MediatakeOut.com gives us a glimpse of what goes on in the day and life of a New Mexico State Trooper on duty. Check out the girls Chihuahua watching the session....
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At least 5,500 prisoners, mental patients, soldiers and children were drafted into the experiments, including at least 1,300 who were exposed to the sexually transmitted diseases syphilis, gonorrhea and chancroid, the commission reported. At least 83 subjects died, although the commission could not determine how many of the deaths were directly caused by the experiments, they said.
“This is a dark chapter in our history. It is important to shine the light of day on it. We owe it to the people of Guatemala who were experimented on, and we owe it to ourselves to recognize what a dark chapter it was,” said Amy Gutmann of the University of Pennsylvania, the commission’s chairwoman.
The revelations came on the opening day of a two-day hearing the commission convened to review the findings of its investigation. President Obama ordered the probe when the experiments were revealed in October. Investigators reviewed more than 125,000 documents from public and private archives around the country and conducted a fact-finding trip to the Central American nation.
In one case described during Monday’s two-hour hearing, a woman who was infected with syphilis was clearly dying from the disease. Instead of treating her, the researchers poured gonorrhea-infected pus into her eyes and other orifices and infected her again with syphilis. She died six months later.
An adult film performer has tested HIV positive, prompting a temporary shutdown Monday of adult film productions across Los Angeles until further testing can confirm the results, an industry trade group said.
“Until we know for sure, we’ve asked the industry to have a moratorium on production,” said Diane Duke, executive director of the Free Speech Coalition, a Canoga Park-based porn industry trade group.
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Starting senior quarterback Jordan Jefferson and linebacker Josh Johns both turned themselves into Baton Rouge police today, shortly after warrants were issued for both. The two will be be charged with second-degree battery, which is a felony charge for their part in a fight at Shady's bar near campus Aug. 17 in which four people were injured. After the warrants were issued, LSU issued a statement, announcing both have been suspended indefinitely. We hope justice prevails and that the truth comes to light....
Today's hottest new Hip Hop artist Soope is on the rise. He is slated to be the next artist to explode on the music scene. The day to day struggle in the Midwest has given birth so some of the most influential and trend setting leaders in music since “The Jackson 5”. With national exposure in some of the hottest hip hop magazines such as Source, Vibe, XXL, Murder Dog and Ozone magazine with the Grind Family. Soope also travels and perform in the hottest night clubs Chicago (Excalibur) Indianapolis (car show) LA California (House of Blues) to name a few….. Soope is that next voice and movement.
Apple said Jobs submitted his resignation to the board of directors on Wednesday and "strongly recommended" that the board name Mr. Cook as his successor. Jobs, 56 years old, has been elected chairman of the board and Mr. Cook will join the board, effective immediately, the company said.
The "Billion Dollar" question is.... Will Cook keep the ship on course? Apple's shares slid 5.13% to $355.70 in after-hours trading, after closing at $376.18, up $2.58, at 4 p.m. on the Nasdaq Stock Market Wednesday.
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