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Epstein prison records fabricated & Nestlé GUZZLING Florida’s freshwater

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins discuss how New York is the latest state to file a lawsuit against Juul alleging their marketing practices are directly responsible for fueling the teen vaping epidemic that has swept the country. Also, two federal prison guards, assigned to keep watch over Jeffrey Epstein on the night of his death, have been indicted for neglecting a series of mandatory check-ups, then fabricating records to cover their tracks. Plus, Twitter has changed its terms of service and has now banned ads that target specific political parties and candidates.

RT correspondent Brigida Santos then walks us through an Illinois investigation that reveals tens of thousands of schoolchildren, some as young as FIVE, have been unlawfully isolated from their classmates as a form of punishment in over 100 districts, often for infractions as mundane as spilling milk.

Finally, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses how Nestlé is now pushing to drastically increase its extraction of freshwater from Florida waterways to over one million gallons a DAY, sending alarm bells ringing among environmental activists concerned with the growing problem of freshwater scarcity in the US.

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