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Woman who ran illegal pot delivery business with Foxboro stash house gets 4 years in prison

The Sun Chronicle 20 Oct 2021
FOXBORO — A Milton woman who ran a multi-million dollar black market marijuana delivery business with a stash house in Foxboro was sentenced Tuesday to four years in federal prison ... District Court in Worcester by video conference, Deana Martin, 53, was also sentenced to three years of probation after her release from prison ... 10 to report in prison.
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Fab 5 Freddy, Bernard Noble and Curaleaf Continue National Roll Out of B NOBLE Brand ...

Capital Press 20 Oct 2021
The brand is dedicated to telling the story of namesake Bernard Noble, who was arrested in Louisiana and sentenced to 13 years in prison for possessing the equivalent of two joints ... They also run Self-Employment Pathways for Women, a job readiness program for returning women that teaches the skills needed to run a small business.Arizona.
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How right-wing media outlets kill people who take their advice

Alternet 19 Oct 2021
It happens every day, it seems ... It used to be in American business that you knew where the psychopaths were ... as many as 12% of major corporate CEOs are believed to be psychopaths, and about 15% of people in prison ... Weirdly, this lack of empathy can make them more successful in big business and politics, as well as in criminal and prison environments ... .
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Opinion: Those who ignore crime are just as culpable

Lawrence Journal World 19 Oct 2021
And Larry Nassar, 54, has now been sent to prison for up to 175 years. The Justice Department called him a “hands-on child predator” and said Nassar also consumed and possessed “child pornography on a massive scale.” It is very likely that both Weber and Nassar will die in federal prison.
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Union Pacific and its unions sue each other over vaccine

The Post-Star 19 Oct 2021
OMAHA, Neb ... Union Pacific announced this month that it would require all employees to be vaccinated by Dec ... Wheeler Glens Falls man admits to role in Capitol riot, may get no prison time Granville man indicted for jumping bail. Vaccine mandates from governments and other businesses have generated resistance in various workplaces ... All rights reserved ... .
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South Carolina, UConn, Stanford women top preseason Top 25

The Post-Star 19 Oct 2021
By DOUG FEINBERG AP Basketball Writer. Dawn Staley and South Carolina are back in a familiar spot. No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25 women's basketball poll ... People are also reading… ... Wheeler Glens Falls man admits to role in Capitol riot, may get no prison time Granville man indicted for jumping bail. It's been a busy few days for Staley ... 11 ... .
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As Harvey stages a break out in Coronation Street, 9 other soap prisoners who escaped

Metro UK 18 Oct 2021
If he had, he would know that his chances of a happy ending are about as likely as Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) minding her own business. Re-enacting Prison Break in soapland only results in death, a heavier punishment or having to disappear without a trace ... Rob was one of several cobbles’ residents that tried to escape prison (Picture.
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Here's how right-wing media outlets kill people who take their advice

Raw Story 18 Oct 2021
It happens every day, it seems ... It used to be in American business that you knew where the psychopaths were ... as many as 12% of major corporate CEOs are believed to be psychopaths, and about 15% of people in prison ... Weirdly, this lack of empathy can make them more successful in big business and politics, as well as in criminal and prison environments ... .
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Tobacco smugglers cash in on pandemic - JTI

The Manila Times 18 Oct 2021
As legitimate businesses, we are a very effective tax collector, and clearly we can't do that if there is an illicit problem ... governments, consumers, farmers, and legitimate businesses," he undescored. Even a minimum cash penalty of P50 million and a probable prison sentence of ...
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OP-ED: Those who ignore crime as just as culpable

Observer-Reporter 18 Oct 2021
Albert Einstein. Dr ... He also worked in New Mexico for a time ... And Larry Nassar, 54, has now been sent to prison for up to 175 years ... It is very likely that both Weber and Nassar will die in federal prison. The business of justice isn't done, however, until those who could have stopped these crimes before they multiplied beyond belief are dealt with.
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How Liz Flynt, widow of Hustler's founder, is embracing the title 'pornographer'

Finger Lakes Times 18 Oct 2021
The privately held group, which has an estimated $500-million value, includes strip clubs, video distribution business , two casinos and an adult broadcasting channel ... Flynt works out of an adjoining office where she said she tries to channel her late husband when she is called to make tough business decisions.
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How Liz Flynt — widow of Hustler’s founder — is embracing the title ‘pornographer’

The Los Angeles Times 18 Oct 2021
The privately held group, which has an estimated $500-million value, includes strip clubs, video distribution business , two casinos and an adult broadcasting channel ... Flynt works out of an adjoining office where she said she tries to channel her late husband when she is called to make tough business decisions ... Business ... Business.
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Candidates vying for seats on Mansfield, Lexington school boards

Richland Source 18 Oct 2021
They only perform staff evaluations for the superintendent, business manager and treasurer, but they may be consulted during other hiring processes ... "We bring local businesses into the schools; we create those connection sand then students are more likely to return to the community after their further education.
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‘I Don’t Know That I Would Even Call It Meth Anymore’

The Atlantic 18 Oct 2021
The Amezcuas’ meth career lasted about a decade, until cases brought against them landed them in a Mexican prison, where they remain ... They were more interested in business deals and alliances than in the vengeance and endless shoot-outs so common to the previous generation of smugglers, who had trafficked mostly in marijuana and cocaine.
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Biden struggles to rein in Saudis who're showing utter contempt for human rights: Report

Press TV 17 Oct 2021
Abdulrahman al-Sadhan, 37, had been first sentenced to 20 years in prison in April over an anonymous Twitter account with criticism of the kingdom's rulers, according to his family. His sister, Areej al-Sadhan, a US citizen, wrote on Twitter last week that an appeals court confirmed the prison sentence.
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