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​Wikipedia bias, deadly state of Fallujah, Kelly Thomas injustice, US dictatorship of Okinawa

January 15, 2014 04:30

Reuters / Gary Cameron

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Abby Martin follows up on Wikipedia’s editing practices, calling out personal bias for blocking future entries on an ‘Abby Martin’ page. Eugene Puryear, ANSWER Coalition coordinator, talks about the deadly state of Iraq, and the wave of violence and instability that’s plagued Fallujah for decades. The two-tiered justice system that allowed two Fullerton, California, police officers to walk free after a beating that killed homeless citizen Kelly Thomas, as well as Kelly’s family and community’s response to the verdict. Finally, Peter Kuznick, historian and co-author of the ‘Untold History of the United States’ discusses the growing outrage against the construction of another US military base on the Japanese island of Okinawa, as well as the effect the occupation by US forces has had on local communities over the last 60 years.

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robert heartland 18.01.2014 18:22

I think that the most vulnerable, mentally ill, old ,handicap and young will be the ones to suffer the most at the hands of these brutish thugs called cops. Only when there is enough outrage will this change. I unfortunately have said this before four years ago. Our government will bring itself down either in a peaceful election upset or a bloody revolution where hundreds of thousands die or maybe millions. One way the Americans have hope, the other ....

 

Geronimo 18.01.2014 01:08

Oh yeah... and motherfv<k the police.

 

Geronimo 18.01.2014 01:06

I prefer Abby to those who don't have giant red slashes over their faces.

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