Disabled Navy veteran's children taken away because he treats his PTSD with legal marijuana

Disabled Navy veteran Raymond Schwab moved to Colorado last year to free himself from addictions that grew out of the pharmaceuticals prescribed by the VA to treat his service-related physical and psychological injuries.

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Trump-loving bigot attempts to smear local mosque with fake ISIS website -- but fails miserably

In what was described as the inaugural sortie in a “guerrilla campaign” targeting Americans of the Islamic faith, an unidentified group of cyber-hijackers created a bogus website claiming to represent the Islamic Center of Wheaton, Illinois – one designed to validate every imaginable anti-Muslim trope and stereotype. Prior to being taken down after an injunction was issued by a US District Court, the website touted ISIS and the “myrters” [sic for “martyrs”] who carried out terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, and featured a section entitled “teaching children to be martyrs” depicting youngsters carrying assault rifles and marching under the ISIS flag.

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Hero security guard defuses hostage situation only to be fatally shot by late arriving cops

Bobby Daniels was a peace officer by trade – a private security guard employed at CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta. When he learned that his emotionally troubled 25-year-old son Bias had suffered a breakdown and was holding a fellow security guard at gunpoint in a mobile home park in Douglasville, Bobby raced to the scene. Using the skills of persuasion and patient de-escalation upon which a private peace officer must rely, Bobby persuaded his son to relinquish his handgun and place it on the hood of a car.

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