Monthly Archives: May 2012

Julian Heicklen Expatriates

News has broken today that fully informed jury activist Julian Heicklen has fled the country to avoid a pending warrant out of Santa Ana, California, where he is wanted yet again for distributing educational fliers on the rights of jurors. … Continue reading

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Pending: Coverage from the NATO Protests in Chicago

by Garret Ean May 19 2012 After a 27 hour journey with activists from around Massachusetts and New Hampshire, early yesterday morning we arrived in the windy city. Expending almost every battery for the recording devices that I own, there … Continue reading

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Irvin Rosenfeld Lights Up in State House Smoking Lounge

by Garret Ean May 9 2012 Yesterday, a much more pleasant aroma than usual lingered through the smoking parlor of the New Hampshire state house. While legislators coughed on tobacco fumes, Irvin Rosenfeld puffed his medicine under the lights of … Continue reading

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Medea Benjamin Dragged From Press Conference During Drone Killings Monologue

It’s a surprise to learn that Medea Benjamin was allowed into a press conference marking the anniversary of Osama Bin Laden’s mysterious execution. ‘Counterterrorism Advisor’ John Brennan spoke about US military operations overseas, including the use of drones to kill … Continue reading

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Image reportedly from Iraq

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Free Concord Interviews Jack Cole of LEAP at Extravaganja 2012

by Garret Ean May 2 2012 While visiting the 21st annual Extravaganja festival in Amherst, Massachusetts, I had the chance to meet a long-time advocate for a peace declaration in the war on drugs. Jack Cole is one of the … Continue reading

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What If the Anarcho-Terrorists Had Been More Violent Than They Had Assumed?

by Garret Ean May 1 2012 Today the FBI celebrated May Day its own way with the arrests of five individuals who the bureau’s spokesman described as “self-described anarchists”. According to the feds, three of the five men arrested were … Continue reading

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