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Trump’s arrival met with violence, World Bank privatizing seeds, CEO’s richer than ever

In this episode of Redacted Tonight, host Lee Camp covers the aftermath of Inauguration Day protests and the growing threat to peaceful protest rights emerging across the US. Lee shows how the felony charges some protesters are facing for property damage pale in comparison to corporate crimes committed against Americans. Later, he discusses how the World Bank’s fixation on corporate seed company practices will screw over small farmers. Lee reveals the lax attitudes of top corporations toward paying income taxes and how Trump could hardly wait to put the screws to Standing Rock protesters. In the second half of the show, correspondent John F. O’Donnell shows what options government officials have to safely and securely blow the whistle on the unethical dilemmas that are sure to emerge from this new administration. Finally, Naomi Karavani shows how politicians can’t seem to shake their insatiable thirst for private gifts in exchange for favors. This, and more, on Redacted Tonight.

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