2020-03-22: Social Media Postees

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Shutdown of Post Office Encampment After Denial of Portapotties & Wash Stations There
Robert Norse | indybay.org | 2020-03-22
Chief Mills and a dozen or more cops, rangers, and camp trashers moved on to evict and fence out the homeless tent-shelter-in-place encampment along Water St. near…
indybay.org/newsitems/2020/03/20/18831701.php

Beyond the Death Penalty, Activists Are Fighting to End Death by Incarceration
Staff | truthout.org | 2020-03-21
With 2.3 million people behind bars, the United States is the world's largest jailer. Yet after decades of holding this dubious honor, many Americans have begun to question what Fordham law professor John Plaff calls "this massive experiment in punitive social control." Decarceration is being discussed in states across the…
truthout.org/articles/beyond-the-death-penalty-activists-are-fighting-to-end-death-by-incarceration/

NYPD cops caught on video planting drugs again
Andrew Emett | nationofchange.org | 2020-03-21
The both currently remain on patrol with no criminal charges against them.
nationofchange.org/2020/03/21/nypd-cops-caught-on-video-planting-drugs-again/

Birthday to forget: Brazil icon Ronaldinho turns 40 while languishing in Paraguayan jail… and could be there for 6 more months
rt.com | 2020-03-21
Former Brazil and Barcelona icon Ronaldinho turned 40 on Saturday, but it will likely be a birthday the World Cup winner wants to forget as he remains in a Paraguayan prison. | Ronaldinho and his brother are still behind bars in a maximum security facility on the outskirts of Asuncion after being arrested just over a fortnight ago for entering the country with fake passports. | The ex-Barca star was warned could face at least 6 more months in jail while the case is resolved, after he had an appeal to be m…
rt.com/sport/483733-ronaldinho-40th-birthday-prison/

FBI arrests Pakistani doctor trying to JOIN ISIS & carry out 'lone wolf' attacks in US
rt.com | 2020-03-20
A Pakistani doctor and former employee at a prestigious US medical research center was arrested on terrorism charges after telling FBI informants he sought to join Islamic State, hoping to launch attacks on their behalf. | The 28-year-old doctor, Muhammad Masood, was apprehended by the FBI at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and charged on one count of providing material support to a terrorist organization. | Masood