1. Law and Batting Order - Episode 82: The FIFA Corruption Charges

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    In this episode, I discuss the indictment of 9 FIFA executives and 5 corporate executives in the Eastern District of New York after they were charged with wire fraud, money laundering, and racketeering. Read the indictment here: https://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.documentcloud.org/documents/2088988/fifa-indictments.pdf Follow LABO here: http://www.lawandbattingorder.com http://www.facebook.com/LawAndBattingOrder http://www.twitter.com/LawAndBO http://www.instagram.com/LawAndBO

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    • AJAM: US govt accused of not doing enough to solve racially-motivated murders

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      Call for justice. Hundreds of civil rights-era deaths unsolved. Lawyers and professors took the accusation to the UN, believing some white supremacy killers got away with murder. This Al Jazeera America news segment aired on March 20, 2015. I am interviewed by AJAM news anchor John Seigenthaler, starting at about 2:30. For more on the UN hearings on unpunished civil rights-era cold cases, see the Guardian's coverage: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/19/un-us-racial-murders-civil-rights-era

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      • Racist EZ-Cash

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        Now that the Department of Justice report on Ferguson has been released, the veil has been lifted on a corrupt system that bled that town’s African-American citizens of their income, rights and freedom. Ferguson’s Municipal Court had become a criminal enterprise bent on increasing revenue by bleeding citizens dry. You can read more at http://www.MarkFiore.com.

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        • DoJ's Settlement with S&P Is a Bad Deal for the Public, Says Bart Naylor

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          Public Citizen financial policy expert Bartlett Naylor is highly critical of the Department of Justice's recent $1.4 billion settlement with Standard & Poor's and its parent, McGraw-Hill. The settlement admits no wrongdoing, will be paid out of the pockets of shareholders, and will be tax deductible. Naylor says it will just encourage more wrongdoing on Wall Street.

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          • Sen. Hatch to AG nominee Loretta Lynch Ted Stevens trial was out of this world bad (480p)

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            Thanks to C-SPAN and Senator Lisa Murkowski who has this posted on her site also.

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            • LICENSED TO LIE PREVIEW

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              A multi-media preview of the legal thriller LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice by Sidney Powell

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              • Senator Grassley Calling for Public Disclosure of OLC Opinions

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                Senator Chuck Grassley, in his opening statement on the nomination of the new attorney general, called for Legal Opinions issued by the U.S Department of Justice to be available to the public.

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                • Overlords by John Stossel

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                  John Stossel features LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice on his weekly show on Fox.

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                  • AFN President Julie Kitka on election and AFN's unfinished business

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                    Clip from AFN's October 31 press conference. About the next steps ahead for AFN on voting rights.

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                    • COURT HEARING: Warden Louis W. Winn Jr. VS Edwin Louis

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                      Warden Louis W. Winn Jr., Complex Warden of the Federal Bureau of Prisons' Federal Correctional Complex of Tucson, AZ files a protection order against a former Correctional Officer, citing "harassment" via Facebook.

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