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Best troll ever?

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Yo 4chan got to be proud of this. Drakes ghost writer has been selling him drake disses. drakes whole career he has been dissing himself

Police say woman shoots self in mouth while handcuffed

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>A 19-year-old woman involved in a traffic stop committed suicide after shooting herself through the mouth while her hands were cuffed behind her back, Virginia police said.Sarah Wilson and her boyfriend were arrested during a stop in Chesapeake in July 2018 after cops allegedly found drugs in the 1996 Lexus the couple were driving. Police said they handcuffed Wilson and, while attempting to apprehend her boyfriend, 27-year-old Holden Medlin, he became combative and ran away from the scene.

>Cops then reportedly left Wilson handcuffed with her hands behind her back as they ran to catch Medlin. While unattended, police say, she was able to grab a weapon out of the Lexus, "contorted" her body and shot herself through the mouth. An internal investigation was launched after her death, which has since been concluded, though police have declined to comment on its outcome.
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Chinese Police Mocked for Using Alleged Criminal’s Childhood Photo for Wanted Poster

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Police in Zhenxiong, China’s Yunnan province recently apologized after being ridiculed online for using a 17-year-old suspected criminal’s childhood photo for a wanted poster, because they couldn’t find a more recent one.

Look at those chubby cheeks! Does this look like the face of someone who could commit gang crimes and other violent offences? Well, technically, yes. You see, the photo below is of Ji Qinghai, a dangerous alleged criminal who has been successfully avoiding police for a long time. He’s also just a pre-schooler in this picture, which makes things a bit confusing. He’s actually 17 now, but police couldn’t find any recent photos of him, so they just decided to go with one of him as an adorable kid.

The Public Security Bureau of Zhenxiong County posted the hilarious wanted notice for Ji Qinghai on its website, on March 19. The picture of a preschooler among those of hardened criminals stood out like a sore thumb, so people started sharing it on social media and ridiculing police.

On the morning of March 20th, Zhenxiong police put out a statement apologizing for the use of the suspect’s childhood photo despite him being nearly an adult now. They tried to explain that they just couldn’t find any recent photos of the suspect and thought that his facial features from when he was a preschooler could still be recognizable today.
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Liberal University Student Admissions Scam

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a man was arrested for running a fraudulent charitable organization along with about 40 of his clients.

He received about 25Mil over the last decade in return for rigging admissions processes at universities like USC, UCLA, Stanford, Georgetown and others, in order to get rich peoples kids admitted.

the admission process was rigged using many techniques. Admission officials were bribed. exam proctors were bribed. students were told to act retarded to get extra time to take exams at special locations, where the proctors would alter their exam. Athletic coached were bribed. Kids were getting their faces photoshopped onto images of pole vaulters, rowing crews, tennis players, etc to portray them as star athletes.

man responsible for this is a Californian who opened up a charitable organiztion offering college counseling services, but was actually a front for this fraudulent admissions process.
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Missouri bill would require adults aged 18-34 to own AR-15

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"The bill would establish the "McDaniel Militia Act," which would require those aged 18-34 not legally prohibited to possess a firearm to own a semi-automatic rifle that is modeled on the AR-15 design by ArmaLite, Inc."
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The United States is moving military to Europe on a large scale

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They were only given orders to move out about a week ago. The Abrams tanks, Bradley Fighting Vehicles and other equipment they will be using are being brought in from a pre-positioned location in the Netherlands.

The soldiers were welcomed at Berlin’s Tegel airport by U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell, U.S. Major General John L. Gronski and Major General Carsten Breuer from the German Military Bundeswehr.

“The purpose is really all about readiness, building readiness, and also inter-operability with our NATO allies such as Germany and Poland, two very essential allies in the NATO alliance,” said Gronski, who is a deputy commanding general for the U.S. Army National Guard.

The 1st Armored Division was based in southern Germany for decades during the Cold War and was the last American division to return back to the U.S. in 2011 as Washington decided to focus on smaller, lighter units meant to be able to react more nimbly to modern threats. Today there are some 34,000 American military personnel stationed in Germany, down from a Cold War high of more than 250,000.

Among the soldiers who arrived Thursday was Staff Sergeant Matthew Scarbrough from Amarillo, Texas.

“I was stationed here for five years, so this is kind of like my second home, I love it here,” Scarbrough told The Associated Press, adding that however, “the weather is way different from where I am from.”

Following the Russian annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014, the U.S. has again been increasing military activity in Europe concert with NATO allies. That includes stationing four multinational battalion-size battlegroups in four eastern nations of the alliance, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, led respectively by Britain, Canada, Germany and the U.S.

Final Mueller Report Delivered To AG Barr. No Further Indictments Planned

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>Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday wrapped up his nearly two-year investigation into Donald Trump and Russia and sent his report to Attorney General William Barr.

>No details of Mueller's findings have been released, but Barr said he may be able to brief congressional leaders on the report as soon as this weekend.

>"I am reviewing this report and anticipate that I may be in a position to advise you of the Special Counsel's principal conclusions as soon as this weekend," Barr wrote in a letter on Friday to a group of lawmakers on the House and Senate judiciary committees.

>Barr also concluded in his letter that Mueller's investigation — relentlessly attacked as improper and a "witch hunt" by Trump — was conducted properly. Barr noted that he was required to inform congressional leaders if Mueller had done anything "inappropriate or unwarranted."

>"There were no such instances during the Special Counsel's investigation," the attorney general said, adding that he would determine how much of the report could eventually be released to Congress and the public.

>Trump's outside lawyers, Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow, issued a statement saying, "We're pleased that the Office of Special Counsel has delivered its report to the Attorney General pursuant to the regulations. Attorney General Barr will determine the appropriate next steps."

>There will be no more indictments now that the probe is concluded, NBC News has learned.

>no more indictments
>no more indictments
>no more indictments
Can you feel the gathering collective disappointment from the left?
Are you ready for the butthurt? I sure as fuck am.

Thai Man Neglects to Put On Lucky “Buddha Armor”, Gets Hit by a Truck

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Sanom Chantaraphirom, a 58-year-old man from Thailand who had become famous for wearing an eye-catching “Buddha armor” made up of dozens of blessed Buddha amulets to enhance his luck, recently died in a tragic car accident after leaving his house without his protective garment.

Chantaraphirom, a dedicated Buddhist, first made news headlines in Thailand two years ago, when a video of him wearing one of his several Buddha armors on the streets of his native Sawaeng Ha district, in Ang Thong Province, went viral. Reporters soon got in touch with him and learned that the man, who earned a living making errands with his rickshaw, had accumulated hundreds of blessed Buddha amulets from various temples around the country and had fashioned them into a chain mail-like armor complete with a helmet. Buddha amulets are considered tools to increase the wearer’s luck in different aspects of life, and virtually every Buddhist in Thailand owns at least one, but Sanom Chantaraphirom wore dozens of them over his clothing as a sign of his dedication to Buddhism.

Blessed Buddhist amulets, also known as votive tablets, are usually offered as temples to devotees donating money or oil. They vary in size and shape and can be made out of different materials, like plaster, bone, wood, or metal. The amulets usually depict Buddha, a famous Buddhist monk or just the monk who made it, and are encased in a protective plastic casing. It is believed that they protect the wearer and enhance their luck in different aspects of life, such as marriage, wealth, health or romantic relationships.
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Newly prescribed ADHD medications may cause psychosis, study finds

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>Certain medications used to treat ADHD in teens and young adults may be more likely to cause symptoms such as paranoia, hallucinations, delusions and hearing voices, a new study suggests.
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