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Archive for the Month of August, 2005.
Viewing Miscellaneous NEWS articles 1 through 5 of 5.

August 10, 2005

What we forget about Watts - What we don't remember, what many of us never really considered, was that this was a mass political action that had no leaders, no apologists, no internal critics. The Watts riot was a spontaneous act of a people who had been oppressed, emasculated and impoverished for too long. It didn't matter if the man being arrested was guilty or not. It didn't matter if the police stood out in the street and said to go home. Who cared what they said or what their laws said? Who cared about property that would never be ours?

August 14, 2005

DEA Seeks Private Guards To Protect Traveling Tonnage of Pot - In Unprecedented Move, DEA Seeks Private Security Forces to Protect and Destroy Drugs

August 16, 2005

U.S. minorities are becoming the majority - The United States as a whole is moving in the direction of its two most populous states, California and Texas, where members of racial and ethnic minorities account for more than half the population, according to the Census Bureau.

August 20, 2005

OK BOMB case now open again, bombing documents ordered turned over to judge - A U.S. District Court judge in Salt Lake City, Utah, has ordered the Oklahoma City FBI office to turn over unredacted copies of all documents currently at issue in a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit involving additional evidence and the names of additional conspirators in the Oklahoma City bombing case.

August 21, 2005

2 Illegal Immigrants Win Arizona Ranch in Court - The land transfer is being made to satisfy judgments in a lawsuit in which the immigrants had said that Casey Nethercott, the owner of the ranch and a former leader of the vigilante group Ranch Rescue, had harmed them.


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