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The legal system is faulty and must be challenged in cases like this one .

#freecyntoiabrown A post shared by Amanda de Cadenet (@amandadecadenet) on In the 2011 PBS documentary, “Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story,” Brown spoke of physical and emotional abuse by her pimp.

In court, she pleaded self-defense after shooting and killing Johnny Allen, but was accused of first-degree premeditated murder, first-degree felony murder, and aggravated robbery by a jury, according to People.



Almost 90,000 IDs were checked at 180 venues in 15 Safe Night Precincts in Brisbane and regional centres, after trial runs on Friday night and last weekend.

In her case, Brown’s attorneys argued that this neurocognitive disease impaired her judgement, leading her to kill Allen.


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  2. eric   •  

    One notable survey of this nature, taken in Lesotho in 2003, found that 37 percent of the people interviewed reported a family member working in South Africa, 26 percent reported a family member permanently settled there, 21 percent had sought medical care there, and 18 percent acknowledged possessing South African identification documents.

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    Here's a good description from the BBC News Magazine piece "Who are the furries?

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