Sunday, February 10, 2019

The Missing and the Murdered

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#43, Mexico, #yeg, 2014 Iguala mass kidnapping, Edmonton Remembers
On September 26, 2014, 43 male students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College were forcibly taken and then disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. They were allegedly taken into custody by local police members from Cocula and Iguala, in collusion with organized crime. According to official reports, the students' annual commandeering of several buses to travel to Mexico City to commemorate the anniversary of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre turned deadly. During the journey, local police attempted to intercept several of the buses, commandeered by the students, through the use of road blocks and the firing of weapons. Wikipedia

People Have A Voice, The Will Be Heard!
2007 Citizen Free News 2019
Don't Hate The Media, Be The Media: Since starting civil information activism in fall of 2007 for the purpose of creating a citizen news service in Edmonton, I've enjoyed giving others in my community a voice by publishing hundreds of thier stories on social media YouTube. News stories relating to community, political, labour, human rights and civil rights issues. 



Since 2007 Civil Information Activism has been shared through word of mouth, placed on city kiosks with posters and newsletters shared publicly. Social media bLogs, Twitter and YouTubes are used to reach audiences across Canada and around the world. Hundreds of YouTubes have been published and seen by over 1/2 million viewers across Canada and worldwide.

Alberta Man Walks for the Homeless, Murdered and Missing

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Free News Sharing Omar Khadr - More to the Story

Citizen Free News Exclusive

“If this is not acceptable for a US citizen, why should it be acceptable for a Canadian citizen?” Sam Morison, Omar Khadr's U.S. Defence Lawyer. 

LOSE TO WIN – full transcript Morison Lecture, “Omar Khadr: the Man – the Law” Omar Khadr DID NOT commit a war crime. Date: November 12, 2013. FREE OMAR THE OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN WEBSITE

I'm joined with Melanie Humphreys, PhD President of Kings University on my news picket "Omar Khadr - More to the Story" in front of the Alberta Legislature. 
Citizen free news clip Brian Mason currently the NDP House Leader and Minister of Transportation defending Omar Khadr 2007.  
O'Canada - Albertans Get Active for Omar Khadr 

Dennis Edney, Canadian defence lawyer

Dennis Edney 'Our judicial system is something to be proud of'