Tag Archives: mainstream media manipulation

Towards saving Tommy: More questions? Call Ray.

  Editorial: Deadly distinction | Gainesville.com One way to lessen the chances of wrongful convictions is changing the state’s sentencing system. Florida is one of two states where just a majority jury vote can recommend death. A 2006 report from … Continue reading

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Towards saving Tommy: let’s talk about the “culture of corruption.”

Grand jury indicts Batterson, Dorworth on violating public records law – Orlando Sentinel In April, Batterson was indicted by the panel on three bribery-related charges for allegedly offering a $5 million-a-year expressway-authority contract to a consultant in exchange for hiring … Continue reading

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With @NYTimes assist, it seems Brookyn CIU will deny #HurricaneCarter’s deathbed wish.

Review of 50 Brooklyn Murder Cases Ordered – NYTimes.com “People will look for blame,” [emphasis added] said John O’Mara, who leads the Conviction Integrity Unit. “Our goal isn’t to look for blame. Our goal is to correct injustice.” via Review … Continue reading

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Ultra-conservative mainstream media won’t cover #TPP

More from FAIR: … there’s one thing that TPP hasn’t generated: news. Critics say TPP will enshrine corporate control of decisions previously subject to democratic processes–decisions over intellectual property, the environment, labor rights, food, telecommunications, finance and more. http://org.salsalabs.com/o/592/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=15282

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FL Dept of Law Enforcement Commish “shocked” by compromised drug cases. Shocked? Bailey?

Rogue FDLE chemist could have compromised hundreds of drug cases | FLORIDA TODAY | floridatoday.com TALLAHASSEE — A chemist at a Pensacola crime lab could have compromised hundreds of state drug cases, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey … Continue reading

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The mainstream media misinformation machine, in other’s words.

Truth, War Propaganda, CIA and Media Manipulation | Global Research The mainstream media is the most obvious in its inherent bias and manipulation. The mainstream media is owned directly by large multinational corporations, and through their boards of directors are … Continue reading

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The Intelligence Community’s Supposed Big Thinkers Share Their Fantasy Vision of a Still Mighty USA in 2030 | Alternet

As a portrait of American power gone remarkably blind, deaf, and dumb in a world roaring toward 2030, it provides the rest of us with the functional definition of the group of people least likely to offer long-term security to … Continue reading

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FBI Knew of Assassination Plot Against Occupy But Gave No Warnings

Thorough analyses of the documents has now revealed a heavily redacted file that clearly mentions a plan to use snipers to assassinate Occupy protesters. The names of the groups or individuals involved in the murderous plot have been redacted, so … Continue reading

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All the Nooz that’s fit to spit … Tampa Bay Times

On prisons, no legislative power play – Tampa Bay Times The Scott administration complains that blocking the statewide privatization of prison health care and forcing the state to keep providing that care will cost the state $90 million. Too bad. … Continue reading

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All the Nooz that’s fit to spit … Cox Media Group/Palm Beach Post

Former Florida GOP leaders say voter suppression was reason… | http://www.palmbeachpost.com “The people that worked in Tallahassee felt that early voting was bad, ” Crist said. “And I heard about it after I signed the executive order expanding it. I … Continue reading

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