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Cop involved in the homicide of Breonna Taylor, Suing Her Boyfriend for ‘Emotional distress’

  In March of this year, Kenneth Walker was in bed  together with his  girlfriend, Breonna Taylor, when armed intruders kicked in his door and murdered Taylor  before  of him. As he begged for them  to prevent  the shooting, Walker watched Taylor grasping  forever , choking on her own blood after being  crammed with  taxpayer-funded bullets, and eventually die  within the  hallway. He was then arrested and charged with attempted murder for defending himself and faced  the thought   of paying   the remainder  of his life  in a very  cage  against the law  he  didn't  commit. Needless  to mention , anyone in their right mind would understand that Walker faced  an unlimited  amount of emotional distress over this botched raid which police have continued  to hide  up and sweep under the rug. Showing exactly how disgraceful and shameful  this technique  is, however,  rather than  apologizing to him  for enjoying   a task   within the  murder of his innocent girlfriend, a brave EMT worki

‘CommonPass’: New COVID-19 safety features Will Make fitness a Prerequisite for the journey

  Imagine standing at a TSA security checkpoint on your way home for  the vacations . You’re  preparing   to travel  through the awkward travel procedures instituted  shortly  after 9/11 when the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) was created and  aviation   within  us  morphed into  an exploration  and seizure operation with the implied possibility of your detention and interrogation. The initial outrage such expressions of implicit state violence caused  timely  eventually gave  thanks to  a begrudging acceptance. But now,  a replacement  layer of “security,”  that would  restrict freedom of movement even further, is being  extended  at several ports of entry in partnership with health technology industry leaders, academic institutions, and government health entities  in additional  than three dozen countries. A new digital certificate called CommonPass, designed to  function  a clearance mechanism for passengers  supported  a health diagnosis underwent its first transa