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1410991360000-Pa-Police-Barracks-ShootingCANADENSIS, PA. — Nine days after a gunman opened fire in a deadly ambush at a state police barracks, authorities have had no contact with the suspect they describe as a self-taught survivalist despite an intensive search that shut down the heavily wooded community where he lived with his parents.

Though a shelter-in-place order had been lifted in the Pocono Mountains community where police have focused their search, they continued to urge residents to be vigilant Sunday as the manhunt continues for Eric Frein.

A state police spokesman said no contact had been made with Frein, who was placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list after the Sept. 12 shooting at a nearby police barracks that left one trooper dead and a second wounded.

Police on Friday descended on the community where Frein, 31, had lived with his parents, ordering residents to stay inside their homes and preventing anyone outside the neighborhood from returning to their homes. Law enforcement officers wearing bulletproof vests and armed with rifles scoured the woods as helicopters buzzed overhead.

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I understand that the families of those killed by Police shootings are upset. I also understand a parents feelings when their child or young adult is killed when in their their kids are law abiding citizens.

Does that mean when a protest is organized does violence, robbery, destruction, looting need to be a part? Why does a bakery need to be burned 2 miles away that nothing to do with the shooting. Take an innocent bystander gang beaten because his color was the same as the cop?

To assume is to be an ASS people. If the police have to prove we are guilty of a crime then why can’t they be treated the same way? Ever think that maybe the police are more aggressive these days is because of the violence and disrespect they face everyday!

Originally posted on WPMT FOX43:

(CNN) — Does the word “virginity” evoke discussions of sexuality or religious belief?

That’s the question residents in Fayetteville, Arkansas, are asking after a junior high student was asked by school administrators to change out of a T-shirt that read “Virginity Rocks” last week.

Eighth-grader Chloe Rubiano of Ramay Junior High said she got the tee at a Christian festival last year; on the back, it continues its abstinence message: “I’m loving my Husband and I haven’t even Married Him.”

“I just really liked this shirt because I was always raised that way,” Rubiano told CNN affiliate KFSM. She said she was pulled out of class and given a gym shirt to change into because the message on her shirt “opens up too many doors for conversations” about sexual activity — or lack thereof.

After the incident, Rubiano’s mother, Bambi Crozier, took to Facebook to write a lengthy post defending…

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