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Former Fox host: Roger Ailes used surveillance equipment to secretly watch female hosts get undressed

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Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros accused deceased former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of watching women at Fox News change clothes by placing surveillance equipment in dressing rooms.

According to Axios, the revelations come in the form of a proposed amendment to Tantaros’ sexual harassment lawsuit against the conservative network.

“Ailes had a CCTV system that allowed him to see inside Fox News offices,” the filing says, “most Fox female talent…disrobed daily.”

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The news of the CCTV system was first reported by Buzzfeed News.

Tantaros has also alleged that Ailes installed spyware on her mobile phone “that enabled [Fox] to turn on the microphone and camera of the device at will without the knowledge” of the employee.

In a statement, Fox denied Tantaros’ latest claims.

“Fox News moved for sanctions against the lawyer who filed Andrea Tantaros’ original lawsuit and he has since withdrawn. None of the four lawyers currently representing Tantaros in the action signed her new complaint, which she purports to have written herself,” the statement said. “Her outlandish claims lack any factual basis.”


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John Oliver rips Fox News’ Tucker Carlson for urging ‘order’ from people of color — but never demanding it of police

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John Oliver opened his Sunday show, shredding Fox News host Tucker Carlson for uring "order" among protesters, but refusing to urge "order" to police and "wannabe police" who can't stop killing people.

It's a lot, Oliver explained. "How these protests are a response to a legacy of police misconduct, both in Minneapolis and the nation at large and how that misconduct is, itself, built on a legacy of white supremacy that prioritizes the comfort of white Americans over the safety of people of color."

While some of it is complicated, Oliver conceded, most of it is "all too clear."

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Cars set on fire blocks from White House as DC protests turn violent

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The Washington, D.C. protests turned violent as the city approached the 11 p.m. curfew the mayor instituted Sunday afternoon.

The policy of D.C. police is that when they are attacked, they advance forward. So, when fireworks were fired, the line of officers began pushing the protesters back further from the White House. Behind the line of police officers also stand a line of National Guard troops that President Donald Trump has demanded stand watch in the city.

Lights that normally shine on the White House have also been turned off, reporters revealed.

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Cincinnati sheriff deputies replace American flag at the Justice Center with ‘thin-blue-line’ flag

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Cincinnati police were filmed replacing the American flag that hangs over the Justice Center in Ohio's third-largest city. They then replaced it with the thin-blue-line flag, that was created to advocate for law-enforcement during Black Lives Matter Protests.

During the Charlottesville, Virginia riots, right-wing and white supremacist activists carried the thin-blue-line flag along with the Confederate flag to speak out against Black Lives Matter.

While the flag may have been created in support of law enforcement, it has been adopted by white supremacists and taken on a darker meaning.

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