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8/13/13 Will Grigg
Will Grigg, blogger and author of Liberty in Eclipse, discusses the continued persecution of 57 year old quilt maker Rita Hutchens by the police and city government of tiny Sandpoint, Idaho; the character assassination of a Utah prosecutor who would dare indict a cop who broke the law; and how even local governments can conspire [...]
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(Duration: 30:14 — 6.9MB)
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8/13/13 Antonio Buehler
Antonio Buehler, co-founder of the Peaceful Streets Project, discusses his efforts to bring accountability to out-of-control law enforcement; looking at cops through the eyes of black Americans; the latest Austin, TX police murder; and the 2013 Project Police Accountability Summit in Austin on August 17th.
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(Duration: 30:36 — 7.0MB)
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8/12/13 Hanni Fakhoury
Hanni Fakhoury, Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, discusses the many governmental agencies privy to NSA surveillance information on ordinary Americans; how law enforcement “launders” NSA intelligence to re-create a criminal evidence trail; and how the Bill of Rights is being eviscerated by the law failing to keep up with technology.
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(Duration: 28:50 — 6.6MB)
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8/9/13 The Other Scott Horton
The Other Scott Horton, human rights lawyer and blogger at Harper’s Magazine, discusses why the government isn’t charging Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan with terrorism; the early warning signs of Hasan’s instability that his superiors disregarded; differing opinions on whether NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is a traitor or a hero; and why Russia ultimately granted [...]
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(Duration: 27:25 — 6.3MB)
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8/9/13 Nathan Fuller
Nathan Fuller of the Bradley Manning Support Network discusses the reduction of Manning’s maximum prison sentence from 136 to 90 years; Manning’s conviction on a novel “wanton publication” charge; the over-classification of government information; testimony that the WikiLeaks documents haven’t resulted in casualties or “blood on Manning’s hands;” and the US’s tendency to prosecute whistleblowers [...]
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(Duration: 26:42 — 6.1MB)
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