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Ryan J. Farrick

Ryan J. Farrick
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Ryan Farrick is a freelance writer and small business advertising consultant based out of mid-Michigan. Passionate about international politics and world affairs, he’s an avid traveler with a keen interest in the connections between South Asia and the United States. Ryan studied neuroscience and has spent the last several years working as an operations manager in transportation logistics.
A trio of teenagers is suing a Florida sheriff for locking them in solitary confinement without cause and before even being put on trial. Filed on behalf of the teenagers by the Human Rights Defense Center on Thursday, the suit...
The parents of 12-year old Mallory Grossman, who committed suicide in June 2017, are filing a lawsuit against New Jersey’s Rockaway Township, its school district and educational administrators. “One year ago, on June 14, sixth-grader Mallory Grossman, who attended Copeland...
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown is filing a lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee, claiming police violated his civil rights when they arrested him earlier this year. The lawsuit, which Sporting News reports was filed Tuesday in the U.S. District...
A disturbing lawsuit filed accuses administrators at Shiloh Treatment Center, some ways south of Houston, of subduing immigrant children with psychiatric drugs. The allegations are especially disconcerting in light of President Donald Trump’s recent comments on illegal immigration and the...
More than 120 victims of former Michigan State physician Larry Nassar have signed a letter asking the university’s Board of Trustees to replace the school’s interim president. Former Michigan governor John Engler was appointed to head Michigan State after Lou...
President Donald Trump caved to political pressure on Wednesday, signing an executive order meant to limit the separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border. “We’re going to have strong, very strong borders but we are going to keep the families...
An exclusive CNN story recounts how some law students are fighting back against the Supreme Court’s stance on mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts. “This isn’t stuff you negotiate,” said one student, who’d received a job offer from a prestigious...
The federal government will pay $400,000 to former U.S. Border Patrol agent Anthony Gazvoda, who claims an assignment along the Texan frontier triggered post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by military service. Gazvoda, a Michigan native and member of the National...
In another bid to ensure its ability to punish so-called sanctuary cities, the Justice Department is sending a petition to the Supreme Court. According to POLITICO, the agency filed an emergency junction with the court on Monday, asking it to...
An Iowa Supreme Court decision from early June could make it more difficult for ordinary citizens to sue over poorly-kept roads and highways. The court, writes David Pitt of the Associated Press, is playing to a controversial but popular take...