AS A second day of anti-globalisation protests erupted in violence in the Italian port of Genoa, the father of the protester killed by police said yesterday that he felt sorry for the man who shot his son.
The theft of my "Mad Dog.." Id=7018 article by "mad dogs" on UK IMC along with the Bush admn. proposing granting asylum to illegals gave rise to this article. Surely the Beast has "raised its head"(Ps. 83:2).
Rev. Lucius Walker is founder of Pastors for Peace and he spoke with Between The Lines' Denise Manzari about how this product could benefit the poor in the U.S., and his decades long struggle to end the American blockade against Cuba.
A protester lies dead on the road after being shot by Italian police during rioting in central Genoa July 20, 2001. Police fired live rounds, tear gas and used water cannon in an attempt to disperse the thousands of protestors who are demonstrating against the G8 summit. (Dylan Martinez/Reuters)
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Wayne Besson, associate director of communications with the Human Rights Campaign, who examines the aborted White House-Salvation Army deal and explains why a growing number of citizens oppose the Bush faith-based initiative(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).