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  1. Mar 2016
    1. Paired with official government mortality data, this new finding indicates that about one in every 65 deaths of a young African American man in the US is a killing by police.

      every 65 deaths of a african american man is killed or hurt by a police officer

    1. The use of police body cameras, like those used in Seattle, is spreading to keep officers honest about using force against citizens. But how and when the public gets to see the footage is up for debate.

      this is a great example why when outsider record they dont want listen but with the police camera they have in settle it up for a debate

    2. It's not that simple. While the recordings may help get to the truth of an incident with police, they also record distraught victims, grieving family members, people suffering from mental illness and citizens exercising their rights to free speech and civil disobedience. Cameras may solve one problem but create others.

      even tho the camera wont always service justice it will give people a new outlook on these officers andshow what the are really doing

    1. In 74 percent of all fatal police shootings, the individuals had already fired shots, brandished a gun or attacked a person with a weapon or their bare hands, according to an analysis of actions immediately preceding the shootings, which draws on reports from law enforcement agencies and local media coverage. These 595 cases include fatal shootings that followed a wide range of violent crimes, including shootouts, stabbings, hostage situations, carjackings and assaults.” (function() { var rcel = document.createElement("script"); rcel.id = 'rc_' + Math.floor(Math.random() * 1000); rcel.type = 'text/javascript'; rcel.src = "http://trends.revcontent.com/serve.js.php?w=26&t="+rcel.id+"&c="+(new Date()).getTime()+"&width="+(window.outerWidth || document.documentElement.clientWidth); rcel.async = true; var rcds = document.getElementById("rcjsload_f58fc4"); rcds.appendChild(rcel); })();

      595 cases have all in common are fatal and severe behavior happening to them

    1. Cops Have Killed Every 8 Hours in 2015, Sending At Least Three People to Early Graves Per Day

      the title is telling you how many people actually are dying in a 8 hour time frame

    1. The percentage of those people who were women: 4.6%,

      4.6% are women who are getting killed

    2. 9. The number of Latino people killed by police in 2015: 67, according the Guardian. 

      minority people are getting killed not just african american people !

    3. The number of people killed by police in 2014: 1,149, according to Mapping Police Violence, a research collaborative collecting data on police killings nationwide.

      1149 people !

    4. . The number of people killed by police so far in 2015: 470, according to the Guardian.

      470 people

    1. His lack of remorse is not just maddening, but points to a problem that is much bigger than Ferguson:

      this is a prime example i am talking about this officer toke a brother a dad a friend etc and he isnt even sorry he did it because he know he about to be free this is #terrible !

    2. 1. Darren Wilson was trained to kill and did. It was shocking that a local grand jury did not indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown.

      this s evidence that he was willing to kill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    3. here are specific and surprising reasons why the rage over Ferguson isn’t going away. In the St. Louis suburb and across America, blacks and other people of color still face embedded racism and second-class treatment. Political leaders have not brought change; they have failed to curb excessive policing and incarceration rates or create economic opportunities and hope people can believe in.

      racsim still plays a big part in our world or world portrays trying to be diverse but in reality we are surrounded in a white nation only

    4. Yet on the ground in Ferguson, where the white policeman who shot an unarmed black man was exonerated by a local grand jury and went on national television and said he would do the same thing again, Obama’s words stung. 

      this problem has went viral and because theyre white no one has done anything this is ridiculous justice isn't never severed right when it an African american involved or white a caisson person did the crime

    1. The second most common cause of death found in the study were Tasers

      cops are using weapons like its nothing

    2. Shooting was the most common cause of police-related death, at 680. Of the 161 unarmed individuals, 71 were shot by police.

      this common death is that shooting these cops are shooting unarmed people

    3. eople were killed by police at all ages and in every state except Rhode Island, South Dakota and Vermont, three of the country’s least populated states. Certain cities stand out as more dangerous than others: The most police by killings occurred in Los Angeles (14 dead), Houston (11), Phoenix (9), New York (7) and Oklahoma City (7).

      are children aren't even safe!

    4. The data was compiled by The Guardian for a project called “The Counted,” a continuously updated,

      this is not a project they're counting people like this isn't a situation and nobody saying anything nor protesting only thing that happening is that a article is written

    5. MINNEAPOLIS — So far in 2015, U.S. police killed 776 people, 161 of whom were completely unarmed at the time of their death.

      why arent people protesting this 776 PEOPLE WERE KILLED BY THE US.S POLICE KILLED 161 were UNARMED

    1. Timothy Thomas was tragically shot and killed by a Cincinnati police officer, who followed the young man down a dark alley and opened fire because he thought Thomas had a gun.

      They're to many people who have stories like this

    2. hile in police custody at Port Elizabeth, Biko was interrogated for a grueling 22 hours, which included torture and beatings that caused him to fall into a coma.

      i believe people do not see the background and the things the victims go through on thing they can do is tell there story andthats not fair they need justice

    3. In 2004, 26-year-old Frank Jude was viciously beaten by several off-duty Milwaukee police officers as he was leaving a party

      this brutal attack was unnecessary

    4. The officers were either fired or suspended for their involvement, but many of the charges against them were cleared.

      see this is a perfect example showing there arent really consequences why are they only getting fired this should have been a lawsuit

    1. Unidentified, Los Angeles, CA: Officers opened fire on a man in fear they were under attack, after someone threw a beer bottle at the back window of their vehicle. The officers exited the car and fatally shot the man they believed threw the bottle.

      cops will use this as an excuse to state they were attack with the beer bottle , ok that can be used as a weapon but they can actually just get out the are and arrest them the bottle was already thrown

    2. But Jones’ family says he never fired his gun and had no way of knowing the man approaching him in the dark was a police officer. In fact, Jones was still on the phone with roadside assistance when he was killed.

      cops are trying to state only there side and victims never get to state what actually happened

    3. The South Carolina cop who shot unarmed teenager Zachary Hammond ducked criminal charges last week, despite video appearing to show him open fire on Hammond’s car after it passed him.

      cops are acting oblivious to this case like there is nothing going on

  2. Jan 2016
    1. E. coli is a type of fecal coliform bacteria commonly found in the intestines of animals and humans. E. coli is short for Escherichia coli.
    2. Fecal coliforms are bacteria that are associated with human or animal waste
    3. E. coli comes from human and animal waste. During rainfalls, snow melts, or other types of precipitation, E. coli may be washed into creeks, rivers, streams, lakes, or groundwater. 
    4. In some people, particularly children under 5 years of age and the elderly, the infection can also cause a complication called hemolytic uremic syndrome, in which the red blood cells are destroyed and the kidneys fail. About 2%-7% of infections lead to this complication. In the United States, hemolytic uremic syndrome is the principal cause of acute kidney failure in children,
    5. With intensive care, the death rate for hemolytic uremic syndrome is 3%-5%.

      in most cases children who are under five years old die from those dieseas because there immune system gets weak so fast, also there kidney fail and starts to give up on them

    6. When these waters are used as sources of drinking water and the water is not treated or inadequately treated, E. coli may end up in the drinking water.

      companies are not cleaning the water correctly and people a'rent drinking because it's bad for them because it has e.coli in it

  3. www.foodsafety.gov www.foodsafety.gov
    1. Wash hands before preparing food, after diapering infants, and after contact with cows, sheep, or goats, their food or treats, or their living environment .

      people are not doing that, theyre also not washing tjere food off theybare to trusting

    2. Avoid eating high-risk foods, especially undercooked ground beef, unpasteurized milk or juice, soft cheeses made from unpasteurized milk, or alfalfa sprouts.

      avoiding eating high- risk food they mean places like McDonald's, wendy's, etc because they rush food they're not taking to cook there food well done

    3. E. coli is the name of a type of bacteria that lives in your intestines and in the intestines of animals. Although most types of

      Ecoli is a bacteria that is in our body its not harmful to us until it's in our food, although most of them can get us sick

    4. E. coli O157:H7, causes bloody diarrhea and can sometimes cause kidney failure and even death. E. coli O157:H7 makes a toxin called Shiga toxin and is known as a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC).  There are many other types of STEC, and some can make you just as sick as E. coli O157:H7. 

      there is more then one type of e.coli people a'rent really educated on this is what in our food that can kill us

    5. Contaminated food, especially undercooked ground beef, unpasteurized (raw) milk and juice, soft cheeses made from raw milk, and raw fruits and vegetables (such as sprouts)

      people are not cleaning there food or cooking thee food well done sometimes in restaurant will ask you "would you like your food well done"

  4. Nov 2015
    1. Bush has threatened to veto the bill, but it passed with enough votes to sustain an override.

      Bush feels threathen by the movement

    2. Small farmers will be able to get up to 75% of their organic certification costs reimbursed, and some of them can obtain crop insurance.

      This statement is supporting the movement and the small farming business.

    3. It’s a movement that is gradually reshaping the business of growing and supplying food to Americans.

      This movement is a good movement its starting to get people attention. They're doing a movement that people thought it was impossible to do.