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War on Drugs.-.Prison Industrial Complex in USA. (Full Video Documentary)

Photo:Prison Cell block. SOURCE: (Public Domain)

[Note except for the first several minutes this full documentary is in English.]

from youtube uploaded by Basra76 Published on May 7, 2012

Why Is the U.S. Prison Population So Large? (Video Report)

Photo: “Pothead” Government 2000 Pot propaganda poster. SOURCE:  Office of National Drug Control Policy (Public Domain)

from youtube uploaded by LearnLiberty

Published on Jan 8, 2013

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Fully 24 percent of inmates in U.S. prisons are nonviolent drug offenders. The drug war has been adding to a growing U.S. prison population for the past 40 years. Today, the United States holds more human beings in prisons than any other country, both as a percentage of the population and in counting total numbers. Prof. Daniel D’Amico shows how the war on drugs has led to significant increases in the U.S. prison population and argues that perhaps this is an ineffective way to address drug use in America. The United States is spending billions of dollars and locking of hundreds of thousands of people. Might there be a better alternative?

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou: Torture was official US policy (Video Report)

Featured Photo:Tower – Prison, Guantanamo Bay Cuba CREDIT MCS3 Joshua Nistas SOURCE US Navy (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by RTAmerica

Published on Jan 31, 2013

Former CIA agent John Kiriakou was sentenced to 30 months in prison for revealing the identity of a covert officer to a reporter. But originally he was pending charges on the violating the espionage act. Kiriakou is the first CIA official to publicly confirm the use of
waterboarding and other tactics he describes as torture under the Bush administration. His supporters believe he has been unfairly targeted and punished. John Kiriakou and his attorney Jesselyn Radack join us for the details.

The war on drugs (The Prison Industrial Complex) (Full Documentary)

Photo: Prison Yard in Jackson, Michigan ca. 1920. SOURCE: Library of Congress (No known restrictions)

from youtube

Uploaded by onspirates

Uploaded on Jan 9, 2011

English language, Dutch subtitled documentary on the war on drugs and the prison industrial complex in the USA.

Unconstitutional and just plain wrong!: The School to prison pipeline (video Report)

From RTAmerica

Published on Dec 10, 2012

For decades, public schools across the nation have amped up the police presence to combat the increased violence in the school system, but critics believe that the private prison industry is benefiting from the accompaniment of police in schools. The trend of random raids in the classroom has resulted in many students imprisoned for being in possession of drugs, but should these random raids continue or are they unconstitutional? Beau Hodai, investigative reporter for DBA Press, joins us with his take on the entrapment of America’s youth.
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List Of All Fema Concentration Camps In America Revealed

Featured Image: FEMA Guard Tower. SOURCE: Unknown.

from Disclosure TV

November 28, 2012 – There over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty.

These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States and all it would take is a presidential signature on a proclamation and the attorney general’s signature on a warrant to which a list of names is attached. Ask yourself if you really want to be on Ashcroft’s list.

Here is the document exposing the complete list: . . . Read Complete Report

FEMACamps SOURCE info.publicintelligence.net USArmy-InternmentResettlementImage: Location map of FEMA Resettlement Internment Camps across the United States. SOURCE: info.publicintelligence.net


Wells Fargo or Jails Fargo? (Video Report)

The private prison industry makes billions by warehousing our government’s prisoners.  Therefore, I’m sure, you will find their Washington lobby opposing any immigration or drug laws that would mean less bodies.  Like legalization of hemp.

In this case Wells Fargo has found ways to make money either way. I wonder how many other corporations have wormed themselfs into ways of doing the same. . . . EDITOR

from RTAmerica via youtube

Published on Nov 2, 2012

Wells Fargo is the fourth largest bank in America and their executives claim that appealing to the Latino community has been a key component in expanding their business. But what many don’t know is that the bank is funding the private prison industry as well. Each time an illegal immigrant is caught and detained, Wells Fargo profits. Axel Caballero, founder of Cuentame, joins us with more on the prison industrial complex.

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Drug War Cost Clock

How long are we going to allow out government to throw money down the endless hole of corruption and greed called the “War on Drugs”.

We have been funding the War on Drugs since 1972, and all the situation has done is feed the drug lords and gangs billions of dollars. Why do we ignore, as we learned during liquor prohibition, that the only people who benefit during any prohibition are the bad guys and their politician friends.

Since the drug war started they have not kept anyone in this country from getting even a dime bag. As we all know, there are more drugs in the country in 2012 that there ever was in the 1970. It’s time to put an end to this nonsense, and use the money for education and treatment instead of arrest and jail. . . . EDITOR