The government has sent a 'restitution recovery team' to target Barret Brown's literary agent in an attempt to recover royalties from book which has yet to be published.

Why Police Reforms Often Fail: Lessons From Latin America
Understanding the politics of police reform in Latin America may be informative for those who hope for changes in policing in the U.S.
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    What's Behind The Surge In Hate Crimes Against American Muslims?
    The rhetoric politicians use after a terrorist attack is correlated closely to sharp increases and decreases in hate crimes.
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      Top Scientist Blows Whistle On Trump Administration Over Retaliation
      “I am a scientist, a policy expert, a civil servant and a worried citizen. Reluctantly, as of today, I am also a whistleblower on an administration that chooses silence over science.”
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        Shuttering The State Dept's War Crimes Office May Be A Good Thing
        Since its founding, the State Department’s Office of Global Criminal Justice has proven to be ineffective and guided only by political motivations, rather than humanitarian ones.
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          16 Years After Onset Of U.S. Plan Colombia, Cocaine Profits Reach Record Highs
          The U.S.-Colombia drug war alliance has failed to stop the country’s drug trade, with last year’s coca yield breaking records. The record harvests can be traced to the country’s government, right-wing paramilitaries and wealthy individuals who are sympathetic to U.S. business interests.
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            California Communities Facing Rising Sea Level Sue Big Oil For Damage Done
            According to the lawsuit, fossil fuel companies “engaged in a coordinated, multi-front effort to conceal and deny their own knowledge of climate-change related threats.
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              The US Is Doubling Down On Its Endless War In Afghanistan, The 'Grave Of Empires'
              Afghanistan has been occupied by foreign powers for nearly 20 years now, with its people being exploited and tormented in the name of combating terrorism. A recent NATO request for thousands more troops to be sent to the region means their suffering will only continue.
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                Famine Plagues Somalia, Yemen Amid US Military Adventurism, Empire Building
                In Somalia, a U.S.-led “war on terror” has led to a rise in extremism that has exacerbated the country’s famine, while in Yemen, a Saudi blockade has prevented much-needed food from reaching its people. And yet, many in the West remain unaware of their plight.
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                  Court Sides With FBI, Compels Tech Firms To Hand Over Customer Data
                  An appeals court affirmed the FBI's use of gag provisions when issuing national security letters, arguing nondisclosure requirements do not violate the First Amendment.
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