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War, Police and Prisons: Cross-Examining State-Sanctioned Violence

War, Police and Prisons: Cross-Examining State-Sanctioned Violence Streams of Justice, September 28, 2009 WN: I was asked by the above-named Justice group to do this as part of a series. I never learn well to do such presentations to the right tailor length! You may also find interesting my discussion of WAR and HELL. An excerpt: Introduction: Hiddenness of Scapegoat Mechanism We all know the story of the Emperor’s obstinate denial of reality, to the…

Looking southwest at Sunset Park US jail. Public Domain photo; all may use for all purposes.
Looking southwest at Sunset Park US jail. Public Domain photo; all may use for all purposes.
16 Feb 2019

Why the Justice Department Can’t Be Trusted to Investigate Abysmal Conditions in Federal Prisons

Why the Justice Department Can’t Be Trusted to Investigate Abysmal Conditions in Federal Prisons Natasha Lennard February 9 2019, 6:00 a.m.   photo above: Metropolitan Detention Center WN: In the early 1990s two of us Canadians were guests of the Department of Justice in Washington DC, during which time we discussed…

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