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Grandfather searching for good samaritan

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A TOWNSVILLE grandfather is searching for a stranger who changed his shredded tyre on the side of the highway past Stuart. 3,829 more words

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Disparities Within the U.S. Justice System

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When you follow the Denver Post on Twitter, it’s easy to get lost in the constant stream of articles they’re feeding onto your timeline. 959 more words

Education & Politics

San Francisco’s justice system gets a little more just

The job of the justice system is to do justice, not to raise revenue through hidden taxes imposed on those who can least afford them. 60 more words

Washington Post

CNN: Dem senator accuses Trump admin of 'cruel' effort against immigrant children

After considerable effort, Senator Jeff Merkley was finally allowed a tour of the detention center for children separated from parents or guardians by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Brownsville, Texas. 20 more words

Opinion

Dumber than a bag of hammers II

We at PPT have been critical of the justice system because it has been politicized, practiced double standards and enforced injustice. The system that runs from police to prosecutors to courts includes many nodes where the rich can pay bribes to avoid courts, charges and jail. 821 more words

Updated: Dumber than a bag of hammers I

Thailand’s police chief Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda, a junta man, has “returned to Bangkok from Frankfurt on Wednesday — without the fugitive former monk from Wat Samphanthawong he hoped to escort back to Thai soil from Germany.” 417 more words

On the EC and an “election”

Don Pramudwinai works for the military junta. He’s the Minister of Foreign Affairs hired to give the military dictatorship a civilian face in its international dealings. 477 more words