• Chelsea Manning denied access to legal library prior to prison hearing, she says

    Source: The Guardian. Chelsea Manning, the soldier and Guardian columnist, has been denied access to a prison legal library days before a crucial hearing at which she will represent herself against charges including possession of unapproved reading material, according to a message posted to her official Twitter account at the weekend. The hearing is part of a legal process that could result in indefinite solitary confinement for Manning, for reported violations that also include storing a tube of expired toothpaste in her military prison cell.

  • US police killings headed for 1,100 this year, with black Americans twice as likely to die

    Source: The Guardian. Police in the United States are killing people at a rate that would result in 1,100 fatalities by the end of this year, according to a Guardian investigation, which recorded an average of three people killed per day during the first half of 2015. The Counted, a project working to report and crowdsource names and a series of other data on every death caused by law enforcement in the US this year, found that 547 people had been killed by the end of June. When adjusted to accurately reflect the US population, the totals indicate that black people are being killed by police at more than twice the rate of white and Hispanic or Latino people. Black people killed by police were also significantly more likely to have been unarmed.

  • If a Tree Falls: The Story of the Earth Liberation Front and Daniel McGowan

    Documentaries June 21, 2011 at 0 comments

    Source: Democracy Now. If a tree falls: The story of the Earth Liberation Front and Daniel McGowan (85 min.)
    A new documentary, “If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front,” tells the story of environmental activist Daniel McGowan. Four years ago this month, McGowan was sentenced to a seven-year term for his role in two acts of politically motivated arson in 2001 to protest extensive logging in the Pacific Northwest—starting fires at a lumber company and an experimental tree farm in Oregon

  • USA vs Al-Arian

    Documentaries May 30, 2011 at 0 comments

    Source: Dalchowverden Production.
    Presenting USA vs Al-Arian documentary by filmmaker Line Halvorsen . An incredible story of the struggle of Al-Arian family facing injustice in America, 2007 production (98 min.)
    USA VS AL-ARIAN is a close portrait of an Arab-American family facing terrorism charges leveled by the U.S. Government. In February 2003, the FBI arrested university professor and political activist Sami Al-Arian in Tampa, Florida. Charged with supporting terrorism, he was placed in solitary confinement for 2 1/2 years before he received a trial. The film follows Sami, his wife Nahla and their five children through the 6 month long trial and the difficult period after the verdict. It is a personal story of a family, who like many Muslims in the USA today, are fighting against increasing stigmatization and discrimination in a post 911-climate. The film deals with themes of freedom of speech, and the right to a fair trial. It also shows how the media influence public opinion and how the USA`s fear of and fight against terrorism can threaten civil liberties.

  • Unwelcome:The Muslims Next Door

    Documentaries May 20, 2011 at 0 comments

    Source: CNN. Unwelcome:The Muslims Next Door by Soledad O’Brien. March 28, 2011 (43 min.)

  • The Story of Syed Fahd Hashmi

    Documentaries January 25, 2010 at 0 comments

    Source: Free Click here for: The Free Fahd Documentary (12 min.)

  • The Story of Ahmad Abu-Ali

    Documentaries July 28, 2009 at 0 comments

    Source: Free Ahmed Abu Ali. Brief overview of Ahmed Abu-Ali’s Case (16 min.)

  • Waiting for Mercy: The Case against Yassin Aref & Mohammed Hossain

    Documentaries December 1, 2008 at 0 comments

    Waiting for Mercy tells the story of an FBI sting operation that took place in Albany, New York during the winter, spring and summer of 2004. (68 min.)

  • HLF Videos – The Case and A Daughter’s Perspective

    Documentaries August 6, 2007 at 0 comments

    Source: Freedom to Give website. Holy Land Foundation Case (5 min.) & A Daughter’s Perspective (3 min.)