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In a show of solidarity with University of Missouri students, today the SEC (Southeastern Conference, a primarily athletics-centered group which associates itself with the business of collegiate sports) announced that all remaining 2015 games involving the Mizzou football team would be canceled, the games considered forfeitures by the university and the expected lost revenue from Mizzou-related football games be charged to the State of Missouri government.  In addition, all likenesses of Mizzou sports figures, including merchandise and news stories, will be expunged/suspended from SEC-related media outlets, including the SECNetwork and its affiliates, and lost revenue charged to the State of Missouri via a follow-up class action lawsuit expected to be filed by the end of the year (please contact the law firm of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe for more information).  Until further notice, due to an international gag order placed on the case (thanks to provisions buried in the TPP) unapproved [re]broadcasting or mention of Mizzou sporting events, not to exclude ancillary campus protest events, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.


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