Will there be Justice for a Child Killed by the State? New details emerge in teenager’s death by Border Patrol

April 11, 2013 in News

azcentral.com | A new witness and new evidence seem to bolster the case that a Mexican teen shot to death by the Border Patrol in October in Nogales, Sonora, was walking down the street at the time he was killed — not, as the Border Patrol has maintained…

Nullify the NDAA, Arizona Bill Aims to Protect Citizens’ Civil Liberties

April 10, 2013 in News

The New American | The Arizona House of Representatives will not cooperate with the federal government in denying due process to citizens of the Grand Canyon State. By a vote of 34 to 24, the House passed HB 2573, a bill that would…

Arizona Residents Conditioned to Accept “Military-Like Occupation” by Border Patrol

January 14, 2013 in News

Los Angeles Times | For the last 20 years, they have descended on the sun-bleached desert lands in southeastern Arizona near the Mexican border. Longtime locals say they damage irrigation lines, tread on land without permission…

Corrections Corporation of America Used in Drug Sweeps of Public School Students

December 6, 2012 in News

PRWatch.org | An unsettling trend appears to be underway in Arizona: the use of private prison employees in law enforcement operations.

Traces of Reality TV: “Checkpoint City” (08.05.2012)

August 10, 2012 in TOR TV

Last week’s TORradio broadcast is now on YouTube, including all video clips used in the podcast. Traces of Reality TV: YouTube Channel Click Here to Subscribe Related: Traces of Reality [...]