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  • Jul 20 2013 - 1:32pm
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    Angola 3 News
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    Herman Wallace has been transferred out of solitary confinement, as Louisiana’s Hunt prison reduced his classification from maximum to medium security. Herman is now staying at the prison hospital in a 10-bunk dorm, with access to a day room, and does not have to wear leg irons anymore. While celebrating the more human conditions, Herman and the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3 emphasize that the transfer from solitary is not enough. They are asking folks to continue supporting Amnesty International’s call for humane release. The Angola 3’s Robert H. King, himself released in 2001 after 29 years in solitary confinement, says, “The wind is at our back and with your continued help our objective will be realized - freedom is in sight.”

    Angola 3 News
    Anonymous
  • Jul 19 2013 - 4:32pm
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    What have foreign limitations on journalism go to do with U.S. whistleblowers?

  • Jul 19 2013 - 4:16pm
    Jennifer Tong
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    Any day, the US 2nd Circuit Court will rule between Argentina and hedge funds; the ruling will impact global poverty and poor country access to credit.

    Jennifer Tong
  • Jul 17 2013 - 10:42am
    Human Rights Coalition
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    As you may know there is an appeal for all groups and organizations attempting to accomplish the goal for Life Sentence Prisoners to obtain parole to come under one umbrella.

    Human Rights Coalition
    Anonymous
  • Jul 16 2013 - 10:58am
    Sudhama Ranganathan
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    At times there are things we feel we cannot talk about, and it can be for many reasons. Sometimes the pain or memory of events closely related to certain topics is just too raw, too sensitive to delve into. Sometimes we have not quite worked out the events and how best to deal with them. Perhaps the cause of the issue eludes us. Other times we just haven’t worked out a clear and coherent enough solution to feel we can speak, as of yet, without possibly just making matters worse. Perhaps it’s matters of political correctness that keep us from talking, and that too has its place and can serve to help sensitive areas be avoided and wounds more time to heal.

    Sudhama Ranganathan
  • Jul 11 2013 - 1:03pm
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    A Class Action Lawsuit will soon be filed in the US District Court against PTS of America, LLC, (a prisoner transport service, based out of Tennessee).

  • Jul 10 2013 - 3:44pm
    PPEHRC
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    On Tuesday afternoon, the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign and allies filed criminal charges against Catherine Buhrig, the Director of Federal Services for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PPEHRC has charged Buhrig with simple assault because of her failure to fulfill her duty of processing all Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program applications within 30 days. Due to her irresponsible actions, an estimated 9,000 families in Philadelphia and statewide are living without gas in their homes.

    PPEHRC
    Anonymous
  • Jul 7 2013 - 10:09pm
    Angola 3 News
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    Yesterday Herman Wallace’s lawyer, Nick Trenticosta, was a guest on Melissa Harris-Perry’s MSNBC TV show, where he explained the seriousness of Herman Wallace’s diagnosis with liver cancer: “He’s lost about 55 pounds in four months, and he is being treated completely negligently. I would say he’s being killed through intentional neglect.”–Watch the show here.

    Angola 3 News
    Anonymous
  • Jul 2 2013 - 8:55am
    Robert Scheer
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    There is a depressing statistical comparison that should shame all of us who voted twice for Barack Obama’s ascent to the White House. Our man, a former constitutional law professor who pledged to reverse the Bush administration’s abuses of national security concerns, has charged seven government whistle-blowers, including Edward J. Snowden, with violating the Espionage Act. That’s more than double the combined three charged with leaking classified information by all previous presidents, George W. Bush included.

    Robert Scheer
    Anonymous
  • Jun 29 2013 - 9:04pm
    Michael Kelley
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    William Binney — one of the best mathematicians and code breakers in National Security Agency (NSA) history — worked for America's premier covert intelligence gathering organization for 32 years before resigning in late 2001 because he "could not stay after the NSA began purposefully violating the Constitution."

    Michael Kelley
    Anonymous