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Forum Post: Occupy "FAUX NEWS" / Pepper Spray at UC Davis is a "food product"

Posted 12 years ago on Nov. 22, 2011, 6:32 p.m. EST by grz999 (0)
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The lies and propaganda that Fox "News" spreads needs to be checked. For example Bill O'Reily and his minion Megyn Kelly stating that the spray used at UC Davis is a "food product" is misleading (of course) I suggest we have an "Occupy FAUX NEWS" at EVERY AFFILIATE they have here in the USA!!! Here's the link and video:




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[-] 1 points by OccupyNews (1220) 12 years ago

and pizza is a school lunch vegetable according to freshly lobbied republicans.

[-] 0 points by alouis (1511) from New York, NY 12 years ago


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News Corp.'s (NYSE: NWS ) decision to repurchase $5 billion worth of the media conglomerate's shares, which have been tanking amid rancor over the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, is like giving a Band-Aid to someone who has just been stabbed. While the gesture would be appreciated, it is grossly insufficient, particularly if U.S. regulators launch an investigation under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

The accusations In a nutshell, the FCPA makes it illegal for U.S. companies to pay bribes overseas to win business. According to legal experts, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice may investigate New York-based News Corp. for possible FCPA violations.

News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch and other members of senior management could face legal liability if it can be proved that they knew about illegal conduct but failed to stop it, according to Mike Koehler, an assistant professor of business law at Butler University who edits an FCPA blog. He added that just because a company faces scrutiny, that doesn't mean its executives will as well.