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Top 25 Censored News 2011: #7 U.S. Army and Psychology’s Largest Experiment–Ever

In the January 2011 issue of American Psychologist, the American Psychology Association (APA) dedicated 13 articles, detailing and celebrating a 117 million dollar collaboration with the US Army, called Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF).  It’s being marketed as a resilience training

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Posted in Censorship, Media Censorship

Spiegel TV: “Kill Team” Documentary

Source: LeakSource / No More Censorship For months, the US Army kept the images compiled by the so-called “kill team” under lock and key out of fear it could result in a scandal even greater than Abu Ghraib. SPIEGEL TV

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U.S. Military Charges WikiLeaks Whistleblower Bradley Manning with ‘Aiding the Enemy’

Source: AlterNet The US military on Wednesday unveiled new charges against the soldier suspected of passing a trove of secret government documents to WikiLeaks, accusing him of “aiding the enemy.” US Army authorities announced 22 additional charges against Private Bradley

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Posted in Human Rights

Jan 8, 1877: Crazy Horse Fights Last Battle

On this day in 1877, Crazy Horse and his warriors–outnumbered, low on ammunition and forced to use outdated weapons to defend themselves–fight their final losing battle against the U.S. Cavalry in Montana. Six months earlier, in the Battle of Little

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Dec 29, 1890: U.S. Army Massacres Indians at Wounded Knee

On this day in 1890, in the final chapter of America’s long Indian wars, the U.S. Cavalry kills 146 Sioux at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. Throughout 1890, the U.S. government worried about the increasing

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Dec 20, 1957: Elvis Presley is Drafted

On this day in 1957, while spending the Christmas holidays at Graceland, his newly purchased Tennessee mansion, rock-and-roll star Elvis Presley receives his draft notice for the United States Army. With a suggestive style–one writer called him “Elvis the Pelvis”–a

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