Monthly Archives: October 2021

The inconsistent ethics of whale research

Item body Almost 40 years after a majority of the member states of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) voted in 1982 to end commercial whaling indefinitely, whaling continues, although to a lesser extent everything like scientific research using the products of this hunt. And according to a new study, that …

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SHERIFF SALE BY VERTU | Legal notices

SHERIFF SALE UNDER a writ of execution issued by the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Cape May County, pending DOCKET No. F-008083-19, in which STURDY SAVINGS BANK is the plaintiff and WILLIAM LLOY, D JR., ET AL are the Defendants, I will be exhibiting for sale in a …

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Pandora Trust Disclosures – Less Fraud Than Expected

Investor in pain getty The new WikiLeaks-style disclosures and “revelations” about offshore and domestic “secret trust” agreements will reveal a large number of legitimate and perfectly legal family planning agreements that are typically established for non-tax purposes by US taxpayers and non-Americans. The asset protection trust It is perfectly legal …

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Battle Ground votes against “medical freedom” ordinance

Following a heated exchange, Battle Ground City Council on Monday rejected a proposed “medical freedom” ordinance in a 4-2 vote. Council members Brian Munson and Shauna Walters voted in favor of the ordinance; Mayor Adrian Cortes, Deputy Mayor Phillip Johnson and council members Shane Bowman and Cherish DeRochers voted against. …

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