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Taking Legal Action Against Corporations That Profit From Rape Videos

Published on May 14, 2021 at 4:17 pm in Big Branch.

There is a difference between pornography and rape videos. Pornography consists of two consenting adults who know they are being filmed, and then the video is released to the public for other people who are of age. However, there are different videos that get released to the public that are not made by two consenting adults.

When one party does not consent, or cannot consent, then the video is of their rape, and is morally wrong. Whether it was a person who was of the legal age, or a child, it is wrong to engage in sexual acts with a person who cannot consent and is even more wrong to record the act. Sometimes the act is filmed secretly, which makes it even more traumatic.

Many people have fallen victim to their rape videos being put on pornography websites illegally. Let’s take a look at how big the problem is and what sites are profiting off these videos.

Recent Disasters Reveal Needed Changes in Coal Industry

Published on Jan 16, 2015 at 2:20 pm in Big Branch, Elk River.

The coal industry has had a significant impact on the lives, families, and communities of West Virginia. Working in the coal mines is routine and commonplace for residents, so when disaster strikes, all are deeply affected. From the 2010 Big Branch Explosion to the 2014 Elk River chemical disaster, West Virginian’s know that mining accidents can strike at any time.

What does the Elk River chemical spill mean for the coal industry?

On January 9, 2014, the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection received numerous complaints concerning something in the air that was affecting the local community. A few hours later, it was determined that the Freedom Industries Charleston Plant on the Elk River was leaking 4-methylcyclohexane methanol (MCHM), a chemical used to purify coal before it is burned. The leak was in a tank that had not been inspected since 1991, and 10,000 gallons of MCHM had leaked into the Elk River and into the water treatment plant.

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