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Boner Candidates September 12, 2016

Boner Preview #1: WHEN WE RAN OUT OF THE DONOR SPERM I HAD TO MAKE DO

A local infertility doctor accused of using his own sperm on patients is facing criminal charges after a lengthy FOX59 investigation. Last May, we shared the stories of people who had recently found siblings they never knew about, all tied together by the same donor DNA from an Indianapolis fertility clinic. All of the signs pointed to one man as the biological father. It wasn’t long before the siblings began to suspect the doctor was not following the guidelines he claimed to be. FOX59’s Angela Ganote went looking for answers about what happened and who was responsible, and even reached out to the attorney general. On Friday, the now-retired doctor Donald Cline was charged with two felony counts of obstruction of justice for statements he made to investigators. Court documents filed on Friday describe a meeting that took place in the spring of 2016 between Dr. Cline and six siblings. Cline described to the siblings that he used his own sperm whenever a donor sample wasn’t available.  And admitted to wrongdoing by inseminating women with his own sperm.

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Boner Preview #2: YOU WILL STAND FOR THE ANTHEM OR PAY THE PRICE

An Alabama pastor delivered a message on Friday that was not found in any Bible passage. He told the crowd at a high school football game to rise for the national anthem… or get shot.  “If you don’t want to stand for the National Anthem, you can line up over there by the fence and let our military personnel take a few shots AT you since they’re taking shots FOR you,” Pastor Allen Joyner said before a game in McKenzie, Alabama, according to a now-deleted Facebook post that was preserved in a number of places online.  The post noted there was “crazy cheering” after the incendiary comments. School officials quickly denounced Joyner, who announces football games at McKenzie High School in addition to serving as pastor at the Sweet Home Baptist Church.

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Boner Preview #3: WAS WEST JORDAN PART OF THE ORIGINAL CONFEDERACY?

West Jordan officials say they are “very disappointed” after a Confederate flag was included in the salute at a city-sponsored demolition derby on Saturday night. The controversial flag was flying from the back of a truck also carrying two American flags and a Gadsden flag — a common Tea Party symbol — when the audience was asked to stand for a salute. Daniel Argueta, a West Jordan resident who brought his five children to the event, said he has “no problem standing up for our flag and the men and women in uniform. We support them 100 percent.” “But to ask us to stand and have the Confederate flag there, that was kind of insulting,” he said. “You don’t expect to be asked to rise and salute the flag when the Confederate flag is in the same spot as the U.S. flag,” Argueta said. “You don’t get asked that, especially by an event where the city sponsors it.”

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