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CRIME, POWER, AND PUNISHMENT

John Remington Graham

The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Grants a Petition by Eight Distinguished Citizens Who Content That the Trial of the Boston Bomber Should not Have Been in Boston.

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.

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Gideon Polya

Ongoing Global Avoidable Mortality Holocaust and Horrendous Human Carnage from War and Hegemony

The deaths of a very large number of people is described as a “holocaust.” Indeed the first WW2 atrocity to be described as a “holocaust” (by N.G. Jog in 1944 [3]) was the Bengali Holocaust (WW2 Indian Holocaust, WW2 Bengal Famine), the WW2 atrocity in which the British with Australian complicity deliberately starved 6-7 million Indians to death in Bengal and the adjacent province of Orissa, Assam and Bihar [4-6].

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