Lula Is Innocent. Free Him Now.

By Tony Burke, Jacobin Magazine. -

The revelations uncovered about the case against former Brazilian president Lula da Silva, jailed in April last year, vindicate a year of campaigning for his freedom. But this isn’t just about [...]

Brazilian Lawyers Demand Investigation Into Judge’s Behavior And The Release Of Lula

By Cristiane Sampaio, Resumen Latin America. -

The story released last Sunday by The Intercept Brazil about the Operation Lava Jato (or Car Wash) resulted in collateral effects at different levels in Brazil, including the legal field. Four [...]

Groups Challenge New Felony Protest Law

By Steve Hardy, The Advocate. -

Louisiana - Environmentalists and activists arrested for protesting around the Bayou Bridge pipeline have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law [...]

Extinction Rebellion ‘Must Address Safety And Security Concerns’

By Chris Saltmarsh, The Ecologist. -

Legal advice group Green and Black Cross (GBC) has taken the unprecedented step of making a public statement raising a series of legal and security concerns around Extinction Rebellion [...]

Mueller Report Takes ‘Russian Meddling’ For Granted

By RT, The Duran. -

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s ‘Russiagate’ report has cleared Donald Trump of ‘collusion’ charges but maintains that Russia meddled in the 2016 US presidential election. Yet concrete evidence [...]

Another African Convicted In Another Racist, Chauvinist Western Court

By Ann Garrison, Black Agenda Report. -

Last week a jury in Boston Federal Court convicted Rwandan asylum seeker Jean Leonard Teganya of fraud and perjury for lying on his immigration papers about his involvement in the 1994 Rwandan [...]

ICC Refuses To Investigate Crimes In Afghanistan, U.S. Torture

By Center for Constitutional Rights. -

April 12, 2019, Paris, The Hague, New York – In what human rights groups call an appalling decision, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II decided not to grant the Prosecutor’s request to open an [...]

Taken: Police Departments Make Millions By Seizing Property

By Anna Lee, Nathaniel Cary and Mike Ellis, The Greenville News. -

When a man barged into Isiah Kinloch’s apartment and broke a bottle over his head, the North Charleston resident called 911. After cops arrived on that day in 2015, they searched the injured [...]

Rocks Are Not Guns: #AskJoseAntonio

By Justice for Jose Antonio Coalition, Popular Resistance. -

Tucson, AZ - President Donald Trump said members of the U.S. military sent to the southern border to keep out thousands in a migrant caravan would "fight back" and “anybody throwing rocks or [...]

One Year After, Portland Still Protests Murder Of Quanice Hayes

By pdx law grrrl, Twitter. -

On February 9, 2017 a Portland police officer shot & killed 17-year-old Quanice Hayes. After Quanice was killed cops found a toy gun. Not a single police officer told the grand jury that they saw [...]

Newsletter: Dissent Under Attack By Government & Corporations

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, www.popularresistance.org -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers. It is often hard to tell how close popular movements are to success or whether they are even a threat to the status quo power structure. Despite vigorous [...]

DA Drops Charges Against 3 In Confederate Monument Case

By Virginia Bridges and Joe Johnson, www.heraldsun.com -

By Virginia Bridges and Joe Johnson for The Herald Sun. Durham County District Attorney Roger Echols said Thursday he has dropped charges against some of the dozen people charged with toppling a [...]

Exposed: Brutal FBI Tactics To Recruit Informants

By Trevor Aaronson, www.theintercept.com -

By Trevor Aaronson for The Intercept. Florida - A bailiff pushed Jabar Ali Refaie’s wheelchair into a federal courtroom in Tampa, Florida, on September 20. Dressed in an orange jumpsuit and [...]

San Francisco, Oakland Sue Oil Giant Over Climate Change

By Staff, www.insideclimatenews.org -

By Inside Climate News. San Francisco and Oakland sued five major oil companies in the state courts on Wednesday in the latest attempts to hold fossil fuel producers accountable for the effects [...]

Protester: ‘Is This My Last Free Birthday?’

By Patrick Strickland, www.aljazeera.com -

By Patrick Strickland for Al Jazeera. Washington, DC - When Olivia Alsip travelled to the capital to protest against the inauguration of right-wing US President Donald Trump, she didn't imagine [...]