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Surveillance state grows, prison strike, DNA patented

Lee Camp explains a new federal air marshals program called ‘Quiet Skies’, in which armed gunmen follow ordinary traveling citizens who haven’t been convicted or even suspected of a crime. John F. O’Donnell updates us on the US occupation of Africa, then Naomi Karavani reports on a DNA testing company getting in the way of cancer prevention.

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