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Moreno in his Facebook post wrote the file he saw at the police station had copies of his public criticisms of Mariela Castro, including a hashtag that mocked her.
Oceanside is rethinking the process for hiring a new police chief in the face of criticism from community leaders.
The city changed its policy, after coming under criticism from District Attorney Summer Stephan, and the crime lab manager left the department.
By then, authorities’ inaction had already led to widespread criticism.
That has become even more important at a time when it faces criticism for its initial handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which originated there.
THE RISE OF CHINA’S TEA DIPLOMACYPALLABI MUNSISEPTEMBER 9, 2020OZY
Though the Bucks beat the Orlando Magic 4-1 in the first round of the NBA playoffs, their 0-2 start in their conference semifinals matchup against the Miami Heat has the questions and criticisms piling up.
Recently, the New York Times reported on the new trend of sneaking a vacation and keeping it off social media to avoid criticism for traveling during the pandemic.
He pushed back on the suggestion that was a criticism of the governor and pointed out the county itself could have put in more restrictions but did not.
POLITICS REPORT: BRY VS. TRANSITANDREW KEATTS AND SCOTT LEWISAUGUST 29, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Kerry Kennedy joined the criticism this month when she published her statement on the website of RFK Human Rights.
I claim that it contains many errors of fact, and the Higher Criticism supports the claim; as we shall see.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD

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