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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
Ads featuring wanted posters of suspected terrorists are being removed from Seattle area buses.
The faces of global terrorism ads show sixteen photos with the message stop a terrorist save lives.
-- a 25 million dollar reward.
Democratic congressman Jim McDermott of Seattle sent a letter to FBI director Robert Mueller saying the -- is quote.
Not only offensive to Muslims and ethnic minorities but it encourages racial and religious profiling.
The Seattle times notes the sixteen wanted terrorists on the ad.
Are of varying ethnicities.
Seven -- from African countries for our from the Philippines.
One each from Malaysia and Chechnya.
And three are American born.
And again they're all wanted terrorists.
-- to various attacks.
Virginia's Radford University is in the process of -- -- 15100 diplomas because of not one but two spelling errors.
Virginia is missing blast high.
And they -- too is missing its second he.
School officials say the mistake boils down to human error with the text of the diploma manually being entered into the software program.
The same error apparently occurred on diplomas handed down to members of the class of 2012 who graduated in the fall but it appears no one reported the mistake.
And finally one man's effort to beautify the nation's capital.
Has left in in some hot water would DC's metro transit system.
Henry doctor anonymously plants flowers and areas he feels are in need of a little help.
He recently put seeds in 176.
Empty flower boxes outside -- DC metro station.
Now he tells the Washington Post metro officials are threatening him with the rest fines or imprisonment.
If he waters or weeds -- plants.
-- says it's because they -- planted on a steep incline where doctor could fall and hurt himself.
Doctor says he had no trouble getting to the boxes to plant the flowers he says -- honor metros wishes.
But is concerned the flowers will done.
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