Documenting police brutality, pure food, genocide convictions, hacking AP journalists

Abby Martin looks over a few recent cases of police brutality and the need to document it. Then, the director of the Center for Food Safety, Elizabeth Kucinich, talks about the US Senate’s farm bill, the pure food movement, and the need to adopt better agricultural policies. Next, the corporate press called out for its coverage of the AP hacking scandal, given the US government routinely conducts this type of surveillance without the same type of media outcry. Finally, Dominique Diaddigo-Cash, organizer with the School of the Americas Watch, discusses Guatemala’s war crimes conviction of former dictator and School of the Americas Graduate Efraín Ríos Montt.

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