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The Real News Town Hall: Should the Community Control the Police? Pt.1

The Real News Town Hall: Should the Community Control the Police? Pt.1 | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
MARC STEINER, HOST: Welcome to The Real News Town Hall. I'm Marc Steiner, your host for this evening, and also host of The Marc Steiner Show on WEAA FM.
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Anonymous Hackers’ Efforts to Identify Ferguson Police Officer Create Turmoil

Anonymous Hackers’ Efforts to Identify Ferguson Police Officer Create Turmoil | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Members of the activist collective known as Anonymous falsely named the police officer who shot an unarmed 18-year-old black man on Saturday. The botched identification triggered rancor in the network.
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Just Published: Global Policing & the case of Kim Dotcom

Just Published: Global Policing & the case of Kim Dotcom | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

An article by Darren Palmer and Ian Warren has been published in the latest issue of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy (Vol 2, No 3). Darren and Ian’s article ‘Global Policing and the case of Kim Dotcom’ uses the case of Kim Dotcom to explore the growth of ‘extra territorial’ police powers as part of the broader transformation of global policing.

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Civil Rights and the Militarization of Police: Lessons from the Gestapo ... - Center for Research on Globalization

Civil Rights and the Militarization of Police: Lessons from the Gestapo ... - Center for Research on Globalization | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

The world is watching what is happening in Ferguson, Missouri.  After the announcement by the grand jury that Officer Darren Wilson was acquitted for the shooting death of Michael Brown, angry residents took to the streets of Ferguson and other towns and cities across the U.S. to protest police brutality.  The U.S. government has the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) along with the Ferguson police department and the Missouri National guard ready to confront the angry protesters with force. 


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▶ Occupy Activist Found Guilty of Assaulting Police Officer, but Was Justice Served? - YouTube

Attorney Kevin Zeese discusses how the judge hearing Cecily McMillan's case did not allow the defense to show images, which would have proven that the activist was reacting to getting her breast grabbed

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