Guantanamo's Kangaroo Court and Trial of Omar Khadr
Guantanamo's Kangaroo Court and Trial of Omar Khadr: Interview with Dennis Edney, Khadr's Canadian attorney. Last week the tribunal at Guantanamo tried and convicted in a plea agreement Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen who was only fifteen years old when captured after a fire fight in Afghanistan. This was the first trial of a child soldier for war crimes since WWII and it happened in a court that is not recognized by international law. Khadr's attorney will join host Linda Olson-Osterlund to talk about his clients plea agreement. The Pentagon says Khadr is a dangerous terrorist. Tune in to hear the other side of the story.
What were voters thinking? Jo Ann and Dave sort through the midterm election rubble to find out!
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Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know." Tropical storm heads for Haiti, continued war agenda for new legislators. Iraq body count plus Pentagon count = true total of Iraqi deaths. And the killing continues, while the Taliban gains increased support. Who benefits? And don't forget the goal of pauperizing Americans--low pay bumps up corporate profits. Let's see some real change!
Mike Ruppert, the founder and former editor of From The Wilderness, a newsletter and website dedicated to investigating political cover-ups. He is now CEO and President of Collapse Network, Inc. Mike Ruppert will discuss peak oil and the looming currency war. Ruppert was the subject of the 2009 documentary film Collapse, in which he was interviewed about his theories, writings and life story.