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    Private Prisons Buy-Off Politicians; Hurricane Matthew Hits Haiti

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    Dept. of Justice releases report on SF police; Private prisons influence Nov. elections; Haiti devastated by another hurricane.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Frank Lara to talk about the Department of Justice investigation into San Francisco's Police Department, turns out the SFPD is as corrupt and biased as much as any other force in the nation.

    In a special second part host Eugene Puryear is joined by Benjamin Davis, Researcher and Policy Analyst with In the Public Interest to talk about the myriad of ways private prison companies attempt to influence politicians, from lobbying to direct cash donations. The pair also talk about the shifting nature of private prison companies and if the same companies will really be impacted by the US Dept. of Justice no longer contracting with them.

    In the third segment "By Any Means Necessary" is joined by Kim Ives, Editor of Haiti Liberte to talk about the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew on Haiti. Kim Ives also talks about the devastating role of the US military, the Clintons, and the UN on Haiti over the years.

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