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  • The number of drug related accidental deaths in Nola in 2016 was 211
  • Murders accounted for 175 deaths 
  • Of the drug-related deaths, 166 involved opioids such as Fentanyl 
  • The city coroner has asked for more resources to fight opioid addiction
  • ‘Prioritize treatment rather than punishment’ he said 

The number of drug-related overdose deaths in New Orleans has surpassed that of murder deaths, perhaps for the first time.

The Orleans Parish Coroner’s Office said that there were 211 drug-related deaths last year, exceeding the number of murders, which was 175, reported the Times-Picayune.

The drug-related deaths were more than double the 92 drug-related deaths reported in 2015. Opioid deaths were double the 81 in 2015, said the city coroner on Monday.

There were 211 drug-related deaths in NOLA in 2016, more than the 175 murders, said the coroner - much of that due to opioids such as Fentanyl, above 

There were 211 drug-related deaths in NOLA in 2016, more than the 175 murders, said the coroner – much of that due to opioids such as Fentanyl, above 

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The Decoy Shot
The very first shot fired in Dealey Plaza at 12:30 PM on November 22, 1963, coined the “Decoy shot” (p. 48) by Newcomb and Adams in Murder From Within, marks the beginning of the covert operation to murder Kennedy and blame it on Oswald. The true origin of the first gunshot heard in Dealey Plaza was adroitly determined by Newcomb and Adams and they deserve full recognition for that discovery. Knowledge of the Decoy shot is unknown to the general public and unrecognized by scholars and authors on the JFK assassination, but it is one of the more important breakthroughs to date, in my opinion, in accurately comprehending the sequence of events that unfolded in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963 (despite tremendous effort on the part of the government to conceal and obscure the facts of what really happened).

The Decoy shot was not fired from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository as the cover story would have you believe, but rather from a revolver fired into the air from the rear seat of the Secret Service car following immediately behind the blue convertible carrying Vice President Lyndon Johnson when it turned the corner of Houston onto Elm street on that fateful day. (The photo below was artificially colorized from an enlarged crop of the James Altgens No. 6 B/W photo to emphasize LBJ’s blue car)

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One person was killed and 14 injured after gunfire erupted inside a packed nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio, just after 1 am on Sunday morning, with the shooter said to still be at large.

 

The motive was unclear, but Cincinnati Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate said on Twitter that “there are no indications this incident is terrorism related.” The shooting took place around 1 a.m. when hundreds of people were inside the Cameo Nightlife club, which the Cincinnati Police Department said has had “multiple problems” in the past.

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The United States knows that peaceful power from atomic energy is no dream of the future. ..To hasten the day when fear of the atom will begin to disappear from the minds of people, and the governments of the East and West, there are certain steps that can be taken now.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s address before the General Assembly of the United Nations on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, New York City, 1953

The island nation of Japan is ranked third in the world in terms of the number of functioning nuclear reactors on its territory.

Why would the one country to experience the destructive potential of nuclear power in wartime, the culture that gave the world ‘Godzilla,’ and has endured the meltdowns of three reactors in 2011 continue to embrace nuclear power?

As part of the Global Research News Hour’s commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the Fukushima Daichii nuclear catastrophe, we focus on the historical and political context of the disaster.

First up, we hear from Professor Peter Kuznick about the early years after the War. He explains the role of Japan in America’s postwar geostrategy, and comments on the public relations campaign that convinced the population of the Asian country to stop worrying and love nuclear power.

Later, Canadian nuclear expert Gordon Edwards returns to the program to comment on Canada’s connections with the Japanese nuclear industry and on how the Fukushima disaster should have informed Canadian nuclear policy and regulations.

Finally, we hear from celebrated Kyoto-based anti-nuclear activist Aileen Mioko Smith about the evolution of the anti-nuclear movement within Japan.

We also hear from a short video produced by Fairewinds Energy Education (fairewinds.org) outlining the fallacy of nuclear power as a strategy for fighting climate change.

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‘Local sources say at least 10 civilians have lost their lives when the US-led coalition purportedly fighting Daesh in Syria carried out an airstrike against a militant-held area in the country’s northern province of Aleppo.

The sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the aerial attack targeted the town of Maskanah, located 100 kilometers southeast of the provincial capital city of Aleppo, on Sunday, Arabic-language Qasioun Agency news outlet reported.

The report said ten people were killed and several others injured in the air raid.

The Britain-based so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) also reported that US-led military aircraft had launched a series of attacks against the villages of Qabtan al-Jabal, Kafr Hamrah and Yaqid al-Adas in the northwestern suburbs of Aleppo.’

Read more: US-led coalition airstrike kills 10 civilians near Aleppo: Report

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‘An investigation into the displacement of several tombstones at a primarily Jewish cemetery in Brooklyn, earlier suspected to be an act of anti-Semitic vandalism, found the cause to be unintentional, police said.

The NYPD hate crime task force inspected the grounds at the Washington Cemetery on Sunday after as many as 42 gravestones were discovered knocked down late Saturday night.

High winds, eroded soil and neglect were cited as the probable causes.

“It definitely was not vandalism,” Marisa Tarantino, general manager of the Washington Cemetery on Bay Parkway in Midwood told reporters, the Daily News reported.’

Read more: Wind toppled Jewish tombstones in Brooklyn, not neo-Nazis: police

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‘Recent studies supposedly proving the effectiveness of the HPV vaccine manipulated data to make the cervical cancer death rate among black women look much lower than it actually is, according to a study recently published in the journal Cancer.

Vaccine supporters had pointed to the studies as evidence that cervical cancer rates have been falling due to vaccination against HPV (human papillomavirus), several strains of which have been linked to cervical cancer development. But the death rate of black women from cervical cancer is actually twice as high as was reported by the studies, the new analysis found.

Prior research has also shown that the commercially available HPV vaccines may not protect against the virus strains most likely to infect black women.’

Read more: Cervical cancer is killing African American women at twice the previously reported rate in spite of the HPV vaccine

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This is an excerpt from our documentary, “Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players.” Watch the full documentary for free HERE.

Did you know that some of the worst war criminals in Nazi Germany were set free? They held high management positions in the chemical monopoly IG Farben, and they went right back to high positions at Bayer, BASF, German banks, and other positions of power, unfazed by the Nuremberg Trials.

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Who Killed John Lennon?


“Listen, if anything happens to Yoko and me,
it was not an accident.”
John Lennon

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‘I’m really happy to reach 80. I never expected it, not least having a neighbor, the greatest power in the world, trying to kill me every day.’ – Castro on July 21, 2006

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Leon Russell died in his sleep in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday at the age of 74, his wife has revealed.

Russell emerged in the ’70s as one of rock’n’roll’s most dynamic performers and songwriters after playing anonymously on dozens of pop hits as a studio pianist in the 1960s,

Russell, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011, had endured a series of health problems in his later years.

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A Maryland woman working as a nanny has been arrested after police said she force fed an eight-month-old baby girl who then died.

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Oluremi Oyindasola, 66, of Glenarden, Maryland, has been charged with second-degree murder, first-degree child abuse resulting in death and other offenses, Prince George’s County Police said Wednesday.

A home surveillance system recorded Oyindasola napping when the crying child, eight-month-old Enita Salubi, approached in a toddler walker, according to police.

Police charging documents say Oyindasola unsuccessfully tried feeding the child, then ‘proceeded to pour a large amount of white liquid directly inside the victim’s mouth’.

Police say Enita, who was force-fed a second bottle, had ‘difficulty breathing and signs of medical distress’.

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A worthwhile learning experience.

As the U.S.-backed offensive in Mosul, Iraq, begins, the mainstream U.S. media readies the American people to blame the terrorists for civilian casualties but the opposite rules apply to Syria’s Aleppo.

Source: Good Deaths in Mosul, Bad Deaths in Aleppo

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  • Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced Wednesday morning in the 2014 sodomy/murder of his daughter Hiawayi
  • Robinson, who was convicted in Hiawayi’s death last month, is set to appeal the sentence
  • Hiawatha argued with judge Charles Graddick during the sentence hearing on Wednesdday
  • He told the judge before leaving the courtroom to ‘remember this face, I will be back, you will hear this voice again’
  • Hiawayi’s body was found at an abandoned building in Prichard in 2014, two days after she was reported missing
  • Autopsy results showed the girl had been sexually assaulted 

 

A south Alabama man has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for killing his eight-year-old daughter during a sexual assault.

Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced on Wednesday morning in the 2014 murder and sodomy of his daughter Hiawayi, according to local media reports.

Robinson, who was convicted in Hiawayi’s death last month, is set to appeal the sentence, according to his attorney.

Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced to 100 years in prison for killing his eight-year-old daughter during a sexual assault

Robinson was sentenced on Wednesday morning in the 2014 murder and sodomy of his daughter Hiawayi

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