The powerful explosion in Aliso Viejo, which is about 50 miles south of Los Angeles, left one woman dead and three others injured.
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ex-boyfriend and business partner Stephen Beal, 59, of Long Beach, was arrested yesterday. charge: suspicion of owning an unregistered explosive device. the ex-husband's cleared. for now. with an explosive device implicated all the investigative branches of the federal government, with unlimited resources, step in. it's part of the homeland security initiative.
How do we know that the package was not delivered by David and Kayna at ABC News? These stories of explosions, death, children being displaced all seem to have the same thing in common to me, advertising income for the network and job security for the news anchors. When I watched this story, there was an advertisement for Tylenol. The people who make Tylenol have deep pockets. Maybe we viewers should question the authority that news agencies grant upon themselves.
we need to stop categorizing terrorist by race, a terrorist is a terrorist. i understand that trump also does this blaming and i disagree with that too. we can't just sit around pointing the finger at people who so happen to be in the same group as others. all nazis were german but not all germans were nazis. Most white people are racist, but not all whites are racist. most terrorist are muslim, but not all muslims are terrorists. unfortunately racism is a endless spinning circle, a fire that will endlessly burn.
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