Tag Archives: justice

13th

Shortly after the US Presidential Election and Trump’s victory there, I watched 13th – a documentary about the US Justice system.

The film explores the history of incarceration in the US and suggests mass incarceration grew out of slavery and became a huge business profiting from the system’s inherent racism and the slave labour of prisoners.

It’s definitely an interesting watch, I’d suggest checking it out.

Appeal Court declines to rule on right-to-die cases

The courts once again let the public down on right to die, saying the matter should be decided by Parliament. Of course, with Parliament including a bunch of unelected peers who can’t even manage to drag themselves out of the 18th century over equal marriage, it’s completely ridiculous to throw this issue, clearly supported by the public, back to the unrepresentative legislature.

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