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Otto Warmbier Has Died, Family Blames “North Korea’s Torturous Mistreatment”

Just days after North Korea released Otto Warmbier after holding him hostage for 17 months, his family has just reported the sad news of his passing. Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor in North Korea, convicted of subversion after he tearfully confessed he had tried to steal a propaganda banner. The Read More…

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Human Experimentation Rampant in the United States

In an article in the New Republic in December, 1998, former UNSCOM leader Scott Ritter decried Iraq’s chemical and biological weapons experiments on human subjects. Wrote Ritter, We had received credible intelligence that 95 political prisoners had been transferred from the Abu Ghraib Prison to a site in western Iraq, where they had been subjected Read More…