-in-law eat fall eggplant."

There are two theories behind what this means. One plays on the age-old and pretty much worldwide conflict between the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.

In Japan, though it happens less often now, it is traditional for the daughter-in-law to live with her husband's family after marriage. Even with a new "wife" in the house, it would be the mother-in-law who continued to rule the household — and the kitchen would remain her domain. To the young bride, the mother-in-law could be terrifying, and in some households the younger woman would end up in a position that was little better than that of a servant. In this scenario, eggplants, which are particularly good in fall, were considered too much of a delicacy to feed to such a lowly family member.

A little less disparaging is the second theory. Since eggplants are of the nightshade family of vegetables, which are high in water content, they are supposed to have a "yin" or cooling effect on the body according to traditional Chinese medicine. Therefore, they were considered to be detrimental to the health of a young woman in her child-bearing years and particularly harmful to a pregnant woman. No eggplants for the daughter-in-law then; especially in the fall when the weather gets cooler.

Whether to protect the daughter-in-law or deprive her, the eggplant saying reminds us of the changing family dynamic in Japan. Nowadays women rely more on doctors' advice than old-wives tales when it comes to pregnancy, and daughters-in-law are likely to be a whole lot bossier than their in-laws. Many women also flat-out refuse to live with their spouse's family, even though just a generation or two ago it was expected of them (especially if the woman married an eldest son). Fall eggplants, it seems, are no longer taboo for anyone.

Great news, because eggplants are not just tasty, they're good for you too. Besides the traditional belief that eggplants have a cooling effect on the body, which could help combat the linger
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Living with parents and family is a better idea then everyone living alone, provided it's a large enough house to give people plenty of privacy.

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Terror mom Aafia Siddiqui was sentenced today to a whopping 86 years behind bars after she was convicted of trying to kill US military officers in Afghanistan.
Siddiqui, an al Qaeda sympathizer, was extradited to New York after her July 2008 arrest.
She was convicted this past February of grabbing a rifle and trying to shoot US authorities while yelling, “Death to Americans!”
"This will shock the Muslims. I love America, too," she told a judge before being sentenced in Manhattan federal court.
Siddiqui, 38, faced a maximum of life in prison.
At her trial, a federal jury cleared her only of allegations that she committed the attempted murders "with premeditation." She had been found in Afghanistan carrying plans for a "mass-casualty attack" on New York City landmarks following her arrest as a suspected suicide bomber.

Aafia Siddiqui.

The verdict capped off a dramatic, three-week trial punctuated by repeated outbursts from the petite Pakistani and a "Perry Mason" moment when her lawyers presented video evidence that two possible bullet holes found at the scene were present before the July 18, 2008, shooting.
Her conviction was widely criticized in Pakistan, where it led to a series of anti-American protests.
At today's sentencing, Siddiqui was allowed to give a long rant that highlighted the three-hour hearing.
Siddiqui was trained at MIT in the early 1990s and the feds claim she returned to her native Pakistan in 2003 after marrying an al Qaeda terrorist related to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.

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>cleared her only of allegations that she committed the attempted murders "with premeditation."
>carrying plans for a "mass-casualty attack" on New York City landmarks


one of those benefits of diversity that liberals talk about.

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After months of fulminating from afar, Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) on Thursday finally got to grill a top executive of a gold coin company whose paid endorsers include Glenn Beck, Laura Ingraham and Fred Thompson.

Weiner grew red-faced while slamming Scott Carter, executive vice president of Goldline International, for inaccurately portraying the value of the gold coins the company sells to its customers, many of whom hear about the company from its ads on Fox News and conservative talk radio shows. Several of the ads include the show hosts themselves explaining why buying from Goldline is a good investment.

Weiner released a report in May accusing the company of profiting off the fears of conservatives who worry that President Barack Obama’s administration will destroy the American economy. He and Beck have traded shots over the company’s practices, with Weiner saying Beck should be “ashamed of himself,” while Beck, on the O’Reilly Factor, challenged Weiner to call him to testify before Congress.

Santa Monica, Calif.-based Goldline girded itself for the hearing before the Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection Subcommittee, hiring a well-known Washington lobbying firm and a top communications firm. Carter said the company gives its customers enough information to make informed decisions.

That information includes a summary of a 1933 executive order that required citizens to send their gold bullion to the Federal Reserve because President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was worried that people were hoarding the precious metal and further hurting the economy. The order, which was enacted into law as the Gold Reserve Act of 1934, allowed collectors to keep coins of numismatic value.

“These are uncertain economic times,” Carter said. “Our training is that if the executive order were reenacted as it was in ‘33, that coins with collector value were excluded from confiscation.”

Weiner lambasted Carter for promoting fear of the federal government.

“The fundamental question is this: Should you be doing this? Should you be exploiting people this way? Should you be implying to people that a confiscation order is in place that hasn’t been
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That information includes a summary of a 1933 executive order that required citizens to send their gold bullion to the Federal Reserve because President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was worried that people were hoarding the precious metal and further hurting the economy. The order, which was enacted into law as the Gold Reserve Act of 1934, allowed collectors to keep coins of numismatic value.

lying leftist nonsense spotted.
First the US DEFAULTED on gold debt to foreign nations, arbitrarily marking down the value of gold vs dollar, and then made gold ownership illegal, taking it at the arbitrarily lower value.

It is not "exploiting" people to tell them to invest in the most secure investment, rare metals.
Saving money is not "hurting" the economy, only a statist ignorant leftist who thinks economies are run by "consumers" would think that.

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Officials from Värmdö municipality near Stockholm were forced to think twice recently after receiving funding request signed with a paw print.

The municipality, which encompasses a number of islands in the Stockholm archipelago, administers a fund which provides subsidies to residents who are current or former employees of the Gustavsberg porcelain factories, a major employer in the area since the mid-1800s.

Officials recently received three applications for economic support, two of which were quickly judged to fulfill the necessary requirements for a payout, the local Nacka Värmdö Posten (NVP) newspaper reports.

But the third application, signed with a paw print, gave the reviewers pause.

Taking a closer look at the document, they understood that a local four-legged friend was asking for subsidies to help cover the costs of a dog sitting service, commonly known as ‘doggie daycare’ (hunddagis).

“The application was very creative,” municipality worker Anna Nerelius told the newspaper.

“But we can’t grant money to a dog.”

While the paw-signed application was ultimately rejected, Nerelius explained that, had the dog’s owner had signed the forms, the funding request would have likely been approved.
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go to /new/ or something, damn. You'll fit right in there.

>But the third application, signed with a paw print, gave the reviewers pause.

I see what u did there.

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A jobless couple today demanded a bigger council house for their family of six children - all named after celebrities, soap characters and rappers.
Unemployed Wayne and Jenna Sandercock say it is 'outrageous' that their local authority won’t give them a bigger home for their brood.
Their latest children, born on September 5, are twins called Roni and Roxi - named after the blonde Mitchell sisters in BBC’s EastEnders.

Baby brood: Jenna and Wayne Sandercock, here with their six children, (left to right) Lil, 4, Shakur, 7, Roni, 2 weeks, Rain, 2, Roxy, 2 weeks, and Italy, 5, are demanding a larger council house
They join the couple’s oldest child, daughter Shakur, seven, named after rap star Tupac Shakur who died in 1996.
The name of their next child, Italy, five, was inspired by their favourite rap star Master P, who had a daughter with the same name.
Next came Wayne, four, who is named after American rapper Lil’ Wayne, followed by daughter Rain, two, after the daughter of American comedian Richard Pryor.
Jenna and Wayne are now demanding the local council help them move out of their current two-bed semi in Southway, Plymouth, into a bigger home.
She said: 'At the moment we are stuck in a two bedroom house. I’m not allowed a three bedroom house because the council say we will still be over-crowded.
'I have to wait until a four bedroom house becomes available. In the meantime they want to just leave us where we are.

The family currently live in a two-bed semi in Southway, Plymouth
The house is really cluttered with all the kids’ stuff. One baby needs a lot of things - bottles, toys, etc - and we have twins so it’s just a nightmare.
'At the moment the babies sleep in my room in travel cots because that’s all that will fit in there. I have to climb over my bed to get to them, it’s ridiculous.
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They are jealous about the million dollar homes the leftists give to non-working niggers!

>Four-year-old Wayne is named after American rapper Lil' Wayne (left), while eldest daughter Shakur, seven, is named after the late Tupac (right)
fucking race traitors.

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>race traitors
All the children are white


Well, they'd never have been given a two-bed house if they had more than two kids, so they've been living off the public purse for at least 7 years.

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LONDON — Six men were arrested in the U.K. on suspicion of stirring racial hatred after they posted a video on the Internet in which they appear to burn two Qurans on Sept. 11, police said Thursday.

Northumbria police said the men posted bail and were released, but they will face further court hearings about their alleged actions in the town of Gateshead in northern England, police said in a statement.

Police said two men were arrested Sept. 15 and four on Sept. 22. Police would not say how much bail was required.

The arrests follow a controversy that started when Florida pastor Terry Jones said he would burn a Quran on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

"The kind of behavior displayed in this video is not at all representative of our community as a whole," a joint statement by Northumbria Police and Gateshead Council said.

"Our community is one of mutual respect and we continue to work together with community leaders, residents and people of all faiths and beliefs to maintain good community relations," it added.

Jones's plan to burn Qurans was not illegal under U.S. law. His actions would have been protected by the First Amendment, which enables the Ku Klux Klan to burn crosses and for protesters to burn the U.S. flag .

In the U.K., the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 made "stirring up hatred against persons on religious grounds" an offence. However Northumbria Police said the men were arrested under the Public Order Act 1986, which includes stirring racial hatred as an offence.
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North and South Korea are on the brink of war, a top Russian diplomat has warned, calling for both countries to exercise restraint and sit down for talks.

In Moscow's bleakest assessment of the situation on the Korean peninsula yet, Russian deputy foreign minister Alexei Borodavkin said tensions between the two countries were running at their highest and most dangerous level in a decade.
"Tensions on the Korean Peninsula could not be any higher. The only next step is a conflict," he told foreign policy experts at a round table on the subject in Moscow.

His prediction came two months after North Korea vowed to wage "a sacred war" against South Korea and its biggest backer, the United States.
Tensions bubbled over in March after Washington and Seoul concluded that a North Korean submarine had sunk a South Korean naval vessel in the Yellow Sea. Mr Borodavkin called for the investigation into exactly who was responsible for the sinking of the vessel, the Cheonan, to be urgently closed in order to remove an obvious source of tension.
Describing the standoff between the two Koreas as a "hangover from the Cold War," Mr Borodavkin said Russia, which is one of the six countries involved in talks with North Korea over its nuclear programme, was doing all it could to try to prevent an outbreak of hostilities.
But he said responsibility for keeping peace in the volatile region was shared equally between North and South Korea. He condemned North Korea's nuclear testing programme but also criticised the way the United States and South Korea had increased their military manoeuvres in the wake of the sinking of the Cheonan.

I want to see this happen so fucking bad.


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Windsor police handed out 161 tickets during a 12-hour blitz Tuesday to drivers including a man who was doing 54 km/h over the speed limit and another who spun out his car in front of officers.

Two teams of traffic officers spread out to the east and west sides of the city with the aim of putting the brakes on aggressive driving and high speeds. Police said speed violations ranged from 20 km/h to 54km/h over the posted limits.

The highest speed they clocked was 154 km/h on EC Row. That driver, a 40-year-old Belle River man, was charged with stunt driving. Police also impounded his 2009 Ford F150 for seven days.

Other charges police laid on EC Row included misuse of plates, failure to have documents such as insurance, registration or licence and cell phone use while driving. The cell phone charge was one of 446 distracted driving charges Windsor police laid since Feb. 1.

Along McHugh Street just east of the Little River Bridge, police handed out 27 speeding tickets in one and a half hours. Since the bridge opened on McHugh near the WFCU arena in the fall of 2009, officers have written 450 speeding tickets in the area.

This is an issue of particular concern, according to police, because the area is rapidly developing with homes.

Police said many drivers use McHugh as an alternative route to travel east and west from Lauzon Road to Lesperance Road in Tecumseh, as a way of avoiding Tecumseh Road during rush hour.

Officers also impounded another Belle River man’s car after watching him spin his car around into oncoming cars.
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Azns drive them too, so it could be either group.

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WINDSOR, Ont. “You poked him. I can’t believe you poked him.”

Danielle Wigle testified she heard her friend’s boyfriend utter those words to another man after an altercation at a west-end bar on Feb, 24, 2009. That other man had been introduced to her that night as Chris. His real name, a jury heard this week, is Abdulkadir Mohamud.

Mohamud, 22, is on trial, charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Derek Osborne. The prosecution contends Mohamud was carrying a kitchen knife that night and stabbed Osborne in the heart in what was otherwise an unexpected altercation.

Wigle was with friends inside Spicoli’s bar on Sandwich Street when her friend, Natalie, arrived just before last call. Natalie’s boyfriend, Jamie Loiselle, and a man using a crutch to walk — a man introduced to her as Chris — arrived moments later.

A member of the bar’s staff approached Loiselle and his friend and asked them to leave because it was closing time, witnesses including Wigle testified.

Wigle said she followed the men outside, leaving Natalie inside to finish her beer. Natalie was exchanging words with a trio of belligerent men inside the bar.

“Anything degrading you can think of to say to a woman, they were saying it,” Wigle’s boyfriend, Joel Johnston, testified earlier in the day. Both Johnston and Wigle recall Natalie’s boyfriend, Jamie Loiselle, sticking his head through the door and telling the men to stop.

“All hell broke loose,” Johnston testified. The trio of men “ripped off” their jackets as if preparing to fight and headed for the door where Loiselle and his friends were standing outside.
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benefits of diversity

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