Law and Disorder Co-Host Michael Ratner and producer Geoff Brady dispatch updates on the Padilla Case, the Graham Amendment and the weak-kneed New York Times journalists who delayed their story that revealed how the Bush Administration illegally spies, eavesdrops, and collects personal data on hundreds of US citizens at any given time.
RARE INTERVIEW: Law and Disorder Hosts interview Tausif Paracha. His Uncle Saifullah Paracha, 58 was “kidnapped” and is detained in Guantanamo and Tausif’s cousin Uzair Paracha, 24 is detained in one of New York’s worst prisons. You can read more about this incredible case at www.freeparachas.org
Listeners, please also contact:
Hon. Sidney H. Stein – United States District Judge
Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse
500 Pearl Street, Room 1010
New York, New York 10007-1312
NYPD Filmed Covertly Joining In At Vigils and Rallies
Co-Host Heidi Boghosian meets up with Eileen Clancy in the East Village to discuss how her video footage has exposed some of the worst NYPD surveillance tactics ever seen. Eileen’s story broke late last week in the New York Times. Eileen’s website http://iwitnessvideo.info/
NYPD Claim to unrestrictedly shoto-surveillance of demonstrators and retain those photos and videotape for unlimited periods of time.
Guest – Paul Chevigny – with NYU law school and an attorney for plaintiffs in the class action suit.