Guantanamo

THE MICHAEL SLATE SHOW

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Michael Slate

Andy Worthington, Journalist, digs into the history of the Guantanamo torture chamber and the torture and abuse of political prisoners who remain caged at Guantanamo. Worthington reveals how the US imperialists have maneuvered to prevent the release of any prisoners, including those already cleared for release, and effectively prevent the closure of the prison.

Adesola Osakalumi, one of the two actors who portray the Nigerian musician Fela Anikulapo Kuti in a play celebrating the revolutionary and butt shaking music and art of Fela.

THE MICHAEL SLATE SHOW

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Michael Slate

The Guantanamo Files, Can Science Embrace Religion and a Chinatown Pogrom -- the Largest Mass Lynching in US History:

Andy Worthington, journalist and author of The Guantanamo Files, talks about the significance of the WikiLeaks Guantanamo documents and what they reveal about the American Torture Chamber.

PZ Myers, Scientist, Atheist & Blogger (Pharyngula), argues that science and religion cannot be reconciled and nothing good can come from attempting to do so.

The Michael Slate Show

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Michael Slate

Andy Worthington, author of "The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America's Illegal Prison" and Co-director of the film "Outside the Law: Stories from Guantanamo," talks about the fate of the
detainees held inside the infamous torture chamber as the Guantanamo torture camp enters its 10th year.

Crimes are Crimes and Busting Through It All: Spain Wants to Arrest the CIA, Guantanamo Military Tribunals, Stepping Out Against the Crimes of Both Bush and Obama and Breaking Through the Censorship Around California's Anti-Gay Marriage Case 

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Michael Slate

Steven Watt, ACLU, reports on Spains attempt to get arrest warrants against the 13 CIA agents involved in the extraordinary renditioning of Khalid el-Masri; Jennifer Turner, ACLU, on the military tribunal against Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr and the banning of 4 reporters from the tribunal; Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and World Can't Wait activist, on the World Can't Wait ad "Crimes are Crimes No Matter Who Does Them"; Rick Jacobs, Courage Campaign, on the launching of a campaign to bust through the blanket of censorship on top of the courtroom battle against California's anti-gay ma