The crime itself…
The fact that a teacher apparently participated in and encouraged it…
That the teacher is facing far less bail that the student…
That the dimwitted newscasters didn’t focus on the fact that a LICENSED TEACHER IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA is accused of committing this crime against a student.
What’s amazing is not how sordid the crime was, but how the brain dead newscasters chose to report it.
Amber Lyon Reveals CNN Propaganda
‘Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad both delivered two of the most controversial speeches at the latest session of the United Nations General Assembly. And while the Israeli’s speech was aired in full on CNN, the Iranian’s address has been ruthlessly cut and the viewers have missed some very important points. What are the ramifications of this kind of selective reporting? RT’s Liz Wahl is joined by Amber Lyon, a three-time Emmy award winning journalist who suggests that sensationalism, hype and downright propaganda is being used to push America into a war with Iran…’
China Petitions White House for Help with Poisoning Mystery
‘More than 100,000 people have signed a petition on a White House website urging the US to deport the chief suspect in a 19-year-old unsolved case of poisoning that continues to excite strong emotions here. Adding piquancy to the case: The suspect is very well-connected politically in China.
‘In 1994, a chemistry student at one of China’s top universities, Tsinghua, called Zhu Ling was poisoned with Thallium, a chemical often used in rat poison. She did not die, but was left nearly blind, paralyzed, and brain-damaged, needing constant care from her increasingly aged parents…’
We petition the obama administration to:
Investigate and deport Jasmine Sun who was the main suspect of a famous Thallium poison murder case (victim:Zhu Lin) in China
This one doesn’t require sleuthing powers for help
Help ProPublica Investigate Internships
Learn more about the state of internships in the U.S.
‘In the past few decades, the number of internships in the United States has ballooned. One recent study found that just over half of graduating college seniors had held some sort of internship. That’s more than double the rate another study found two decades ago.
‘But legal protection for interns, particularly those who are unpaid, hasn’t kept pace with this rapidly emerging workforce.
‘That’s why we’re turning our eyes to internships in the U.S…’
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