Monthly Archives: December 2006

The Clock

A circle of such significance Sixty marks of mental anguish The short arm vaguely stating where the sun sits in the sky While the long arm moves with unbelievable regularity Followed by my anxious eyes The red arm flies over … Continue reading

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Keep It, It’s Yours

Ashley, hey can you hear me? I am running late, sorry, I am on my way Got something I need to ask you Remember the first time we me? Your eyes pulled my heart from my chest That day I … Continue reading

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Police Brutality at the Hands of Sgt. Myers and the Corruption of the Champaign Sheriff’s Department Under Dan Walsh That Allowed It to Continue

On November 6, 2004 I was taken into custody by the Urbana Police Department for an incident that occurred at the Canopy Club. I was not right with my actions that night at the club, but that does not make … Continue reading

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Community Court Watch Corner

On December 1, Champaign-Urbana Citizens for Peace and Justice held a press conference to pre-empt a plea bargain expected to be finalized for Sgt. William Alan Myers, accused of illegally using a Taser on an inmate in the Champaign County … Continue reading

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The Oaxacan People’s Insurrection for Dignity

On the dawn of Friday, October 27, 2006, news about the assassination of the New York Independent Media reporter Brad Will by paramilitary forces in the southern state of Oaxaca, Mexico reverberated throughout the world. This day marked the beginning … Continue reading

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