Speaking from his home in Canada, John Remington Graham details new, exciting developments in the Boston Bomber case: The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has granted a petition by eight distinguished citizens, including a retired judge of Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, who content that the trial should not have been in Boston. Graham also talks about how historical responsibility can benefit healthy societies, his experience and studies into corrupt judicial decisions, and at the end of the show he talks about life after death and near-death-experiences.   
Kevin Barrett, Ph.D., interview with Søren Korsgaard about “the American criminal justice system, which systematically uses torture and slavery in pursuit of maximum profit for billionaires.”

In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, John Remmington Graham talks about his work with AE911Truth petitioning Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance’s office for a grand jury investigation of 9/11, and the response that AE911Truth received from Vance’s office claiming that 9/11 somehow falls out its jurisdiction. Also discussed in this interview is the concept of “blind justice” and whether or not that ideal applies in the real world.

John Remmingtonn Graham details how he has filed a brief on behalf of Maret Tsarnaeva, aunt of the alleged Boston bomber, pointing out that the FBI’s own evidence conclusively establishes Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s innocence.