Prisoner Abuse: Indefinite Detention in Mississippi & Collective Punishment in North Carolina

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When you hear the words indefinite detention, Guantanamo Bay prison probably comes to mind. But perhaps it’s time to add Scott County, Mississippi to the list. Recently, the ACLU filed a class action lawsuit against the county on behalf of 50 prisoners who have been detained for months on end without being charged nor provided a lawyer. One man named Joshua Basset, for … Read More

Media Roots Radio – The 9/11 Bulletin, Interview with Jon Gold

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Media Roots Radio presents ‘The 9/11 Bulletin’, featuring an in-depth discussion between Robbie Martin and 9/11 justice seeker and activist Jon Gold. They dissect the mountain of evidence that points to foreknowledge of the terrorist attacks and subsequent cover-up by the 9/11 commission.More Resources *Jon Gold’s YouTube channel is an excellent and plentiful resource of rare 9/11 videos*In-depth fact sheet providing … Read More

What If Edward Snowden Leaked All the Documents?

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In the few public interviews given by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, he’s hinted at having access to documents that include CIA outpost locations and secret agents’ names. Yet Snowden has also outlined the agreement he made with journalists to vet the documents carefully, and consult with the government before every release to ensure no harm to national security. Russ Tice, the … Read More

Oakland’s Anti-Spy Center Campaign Sets Template For US Cities

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MINT PRESS NEWS – Less than a year ago, the city of Oakland, California, took what privacy activists considered to be a major step toward a surveillance state. In July 2013, the Oakland City Council unanimously approved the implementation of the Domain Awareness Center (DAC), a surveillance hub that would combine public and private cameras and sensors from all over California’s eighth-largest … Read More

NSA Veterans Expose Shocking History of US Illegal Surveillance Program

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It’s been over a year since the groundbreaking documents were released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, detailing a massive surveillance apparatus collecting the electronic communications of entire populations. The proof positive spying story sparked a global discussion reevaluating state power and a groundswell of privacy advocates. However, years before Snowden’s damning disclosures, two former NSA insiders had also blown the whistle … Read More

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