Thanksgiving is almost upon us and the time has come for that most sacred of American traditions: bemoaning the rising cost of living. Per this Bloomberg headline on Thursday, “Thanksgiving Meal Costs Most Ever as Bird Flu Hits Turkeys.” Well, that's complete and utter nonsense.
"A federal court in New York delivered a setback to the Food and Drug Administration, ruling the agency can’t bar a drug company from marketing a pill for off-label use as long as the claims are truthful."
Under prosecutorial immunity, prosecutors may use false evidence, suppress exculpatory evidence, and elicit misleading testimony in probable cause hearings, all without fear that they will be held personally liable.
Prosecutors can use false evidence, suppress exculpatory evidence, and elicit perjury, all without fear that they will be held personally liable, even if they intentionally and maliciously violate the rights of innocent people.
Well defined and well lived in Fresno california that the majority of law enforcement here especially under Dyer due fully have no fear of misleading all persons they are in contact with practicality luring persons to participate illegally and be a witness documenting those occurrences whether exagerated truth or even themselves participating illegally etc FRESNO CA !!
you could drain all of the military dry and still go bankrupt so +Dr. Immacula Didier a very fallacious statement from you.
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