Monthly Archives: September 2006

Arrogance and Impunity–Coca-cola in India

In what can only be characterized as arrogance and impunity, we are learning that Coca-Cola and Pepsi have continued to sell soft drinks in India with dangerously high levels of pesticides—three years after even the government of India confirmed that … Continue reading

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“Democratic” Party Obstructs Democratic Process

If Joe Parnarauskis prevails against the Democratic Party’s attempt to remove his name from the ballot, students and workers will have a socialist, anti-war candidate to vote for in the November election. Parnarauskis, a registered nurse and lifelong resident of … Continue reading

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Busy Week for Community Courtwatch

Courtwatchers have been busy keeping an eye on the criminal justice system in Champaign County. Again it is volunteers, individuals doing their duty as citizens, that have done more work than paid staff in the mainstream media or salaried public … Continue reading

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It’s Raining Felonies

I was asked to write this article by the folks at the Public i to add support to this issue highlighting misuses of the enforcement and justice system in Champaign County. I want to point out that my story pales … Continue reading

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Police Corruption

Police corruption is something that can go undetected for long periods of time, but when a scandal breaks, it often exposes many individuals—from patrol officers on the streets, all the way up to their supervisors. Most police officers will not … Continue reading

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Construction of Injustice

Investing in lies and blaming the youth Ruminate, Murder is designed to hide the truth Murder is designed to hide the truth Murder is designed to hide the truth 5 deaths, 5 deaths in the county jails in less than … Continue reading

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