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Now for some fresh pickings from the political grapevine a reply all fail for the Los Angeles police department.
The Atlantic monthly reports that a local television producer was working on a story about animal trafficking a month after the LAPD held a press conference.
Promising that they were going to crack down on the practice.
The head of the LAP these media relations department sent the email to a fellow officer but.
-- -- the producer.
This story could be a black guy for -- the officer wrote if we don't have a few arrests to show.
The -- has been on the books for months now and the rabbit people are gonna scream that we don't care is there anyway.
That you or your crew could make a few arrests for illegal animal purchasing.
So we could avoid negative coverage.
When called on at the LAPD officer said it was just the -- to enforce the already existing law.
Ever write a negative review -- -- web -- -- this story might make you think twice the next time you think about doing it.
A judge in Virginia has ordered a woman to change her negative Yelp review about a building contractor.
The woman's right up accused the construction company of damaging her house and stealing jewelry.
Police found no connection between the company in the missing jewels the construction company sued for three quarters of a million dollars.
The woman's attorney says the ruling amounts to the judge copy editing her review.
And finally some of the staunchest vocal supporters of the 99%.
Are themselves prominent members of the 1%.
For their vocal skills in Forbes report of the 25 highest paid musicians you'll find four of them giving at least lip service to the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Number two Roger Waters of Pink Floyd made a video saying the country's being run for the benefit of the rich.
He just happens to be one of them he made 88 million dollars last year Katy Perry visited Occupy Wall Street -- then husband Russell Brand.
Then -- up on Twitter.
She took in 45 million dollars Jay-Z sold T -- to occupiers and as far as we know.
Didn't share the profits and Kanye West's net worth ninety million dollars turned up in an occupy protest.
In gold -- No word on whether the artists mentioned will donate any of their wealth to the 99 for senators who made the branch.
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