The murder of charlene Downes cold case Case has been re opened £100,000 reward announced on BBC. Blackpool.

Every person deserves end of life dignity. Time to say goodbye to their friends, family and those they take care of, in a peaceful way of departure. Charlene Downes did not have this privelidge and the path of devastation for the unfortunate life she left behind is beyond any type of comprehension.

There is evil on this earth. Bring her soul justice. In the name of truth and faith in goodness of conscience. There is no glory in natural life depravation, abuse, hate and revenge. She was so loved, despite her complexed path and extreme hardship. People are still fighting to give her disappearance some kind of closure. How can any person walk on this planet knowing what really happened to her. We live in a world like this?

Every life deserves a memorial with dignity and respect. A time to be born and a date to die in remembrance of celebration for Mother Nature. The cold blooded act of murder is the greatest sin of all. Do not be a bystander. Come forward. There is no such thing as an inferior being. We are all equal. We are all serving a purpose. Life is Precious.

Tiffany Belle Harper.

The Belmarsh Tribunal D.C. — The Case of Julian Assange

On January 20, 2023, Democracy Now! livestreamed the Belmarsh Tribunal from Washington, D.C. The event featured expert testimony from journalists, whistleblowers, lawyers, publishers and parliamentarians on assaults to press freedom and the First Amendment of the U.S.

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Constitution Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman and Srecko Horvat, the co-founder of DiEM25, will chair the tribunal, which is being organized by Progressive International and the Wau Holland Foundation. Members of the tribunal include: Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers whistleblower Noam Chomsky, linguist and activist Jeremy Corbyn, member of U.K. Parliament and founder of the Peace and Justice Project Chip Gibbons, policy director of Defending Rights & Dissent Kevin Gosztola, managing editor of Shadowproof. Margaret Kunstler, civil rights attorney. Stefania Maurizi, investigative journalist, Il Fatto Quotidiano Jesselyn Radack, national security and human rights attorney, Ben Wizner, lead attorney at ACLU of Edward Snowden Renata Ávila, human rights lawyer, technology and society expert Jeffrey Sterling, lawyer and former CIA employee. Steven Donziger, human rights attorney, Kristinn Hrafnsson, editor-in-chief, WikiLeaks Katrina vanden Heuvel, editorial director and publisher, The Nation Selay Ghaffar, spokesperson, Solidarity Party of Afghanistan Betty Medsger, investigative reporter Suchitra Vijayan, writer, photrapher & activist.

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