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(Photo: Helsingin Sanomat/Finland) Like every other place the U.S. president has traveled in Europe over the last week, large protests also took place in the Finnish capitol of Helsinki on Sunday—a day ahead of a highly anticipated and much-hyped meeting with his Russian counterpart, President Vladimir Putin. Both leaders were also greeted with a large billboard advertisement purchased by Helsingin Sanomat, the nation’s largest newspaper, which bashed the Trump and Putin as being enemies of journalism and a free press. As we welcome the presidents to the summit in Helsinki, we @hsfi want to remind them of the importance of free press. 300 billboards on the routes from the airport to the summit are filled with news headlines regarding presidents’ attitude towards the press freedom. #HELSINKI2018 pic.twitter.com/KmYJtLyeNE — Kaius Niemi (@KaiusNiemi) July 15, 2018 “This is a statement on behalf of critical and high quality journalism,” Kaius Niemi, the paper’s editor-in-chief said in a statement. “As we welcome the presidents to the summit in Finland, we want to remind them of the importance of free press.” He added, “The media shouldn’t be the lap dog of any president or regime.” And the newspaper further explained their position, and the problematic records of both Trump and Putin, in this video: Already contentious, the Trump-Putin meeting comes just days after the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced on Friday the indictment of twelve Russian military officers, charging them with directly taking part in an the alleged effort by the Russian government to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential elections. Meanwhile, Finns took to the streets of Helsinki on the eve of the summit to voice displeasure with both men. Protesters came out on Sunday to attack both Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin before the controversial summit between the two leaders in the Finnish capital.
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For her, what began as an addiction to painkillers progressed to heroin use. She had been in and out of drug treatment programs a few times, but would always relapse. Then, in 2010, she was arrested and charged with felony drug possession. “I was unemployed and in bad shape. I thought my life was over,” said Brumfield, who had earlier worked in magazine publishing, including various positions in copy writing, marketing and ad sales. Related: Once a teenage runaway, he now runs $300 million restaurant empire But things got worse before they got better. After she was released she violated her probation several times, which ultimately landed her in prison for six months in 2012. She spiraled downward for a few years, unemployed, homeless and unable to overcome her addiction. Until 2014. “It hit me hard that I couldn’t do this anymore,” she said. For the next two years she worked on her recovery while volunteering and mentoring women in the Cincinnati jails and working a $10 an hour night-shift as an aide at an addiction treatment center.
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