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Rally at the Justice Department for Mike Brown and Against Police Brutality and Militarization

Date: 

August 27, 2014 - 4:00pm

Location: 

Department of Justice
Robert F. Kennedy Bldg, at the north east corner of 10th St & Constitution Ave
Washington  District Of Columbia
United States

Washington, DC – TODAY, August 27 at 4pm, activists will rally outside the Justice Department to call on the Attorney General to help secure justice for Michael Brown and the people of Ferguson, Missouri, as well as an overhaul of US law enforcement tactics in order to stop police brutality and the militarization of our police forces.

Speakers include Dr. Marsha Coleman-AdebayoRon Daniels, US Marshall Matthew Fogg, Attorney Nkechi Taifa, Kevin Berends of the No FEAR Institute and more!

Climate Crisis Connects Us, Climate Justice Demands Unity

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

What do rigged corporate trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Paris Treaty, an international climate agreement to be signed in 2015, have in common? They are both tools being pushed by the power elite to rip away our hopes for democracy and to commodify all things to monetize them for profit.

Family Should Seek Justice, Not Risk More Injustice From the System

Friday, August 22, 2014

The family cannot rely on the grand jury system or Attorney General Holder

The grand jury process in the United States is rigged for the prosecutor. There is an old saying among lawyers “A prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich.” Of course, the reverse is also true; the prosecutor can also prevent an indictment. The prosecutor controls the grand jury process which is conducted in secret without even a judge present. The prosecutor decides what witnesses to call and there is no opportunity for a defense lawyer or attorney for the family to participate.

In the Time of the Shadow Bankers

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Global shadow banks now control more than $70 trillion in investible assets, according to the Financial Times global periodical.

Political elements of both parties in the USA are eyeing the period after the election, during which the US tax code and general corporate tax revisions and cuts will be taken up. But nothing will happen before the November midterm elections. Jack Rasmus explains why.

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