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  1. Video: lawsuit at the Belgian Courthouse to start a criminal investigation against the DAS

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  2. Criminalization of opinion and of humanitarian work for Peace.

    Español The Ethics Commission for Truth in Colombia We members of the Ethical Truth Commission, who accompany the Movement of Victims of State Crimes, question and object to the decision made by the Inspector General of Colombia, Alejandro Ordoñez regardi (...)

  3. Liliana Obando: A new witch-hunt against the Political Opposition in Colombia

    Published in The Stone in the Shoes, no 7 Women's Prison, Bogotá, Colombia. September 3, 2008 As at no other time in the life of the nation, the loss of credibility of public institutions now has a direct correlation with the mafia style of governanc (...)

  4. Government published death threat manuals

    PASC Criminalisation (...)

  5. Letter from colombian political prisonners

    Published in [4strugglemag Views, Thoughts, and Analysis from the Hearts and Minds of North American Political Prisoners and Friends-> http://pasc.ca/ecrire/?exec=articles_edit&id_article=483] San Juan de Girón (Colombia)-2009 Colombia, a country i (...)

  6. 43 PEOPLE KILLED BY MONTREAL POLICE SINCE 1987

    From Colombia to Canada, State Crimes stays in impunity... Police brutality have no border... 43 PEOPLE KILLED BY MONTREAL POLICE (SPVM) FROM 1987 TO 2008 Text from: www.flics-assassins.net From the shooting death of Anthony Griffin, 19, outside a police (...)

  7. The Criminalization of Indigenous Protest

    Publishes in la Piedra No 5, In September of 2007, the United Nations adopted the non-binding Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Four high profile countries notably voted against the declaration- namely Canada, the United States, Australia a (...)

  8. Colombia and its criminal politics

    Published in la Piedra No 5, In Colombia, the criminalization of social and popular sectors that oppose the current regime is a national disgrace. Since the 60s, every successive government has used the judiciary arm as a powerful tool to punish dissident (...)

  9. Indigenous Minga

    After facing the police's bullets, and suffering one death and 122 serious injuries, the Minga of Social and Communitarian Resistance finally gets President Uribe to agree to a public debate in La Maria Indigenous Reserve, Piendamo, Cauca department, (...)

  10. Montage Against the Colombian University Students Association

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