TOR Radio: Immigration, Prohibition, and State-Sanctioned Murder

Traces of Reality
July 30, 2014

 

Episode 102: “Immigration, Prohibition, and State-Sanctioned Murder”

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On this edition of Traces of Reality Radio: Guillermo Jimenez and Danny Benavides answer listener questions regarding the immigration debate and review other recent news stories involving state violence, including the case of Eric Garner, the alleged “untaxed cigarette seller” who NYPD officers choked to death, and Joseph Wood, the death row inmate who the state of Arizona killed over the course of a two-hour “botched” execution.

After a conversation on the broader implications of state violence, Danny offers the latest on narconoia and the ongoing drug-war madness along the southern US border.

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Show Notes:

As the Border Patrol Catches Migrants, Students Dig Up Migrant Bodies in a Mass Grave (VIDEO)

Police rescue 165 kidnapped migrants in Mexican border state

Interview: Why a Honduran Has No Choice but to Flee to the United States

Texas Gov. Rick Perry orders 1,000 National Guard troops to border

Honduran Diplomat: Rick Perry’s National Guard Deployment Is Political Theater

Honduran President: US Drug Policy Caused Migrant Crisis

National Guard in Texas Could Get Arrest Power

Border surge could be windfall for Senate candidate’s air charter firm

Will Grigg: “It Stops Today!”

Bratton, de Blasio address use of chokehold by NYPD in death of Staten Island man

Arizona execution lasts nearly two hours; lawyer says Joseph Wood was ‘gasping and struggling to breathe’

CNN on Joseph Wood (Video including reaction from family of Wood’s victims)

Shootouts erupt in Nuevo Progresso, Reynosa and Rio Bravo Tamaulipas