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On Thursday US Attorney General Eric Holder shut down a more than three-year investigation into CIA torture and murder of detainees, with no charges being brought against anyone.
A group of ten Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents sued their own agency, contending that the Obama administration is forcing them to break the law by restricting their ability …
A federal magistrate ordered Daniel Larsen to be released from prison in 2010. Two years after the court agreed that he had been denied the right to a fair trial, …
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 16:31

Police Shoot Homeless Man 46 Times

Video has surfaced of an altercation filmed earlier this year between six officers with the Saginaw, Michigan police department and a homeless man. The cops shot 49-year-old Milton Hall 46 …
Doug Preisse is the chairman of the Franklin County Republican Party in the state of Ohio and his reason against extending voting hours this Election Day is clear: keeping the …
Guantanamo detainees currently on trial, and the lawyers defending them at the Guantanamo Bay military tribunals, are not allowed to talk about the defendant's torture while in the secretive prison, …
A woman may be fined $600 for each day she provided free food to children in a poor Philadelphia neighborhood for the past few months.
The discovery of a surveillance system named TrapWire has connected state and federal law enforcement agencies with a vast intelligence infrastructure, raising questions everywhere — except in the mainstream media.
Tuesday, 14 August 2012 08:25

Boston TSA Racially Profiled Minorities

Boston’s TSA officers complained that some of their colleagues have been racially profiling "suspicious" looking minority passengers, including Middle Eastern nationals, blacks and Hispanics as part of their behavioral detection …
Over the last month, heavily armed “domestic terrorism” units of the FBI used battering rams and stun grenades to conduct early-morning raids on the homes of political protesters in Seattle …
Not only is the White House fighting in court for the power to jail Americans indefinitely without trial, but the Obama administration is refusing to tell a federal judge if …
Some say this is the Republican ruse to disenfranchise 5 million Americans. In Washington, conventional wisdom is everything. It's the driver of perceptions, and often of self-fulfilling political prophecies.
A credentialed photojournalist contracted to work for the New York Times was assaulted by officers with the NYPD and charged with two criminal counts over the weekend for covering the …
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 17:21

San Francisco Mayor Drops 'Stop And Frisk'

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has shelved plans to have local law enforcement agents start implementing the same stop-and-frisk tactics employed by the New York Police Department after an outcry …
Police in Anaheim, California deployed huge numbers of officers in military fashion over the weekend, in response to several hundred protesters demonstrating against a recent police killing. Nine people were …
The Obama administration violated the U.S. Constitution last year when it ordered airstrikes that killed three Americans in Yemen, according to a lawsuit brought by family members of those who …
The Justice Department spent millions of dollars on what is considered to be the largest human trafficking case in the US, only to dismiss it on the grounds that the …
It turns out that the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) spying on scientists was far greater than previously known and included communications with members of Congress, lawyers, labor officials and …
The NSA's domestic surveillance activities are violating fundamental rights to privacy and due process.
The lawyer defending Bradley Manning against charges that he "aided the enemy" by disclosing state secrets to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, is arguing that US soldiers are being treated more …