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the red flag law will reduce gun violence

In the wake of recent mass shootings in America, President Donald Trump, Sens. Lindsey Graham, Richard Blumenthal, and many other congressmen are encouraging the implementation of ERPO- Extreme Risk Protection Orders, also referred to as the “Red Flag Law” in America. This gun violence prevention law is believed to be a way to make society a much safer place. Researchers say this will not only...

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Mueller

The US politics has surrounded Robert Mueller for quite some time now; he was appointed as a special counsel to investigate the Russian government’s interference in the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Mueller’s report has turned into a debate whether President Donald J. Trump committed a crime, while he himself and most Congressional Republicans say he didn’t, the Democratic legislators and then presidential candidates say...

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Who formed constitutional laws? It is ironically an idea by the same human race which is subjected to capital punishment. The recent deliberation aired verbal and moral stabs against such punishments when the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to uphold the use of a controversial drug used in lethal injections. Justices voted in an Oklahoma case that using the sedative midazolam—which in some instances did not...

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The history of the world has proven a statement again and again: any government, democracy, or a monarchy despite of their stringent laws can never eliminate crimes within their boundaries. However they have not stepped behind in setting up authorities for operating or controlling these practices. Police authorities owing to their limited resources have been sluggish in operations. One such practice of the use of...

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suicide-workplace

The majority of bread-earners have a routine of visiting their offices, meeting the deadlines and corresponding to the needs of their bosses. But what would be their reaction when they get to know that their place of work is just paving the way to their cremation ground? The terror would definitely seize them when they reckon that their faithful service is just for the sake...

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15th March 2019 arrived as the day of cries, casualties and the immortal list of hate crimes in the island nation in the city of Christchurch. The Friday prayer offerers at Al Noon mosque never returned to their homes after becoming the prey of white supremacists exerting their undesired control with an excuse of far-right politics. But the one platform far sighting affected the execution...

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No doubts, the mankind is paving its way inching closer and closer to the dooms day. Is there any way left to construe the merciless feats of manhandling? Really! A broken window is capable enough to induce a person to commit crime? Strange but undeniable as the research by the Northeastern University’s professors unfolded ambiguous results.   Initially, researchers theorised that graffiti, abandoned buildings, panhandling, and other...

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  There’s no consensus over the interpretation of terrorism throughout the world, and for good excuse. People generally use the word instrumentally, in order to delegitimise actors they don’t like, or they’ll withhold use of the term in order to legitimise actors they do like. Despite of these arguments, it cannot be denied that the language of violence is unacceptable in every distinct corner of the world....

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The erroneous feats of the mankind have filled the bold headlines of the first pages. Crimes may not sound unfamiliar in the current era as the human soul has turned into a self-destructive instrument. Casino crimes have now added new dimensions of hardships for the legitimate authorities as their recent occurring were just hard to brush off. A detailed investigation held by the Jingfie Cui...

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