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Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
In 2008, Angelica Robinson, who says she she began an affair with Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee this year, sued the City of Detroit and Detroit Police Department alongside the ACLU alleging employment discrimination while pregnant.

Chief Godbee was suspended Tuesday by Mayor Dave Bing after allegations surfaced that he had been seeing Officer Angelica Robinson, who currently works in Internal Affairs. She exposed the affair on Tuesday after sending a photo of herself pointing a pistol in her mouth over Twitter last weekend.
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News Flash: People are wasting a lot of time online. No, really, it's true. While this may not be news to some of you (especially anyone with a "FarmVille" account), the sheer magnitude of the amount of wasted time may surprise even the most jaded among you.
Colin Darke: Inspired Detroit: New Show, New Blog, New Fellowship, New Museum
Inspired Detroit's artists are established and emerging artists who have an artistic practice where they seek to encourage other artists. They have added coal to the fire of ideas that create a glowing symbol of Detroit's possibilities.
Chuck Collins: A Voting Guide for the 99 Percent
If voters put on their "99 to 1" special glasses, then we can look forward to a political realignment in the coming years.
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm: Debunking the Myth: Obama's Two-Year Supermajority
Mitt Romney's at it again -- shading the truth on CBS News' 60 Minutes. He's perpetuating the false Republican narrative that President Obama should have gotten more done during his first two years in office because he had a supermajority in the Senate.
Michael Moore: Mitt Didn't Build That
From the start, Bain Capital had support from the government. We all built that. Just don't ever mention that in public.

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