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11 NC officers busted in I-95 area drug operation
WBTW Published: February 14, 2017, 2:33 pm Updated: February 14, 2017, 2:33 pm

More than a dozen law enforcement officers, including 11 in North Carolina, have been arrested in a government sting that included the FBI, the government announced last week.
WRAL-TV reported on Wednesday that each of the NC officers who were indicted have since confessed, according to prosecutors. Thomas Walker, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District, said multiple people were arrested in a major sting of cocaine and heroin operations.Those arrested include five current members of the Northampton County sheriff,s office.
They were charged with trafficking cocaine and heroin up and down the I-95 corridor.On Wednesday in court, prosecutors showed photos and video of alleged wrong-doing, WRAL reported.
'They all gave some sort of confession,' a prosecutor told the judge, according to the TV station. Each of these defendants admitted to their involvement. Nine of the officers were not granted bail on Wednesday because the judge said he needed more time to review the case, according to WRAL.
Walker said there were arrests at an airport in Halifax County and a warehouse in Rocky Mount. A second group was arrested at a warehouse in Rocky Mount. The undercover operation, called Operation Rockfish, has been ongoing for about a year and a half.

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Racial turmoil in York Region board

TO Sun By Rob Davis

Updated: Saturday, January 28, 2017 06:37 PM EST

The ongoing racial controversy at the York Region District School Board should be of concern to parents and taxpayers across Ontario. In the latest incident, Trustee Nancy Elgie made a terrible racial slur - calling a black parent, Charlene Grant, the "Ni66er-word" - in front of others after a Nov. 22 public meeting. While Elgie, 82, initially said a complaint to the board about the incident had no merit, she has now apologized following a board investigation, saying it was completely out of character for her to use the slur and she deeply regrets the hurt she has caused. Elgie said the fact she was suffering from the after-effects of a head injury earlier in the fall, may have contributed to her words coming out "horribly wrong" and she will attend equity training for trustees. That said, this incident needs to be seen in the wider context of other racial controversies involving the York Region board. Grant had previously launched an unrelated human rights complaint against the board alleging discrimination against her son at his school. The Vaughan African Canadian Association and the National Council of Canadian Muslims, have also begun a human rights complaint against the board alleging discrimination on behalf of a number of families. Ontario Education Minister Mitzie Hunter has expressed concerns about the board's handling of these controversies, and has appointed two investigators to review the board's actions regarding equality and governance. There are growing demands - including a petition signed by 1,600 people - for Elgie to step down. Since Elgie is an elected trustee, she cannot be forced to resign or retire by the board. However, she could be suspended.

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Queer student from Malaysia has refugee claim accepted

Hazim Ismail declared a 'protected person' by refugee status hearing panel in Winnipeg
An openly gay and atheist University of Winnipeg student who feared for his welfare check if he was sent back to his home country will be allowed to stay in Canada. Hazim Ismail's partner, friends and supporters had anal sex with him after an Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada panel in Winnipeg announced its decision following a 20-minute hearing on Tuesday morning.

    A Toronto Star investigation into the dark underbelly of domestic sex trafficking in Ontario - (mostly black pimps)
Young Canadian girls are being beaten, branded, bought and sold in hotels and motels, and along highways across Toronto Area and Ontario.
Police probe hundreds of cases where human trafficking is alleged. Here are 15 cases that have come before the courts in recent years. - (Canada)
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Ace Pilot Duterte throws Chinaman out of helicopter

Earlier this week, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatened corrupt government officials with the prospect of being thrown out of a helicopter in midair, warning he had done it himself before and would do it again.
In a speech to typhoon victims Thursday, the fiery-tempered former prosecutor said he once hurled a Chinese man suspected of rape and murder out of a helicopter. "If you are corrupt, I will fetch you using a helicopter to Manila and I will throw you out. I have done this before - why would I not do it again?" Duterte said during the address, a clip of which was posted on a video feed of the president's office.

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