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Thursday October 26th, 2017 day edition

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Corey Feldman Launches Campaign to Expose Hollywood Pedophile Ring.

Corey Feldman has released a brave new video that details some of the troubles he's had over the past few days after announcing in the press that he plans to expose some of the powerful players in Hollywood that he knows, as a fact, are part of a pedophile ring.

I believe that I can also bring down potentially a pedophile ring that I have been aware of since I was a child.

It is not in our best interest to name any names here, but Corey Feldman does cover this quite extensively in his biography.

Corey Feldman goes onto say this about his Truth Campaign, which he will use to finally name names, and clear his mind.

People have long awaited a response from Corey as to what exactly happened in his childhood alongside best friend Corey Haim.

Corey Feldman hopes that pedophiles and child abusers in Hollywood will be the next to get taken down. »

KENTUCKY: State Loses Appeal, Ordered To Pay $222K In Legal Fees To The Gay Couples Who Sued Kim Davis

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A federal judge ruled Monday that Kentucky taxpayers are still on the hook for attorney fees for the couples who sued Kim Davis, a county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples after the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage.

In July, U.S. District Judge David Bunning ordered Kentucky to pay $222,695 to the attorneys of April Miller and others, after they won a favorable judgment against Davis.

Gov. Matt Bevin and Terry Manuel, commissioner of the Kentucky Department for the Libraries and Archives, appealed the ruling, claiming the fees should be assessed against Davis and the Rowan County Clerk’s Office. »

Japanese police arrest 74-year-old ninja thief suspect

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Japanese police say they have finally caught a prolific thief who dressed as a ninja to carry out raids - and were surprised to find he was 74.

Police now believe he is the so-called "Ninja of Heisei", thought to have carried out more than 250 break-ins.

Police said the thief displayed great physical ability, running effortlessly on top of walls instead of taking the streets. »

Wall Street Still Annoyed That Competition Forced Wireless Carriers To Bring Back Unlimited Data Plans

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This added competitive pressure recently resulted in both AT&T and Verizon being forced to bring back the unlimited data plans the companies had been insisting for years consumers didn't actually want.

In fact, wireless sector revenues dipped slightly in the first quarter for the first time in seventeen years, as T-Mobile competition forced carriers to engage in a little more than theatrical non-price competition.

Wall Street and these wireless companies have an ingenious solution to the sudden influx of T-Mobile competition: reduce competition through additional sector mergers and acquisitions. »