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Climate Camp Cops feel the heat

12-03-2009 11:25

Climate crime scene 2

The Guardian continues it's coverage of the over-policing of the 2008 Kingsnorth Climate Camp with coverage in today's paper of a Lib Dem report on policing at the camp.

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Case dropped against Jewish activist charged over "bloody hands" protest for Palestine

12-03-2009 10:08

Pro-Palestinian campaigners claimed victory on Wednesday when charges were dropped against a Jewish activist arrested for protesting at a celebration of Israel's 60th anniversary last June.

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Are you being censored?

12-03-2009 09:15

The following information might prove useful to campaigners.

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Binyam Mohamed interview reveals MI5 collusion in torture and abuse

11-03-2009 20:14

On March 8, the Mail on Sunday published an interview with former Guantánamo Bay detainee and British resident Binyam Mohamed.

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Protest the Government Ban on Youtube After Secret Mutiny Tape of 70 Killed Airs

11-03-2009 18:34

You Tube Censored
Podcast, Articles and Videos regarding the fact that we must let the world know it is unethical for the Bangladesh Government to censor Free media access for their people especially after an incident involving the murder of over 70 people! - -

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more lawlessness in parliament square

11-03-2009 18:29

barbara holding the damaged megaphone
police criminally damaged a megaphone and assaulted a protester in parliament square this morning - there were no arrests

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Forest Fields Latest: CCTV

11-03-2009 17:33

Typical control centre
Nottingham City Council have adjusted the number of new CCTV masts they are proposing to erect in the Forest Fields area.

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Justice for the Shrewsbury 24 building workers! Support EDM 1002

11-03-2009 14:49

Shrewsbury pickets
1972 was a year of successful industrial action in Britain. The miners had won over pay, the Tory Government had been forced to release five imprisoned dockers. 1972 also saw Britain's first National Building Workers' strike. The strike committees of North Wales building workers would go on to be the victims of one of the worst miscarriages of justice since the days of the Toll Puddle Martyrs. They would be vilified and hounded by parts of the press, convicted by a court as a deterrent to strikers, and abandoned by their own union leaders and the TUC. Six of them would go to prison and one of these would die later as a result of the treatment he received while there. See

37 years later, an Early Day Motion (EDM) has been tabled demanding a public inquiry into the gross miscarriages of justice and disclosure of all Government and security papers relating to the case.

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indigenous representative murdered in Colombia

11-03-2009 14:01

This latest murder takes place during an Emergency Territorial and Humanitarian Gathering in Jambalo municipality, Cauca, where indigenous communities decided to recover the territory for the civilian population and remove armed groups.

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Hich jailed for 9 months in racist frame-up

10-03-2009 17:08

Hicham Yezza, our resident political dissident, has been sentenced to an appalling nine-month jail term by the racist judge who oversaw his trial. This was despite a wealth of mitigating factors.

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Berlin Squatters UNITED WE STAY demo, 14/3 + video

10-03-2009 16:48

Call for Autonomous Demonstration 3/14/2009
"United we stay- Collective, offensive, subversive".

Mobilization Video:

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hicham yezza sentenced to 9 months imprisonment

10-03-2009 15:43

hicham at a recent conference in london
last thursday at northampton crown court, despite strong mitigation arguments, hicham yezza was sentenced to nine months for "securing avoidance of immigration control using deception"

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APPO councillor abducted and tortured in Oaxaca

10-03-2009 14:21

Marcelino Coache Verano’s “kidnapping” between Wednesday and Thursday by an unidentified group left the former political prisoner and Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca (APPO) councilor with visible signs of torture and first and second-degree burns on his chest and genitals.

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Kingston University Files Action to Silence Whistleblower

10-03-2009 12:28

Kingston University has filed action with the World Intellectual Property Organisation on behalf of its Vice-Chancellor, Sir Peter Scott to wrest control of the domain name, from a former whistleblower employee.

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Activists facing murder charges over suicidal hunter's stunt

10-03-2009 12:26

A fox-hunt supporter has been killed by suicidally running at an anti-hunt gyrocopter - and two activists could face murder charges as a result!

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The War on Drugs is causing unimaginable suffering.

10-03-2009 08:46

There is a UN General Assembly Special Session on drugs this week and Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling on it to act to ensure that more people can get the pain relief they desperately need.

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Racist Abuse of Discretion: Workers’ Constitutional Rights Arising From Unlawful

09-03-2009 22:07

Workers’ Constitutional Rights Arising From Unlawful Termination Case of Hilda Zhang

Can we have the HighCourt Australia Blaklisted? Please !!

French, Hayne, Gummow, Crennan JJ covering up for judicial corruption, perverting justice and institutionalised racism/discrimination

Death of Mandamus: French, Hayne, Gummow, Crennan JJ protecting and coverup conspiracy to pervert justice

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French police attack on refugees affects Portsmouth children

09-03-2009 21:45

Tear gas sprayed on refugees in a truck in France has ended up harming children in Portsmouth when they played on a new slide which had been in the truck that was sprayed with the tear gas.

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Australia - The Concealed Colony "The Truth Will Set Us Free" Part II

09-03-2009 20:33


[Solicitor’s Firm , Address & contact details deleted]

[Firm name deleted] solicitors have been instructed by a leading group of Australian historical researchers to mount a challenge in the High Court seeking as declaration that Australia is truly an independent nation. The UK court will be asked to consider whether or not that present law and executive function in Australia is flawed and invalid. This challenge may well have a significant impact upon Canada and New Zealand. Australian legal Counsel has already stated that such a challenge should take place. UK Counsel's opinion is being sought.

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FIT at Tibet march London

09-03-2009 16:15

CW 3055
Forward intelligenge monitoring peaceful demo on 7-2-09