On August 17th, while about 2,000 demonstrators rallied outside, State Court Judge Pamela Dembe heard Mumia's lawyers argue why there should be another Post Conviction Relief Appeal. Dembe strongly leaned towards the prosecution's arguement that certain time limits for presenting evidence have expired and therefor the court doesn't have to reopen the PCRA process.
The author provides the reader with a Seattle mother's story of her son's 1990 suicide while on Prozac, a corrective to the media myth that Prozac produces few side effects at the passing of Eli Lilly & Co.'s patent on the drug at the start of August, a brief history of Prozac and, finally, the author analyzes a recently published article by Dr. David Dunner of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Washington.
THE NEW PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT (ELECTED LAST JUNE 3RD) INTENTIONS TO PRIVATIZE THE WATER
OF THE PEOPLE OF PERU'S CAPITAL (LIMA), IS BAD NEWS & MAY END IN A REVOLT OF THE MASSES
& FORCE BACK TO NO PRIVATIZATION OF WATER AS PEOPLE OF BOLIVIA (IT'S OUR WATER, DAMNIT!)
On June 20, Seale returned to New Haven, and spoke about the relationship between the radical politics of the 1960s and the rebirth of activism and today's growing worldwide movement for social justice(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).