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Episode 458 – Meet Benjamin Netanyahu, Unconvicted War Criminal

James Corbett | corbettreport.com The International Criminal Court is supposedly mulling war crimes charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other high-ranking Israeli political and military officials. But what reason could they possibly have for charging Netanyahu with war … Continue reading

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ICC to Investigate Israeli War Crimes

Philip Giraldi | globalresearch.ca On February 5th ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda announced that her office is now studying the decision made to confirm ICC’s jurisdiction and would be “guided strictly by its independent and impartial mandate” to investigate and prosecute war … Continue reading

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How the Left is being Manipulated into Colluding in its own Character Assassination

Jonathon Cook | globalresearch.ca There was a fascinating online panel discussion on Wednesday night on the Julian Assange case that I recommend everyone watch. The video is at the bottom of the page.   But from all the outstanding contributions, I … Continue reading

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Assange Wins. The Cost: The Crushing of Press Freedom, The Labelling of Dissent as Mental Illness

Jonathon Cook | globalresearch.ca The unexpected decision by Judge Vanessa Baraitser to deny a US demand to extradite Julian Assange, foiling efforts to send him to a US super-max jail for the rest of his life, is a welcome legal … Continue reading

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The Criminal Fraud of the ICC

Source: MWC News More than 50 years ago the United Nations began working towards the establishment of a permanent, International Criminal Court (ICC). In the course of the 20th Century some 170 million civilians were victims of war crimes, crimes … Continue reading

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The Leveson Inquiry into the British press – oh, what a lovely game

John Pilger johnpilger.com Rupert Murdoch is a bad man. His son James is also bad. Rebekah Brooks is allegedly bad. The News of the World was very bad; it hacked phones and pilloried people. British prime ministers grovelled before this … Continue reading

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Protester calls Blair ‘war criminal’

UPI LONDON, May 28 (UPI) — An anti-war protester interrupted a British inquiry into press ethics as former Prime Minister Tony Blair was testifying Monday, calling Blair a “war criminal.” The protester accused Blair of being on the payroll of … Continue reading

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The Assange case means we are all suspects now

Source: John Pilger This week’s Supreme Court hearing in the Julian Assange case has profound meaning for the preservation of basic freedoms in western democracies. This is Assange’s final appeal against his extradition to Sweden to face allegations of sexual … Continue reading

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Do Private Military Contractors Have Impunity to Torture?

Source: DissidentVoice Unbelievably, in 2011 this question has not yet been settled in the courts of the United States. Human rights attorneys are headed back to court in the coming month to argue that, yes, victims of war crimes and … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields by Channel 4

A special investigation by Channel 4 featuring devastating new evidence of alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka is screened at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, as pressure mounts for action. The documentary is an hour-long investigation into the … Continue reading

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