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  • Lawmakers ask Biden to issue waiver to make Covid-19 vaccination mandatory for members of military

    04/10/2021 7:18:05 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 105 replies ^ | March 24, 2021 | Ellie Kaufman
    [video at link: These soldiers were hesitant to get vaccinated. Hear what changed their minds 02:50](CNN)A group of Democratic lawmakers sent a letter to President Joe Biden requesting that he issue a "waiver of informed consent" to make getting vaccinated against Covid-19 mandatory for all US military service members.CNN obtained a copy of the letter, which was sent on Wednesday from a congressional aide.Currently the Department of Defense cannot make vaccinations mandatory because they have only been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration for emergency use. A waiver from the President could bypass that rule.SNIP The Department of Defense...
  • New York Judge Admits Sneaking Into Ex-Intern's Home to Steal 'Panties,

    09/12/2019 9:51:04 PM PDT · by ameribbean expat · 67 replies
    The Long Island judge allegedly busted breaking into a 23-year-old ex-intern and neighbor's home to steal her underwear admitted as much before his arraignment Friday, and confessed it wasn't the first time he's been in that house for "panties," according to a felony complaint. Robert Cicale, a Republican district court judge from Suffolk County, told cops he was in the house on Donna Place in East Islip Thursday and left when he heard the young woman come home, the complaint says. The woman called her mother, who then called 911, and cops found Cicale a few blocks away. "He was...
  • Dancing FBI agent gets no jail despite shooting traumatized bar patron

    12/21/2018 7:51:24 PM PST · by DUMBGRUNT · 76 replies
    NY Post ^ | 21 Dec 2018
    He pleaded not guilty in November to second-degree assault, which carries a penalty of up to 16 years in prison. Bishop, who will serve his probation in Georgia, was in Denver on FBI business and was off-duty at the time of the shooting The man who was shot, Tom Reddington, 24, spoke emotionally in court about how he lost his job at an Amazon warehouse after the shooting, his chronic pain and his concern that he may never be able to run again. “I have done months of physical therapy,” he said. “I have sought counseling. However, being in public,...