NDAA gives away sacred land, Supreme Court’s inner circle, reality of college rape

Abby Martin, discusses the release of six Guantanamo inmates to Uruguay and why their release was delayed for so long. Congress’ decision to sneak in a provision to the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act that will hand over control of 2,400 acres of cherished Apache land to a foreign copper company. Nathaniel Meyer, a senior organizer with Corporate Accountability International, talks about the World Bank’s funding of water privatization projects and why they’ve been so unsuccessful. Why a select group of attorneys continually selected to present their cases before the US Supreme Court is a problem for a fair justice system. Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, reviews the Rolling Stone article about an alleged rape on the campus of University of Virginia and how the discovery that details of the case were untrue will impact sexual assault victims.

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