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Do you know what AECOM is?

There is an old rule of thumb, a question asked, which has been used by those who investigate a crime, which has been used since ancient times: “Cui bono?” meaning: “Who would stand to benefit from this (these) crimes? The answer, for us is very simple… is it not? AECOM :( Continue reading

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Storefront Crashes, Bollard Posts, and the Need for Government Safety Regulations

“A driver pulled into a parking space in front of the convenience store I was about to walk out of, but her car didn’t stop. It popped right over the shallow car stop and equally shallow curb that separated the parking area from the store’s windows and glass doors, and then crashed into me at the moment I was pushing those doors open to leave.” Continue reading

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