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newtboy says...

Cool. The article I read was from last Saturday and indicated only the bike thrower even faced any charges, and he's unknown. Not sure how he faces charges if they have no clue who he is.

It indicated no charges pending at all for the lying woman or motorcycle guy, or the others that blocked and hit/kicked the car. I hope your info is correct. Note, this happened months ago.

Got a link to your info?
Here's where I got some of mine....
https://life.gomcgill.com/family-black-angry-mob-white-woman-claim-car

eric3579 said:

"On Wednesday afternoon, deputies said they were preparing charges that are being send to the prosecutors.

The woman is being charged with disorderly conduct, the man who jumped on the hood was arrested on a separate warrant and the first man in the video wearing a hood will also be charged.

As of Wednesday, the man on the motorcycle has not been charged and neither has the man who threw the bicycle. Deputies said the man who threw the bike has not been identified and will likely face charges."
https://www.khq.com/top_story/article_472f0cb4-5e6f-11ea-83d7-ff91d4e4e5ae.html

noims says...

Thanks for the response. I typically completely forgot to put that up, but it's there now. No freedom and no pub make Noims something something.

eric3579 said:

I say go for it. There are no rules about such things and I can't see a downside as far as VideoSift is concerned. Worst that happens is it's removed (*dead) eventually, but on the flip side some sifters may be exposed to something they may really enjoy.

eric3579 says...

CORONAVIRUS

Digestive Symptoms (diarrhea) Are Indicative of COVID-19 Disease, and often present themselves earlier than respiratory symptoms.

A new study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology on March 18, 2020, found most patients with COVID-19 disease present with typical respiratory symptoms and that many (~48%) patients experienced digestive symptoms as their chief complaint.

“Clinicians must bear in mind that digestive symptoms, such as diarrhea, maybe a presenting feature of COVID-19, and that the index of suspicion may need to be raised earlier in these cases, rather than waiting for respiratory symptoms to emerge,” write the authors.

"Moreover, these patients have a longer time from onset to admission and their prognosis is worse than patients without digestive symptoms."
https://journals.lww.com/ajg/Documents/COVID_Digestive_Symptoms_AJG_Preproof.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1lPvV0W4ZaFahffzfd3DsXM1zbGZSlAhQo9JfrMBTl5evD43cpSklkdEo

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