He's the billionaire scion of Thailand's biggest auto parts manufacturer who could have led a quiet, comfortable life. Instead, he's fighting to save his country's democracy, and in doing so has put himself in the crosshairs of the military-led government.

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Facebook staff are calling CEO Mark Zuckerberg out for refusing to take down a threatening post by President Trump — some cited Twitter, which censored the post for "glorifying violence." Zuckerberg called it "offensive" but says it doesn't violate Facebook's rules.

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They went as far as trying to frame one of our admins for being responsible for everything after he released his statement (). Lets see who is lying once the private messages get dropped. That's it for now. We have bigger fucking issues.

Driven By Spite: @SidneyPowell1  says Judge Emmet Sullivan’s new brief makes it clear that he has abandoned any pretense of impartiality and wants to prosecute General Michael Flynn himself. #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

Breaking: Medical examiners hired by George Floyd's family said his death was a homicide caused by asphyxia, a finding that differs from a local government autopsy

I spoke w a few active / former big city police commanders. Asked them: assume there will be a major protest. What’s the best way to handle if the commander’s intent is zero police violence, zero injuries and zero property damage? Here is a summary of what they suggested.

Anonymous is a decentralized movement. We have no leader.

Trump calls nation's governors ‘weak’, urges them to ‘dominate’ protests @kaitlancollins  reports

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#Tropical Depression Three formed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon. A tropical storm warning has been issued in Mexico:

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Grindr removes 'ethnicity filter' from app after complaints, saying it has a "zero-tolerance policy for racism"

Facebook employees speak out on social media in opposition to the company’s handling of posts from President Trump that have been widely condemned as attempts to incite violence.

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