The Daily Populous

Saturday October 20th, 2018 morning edition

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The investigation has accused Kemp of wrongly removing hundreds of thousands of legitimate voters from the state's voter rolls because they allegedly "left the state" or "moved from their congressional district."

Earlier this month, Palast rolled out a website to tell Georgia voters if they were purged from the voting rolls.

Voters can type in their name and find out if their constitutional right was stripped away from them.

To be crystal clear, Georgia has never used data from the Crosscheck Program to conduct list maintenance in any capacity.

Zero voters have been removed from the rolls based on Crosscheck data in this state.

Kemp used the controversial "exact match" program to purge nearly the voters from the rolls in over the last two years.

A coalition of state civil rights groups, including the New Georgia Project, sued Kemp this week over the blocked registrations. »

Police officers in the US were charged with more than 400 rapes over a 9-year period

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According to research from Bowling Green State University , police officers in the US were charged with forcible rape 405 times between 2005 and 2013.

But the 2016 federally funded paper, " Police Integrity Lost: A Study of Law Enforcement Officers Arrested ," says the problem isn't limited to sexual assault.

"There are no comprehensive statistics available on problems with police integrity," the report says, and no government entity collects data on police who are arrested. »

Columbine: Whose Fault Is It?

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From Jesse James to Charles Manson, the media, since their inception, have turned criminals into folk heroes.

They just created two new ones when they plastered those dip-shits Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris’ pictures on the front of every newspaper.

Don’t be surprised if every kid who gets pushed around has two new idols. »

Streaming Exclusives Will Drive Users Back To Piracy And The Industry Is Largely Oblivious

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Studies have suggested that every broadcaster on the planet will likely have their own streaming service by 2022.

But instead of going back to cable, back in March we noted how users are just as likely to consider piracy.

If history is any indication, it will take another year or two for the industry to identify and admit this exclusivity parade is driving users back to piracy. »