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FBI records: agents found no evidence that Zimmerman was racist
Posted: Sunday, July 14, 2013

FBI records: agents found no evidence that Zimmerman was racist

Protests erupt from coast to coast after George Zimmerman goes FREE: Times Square swarmed and Los Angeles freeway mobbed in second day of demonstrations

Obama Responds to Zimmerman Verdict: 'Stem the Tide of Gun Violence'--For Trayvon
President Barack Obama issued a long-awaited response Sunday afternoon to the acquittal of George Zimmerman Saturday evening, reminding Americans to temper "passions," and that "we are a nation of laws and the jury has spoken."

Justice Dept: Zimmerman case under review

Open season on black boys after a verdict like this
Calls for calm after George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin are empty words for black families

Protests erupt from coast to coast after George Zimmerman goes FREE: Second day of demonstrations planned after night of anger
Protests are spreading across the country today following the sensational not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman after he shot dead teenager Trayvon Martin.

Jury: 'Not Guilty'; Protesters: 'No Justice, No Peace!'
Zimmerman smiles, set free; Now will get murder weapon back

White Supremacy Acquits George Zimmerman
A jury has found George Zimmerman not guilty of all charges in connection to death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. But while the verdict came as a surprise to some people, it makes perfect sense to others. This verdict is a crystal-clear illustration of the way white supremacy operates in America.

Tucker Carlson: Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are "Hustlers and Pimps"
It was quite the morning for Fox News Sunday. Ann Coulter called George Zimmerman a "sacrificial lamb for this media narrative about America as being run by the Klan," Geraldo Rivera said that if "you dress like a thug, people are going to treat you like a thug," and Tucker Carlson gave viewers his nuanced opinion on why he doesn't believe several key civil rights leaders should be called that.

Inside look at the internal strife over Al Jazeera America
As the new US network is finally set to launch, serious concerns arise about its brand and intent: especially from within the organization

U.S. Repeals Propaganda Ban, Spreads Government-Made News To Americans

Gay, Powell test positive for banned substances

U.S. to Egypt: Ousted President Morsi must be freed

U.S. Sends Marines, Navy to Egypt
Political crisis, fatal protests continue as Morsi supporters plan renewed protests Friday

Cameraman films his own death in Egypt

Good coups, bad coups
To be honest, when the Egyptian military overthrew President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood (MB) government on July 4, I did not expect a long debate on the question of whether or not this power grab should be labeled a coup. As many observers formulated it that day: It looks like a coup, it smells like a coup, it acts like a coup. So who would seriously want to challenge that observation?

Israel behind mystery attack on Syrian port US sources

New Reports Of Israeli Attack On Syria Make turning a Blind Eye Difficult for Assad
It remains to be seen if Assad will chose to ignore this latest attack, believing that slight humiliation in the media is still preferable to a direct confrontation with Israel.

US officials confirm Israeli strike on Yakhont missiles in Syria

Syrian rebels' Damascus chemical cache found by Assad army - State TV

Tensions increase within Syria rebel ranks
Free Syrian Army and al-Qaeda-linked fighters clash at Aleppo checkpoint, days after commander was shot by rival group.

Assassination of FSA commander is declaration of war in Syria
The assassination of a top Free Syrian Army commander by militants linked to al Qaeda is tantamount to a declaration of war, as FSA rebels open a new front between Western-backed forces and Islamists in Syria's civil war.

By taking sides within sides, Rifkind risks a repeat of Balkans mistakes in Syria
It was the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s and the Bosnian War in the 1990s. Today's superpowers are fighting in Syria, but lets be in no doubt as to their motivations

Forty-Three People Killed in Terrorist Attacks across Iraq

Only 1 percent of "terrorists" caught by the FBI are real
"The Terror Factory" author Trevor Aaronson exposes the Bureau's undercover sting operations for the farce they are

US lawmakers call for penalizing Argentina over Iran ties
Letters to Kerry and Holder emphasize Argentina's recent increase in trade with Iran and the problematic AMIA truth commission



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