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15 Jan, 2015 06:22

Pastor Shuts Down Gay Funeral, 10 Years in Jail for Recall Petition & Murder Charges for NM Cops

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin discusses the actions of a pastor in Colorado who stopped a funeral of a lesbian woman because a slideshow showed a pictures of her with her wife. Abby then discusses the MSM’s obsession with the Detroit auto show, but its failure to report on the shutting down of a homeless tent city just outside downtown. Abby then speaks with Larry Pinkney, spokesperson for Reverend Edward Pinkney, about the Rev. being sentenced to up to 10 years in jail for federal voter fraud after he upset the Whirlpool Corporation. Abby then goes over some of the recent cop brutality cases, in which cops were actually charged with a crime, including fatal shootings in Albuquerque and South Carolina. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with co-host of Ring of Fire radio, Mike Papantonio, about a federal lawsuit filed against the Dupont Corporation over the company’s poisoning of people’s drinking water.

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