NCPCF Videos

  • Navigating the Bureau of Prisons System – Part II

    Multimedia, NCPCF Videos, Videos November 25, 2014 at 0 comments

    Navigating the Bureau of Prisons System – Part II. October 25, 2014. (80 min.) Andy Stepanian, activist and former CMU prisoner and Kathy Manley, Director of the NCPCF Legal Committee, speaking at the Fourth NCPCF Families of Prisoners Conference. October 24-26, 2014, Fairfax, VA.

     
  • Navigating the Bureau of Prisons System – Part I

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    Navigating the Bureau of Prisons System – Part I. Andy Stepanian, activist and former CMU prisoner and Kathy Manley, Director of the NCPCF Legal Committee, speaking at the Fourth NCPCF Families of Prisoners Conference. October 24-26, 2014, Fairfax, VA.

     
  • Tracy Molm – Victim of FBI Repression

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    NCPCF Event in Temple Terrace, FL. Tracy Molm – Victim of FBI Repression (9/13/14): 9 min.
    First United Church of Tampa, September 13, 2014. Tracy Molm was one of the peace activists in Minneapolis whose homes were raided by the FBI four years ago. She also spoke about the situation or Rasmeah Odeh.

     
  • Hatem Fariz – Life Inside the CMU

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    NCPCF Event in Temple Terrace, FL. Hatem Fariz – Life Inside the CMU (9/13/14): 16min.

    Life Insde the CMU. Hatem Fariz, speaking at NCPCF event “US War on Terror – Who are the REAL Victims”, First United Church of Tampa, September 13, 2014. Facing terrorism charges, one of Hatem’s three co-defendents was Sami Al-Arian. There were 200 charges against four men, but the jury did not return a single guilty verdict. Nonetheless, Hatem spent over three years in a Communications Management Unit in Terre Haute, IN.

     
  • Attorney Stephen Downs: Inventing Terrorists – The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution

    Attorney Stephen Downs: Inventing Terrorists – The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution. July 9, 2013. 10 min.Attorney Stephen Down, the co-author of “Inventing Terrorists” is speaking about the 175-page study that exposes the abuses of the government’s post-9/11 policy of restive prosecution of domestic terrorism cases.

     
  • Lynne Jackson: Inventing Terrorists – The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution

    Lynne Jackson: Inventing Terrorists The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution. June 9, 2014. 6 min.

    Lynne Jackson – Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution. “Inventing Terrorists” is a 175-page study that exposes the abuses of the government’s post-9/11 policy of preemptive prosecution of domestic terrorism cases.

     
  • Attorney Kathy Manley – Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution

    Attorney Kathy Manley – Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution. 6/9/14. 10 min.
    “. . . the war on terror has been largely a charade designed to make the American public believe that a terrorist army is loose in the U.S., when the truth is that most of the people convicted of terrorism-related crimes posed no danger to the U.S. and were entrapped by a preventive strategy know as preemptive prosecution.”

     
  • The CMU Graduate

    The CMU Graduate. (17 min.) Hatem Fariz describes what is was like to spend 3 1/2 years in a Communication Management Unit in a maximum security federal prison. “That was the hardest thing – when my youngest used to come visit and he cannot get a hug from me.”

     
  • Prison Visits With My Loved One

    Prison Visits With My Loved One. May 3, 2013. (6 min.) Three people – a wife, a daughter and a mother – describe what is is like to visit their loved one in prison. They are all family members of political prisoners who have been unjustly imprisoned.

     
  • Tameema Ahmed: Visiting My Brother

    Tameema Ahmed: Visiting My Brother. May 5, 2013. (3 min.)
    Tameema Ahmed is the sister of Haris Ahmed, who was a victim of “preemptive prosecution” and is now a political prisoner. She describes the difficulty of visiting a brother who is imprisoned 2000 miles from home.