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Reported use of force declines in Florida prisons

The number of incidents in which Florida Department of Corrections officers used force on inmates has declined to a five-year low, according to an annual report from the department’s Office of Inspector General. The decrease in reported incidents reverses an upward trend, which had seen a near doubling of use of force from 2007 to 2012.

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Dakota Access pipeline protesters give their reasons for joining Standing Rock

Thousands of activists have setup camp at Standing Rock to protest the four-state, 3.8-billion dollar pipeline planned to go through the area and its affect on the local water supply. Military veterans have stepped forward as well to defend the North Dakota land from the pipeline and have pledged to act as a human shield if necessary.
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Dakota Access pipeline protesters give their reasons for joining Standing Rock 2:58

Dakota Access pipeline protesters give their reasons for joining Standing Rock

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