My wife and I were lucky enough to find a realtor who fought for us to get our home. Nothing in here is surprising from what I've heard or experience from people I've spoke to. Read the extensive article or watch the video.
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In 1971, @newsday reporter George Usher wrote: “They are a strange mixture, the men and women who make their living on roller skates. Take them seriously and you might swear they would feel comfortable in a riot. Laugh with them and you might leave the Roller Derby match feeling you have been entertained.” @newsday photographer Don Jacobsen snapped this photo during a match between the New York Chiefs and the Texas Red Devils at the Commack Arena on December 28, 1971. “Scoring The most incidental part of the Roller Derby, really,” Usher said. “It is what takes place on the portable track that matters—not who wins or loses.” For the record, the Chiefs won 46-43.
#wapo #washingtonpost #nyt #newyorktimes and any other #news #media #publications that place vital #information behind a #paywall, understand that the #voting #public require #free #access to any and all information about #election candidates and election progress.
Take notes from NEWSDAY, which FREELY SHARED information on violations of federal housing law with the general public when investigative #journalists brought evidence of #racial #discrimination on black people and other minorities on Long Island. THANK YOU, #NEWSDAY.
***To Washington Post, New York Times, and all publications holding election-related information behind paywalls, you're operating against tenets of journalism and engaging in #unethical practice that has impact on election outcomes, and therefore also in the lives of the general public. Stop.***
[Former Prosecutor Misconduct Lawsuit Filed by Six Media Companies and Innocence Project Seeking Records]
[(NEW YORK, 100719) The Associated Press, Daily News L.P., Hearst Corporation, The New York Times Company, Newsday LLC, and ProPublica Inc. filed an amicus brief supporting Innocence Project’s lawsuit against Second Department Disciplinary Committee regarding opening its disciplinary proceedings files on former Suffolk County District Attorney Glenn Kurtzrock’s prosecutorial misconduct.]
[Kurtzrock was fired as assistant district attorney for egregious prosecutor misconduct involving several murder cases. No public report of disciplinary action has been made against him, while continuing to practice law in Suffolk County referencing being a "former homicide prosecutor."]
[Kurtzrock was fired in May 2017 when it was discovered he withheld evidence in the murder trial of Messiah Booker leading to Booker murder charges to be thrown out, due to illegal suppression of evidence. In February 2018, it was discovered Kurtzrock concealed 45 evidence items at trial leading to Shawn Lawrence exoneration for murder freeing him from 75 years to life sentence.]
[The Innocence Project is being represented in the lawsuit pro bono by Gregory S. Diskant of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP. The media companies are being represented by Ira M. Feinberg of Hogan Lovells US LLP, also on a pro bono basis.]
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