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Thirteen Camp Pendleton-based Marines detained in a human smuggling probe in July are facing a variety of related charges under military law, the 1st Marine Division said Friday.
All 13 were charged under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the law governing the conduct of service members. Their charges include failure to obey orders, drunkenness, endangerment, larceny and perjury.
In 2016, while President Obama was refusing to provide aid to Ukraine, the Obama Admin reportedly pressured the Ukrainian government to drop a corruption investigation into a group co-funded by the Obama Admin and Democrat mega-donor George Soros
New York Times reporter Ken Vogel on the Biden Ukraine investigation: “There is a story here. We’ve told some of it. There is more to be told.”
'More to be told': New York Times reporter says Ukraine story a 'significant liability' for Joe Biden
>Afterward, make your way to your second snorkel stop — Little St James Island — where curious fish dart back and forth in the clear blue water, and colorful coral formations nestle next to amazing underwater formations.
Aug 10 2018 15:15:38 (EST)
[Fish]ing is fun.
These people are stupid.
originally posted by: Creep Thumper
originally posted by: kwakakev
a reply to: dashen
And the republicans were in on it too
You will quite likely also find the people pushing for harsher drug laws also in on it. There is profit in the privatized prison population for some. Why have fair and reasonable drug prices when you can exploit the addictive nature of it and help out the shareholders? When you live by a code to maximize profits that is what happens.
It is a really weird and confusing set of rules going on. Ones that never get talked about and business as usual.
Private prisons profit by failing to provide proper levels of care and custody. Privatization of prisons means that the incarcerated are treated terribly all the way around.
Government-run prisons ensure that inmates receive the proper level of care and custody. They are held accountable by the public.
I'm not saying the latter is that superior, in fact, just barely, but better than the former. My state ended contracts with private entities after investigating the conditions at those private facilities. Appalling.
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: crankyoldman
Alien disclosure is getting weird and scary