Executing the mentally ill, cop fraternities & aid to Gaza: terrorism or charity?
Abby Martin discusses the execution of a man with an IQ of 70 in the state of Georgia and why his trial was absurdly flawed from the beginning. The corporate media’s reaction to the Senate torture report and why the issue’s suddenly turned into a partisan debate. Collette Flanagan, the mother of Clinton Allen, shot and killed by a police officer in Dallas last year, about her son’s story and the work of Mothers Against Police Brutality. The spending bill about to be voted on by Congress and the various ways that it screws over regular Americans. Finally, Miko Peled, author of ‘The General’s Son’, about why many Islamic charities are being deemed terrorist organizations.