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was very poor, i thought i was doing my best to get back to school, which still will have the strongest appeal. the headlines, but it's out here when i see a jail who lifted the lid on abusive conditions of the prison he's being held in is denied and telephone access to his lawyers all the program and we speak to his wife who branded an act of retaliation. the intentions on the rise and ghana don where the taliban claimed fee to provincial capital in the country. the 1st in 5 years off an attack killed the head of the government media department. i get to see here to do the work. so fuck it up in the funding, the believe has happened. we need to defend the police. us. congressman corey bush is accused of poverty. it's revealed that security detail of cost taxpayers some $70000.00. i made a call on the police coming as
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a motor rates across america configured a saw ah, it is moment after midnight here in moscow. of course this is off you to national a very welcome to you. would you saw this hour with a special coverage for you? of the story of martin got his failed. he's currently serving a prison sentence in america for hacking the systems of a hospital. he says he committed that crime to draw attention to a custody battle between the hospital and the parents of a child being kept without that consent. i got his fell there recently turned to us after he was denied telephone access to his lawyers. ah, luck has failed. so the wife says communication with his lawyer was cut off shortly
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after he wrote an article that was published right here on our website. in the pc describes cases of mistreatment at the prison he's being held in. the authorities that don't deny this actually they, they say it's all due to changes in their covert policy. but mr. called us felt wife is not satisfied with that explanation. they read all of his mail. so they had a heads up on what was coming. they shouldn't, it's legal privilege mail, but i guess i guess they were aware he had multiple attorneys who were trying to get in touch with him for meetings about strategic matters. he answered in appeal and other like just and other stuff in court and they just can't reach him. they're telling him that they can't. francere felt his that bureaus prison lawyer is telling them that she can only let him speak to them if they have upcoming court deadlines. whereas she's not applying that requirement to any of the others
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in me. gotta feld's case made headlines all over the world. thanks to what he describes his quest to save the life or 15 year old justina, paulette he, a 7 years ago got us failed, hacked the computer servers of boston childrens hospital. his actions exposed a month long custody battle between the hospital and justin. his parents had been disputing her diagnosis by the doctors who upgraded a red blood disorder to that of a mental condition, and then forcibly separated just una from her family. the hucker talk helped draw media attention to the case sparking a debate over parental rights. the girl was eventually reunited with her family after a public outcry, but caught us failed was arrested right now. so having a tenured, tell him at a so called up community management unit. well, these units were created as part of the war on terror and are actually done by the media as little one ton of most,
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all communications with the outside world are monitored and restricted, and typical inmates include terrorists, so those link to piracy and even matthew members to, well, we discussed the conditions in which martin got his spelled is being held. we did this with his wife and with byron brown, a journalist and activates to campaigned and supportive gulf has failed and who was himself imprisoned in connection without a data leak? marty himself, over throughout the entire him is imprisonment, has been retaliated against 4 other articles written lawsuits. he has filed against a system against individual wardens and so forth. having done for years and feds myself, the prison. the us for my activism and having written, calling from prison. i've been in prison where there wasn't a lot. i've been in prisons where, you know, i was, i was pulled off the phone. what was going to interview the interview and put an issue for doing that interview and then release after investigation. you know, 2 weeks later i was re arrested because of his orders in 2017 for getting interview
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advice after i got out of prison. no one has been involved in activism should be tried in the us, nor ca shredded there. they just did the record of the us all on this is just a mentally vile i trial. they said the government wanted to use the were, were a terrorist in the judge said, no, we did try to nathaniel gordon who hates marty. said you can't use that word. that's not what this was. but after trial, they put him in a unit for terrorists. it makes no sense even a previous prison correctional officers recognize that this is a political case. i think that's why he's in the c. m u, the judge, you sentenced your husband to more than 10 years in prison, he called your husband's actions as contemptible, insidious, and loathsome. why do you think? why do you think he would use those words? i think that's what really set him off. was it? marty?
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expose his conflicts of interest in the case. judge nathaniel gordon donate to the adoption agency that often partners and has received donations from boston childrens hospital. it's likely the agency that they would have used to get just adopted into another family. remember they took the custody away from justine, parents made her aware of the state. and then the next step is to get her adopted into another family. we are both the judge and the adults incentive to comment on the allocations. we'll let you know what they have to say. in the meantime, we also offer a leading human rights organization. you can see right here from america and all around the world to comment on goddess feld's. case of the european court of human rights told us they cannot comment on the issue as there was no application to it. well for now, here is a national that wraps up our special coverage for you. we will bring you more developments on this story as they happen both on air and online ah,
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shifting okay, now to be honest on where taliban fight has reportedly made another major gain, seizing control of our regional capital, we understand is that 1st such victory in 5 years now, according to local media, the city of central, the numerous province fell without resistance. and so far, the afghan government has not commented on that situation. meanwhile, residents of another regional capital in the province of fleeing the homes, a market streets in the city of enclosed to the threat of attack. as off can armed forces are battling taliban fighters in the area. we did speak to some of the local that i left my home and came to to car. i don't know where we ought to go, where to live, why we are suffering such difficulties. much of the security situation and kara has significantly worse than the exchanges are close, the markets are closed. the taliban have completely surrounded earlier the head of
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the afghan government media department with actually shot dead in couple. and we got the letters from our local journalist. what does that shows you that this deadly string of assassinations continues in call the thought of on the fed that they have they were behind the killings. the attack also comes after the deadly suicide car bombing outside of the home, off of on us our defense minister, as well as part of our member of parliament from babylon province. there is a climate of fear in cobble because of the attack that took place, as well as these constant assassinations of major attacks inside major provincial capital, a cities packed with civilians. the latest is in the city of chevron on the capital of jose done province. the home of marshal dose them this morning, the taliban reached the security belt in the city and they got inside several
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government buildings setting fire to homes. we've also seen very intense and heavy fighting in the city of her ot, and with an honest on some people have also been fleeing from the province of numerals, which is just on the iranian border. so as we see urban warfare, i received a wide project for the one civilian casualties and fatalities are going up and people are forced to basically flee and leave their homes where they can. but in most cases, quite frankly, people just don't have the option of just leaving us a congresswoman corey. busy bush is facing accusations of hypocrisy. after her personal god, expenses came to light. of course, she's one of the democrats in the recent past. he made an impassioned call for the police to be defended. if i spend $1010.00, and more dollars on it, you know what i get to be here to do the work. so suck it up in the fun in the police has to happen. we need to defend the police. they put that money into social
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safety nets because we're trying to save lives the most talented, 28 seconds you'll ever watch. curry bush will be fine with her private security, but everyday americans should suck it up because the funding, the police has to happen. i think corey bush and anyone else in public life who faces legitimate threats deserve what ever security they need. that's why it's so bizarre to hear seconds after demanding. it's demanding the funding of the police for ordinary citizens who want the police. they're also public filings show with a cory bush or spend some $70000.00 in government funding interest 3 months on personal protection services. during a cbs interview, she said that she had received some death threats while it made her call to defend the police. motor rates across the country are actually on the rise, the latest date and suggesting that in major cities is now worse now than it was before. covert. a new york city launched
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a safe summer program to try and cope the trend. but in fact, the number of shooting victims has risen markedly that we discussed the issue with journalists, lauren chen. she is entitled to extra security if she feels that that is necessary . but the problem is that there are people in so many cities across united states, i'm talking about chicago, detroit, new york, increasingly, who are in dangerous positions and dangerous neighborhoods who are in danger situation and not have that seem ability to afford that extra protection. so that is what is so hypocritical about this case. we should also remember that this is a person who has been campaigning to make housing a human right and to cancel rent. again, i'm not trying to dismiss the plight of sony americans who are behind on their right, but the idea that you can just start and stop the u. s. economy with will rent payments and expect no consequences to that. well, it's almost as laughable as trying to defend the police or i to grace and now where a huge battle continues against wildfire. that of roberts forests from just outside
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athens all the way to the birthplace of the limpid games. i use the the one of the main hotspots is the island of every where the fires have destroyed as many as 150 homes and 4th, mass evacuations, olive groves, livestock, and power lines have all been lost to the flames, which are considered now to be the worst wildfires for years in greece because this report from one local journalist at the same firefighters aircraft, municipal cruise and volunteers have been trying to contain the blaze that started on tuesday in forest land near the seaside village of living out of yes,
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in the i don't know, very ne of us authorities believe to be making some progress in the early hours, wednesday and the shift in winds re in the fire and concerts in different directions. we are standing next to the village of skip a steep. wayne habitants are scared for their properties, since the fire right behind us is a few meters away from their houses. the situation has become worse since airplanes and helicopters have not been flying in the area since they were re directed to another fire from like that of ancient olympia. the house of the only declaim, according to authorities. the lack of winds has held by the extreme temperatures at painting 45 degrees centigrade have worse than the situation altogether. most of the villages of the area have been evacuated. however, people do stay behind to protect their houses and the army has been added to the air force or patrolling and management of the extinguishing the forest fires. which shows how dramatic the situation is in greece. isaac no move for r t in the island,
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greece not just crazy. we check out some other headlines, smaller around the world, another wildfire. this one's been going for 3 weeks as decimated a tiny california mountain community. leveling most of its historic downtown area and raising blocks of homes, aided by tend to drive vegetation and find the by strong winds. the dixie fire, as it's been named as ripped through greenville, a buildings dating from the gold rushed era will completely destroyed along with a school the petrol station, a church, a hotel, a museum, a residents have been told to leave the area along with those. and another tiny mountain community that of taylorsville wildfires are also proven to be a big problem this time in southern turkey. they've now spread to the gold took plateau. very famous area where hundreds of wild horses famously, rome people are demanding immediate help from authorities to protect the animals, but also safeguard remote villages in the mountain valleys. as we understand,
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locals have been forced to run their own rescue and fire fighting operations, while thousands have been forced just to flee. 100 protesters have taken to the streets of melbourne as australia. as a 2nd largest city, entered its sic lockdown. often new carpet cases were reported. the statewide lockdown in victoria will last 7 days. people are only allowed to leave their houses, full of food shopping or to be injected. the well filled to come here on the program america is back. that's the message for us, vice president has taken on the road to vietnam. those are the words the locals. want to hear that story and more just among the ah ah
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the the news ah good if you to join us for this program, the world health organization, once wealthy nations, to temporarily forego giving out coven vaccine booster shots, so that poor a nation's can get those supplies instead. of the initiative has faced strong opposition from america, which says it's already provided enough medical help to other countries. during the break, we need an urgent reversal from the majority of vaccines going to high income countries to that my g t going to low income countries, double a calling for a moment more i told him on boosters until at least the end of september. we feel that it's a false choice and that we can hit an important milestone of over 110000000
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vaccines donated to the world. we also in this country have enough supply to ensure that every american has access to a vac, seen or data suggests nearly a 3rd of the world's population has received at least one dose of a vaccine. the majority of those innoculated living in higher income countries. but although around 42000000 doses are administered around the globe every single day, only one percent of people in poor nations have received a shot. earlier my colleagues, jessica taylor got a reaction from gas, isn't it? no, it's not sure that countries will always provide for their own before helping others . yes it is, but i think was particularly true as they are also protecting the monopolies of the big pharmaceutical phone. so it makes sense. they want to vaccinate their own people, but to forcibly limit the supply to only allow 5 maternity produce the successful vaccine. we need to flock the world, as we said,
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for an effective vaccine for everyone. for the primary thing we need to do is drake these monopolies and allow every successful vaccine manufacture in the world in south africa and india, american america to mass produce. these factions, instead of waiting for the charity rich nations, while they protect their pharmaceutical john, 1st priority is to protect your own population, but not at the expense of other people. we know you've heard a lot through the pandemic about the fact that none of it's a safe until all of us deliver vaccines to the rest of the world globally. we're going to need more different types of faxing, and we're gonna need more local manufacturing capacity. and that's indeed what the, what the rich countries should be supporting. the reason we have these mutations, the reason we have a delta baron is because we're filing to vaccinate the majority of the world, new people that benefit from page to show the pharmaceutical industry who get to
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continue to sell year in year out for huge amounts of money phase to, to the rich world, and they have no interest in back to india, africa, low cost. so that's why government have to be, have to force these companies to open up their recipes, open up their titans. these are publicly funded vaccines. remember immunity? does wayne, and we need to have vaccines are covering the potential variance that might be vaccine resistant, but as mac, so what he says, you know, one of the issues here is the, if we don't vaccinate the rest of the world, then we all going to have to have the vaccines and so it's a cyclical thing. what's important, hey, you know, is that we, sci fi, the number of vaccines that are available. there are already a number of different vaccines approved across the world. and we should be focusing on improving the manufacture distribution of those vaccines. we've created, knowing new vaccine, billionaires in the last 6 months,
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the shareholders of pfizer are making more money than they can ever dream of. meanwhile, were fading back from a city and the people that that isn't pulling pulling failure on the part bridge countries and pulling signing on the part pharmacy companies. the u. s. vice president come la harris will visit vietnam and singapore later this month. under the slogan, america is back. and so the questions over whether the message is actually something people, enough part of the world really want to hear as r t. dimitri power reports. america is back in vietnam, not exactly the bus wording to use, considering its appalling legacy of carpet bombing the country in the sixties and seventies. but vice president, kamala harris's 1st ever planned visit to vietnam, is claimed to have a noble aim. keep in mind the biden harris's administration, main message to the world is not supposed to make you cringe. but really though,
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can you help it? at least that was the reaction on line vietnam. the nation we destroyed and who is still dealing with the aftermath of our last visit there. kamala is an imperialist, saying, americans back in vietnam, can juris images of b, 50 twos, dropping d to t. bob's on villages. do you think if camera was off? how many vietnamese civilian and soldier deaths america was responsible for over a 25 year period. that her guess would be even with an a 1000000 of the actual numbers. i mean, seriously, america is back. that's the wording the u. s. went with when visiting a country, it ravaged with a hideously toxic agent orange in the decades long conflict. it's been almost 60 years since the chemical was widely deployed and the vietnamese are still dealing with the aftermath me.
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that's all despite the assurances by washington and annoy me of their cooperation to clear up the heretic effects, it is necessary to continue to mobilize resources to accelerate the progress of dioxin decontamination and be an apple area. seek more appropriate methods to provide medical care and employment for the victims of agent, orange, dioxin in vietnam. vietnam has certainly not forgotten. countless people are to this day living with the consequences of the atrocities us committed during his campaign. what the united states government did to vietnam over 50 years ago. we all know what the united states government did in that country. you know,
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it was that more was horrifyingly, brutal against the vietnamese people. united states was responsible for committing atrocities every single day during that war. not only did the enemies people with ocean people and the camp body of the, i mean, we committed mass murderer in those 3 countries on a daily basis. and really sending kamala harris that's just adding insult to injury so far. her track record hasn't been all that great. so i would say it's been disastrous. her most spectacular failure so far. being the us father and border crisis a task she was specifically appointed to handle, yet it took her months stephen, visit the scene. joe biden calmly. harris screwed this up. and let's not make the pandemic worse by making this crisis at the border, even worse than it already. and it's been a month since fighting borders are. kamala harris hopped off of her jet for 90
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minutes for a photo shoot near the border, which he dug. there's a southern border visit and still nothing has changed. fending in the least popular person, the u. s. administration has to such a painful spot as vietnam is kind of sending mixed messages to those who fil, suffer. but either way, watch out america is back or, you know, i'm not sure the intricacies of what i harris is supposed to accomplish there. but you, one of the things you have to remember that lot of people say that the united states, as the mot, christie, you cannot absolutely cannot be a democracy and a global empire at the same time. because the united states goes in to the 3rd world countries and we destroyed their democracy so we can, so we can ex, light them. that's what we do. that discussion and analysis continues online right now at r t dot com. i made the mix of the rest of the stories you think you may have missed
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the meantime, though your program returns in about half an hour's time. hope to hear that the, anybody resistance is a real problem because we can go back to what they call the pre antibody theora, reactively become post antibody any, you know, a lot of countries, particularly countries like india, china developing countries or low income countries that have particularly poor water supply, the resistance level, there are astronomical, you know, the common bacteria like a co, practical purposes. untreatable as we were saying in shipping, all of our jobs factors to china was a bad idea. but the american people were okay with it, because although they're way, cuz we're going down the stuff they were getting from china, the wal mart was cheaper than ever. okay,
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now the chickens have come home to roost. now, the china labor sink is finished. inflation is kicking in for real. wages are going up, but it's not as fast as inflation. i believe it doesn't look like this is of off the old what you actually puzzle. so can you through that actually use them? she says to build me up with your sequel, but you're me picking it up
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with a dinner each and cooking favorite from a credit issued by the book. i hey folks, next up. nice young man. a baby any more, but he still looks so young, played already. abrams on glee. that's where i 1st became aware of him. and now he's back doing ryan murphy stuff. you know that american horror stories thing. usually i think they do it through line for an entire season, but this year they're going more anthology, he's an episode coming up called embargoed. and he's going to tell us about that to the extent that he can. i think they got an n d a over there that is like, i don't know, like mickey rooney is pre hops, it is locked down. we'll talk to kevin, raquel right after this. and dennis miller plus one
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books. welcome to dennis relo plus one, and our plus one. today's an intrepid sol. yeah. kevin mckelly in the studio. everybody else's in the bunker with cheney at this point. but covers gay, very best known for playing already. a rooms on the foxes show, gleick and for ryan murphy, it's funny to me that murphy gets his fingers at everywhere. glee, probably the one show that would not freak you out to be in. because all the rest are scary so much. he also has appearances on the office want to pick your brain about that one of my favorites. and so we want to, one is now has a role in an episode. i guess they're doing american horror stories differently, the shirts, and anthology and follow g series. i think they used to be a through lie, and the american horror story series is currently streaming exclusively on fx on
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hulu, around the cape, good hope to introduce our friend covers kevin mchale. how are you coming and well, how are you doing? i'm just a young kid with a junior, but it's, it's interesting that your episode called embargoed, has done so with all the information about it. but i will tell you before on i cannot even watch this american horror story from the artwork. and indeed, today i was trying to watch the trailer for the new season and somebody, somebody called rubber woman. yeah. she's scared to head. i watch, read 30 thing. this gets in my head. i can't get out. are you easily creep, audible, shareable? yeah, i don't watch the shows either. i tried to watch the 1st american horror story, and that was, i was just telling you how the 1st season that they shot it. they shared a stage with glee and i made ryan take us over there. so maybe i be able to be able to get through it like show me the rubber man.


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