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Feb 22, 2022

An Atlanta police officer was ordered to pay $1.5 million to a Black transgender woman who was falsely imprisoned for trafficking cocaine back in 2015. Ju’Zema Goldring claimed she was racially profiled and targeted based on her race and sexual orientation and was able to prove that in court since officer found no trace of cocaine anywhere in her purse even after spending almost six months in prison.
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The Young Turks: February 22, 2022

Finnish cross country skier Remi Lindholm was struck with a starling injury during the 30km freezing ski race at the Beijing Winter Olympics. Lindholm suffered from frostbite on the his penis, the second time it has happened in his career.
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The non-profit Mars Society is putting on a simulated Mars colonization camp to test and observe what future astronauts will have to deal with if humans want to someday colonize the planet. Located in the deserts of south-eastern Utah, the Mars Desert Research Station gathers strangers together in a small base camp to simulate what the colonization of Mars could look like and how humans can approach the effort.
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Donald Trump’s new social media platform Truth Social has been riddled with controversy since its inception and is continuing the trend as the app ‘launched' just yesterday. For how much complaining Trump and co. do about cancel culture, the platform has already banned a parody account that claimed it was founder Devin Nunes’ cow.
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New page: An Atlanta police officer was ordered to pay $1.5 million to a Black transgender woman who was falsely imprisoned for trafficking cocaine back in 2015. Ju’Zema Goldring claimed she was racially profiled and targeted based on her race and sexual orientation and was able to prove that in court since officer found no trace of cocaine anywhere in her purse even after spending almost six months in prison. - TYT.com