Tag Archives: Federal Prisons

Greenwald: The Socioeconomic and Racial Inequities in Our Justice System

The definition of a “two-tiered justice system”By Glenn Greenwald / January 28, 2009 Aside from the intrinsic dangers and injustices of arguing for immunity for high-level government officials who commit felonies (such as illegal eavesdropping, obstruction of justice, torture and … finish reading Greenwald: The Socioeconomic and Racial Inequities in Our Justice System

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Life in American Prisons: Radicalizing the Masses

The Radicalization Of An American PrisonerBy George Peter Jr. / December 5, 2008 During a hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee in 2006, high- ranking F.B.I. officials testified that the Bureau considered U.S. prisons to be “fertile grounds for extremists”, … finish reading Life in American Prisons: Radicalizing the Masses

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Texas : Arraignment Set for Cheney and Gonzales

Judge J. Manuel Banales has set arraignment for Dick Cheney and Alberto Gonzales in Raymondvill, TX. Former Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales and veep Dick Cheney shown at the White House in 2006. Photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP. The … finish reading Texas : Arraignment Set for Cheney and Gonzales

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