Due to the unseemly public efforts of Spann's relatives in seeking
the addition of phony "treason" charges and the death penalty to
Abdul Hamid Walker Lindh, it is worth reviewing the fact that Spann
threatened Abdul Hamid with death. It should be particularly noted
that Abdul Hamid had nothing to do with Spann's death later that day.
In this photoessay/interview, Hans Bennett (photographer and writer for INSUBORDINATION magazine) interviews an anonymous community organizer who enjoys talking about black blocking. Also included are photos that Hans has taken at various protest events. This is part 2 of the series. This first photo is taken at the main gate of Vandenberg Air Force Base, California on Armed Forces Day, May 19 2001.
“Why did they bomb us? Why did they do this?” asked Afghan civilians captured and beaten in two nights of raids in Oruzgan by U.S. military forces Jan 24. They were released this week and told their story to The New York Times.