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Among the channels affected was that of British X Factor success story Leona Lewis.The official You Tube channel of the protégé of music industry svengali Simon Cowell, lost nearly 24million page views as a result of the crackdown.In another image, the woman shows the children how to wear a harness to which the strap-on is attached.The photographs displayed in the original article were not in fact pictures of a Florida substitute teacher named Sharon Mercer, but rather pictures of Carlyle Jansen, the founder and owner of Good for Her (a progressive, female-friendly sex store in Toronto, Ontario), who has upon occasion been invited to give talks about sexual health at Toronto-area high schools.A fellow officer said he did not report the incident immediately for fear of retaliation.That same year, the department settled a lawsuit with a man who accused the department of orchestrating a bogus drug bust at his home.
In one image, the teacher even shows how to insert the strap-on while her buttocks are in the air and her legs up over her head.
“[The prosecutors] had knowledge,” Public Defender Debbie Katz Levi told .
“They watched it and were appalled by what was on the video, and then for whatever reason made the choice to continue to call him as a witness.” The Baltimore Police Department said in a statement that they take the allegations “very seriously,” and have launched an internal investigation.
Footage shows officer placing drugs in trash; goes out to street, turns on camera, returns.
Cams save 30 sec prior to activation, w/o sound pic.twitter.com/5ZW128l WFM — Justin Fenton (@justin_fenton) July 19, 2017The charges were eventually dropped, but the officer in question was reportedly called in to testify on another case just one week later.
On 15 September 2014, the Info Wars web site published an article about a purportedly worrisome incident in Jacksonville, Florida.