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Did Former U.S. Army Rangers Conspire to Steal $16 Billion Seized in Counter-Terrorist Raid in the Ivory Coast?
…And Unjustly Imprison an ICC Official Who Was Trying to Return the Money to the U.S. Treasury? Most Americans complain about corruption, whether at the local, state, or even national levels. Yet we are taught to believe that we don’t have to live with corruption as an endemic part of our culture, like many other […]
Department of Justice documents propose preventing FBI agents from using crime statistics about arrest rates in particular communities claiming that current and historical patterns of discriminatory law enforcement have led to higher rates of arrest in certain communities, particularly African American communities
Though the US investigation of Abu Akleh’s murder is unlikely to result in any kind of justice, it is a very important moment in US-Israeli and US-Palestinian relationships.
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The Most Censored News with Lee Camp hosted by comedian/ writer/ raconteur/ provocateur/ saboteur Lee Camp is a twice-weekly look at the most censored stories within corporate media hosted by the new video platform Behind the Headlines – a MintPress video project that is 100% viewer supported. Camp both brings to light stories that are […]
The Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal joined Waters and other speakers in front of the Department of Justice in Washington DC to demand the US drop its charges against the Wikileaks founder. Video and photos by Ford Fischer of News2Share and Consortium News. Max Blumenthal followed Waters by excoriating the mainstream press for betraying Assange and thereby abandoning the cause of press freedom. Blumenthal also highlighted recent FBI misdeeds past and present, framing them as part of the national security state’s undemocratic […]