Publisher Honorably Discharged Vietnam-Era Volunteer/Vet,
5th Army USAREUR, MOS 05C40 Mobile Radioteletypewriter Operator w/Morse Code, Communications Center Specialist,
Secret, ENTNAC & Crypto Clearances

Yo estoy loco,
pero no soy tonto.

I may be crazy,
but I’m not stupid.

Commenting Is On Upon Sign In


Social Security Adds $0 To USA Deficit

Which Has A Crisis?!
in Trillions of Dollars

Social Security
Trust Fund FACTS


 

Killing People Is Expensive


Costs of USA’s
War Against Iraq
Just Foreign Policy Iraqi Death Estimator

Casualty Count
Afghanistan Coalition Forces

in Billions of Dollars

Save

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said,

“We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all citizens, whatever their background. We must remember that any oppression, any injustice, any hatred is a wedge disguised to attack our civilization.”

Nested Topics

Russia Is Trying To Deport This Gay Reporter To Uzbekistan. Activists Say It'll Be A Death Sentence.

Source: Russia Is Trying To Deport This Gay Reporter To Uzbekistan. Activists Say It’ll Be A Death Sentence.

 

Russia is attempting to deport Ali Feruz, a reporter based in Moscow, to Uzbekistan, over the protests of activists, courts, and Feruz himself.

Feruz, who is also known as Khodoberdi Nurmatov, fled Uzbekistan in 2009 after he was tortured for two days when he refused to cooperate with the country's notorious security services. He came back to Russia — the country where he was born — in 2011. Once there, Feruz began reporting for the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta, covering refugees and women's issues, as well as establishing himself as a well-known campaigner. But in 2012 Feruz had his passport stolen, leaving him without documentation after he was unable to go to the Uzbekistan embassy as he had fled the country just a year earlier. On Aug. 1, Feruz was picked up by police as he was en route to work. Later that day, a Moscow judge, ignoring Feruz's current asylum applications, ordered that the 30-year-old be deported back to Uzbekistan, saying he had been living in the country illegally.

College Republicans 'make a point' with Milo's mouth, a shooting, and $75,000 in cops' overtime

Source: Milo Yiannopoulos at University of Washington: A speech, a shooting, and $75,000 in cops’ overtime