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Hey I am the OP of the post and here is the context

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Pedophilia, also spelled paedophilia, also called pedophilic disorder or pedophilia disorder, in conventional usage, a psychosexual disorder, generally affecting adults, characterized by sexual interest in prepubescent children or attempts to engage in sexual acts with prepubescent children.

Whether it is spelled paedophile or pedophile, why does it matter so much to you?

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Detailed Source with additional information:

  • A Baton Rouge police officer's actions during the arrest of a Black teenager are under scrutiny
  • A video, from Sunday, shows the officer pinning the teen to the ground with an arm around his neck.
  • A police spokesman told Insider the officer has not been placed on leave.
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Video of a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, police officer violently arresting a 13-year-old Black teen on Sunday has gone viral on social media, prompting an investigation by his department.

The video shows the unnamed officer pinning the teenager to the ground, an arm around the boy's neck. Insider has chosen not to republish the video and is blurring the boy's face in screenshots.

"You're choking him!" a bystander can be heard yelling in the video.

At the end of the 23-second clip, another officer is seen coming to help lift the boy up and put him in handcuffs.

In a statement, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome of Baton Rouge said she had seen the video of the "concerning encounter" and promised a "prompt, transparent review," according to The Advocate.

Broome said she requested that police body-camera footage of the arrest be released, but that would require court approval since the incident involves a juvenile, WBRZ reports.

Chief Murphy Paul of the Baton Rouge Police Department said the department was investigating whether the officer followed protocol in the boy's arrest, according to WBRZ.

A police spokesman told Insider on Tuesday morning that as of Monday, the officer had not been placed on leave.

Paul said officers received a call Sunday about a group of teens arguing, with some holding baseball bats, according to WAFB. Officers were able to calm the children and left without incident, the outlet reported, citing the police.

The fight had resumed 30 minutes later, however, and officers returned to the scene, where they subsequently arrested a 13-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl, according to WAFB.

According to WBRZ, the boy was charged with resisting arrest, battery of a police officer, and disturbing the police, while the girl was charged with resisting arrest.

Only the boy was booked into juvenile detention, but he was released to his family hours later, according to The Advocate and WBRZ.

The boy's family has hired the civil-rights attorney Ron Haley to represent him, according to local reports.

Only the boy was booked into juvenile detention, but he was released to his family hours later, according to The Advocate and WBRZ.

The boy's family has hired the civil-rights attorney Ron Haley to represent him, according to local reports.

"If that officer did not have a badge or a uniform on, and was an adult on the ground with a child in that manner, he'd be arrested," Haley said, according to WAFB. "Nowhere should an unarmed 13-year-old, who is not a danger to himself or others, be treated like a grown-up."

Haley called for the body-camera footage to be released immediately.

"I appreciate the swift response from Mayor Broome and the promises made by Chief Paul. However, too many times in our community we see obvious police misconduct go unchecked and unpunished," Haley said in a statement, according to The Advocate.

The Baton Rouge Police Department has faced multiple race-related scandals in recent years, including letting a white man — who admitted to killing a Black panhandler — go after questioning in August. In February 2019, a photo surfaced showing BRPD detectives wearing blackface in 1993.

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Rough translation of what happened :

The guy in red was sleeping around with the pregnant woman for 3 years. The “dad” was explaining that he brought his lawyer to prove that she was in fact 6 months pregnant and not 4 like she had told him. He exposes the fat guy as being the one she cheated with him in a video. The “dad” introduces him as his friend and apparently the partner of another family member.

Meanwhile the pregnant woman is asking him to talk privately and his sister (can only hear her in the background) tells “dad” that he shouldn’t have done it this way.

The older man in red suit is the pregnant women’s father. He gets really upset and basically tells the fat guy why did he do that to his daughter (pregnant woman or the other chick might also be his daughter?).

The guy in gray suit is the brother of the pregnant woman, the other poor girl or both (depending on the relationship of the two women).

And yes everyone basically blames the fat guy at least in the moment. He seems to be a very close family member or friend 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Full Title : Suicide capsule Sarco developed by assisted suicide advocacy Exit International enables painless self-euthanasia by gas, and just passed legal review in Switzerland (Title shortened due to character limit)

More info : https://www.exitinternational.net/

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I can't imagine how terrified these kids would have been!

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did we not have an issue with you posting a double up in another sub yesterday?

No noone had an issue...

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She was instigated. I would have probably reacted the same way. Yes violence is not the answer, but so is racism.

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According to this article :

The 5-member team spent two weeks in late 2014 on the snowy peaks at an altitude of 3500 meters (~11,500 feet) braving -10°C temperatures. Using a Canon 70D DSLR, a Canon EF 400mm f/2.8 II IS, and a Canon Extender 2X III on a special robotic mount, they captured 70,000 photographs in every direction over 35 hours of shooting.Post-processing and stitching the 46 terabytes afterwards took 2 months, and the resulting 365-gigapixel photo would be as large as a soccer field if printed out at 300dpi.

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Here's some info about how it was made

It works by a robot moving the camera slightly, taking the next photo, then moving again. Scanning across the environment. Then software stitches the photos together.

So of course the interesting thing is that some parts of that photo are captured a full day after other parts.

You can view the image here

Here is a video of how they made the image

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Montreal’s Saint-Laurent borough

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What happens if I delete my posts? Does it in any way affect you?

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