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#Elvis Presley did fundraising for a number of charities, including the March of Dimes, his own Elvis Presley Charitable Foundation, and the American Cancer Society.

"Fight Cancer with a Checkup and a Check"

January 6th, 1956. #ElvisHistory
Elvis with March of Dimes poster child Mary, visiting him at Graceland in 1958.
While Evil Panda bides his time.
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#QAnon Is the Embodiment of the Latter Day Patriot Causing the Left Behind to Cower in Disbelief [VIDEO] #LionelNation🇺🇸 #MAGA @realDonaldTrump #QAnon #FreeTommy #VoteRed #WeThePeople #GreatAwakening #TrumpArmy #Deplorables #WWG1WGA #ClintonBodyCount
@THEKINGthemovie is beyond pathetic and should be avoided at all cost. #TrumpDerangementSyndrome on steroids. Disjointed and scattered, discursive and desultory. Was this an #Elvis doc or an anti @realDonaldTrump propaganda? You know it's going to reek when @AlecBaldwin's in it.
#QAnon references and guides. Yet again.
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Le procès des policiers qui apparaissent dans cette vidéo vient de débuter au tribunal de Bobigny. Le policier Turpin est poursuivi pour violences. Le policier Dautricourt pour non-assistance à personne en danger. #Elvis
La défense a demandé le renvoi du procès en raison d'un nouvel élément sur le nombre de jours d'ITT. Le procureur dit que vu la "gravité des faits, il y a de toute façon de quoi juger aujourd'hui". Le tribunal a suivi le procureur.
Le procès a donc lieu.
Les faits se sont produits le 27 mai 2017 entre 1h & 2h du matin. #Elvis rentre d'une soirée alcoolisée, il veut manger avant de rentrer chez lui. Il passe par une sandwicherie, commande & part patienter dehors. Un policier l'arrête & lui dit "contrôle d'identité".
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Here’s a fun story for you. I spent 3 years learning about this guy, Phil Kitzer, the greatest con artist you’ve never heard of. 1/
In the 1960s, he was arrested for embezzling millions of $ out of 15 insurance companies in Minneapolis and Chicago, bankrupting them. 2/
Kitzer spent 8 days testifying in his own defense. He was hypnotic, charismatic. After 3-month trial, the jury believed & acquitted him. 3/
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