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Over the last 15 years the world has undergone a rash a violent crimes, particularly as it concerns shootings. The Columbine High School shootings of 1999 started what seemed to be a media frenzy around coverage of highly violent crimes. Since Columbine, other noted shootings include Virginia Tech University (2007), Aurora, Colorado movie theater (2012), Fort Hood, Texas (2009 and 2014) and the list unfortunately goes ON! Are technology and the media to blame? Are we to blame for our incessant need to be "entertained" and in the know? Join us as we discuss the most current shooting massacre of Isla Vista. Joining us in the discussion is International Trauma expert Dr. Susan Sutton-Clawson.
Violent crimes in America have become an epidemic within the past decade or so, with more juvenile offenders taking to the streets, homicide and murder rates have skyrocketed, as science does their best to study the minds of America's most horrific killers. Amanda Seaton would like to invite you to delve into the world of crime and forensics, as she provides an analysis of those violent crimes committed by juvenile offenders, mothers, husbands, room-mates, ex-football players, and one of the most famous sadistic serial killers of the 1970's. The book explores the substantial problem the United States of America is facing with violent crimes, not just committed by adults, but juvenile offenders as well. VIOLENT CRIMES IN AMERICA: And The Forensic Disciplines Used To Solve Them-Amanda Seaton
Debtors Prison was an institution used by the ruling class in Europe to punish people who could not pay their debts. Living under an oppressive system of high taxes and fines, of course the jails became overcrowded with debtors who could not pay. Many were given the opportunity to work off their debts as "indentured servants," temporary slaves who worked until the debt was paid off. Most were languishing in Europe's overcrowded jails until they were given an opportunity for release. The catch: they had to leave the continent and go and settle what Europeans called "the new world" - America. Many came to America, and the rest is history. But, what happened is that the descendants of those earlier prisoners have recreated the same system in present day America. Many of those incarcerated are serving time simply because they didn't have money. Sometimes people are jailed for unpaid parking tickets causing, unknown to them, a suspended license. Often the "crime" was the sale or use of marijuana (a substance which is now sold legally) and they couldn't pay bail or couldn't pay a good lawyer. Our jails are overcrowded, and prison is just a thinly disguised slave labor business. It's time to stop it. Only violent criminals need to be locked away to protect society while they undergo rehabilitation. Should all other non violent prisoners be released, provided the opportunities to become productive citizens, and honorably pay any debts owed
Please join host Frankie Picasso and guest Nyzia Easterling on Thursday, April 9th at 1:00 pm EST for The Good Radio Network.
If I can help somebody, my life has not been in vain....Nyzia Easterling
Camden , NJ is a city traumatized by violence. It’s higher than average violent crime rate is spiralling out of control and those who are most affected by this are the children, because in the aftermath, when all is said and done, these children are left parentless and suffering without any hope of a different future. (Camden is rated as # 3 on the Crime index ( out of 100 being the safest) it is safe to say that here is a community that could use some Saving Grace.
Enter Nyzia Easterling. Nyzia is no stranger to loss, yet she founded Saving Grace Ministries for the children of her community. She knew how they suffered from being parentless, a by product of the violence in which they lived. Nyzia knew their sorrow, and saw their future…. A future of unimaginable difficulty, staring down their mortality with as much awareness as with any other routine coping skill. Something had to be done.
Says Nyzia “This “new normal” was anything but welcoming, offering up the intangibility of separation amidst an inconceivable reality." Our mission is to embrace these Victims of Violent Crimes, to erase the negative personification of their unmerited circumstances by engaging them through an amazing ministry we call Saving Grace.”
Saving Grace Ministry's is a collaborative community focused organization offering, counseling, tutoring, mentoring, life skills, seminars, clothing and more. Please join in this conversation.
Lamont Banks, 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 is Retired, Lower Court Judge Donna Hamm, who is the Founder/Executive Director of Middle Ground Prison Reform, and Cindy Eigler, Director of Nation Inside, who supports people who are building a movement to systematically challenge mass incarceration in the United States.
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.
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On our 2nd episode of Crime Time Hour here on A.C..E. Network, Alex Cardinale will be talking about a crime that takes places many times during a week in cities, towns, and anywhere around the USA. Most of these crimes usually don't make the BIG time news or mark an etch in histroy like shootings and killings do, but to me they are still a big crime. On today's episode of crime time hour, we will be talking about robberies. Any way you look at it Robberies are a dangerous crime and one that will land you in prison for quite a long time.
Some of the famous robberies that will be covered include: The famous Bonnie and Clyde, 1998 Bank of America robbery inside the World Trade Center, 1997 Loomis Fargo Robbery in North Carolina, North Hollywood shootout, 1997, deadly shootout between local law enforcement and two bank robbers, and more!!!!
Feel free to call in at 1 347-989-8142 to join the conversation!!!
1. God's word said it would be this way-Isaiah 55:11.
2. Many powerful men have died but God's word is still living-Heb.4:12
3. Making sense of all this world's madness-Psalms 73:17
4. The reason America is a reckless nation-(government and people)
5. The reason people rude and disrespectful
6. The reason people ungrateful and unappreciative
7. The reason for unnatural affection(sexual perversion)
8. The reason for violent anger(fierce); no self control
9. Worldly knowledge and wisdom with no understanding to what's going on.
10. The wicked got it so good...hmm?!
This week on the Porch we're going to discuss whether Black Live Matter to Black People, especially when we are seeing so many Black families torn apart over violent episodes within our community. As much we deal with white supremacy and the psychological, physical socioeconomic warfare that has been upon our people, when do we take up the responsibility to correct and repair the damage that is being done to our people? When do we address the pettiness and the pension to react to one another with unmitigated violence? What value does Black lives have with us?
We will discuss these matters as well as current events this evening on the Porch.
So, make sure that you tune in to this episode of From the Front Porch with Professor Carl Tone Jones on The Initiative Radio Network at (914) 803-4571 at 6:30pm Est Friday evening.
The breaking news all over the internet is that Josh Duggar has resigned from The Family Research Council after someone dug up dirt on his life when he was a teenager. Josh admitted to molesting a few of his sisters as well as a non-family member. Josh committed these crimes when he was 14 years old and his parents turned him in and got him counseling.
We'll discuss this and the issue of judgment beginning with the house of God and other news today on Free for All Friday.
A Cherokee Native American Mother Of Two Autistic Boys Arrives Home From The Hospital In 2012 To Find Cps At Her Door 3 Hours Later To Remove Her Sons
While In Foster Care - They Have Been Physically Beaten - With Noticeable Bruises And Forced To Sleep On A Cold Concrete Floor
Not To Mention The Cocktail Of Heavy Medications That Her Sons Are Forced To Take And The Mother - Dawn Is Not Allowed To Know What They Are
Her Boys Are Fluent In English, Cherokee And Lakota Languages But The Social Worker, Tiffany Twyman Told Them They Are Forbidden To Speak In Their Native Tongue For Their Words Are Nasty, Vulgar And Vile
Hear What Will Happen To You And Your Family Next If You Do Not Stand Up And Fight Back Against These Crimes Against Humanity
Related story: http://medicalkidnap.com/2015/05/19/alabama-autistic-boys-kidnapped-from-native-american-ambassador-mother-and-abused-in-foster-care/
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW . . . RESISTANCE BECOMES DUTY
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Diaspora Group Commends House Chairman for Urging Investigation into Rwandan Human Rights Abuses
At Hearing, Rep. Chris Smith Questions President Kagame’s Role in Killings, Disappearances
WASHINGTON, DC (May 20, 2015) – Democracy in Rwanda Now (DIRN), a non-profit, non-governmental organization, on Wednesday praised the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations for urging an investigation into Rwanda’s human rights record and President Paul Kagame’s role in a series of troubling events including killings and disappearances of dissidents.
Subcommittee Chairman Chris Smith (R-NJ) called some of the recent reported abuses “serious crimes” and said the international community needs to take a “very aggressive look” into what President Paul Kagame’s complicity was in the disappearances and killings of dissidents. “If there are death squads being deployed to kill the diaspora and political opponents...we need to get to the bottom of this,” he said.
The chairman made the remarks at a hearing Wednesday called “Developments in Rwanda,” which he called to examine “persistent, credible reports of human rights abuses by this government both inside and outside the country,” and “how this reality impacts US policy toward Rwanda.”
“Any investigation into the assassinations, attempted assassinations and disappearances of Kagame dissidents is welcome news,” said one of the hearing witnesses David Himbara, a former top economic aide to Kagame and coordinator for the North American branch of DIRN. “I applaud Chairman Smith and Ranking Member Karen Bass for their leadership on this very serious and important issue. The Rwandan people deserve to live in a free and democratic society without fear