Posts Tagged ‘trial’

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 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 Fields Trial: Defense […]

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 […]

Come To ‘Nukes On Trial’ Dec. 7 And Celebration Of Hope Dec. 6

Come To ‘Nukes On Trial’ Dec. 7 And Celebration Of Hope Dec. 6   Above Photo: From Peaceworkskc.org Five protesters who crossed the property line May 28 in Kansas City, Mo., at the new nuclear weapons parts plant come to trial Friday, Dec. 7. The five were arrested and soon released on Memorial Day, during PeaceWorks’ annual remembrance […]

‘Unhinged’ Decorated Navy SEAL to Stand Trial for War Crimes in Iraq

IN THE DOCK: Navy SEAL Special Operations Chief, Edward Gallagher. A decorated 19-year combat veteran and Navy SEAL is facing life imprisonment for a series violent war crimes carried out in Iraq. Currently being held in a brig at Miramar Navy Base near San Diego, Edward Gallagher, a 39 year-old Special Operations Chief, is facing trial […]

Fossil Fuels On Trial: Where The Major Climate Change Lawsuits Stand Today

Fossil Fuels On Trial: Where The Major Climate Change Lawsuits Stand Today Above Photo: Richmond, California, home to a Chevron refinery near San Francisco Bay, is one of several cities suing fossil fuel companies over climate change. Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Some of the biggest oil and gas companies are embroiled in legal disputes with […]

Trial: Facial Recognition Technology To Be Used In UK At Select Self-Checkouts

By Aaron Kesel Facial recognition technology will be tested in UK supermarkets for the first time to verify the age of citizens buying alcohol and cigarettes at special self-checkout machines later this year, the Telegraph reported. The cameras will be used as a means of convenience for UK citizens to purchase the age-restricted items. The company responsible […]

Trial Begins for Little Arizona Girl Placed with Pedophiles in Foster Care and Burned by Adoptive Mom

A woman who was approved by the State of Arizona to adopt a child out of the foster care system is on trial for child abuse. Samantha Osteraas faces 2 counts of child abuse for scalding a little girl entrusted to her care, causing 3rd degree burns to almost 80% of her body, causing all […]

New trial suggests that weight loss can reverse Type 2 diabetes

(Natural News) Being overweight has long been associated with an increased risk for Type 2 diabetes, which is why weight loss is often recommended as a prevention and treatment method for this condition. However, no prior studies have determined if weight loss can indeed reverse Type 2 diabetes. According to a recent […]

‘Incitement’ trial illustrates systemic discrimination against Palestinians citizens of Israel

The remand hearing in the trial of Raja Eghbarieh, former secretary-general of Abnaa al-Balad movement, who is accused of “incitement to terrorism” following publications on Facebook, has become a fascinating legal battle that raises fundamental questions about the policy of the Israeli police and prosecution regarding the freedom of expression of Palestinian citizens of Israel. […]

Kavanaugh Trial, Changing Paradigms & CMM (Weekly Q&A)

The Facts: Brown Mountain, located in North Caronlina, has become known for having many strange occurrences happen around it, and is full of stories from people who’ve experienced some strange things as well. This article represents one of many examples. Reflect On: Why is there such a strong effort to conceal this information and keep […]

I.G. Farben War Crimes Trial: Convicting Executives Against Communism While Ignoring Concurrent Genocides By Communism

By John Wear The I.G. Farben Trial I.G. Farben is the short name of the corporation Interessen Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, which can loosely be translated as the Community of Interests of Dye-Making Companies.[1] I.G. Farben was by far the largest German business organization and one of the largest and most profitable corporations in the world at […]

CNN Accused Of Intimidating Manafort Jury, Jeopardizing Trial

Paul Manafort jurors now fear for their lives after CNN hinted they would publicly shame them if they arrive at a “not guilty” verdict, according to reports.  CNN, BuzzFeed, Politico, The New York Times, NBC and The Associated Press all filed an unprecedented suit requesting the personal names and addresses of jurors who are deliberating […]

Watching The Hawks – Monsantos Cancer Trial & Farmers Backs Against The Wall

Watching The Hawks – Monsantos Cancer Trial & Farmers Backs Against The Wall Watching The Hawksyoutube.com Environmental attorney and author Robert Kennedy Jr. discusses the case alleging Monsantos Roundup causes cancer, which went to jury this week. Conservatives are upset that women are having less children, which is just a clever way of saying theyre […]

Monsanto on trial: Monsanto’s key witness on the animal studies admitted his earlier calculations were all wildly wrong

Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company is the first Roundup cancer lawsuit to proceed to trial. Plaintiff Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, a 46-year-old former school groundskeeper, alleges exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer and its active ingredient, glyphosate, caused him to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Johnson is one of thousands of plaintiffs to file suit against Monsanto […]

Truth On Trial – Kings Bay Plowshares Court Report On August 2, 2018 Hearing

Truth On Trial – Kings Bay Plowshares Court Report On August 2, 2018 Hearing Above Photo: Kings Bay Plowshares For four hours on Thursday, August 2, 2018, the Kings Bay Plowshares appeared before U.S. Magistrate Stan Baker in federal court in Brunswick, Georgia to argue that all charges against them be dropped.  The peace activists set out […]

Google Cars Self-Drive to Walmart Supermarket in Trial

Google Cars Self-Drive to Walmart Supermarket in Trial July 25th, 2018 Via: BBC: Google’s sister-company Waymo has announced a trial in which its self-driving cars will ferry shoppers to and from a nearby Walmart store to pick up their groceries. For now, the pilot […]

Monsanto Trial: Toxicologist Explains to Jury How Monsanto Colluded With EPA

Thanks to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for providing a recap of the fourth and fifth day in court in the Dewayne Johnson vs. Monsanto Co. trial. Proceedings began in San Francisco Superior Court on July 9.  The plaintiff, Dewayne Johnson, a 46-year-old former school groundskeeper who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma four years ago, claims […]

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