US concession: no death for Snowden, Great Pacific Garbage Patch in depth, Halliburton crimes
Abby Martin goes over the US government’s attempts to have NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden extradited, suggesting to Russian officials that the DoJ will not seek the death penalty against him. RT correspondent Ramon Galindo talks about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, referring to several floating islands of garbage found in nearly every major body of water - how this came to be and what effects it’s having on humanity and the environment. Halliburton has pleaded guilty to destroying evidence related to the 2010 BP oil spill -we call out the petro-giant for its long list of criminality and heavy influence over the US government. Finally, an exclusive interview with Reni Manukya, wife of Ibragim Todashev, the Florida resident who was killed by federal agents alleging a connection between him and the Boston Bombings. They discuss what motives the government had for raiding Todashev’s home and ultimately taking his life, as well as the secrecy surrounding the case.