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Law and Disorder October 3, 2005

Guantanamo Hunger Strike

An under-reported story, hundreds of detainees are not eating and some are being force fed, intravenously or through nasal passages.

Guest – Gitanjali Gutierrez, cooperating counsel with CCR’s Guantánamo Global Justice Initiative.


Constance Baker Motely

Host Michael Ratner remembers moments with first Afro-American New York Federal Judge who recently passed away.


Filiberto Ojeda Rios

Puerto Rican nationalist Filiberto Ojeda Rios was assasinated by the FBI in his home last week.

Guest – Rafael Cruz – FBI Murders a Legend 3:15pm confirmed
Guest – Linda Backiel – family lawyer for Filiberto Ojeda Rios


Brecht Forum Lecture – Al McCoy – Torture

Al McCoy – Excerpts from his lecture on the CIA and the history of torture. Al McCoy is the author of “THE POLITICS OF HEROIN: C.I.A. COMPLICITY IN THE GLOBAL DRUG TRADE”


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