In a premeditated plan to suppress a peaceful protest of more than 5,000 people, the New York City Police trapped and arrested more than 700 people today in lower Manhattan as they marched from the Occupy Wall Street encampment to Brooklyn.
Onondaga County district attorney William Fitzpatrick has been busy sweeping cases of police brutality under the rug and helping to exonerate killer cops.
Imagine if George W. Bush had received a four-year extension to his term of office and he alone had presided over the bailout, the surge of troops in Afghanistan, the deportation of 1 million immigrants, and the bombing of an African country.
On Aug. 25, members of the Syracuse community gathered on the city's Southside for a presentation about navigating the juvenile "justice" system.
Government propaganda and media lies have worked to cover up the truth of the Libyan revolt and the NATO intervention designed to overthrow the Libyan government.
Verizon workers remain determined and steadfast on picket lines across the Northeast. In Syracuse, NY, workers are striking at several locations, including a 24-hour picket on Thompson Rd.
More than 45,000 workers are striking against communications giant Verizon. The company, which claimed over $10 billion in net profits last year, wants the workers who make the company run to take $1 billion in cuts.
On the heels of yet another incident of police brutality, over 50 demonstrators converged in front of the Onondaga County “Justice” Center, right next to city police headquarters, to protest law enforcement brutality.
After an 18-day struggle, workers at the Nine Mile Point nuclear power plant in Scriba, NY, won a new contract.
On Aug. 6, the Syracuse community will once again take to the streets to demand justice for victims of law enforcement brutality, misconduct and neglect.