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: Alleged corruption in New London County, CT court. Illegal warrants, fixed trials?

 
NORWICH, CT - Friday's guest for "Eyes on America" was John Moore, a mentally handicapped Connecticut man that was denied due process of law by the Norwich, CT court system. He has been incarcerated for 2 years and also alleges serious physical abuse. His case is being handled by the same prosecutor, Dave Smith, that managed to convict a local school teacher for porn pop-ups on a classroom computer, using possible unethical tactics by allegedly providing tainted evidence to a jury, according to one of our sources. ALRNet has been investigating the Moore case for several months and has discovered embedded corruption. We want this prosecutor legally investigated by the State Bar Association. The live interview is available below. We apologize for the technical issues encountered during the show. Show is in MP3 format.
 
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Julie Amero, convicted teacher, local junior high school escapes liability.
 
NORWICH, CT - We have been following the Julie Amero case, the story that shocked the world. It is about a Norwich, CT school teacher that was surprisingly convicted on 4 counts of impairing the morals of a child, for porn pop-ups on a classroom computer. Julie is facing up to 40 years in prison at her sentencing on March 2, 2007. We believe she is innocent and the fault is actually on the Norwich School District for not renewing their software license that would've prevented the pop-ups from coming up in the first place. Prosecuting the teacher will not reslove the matter since the school system has done nothing, to our knowledge, to rectify the situation, possibly leaving children still exposed to pornographic pop-ups and web sites. Julie will be filing an appeal and needs your help. A defense fund has been set up that explains this sad injustice.
 
 
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Fire extinguisher called for in Tennessee lethal injections procedure.
 
NASHVILLE, TN - Before a lethal injection, the 100-page "Manual of Execution" instructs prison officials to begin by shaving the condemned prisoner's head -- as if preparing him for electrocution. They would also need a fire extinguisher nearby, it says. Gov. Phil Bredesen suspended four executions last . . .
 
 
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House debate to focus on Bush Iraq plan (AP)

A soldier from C. Co., 1st Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment of the 2nd Infantry Division is seen after applying a sticker to a wall in eastern Baghdad, Iraq following a search operation Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007. U.S. troops in the midst of a security crackdown are plastering parts of the Iraqi capital with the stickers that urge Iraqis to help them get to the root of the city's violence.   (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)AP - More than four years after Congress gave President Bush wide latitude to wage war in Iraq, House Democrats are trying to take it back.






N. Korea agrees to nuclear disarmament (AP)

Japanese chief negotiator Kenichiro Sasae, center, speaks to journalists at his hotel before heading out for talks on North Korea's nuclear program, in Beijing Monday Feb. 12, 2007. Envoys from the U.S., Japan and South Korea said that any breakthrough in talks over North Korea's nuclear program depended on the response Monday from Pyongyang. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - North Korea agreed Tuesday to shut down its main nuclear reactor within 60 days at talks with the U.S. and four regional powers and eventually dismantle its atomic weapons program.






Suicide bombing kills 15 in Baghdad (AP)

An Iraqi weeps as he stands amidst the rubble at the site where a car bomb exploded in central Baghdad.  Devastating bomb attacks ripped through two popular central Baghdad markets, killing at least 79 people in a lethal response to the Iraqi government's latest security plan.(AFP/Ahmad al-Rubaye)AP - A suicide bomber blew up the truck he was driving near a college in a mainly Shiite area on Tuesday, killing at least 15 people and wounding 27, police and hospital officials said.






N.Korea agrees to nuclear disarmament steps (Reuters)
Reuters - North Korea will shut the Yongbyon reactor complex at the heart of its nuclear program and allow international inspectors onto the site as part of an initial disarmament plan sealed in Beijing on Tuesday.



Japan rallies whaling nations despite protests (AFP)

Fishermen slaughter a 10m-long bottlenose whale at the Wada port in Minami-bousou city in Chiba prefecture, east of Tokyo. Japan has opened an international whaling meeting, despite a boycott by most Western countries, in a bid to rally support for its bid to resume a full-fledged commercial hunt.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japan has held talks with dozens of countries to plot the future of the global whaling body, but most Western states boycotted the meeting as a charade aimed at resuming commercial hunting.






Bus explosions kills 12 in Lebanon (AP)
AP - Explosions tore through two buses traveling on a highway Tuesday near a mountain town northeast of Beirut, and at least 12 people were killed and 10 wounded, the country's state-run news agency said.



Lebanon bus blasts kill 11, wound 20 (Reuters)
Reuters - Eleven people were killed and about 20 wounded in two bomb blasts that wrecked minibuses near the Christian mountain town of Bikfaya north of Beirut on Tuesday, security sources said.



Suicide truck bomber kills 18 near Baghdad college (Reuters)

Residents look at a destroyed house after a bomb attack in Falluja, 50km (30 miles) west of Baghdad February 12, 2007. A policeman who lived in the house was kidnapped by insurgents before they set off the bomb, family members said.  Picture taken February 12, 2007.    REUTERS/Mohanned Faisal (IRAQ)Reuters - A suicide truck bomber blew up near a Baghdad college on Tuesday, killing 18 people and wounding 40, police said.






Gunman kills 5 in Utah shopping mall (AP)

People who were inside the Trolley Square Mall when a gunman opened fire gather outside the mall in Salt Lake City, Monday, Feb. 12, 2007. (AP Photo/Steve C. Wilson)AP - A man with a shotgun fired randomly in a historic shopping mall Monday night, killing five people and injuring several others before he was killed, police said.






Gunman kills five in Utah shopping mall (Reuters)

A gunman killed five people in a Salt Lake City shopping mall on Monday evening, before he was fatally shot, police said. (Graphic/Reuters)Reuters - A gunman killed five people in a Salt Lake City shopping mall on Monday evening, before he was fatally shot, police said.






 
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