‎Syria – Aleppo : Media source: 123 martyrs in Khan al Assal massacre


Jul 27, 2013

Aleppo, (SANA) – A media source said that the death toll from the massacre that armed terrorist groups committed in Khan al-Assal in Aleppo countryside reached 123 martyrs, with many others still missing.

The majority of the victims are armless civilians, the source pointed out.

Medical tests helped identify 6 of the martyrs, the source said, vowing that the perpetrators will pay a heavy price for their barbarity and affirming that ”the Syrian people and army are on high alert.”

The armed terrorist groups committed a genocide against a number of civilians and military personnel in Khan al-Assal town in the countryside of Aleppo.

Gang of the so-called Ansar al-Khilafa Brigade admitted committing the terrorist massacre in Khan al-Assal, mutilating the bodies of the martyrs and throwing them in a big hole on the outskirts of the town, in addition to incinerating a number of the martyrs’…

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“March for Dignity” Seeks Release of Marissa Alexander & Resignation of Prosecutor Angela Corey

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    2013-07-26  VIDEO

“March for Dignity” Seeks Release of Marissa Alexander & Resignation of Prosecutor Angela Corey

We go to Florida, where calls are growing for the the release of Marissa Alexander, the African-American mother of three who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing what she maintains was a warning shot at her abusive husband. Alexander was prosecuted by Angela Corey, who also oversaw the case against George Zimmerman. Alexander insisted she was defending herself when she fired a shot into a wall near her husband, and attempted to use Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law in her defense. But in March 2012 the jury convicted her after only 12 minutes of deliberation. A coalition of Southern community organizations are on a “Walk for Dignity” in Florida from Jacksonville — where Alexander was convicted — toward Sanford, where a memorial for Trayvon Martin is planned on…

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Boston College Loses Dolours Price Contract, Throwing Jean McConville Probe Into Disarray

The Broken Elbow

Boston College does not have in its possession the contract Dolours Price signed with the university that established the authenticity and ownership of the interview about her life in the IRA conducted by researchers from the college, thebrokenelbow.com can now reveal. It is not known whether the contract has been lost or was never collected from researchers in Ireland.

This disclosure follows revelations in The Irish Times this weekend that Boston College also cannot locate the contracts that identify three out of the seven IRA interviews that have been successfully subpoenaed by the PSNI and the United States’ Department of Justice in an effort to solve the forty year long IRA murder and disappearance in 1972 of Jean McConville, a Belfast widow and mother of ten whom the IRA accused of spying for the British military. These interviews are still the subject of legal argument in the United States.

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Paul Mitchell – Oxford

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July 2013

Paedophile targeted mum to groom her daughter, 15


A PAEDOPHILE started a relationship with a woman to get close to her 15-year-old daughter, a judge heard.

Paul Mitchell, of East Avenue, Oxford, was yesterday branded dangerous by a judge after he admitted breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order.

The 42-year-old was jailed for rape in June 1991 and has been repeatedly convicted of sexually assaulting teenage girls.

Tom Godfrey, prosecuting, said he indecently assaulted a girl aged 15 or under in 1987, a girl under 16 in 1999 and two 14-year-old girls in 2001.

He said in July last year he began a relationship with a woman from Liverpool he had met playing computer games on the internet.

The barrister said Mitchell found out the woman had three children, including a 15-year-old girl, and went to stay with the family on a number of occasions.

Mr Godfrey said…

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