The InfoWars report, which warns that government authorities were “disappearing patients” to prevent hysteria, are based on the anecdotal claims of a single osteopath in Missouri that even reporter Paul Joseph Watson doesn’t fully trust.
Longanecker, Jr. attempted to destroy the material while the investigators were collecting it, the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office said, so he will also be charged with at least one count of obstruction of justice.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) intends to hand out the pamphlets, titled “An X-Rated Book: Sex and Obscenity in the Bible,” to protest the decision by Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) to allow outside religious groups to take part in National Religious Freedom Day.
You’d be hard pressed to find an article — outside one written by a CrossFit enthusiast — that reviews this exercise phenomenon without asking some real tough questions about its safety, effectiveness, cost, and even the philosophy behind it.
Pam Bondi’s petition to Broward County Circuit Court Judge Dale Cohen argued that 41-year-old Heather Brassner should not receive a divorce in absentia from Megan Lade because they entered a civil union in Vermont in 2002.
Kelly said that the law, signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) last year, “literally allows residents to print ballots from their home computers, then encourages them to turn ballots over to ‘collectors’ in what appears to be an effort to do away with traditional polling places.”