Category Injustice

US Military to seize, burn Guantánamo Bay detainees’ art (PHOTOS)

RT Untitled (Alan Kurdi) Muhammad Ansi, 2016 © John Jay College of Criminal Justice AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook494Share to TwitterShare to RedditShare to StumbleUponShare to Google+Share to Tumblr The US Military has decided to seize artwork produced by detainees at Guantánamo Bay Navy Base and will no longer release prisoner artwork to the […]

The St. Louis police riot — World Socialist Web Site (en)

The violent and provocative actions of the police, including the “kettling” and mass arrest of protesters and the fascistic spectacle of cops chanting “Whose streets? Our streets!” reveals the real state of class relations in America via The St. Louis police riot — World Socialist Web Site (en)

NEW PROOF: Drug War Is A Lie Designed To Imprison Americans

Deja Killer Police Vu

Rhetorical question: Do you think that justice will be served in this case, or will it go the way it so often does with the officer walking away scot-free? Roy Oliver, former Dallas Police Officer who we previously reported on having shot and killed 15-year-old high school freshman Jordan Edwards has now been indicted for […]

Judge: “I put 311 people in jail for marijuana offenses — and I was wrong”

By: Matt Agorist From: The Free Thought Project Prior to this year, the state of Florida was regarded as one of the worst possible states to be caught in possession of cannabis. According to a 2009 analysis by former NORML Director Jon Gettman, no state in this country punished people more severely for minor marijuana offenses than Florida. […]

Cop Fired For NOT Shooting Man Who Had An UNLOADED Gun — Counter Current News

We’ve documented countless cases where cops kept their jobs and got a paid vacation after killing unarmed people, killing people after responding to the wrong house, killing people and then lying about it . . . , but what about an ex-marine cop being fired after NOT killing someone armed with an unloaded gun pointed […]

Micah Xavier Johnson and Gavin Long: Seventeen Reasons

Micah Xavier Johnson and Gavin Long: Seventeen Reasons Micah Xavier Johnson and Gavin Long: Seventeen Reasons by Paul Street “U.S. prosecutors and courts continue to deny Black Americans anything remotely close to real justice.” Judging by the coverage and commentary on corporate media telesecreens, good Americans are supposed to be surprised (as well as horrified) that […]