PsiOp Radio 77 – 090614

13 06 2009
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PsiOp Radio 77 – 090614

AntiWar / ProPeace

“Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction, had no intention or capability of attacking United States, had nothing to do with Al-Qaida’s role in 9/11, and each and every statement made by the previous administration in support of going to war turned out to be false.

“Yet here we are. A new administration and the same old war, with an expansion of the war in Afghanistan. We cannot afford these wars. We cannot afford these wars spiritually. They are wars of aggression and they are based on lies. We cannot afford these wars financially. They add trillions to our national debt and destroy our domestic agenda. We cannot afford the human cost of these wars, the loss of lives of our beloved troops and the deaths of innocent civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. So, why do we do this? Why do we keep funding wars when they are so obviously against truth and justice and when they undermine our military? These are matters of heart and conscience, which must be explored. Our ability to bring an end to these wars will be the real test of our power.”

http://www.clevelandleader.com/comment/reply/10251

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(1) Professor, University of California, Los Angeles School of Public Health and the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles
(2) Medical Director, Health Disaster Management/Emergency Medical Services Orange County Health Care Agency, Disaster
“Sudden in-custody death” does not have a formal medical definition. But the general term “sudden death” is used medically to describe the rapid, unexpected death of an individual within 24 hours of the onset of symptoms. It follows then that sudden in-custody death refers to rapid, unexpected death during detention of individuals by law enforcement or public safety personnel. This term comprises the vast majority of “arrest-related” deaths (the preferred term in criminology literature) which include the fairly rare fatal police shootings [1].

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