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The InJustice of Terroristic Crimes

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Voices InJustice Radio, Sunday evenings beginning at 7pm eastern time with host/producer Trish McKnight. We bring the conversations of injustices affecting our local communities and our world. As a community outreach broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery, we want to provide the public platform to share your thoughts of these topics while protecting your anonymity. Call the show at 929-477-3163, press 1 to speak live or get involved through our active chatroom by using your Social ID login for Blogtalk Radio. We are discussing the many human injustices displayed in crime, race, religion, education, social issues and more.

Are you ready for a powerful broadcast tonight about the topic of TERRORISTIC CRIMES. Many people consider a terroristic crime only exists against a government entity, however these terror inflicting crimes violate Human & Civil Rights; against children and adults. Terroristic crimes aren't only committed on the other side of the world, they are committed in our neighborhoods and even our homes. The taught understanding of CRIME is what happens when a stranger or neighbor attacks someone, robs a business, uses illegal drugs and so forth. We don't even use the word terroristic unless someone sets off a bomb, or takes down an airplane. However, there is a completely different side to these types of crime. Join me live tonight as we clarify more the actions involved committed which meet the State, Federal, and United Nations description of these acts.

Our shows are for public discussion and community involvment. They do not represent any form of professional legal, medical, or therapeutic suggestions. We hope you involve your teens and family, because ending Human InJustice requires inspiring the next generation to get involved in their community well being today. Thank you

 

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