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California doctor pleads guilty to looting Native American artifacts from public lands

Artefact hunting in te US can also have high penalties ( Louis Sahagun, 'Mono County doctor pleads guilty to looting Native American artifacts from public lands' LA Times, 15th August 2016). A Mono County doctor pleaded guilty Monday...Show More Summary

'Donald Duck' Unmasked: Mystery Cop Who Helped Arrest Reporters For Standing Still Revealed

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

ST. LOUIS ? A St. Louis County police officer who helped wrongfully arrest two journalists during the August 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri, also refused to give his name when detaining them, according to investigative reports obtained by The Huffington Post. Show More Summary

17 Homes In 5 Years! The Turbulent Lives Of Meghan Edmonds’ Stepkids EXPOSED

Could Jim and Meghan King Edmonds‘ stepkids have the toughest lives of any RHOC stars? She’s admitted that Landon and Sutton frequently travel between St. Louis, Mo. and Orange County,… READ ON

ACTIVISM IS NOT GOVERNANCE: The Second Anniversary: "Justice For Mike Brown Or Revenge Through Progressive Black Voting March" Agrees To March Through Ferguson But Avoids "The City Of St Louis Proper" Because It Is Not Safe For People Of Any Color - Espec


Boyfriends From Hell: Vincent Jones Jr is charged with the beating death of his girlfriend’s 21-month-old son, John Wilbourne

John Wilbourne Family members mourn death of toddler Suspect arrested, charged with murder following death of 21-month-old Man charged in death of toddler in north St. Louis County Toddler dies from injuries to head and torso; St. Louis County police investigating Vincent Jones Jr

Fraud And Hokum's Journal: In The Wake Of A Record Pace In St Louis County Murders And A Public Defender's Office Which Says It Is Over-Burdened And Under Resourced, Missouri Governor Punts The Criticism Saying, "Multi-Millionaire Michael Jordan Should Re

St Louis County's Surge In 2016 Is STILL SMALLER Than The "Exsanguination" That Is Staining The Streets Of St Louis City Proper All Lives MatterSome Lives MATTER MORE When The Scene Of Their Homicide Can Be CONTAINERIZED For Use T Advance...Show More Summary

St. Louis Metro Launches New MetroBus Stop Adoption Program

St. Louis Metro has invited businesses, not-for-profit organizations, community groups, neighborhoods, families and individuals to adopt MetroBus stops in the City of St. Louis and in St. Louis County in Missouri, and in St. Clair County in Illinois.

St. Louis County elects first black head prosecutor

Exciting news out of St. Louis County last night where Kimberly Gardner, a registered nurse and former state representative, beat three candidates in the Democratic primary for county circuit attorney. Gardner walked away with almost...Show More Summary

Deranged Black Lives Matter Supporter Shot Dead After Breaking Into St. Louis Police Officer's Home

In one of the more bizarre stories to emerge from the last few days of rage, St. Louis Post Dispatch reports that a former Affton High School football standout forced his way into a South County home and was shot and killed by an off-duty...Show More Summary

Off-Duty Mo. Officer Fatally Shoots Man who Threw Concrete Planter into Home Following Dispute over Black Lives Matter, Family Says 

The family of a man who was shot and killed by an off-duty St. Louis County police officer said that the altercation followed an argument on Facebook about Black Lives Matter, the Chicago Tribune reports. The officer, who has not been identified, shot 20-year-old Tyler Gebhard after the young man threw a 50-pound concrete planter […]

Monday morning feel good stories

Chief Tango sends us first story this morning from Lakeshire, Missouri, where 20 year-old Tyler Gebhard had been sending threatening messages on Facebook to the family of a St. Louis county police officer. Last week, Gebhard decided to make good on his threats while the officer was home and off-duty. He smashed through a glass […]

Cop Shoots Home Invader After Black Lives Matter Dispute Online

A St. Louis County man ended up dead after he tried to follow up a Facebook argument about Black Lives Matter with real-life violence, police say. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says an off-duty officer shot 20-year-old Tyler Gebhard dead after he threw a 50-pound concrete planter through...

Mo. cop kills Black Lives Matter supporter over Facebook argument

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

An off-duty St. Louis county police officer fatally shot a home intruder he argued with about Black Lives Matter on Facebook.

POLICE OFFICER SHOT in St. Louis County in CRITICAL CONDITION – Shot During Traffic Stop

A Police Officer was shot today in Ballwin, Missouri outside of St. Louis. The officer was shot in the neck... The post POLICE OFFICER SHOT in St. Louis County in CRITICAL CONDITION – Shot During Traffic Stop appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

MO: County to Study Three MetroLink Expansions, but Not North-South Route

June 24--St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger said Thursday he will seek $3 million to study three new MetroLink routes, but not the north-south expansion, which St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says is key to redeveloping north St. Louis.

Stenger Refuses to Endorse North-South MetroLink Route, Says County Was Kept in the Dark

June 21--St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay has made clear his support for a north-south MetroLink expansion, saying it's a top priority in his final year in office. But a recent push for money to plan such a route has met with strong resistance from

Wylee Louis Pritchett, 20

Wylee Louis Pritchett, a 20-year-old white male, died Thursday, June 9, after being shot in Long Beach, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.

Dozens Of Ferguson Protesters Were Charged Under A Bad Law. Now They Could Be Arrested Again.

ST. LOUIS -- Officials in St. Louis County have issued warrants for the arrest of at least 47 individuals charged in connection with the August 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri, a Huffington Post review of court records has found....Show More Summary

Recent Victories Against Police Officers Show They Can’t Oppress People Anymore

This week, the press can celebrate a small victory as charges which were initially brought against two reporters for The Washington Post and The Huffington Post by Missouri’s St. Louis County, during the Ferguson protests in 2014 were dropped. Show More Summary

Missouri County Drops Charges Against Reporters Covering Ferguson Protests

St. Louis County in the US state of Missouri decided to drop the charges filed against reporters who were arrested while covering Ferguson protests.

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