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The mayor of Muncie, Indiana, was arrested by the FBI in a corruption probe

By Chuck Johnston and Eric Levenson, CNN

Updated 12:05 PM EST, Mon November 18, 2019

 

(CNN)Dennis Tyler, the Democratic mayor of Muncie, Indiana, was arrested at his home on Monday morning, according to the FBI.

An arrest warrant was executed at Tyler's home at 7:30 a.m., and he is currently in FBI custody, according to Chris Bavender, spokeswoman with the FBI in Indianapolis.

The US Attorney's Office in the Southern District of Indiana said acting US Attorney Josh Minkler will hold a press conference Monday afternoon to announce charges related to public corruption. Sarah Beach, information coordinator with Muncie, said the city will release further information when they receive it.

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2 minutes ago, st1ckboy said:

So for the guys that always complain about the government, what is your ideal situation?

I can't speak for lou but I'm sure it involves everyone moving to Westwood at some point.

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9 minutes ago, mtangelsfan said:

Yep but no corporate welfare either

Than what do we do with the Johnson and Johnson, and round ups the world, that have killed people by putting profits over everything? Let the free market sort it out? What amount coalmine waste? We cool with that in our water?

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12 minutes ago, st1ckboy said:

Than what do we do with the Johnson and Johnson, and round ups the world, that have killed people by putting profits over everything? Let the free market sort it out? What amount coalmine waste? We cool with that in our water?

The government should let the market break up mega corporations instead of creating regulations which entice them to conglomerate. 

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3 minutes ago, Lhalo said:

The government should let the market break up mega corporations instead of creating regulations which entice them to conglomerate. 

I’m literally working with a lobby firm right now trying to negotiate with the CA legislature, insurance requirements which will insure no small business could enter the delivery or ride share market. It’s gross

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10 minutes ago, Lhalo said:

The government should let the market break up mega corporations instead of creating regulations which entice them to conglomerate. 

I'm more talking about the people killed from using a product like round up. Should we regulate them, or let the free market sort itself out?

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2 minutes ago, st1ckboy said:

I'm more talking about the people killed from using a product like round up. Should we regulate them, or let the free market sort itself out?

Solve the problem by repealing regulations instead of creating more. Regulations (corporate, labor, tax, etc.) impede competitive markets and facilitate monopolistic entities. Monsanto wouldn’t be pulling that shit if they knew they didn’t have the political clout and power to get away with it. The same can be said about the banking industry.

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