Category Archives: Prisoners

Viewpoints: Indefinite solitary confinement violates human rights

  http://www.s         Guards look in on teen prisoners in solitary confinement and mark logs. By Angela Y. Davis Special to The Bee Published: Monday, Aug. 12, 2013 – 12:00 am | Page 9A California prisoners are now … Continue reading

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A Chilling Dismissal

Judge dismisses ex-captive’s damage suit Likely an innocent man, Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak Al Janko was held for 7 years in Guantánamo. The judge’s holding in this case should give anyone pause regardless of political orientation. First, the judge calls … Continue reading

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The Omerta Project

Police Accountability Project http://npapnlg.blogspot.com/2011/01/omerta1.html>Investigations of Police Misconduct Investigations of police misconduct occur at a rate of .01 (that’s 1 percent) of the number of claims filed. Resolutions of victim’s claims occurs at 1/10th of that rate. ~Deb

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Palestinians live in an Imprisoned Society

http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/181D9639-1F51-46E5-839E-292BBEFDE726.htm Israel accused of ‘apartheid’ Dugard said Gaza was an imprisoned society, with things little better in the West Bank [GALLO/GETTY] A UN human rights envoy has likened Israel’s treatment of Palestinians in occupied territory to “apartheid”, and said that … Continue reading

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