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RT America - October 12, 2018

RT Reporter’s Facebook Account Among Hundreds Removed

Facebook began a massive purge resulting in the removal of nearly 560 pages and more than 250 accounts. Now the individuals who poured countless hours into building a fan base on Facebook are left wondering if their pages are gone for good and if there is anything they can do to reverse the decision. RT America’s Ashlee Banks is joined by someone who was directly affected by the purges, RT correspondent, Rachel Blevins.

Turkey Releases US Pastor, Saudi Journalist’s Fate Still Unknown

Pastor Andrew Brunson has been released from detention in turkey. He was held for two years on accusations of backing an attempted coup in 2016. RT correspondent dan cohen has the latest. RT America’s Dan Cohen reports. For analysis RT America’s Ashlee Banks is joined by former Pentagon official, Michael Maloof.

White Woman Calls Police on Black Man for Babysitting White Children
In Atlanta, Georgia a woman called the police on a black man who was babysitting two white children. Corey Lewis was in a Walmart parking lot with the two kids when an unidentified woman approached him.  She then said, “Something looks weird” and called the police. Afterward she proceeded to follow him home. The parents of the two kids are longtime friends of Lewis and had the chance to speak with the responding officer on the phone. For analysis, RT America’s Ashlee Banks is joined by attorney Eric R. Johnson II.

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