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7 Feb, 2015 07:33

​Nestle’s new scheme, McCain’s war hypocrisy & police jump outs

In this Breaking the Set, Abby Martin, discusses the revelations by the Washington Post that Nestle is actually getting paid to borrow money. Abby discusses John McCain’s call to arm the Ukrainian army with lethal weapons, and how this is just the latest in his line of war hawk policies. Abby also talks to Eugene Puryear, organizer with the ANSWER Coalition, about a police tactic known as jump outs and how they are being used in Washington DC. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with comedian Duncan Trussell about the biggest recent news stories, from ‘American Sniper’ to Brian Williams’ tall tales about war.

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