Las Vegas Shooting Exposed As Antifa-Led False Flag Attack

With over 50 people killed and hundreds more injured, evidence begins to emerge that the horrific shooting attack in Las Vegas today was actually a false flag orchestrated by violent leftist group Antifa in a bid to incite a civil war in the United States. With the number of people killed currently standing at 58 and […]
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Vegas PD asks NFL to investigate Bennett’s ‘false allegations’

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The union for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has requested the NFL investigate what it calls "obvious false allegations" by Michael Bennett against two of its officers concerning an Aug. 26 incident.

In a letter sent to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday and obtained by CBS' Vanessa Murphy, the police union also expressed disapproval of Bennett's anthem protest.

"While the NFL may condone Bennett's disrespect for our American flag, and everything it symbolizes, we hope the league will not ignore Bennett's false accusations against our police officers," wrote union president Steve Grammas.

Related – Goodell: ‘Michael Bennett represents the best of the NFL’

The union denied Bennett’s notion that he was racially profiled by the officers after it sounded like shots were fired near his hotel, pointing to the Seattle Seahawks defensive end’s “unusual and suspicious behavior.”

The union says officers witnessed Bennett hiding behind a slot machine in a casino, which they'd been called to due to reports of an active shooter, before running out of the building and leaping over a 4-foot barrier wall.

"Our officers did not detain Bennett because he was 'a black man in the wrong place at the wrong time,'" wrote Grammas.

Bennett said Wednesday that the officers used excessive force and threatened to “blow (his) fucking head off” before ultimately releasing him.

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For Those Who Don’t ‘Believe’ In ‘Conspiracies’ Here Are 58 Admitted False Flag Attacks

“False flag terrorism” occurs when elements within a government stage a secret operation whereby government forces pretend to be a targeted enemy while attacking their own forces or people. The attack is then falsely blamed on the enemy in order to justify going to war against that enemy. Yes, it’s true: There really are conspiracies. […]
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Kent State fires strength coach for providing false information about certification

Kent State has fired strength and conditioning coach Ross Bowsher for providing false information about his certification, the school announced to Dennis Dodd of CBS on Monday.

Bowsher was in charge of a workout on June 13 where freshman offensive lineman Tyler Heintz died. CBS reported last week that Bowsher appeared to be uncertified.

A preliminary cause of death was revealed to be hyperthermia, according to the coroner’s office, which occurs when the body is overheated and can’t cool.

Here is the full statement:

The safety and well-being of our student-athletes is paramount at Kent State University, and we have continued to assess and review all policies and circumstances relative to the June 13 summer football workout that occurred prior to the death of Tyler Heintz. We continue to mourn the loss of Tyler, and the Kent State family is focused on joining with the Heintz family in honoring his memory in our thoughts and actions.

The university has concluded its internal review of the matter, and our findings indicate that the workout was conducted in accordance with national protocols for student-athlete health and safety, and the session was supervised appropriately by qualified personnel. Present at the June 13 football workout were five certified personnel who participated in the design, implementation, and supervision of the 20 student-athletes.

During the course of the review, it was discovered that football strength and conditioning coach Ross Bowsher provided false information about his certification, which is required by the university and the NCAA. Mr. Bowsher has been dismissed from the university, and we are self-reporting this decision to the NCAA.

The NCAA mandates strength coaches must have certification through an accredited strength and conditioning program.

Bowsher previously worked at Arkansas Tech and Purdue.

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Elliott’s attorneys say NFL findings full of inaccuracies and false conclusions

The attorneys for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott have fired back at the NFL following their client's six-game suspension.

The NFL issued a statement Friday saying its investigation, which included photographic evidence and a panel of experts, found there to be sufficient reason to conclude that Elliott was physically violent with his ex-girlfriend on multiple occasions.

Elliott's attorneys questioned the league's conclusion, saying "the NFL's findings are replete with factual inaccuracies and erroneous conclusions and it 'cherry picks' so called evidence to support its conclusion while ignoring other critical evidence."

The full statement is below:

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Randolph’s rep calls weed charges ‘false and misleading’

News broke Thursday that Zach Randolph was arrested Wednesday night on a felony charge of marijuana possession with intent to sell, which his camp denies.

''The charges are false and misleading," Randolph's agent and attorney, Raymond Brothers, told The Associated Press later Thursday. ''We're looking at all options to resolve this matter.''

Police indicted that the 36-year-old NBA big man, who signed with the Sacramento Kings last month, was taken into custody following a frantic situation between the LAPD and a large group of people who were gathered at a Los Angeles housing project. The cops seized guns, narcotics, and cash from the scene, while their cars were vandalized.

Meanwhile, the Kings provided the following statement to The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones:

We are aware of the situation. We have no further comment at this time.

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True Or False: Are Tip And Tiny Faking The Reconciliation Funk While THREE Separate Side Jawns Carry His Seeds?

TI And Tiny Rumored To Be Faking Reconciliation

Remember when Tip and Tiny were spotted out at the ATL clubs distracting each other post-separation?

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Everything was pointing toward the Harris family possibly hustling together once again…but a blind item via Crazy Days and Nights potentially points to the duo as keeping up appearances to woo additional reality checks…while Tip continues to have his cake, pie, AND cookies and eat it all too.

Don’t believe the hype. This singing/rapping married couple want another season of their reality show so are trying to make it look like they are together. By my count, the rapper has at least three women pregnant right now and has a woman living with him who is not one of the three.

YIKES. Not one, not two, but THREE babies on the way? Not to mention a live-in jumpoff in case of emergencies? We honestly can’t see how this one is even possible, unless TI is just out here rawing the world now that he’s free of all distractions.

Of course, this could all be some hateration from an “insider.” Their show IS over, after all.

What do you think?

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KD claims alleged call from Draymond after 2016 Finals ‘100 percent false’

Kevin Durant shot down reports that current teammate Draymond Green called him after Game 7 of the 2016 Finals against the Cavaliers last year.

“That’s false, 100 percent false,” Durant told the reporter pool during Sunday’s media availability.

The initial report from several days ago claimed Green made calls from the parking lot outside Oracle Arena right after the Game 7 defeat, campaigning Warriors general manager Bob Myers and Durant himself to get the then-Oklahoma City Thunder star in a Warriors jersey.

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Kentucky Trump Supporter Says He Should've Voted For Hillary After Trumps False Support For Medicaid! "He Played Me For A Fool"

One Kentucky voter for President Donald Trump revealed that he believed it when Trump told voters he would fight for them. Now, however, Trump is cutting programs that help people like him survive while jobs are scarce. Easterling is on food stamps and Medicaid and he believed Trump when the then-candidate swore he’d never touch Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Trump lied and Easterling and his family are fearful they’re going to lose critical benefits they need to stay afloat. “I mean, I felt just like I was — just like he played me for a fool”. Posted By Persist

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