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    BillyC got a reaction from maryann in 8 MEN FREAKING OUT RIGHT ABOUT NOW....and their friends   
    She should do that. However she'll probably end up deceased and not of her own free will.
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    BillyC got a reaction from SgtRick417 in 8 MEN FREAKING OUT RIGHT ABOUT NOW....and their friends   
    She should do that. However she'll probably end up deceased and not of her own free will.
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    BillyC got a reaction from block in 8 MEN FREAKING OUT RIGHT ABOUT NOW....and their friends   
    She should do that. However she'll probably end up deceased and not of her own free will.
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    BillyC reacted to WMJ77 in 8 MEN FREAKING OUT RIGHT ABOUT NOW....and their friends   
    Ghislaine Maxwell to Expose Names of 8 Powerful Men Linked to Epstein's Crimes
    Convicted child sex trafficker will no longer conceal identiies of 'John Does'
    By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle  on 16th January 2022 @ 1.00pm © press Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer protect the identities of '8 John Does'   Convicted child sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has decided to expose the identities of eight powerful men linked to Jeffrey Epstein's crimes that she previously fought to conceal.
    Maxwell's legal team revealed she will no longer protect the names of "eight John Does" who allegedly raped Epstein's sex trafficking victims.
    One of Maxwell's attorneys stated in a letter to federal Judge Loretta Preska this week that she would no longer protect the identities of the “John Does.”
    The names were sealed in a 2015 civil lawsuit brought against Maxwell by Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
    Maxwell had previously refused to identify the men and her lawyers found to keep their identities hidden.
    “After careful review of the detailed objections submitted by Non-Party Does 17, 53, 54, 55, 73, 93, and 151, counsel for Ghislaine Maxwell writes to inform the Court that she does not wish to further address those objections,” said the Jan. 12 letter, signed by Laura Menninger.
    Have your say - ⇓ Hit the comments below ⇓
    © press Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of sex trafficking charges and is awaiting sentencing The letter was written the same day that a Manhattan federal court judge refused to dismiss Giuffre’s case against Prince Andrew.
    Ms. Giuffre’s legal team has long been battling for the “John Does” to be publicly identified.
    TRENDING: Ghislaine Maxwell to Expose Names of 8 Powerful Men Linked to Epstein Crimes
    “Now that Maxwell’s criminal trial has come and gone, there is little reason to retain protection over the vast swaths of information about Epstein and Maxwell’s sex-trafficking operation that were originally filed under seal in this case,” Sigrid McCawley, a lawyer for Giuffre, wrote to Judge Preska on Wednesday.
    Last month, Maxwell was convicted of five charges involving the sex trafficking of minors for the benefit of Epstein and his powerful friends.
    Giuffre did not testify in that trial but has accused Maxwell and Epstein in other lawsuits and public appearances.
      © press Virginia Roberts Giuffre is suing Prince Andrew for raping her when she was 17 In a lawsuit filed last year, Giuffre also accused Prince Andrew of sexually abusing her as a teenager – a charge that he vehemently denies – after Epstein and Maxwell allegedly brought her to him.
    It is not known whether the prince is one of the John Does in the 2015 case.
    On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth stripped Prince Andrew of his military titles after a judge cleared the sexual abuse case against him to move to trial.
    “With the Queen’s approval and agreement, the Duke of York’s military affiliations and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
    “The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.”
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    BillyC reacted to jaman in WINTER STORM WATCH   
    It not you Keyz, its the out of area crazies who have no idea how to drive in this.  If  if you hear  a truck drivers name Osugie Ofemuie or Salem Bin Laden. Bet on crazy weather driver.
     
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    BillyC got a reaction from jaman in WINTER STORM WATCH   
    Yes and i also saw on Pittsburgh news this morning that along with various other types of vehicles not allowed on the roads that motorcycles will be included.
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    BillyC got a reaction from Turd Ferguson in Superload To Move Through Central Pa., Drivers Urged To Take Caution   
    Yes and i'm sure they will use the extra money to fix our roads in Pa.
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    BillyC reacted to Bon in Superload To Move Through Central Pa., Drivers Urged To Take Caution   
    Why didn’t they move it across NY interstate then drop down into PA by Erie?
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    BillyC reacted to fedup in Superload To Move Through Central Pa., Drivers Urged To Take Caution   
    Cut the damn thing into pieces then move the smaller loads 
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    BillyC reacted to Gold Brick in WINTER STORM WATCH   
    We are in PA. Years ago it was just another winter day. What has happened to us? Complete panic over a few inches of snow.
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    BillyC reacted to jaman in WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY - JAN.8   
    UNless you have to, stay off 80 at that time. Thank you for our 1st responders. Sounds like Clearfield stations, 1, 5,  41, 37, 38, Jefferson 2,3,4 maybe busy. We hope not.
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    BillyC reacted to fedup in Best Route to Williamsport?   
    Take the back roads. See the country.
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    BillyC reacted to Petee in You really thought justice would be served....   
    And when are they going to take Rachael Levine to task rather than rewarding her.  She's the one who pushed all of the sick into the nursing homes in PA.  I think now she's just a figurehead with a string in her back that says, let me come to your office and we'll talk".
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    BillyC reacted to block in Punxsy Woman Busted With Meth In Brookville Claims She No Longer Speaks English   
    Right?  Not funny, but wow.
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    BillyC got a reaction from maryann in Punxsy Woman Busted With Meth In Brookville Claims She No Longer Speaks English   
    That is a bizarre story
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    BillyC got a reaction from block in Punxsy Woman Busted With Meth In Brookville Claims She No Longer Speaks English   
    That is a bizarre story
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    BillyC reacted to mollycan in Enough is enough   
    Dogs are gonna bark..fact of life.  Now if it goes on for a lengthy time period, then there's a problem.  Call the authority's. I would be afraid the dog was not being cared for.
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    BillyC reacted to Petee in DuBois Man Takes Payment For Heating Installation, Fails To Perform Work   
    Yep. just happened to my daughter this past summer.  They lost about $6000 but decided to hire their son and do it themselves and it turned out great.  They added a huge kitchen to their home and it is gorgeous!!
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    BillyC got a reaction from block in DuBois City To Fine Owners Of Abandoned, Blighted Properties   
    I thought there was an ordinance passed many years ago (because i went to a council meeting and requested that something needs done) that someone that starts working on a property and is the owner can't just keep saying it's an ongoing project. Why wait a year? Anyone now can just buy a property at a really low price and let it sit for a few years and do nothing? And then wait for the city to buy it?
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    BillyC reacted to WMJ77 in Coyote Attack Leaves Dog Injured For Second Time In DuBois   
    or shoot the coyote
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    BillyC reacted to allboys in Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians To Keep Naloxone On Hand To Combat Overdose Deaths   
    And if you save someone from overdosing that did not want to be saved?
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    BillyC reacted to Turd Ferguson in Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians To Keep Naloxone On Hand To Combat Overdose Deaths   
    Wouldn't keeping naloxone available for drug over doses be disrupting some selective process instead of letting nature take it's course?  
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    BillyC reacted to mr.d in Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians To Keep Naloxone On Hand To Combat Overdose Deaths   
    Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians to Keep Naloxone On Hand to Combat Overdose Deaths
    November 18, 2021 12:25 am· Author: Aly Delp   HARRISBURG, Pa. – On Tuesday, Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith joined Department of Health (DOH) Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, and the Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) at South Central EMS to encourage Pennsylvanians to keep naloxone on hand and highlight how residents, businesses, and first responders can access naloxone.
    (Pictured: Department of Health Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson)
    “As we work to deal with the increase in overdose deaths across the commonwealth, expanding access to naloxone continues to be a top priority of the Wolf Administration,” said DDAP Secretary Jen Smith. “You never know when you may come across an individual suffering from an overdose. There are numerous ways that Pennsylvanians can access life-saving naloxone and we’re here today to encourage that people take advantage of those resources.”
    Since 2014, previous Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and current Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, signed standing orders allowing members of the general public and first responders to obtain naloxone from their local pharmacy. More recently, Pennsylvania partnered with Prevention Point Pittsburgh and NEXT Distro to support a statewide mail-based naloxone program for individuals to request medication for personal use.
    “We know that naloxone is one of our greatest tools in the fight against substance use disorder,” Dr. Johnson said. “Carrying naloxone is the simplest and most direct way to assist in the event of an overdose. When used as directed, naloxone is fast acting and can save a life without risk to the intervening bystander.”
    South Central EMS is designated as the Centralized Coordinating Entity (CCE) for Dauphin County through the Naloxone for First Responders Program. County/Regional CCEs serve as the primary point of contact for first responders within their communities to request and receive naloxone at no cost. CCEs distribute available naloxone to the following priority first responder groups:
    Organizations that provide services and supports to individuals who are currently using substances, such as harm reduction organizations; Individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) and/or opioid use disorder (OUD) leaving the county and/or state correctional facilities; Individuals leaving a SUD/OUD treatment facility and/or in recovery; Individuals receiving care in emergency departments for an overdose; Probation and Parole Officers; Law enforcement agencies (including municipal police, sheriff’s offices, campus police, campus security, school resource officers, and park rangers); Firefighters (both volunteer and paid firefighters); Emergency medical services, advanced life support, basic life support, and emergency medical technicians; and/or Other first responder organizations serving individuals and communities impacted by substance use that are legally organized and trained to respond to overdose emergencies and administer intranasal naloxone. Since November 2017, through the Naloxone for First Responders Program, CCEs have distributed more than 114,069 kits of NARCAN to first responder groups, resulting in more than 19,138 reported overdose reversals to date.
    “PCCD remains committed to the distribution of naloxone throughout the state to prevent overdose deaths and save lives,” Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Executive Director Michael Pennington said. “Our agency will continue to work with our partners at the state and local levels to increase availability of this life-saving medication for individuals and communities with the greatest need.”
    DDAP recently announced its continued efforts to combat SUD and overdose deaths, including the rise in stimulant and polysubstance use. By establishing the Interagency Substance Use Response Team, the Wolf Administration is restructuring efforts to address all substance use disorders, by bringing together key players to resolve policy, procedural, and funding matters in relation to the addiction crisis across the commonwealth.
    To learn more about DDAP’s efforts in combatting the addiction crisis, visit ddap.pa.gov.
  24. HAHA
    BillyC reacted to buschpounder in DuBois Police Seek Public's Assistance With Identifying Attempted Robbery Suspect   
    They never get arrested at their place of work.
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    BillyC got a reaction from buschpounder in $1.4 Million Lottery Ticket Sold At Bobette Motel & Diner   
    No. He's a gambler. When i saw him he was in a card game with several other people.
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