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  • 01:03

    "Help4Men Radio Special" Equal Justice Initiative A HISTORY OF RACIAL INJUSTICE

    in US Government

    Our nation’s prison population has more than quintupled,” she said. “And this is due largely to the war on drugs and the ‘get tough’ movement. The drug war has been waged almost exclusively in poor communities of color even though studies have consistently shown now for decades that contrary to popular belief, people of color are no more likely to use or sell illegal drugs than whites, but by waging this drug war almost exclusively in poor communities of color, we’ve now created a vast new racial under-caste.”


    One hundred and fifty years after the Emancipation Proclamation, the progress made by African-Americans is undeniable–which is why statistics about incarceration in the black community can be so shocking. In 2011 there were more African-Americans in prison or “under the watch” of the justice system than were enslaved in the United .


     

  • 01:07

    Correcting the System of Unequal Justice - STOP Racial Profiling

    in News

    Help STOP Racial Profiling - ACTION WE NEED TO TAKE!


    Correcting The System of Unequal Justice is BACK for its 1st LIVE show of 2015!


    Join Gerald E. Rose, his New Order National Human Rights team and Danilo Ignacio  of The Mediahandlers Group as they tackle this week's topics, Racial Profiling & Body Cameras.


    Call In - SOUND Off by calling in at 718-664-6543!


    Racial Profiling -- The consideration of race, ethnicity, or national origin by an officer of the law in deciding when and how to intervene in an enforcement capacity.


    1. African-Americans comprise 13% of the U.S. population and 14% of the monthly drug users, but 37% of the people arrested for drug-related offenses in America.


    2. Studies show that police are more likely to pull over and frisk blacks or Latinos than whites. In New York City, 80% of the stops made were blacks and Latinos, and 85% of those people were frisked, compared to a mere 8% of the white people stopped.


    3. After being arrested, African-Americans are 33% more likely than whites to be detained while facing a felony trial in New York.


    4. In 2010, the U.S. Sentencing Commission reported that African Americans receive 10% longer sentences than whites through the federal system for the same crimes.


    5. In 2009 African-Americans are 21% more likely than whites to receive mandatory minimum sentences and 20% more likely to be sentenced to prison than white drug defendants.


    SOUND OFF -- Sign>>> S. 1038 (113th): End Racial Profiling Act of 2013


     


     

  • 00:31

    The Pennsylvania Justice Project - A Wrongfully Accused Man's Story

    in Legal

    It has been about 2 years now, since I began to research and review the facts in the Timothy McEnany case — one of the worst miscarriages of justice in PA history, in my opinion. 


    McEnany was accused of murdering a Hummelstown woman in March, 1993; and despite mishandling and tampering at the crime scene by the victim’s family, gross errors and misrepresentations of so-called “expert witnesses”, and a litany of inconsistencies longer than your arm, McEnany was tried and found guilty of the crime he didn’t commit.

    In this episode, we'll talk about the (poorly) manufactured evidence against McEnany, and the gross inconsistencies in the Commonwealth's case against him. How was this abusrd evidence not challenged? 

    And be sure to tune into our next program, when we take a look at one of the reasons that might have happened... It's called Incentivised Injustice... and it's all too commonplace in Pennsylvania it seems! 

  • 02:01

    A Just Cause Coast 2 Coast - Racial Equality and Justice for All

    in US Government

    Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.  


    Our Special Guests for tonight's show are Niger Innis, who currently serves as the National Spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality and Burl Barer, a Radio Show Host, a Crime Expert, a Edgar Award winner and best selling author of true crime, mystery fiction, supernatural thrillers, and pop culture.


    A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org. 


    For more information, about A Just Cause and to Donate to the IRP6 legal defense fund, visit www.a-justcause.com.


    Follow us on Twitter: @AJCRadio, @A_JustCause, @FreeTheeIRP6,  @FreeeTheIRP6 and Like our Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCoast2Coast, and https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCO, https://www.facebook.com/FreetheIRP6


    Thank you for your support!

  • 00:30

    The Pennsylvania Justice Project - Did Tim McEnany Get a Fair Trial?

    in Legal

    It has been about 2 years now, since I began to research and review the facts in the Timothy McEnany case — one of the worst miscarriages of justice in PA history, in my opinion. 


    McEnany was accused of murdering a Hummelstown woman in March, 1993; and despite mishandling and tampering at the crime scene by the victim’s family, gross errors and misrepresentations of so-called “expert witnesses”, and a litany of inconsistencies longer than your arm, McEnany was tried and found guilty of the crime he didn’t commit.

    In this episode, we'll talk about the suspicious chain of events during and following Timothy McEnany's trial for the murder of Katherine Bishop, and we'll ask why the most likely suspect in the case was completely ignored. 

  • 01:27

    Why Justice is needed in this society?

    in Politics

     


    A commonly accepted definition of Justice is that it is a moral standard of all men to one another requiring them to perform their social and moral as well as legal obligations to each other and to grant to each other all that fairly be granted.


    The importance and significance of justice can never be underestimated in the affairs of men. This is so because according to Pope Pius XII, just as, in fact, there can be no peace without order so there can be no order without justice.”


    Verily, justice occupies the highest place in the hierarchy of human values. Under the Old Testament particularly in the Book of Micah, the teachings of the prophets of Israel were summarized into one verse only: “to do justice; to show constant love and to live in humble fellowship with God.”


    Actually, justice is synonymous with righteousness in the sense that what is righteous is just and what is just is righteous.


    Indeed, it is important to be just for according to Confucius “heaven gives long and good life to the just.” His statement finds strong support in two biblical passages, to wit:


    “Righteous men – men of integrity – will live in this land of ours. But God will snatch wicked men from the land and pull sinners out of it like plants from the ground.” (Proverbs 2:21-22)


    “The Lord puts a curse on the house of wicked men and blesses the homes of the righteous.” (Proverbs 3:33

  • 00:02

    Nancy Lockhart, Human Rights Advocate re Criminal Justice

    in Politics Progressive

    Our guest on "NNIA1" this Friday night, June 19, is Nancy Lockhart, a noted human rights advocate in the area of criminal justice! Join us at 9pmEST by calling (818)572.2947. Lockhart's strong legal research and advocacy skills have led to many successes for her clients and for everyone who cares about justice. 

    Nancy Lockhart, M.J. is a non attorney legal analyst with a sincere passion for researching and publicizing wrongful convictions and issues of grave injustices.

    Lockhart is most notably recognized for her work in freeing The Scott Sisters, however; her resume encompasses numerous successful results. Lockhart holds a Master of Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

    As a former third generation public school teacher Lockhart followed the tradition of creating "outside the box" teaching strategies for students labeled learning disabled and emotionally disturbed. Her consciousness and disapproval of the "school to prison pipeline" led her to work with juvenile delinquents. As 1994, Reader's Digest DeWitt Wallace Fellow - Lockhart created strategies to integrate technology and writing in rural South Carolina.

    In December of 2011, Lockhart published "Locked Up What To Do When Your AZZ Get's Locked Up" as a learning supplement and guidebook against mass incarceration. Her website is 


    http://nancylockhart.blogspot.com/

    Lockhart is available for interactive, community based legal education 

  • 01:00

    JUMBLED JUSTICE

    in Politics

    AN INSIDE LOOK AT CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES AND PRACTICE. 

  • Federal Reserve Banks Corruption- Jade Helm update, Racial Division, Guns

    in Paranormal

    Jerry Williams covers the Federal Reserve Bank Corruption and how it all began and where were headed.


    Jerry Williams will cover all the latest news hidden by the mainstream media including Politics,Donald Trump,Jade Helm,Police State,Racial Division and coming soon WWIII

  • 00:31

    Re-Awakening of Racial Hatred in the USA

    in Motivation

    Dylann Storm Roof, 21,was arrested Thursday morning in Shelby,North Carolina for killing nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.  The gunman walked into the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church,one of the nation’s oldest Black American congregations dating back to1891, after 8 p.m., and the first call to police came shortly after 9 p.m. The gunman, from the Columbia, S.C., traveled to Charleston, S.C., sat down with parishioners in a prayer meeting for nearly an hour, and then opened fire. 


    Dylann Storm Roof is white and the nine slain people are black; among the dead was  South Carolina State Senator  (Rev.)  Clementa C. Pinckney, pastor of the church.  The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, the F.B.I., and the United States Attorney’s Office for South Carolina opened a hate crime investigation into the shooting. The gunman was quoted as saying, “I have to do it; you rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.”


    .A survivor of the shooting reported that the gunman asked for the pastor,sat next to Senator  Pinckney during the Bible study,During the shooting, Dylann Storm Roof reloaded his gun five times. J. Todd Rutherford, the minority leader of the State House of Representatives, confirmed that Senator  Pinckney’s sister was also among those killed. 


     

  • 00:31

    The Pennsylvania Justice Project - Rewards & Promotions for the Corrupt?

    in Legal

    After hearing about the gross negligence, mishandling and possible manufacturing of evidence against Timothy McEnany, in the Katherine Bishop murder trial, we're going to explore the curious way in which those who went along with (and turned blind eyes toward) these obvious issues and red flags appear to have been quickly rewarded for their roles in the case. 

    And we'll spotlight one of the most corrupt players in the case, who went on to become a sheriff, recently asked to step-down in scandal, due to misconduct.


    Anyone listening to these "coincidences" is bound to agree that we need someone in authority to take a new look at this case, so that an innocent man can be set free (and Mrs. Bishop's real killer can hopefully be apprehended and tried, like he should have been questioned at the time of the crime.)