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    Cam Jordan best 7 Player in NFCS

    I try to remain fair and unbiased. I think the list is pretty accurate.
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    Cam Jordan best 7 Player in NFCS

    1. Cam Newton. 2. Luke Kuechly 3. Ace Boogie 4. Cameron Jerrell Newton 5. Superman 6. Cam 7. #1
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    CarolinaHuddle Pick'em - Week 3 (READ ME)

    CIN @ CAR: CAR NYJ @ CLE: CLE NO @ ATL: ATL DEN @ BAL: BAL NYG @ HOU: HOU TEN @ JAX: JAX SF @ KC: KC OAK @ MIA: MIA BUF @ MIN: MIN IND @ PHI: PHI GB @ WAS: GB LAC @ LAR: LAR CHI @ AZ: CHI DAL @ SEA: DAL NE @ DET: NE PIT @ TB: TB MNF Line: 59 pts
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    Yeah, it's an unfortunate reality. I do think we are moving in the right direction, though. According to a report done by the DoD, 1 in 3 military members choose to report their sexual assault up from 1 in 14 in 2006(1 in 3 is consistent with the Civilian world). Victims (I say victims because 20% of the reports are by Males) are alot more trusting of the system and more willing to take advantage of the resources they have now than they were a decade ago. Unfortunately, according to the report, only 62% of the reports end in disciplinary action. But if the statistics on rainn.org are correct, that percentage is much higher than the civilian world.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    What numbers are you looking at? I'm just curious because my section sees every case that makes it to trial in the Eastern Judicial Circuit and 99% of the rape or sexual assault cases I've seen have ended in a conviction. There was one that I remember didnt end in conviction but that was for a good reason. Now this is specific to the Eastern Circuit in the Marine Corps. What the AF, Army or Navy do is on them. Also, if they never made it to trial, then the Command couldn't find evidence that justified sending it to trial. Commanders tend to act with extreme prejudice when it comes to getting these wrong-doers out of their ranks so if they can't find evidence, then they really can't find evidence.
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    Positives from the game....

    Funchess is who we thought he was.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    So you dont think libertarianism would work in a capitalist system?
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    I'm all for it. My only question is who gets to dangle the carrots? I think the public would question the legitimacy of some these investigations if theres no wrong doing found in some of these departments. The civilian world is set up a bit differently.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    Funny you should ask that. I work in that field. Once wrong doing is brought up to the command, the command launches an investigation. If the command finds that there was a reason to believe that there was a violation of the UCMJ, they fill out a request for legal services. The trial section and prosecution take it from there. Once the trial is over, if there was a conviction that involves a discharge, it goes through several appellate courts automatically. If not, the Review Chief looks it over and makes sure the trial was conducted fairly. If there are claims of wrong doing (injustices by the court) brought by the defense, it goes up to the appellate courts. The military judges take that especially serious because if they fug up a case, that leaves a stain on their career. Any influence by the command will result in the case being dismissed and tried again. The command could get in big trouble for interfering with a case after its handed to the government.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    That's what I'm saying. If the investigating party is a government authority, there would always be the assumption that they hold a bias.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    Kind of defeats the point of being a libertarian, doesnt it?
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    Lol. I'm more of a Gary Johnson guy.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    I mean I'd be down for that if it helped the communities engage with law enforcement better. If they have nothing to hide, then they shouldn't have a reason to oppose it, right? But my question to you is how do you ensure that the investigating party doesnt hold a bias?
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    I'd like to think not. But if that's the way it is, how do you fix that? I've been out of the loop for a while.
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    ACAB is the only rhyme scheme

    It's always been like that. I've always been in the minority on the board. It's all good, man.
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