Monday, September 24, 2012

“With Liberty and Justice for Some: The Two Tiered U.S. Justice System.” If you have questions about America's Conduct So Does He - And Does He! Lets go see more of whats not reported on by mainstream media and what may be ailing the system.

Controversial author-commentator scheduled to speak in Columbia!

September 27th at 5:30 PM, best-selling author, Salon and Guardian
contributor, Glenn Greenwald will visit MU, conduct a book signing and
give a lecture titled “With Liberty and Justice for Some: The Two
Tiered U.S. Justice System.” Greenwald released a similarly titled
book this summer.

The event will be located at the MU Law School’s Hulston Hall (9th and
Conley in Columbia)–Room 7.

Glenn Greenwald will be the keynote speaker and will lead a panel
discussion.  The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Jefferson City
is one of the sponsors of this appearance.   This promises to be a
not-to-be-missed event.

Glenn needs no introduction to the Progressives in our community. His
criticisms of the our criminal justice system, NDAA, Attorney General,
Holder’s Department of Justice, the system of spy networks that have
been vastly expanded under the Obama Administration, the extralegal
killing of terrorism suspects, the continued operation of Guantanamo
Prison and the overriding of Habeas Corpus, are as devastating as they
are bipartisan.

A book signing (5:30) will precede the lecture (6PM) with a panel
discussion to follow (7-8).

Panelists include Eduardo Crespi, the executive director of Centro
Latino and Comedor Popular, or People’s Diner, of Columbia; Steve
Downs, the executive director of the National Coalition to Protect
Civil Freedoms; Amany Ragab Hacking, a St. Louis University law
professor and cofounder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations;
and Redditt Hudson, a program associate for the Eastern Missouri
American Civil Liberties Union chapter.

Date/Time: Thursday, Sept. 27. Book signing begins at 5:30 p.m.,
lecture at 6 p.m, and panel discussion at 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: Room 7 at Hulston Hall on MU’s campus

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