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International Peace Organization Calls on the Global Community to Aid in a Peaceful Resolution for Myanmar

2021-03-31 | HWPL, an International Peace organization with a track record of creating peaceful resolutions for international conflict, has issued a statement calling for an end to the violence in Myanmar.


Tik Tok Channel Goes Viral With Almost 10 Million Views, Over 300 Thousand Likes Plus A Single Video With Over 2.3 Million Views And 230 Thousand Likes Three Days After Soft-launch

2021-03-30 | The Glenn County Exposed Tik Tok channel goes viral within days of launch. The Tik Tok channel's almost 10 Million video views and single video with in excess of 2.3 Million views, are directly attributed to local support for the cause and algorithm,


Influential Leaders Stand in Solidarity Against Violence Toward Asian Americans

2021-03-22 | Violent "hate crimes" against Asian Americans are on the rise in the United States and around the world. Politicians, celebrities and other influencers are coming together to show their support of the Asian American community.


Novel Released about Adventures in Andes near Machu Picchu

2021-03-11 | Beyond Machu Picchu Book Explores Cusco, Inca Trail and Ayahuasca Ceremony in Sacred Valley


Prison Policy Initiative Appoints Five New Board Members in Pursuit of Strategic Growth

2021-03-04 | Prison Policy Initiative Committed to Justice Reform


Can My Spouse Spy On Me During A Divorce Using My iPhone

2021-02-12 | During a divorce it is important to maintain privacy and security during confidential communications – especially those with your lawyer.


Deadline for FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Queries Expired January 5, 2021

2021-01-21 | Employers were required to conduct an annual query of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse on any CDL drivers they currently employ by January 5, 2021.


Abraham I Am Project Releases "Race War" Video, Offering Sober Insights into a Sensitive Topic

2020-12-19 | Works through multiple scenarios wherein white Americans pursue ethnic cleansing against non-whites


Kim Nam-hee, Former Assistant of Shincheonji Church Chairman Testifies Despite Several Previous Court Losses

2020-12-07 | The former assistant, who has lost every case against Chairman Lee and Shincheonji since 2017, testified in court regarding the alleged embezzlement of 5 million dollars to build a center for international peace events.


Grungo Colarulo's Free Uber/Lyft Ride Giveaway

2020-11-26 | Grungo Colarulo is encouraging safety behind the wheel by providing free Uber/Lyft rides on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to encourage people to remain sober when behind the wheel.


North Dakota Sheriff's and Deputies Association Partners with tip411 on Anonymous Tip System to Fight Substance Misuse & Crime

2020-11-12 | New statewide NDTip app helps better connect law enforcement with the public


'Code Blue: An Oath to the Badge and Gun' by Jamell Crouthers Available Now

2020-10-17 | New book offers an inside look at the reality of corruption within police departments.


650 Million Child Brides Worldwide Says GFA World

2020-10-09 | Special report coincides with International Day of the Girl, Oct. 11.


U.S. Citizen, Pascal Shakoure Charpentier Unlawfully Detained in INS Jail 74 DAYS

2020-09-17 | Immigration Judge Dara F. Reid will be giving her judgment on the question of Charpentier's citizenship on Thursday, September 17th at 1:00 p.m. at 201 Varick Street in Manhattan


BK Law Group Hires William Bailey to Head its New Criminal Division

2020-08-31 | Attorney William Bailey joins the BK Law Group, bringing his vast legal resume trying Minnesota and North Dakota criminal cases.


Joint Letter Sent to UN Secretary General to Stop Human Rights Violations and Religious Oppression in South Korea

2020-08-26 | Organizations from 62 countries have come together to urge the UN Secretary General to address the persecution and discrimination of South Korean Church Group Shincheonji and well-respected Global Peace Organization HWPL.


South Korea's Resurgence of COVID-19 Reveals Contrasting Reaction of Two Prominent Religious Leaders

2020-08-25 | Two leaders of different, large South Korean religious groups show a completely opposite reaction to virus control as their congregation members fall ill with COVID-19.



Mark Horwitz and Vince Citro Named to 2021 Best Lawyers® List

2020-08-20 | Mark Horwitz and Vince Citro have more than 45 years of combined experience handling criminal defense cases in Orlando, throughout Florida, and also across the United States.


Cop Blaster Disputes Accuracy of New York Times Article

2020-08-12 | A recent New York Times article included accusations blaming Cop Blaster for harassing phone calls and presented a statement of opinion in a threatening manner. Cop Blaster disputes the Times' claims and calls the article misleading.