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Mohammed Emwazi first came to CAGE in 2009 after being detained, interrogated and recruited by Mi5 on what was meant to be a safari holiday to Tanzania. Thereafter, the harassment continued and intensified which led to him losing two fiancée's, his job and new life in Kuwait.
http://thecommonlawcourtofwales.co.uk/2015/02/patrick-cullinane-on-the-common-law-court-of-wales-show/ Patrick Cullinane On The Common Law Court Of Wales Show Thursday 26th February. 7pm Uk Time 2pm Eastern Usa Canada Time. Darren Latham, of the Common Law Court Of Wales gives an introduction to who we are and what we stand for, and some of the cases we are researching and a few points on where we are going. Freedom Talk Radio / Saline Entertainment Television is dedicated to bringing you the news, opinions and the truth that you will not get from other sources. Working together we can wake people up to the travesties of this world and help the lives of the downtrodden wherever we find them. God loaned us our talents and put us together to do his work. The sacred rights of mankind, are not to be rummaged for among old parchments or musty records. They are written, as with a sunbeam, in the whole volume of human nature, by the hand of divinity itself, and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power. Join us for each of our shows throughout the week as we pull back the vernier of disinformation and expose the truth. Read our commentaries and articles for the unvarnished version of the real world that the powers that be do not want you to see, hear and read. Listen to our hosts on Blogtalk radio and our Spreaker channel daily. Our topics and guests include actors, musicians, former government officials, whistleblowers and activists. Each of our shows takes time to produce, research and assemble so that we can bring you the most factual, researched and entertaining shows we possibly can
http://democracynow.org - A former Guantánamo Bay interrogator involved in torture was also a longtime Chicago police officer known for abusing people of color. According to The Guardian, Richard Zuley spent three decades as a notoriously brutal detective on the Chicago police force. From 1977 to 2007, Zuley used tactics including torture, threats and abuse to elicit confessions from suspects, the majority of whom were not white. One of those confessions was later ruled to be false, and the sentence was vacated. Zuley's methods included shackling suspects to walls through eyebolts for several hours, allegedly planting evidence, and issuing threats of harm to family members and sentences of the death penalty unless a suspect confessed. Zuley was also accused of brutal methods at Guantánamo Bay, where he was a reserve officer in charge of interrogating a prisoner who said he made a false confession due to torture. The Guardian report comes just after the notorious Chicago police commander Jon Burge was released from a halfway house after he served four-and-a-half years for lying under oath about torturing prisoners in Chicago in the 1970s and 1980s. We speak to Spencer Ackerman, national security editor at The Guardian.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download I couldn’t help but to be impressed by John Legend’s remarkable statement on the mass incarceration epidemic in America. Confronting the pressures of the system head-on, Legend spoke candidly about the number of black men who are being hammered by this system. America incarcerates more of its citizens ...
In late 1975, 19-year-old Ricky Jackson was sentenced to die by electrocution. Almost 40 years later, his conviction was overturned, and he walked out the front door of the Cuyahoga County courthouse a free man....
When serious, repeat allegations of improper prosecutorial conduct in a case emerge, the district attorney's office owes it to the public to launch an internal investigation, especially in a death penalty case where the stakes are so high. Carty's conviction rested in part on the testimony of a co-defendant and a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration special agent. Retired DEA Special Agent Charles Mathis specifically accused the lead prosecutor with threatening to cross-examine him in open court about an "invented affair" he was supposed to have had with the defendant. Judging by the response from Assistant District Attorney Roe Wilson, who handles capital appeals for the office, sworn affidavits signed by key witnesses alleging prosecutorial misconduct are common for the Harris County District Attorney's Office.
By Kizito Makoye DAR ES SALAAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tanzanian parents with albino children are racing to find safe havens for their youngsters after the abduction and suspected murder of two children raised fears of more attacks on albinos ahead of elections later this year. Two albino children have gone missing in the past two months despite a government ban on witch doctors, who are accused of encouraging attacks on albinos to get body parts from which they make charms and spells that they claim bring good luck and wealth. Last week police found the body of one-year-old Yohana Bahati just days after an armed gang snatched him from his home in northwestern Tanzania's Geita region.
http://democracynow.org - An explosive new report in The Guardian claims the Chicago police are operating a secret compound for detentions and interrogations, often with abusive methods. According to The Guardian, detainees as young as 15 years old have been taken to a nondescript warehouse known as Homan Square. Some are calling it the domestic equivalent of a CIA "black site" overseas. Prisoners were denied access to their attorneys, beaten and held for up to 24 hours without any official record of their detention. Two former senior officials in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice are calling on their colleagues to launch a probe into allegations of excessive use of force, denial of right to counsel and coercive interrogations. We speak to Spencer Ackerman, national security editor at The Guardian. We are also joined by Victoria Suter, who was held at Homan Square after being arrested at the NATO protests in Chicago in 2012.
On Monday, 46-year-old Kelly Renee Gissendaner (pictured) will become the first woman to be executed in the state of Georgia since 1945 - for convincing her boyfriend to murder her husband in February 1997.
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