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60 Docs, Nurses Indicted in Largest Opioid Bust in History

Indictments were unsealed in federal court in Cincinnati yesterday that revealed what law enforcement officials are calling “single largest prescription opioid law enforcement operation in history.” The indictments accuse 60 people, including 31 doctors, seven pharmacists and eight nurses, of involvement in the schemes, which included prescribing opioids for gratuitous medical procedures like unnecessary tooth

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What the Julian Assange Arrest Means to All of Us

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is finally under arrest.  That’s not good news for those of us who love freedom. Assange is accused of conspiring to hack into computers in connection with WikiLeaks’s release of classified documents from former Army private and intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. The indictment filed under seal last year in Virginia and released Thursday

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California Governor Criticized for Death Penalty Moratorium

Well, that didn’t take long.  Newly-elected Governor Gavin Newsom’s honeymoon appears to be over, at least with the families of murder victims.  Newsom signed legislation last week that would effectively put a moratorium on the death penalty in the Golden State.  It is seen as largely a symbolic move as California has not executed an

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Polygraph Tests

Commonly called a “lie detector”, the polygraph machine actually measure certain physiological factors such as blood pressure, respiration, and pulse rate.  The work on the premise that if you’re lying you’re going to be nervous and exhibit the physical signs of it such as a more rapid heart rate, increased respiration, and a rise in

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One New England State Wants to Make it a Crime for a Teacher to Have Sex with a Student

Rhode Island.  Yes, that’s right, it’s not criminal right now for a teacher to have sex with a student as long as the student is at least 16-years-old.  Now, there’s a bill in the state legislature that would make it a crime for any teacher to have sex with any student at any time.  Believe

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Mother of 1-Year-Old Killed in Car Crash Gets Prison and She Wasn’t Driving

Brittany Stephens, a passenger in the vehicle hit by a speeding off-duty cop, has been sentenced to prison for negligent homicide.  Stephens 1-year-old was killed in the crash.  The cop was driving 94 mph, 44 mph above the speed limit.  He was also charged with negligent homicide.  Christopher Manuel, already released on a $15,000 bond,

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