Monthly Archives: January 2013

Freedom of the press….

Radio Free Asia President Responds to Reporters Without Borders’ Press Freedom Index Findings show decline of free press in RFA countries, with fragile progress in Burma   WASHINGTON – In response to the release of Reporters Without Borders’ 2013 World Press Freedom … Continue reading

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A major step forward on cyber security ???

“The threat of cyber attacks to governments, businesses and individuals is real, and the creation of an Australian Cyber Security Centre is a major step forward in taking it seriously”, writes Matthew Warren. How do you protect the cyber network … Continue reading

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How crazy can the system get. Whilst I’m not in favor of gun ownership I believe it’s the person’s state of mind that causes the problem. Maybe all parents should get a psychiatric examination and produce a certificate to say … Continue reading

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This morning, an Ohio judge tossed the conviction of longtime Ohio Innocence Project client Glenn Tinney, finding that he falsely confessed to the murder of Ted White, and that his conviction was a “manifest…

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“Justice is the constant and perpetual will to render to every man his Due”. Go here..

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BBC – Mexico police arrested in ‘organised crime raid’

More than 150 police officers have been arrested in northern Mexico on suspicion of having links with organised crime. Full article here…

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Cambodia – The New York Times

Cambodian Strongman and Karaoke King By JULIA WALLACE Phnom Penh — Karaoke is big in Cambodia. Very big. Office workers sing and dance the night away while sipping iced beer in windowless, bunker-like karaoke parlors known as “KTV”s. Younger viewers download … Continue reading

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Take the pledge…..

Look here…. Corruption affects us all. It weakens our democracy and trust in our leaders; it eats away at our ethics and corrodes our moral fibre; it discourages public and private investment and reduces its efficiency thus slowing growth and … Continue reading

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History has a unique way of repeating itself. Consider, for example, the question of wrongful conviction in France.The first French association designed to fight wrongful conviction was created in 1787! It was called “Association…

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Alton Logan to receive $10.5 million from Chicago for his wrongful conviction Northern California Innocence Project seeking new Executive Director Former Ohio death row inmate eligible to receive up to $1 million from the…

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