Monthly Archives: September 2007

Stranger posted bond for ‘Jena 6’ teen suspect

Stranger posted bond for ‘Jena 6’ teen suspect Man says he felt compelled to help family of Bell in racially charged La. case The Big Picture Decide for yourself where the struggle still stands (broadband only) Updated: 7:29 p.m. ET … Continue reading

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Holy writ! ‘God’ files response to lawsuit

  Holy writ! ‘God’ files response to lawsuit Papers, 1 filed by lawyer (the other direct?) argue deity faultless, immune Nati Harnik / AP Douglas County District Court legal file clerk Mark McGuire holds legal papers Friday pertaining to a … Continue reading

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Judge won’t release only jailed Jena 6 defendant

  Judge won’t release only jailed Jena 6 defendant By Howard Witt Tribune senior correspondent 6:11 PM CDT, September 21, 2007   HOUSTON – The judge overseeing the racially-charged case of the Jena 6 declined Friday to release the only … Continue reading

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Feds probe Blackwater links to arms smuggling

  Feds probe Blackwater links to arms smuggling Reports: Weapons linked to employees may have gone to terrorist groups Khalid Mohammed / AP An Iraqi traffic policeman on Thursday inspects a car destroyed four days earlier by a Blackwater security detail in … Continue reading

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‘Jena 6’ protest held at Louisiana town

  ‘Jena 6’ protesters rally at Louisiana town Marchers support black teens who were charged with attempted murder Frank Franklin II / AP Supporters of six black teens initially charged with attempted murder march through Jena, La., on Thursday.  View … Continue reading

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Journey’s End

  Journey’s End By Rebecca Miller of the St.Lucia Voice newspaper The funeral ceremony of Sir John George Melvin Compton attracted a great gathering. They came from near and far, throughout the land and from all of the Caribbean to … Continue reading

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‘Jena Six’ case awakens civil rights movement

 ‘Jena Six’ case awakens civil rights movement   By DeWayne Wickham Jazmen Miller, 23, is driving to Jena, La. The employee of a Washington, D.C., non-profit organization plans to arrive Thursday, in time for a rally expected to draw thousands … Continue reading

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