Friday January 22, 2021
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BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 7/05/08
A lawsuit for damages totaling $75,000 will be filed in Federal Court, July 2, by attorneys representing Mick Kelly, an organizer for the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/10/08
The Coalition is seeking a preliminary injunction requiring the city of Saint Paul to issue adequate permits for the Sept. 1 anti-war march.
BY staff | Birmingham, AL | 6/26/07
In northwestern Colombia in 2001, the president and vice president of the mining union Sintramienergetica were taken off a Drummond bus and shot to death by paramilitary death squads hired by the corporation.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 6/12/07
Advocates for the families of 173 people murdered in the banana-growing regions of Colombia filed suit, June 7, against Chiquita Brands International, in Federal District Court in Washington, D.C.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 11/01/05
Three years ago a case came before the Third Circuit court in Pennsylvania. Cops with a warrant to search a man accused of drug dealing decided to do some extra looking around, so they strip-searched a ten-year-old girl.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 10/01/05
Make no mistake about it, John G. Roberts, Bush’s nominee to the Supreme Court, is a clear and present danger to your rights.
BY Caryl Sortwell | Chicago, IL | 4/01/05
In 1997 Angel Rodriguez was framed for murder by Chicago Area 5 Detectives Jon Woodall and Ernest Halvorsen.
BY Arthur Henson | Newark, NJ | 2/09/05
Rasheed Fuquan Moore, 26, was killed Jan. 24 by Newark police officer Thomas Ruane in a 12:30 a.m. shooting incident. In the same incident, Ruane’s partner, officer Nicholas Popolizio, shot Richard Guy, 26, in the leg.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 10/01/03
Activists in Chicago, led by Comite Exigimos Justicia (CEJ, or the We Demand Justice Committee), marched on Area 5 Police Headquarters on Aug. 16 to demand a meeting with Deputy Chief Dayna Sparks.
BY Stephanie Weiner | Chicago, IL | 9/01/03
Philip Cline, Acting Superintendent of the Chicago Police, was asked about Mayor Daley’s policing plan in the African-American Harrison District. “It makes our job easier,” he said, “like shooting fish in a barrel.”
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