SUNDAY SCREENING | Drug trafficking is morally reprehensible, so why are our government agencies allowed to engage in these illegal operations?
Patrick Henningsen | In addition to fuelling the West’s insurgency, these drugs are being used to terrorize local populations and shock western media consumers.
SUNDAY SCREENING | Colombia’s rebel women: beauty, babies and the battle in the rainforest.
SUNDAY SCREENING | This week’s featured documentary selection, curated by our editorial team.
SF Chronicle | The CIA was playing an extremely dangerous game, and we see the remnants today.
Megan McLemore | Each year, hundreds of thousands are failed by prison drug treatment policies that even the Bureau of Prisons admits don’t work.
SPECIAL REPORT | “We fight them on the border so they don’t come inside here.”
£20 Billion British Money Laundering Scam Goes Through Eastern Europe, Ends in HSBC, RBS, UBS and Citibank
21WIRE + The Independent | Will investigators nail the real facilitators of international organised crime – major international banks?
21WIRE + RT | It’s a fair question: Is this Dutch biker gang down there on business?
21WIRE + The New American | American Hank McGee was cleared by a grand jury over murder charges, but he’s not out of the woods yet.
21WIRE + Brasscheck TV | One of the most under-reported stories of the 20th century was the BCCI scandal, the Bank of Crooks and Criminals.
Washington Post | Finally, adults in Washington state will be able to smoke marijuana legally.
Patrick Henningsen | Truth is almost always stranger than fiction…
Daily Bell | The elimination of Al-Qaeda’s leader will not facilitate the pull-out of US troops from Afghanistan.
21WIRE + RT | US might move away from Al-Qaeda as its chief enemy in “The War on Terror”, and refocus on nation state enemies, namely Libya, Syria and Iran.
Patrick Henningsen | The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks is said to have warned that al-Qaeda has hidden a nuclear bomb “somewhere in Europe” .
Patrick Henningsen | NATO are self-organising in Afghanistan just like the mafia do at home.
Patrick Henningsen | Americans might ask themselves whether or not practices like indefinite detention, torture, ‘black’ prisons and drug running – makes them proud to fly the stars and stripes.