July 12, 2013

The Week In Review & Open Lines 7/12/2013

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Tonight we review some of the news and issues of the past week. Open lines and the best in R&B and Hip-Hop. Will be joined by a listener who says he was suspended from Twitter for sharing one of our videos from Youtube about the a witness to the murder of Trayvon Martin. 

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 Does physical evidence suggest that George Zimmerman had an accomplice in the murder of Trayvon Martin Is the media promoting riots in hopes of exploiting the extra coverage to sell more advertisement? If the laws of the United States are based on the Ten Commandments, how do you explain the Drug Laws? Where in the book of Exodus does it say "Thou shall not smoke crack"?

July 10, 2013

Former Sanford Police Chief lies to CNN about Trayvon Martin case

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CNN recently interviewed former Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee about why George Zimmerman was allowed to go free after killing unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.

City officials of Torrance, California say that a motorist was at fault for police looking for Chris Dorner rammed his truck and fired into his vehicle.

Private Prison enslavers cite immigration reform efforts having a positive impact on their profits.
Was the term Black on Black violence invented by racists to further demonize the Black community in the eyes of the public? Is it a term Black people should cease using?

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July 8, 2013

Prisoner abuses and the US harboring terrorist in Miami

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Hip-Hop artist Yassin Bey aka Mos Def is raising awareness and protesting the force feeding (torture) of Guantanamo Bay political prisoners who are on a hunger strike.

Prisoners in California, Washington and Oregon went on a hunger strike today, which includes a work stoppage on July 8, 2013 until their demands are met.

Female prisoners in California were coerced into being sterilized and many of the procedures was done without approval of the state.

Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia offered asylum to NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden over the weekend and Cuba's President Raul Castro has come out in support of those countries. "We support the sovereign right of .... Venezuela and all states in the region to grant asylum to those persecuted for their ideals or their struggles for democratic rights," Raul Castro said in a speech to Cuba's national assembly.

Venezuela and Cuban may have a political incentive to give refuge to Edward Snowden since the United States has repeatedly denied extradition requests for Cuban born Venezuelan Luis Clemente Faustino Posada Carriles. Carriles is a fugitive wanted for numerous bombings in Cuban and the downing of a Cubana Airlines jet that killed 73 people. He was waiting to stand trial in Venezuela before he escaped custody in 1985.
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