• 01:31

    Prosecutorial and Judicial Misconduct In The IRP-6 Case?

    in Lifestyle

    According to A-Just Cause, an organization dedicated to stopping wrongful convictions, the mostly Black executives of IRP Solutions are allegedly victims of prosecutorial and judicial misconduct.
    A–Just Cause, and other published reports, claim that IRP Solutions was developing software specifically for law enforcement needs.  Apparently other large corporations (after receiving several hundred million dollars) were unable to develop suitable software for law enforcement needs.  Arguably, IRP Solutions had developed the best software suitable for local law enforcement, and national security usage.  According to A-Just Cause, IRP Solutions used the services of Staffing Agencies to pay the salaries of IT technicians needed to modify the software to meet the needs of specific law enforcement agencies such as the Philadelphia police department, the New York City police department, and other agencies.  Still, the IRP executives were investigated for committing fraud upon the staffing companies, indicted and convicted.
    What role if any did major corporations play in stopping the progress of a startup innovative mostly Black company that had out performed them?  What incidents of prosecutorial and judicial misconduct occurred in this (09-CR-00266-CMA) case?
    On Thursday June 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM eastern time, our guests will be Samuel Thurman and Cliff Stewart, spokespersons for A-Just Cause.  Join us for this extended segment of the Justice For All Show!

  • 01:41

    Movement Building with Joel Segal

    in Politics Progressive

    Criminal Injustice - The Case of Don Siegelman and Rev. Edward Pinkney


    Activists and attorney Burt Wides talk with Joel about the case in Alabama and Benton Harbor, Michigan. Two innocent men are currently being held as politcal prisoners due to judicial misconduct.


    Every American deserves the right to a fair trial with an impartial judge and jury.


    Burt Wides is a pro bono advocate on a variety of national issues especially the balance of national security vs. civil liberties and human rights. He investigated Dick Chemey's War on Terror, including torture and extraordinary rendition for Congresman John Conyers. He has served as Chief of Staff or senior counsel for 3 US Senators and 2 Congressional committees.


     

  • 01:01

    Meet the Women Organizing Marijuana Law Reform & Drug Law Reform Symposiums

    in News

    Marijuana legalization measures have been a mixed bag of good and bad for medical marijuana patients. With California most likely to have a legalization initiative on the ballot in 2016, legalization proponents want to work with medical marijuana patients to ensure that their rights are protected under any marijuana legalization initiatives that are on the ballot.


     


    Dale Sky Jones is Director of the Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform, a California based nonpartisan organization dedicated to ending marijuana prohibition through ballot initiatives, legislative collaboration and public education campaigns. As the shows first guest, Ms. Jones will provide information on the series of roundtable discussions being held in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego and Santa Ana on Jan. 30 and 31. Information on prospects for the 2016 initiatives and how patients can work together to make sure they do not have a negative impact is at the center of these community forums.


     


    Students for Sensible Drug Policy at the University of California at Irvine are sponsoring a symposium on Saturday, Feb. 21 that will bring together experts from the legal, political, and judicial arenas, as well as civil rights activists, harm reduction workers, entrepreneurs, and full-time reform workers for an in-depth look at how U.S. drug policies have affected society, and what lies ahead on the horizon.


     


    The show’s second guest is Lauren Ayn Mendelsohn, coordinator for SSDP at UCI who is also a J.D. Candidate, 2016. She will explain the ins and outs of this important symposium and reveal the names of the invited speakers and participants. Marijuana law reform is a key component of the reform process and Ms. Mendelsohn will provide information on how this is incorporated into the symposium’s presentations.

  • 01:00

    RNN - Dr Fred Mosely - Return of the Judiciary

    in Politics

    We welcome a man who knows about judicial activity, corruption, and influence. Dr Fred Mosely, of Justice Ministries International, will be discussing the return of the judiciary to a constitutional foundation. Hear about his discovery of the "The Laws of Life". Pete Moake, interim Republic Supreme Court Chief Justice will join in this discussion hosted by Bob Barnet.


    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.


    Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9:00 Eastern/ 8:00 Central/ 7:00 Mountain/ 6:00 Pacific.


    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.


    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.

  • 02:08

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss all manner of smalltown life in Kansas in the second hour after these news stories.


    Program Summary: 26 Jan. 2015


    Counterspin (30 min.)


    Description: This week on CounterSpin: After the State of the Union address, one paper's headline was "Obama Pulls No Punches," but another said the speech consisted of "modest proposals," while a third deemed it "A Bold Call to Action Even if No Action Is Likely." What's the public to make of this exercise in political theater and the media's morning-after tea leaf-reading? We'll talk with journalist and activist Keane Bhatt.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description: President and Prime Minister of Yemen resign in apparent coup by Houthi rebels; Austerity measures take center stage in Greek elections; Boko Haram claims responsibility for major attack in Nigeria; CIA whistle-blower case goes to jury; Pennsylvania governor’s inauguration draws opponents of fracking; U.S. Supreme Court hears state judicial campaign financing case; #ReclaimMLK actions vindicate King’s legacy of civil rights protests.  Also on the show: A proposed Pennsylvania law aimed at silencing Mumia Abu-Jamal targets our right to hear as much as his right to speak. Why aren't more journalists up in arms? We'll talk to one who is: Daniel Denvir, senior staff writer at Philadelphia City Paper.


    Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.

  • 02:03

    EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • 01:04
  • 00:32

    EL Moore Journal: The California State Budget Priorities Forum

    in Radio

    This is the second podcast of the EL Moore Journal from the KWLAC Radio station. This show will feature a report and commentary on the California Budget Priorities Forum that was hosted by Sebastian Ridley-Thomas at the Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, California on Saturday January 24, 2015. Audio clips from live recordings during a break out session will be played with commentary from the host. 

  • 01:00

    Judicial Misconduct - Taking A Bite Out The Middle Class

    in Legal

    Activists Nancy Swan and Katherine Moore talk about the obstacles faced in contending with judicial misconduct and other government corruption, even with the financial and social stability of being part of America's middle class.

  • 00:50
  • 00:17

    GOVERNMENT TORT LAW & POLICE MISCONDUCT

    in Politics

    So what happens when you believe that your civil rights have been violated by the LAPD or the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department? If you believe that you have been the victim of abuse by law enforcement than you have the right to report the incident and to file a lawsuit against the law enforcement agency, but the entire process can be a nightmare for individuals who do not understand the legal process of making a Government claim and therefore many incidents of police misconduct and abuse go unreported or fall into the cracks because there are very strict legal guidelines which must be followed along with a very narrow widow of time to file your grievance or lawsuit known as the “statute of limitation.” A statute of limitations is the deadline for filing a lawsuit. Most lawsuits MUST be filed within a certain amount of time. In general, once the statute of limitations on a case “runs out,” the legal claim is not valid any longer. In most cases, the victim of police abuse only has 6 months to file a claim against the government.


    What is a Government Tort Claim? When a representative of the State of California or LA government is negligent and results in injury, there is a significant list of requirements that must be met and regulations that must be followed. There is a statute of limitations that further inhibits ability to file and win suits.


    Join Carlos Montenegro to discuss the “pros & cons” of filing a Government claim and how to successfully file a personal injury claim against the City or County of Los Angeles for police misconduct. 

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