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who are supposed to protect that poor people are no more afraid of the police than of criminals. who can see something happening and this is like i don't want to call the cops let that happen rather than call the cops in those young black men lose their lives chasing the with their fingers on the trigger you never know better safe than sorry i don't know that someone else is going to pull a gun so yeah unfortunately around around here we end up killing our guns off the death toll from such precautions place to. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education has been supplanted by the right to access education. higher education is becoming just another product that can be bought and sold but it's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business where you could also. look good it's also the kind of fellow i
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couldn't. want is the place of students in this business model for college i was born now and i'm extremely more higher education the new global economic war. to go on the sleeping pill taken by their mothers before they were born still holds its victims today. well what's the story as i get. what's. fair and they go first to show the long run that doesn't exist. fifty five years after the medicine was taken off the market its victims are demanding new legal proceedings they want to prove that they were denied fair compensation. the survivors. placing their faith in the hands of this man. tobias has found
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archived documents that he hopes will shed new light on the contour gun scandal. once again it stands for one of the greatest pharmaceutical catastrophes. up until the one nine hundred sixty s. the sleeping girl was a mass market product the active ingredient solidified sold worldwide for the manufacturing company grown into a base near the drug proves to be a success story however more than ten thousand children are born with deformities caused by the pill it's estimated that over eighty thousand embryos die in the womb in germany roughly two thousand eight hundred account again children are still alive today. back in the one nine hundred sixty s. class can up was
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a young pediatrician he began to notice an increased number of deformities in children whose mothers had all taken the same drug. is now eighty eighty years old . it all began with this data sheet from one nine hundred sixty one. pregnancy days or about malformations time records showing when count again was taken. up and his colleague video contents become suspicious. one day they call the manufacturer a good intel does after loads this is the emission in the day or. nation then yes and in fact that does the fail belong the norm in gunstar chunk of . that's the of course. and this may be gobbled this or. zients or it's this or. this here in doesn't. different.
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clicks. on. the amp. that are displayed in this comment it will put. this club. in the. into his book tobias are just researching on behalf of the country gun victims. he's searching the archives for evidence and documents that have not been taken into account before today. i'm. wolf in that. you can view it as a here. paul
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movie. das sean. mock nama. fish. that's the dodge implants. fish. just made a comment. on the meat in park home and for nick to. fish for thoughts. when it. won't end. today the company says that the witness must be mistaken than that no warnings were ever issued concerning use during pregnancy pregnant women never knew that the country can sleep in build was not suitable for them the same was true in great britain. two thousand children were born here. i was also want to recommend company. nation proceedings. i think the germans find
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it difficult to face up to the history in the might and they have to do it now and they feel ashamed but at the same time being typically governments they feel powerless they don't know what to do about it but sooner or later they're going to have to confront what happened. in june twenty sixth seen an event takes place in dusseldorf. the state government issued an invitation a study titled the role of the state of north rhine-westphalia income to go on and the consequences this presented to the victims of contraband. the study could been commissioned two years earlier by health minister barbara stephens. it's a ph d. thesis from the faculty of history at the university of much stuff. the author nicholas leonhard sram is already under pressure as the meeting begins. one of the reasons is that he used the term lifestyle drug to describe counter gun.
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dug into is its leader bob but i got a lifestyle that made a couple of good reasons that i was pretty sure victor is this big deal it's a bit dodgy about that we did dr good yet that's all submitted over this car hit five in the car bit to vomit and also a bit of that all for thought does disorderly him as an actor does. it all of us the evidence he does it's this big difference in the sort of miles over twenty thirty my minor. both unfortunate ducting did you know i'm alive i'm going to often for by done this more of us of with good news but we want to be wrong as does the earth and might go on for going over it you can for good. the author of the thesis was commissioned by the health minister to examine the role of the state government during the criminal trial against the manufacturer of the frogger opposite of lung collected on this collective file.
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this is on the trees mr urban for inviting us and can see the veterans progress my going to. it doesn't say three to five not does not mr i three deal with eighty five not and this is our go to side kind he invites you this year i know unsolicited by first the stuff ons begin. so there is no evidence that the state behaved improperly during the criminal trial against a pharmaceutical company go in and tell. a key player in the country going trial is north rhine-westphalia as justice minister joseph nye because the trial began in may in one nine hundred sixty eight zero leap brinkley's approaches that are sort of foundations really abishai but you but so i don't want to give you sad i said i'm curious presence on ars and alice could not on these really gotten suburban before becoming justice minister berger acted as criminal defense lawyer for the main defendant. in the archives contained files showing that he was
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a defense lawyer for herman ferrets a former director of good intel the company that manufactures come together to bias out and discovers a memorandum from the arkan prosecution service two days prior to becoming justice minister. still a lawyer wrote to the public prosecutor's in his opinion all questions concerning his client have been answered and that there is nothing to stop the case being dismissed. dungeness to on your minus never really in and president down. vi and they're done outside how this bit of the odds according to records are appeared in person the next day to meet the prosecution and to discuss dismissal of the case the charges in the county go on trial if a personal injury and involuntary manslaughter the defense demands that the case is dismissed a trial in which the parents of contraband children were only permitted to participate . as spectator as leading the prosecution now is justice minister. he is no longer
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allowed to interfere in the proceedings. however after two years in office writes a letter to a defense lawyer who is also involved. the letter is addressed to eric schmidt life. then the defense lawyer for one of the growing until defendants dear colleagues the justice minister writes while leafing through in the evening i found something about the submission of evidence. was the minister of justice unlawfully interfering in a criminal trial and giving legal advice to a defense lawyer. we show it to the author of the thesis and ask how he of that he waits the letter in regard to the state's role jury in the trial. is that it is guns i don't want to fuck at us at anything but i got
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a fountain and that today had to set off and in kentucky so too and of quintus team until they could be building until he could do it and take his concept and contact . emmett till and bought some decent side point i need him for one stop it in good taste i'm not dead. zones. until they go to. the university of glasgow. history professor ray stocks conducts research at the faculty of corporate history. professor stokes is an acknowledged expert on twentieth century german business history. he read the doctoral thesis on the federal state government's role he also knows about the let's annoy burger wrote during his time as justice minister this is go.
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good game but what a fun fun more of our go on with life no. no i broke his heart all amended this disbelief is to see the d. d. d. d. d. d. to five runs or be dizzy and i'm your recent talk in the next new book and well just so i know your contacts fission in biden as an issue preserving wished on an all. professional or for been the winter fishing and buy.
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things. to and. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport that's less i'm show business i'll see that. hey everybody i'm stephen ball. task hollywood guy you know suspects every proud american first of all i'm just george washington and r.v. to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru just a little bit different. no one knows up with all the drama happening in our country i'm hitting the road to have some fun every day americans. look for the start to
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bridge the gap this is the great american pill which. has been reaching out for decades for years now under food and saying look we've got to trade more this more trade and america is like no no you're an existential crisis because we have to give these deadbeats in congress a lot more money if you're going to create a fake enemy called put it with a man three hundred million dollars meanwhile you go to trade with china and on the east and create the new silk route it become a fortunate enough i feel a six thousand dollar cami all america shrinks. in london british victims of the active ingredient in come to gun have teamed up and formed a group called solidify trust. to bias aren't presenting his findings from the
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german archives. letters files of minutes outlining the role politics played during the criminal trial against the manufacture of grown into these documents should new light on what happened fifty five years ago. it isn't just british that it might survivors who are convinced they find lies in old british political parties. in feb twenty fifth an unusual debate takes place in the british parliament. mr michael moore thank you mr speaker for over fifty years the little misers have been campaigning for justice particularly from the german manufacturers. know that over one hundred fifty m.p.'s of signed an open letter to the german chancellor with the prime minister add this to his busy agenda today so that we might get a decent and fair settlement for all concerned. i have on behalf of
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a constituent and she raised this issue not only through the european parliament but also with german authorities and i'll certainly reflect what the gentleman says . more than one hundred fifty british m.p.'s from all political parties have signed a letter to the german chancellor. unlike germany britain does have a tradition of rebellion when dealing with the little mite of the active ingredient i'm going to go to. the four hundred sixty six members of the trust not just fighting for compensation. they want those responsible for their disabilities to be held to account. is one of them thinks they have almost succeeded who have which ties and to whom and with his chart to explain the connections to german politicians as well as representatives in the european parliament if they hadn't ended the trial as they did in the early seventy's then the evidence would have been available to the victims to use in their future actions against another's and
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in particular the u.k. survivors action in the seventy's would have undoubtedly have been ended in a much more favorable fashion too to the claimants as it was they didn't have the evidence they had to settle for a much bigger discount in the amount that they should have got than would have to bow to being the case if there's evidence to be got a proper settlement and that's what threw them out as they're after now. the british lawyer thinks evidence of that confidential meeting is crucial it took place in july nine hundred sixty nine but the ministry of health and bone. senior management from com to guns manufacturer were invited to discuss the settlement of the counter gun case according to a note from the ministry. the goal of the meeting is to reach a legal agreement with the company as to how country gun victims can be compensated . when the parents association of the deformed children hits of the plan's hand
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asks to see details of the meeting the ministers say is under no circumstances will the association receive any details as it does. because our. document the. or. signs all those of you how kind of all are. doing for along with. the district half a century later in the summer of twenty fifteen a meeting between british that it might victims and representatives of the german government took place at germany's embassy in london i think they heard the concerns we had they obviously refute the fact that they interfered in the criminal trial but they've never actually answered individually the documents that we put to them. the british m.p. simon horn was also present at the german embassy meeting. and. it was really i think to hobbes the first half i thought was very positive so clear the
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mood music coming out from officials on the on the german side of the table as it were it was very encouraging that they wanted to have a dialogue they wanted to see this brought to a conclusion we had to leave as we had to go back to the commons to vote and then the notes following that seem to suggest that they slightly dried up like clapton and it was very much we're not going to get involved with this this is the only meeting we're going to have to discuss this effectively that's the end of the news i think if there was anything which came out of the meeting which we had. the embassy in july of last year is that there had been a long debate point as to whether the drug which had been taken by british mothers had been manufactured in germany or had been manufactured under license in the u.k. and it is now very clear that the german officials taking entirely the point that the thirty five trust in the u.k. has been making for many
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a long year that there was knows the manufactured in the u.k. and that which was taken by british mothers or expectant about those have been very factored in germany. this is knowledge facility might victims receive decades too late since the one nine hundred seventy s. people affected by so little might have only been able to file compensation applications with the german government anyone who does file an application must renounce all claims against the manufacture of. many european victims say they have received little or no compensation at all. the federal ministry of family affairs declined to be interviewed. nor would it comment on the meeting with british counter gun victims at the german embassy in london. it stated only that the counter gun trust fund grants financial support when claims are grounded. christi and alltel also applied for support.
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yeah it's my new clown from college don't have one as an instance of one as good here or. box spring bet me are always going to tarboro. you on this good bye to how it's one of the no armored mission to get in. clear investment of the east does baskets work issuance and if you show up at the office of a new get this work. that he has been. how can we spend a third of our lives in our beds our beds are important and for it to be turned down on that basis is utterly ridiculous and so it's abundantly clear to me that applying to the call to go isn't going to be a solution for us at all and so therefore for us to be subjected to a ridiculous system bureaucratic system at this point in our lives it's not going
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to meet our needs all we need is money that we can use in the ways that we know that will suit us best. the formosa little manufacturer no longer considers claims from the victims of the drug to be their responsibility. the tougher. side. want to. of course with tiny unclogging going to an innocent or to get you double tough no they're fun to put up for when tiger seeded border. of i know him from life and until own just its. supporters not paid by grown until but the federal government. one of many who is applications to the german county gun foundation were denied this lorraine mercer sometimes i do know now because.
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a few months back i'm planning. on moving. it's getting. some of the late complications are only now becoming apparent murcer need supplementary oxygen just to be able to breeze there is a fund in germany connected to the court against gift which allows the later might is to apply to it for financial assistance there's also a fund that's been set up by agreement to apply to that but you could apply to them saying you wanted some more money but you have to prove first why. you've applied to a little more trust to get some money and that they said no and that you've applied to all the charities and you've tried to local government get assistance when you've been rejected by everybody you can then ask green atar they would like to contribute some money towards your. financial assistance but you're not really aware that because green atar hasn't made it public to the little writers outside
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of germany in fact the company established a private foundation. however does not want to talk about it nor do they want to discuss how application decisions are made they say they don't want to provoke envy . we please the general government should be responsible for paying for those i met helpful is that we or have a new flame only get that money remains need to be met. in great britain so robert nelson is a well known judge he's written to the german federal ministry of family affairs. the purpose of the letter was to bring home to the german government the problems that the flu the midas face and the shortfall in finances that we felt they had in the amount they got and the amount that they would in fact need i wrote it to the relevant minister and there was no reply as.
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for decades parents never knew what was going on behind their backs during the criminal trial they were only allowed to be spectators. the thalidomide manufacturers defense strategy was to convince the prosecution to agree to dismiss the case. they knew that they didn't just have the regional government justice minister on their side but the federal government too however the dismissal of a criminal case requires strict. conditions these according to the prosecution service meant.
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about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last turn. your attitude up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry but only i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each fret. but then my feeling started to change you talked about war like it was a cave still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never feel like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this was quite different i speak out because there were no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its make.
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me. feel on a hard day at the dinner table bottle sorry show the six oir here in the. area. an estimated eighteen falsehoods under a trophy jeans are now living in greece. you know still more go. to your home in the view of the ring. and many sell their bodies just to make ends meet it's. really the second or third year in all the sins in there that they're helpless as an alumnus but it. also has thirds or dealing drugs to make a living. listless a little is a lot of words a little. bit with a new. who.
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in some american cities the police have built themselves cling to reputation people who walk on the streets of the united states are at risk from the very people who are supposed to protect that people are no more afraid of the police than of the terminals. you can see something happening and this is like i don't want to call the cops have been a resident call the cops in those young black men lose their lives chasing the with that thing goes on the trigger you never know better safe than sorry i don't know that someone else is going to pull a gun so yes unfortunately around around here we end up killing our guns off the death toll from such but cool place to be like when over. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to
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education being supplanted by the right to access education low it's high education is becoming just another product that can be bullshit and sold but it's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business and what you good. luck with the souls. of them you. want is the place of students in this business model before college i was born and now and i'm extremely more higher education the new global economic wall. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or some want to. have to go right to be cross the survival before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the
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