Conn. State’s Attorney Refuses Warrant For Assualt And Evidence Fabrication By Police Officer July 25, 2014
The incident in Connecticut is yet another example of police around the country using unnecessary and excessive force in the course of making arrests.
A MintPress Analysis Of The Biases In Reporting On Gaza By Frederick Reese
The bias in reporting on the Israel-Palestine conflict is swinging a different way than usual, but not necessarily because factual reporting has become a paramount concern.
Report: Nearly Half Of All Federal Terror Cases Involve Federal Informants By Frederick Reese
“[M]any of these people would never have committed a crime if not for law enforcement encouraging, pressuring, and sometimes paying them to commit terrorist acts.”
DOJ: FedEx Knowingly Trafficked Controlled Substances, Prescription Drugs By Frederick Reese
Amid the DOJ’s allegations, FedEx says there’s no way it can assume legal responsibility for the millions of packages it moves daily, nor violate customers’ privacy.
HIV Detected In Previously “Cured” “Mississippi Baby” By Frederick Reese
"Scientifically, this development reminds us that we still have much more to learn about the intricacies of HIV infection and where the virus hides in the body,” researcher says.
New York State Wants To Heavily Regulate Bitcoin Trading By Frederick Reese
The proposal would establish a mandatory “BitLicense” for any company involved with the buying, selling, mining or trading of cryptocurrencies.
Excessive Overtime Pay For Correction Officers Prompt Concerns Over Undermanned Prison System By Frederick Reese
Correction officers are accruing alarming levels of overtime -- and overtime pay -- at the country’s understaffed, overcrowded correctional facilities.
Border Crisis Reflects Consequences Of Good Intentions By Frederick Reese
Hoping to protect child sex trafficking victims, the Bush administration required hearings for underage migrants, but it’s created a backlog and an increasingly complex crisis.
Senate Republicans Block Bill To Overturn Hobby Lobby Decision By Frederick Reese
Senate Republicans log another victory for the intersection of corporate personhood and religious freedoms.