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    Standing Rock Protestors Sue Police; Brutal Conditions in UK Prisons

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    Water Protectors at Standing Rock file class-action lawsuit against police; Brutal UK Prison conditions are explored.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Angela Bibens, Ground Coordinator for the Water Protector Legal Collective. Angela, a Santee Dakota by heritage and has been at the camp since August talks with host Eugene Puryear about the class-action lawsuit against Morton County North Dakota Police and highlights the brutal nature in which nonviolent protestors have been treated as less than human at Standing Rock.

    In a special second part host Eugene Puryear is joined by Aurelia Williams, student at Georgia State and a political and social activist in Atlanta and Anoa Changa, attorney and host of the “The Way with Anoa” talk about the growing number of people from across the country heading to Standing Rock, and chide the media for the lack of "real news" coverage over the past months.

    And finally host Eugene Puryear is joined by Nicki Jameson is the editor of Prisoners Fightback in the newspaper Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! in the UK to talk about brutal prison conditions in the UK and efforts to ban the usage of solitary confinement in the country.

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