"They claim to have CCTV clearly depicting him commiting the crime they’re accusing him of, as well as a confession obtained in the initial interrogation and incase that doesn’t stick, an extra bonus confession he wrote inside the boat. How is it the prosecution also need more time to review and obtain evidence? What exactly are these unspecified complex legal issues keeping them from indicting him, given the mountain of evidence they claim proves his guilt? It’s been 5 weeks. Some may argue that the public aren’t entitled to know everything, but it’s odd they’re happy to release footage of them walking around at the marathon, pictures of them with arms full of snacks and other information to the public (like the existence of CCTV showing him placing the bag down, details of the carjacking, false info that he was heavily armed, false info from Ed Davis that he fired upon officers from inside the boat, false info that his throat wound was self-inflicted, the revelation that he was in fact unarmed, allegations that he ran over his brother, the confession during the interrogation, the confession written in the boat, the fact that his repeated requests for a lawyer were ignored), but when it comes to supplying any proof of these things (like the actual video of him placing the bag, any CCTV confirming the carjacking victim’s story, any proof that he ran over his brother, any proof of the hospital bed or boat confession), suddenly they go quiet."

— a comment by ‘Final Girl’  under this article : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/20/lawyers-to-get-boston-bom_0_n_3309338.html (via dzhokharisinnocent)

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shadowlily1993:

Reblog if you’re ready to take our country back!

shadowlily1993:

Reblog if you’re ready to take our country back!

We are All Aaron Swartz… support Anonymous please.

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#palestineonthemind:

Something you would not have seen in the media: Two Belgian UN ‘peacekeepers’ cheerfully “roast” a Somali boy over a fire, during a ‘humanitarian mission’ in Somalia in 1993
Kurt Coelus and Claude Baert were part of the Unified Task Force (UNITAF), which was a United States-led, United Nations-sanctioned multinational force and operated in Somalia between 5 December 1992 to 4 May 1993, in charge of carrying out United Nations Security Council Resolution 794: “to create a protected environment for conducting humanitarian operations in the southern half of Somalia.”
The two men were acquitted by a Brussels military court because of “insufficient evidence” and ruled that the incident was “a form of playing without violence.”
The incident received minimal coverage in the U.S. media, and the Belgian newspaper that originally published the photos received a bomb threat, which turned out to be made by a man who owns a local bar frequented by military personnel, including ‘peacekeepers’.

#palestineonthemind:

Something you would not have seen in the media: Two Belgian UN ‘peacekeepers’ cheerfully “roast” a Somali boy over a fire, during a ‘humanitarian mission’ in Somalia in 1993

Kurt Coelus and Claude Baert were part of the Unified Task Force (UNITAF), which was a United States-led, United Nations-sanctioned multinational force and operated in Somalia between 5 December 1992 to 4 May 1993, in charge of carrying out United Nations Security Council Resolution 794: “to create a protected environment for conducting humanitarian operations in the southern half of Somalia.”

The two men were acquitted by a Brussels military court because of “insufficient evidence” and ruled that the incident was “a form of playing without violence.”

The incident received minimal coverage in the U.S. media, and the Belgian newspaper that originally published the photos received a bomb threat, which turned out to be made by a man who owns a local bar frequented by military personnel, including ‘peacekeepers’.

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"#PalestineStrongState @PalstineArise. -

“I’ve really tried to understand the Israelis. I used to work on a farm in Israel. I speak Hebrew. I watch their news. All the time they talk about fear. How they have to run to their bunkers to hide from the rockets. How their children can’t sleep because of the sirens. This is not a good way for them to live.

We Palestinians don’t talk about fear, we talk about death. Our rockets scare them; their rockets kill us. We have no bomb shelters, we have no sirens, we have nowhere we can take our children and keep them safe. They are scared. We are dying.”

"

Mohammad al-Khoudry, a farmer in Gaza.

This sums up the entire Israeli-Palestinian “conflict” in a quote.

“Our rockets scare them; their rockets kill us.”

“They are scared. We are dying.”

(via hezbollahtwerkteam)

It’s not a symmetrical conflict by any means. 
It’s occupier vs occupied.

Makeshift rockets vs tanks/drones/and the latest modern military equipment. 

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#WikiLeaks #Anonymous #USA agencies #cartoon

#WikiLeaks #Anonymous #USA agencies #cartoon

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#AaronSwartz @aaronsw Jeremy #Hammond. 
converginginterests:

The death of Aaron Swartz should reinforce our demand for answers in the treatment of Jeremy Hammond
When we’ve finished grieving the loss of Aaron Swartz, it would serve us well to look at his treatment by the Department of Justice and the outrageous sentence they threatened him with.  We need to look at that tragic example, and keep it in mind when considering that Aaron was only one of many people besieged by this government’s war on whistleblowers, activists, and hacktivists.
We are now a nation that tortures whistleblowers, uses SWAT teams to kick in nonviolent teenage hackers’ doors, threatens young activists with decades in jail, and keeps internet activists in jail without bail.
An ongoing example of this lies with Jeremy Hammond - kept in jail for almost a year now without bail or trial.  He faces a life sentence for a nonviolent crime.  But only after he’s tried by a judge with connections to the alleged victims.
Have we always been this corrupt?  Have we always been this draconian?  Was it just buried beneath decades of capitalistic success and materialistic distraction?
If so, is it too late to change our course?
#AaronSwartz @aaronsw Jeremy #Hammond.

converginginterests:

The death of Aaron Swartz should reinforce our demand for answers in the treatment of Jeremy Hammond

When we’ve finished grieving the loss of Aaron Swartz, it would serve us well to look at his treatment by the Department of Justice and the outrageous sentence they threatened him with.  We need to look at that tragic example, and keep it in mind when considering that Aaron was only one of many people besieged by this government’s war on whistleblowers, activists, and hacktivists.

We are now a nation that tortures whistleblowers, uses SWAT teams to kick in nonviolent teenage hackers’ doors, threatens young activists with decades in jail, and keeps internet activists in jail without bail.

An ongoing example of this lies with Jeremy Hammond - kept in jail for almost a year now without bail or trial.  He faces a life sentence for a nonviolent crime.  But only after he’s tried by a judge with connections to the alleged victims.

Have we always been this corrupt?  Have we always been this draconian?  Was it just buried beneath decades of capitalistic success and materialistic distraction?

If so, is it too late to change our course?

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tsjr1704:

Spc. Jeremy Morlock admitted to the murder of unarmed Afghan boy Gul Mudin (depicted here). He was only 15 years old. They lined him against a wall and ordered him to stand still before they shot him. Pfc. Andrew Holmes cut off his pinky as a memento. Morlock admitted that this wasn’t the first time he murdered civilians. According to him, soldiers in his Platoon “[threw] candy out of a Stryker vehicle as they drove through a village [and shot] children who came running to pick up the sweets.” The Pentagon worked for months to get these pictures deleted and suppressed. He was recently sentenced to 24 years in prison.
Private Bradley Manning, horrified at the war crimes unfolding around him, reported them to higher authorities in his chain of command. When they told him to keep quiet about it he published the details of the crimes to the public. He is facing the death sentence. Is there something wrong here?

tsjr1704:

Spc. Jeremy Morlock admitted to the murder of unarmed Afghan boy Gul Mudin (depicted here). He was only 15 years old. They lined him against a wall and ordered him to stand still before they shot him. Pfc. Andrew Holmes cut off his pinky as a memento. Morlock admitted that this wasn’t the first time he murdered civilians. According to him, soldiers in his Platoon “[threw] candy out of a Stryker vehicle as they drove through a village [and shot] children who came running to pick up the sweets.” The Pentagon worked for months to get these pictures deleted and suppressed. He was recently sentenced to 24 years in prison.

Private Bradley Manning, horrified at the war crimes unfolding around him, reported them to higher authorities in his chain of command. When they told him to keep quiet about it he published the details of the crimes to the public. He is facing the death sentence. Is there something wrong here?

(via nyxxisnite)

Wanted Terrorist Benjamin Netanyahu - #Palestine #PalestineStrongState

Wanted Terrorist Benjamin Netanyahu - #Palestine #PalestineStrongState

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