Genocide ends today will speak with phenominal activist Shawn McDonald on whether media attention is valuable or in any way effective in ending state-sanctioned genocide. Victims families consistently believe such public attention will bring justice, yet all the recent cases consistently demonstrate that such entities almost always equit officers charged in such cases regardless of how much news coverage it gets. Is dealing with the press a waste of time? What are the alternatives in seeking justice?
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