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Speaking In Turkish: Denying the Armenian Genocide To commemorate this, the first genocide of the 20th century, Law and Disorder co-host Heidi Boghosian presents a 60-minute documentary special titled “Speaking In Turkish: Denying the Armenian Genocide.” Around the world, April 24 marks the observance ...
Updates: Michael Ratner: Edward Snowden Bust On Brooklyn War Memorial Replaced By Hologram      Mumia Abu-Jamal Health Crisis Update Journalist and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal continues to be in serious medical condition at SCI Mahanoy in Frackville, Pennsylvania. He has lost over 50 pounds ...
Updates: Attorney Heidi Boghosian Tells Of How She And Johanna Fernandez Found Out Mumia Abu-Jamal Was Rushed To Local Health Facility Campaign To Bring Mumia Home Attorney Michael Ratner: Hobby Lobby State Religious Freedom Acts Attorney Michael Ratner: Palestine Joins The ICC Attorney Michael Ratner: ...
Updates: FBI: If You Give Us Assata Shakur, We’ll Free The Cuban Five Michael Ratner: Massive CIW March St. Petersburg, Florida 2015 Alliance For Fair Food —- War Tax Resistance As April 15 draws near, some Americans engage in the practice of war tax resistance, refusing to pay some or all ...
Israeli Journalist Amira Hass: Israel Elections and Palestinian Refugees Last week during Israeli elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s vowed that as long as he leads the country, there will be no Palestinian state, according to the Times of Israel. How can an Israeli government afford ...
Updates: Michael Ratner Updates On Julian Assange Case: You Can’t Just Keep A Case Going In Custody Essentially In The Embassy Julian Assange’s Case Could Go To European Court of Human Rights – Assange Is Being Arbitrarily Detained And Investigation Not Proceeding Eight Million Documents ...
Updates: Michael Smith: Cuba Book Tour-Who Killed Che? How The CIA Got Away With Murder Nothing To Lose But Our Chains: Black Resistance And The Roots Of Incarceration Michael Smith Speaking At US-Cuba Relations: New Possibilities March 12, 2015 —– ISIS and The Anti-War Movement Last June, ...
Updates: Michael Ratner: Jury Awards $218.5 Million in Terrorism Case Against Palestinian Groups —- The Campaign For A Commercial Free Childhood The National Football League, Mattel’s Girl Scout Barbie Doll, and even McDonald’s all have something in common. They’ve engaged in ...
Updates: Michael Ratner: Palestine Not Recognized As State By U.S. Thus Allowed To Be Sued In Federal Court For Attacks on Israel Michael Ratner: Why Is Obama Trying To Get An AUMF When The U.S. Is Already At War With ISIS? If Passed, The U.S. Under This Act Can Make War Everywhere ICC En Vogue? […]
City and County of San Francisco v. Sheehan In early December of 2014, the Supreme court agreed to hear the case City and County of San Francisco v. Sheehan. The case involves San Francisco police officers who reported to a group home to transport Teresa Sheehan, who was known to be mentally ill, to ...
Coming Up Next Week Police Shooting Reaches Supreme Court Exclusive Michael Avery Interview 1971 On March 8th 1971, a group of anonymous individuals calling themselves the Citizen’s Commission to Investigate the FBI, broke into an FBI field office in Media, Pennsylvania. They stole thousands of ...
Special on Mass Incarceration : Socialism and Democracy – Lessons from Attica: From Prisoner Rebellion to Mass Incarceration and Back Fyodor Dostoevsky’s observed that “the degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.” Our guest Dr. Heather Ann Thompson reports ...
Blood On Their Hands: The Racist History of Police Unions The NYPD police officer union’s outrageous assertion that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio had “blood on his hands” in the murder of two NYPD officers, is consistent with the reactionary role of police unions across the country. ...
U.S. Cuban Foreign Policy Changes Strategy: Normalizing Relations Last year, in a sudden reversal of policy, the United States released the remaining three of the Cuban Five who were imprisoned for arrested in the United States while investigating Cuban exile groups accused of terrorism. The release ...
Prison State of America: Chris Hedges, Earl Amin, Amos Caley Today we hear from 3 extraordinary people that will move you to anger, tears and outrage. Chris Hedges is an award winning journalist and former New York Times Middle East bureau chief . His recent article is Prison State of America outlines ...
Updates: Hosts Look Back At Several Legal Cases Of 2014 Professor Steven Salaita Case Update Palestinians Join International Criminal Court After UN Rejection Michael Ratner: There Is An Immediate Jurisdiction In The ICC On The Occupied Territories Michael Ratner: Guantanamo Statistics 2015 Michael Ratner: ...
U.S. Cuban Foreign Policy Changes Strategy: Normalizing Relations We’re joined today by attorney Michael Krinsky, a partner in the famous law firm of Rabinowitz, Boudin, Standard, Krinsky & Lieberman. This the firm that almost has been from the beginning representing the government of Cuba. ...
Updates: New Cuba-U.S.A. Pact And Remaining Cuban Five Prisoners Released Attorney Michael Ratner: We’ve been covering this case for years on here. They were wrongfully convicted. They had been sent into Miami to stop Miami-Cuban terrorism against Cuba. The U.S. in a vindictive prosecution had ...
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s Report On CIA’s Detention & Interrogation Attorney Michael Ratner: The Senate Committee on Intelligence started the investigation in 2007 after 92 tapes of water-boarding were destroyed by the CIA. That’s where the investigation began. In 2009, the Senate ...
Updates: Michael Ratner: Is Congress’ Decision On Obama’s Plan To Close GTMO Really A Setback As Newspapers Report? Congress was considering whether to allow Guantanamo detainees to be resettled in the United States. That’s something Obama wants to do because so far he’s been unwilling ...
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