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Kids constantly raped in US prisons

It's Friday night / Saturday morning, when the facts slip out unnoticed. Raw Story | CNN: Pattern of sex abuse at youth prisons
JACKSON, Mississippi (CNN) -- Girls as young as 13 say they were shackled for weeks at a time in Mississippi. Erica was 16 when she was forced to wear leg shackles at a Mississippi detention center, she said. A Texas teen was allegedly offered birthday cake in exchange for sex. A guard drove his knee into the neck of a frail suicidal Ohio boy after the youth was wrestled to the ground and held down by other guards who stripped him and covered his face with a smock, a state report said.... Represented by attorneys with the Southern Poverty Law Center, Erica and nine other girls housed at Columbia are suing the state, claiming they endured a range of sexual and physical abuse, including shackling.... Hundreds of youths have allegedly suffered similar abuse at juvenile detention centers across the United States, according to experts interviewed by CNN and court records checked for this story.... In Ohio, a dozen employees at the Scioto Juvenile Correctional Facility have been indicted since 2003 on charges relating to physical and sexual abuse of youth, according to a May 2007 Justice report. Five were convicted of various charges, including sexual battery and assault; six cases were dismissed and a jury found one employee not guilty.... Texas is grappling with the fallout from reports of long-term sexual abuse at its facilities, where, since 2000, more than 90 Texas Youth Commission employees -- roughly one a month -- have been sanctioned or fired for sexual misconduct with adolescents, commission spokesman Jim Hurley told CNN.
Transgender inmates suing to avoid being raped every day of their lives | Human Rights Watch: the reality of prison rape | No Duh Dept.: Prison Rape is a Big Problem | Punishment for 15-year-old arsonist: Anal rape | Rumsfeld rejects plan to create a center for rape victims in the military | Soldier on Soldier Rape goes largely unpunished, and the Rapists Sometimes Get Promoted While the Victims Get Fired | New Abu Ghraib Evidence: Soldiers may have raped children

April 03, 2008

Anonymous does not forgive car thieves

[S]He's not just protesting Scientology, ya know. The thread on...

I think Baltimore City Paper is a pretty cool guy. Eh copypastas Encyclopedia Dramatica and doesnt afraid of anything.

Baltimore City Paper | Serious Business | Anonymous Takes On...

April 02, 2008

Of Guantanamo interrogators: “You could almost see their dicks getting hard"

via | Top Bush Administration officials pressured underlings to use...

Military wants to secretly recruit bloggers

Military Report: Secretly 'Recruit or Hire Bloggers' | Danger Room from Wired.com

Dear Military, if I could get some Blackwater-type funding over here I will happily become your blogging tool.

Love,
Mojo

A study, written for U.S. Special Operations Command, suggested "clandestinely recruiting or hiring prominent bloggers."

Since the start of the Iraq war, there's been a raucous debate in military circles over how to handle blogs -- and the servicemembers who want to keep them. One faction sees blogs as security risks, and a collective waste of troops' time. The other (which includes top officers, like Gen. David Petraeus and Lt. Gen. William Caldwell) considers blogs to be a valuable source of information, and a way for ordinary troops to shape opinions, both at home and abroad.

This 2006 report for the Joint Special Operations University, "Blogs and Military Information Strategy," offers a third approach -- co-opting bloggers, or even putting them on the payroll. "Hiring a block of bloggers to verbally attack a specific person or promote a specific message may be worth considering," write the report's co-authors, James Kinniburgh and Dororthy Denning.

March 25, 2008

He's a C.R.E.E.P.... he's a weirdo...what the hell is he doing writing the FBI letters about Eliot Spitzer?

Raw Story | Letter calls official Spitzer story into questionIn...

March 24, 2008

Get your Anon on

Go Anonymous via...

Ignorant, arrogant idiots Kwame and Christine chose to pitch woo using the one texting system that leaves a permanent record

The mayor apparently picked it himself. USAT | Posted 58d...

March 20, 2008

US arrests journalists in Iraq

The 14 Points of FascismIn his original article, "Fascism Anyone?",...

Whitechapel: Dekalb Co. (Atlanta GA) cops gratefully scarf down Scientologist grub between protester arrests

Groove on Unca Warren's Whitechapel message board's two-month-running COSplay...

Novak the traitor sez: GOP set up Spitzer

Intrigue: Novak suggests GOP operative behind Spitzer fallWas a political...

March 16, 2008

Farmington Hills COS Protesters deliver L. Ron delicious cake

ED | Project Chanology | Raid Reports | Eastern...

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