The October 2022 Issue of Substance

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Myanmar military court convicts Japanese journalist

A Myanmar military court has found Japanese journalist Kubota Toru guilty of incitement and other counts.

Sources say the tribunal in Yangon on Wednesday sentenced him to seven years in jail for violating laws . . .


Another Chicago Public School Abuse Cover Up by the School System, a Vendor and possibly the Union

Another Chicago School Abuse Cover Up by the School System, a Vendor and possibly the Union - Pablo Varela who worked at Austin High School for Renaissance Manufacturing supported by the Chicago Teachers Union was . . .


CPS DNH Documents Ronald Lawless Non-Commercial FOIA Request: N011036-051022

Ronald Lawless termination and Do Not Hire paperwork. We were tipped off that despite having a ban from working with Chicago Public Schools staff or students Ronald Lawless continued to work indirectly through a program . . .


[ Sex Abuse Cover Up ] U.S. Soccer investigation into women's game finds systemic abuse, misconduct

U.S. Soccer investigation into women's game finds systemic abuse, misconduct

Oct 4 2022 - 12:01 PM CT
by Jeff Carlisle U.S. soccer correspondent

The independent investigation into player abuse in women's professional soccer . . .


FOIA Demand for Documents - Chicago Public Schools covering up pedophile text messages sent by Eric Skalinder to his students

Chicago Public Schools covering up pedophile text messages sent by Eric Skalinder to his students ... Substance News has been requesting text messages that the CPS teacher was sending to his students after hours talking . . .


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