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Breaking the Silence – Episode 5

August 2019 update from Funker: If you would like to ask me any questions, or join our veteran community on Twitch, I stream live Mon-Fri at https://twitch.tv/Funker. You’ll find that most people in chat are veterans, and it’s a chill place to hang out for a few hours each day if you feel like connecting… Read More »

4 When Green Beret Is Sentenced To Night In Jail, Security Camera Catches Judge Going Into Cell

Subscribe Our YouTube Channel Newzmagazine.com For More When Green Beret Is Sentenced To Night In Jail, Security Camera Catches Judge Going Into Cell A North Carolina judge sentenced a Green Beret veteran to spend a night in jail. But when he remembered his own story and all he had gone through, he couldn’t just let… Read More »

Woman Shot While Stabbing Her Therapist (Katherine Brazeau) | Body Cam | United States | 20180531

Compilation of CCTV surveillance and body camera footage of the fatal Officer involved shooting of Katherine Ann Brazeau. (Ms. Panda’s Den did not edit out any parts of the video.) (A link to the complete OCDA Report can be found below.) Location: Fullerton, Orange County, California, United States Date: May 31, 2018 Orange County District… Read More »

Slave Patrol | 1669 Virginia Law decriminalised killing slaves | Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome

In 1669, Virginia Colony lawmakers decriminalised killing slaves who resisted authority, on the basis of their status as personal property. Slave patrols called patrollers, patterrollers, pattyrollers or paddy rollers, by the slaves, were organized groups of predominantly white men who monitored and enforced discipline upon black slaves in the antebellum U.S. southern states. In 1789… Read More »

Slave Patrol | 1669 Virginia Law decriminalised killing slaves | Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome

In 1669, Virginia Colony lawmakers decriminalised killing slaves who resisted authority, on the basis of their status as personal property. Slave patrols called patrollers, patterrollers, pattyrollers or paddy rollers, by the slaves, were organized groups of predominantly white men who monitored and enforced discipline upon black slaves in the antebellum U.S. southern states. In 1789… Read More »