1. Acusan a tres miembros del KKK de planear la muerte de un reo afroamericano en cárcel de la Florida

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    Tres miembros del Ku Klux Klan están siendo acusados de haber planeado la muerte de un preso afroamericano. Esto como presunta venganza luego de un pleito dentro de una prisión en la Florida. La fiscalía estatal ya confirmó el arresto de los sospechosos que ahora enfrentan cargos de intento de homicidio. Fue tan intenso el operativo que se necesitaron a varios agentes de seguridad.

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    • Reflecting on Death by Hamza Tzortzis

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      • Feint

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        Crucible of society ...

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        • Benton County, Washington, Debtors Prision

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          From National Public Radio A yearlong NPR investigation found that the costs of the criminal justice system in the United States are paid increasingly by the defendants and offenders. It's a practice that causes the poor to face harsher treatment than others who commit identical crimes and can afford to pay. Some judges and politicians fear the trend has gone too far. The Threat Of Pay Or Stay - But some communities argue they make needed money from fines and fees. NPR obtained a year of jail records from Benton County and sampled data over a four-month period in 2013. On a typical day, about a quarter of the people who were in jail for misdemeanor offenses were there because they had failed to pay their court fines and fees. Benton County District Court Judge Robert Ingvalson defends the county's heavy use of fines and fees — and jail time for those who don't pay. He says it's needed to hold people accountable when they break laws. "If they won't pay the money, the only thing we can take from them at that point is their time," Ingvalson says. But Vanessa Torres Hernandez, an attorney with the ACLU of Washington who recently wrote a report criticizing the practice, disagrees. "If you have resources, a court fine and fee isn't a big deal. You can pay that money. You can walk free. But for people who are already poor, the court fine and fee is in essence an additional sentence," she says. One result, she says, is that poor people are faced with difficult choices, sometimes using money they need for food or rent to pay court costs to stay out of jail. Benton County collects just a fraction of all the fines and fees it's owed. But the county still collected $13 million in 2012 — making it one of the state's top revenue producers. There is some debate in Benton County about whether that's a good thing. Court officials note with pride how much money they raise. But local police chiefs say money goes out, too. It costs the police departments about $65 a day to keep someone in jail for not paying their fines. The county prosecutor worries that the practice is unfair to poor defendants, and he has asked local judges to put a cap on how many days they will put people in jail. "I actually have some question about the fairness of some of the fines that are imposed," says Benton County Prosecuting Attorney Andy Miller. "But a lot of these fines are mandatory, set by the legislature."

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          • Point Mort: Asinara's Prision

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            • El Preso

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              2010

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              • Documental: Camila Speziale

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                Camila es una activista de Greenpeace de 21 años que por primera vez participó de una acción en el extranjero, luego de 4 años de activismo en Argentina. Fue convocada para formar parte de un reducido grupo de activistas de todas partes del mundo, que reclamarían en contra de las perforaciones en el Ártico, en una plataforma petrolera rusa. Durante dicha acción los activistas fueron duramente reprimidos y al día siguiente detenidos. Fueron llevados a Murmansk, ciudad costera al norte de Rusia, y dados 2 meses de prisión preventiva. En este documental vemos a través de entrevistas con los padres, hermanos y con la misma Camila, como todo lo vivido por la activista es un misterio muy bien guardado dentro de la cabeza de quien protagonizó esta historia, únicamente plasmado en los textos y cartas que escribió en la cárcel, algunos de los cuales son revelados por ella misma en esta oportunidad.

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                • Solution to World Hunger - Hamza Tzortzis

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                  • Stand for Justice [POWERFUL] - Hamza Tzortzis - RELEASEMOAZZAM

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