Posts Tagged ‘trial’

Former Tehran mayor goes on trial over wife’s murder

Former mayor of Tehran, Mohammad Ali Najafi, has gone on trial over several charges including the murder of his wife. Najafi, also a former vice-president, appeared in a criminal court in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Saturday. The indictment read out in court included murder, assault, battery and illegal possession of a weapon. The […]

Saudi Crown Prince’s sister on trial for allegedly ordering attack on French craftsman

Email Us For general inquiries and advertising, email: Admin (at) BlacklistedNews.com. Article submissions, tips, and feedback, email: Tips (at) BlacklistedNews.com. Voicemail/TXT: Feel free to send us a message anytime (512) 222-3067 Source Article from http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blacklistednews/hKxa/~3/cJn9WXEc2dk/saudi-crown-princes-sister-on-trial-for-allegedly-ordering-attack-on-french.html Related Posts Former Tehran mayor goes on trial over wife’s murder […]

Turkey puts 16 public figures on trial for 2013 anti-government protests

Turkey has put on trial 16 high-profile figures accused of involvement in acts of “terror” and trying to overthrow the government of then-Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2013 nationwide protests. The trial, taking place in a prison complex on the outskirts of Istanbul on Monday, was about the mass “Gezi Park” demonstrations that […]

China’s first under-Yellow River subway line put into trial operation

China’s first subway line with some sections built under the Yellow River was put into trial operation in Lanzhou City of northwest China’s Gansu Province on Sunday, after five years of construction. The phase-I project of the subway line, which costs around 20 billion yuan, covers a distance of some 26 kilometers and has […]

The Coming Show Trial Of Julian Assange 

Authored by Chris Hedges via Truthdig, On Friday morning I was in a small courtroom at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London. Julian Assange, held in Belmarsh Prison and dressed in a pale-blue prison shirt, appeared on a video screen directly in front of me. Assange, his gray hair and beard neatly trimmed, slipped on heavy, […]

Julian Assange is not on trial, British justice is

The latest instalment in that persecution is a court hearing in London on June 14, where details of the request for his extradition to the US, it is expected, will be revealed for the first time. The formal request for the extradition of the founder of WikiLeaks was made to the UK by US authorities […]

France’s Le Pen to go on trial for tweet criticizing ISIS back in 2015

   French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has been ordered to stand trial for tweeting pictures of Islamic State atrocities, a judicial source told AFP on Wednesday. Le Pen shared the gruesome images in December 2015, a few weeks after IS jihadists killed 130 people in attacks in Paris. A judge in the western Paris […]

Top Brazilian Judge Clears for Trial Lula’s Request for Freedom

The Supreme Federal Court (STF) judge, Gilmar Mendes, cleared for trial on Monday the request for freedom of former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, according to Brazilian media.  The habeas corpus (HC) was presented by Lula’s defense last year when then-judge Sergio Moro accepted Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s appointment to lead the Justice Ministry. […]

EVENT: Wednesday June 12th: ‘Imperialism on Trial – Free Julian Assange’

Join us this Wednesday June 12th in London for Imperialism on Trial, with powerful line-up of speakers representing a broad spectrum of of voices across the independent media, politics and activism – focusing on the issue of Press Freedom and the plight of award-winning publisher Julian Assange and his organisation WikiLeaks. All those taking part […]

‘Criminalizing Compassion’: Trial Begins for Humanitarian Facing 20 Years in Prison for Giving Water to Migrants in Arizona Desert

Human rights advocates accused the U.S. Justice Department of “criminalizing compassion” as a federal trial began in Arizona Wednesday for activist Scott Warren, who faces up to 20 years in prison for providing humanitarian aid to migrants in the desert. Warren, a 36-year-old college geography instructor from Ajo, Arizona, is a volunteer for the humanitarian […]

NXIVM Trial: Mexican Former Teen Slave Testifies As More Mexico Trafficking Connections Exposed

A former NXIVM sex cult slave named “Daniela” testified Thursday in the trial of cult leader Keith Raniere, noting that she joined the cult at age 16 in 2002. The alleged visa and immigration fraud involved in Daniela’s years with the cult underscores the extent to which NXIVM had deep connections to […]

Trial update: confronting apartheid in Berlin’s criminal court

As the brutality of Israel’s systemic apartheid is being unveiled, human rights activists who speak up about Israel’s crimes against humanity become a target of political persecution. Berlin is currently witnessing a crackdown on freedom of expression as German authorities yield to Israeli government pressure to criminalize dissent. Whereas Berlin has positioned itself as the […]

Microsoft to trial ‘inclusive language’ autocorrect

Microsoft is set to trial changes to popular ‘Word’ applications, after announcing the company will be harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to boost the use of “inclusive language”. The program will now work to underline sections of writing that exhibits “language bias”, and will suggest correct recommendations that are more ‘sensitive’. Beginning this year, […]

Catalan separatists on trial take seats in parliament

Four Catalan separatist leaders who won election to the Spanish parliament last month were temporarily released from jail to be sworn in as lawmakers. But the men, who are on trial for their role in an October 2017 Catalonian secession attempt, could see their mandates quickly suspended by the assembly because of their legal […]

Pepe the Frog case against Infowars will go to trial, judge rules

Matt Furie, who created the cartoon frog that became an internet meme and was co-opted by the far right, sued InfoWars for selling a poster of Pepe the Frog depicted alongside Milo Yiannopoulos, InfoWars founder Alex Jones and President Donald Trump. The posters sold for $29.95 apiece and generated gross revenues of over $31,000, […]

Vietnam Bans Import Of Glyphosate Herbicides After US Cancer Trial Verdict

Vietnam Bans Import Of Glyphosate Herbicides After US Cancer Trial Verdict Above Photo: From Sustainablepulse.com Shouldn’t every government be doing what Vietnam has done now that the evidence is in about glyphosate and cancer? Already, Venezuela, Russia and other countries have banned glyphosate. The EU is fighting to keep glyphosate out of European agriculture. Shouldn’t […]

Fields Trial: Defense Rests, Closing Arguments, Jury Begins Deliberation

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer December 7, 2018 Well, Thursday was the last day of arguments in the Fields Trial. Now we’re looking at jury deliberations, which will wrap up next week. I broke down most of the information that was presented at the trial yesterday in a long piece. I still feel […]

James Fields Trial: Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins (It’s All Looking Very Good)

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer December 6, 2018 As the defense began their defense of James Fields on Wednesday, everything was looking pretty good. This is according to the court reporting, which has been horrible, seemingly on purpose – meaning it may be looking even better than it looks that it is looking. […]

Jeffrey Epstein Settles Out of Court in Civil Trial to Avoid Release of New Info

Boxes of evidence related to the case against Jeffrey Epstein sit in front of pictures of his vehicles Source Article from http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blacklistednews/hKxa/~3/l9g4IkB1ZkE/jeffrey-epstein-settles-out-of-court-in-civil-trial-to-avoid-release-of-new.html Related Posts Former Tehran mayor goes on trial over wife’s murder Former mayor of Tehran, Mohammad Ali Najafi, has gone on trial over several charges Saudi Crown Prince’s sister on […]

UK: Three Pakis on Trial for Raping and Abusing Young Teen

Charles Martel Daily Stormer November 29, 2018 Mohammed Karrar, Bassam Karrar and Anjum Dogar. During the 1930s, JRR Tolkien – a resident of Oxford – wrote an epic story about the forces of light versus the hordes of Mordor. Imagine if he were told that the hordes of Mordor would one day […]

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