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John Kiriakou | Hillary Clinton Email Investigation Shows Inherent Unfairness in U.S. Justice System
First, I want to be clear that I’m not angry at Hillary Clinton personally. I don’t like Hillary. I don’t support her. I don’t trust her. I don’t think she would be a good or trustworthy president. But that’s not the issue here. The issue is the inherent unfairness in the system.
John Pilger | Julian Assange: the Untold Story of an Epic Struggle for Justice
From the article: Katrin Axelsson and Lisa Longstaff of Women Against Rape wrote: “The allegations against [Assange] are a smokescreen behind which a number of governments are trying to clamp down on WikiLeaks for having audaciously revealed to the public their secret planning of wars and occupations with their attendant rape, murder and destruction… The authorities care so little about violence against women that they manipulate rape allegations at will. [Assange] has made it clear he is available for questioning by the Swedish authorities, in Britain or via Skype. Why are they refusing this essential step in their investigation? What are they afraid of?”
Greg Palast> Ku Klux Kourt kills King’s Dream Law
Ku Klux Kourt kills King’s Dream Law Replaces Voting Rights Act with Katherine Harris Acts by Greg Palast for Truthout Tuesday, 25. June 2013 They might as well have burned a cross on Dr. King’s grave. The Jim Crow majority on the Supreme Court just took away the vote of millions of Hispanic and African–American voters by wiping […]