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[000:00:00;00] ah, ah, good police say the use of violence is part of germany's legal system in response to claims of using excessive force. again, professors that are recent and lockdown raleigh unisons cases. once again london high court. this time of washington appeals to extradite him from the us. formal british opposition lead us letting him support the whistleblower government under threat is one say compression. what is also i'm the for the threats of example about to take my 1st helicopter right. can be for a better reason to join the helicopter. true battling the devastating wildfires
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that have ravaged rushes far east for month. ah la for most good thanks for joining us tonight on our teams and i shall. i'm daniel holton rather. you all right. welcome to the program and the you in special up with her on torture mill. snelson has met with buddy's interior minister is one of the top police officials about the allegations of police brutality at an anti lockdown protest. earlier this month that you, an expert with our team, will open and ready to share material. the police have remained unapologetic about the use of force against demonstrated. the question is, violence, violence hurts. one is injured, violence looks violent, direct coercion,
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even with all the picture that go with it is still part of our legal system. while when not video of a pace off, the slamming an elderly woman to the ground sauce us the wild cried police brutality that was done. anger outrage, even the little police department watched the very same video and essentially came out and said, oh wireless is normal. but there's nothing to see here. so it's a pretty shocking statement that's been made the following an investigation into numerous complaint about police misconduct out a bill and protests on the 1st of all. but how many will remember on that day? 5000 people took to the streets of the german capital and they would demonstrate and are against lockdown measures. and of course, the coping back seen on the lobby took quite a dog town when he stepped into falsely his boston crowd before them punching people in the faces ticking and sobbing demonstrates his using pass the spray in the faces and probably the most famous incense throwing people violent me to the
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ground around $600.00 arrests in total were made. now the footage to make so shocking that it went to the very top and grabbed the attention of the un special repertoire and torture nose. melissa, the number of videos have been spread that give ground for concern because a strong enough that human rights violations were possibly committed. what he also added that the woman could have died just that we understand the severity of the situation. and it's actually got the triggered mouth to reach out to the german 4 teeth requested did additional information and for them to open an investigation. now having concluded that, having looked into the incident as we've had apparently been and police doesn't see anything to stopping in that footage at all. and in fact and inside us was on the little 4th. she went so far as to praise his colleague for handling situation while that was neatly executed, had lever hold, the officer held the woman until contact with the ground so as to avoid head injury . so not only are we hearing justification with this idea,
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that violence is part and parcel of the legal system in a european democracy, which i think is a new and pretty astounding to learn concerning ikea. and we're also hearing sympathy, even praise offices who are tardy in a tough situation. and they were forced to rely on very extreme means to suppress router crowd who was responding. what's more, the better the police union actually came out and added that most is worry about a human rights violation. having been committed would only involved an anti lockdown protestors and quote, conspiracy theorists who want to discredit the police. so it seems very much that despite real time footage, showing these violent act, despite concern from one of the highest organizations in the world, the un the balloon pennies is not any refusing to, to apologize. it's refusing to acknowledge any type of wrong thing, but it's also now criticizing those who tour attention to the wrong thing. an era
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when police are hyper aware of the use of excessive bond that they know what it can lead to the public outcry that it can lead to this move by the bill and piece was actually wash hands of the situation. unclear itself is a bold move that i think is not going to find many funds, journalist and also thomas fast been told us german official seem to care more about police brutality abroad. and this is a troubling, a very troubling phenomenon which i personally have lived in germany for so many decades would not have expected. it is clearly excessive what we saw and it is troubling. the reaction by the bird enforced the the refusal to admit that they have been wrong doings, especially if we think that one year ago, the german media, the german public. so 100 percent li, condemned the violence against black people in the u. s. a.
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i fully understand german media, german officials criticize of the european countries for the us, for the, for, for police force. but why do they refuse to do the same thing when their own police forces are concerned? that is the, the ordering fact voters of which is found in june, a son of robert outside the hike was in london to protest and appealed by the us. it was fall against johnny ruling not to extra whistleblower washington has now been allowed to challenge key psychiatric evidence against his extradition. the next hearing will take place in october, assault was arrested in 2019 for breaching british by all conditions. he remains in london jail and still wanted on espionage charges in the us. more than a decade ago, the weekly ex co founder published thousands of classified documents, exposing pens are going to war crimes. and i've got to start and iraq is up to a 175 years in prison if extradited to america. he's kate paul,
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who reports from outside the court. you case high court of justice in central london. the u. s. is being allowed to appeal against the decision not to expedite. ricky league founded julian, it's ours and action, which is broadcast. some of his supporters with what's going on during the phone system of purchased justice has just been thrown out the window. the u. s. government is using the u. k. tax payers money for these aberrations of justice cases. the whole thing is going to be, can't depend on the crash. and on this issue you anybody, li, 3 in the mainstream major in the u. k. r o. notice if they get behind these, they're going to be next. on january, the 4th of british judge had ruled someone couldn't be expedited to america. fighting concerns about his mental health and the risk of suicide in the us prison
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record remain in a british high security presence. he's considered a flight risk and has spent the last decade either in a prison or the ecuadorian embassy in london. when a decision on the phone, his latest hearing isn't expected until we often go outside the high court. it's going to support and protesting against his extradition, including former opposition leader, jeremy coven. journalism is under threat to one impression journal dominican the what. what, what is also is the threats of example was youth corporation, huge control of most media, television, radio and print media. and they become a friendship on gen misbehavior agenda, which should men watch the video stream of the hearing. and so he was deeply disturbed by what you saw. i literally did a double take,
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i can recognize that it was a song she looked extremely old. you know, he's wearing a white shirt, some glosses, his harris, his ruffled. and yet here, the tie that wasn't actually on just really looks completely. i mean, you know, part of the rashness, that's when he looks very awful and ill and we just normal because the whole point of the high court, preliminary hearing today was to discuss his health. right. so we had extensive medical witness testimony during the expedition hearing at the bailey back in september and october. and this was again brought up today and is going to be brought up again in october and in the high court that his health is deteriorated. he's been tortured, and this is, i'm a journalist who's not serving a sentence. he's not a criminal and he's in a maximum security prison in britain's guantanamo bay. i mean, someone needs to explain that to me what is happening because this is completely unjust and it's a crime against press freedoms and it's, it's an a front against his personal health. the most important thing about this case is press great, because when you have someone who's publishing, you know,
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work documenting war crimes from the united states in indiana, santa and iraq with people again, they think this is something to do with 2015. absolutely nothing to do 2015. he's being charged julian songs being prosecuted biting because he published documents relating to iraq and afghanistan, published evidence of war crimes of kidnapping rendition and torture. but if the high school students in the us state of oregon will no longer have to prove their proficient in reading, writing and math takes in order to graduate. that's according to a new law, signed by the governor ortiz. caleb morgan has a story according to the bill that was signed into law in the state of oregon last month. students in order to graduate from high school in the state of oregon will no longer have to prove that they're capable of reading, writing, or performing basic mathematical operations. this is don, according to the bills language, to help students from communities that have quote, historically experienced academic disparity. the testing that we've been doing in
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the past doesn't tell us what we want to know. we want to have kids getting a chance to do and learn and be curious about everything. and what we've been doing is stopping their curiosity. now the bill from what it's supporters say is about trying to help students who are from immigrant populations or refugees who have come to the states who the examinations and the tests required for graduation are seen as kind of a barrier to them getting the high school diploma now, reportedly these rules will now be in place for the next 5 years now. the bill was signed into law without much fanfare. there was no signing ceremony. there was no press release announcing the bill, and it was added to the database a few days after it was signed and now i was last month. and now there's been quite as strong and negative reaction. this is the progressive left form of education dummy down here. if you are taking away the only tool to get to break the poverty
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cycle. this is the type of legislation that they want to make black people a permanent underclass. these requirements were suspended during the pandemic due to the circumstances, but now this suspension of those requirements has been fully signed into law in the state of oregon. now it's possible that the federal department of education could step in to overturn these requirements. but many see this as a trend of lowering standards. for example, in the state of new york, they're getting rid of some of the examination ins and tests that were once required. many critics are arguing there's kind of a dumbing down of american education. they see this as a result of that as, as, as a continuing of a process in which the academic standards are lowered across the united states. well, let's get off now to join the democrat politician parents in white barring to michael the 2nd. more than the 2nd, i apologize. thanks for joining us. great to have you on the program today. this is
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caused quite a debate. has this legislation, do you think li, previous requirements for proficiency were unfair tomorrow to use those who, who didn't have english as their 1st language? for example, i will be, i'm to say that i didn't get a chance to really look at the previous dynamics that allow the students to be able to perform well. however, i will say that and looking into the new bill and looking at all the verbiage, i will say that i don't think that the pass or previous terms were difficult for students today. i just think that the politicians are the other political leaders in oregon want to make on test taking a little bit less harder or less started for those new students. but i don't, i wouldn't say that the pass requirements were even more difficult than those today . why do you think this bill was signed in private or not immediately disclosed to the public? what do you think? what was that time delay the secrecy? well,
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the organic in news publication in oregon stated that the governor stated that the bill wasn't relief until publicly because they didn't have a signing ceremony. but i don't want to speculate, however, i believe just from just from a common sense perspective, that they understood that this will cause we're not just an oregon, but throughout the united states. america. do you think high school is in oregon could now face problems when they're trying to, to enter college. i mean this bill was, was meant to actually make things easier. make things more competitive. do you think that could actually play out the other way in the long run or not only if you're going to play the other way. this is something that is going to damage the very fabric. so the future of our nation. i think that when you take away the, the primary ability, what person to call themselves out of poverty, which is education. and then you insert the bigotry of low extra cases into
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basically dumb down all requirements. not only are they going to have a problem, give me the congress, are going to have a problem with procuring employment in more than anything this, this forms every last say that because of america, because you're just totally dumbing down our future, which are the jordan do you think also in terms of academic performance before going to college before going to, you know, versus a discount code. you students to basically slack off and take that off the gas because they know they're not enough to prove the proficiency miss subjects. so what's the point of putting me up in? absolutely, i totally agree with that notion because not only are you, are you telling kids that they don't have to do their very best, but you're not requiring them to do you know, the bare minimum. so my question is, what says when have we over warded? anyone for not describing or not wanting to be of excellent. when, when have we, you know, created the,
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in the innovative technology being available that we have on, throughout the world by allowing people to do less than the bare minimum. i just think that this is all terrible, terrible move made by the policy makers working the american education system. in general. it does have its critics, doesn't that do you think there is some benefit? some goodness and having every state have it so as occasional guidelines or do you think that will just create a recipe for disaster too much punch work of all different laws, regulations which will end up conflicting not being that it will be a great idea for, for the nation to allow us to have their you know, regulations in regards to education, but i think it's more important conversations need to be had that parents have to now more than ever on take control of your child education going forward. i think that when you see that leaders are not holding your children within the best
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interest and just simply want to push for methods for social purposes that they think that are going to make things better when are acting. actually you're going to make things worse. i think that we now need to have a more broad conversation with parents and allowing them to take the range of their children education that the where they want to go interested. remove it from the government. pants. right. barrington, martin, the 2nd democratic politician from georgia. thanks so much for coming on the program today. great to get your take on that story. having thank you. now it's one of the most infamous symbols of the vietnam. warm agents, orange, extremely toxic curbside, and the sodium used by the us military in that campaign. the capital goals, the suffering of hundreds of thousands of people and the last thing effects of cost down across generations. warning you may find the following images distressing.
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ah me, that was born in 1975. and i was missing both of my arms at the elbow, down and my left leg from the knee down. the hospital that i was born in. never seen anything like that before. so they weren't sure if i was going to live or die . and it's made my life pretty cold growing up because i had to adjust to everything. ah, they were just following orders. they weren't arguing that they weren't gonna spread. they were commanded by the officials to spread. so they had to do what they were told to do. i
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me several major court cases against every single one day when i'm not sure why they won't take responsibility, but as it is right now, over 8000000 people have died from the effects of aging. and there's countless numbers of people, more number disfigured into form and they have cancer, tumors. you can't even really name them all because of just so many. ah, the me, my mom live in the veteran. my disability would be a 100 percent covered by the and they would take full responsibility for, but since it was my dad, they said that there is no way that he kind of affected the veterans. kids and the veterans themselves have serious health issues and medication is like outrages
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please me. like i know several of my friends that are children of vietnam veterans and with the illnesses that they have. they literally spend thousands and thousands of dollars a month out of their own pocket, because the us government will even the why the medication they need for the illnesses and they've got the exposure fills the com, the pens again, this pressure at hollywood movie makers to find us military and favorable lights, according to newly obtained documents, will take you through the blockbuster plots of the break. ah, ah ah, ah, ah,
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ah ah, ah, ah, the what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy plantation let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, a very critical time. time to sit down and talk the welcome
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back. wildfires keep raising in rushes. you could hear region in the far east of the country. the smoke is covered cities and reportedly reached as far as the north pole, volunteers firefighters, as well as having machinery. an avalon forces are all involved in trying to extinguish the flames. it's heavy, exhausting work is out. he's me true power discovered when he joined one helicopter cru heading to the front line. so all about sick, my 1st helicopter right. can be for a better reason. we're going to take a look over the fires of the region, just north of the capital. of course we're going to see how bad situation is because right now the fires are threatening several villages. we will see just how bad it is and deliver supplies to the people on the ground fighting it and well
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take off. this isn't scary at all. on the way to the village. the views were stunning, but the closer we got to the village day became somewhat terrifying. first, it's clear skies in an endless horizon. and just moments later, it's a wall of smoke. soon as we land with a whole bunch of heavy machinery, mister defense has a lot of military equipment, vehicles and trucks in everything to this region because it's the volt under threat right now from the flyers. armored personnel carriers, a couple of heavy duty diggers and several trucks. their purpose to create a mineralized zone there which the fire will not be able to pass, but no less important. are the human reinforcement, fearless volunteers, and professional firefighters say to are getting ready to head out to battle the fires. we, on the other hand are moving on. we travel to
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a nearby field where 2 trucks full of firefighters are having difficulties getting through the dense forest fires. so we lend them our helicopter right now and taking all the stuff out of all these firefighters that have been deployed here to help with the efforts. by the way, these are 40 firefighters that have traveled all the way from the other side of russia. from cordelia moreland, gar hung, who have battled wildfires in their home regions this summer. but now that they have finished the job at home, they've traveled to korea to aid their fellow colleagues. and there they go to the front line of the seemingly endless battle. we came from more money to help the regions modem and we will work to extinguish the fires. we will do everything we can when we go back to your goods. and on the way we are once again reminded of just how chaotic situation is with the several more fires and even a new one apparently as we circle around it. and the far watchers note as location
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on their maps. all anom, not bad for my 1st helicopter flight, or russia is not the only country battling wildfire. volunteers and far apart is in greece, are also still fighting and the flames. their streaming video shows the extent of the diamonds caused by the blaze in recent days. thousands of evacuated from the region read prominence that has apologized saying he's done everything humanly possible that it still wasn't enough. he also described the situation as an actual disaster of unprecedented proportions. almost $600.00 wildfires, a broadening across the country. several european states help in greece. battle the 5 i see them in a vacation order was sent to move, or should we do just gets up and go. we can't. if we don't save our houses, who will? they're doing nothing. the day is the 4th day and there are no aircraft yesterday. they only carried out to water draws that get the local people, save the place to rest with little children left of course, but we are not leaving. even if the fire reaches to see,
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we will not leave our village, we will stay for as long as we can and do whatever we can do about. we're going to stay here and try to save our place. we need to stay strong for our children. depends again, that's been rooted in bullying. hollywood movie makers into betraying in the military. in a favorable light. gordon, can you obtain documents it also often demands script at its with one tv series even getting the wings clipped on us. tut ross. ross coff. investigate propaganda on the silver screen. so the d o d 's been waging war, the creative freedom is scrape writers and directors. perhaps the most blatant case is that 200-1900 c b s. trauma serious. the code about marine corps lawyers, which was canceled soon after elise got back. we're headed towards the as it turns out, the military saw the 1st after i was before they went on air and was upset about
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his story line showing a marine turned congress magic. he's the brutally execute and then iraqi civilian and another service man who killed a spanish citizen while drunk driving. marine corps leadership was apparently provided advance copies of several of the episodes and was displeased enough that they communicated what they sore serious shortcomings in the depiction of the marines. cbs television has indicated a desire to correct the problems in future episodes by accepting deer de assistance as it 1000 pentagon's official web page. the department has a long standing relationship with hollywood. what it keeps quiet about is how many trade offs had cost the filming community. remember, homeland an american long run and asked us thriller the council for a week or 2 when according to the files, the producers asked the us army to support the final season, filming,
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but initially were turned down by the military. after they saw the script on the entertainment office is currently in talk of the producers of homeland who've asked the modern army support initial request was declined due to a storyline, that was not an accurate portrayal of soldiers. sure, in a responded with some significant edits to the problematic areas, has agreed to provide support as requested. show runners responded with significant ad. it's what they were. we don't know why. what we do know is that how one's final season speculates on a full story that the russians funded talia about insurgence and also plays off the consequence of the us withdrawal from against them. sounds like something that american army bosses might like. the pentagon doesn't always get its way though the same internal reports and jas. christopher, no one. a hot shot hollywood director simply snubbed the military as they showed their appetite for a script at its continued discussion. supportive chris nolan thriller, merry go round working title support request. it includes use of all spray and chic
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airframes and g p. an air force have indicated interest if military characterizations are rewritten, emphasizing military mission request for support of chris nolan thriller, merry go round working title. seemed to have stopped likely causes that produce a direct, were reluctant to make changes needed to gain d o. d support. others like captain marbles co director, as an a, bowden and wine flag had to cozy up to the defense department reporter leave. they had lunch with air force top command and took part in a professional development session. whatever that means before the films relief. now wondering, marvel movies are being branded as military propaganda in the media. more and more . the internal reports coverages, 2 years of pentagon, hollywood cooperation from 2017 to 2019. yet they site scores of famous movies and tv shows that again, support or a green light from the military, including former is the last night fast and furious. a tom cruise this top gone to
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the list goes on. but those are the films that made it to the big screen despite the at it's a lot of stories like a documentary on guantanamo bay. trials have been rejected completely and never came in to be back to going on the ground. so you can use, it's all he to come in for his latest film, exploring the phenomenon of selling human organs in the african region of hara. go back in often with the latest join us again that the the news the
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