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The painful price of aging in prison

From Washington Post, by Sari Horwitz, May 2015

Twenty-one years into his nearly 50-year sentence, the graying man steps inside his stark cell in the largest federal prison complex in America. 2,215 more words

Tyranny

"The Army Knew": New Investigation Unravels Mexican Govt. Account of How 43 Students Disappeared

Democracy Now, May 2015

10:57

An explosive new investigation published today by The Intercept reveals the untold story of how 43 students disappeared in Mexico on the night of September 26, 2014. 95 more words

Tyranny

The Kerala liquor situation

Let us try to understand one thing very clearly. The worst thing one can do to control something is to prohibit/ban it. We have overwhelming evidence of the failures of the idea of prohibition. 813 more words

Beer

Exciting Investment Opportunity in Afghanistan! Record Returns Expected!

Exciting Investment Opportunity in Afghanistan! Record Returns Expected!

by James Corbett of corbettreport.com for theinternationalforecaster.com

Great news for poppy farmers in Afghanistan: a mysterious, brand new strain of poppy seed has appeared on the scene this year promising a better crop than ever before. 1,006 more words

Black Ops

New Investigation Unravels Mexican Gov't Account of How 43 Students Disappeared: Interview with Ryan Devereaux

‘An explosive new investigation published today by The Intercept reveals the untold story of how 43 students disappeared in Mexico on the night of September 26, 2014. 120 more words

Interviews

Relatives of 43 Missing Students: US-Backed Drug War Fights Organized People, Not Organized Crime

‘As protesters in Baltimore set fire to buildings and vehicles last Monday to protest the death of Freddie Gray, protesters in the Mexican state of Guerrero drove a burning truck into the congressional building in the capital Chilpancingo. 207 more words

USA

The little blue book

By ALEX ASHLEY
Third of four parts 

It was right there on the inside cover: “For the eyes of Max Edwins and police investigators (in the event of my death).” 1,313 more words

Non-fiction