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Marin Voice: Remembering goal ‘to form a more perfect union’

September 7, 2017

Click On Below Text For full Article: On a recent Saturday, on a beautiful spring evening in the multipurpose room of Vallecito Elementary School, I experienced what the framers of our Constitution must have meant by “a more perfect union.” The gym was full of people from many walks of life — Jews, Muslims, Christians, …

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Battling nuclear demons: Mental health issues haunt those who were the first line of defense after 3/11

September 7, 2017

Click On Below Text For full Article: Ryuta Idogawa traces the onset of his battle with mental illness to a moment not long after his parents had been relocated to Saitama from their hometown of Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture, in the spring of 2011.

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Navy Families Sue Fukushima Operators for Wrongful Death

September 7, 2017

Click On Below Text For full Article: SAN DIEGO (CN) — Families of five Navy service members who died after responding to the Fukushima nuclear meltdown have sued Tokyo Electric Power Co., blaming the deaths on radiation illnesses contracted from the March 2011 disaster.

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Retired Oakland police sergeant in court for sex-scandal case

November 1, 2016
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Woman at center of police sex scandal files $18M claim against San Francisco

November 1, 2016

Click on text below to open article. This image shows Jasmine Abuslin at a news conference. Abuslin is the woman at the center of a sex scandal involving officers from several Bay Area department. (KGO-TV )Attorneys for a teen at the center of a sexual exploitation scandal that has led to investigations in a number …

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$66 million civil lawsuit filed in Oakland police sex scandal

November 1, 2016
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Retired Oakland cop in court for allegedly failing to report sex abuse

November 1, 2016

Retired Oakland police Sgt. LeRoy Johnson had no comment as he appeared in court Monday, accused of not reporting child abuse involving Jasmine Abuslin, the daughter of an Oakland police dispatcher. Johnson did not enter a plea and was ordered to return to court in December. His attorney also declined to discuss the case.Retired Oakland cop …

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Jasmine Abuslin’s ‘new life’ began in safe house with armed guards

November 1, 2016

 Click on text Below to view entire article A young woman at the center of a police sex scandal that rocked seven law enforcement agencies in the Bay Area has a “new life” after lawyers took serious measures to keep her away from places and habits that landed her in so much controversy. (KGO-TV) But …

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