Silenced, Censored & Ridiculed (The Media’s Lies)

Dreaded Cheetah

Over the past 6 months, we packed our bus & set off to bring to light the CENSORSHIP that has, and is going on around us, now more than ever. We ventured up to Queensland, down to Victoria & through New South Wales to interview 5 individuals that have been SILENCED, CENSORED & RIDICULED by the media or Australian government in some way or another. Each person we interviewed referred us to another … and another … resulting in this EPIC documentary – 18 unique stories sharing a similar thread – harsh, and often unjust censorship served upon them for simply speaking their truth. This is a labour of love – we stand to gain nothing and have a single intention – to offer another perspective, another truth to what’s happening in our world today. A fuller story, so to speak. All you have to do is take the time to sit back & watch with an open mind & heart ❤

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COVID-19 lawsuits spreading like a virus through US courts

yahoo

While apps for video-conferencing and online courses have flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic, so have something rather more contentious: lawsuits.

More than 1,300 complaints linked to the coronavirus have already been filed in US courts, according to a daily tally kept by the law firm of Hunton Andrews Kurth.

“COVID has divided America and it has vast political implications,” Lawrence Gostin, a professor of public health law at Georgetown University, told AFP.

“There is a conflict between public health and freedom — all kinds of freedoms, like the right to work, to liberty, to protest, to buy a firearm…”

And since the United States is a “highly litigious society,” he added, these conflicts often end up in court.

A first wave of lawsuits has come from prisons and immigration centers, said Torston Kracht, a litigation partner with Hunton Andrews Kurth: prisoners have demanded to be paroled early, arguing that sanitary conditions in their facilities are poor and in some cases are aggravating detainees’ existing health problems.

Some prisoners, including former Donald Trump campaign director Paul Manafort and former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, have won early release.

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