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The connection is not a square peg in a square hole, but its damn close. Marine Corps leadership was involved in murder, crime scene cover-up, narcotrafficking (cocaine, the drug of choice), the shredding of records, and the denial of injuries from
A bad experience with a business debt inspired four Marine veterans to band together and start their own collection service. Seated are Keith Hernandez, left, and Nick Velez, both 24, and standing are Richard Hernandez, 28, left, and Nick Toscano, 25.
Wednesday May 25, 2011 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States...They fired 71 rounds in seven seconds, striking him 60 times. Then, to add insult to injury, the deputies under the command of Pima
In a time of mega-million-dollar special effects and 3-D spectaculars, it's reassuring to know that a good story with heart and soul can still move the Academy. Grammy winning County superstar Clint Black's Original Song "A Better Life" for the
Advocates pushing for answers about water contamination at Marines Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., have taken their documents on the road. Mike Partain, a male breast cancer survivor from Florida, and Jerry Ensminger, a retired master sergeant in White Lake,
Peter Devereaux was told about a year ago that he had just two or three years to live. More than 12 months later, at 48, he still isn't ready to concede that the cancer that's wasting his innards is going to kill him. He swallows his pills and