Posts Tagged ‘torching’

Man Sentenced to Nearly 9 Years in Prison for Torching Store During 2020 Riots

A 29-year-old Illinois man was sentenced Tuesday to nearly nine years in federal prison for setting fire to a cell phone store in Minneapolis during the riots in 2020. Matthew Lee Rupert was sentenced to 105 months in prison approximately four months after pleading guilty to arson. Rupert will also serve three years of supervised […]

Anniversary UN Partition Plan Torching of Palestine – Albert Einstein Running Commentary

An Archetypical Anglo-American Colonial Crime Against Humanity! In order to militarily penetrate the oil rich Middle East, a courageous and noble socialist Zionism and despised Holocaust survivors, denied refugee status, were used by an Anglo-American colonial business elite that was anti-Semitic in outlook, coldly indifferent and even complicit, during the Holocaust its investments in rearming […]

Minor involved in planning of torching Palestinian family’s home gets 3.5 years

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Joe Biden calls Delaware Chabad torching ‘deeply disturbing’

Joe Biden calls Delaware Chabad torching ‘deeply disturbing’ – Jewish Telegraphic Agency Skip to content Advertisement Advertisement

Swedish Pensioner Prosecuted for ‘Hate’ after Accusing Migrants of Torching Cars on Facebook

A 70-year-old Swedish woman in Dalarna is being prosecuted for hate speech after claiming on Facebook she saw migrants defecating in the streets and setting fire to cars. According to the prosecution, the woman “expressed a disparaging view of refugees” on Facebook. She stands accused of having taken to the social media website in early July 2015 to […]

North Korea’s Nuclear Perceptions and Deterrence

Nuclear weapons have always had a habit of inviting games of perception.  Will the state in possession of a nuclear option make use of it?  Obviously, there is always precedent that any state with an option will, at some point, make do with it.  The importance here is one of perception.   The DPRK has […]

The Pentagon’s Law of War Manual: Justification for War Crimes and Mass Repression

This is the last of four articles analyzing the new US Department of Defense Law of War Manual. The first article was posted November 3. The second article was posted November 4. The third was posted November 5. Pentagon embraces “just following orders” justification for war crimes As previous segments have noted, key conceptions advanced in the Pentagon’s Law of War Manual amount to little more […]

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