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Massachusetts couple say they are 'traumatized' after being falsely accused of stealing fruit... 

 

A black family has claimed they were racially profiled and falsely accused of stealing while on a Labor Day trip to an apple picking farm.

In a blog post which has gone viral, Reverend Manikka Bowman and Jeff Myers claimed that staff at Connors Farm in Danvers, Massachusetts, accused them of having 'concealed fruit' in their stroller and called the police.

The couple had been on an apple picking trip with their seven-year-old daughter and 18-month-old son when the mood 'dramatically changed.'

Massachusetts couple say they are 'traumatized'

Home appraisal increased by almost $100,000 after Black family hid their race

...racism is 'innate within the reality of white people'...

Tags: $, Accusation, Awareness, Employment, Environment, Food, Fruit, Greed, Opinion, Parental Burden, Real Estate, Teacher, Theft, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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16-Sep-2021


Steve Lawrence's Son David Accused of Abusing Father's Dementia by Longtime Companion 

 

Tannen claims that Steve is currently suffering from dementia and is unaware that his son is "malevolently keeping Judy from fulfilling her promise to take care of Steve through thick and thin." Steve previously announced that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's back in 2019.

"While Judy was gravely sick with COVID-19, David weaponized Judy's trust, abusing her right of privacy to her medical information to have her declared incapacitated, and then systematically removing Judy from every fiduciary position Steve and Eydie had conferred upon her," the petition states.

Tannen now alleges that David has refused to allow her to return to the home that she and Steve shared, keeping them apart from each other, except for a couple of "supervised" visits.

Steve Lawrence's Son David Accused of Abusing Father

Nina Simone's granddaughter blasts Kamala Harris for 'taking star's estate and giving it to white people'

Tags: $, Accusation, Celebrity, Celebrity Children, Court, Etiquette, Family, Greed, Illness, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Politics, Theft, Unruly Child, Women In Charge

Filed under: Gay+

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20-Jun-2021


UK issues anaphylaxis warning on Pfizer vaccine after adverse reactions 

 

Britain’s medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.

Starting with the elderly and frontline workers, Britain began mass vaccinating its population on Tuesday, part of a global drive that poses one of the biggest logistical challenges in peacetime history.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said there had been two reports of anaphylaxis and one report of a possible allergic reaction since rollout began.

“Any person with a history of anaphylaxis to a vaccine, medicine or food should not receive the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine,” MHRA Chief Executive June Raine said in a statement.

UK issues anaphylaxis warning on Pfizer vaccine after adverse reactions

The FDA says Pfizer’s Covid vaccine is safe and effective. But trial participants warn of intense symptoms after second shot

Rich countries are hoarding Covid-19 vaccines and leaving the developing world behind, People's Vaccine Alliance warns

U.S. could face months of vaccine shortages amid global competition

Tags: Awareness, Effect, Greed, Hate, Medical, Safety, Vaccine, Warning, World

Filed under: Gay+

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10-Dec-2020


90 Day Fiance: All The Ways Sumit Singh May Have Conned Jenny Slatten 

 

There are TLC fans who think that Sumit Singh from 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way conned Jenny Slatten into believing his every word. The couple has lost support from fans as they just seem stagnant in their relationship.

The Palm Springs native Jenny Slatten is finally seeing the error of her ways. She left everything behind to move to India for a man who is ruled by his culture and his parents. Fans watched another episode that featured Jenny losing her cool in front of Sumit’s parents. His mother threatened to kill herself if they got married. The reality star knew right then and there she would never marry him.

Sadly, nothing is ever easy for this couple. Sumit has found multiple ways to hold off on proposing to (and marrying) the so-called love of his life. Fans watched the 90 Day Fiancé black sheep of his family call off yet another ring ceremony. This leads TLC fans to believe that he never had any intention of marrying the American.

90 Day Fiance: All The Ways Sumit Singh May Have Conned Jenny Slatten

Tags: $, Celebrity, Exclusivity, Fraud, Greed, Racial Tension, Reality, Relationships, Scam, TV, World

Filed under: Gay+

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04-Dec-2020


"Con Queen of Hollywood" Arrested (Exclusive) 

 

Police in Manchester, England, have arrested 41-year-old Hargobind Tahilramani, allegedly responsible for a long-running scam in which he impersonated Hollywood notables including Kathleen Kennedy and Wendi Murdoch and bilked would-be creatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

"Con Queen of Hollywood" Arrested (Exclusive)

Tags: $, Arrest, Fraud, Gay, Greed, Hollywood, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Scam, Threat, World

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03-Dec-2020


'Sugar daddy' Virginia lawyer, 45, faces sex-trafficking charge for 'coercing six teens to have sex with him in exchange for money, drugs and gifts like Tiffany bags and cameras' 

 

A Virginia lawyer faces a sex-trafficking charge for coercing six teenage girls into sex by acting as a 'sugar daddy' who offered them money and expensive gifts like Tiffany's bags, according to a new report.

Matthew Erausquin, a 45-year-old founding partner of Consumer Litigation Associations and an Air Force veteran based in Northern Virginia, is accused of paying at least six girls to engage in sexual acts with him since 2017.

'Sugar daddy' Virginia lawyer, 45

Tags: $, Crime, Employment, Greed, Ignorance, Men In Charge, Parental Crime, Sex, Trafficking, Training, Woman's Rights, Youth

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19-Nov-2020


Porch piracy: Here's what we learned after watching hours of YouTube videos showing packages being pilfered from homes 

 

Deliveries of groceries and packages are soaring as physical retailers close their doors and tens of millions of Americans “shelter in place.” Moreover, the need for social distancing may encourage more delivery workers to leave packages unattended on porches rather than risk an interaction with someone who has the coronavirus.

These conditions may be perfect for thieves, who prior to the pandemic were increasingly pilfering packages from homes across the country.

About 11 million homeowners reported having a package stolen in 2017 – and a separate 2018 survey found that almost a fifth of Americans said they had been a victim. Three-quarters of the 2017 thefts occurred during the day, and the average cost of the stolen items was close to US$200.

I led a recent study of “porch piracy” to better understand how it happens. I enlisted the help of two graduate students, Melody Hicks and Zachary Hutchinson, to help me review the videos, and my wife Amy Stickle, a math lecturer, performed a statistical analysis to ensure accuracy of the data collected.

mySA

Tags: Coronavirus, Crime, Environment, Greed, Safety, Self Interest, Statistics, Study, Surge, Theft, Threat

Filed under: Health/Food

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01-Apr-2020


Costco Will No Longer Let Hoarders Return Coronavirus Supplies 

 

Last weekend, the New York Times wrote a piece about Matt and Noah Colvin, the Tennessee brothers who drove 1,300 miles across two states to buy thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer and thousands of packages of antibacterial wipes so they could resell them online at unconscionably inflated price points. (Matt listed those $1 bottles of Purell on Amazon for anywhere between $8 to $70 each.)

Amazon ultimately yanked Colvin's listings, citing the company's policy against price-gouging. And on Saturday afternoon, just hours after the Times' piece went live—and subsequently, viral—the Tennessee attorney general's office sent its own investigators to Matt Colvin's house to deliver a cease-and-desist letter, reminding him of the state's own law that prevents state residents from charging "unreasonable prices for essential goods and services [...] in direct response to a disaster." Before the weekend was over, Colvin was the subject of a state investigation, he'd been permanently banned from eBay, and the storage company where he kept his ultra-selfish hoard told him that he couldn't rent from them anymore. He was also essentially forced to donate all of the hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes that he'd bought, with a local church collecting the bulk of it, and the state attorney general's office taking the rest of it. All of the products will be redistributed to people who will actually use them, not profit from them.

Vice

Tags: $, Backlash, Business, Crime, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Greed, Health, Product, Safety, Superiority, Threat, Toxic, Unruly Child

Filed under: Health/Food

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22-Mar-2020


A jogger trashed a homeless man's stuff. What happened next? 

 

In September 2018, a UN report condemned Oakland's treatment of its homeless residents as "cruel and inhuman" and "a violation of multiple human rights".

"I've seen squalor, I've seen homelessness in countries around the world," said UN Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha said. "I've seen really horrific things. And I saw all of that in Oakland, but I also witnessed a cruelty there that might be unparalleled."

BBC

Tags: Americans, Environmentalist, Gentrification, Greed, Health, Inhumanity, Politics, Protections, Respect, Responsibility, Terraforming, Vandalism

Filed under: Health/Food

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30-Jul-2019


Priest steals over $95,000 from church collections 

 

A priest stole more than $95,000 from collection plates from the church he served in Santa Rosa, California, according to the diocese in northern California.

It was discovered after a car crash involving 56-year-old Father Oscar Diaz, who broke his hip in the traffic accident, when paramedics found over $18,000 cash in the Roman Catholic priest's car.

A hospital employee called the police, according to the Bishop of Santa Rosa, Rt Rev Robert Vasa.

Bags full of cash from months' worth of church collections were found in his parish office and $10,000 in notes in a desk drawer.

Premier

Tags: $, Abuse, Church, Clergy, Crime, Greed, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Religion, Theft

Filed under: Gay+

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24-Jul-2019


NYC has a penthouse problem, LA has a mansion problem, and Miami has a condo problem 

 

Miami condos may boast ocean views and luxury living, but that's no longer enough to get them off the market.

Long a city for vacation homes and foreign buyers seeking safe investments, Miami is now faced with a surplus of condos, reported Candace Taylor for The Wall Street Journal. Its high-end real-estate market has slowed in recent years, with condo sales in Miami Beach decreasing by 24% over the past four years, she said.

The condo craze began in the early 2000s, Taylor reported. The market imploded during the financial crisis, but Latin American buyers — along with buyers from Europe and America — brought it back to life post-recession.

But what were once strong South American economies are now suffering, and Latin American buyers have less buying power in the US, according to Taylor. Their disappearance isn't the only factor driving the abundance of empty condos — the threat of rising sea levels and the preference for large houses are also shaping the trend, she said.

Business Insider

Tags: $, Economy, Environment, Greed, Home, Lifestyle, Privilege, Real Estate

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08-Jul-2019


Low-Wage Workers Are Being Sued for Unpaid Medical Bills by a Nonprofit Christian Hospital That Employs Them 

 

This year, a Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare housekeeper left her job just three hours into her shift and caught a bus to Shelby County General Sessions Court.

Wearing her black and gray uniform, she had a different kind of appointment with her employer: The hospital was suing her for unpaid medical bills.

In 2017, the nonprofit hospital system based in Memphis sued the woman for the cost of hospital stays to treat chronic abdominal pain she experienced before the hospital hired her.

She now owes Methodist more than $23,000, including around $5,800 in attorney’s fees.

It’s surreal, she said, to be sued by the organization that pays her $12.25 an hour. “You know how much you pay me. And the money you’re paying, I can’t live on,” said the housekeeper, who asked that her name not be used for fear that the hospital would fire her for talking to a reporter.

Pro Publica

Tags: $, Abuse, All Rights, Employment, Greed, Health, Illness, Insurance, Medical, Poverty, Protection, Religion, Representation, Survival, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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08-Jul-2019


Restaurant owners furious over Grubhub billing revelations 

 

This is gearing up to be one ugly food fight.

Restaurant owners have been digging into their Grubhub billing records and demanding their money back since reading The Post’s exclusive report Monday about how the food delivery giant has been racking up fees for non-existent orders — potentially for years.

Nicky Perry, owner of two Manhattan hot spots, found 260 questionable charges going back to 2017 after reading The Post’s exposé.

But instead of refunding her money, Grubhub has been giving Perry and other restaurant owners indigestion by offering them limited refunds of 60 or 90 days — unless they happen to be big, powerful chains, sources said.

“They are putting us out of business!” Perry, owner of Tea & Sympathy and A Salt & Battery, fumed to The Post.

NY Post

Tags: $, Business, Delivery, Food, Greed, Investigation, Legal, Restaurant, Service

Filed under: Health/Food

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21-May-2019


9-year-old hangs herself after mom told her not to play on cellphone 

 

A 9-year-old girl hanged herself in her Bronx home — after her mother told her it was too early in the morning to be on her cellphone, sources and neighbors said Sunday.

Heaven Vega was found dead by her horrified mom, Jennifer, in her bedroom at the family’s apartment in the Bronx River Houses shortly before noon Saturday, authorities said.

The child had tied a belt around her neck and hanged herself from her bed, police said.

NY Post

Tags: Children, Environment, Greed, Parental Burden, Sad, Suicide, Toys

Filed under: Gay+

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18-Feb-2019


The Super Rich of Silicon Valley Have a Doomsday Escape Plan 

 

Years of doomsday talk at Silicon Valley dinner parties has turned to action.

In recent months, two 150-ton survival bunkers journeyed by land and sea from a Texas warehouse to the shores of New Zealand, where they’re buried 11 feet underground.

Seven Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have purchased bunkers from Rising S Co. and planted them in New Zealand in the past two years, said Gary Lynch, the manufacturer’s general manager. At the first sign of an apocalypse — nuclear war, a killer germ, a French Revolution-style uprising targeting the 1 percent — the Californians plan to hop on a private jet and hunker down, he said.

Bloomberg

Tags: Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Finance, Greed, Irony, No more Heroes, Population, Privilege, Protections, Real Estate, Self Interest, Survival, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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04-Oct-2018




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