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This year was a big year for the environment, with conservation and renewable energy finally enjoying the spotlight in the mainstream media. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest stories of the year, and what the future might hold for 2014.
January was a victory for renewable energy. Japan announced plans to start work on the biggest wind farm in the world. The wind farm will feature 143 wind turbines, and will be located 16KM off the cost of Fukushima, the site of the nuclear reactor that was severely damaged during the Tsunami of 2011.
Monterey Police Officer John Olney pulled over a Homeless senior woman on September 19th, 2012 for "impeding traffic" in the middle of the night, when there was "no traffic". Claiming that she was in violation of "Vehicle Code 22400", while driving on Garden Road for going "too slow".
The code that she was cited for was for driving "too slow" on the Highway, not on a City Street, something that Officer John Olney should have known.
The Officer was even "caught lying" on the Police Videotape, stating that she was driving 18mph and as low as 6mph, when the Police Radar documented... (more)
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