Karl Marx, Infidelity And Sexism: The True Story
The members of Vomit Cabaret join us this week to read the play The True Story of Karl Marx by Bernadette Le Goullon.
One thing striking in this play is how Jenny Marx did a lot of work on Das Kapital but received little credit.
In among the play is new songs from Anti-Flag, The Songs of Tom Smith, and Mau Power.
Police brutality and misconduct is reported in Bad Cop No Donut.
2Pac feat. Nas Thug Mansion
Anti-Flag The Disease
Nam Shub and the High Freqs I Wanna Be Free
The Songs of Tom Smith Camp it Up Cowboy
Mau Power Warriors Dance
Bad Cop No Donut
In 2012 Jason Arbeeny, a fourteen-year veteran of the NYPD, was convicted of planting crack on a innocent couple, but avoided jail.
“I can’t look at myself in the mirror anymore,” said a crying Arbeeny, the Daily News reports. “My oath went down the window, my pride went out the window.”
Before announcing the verdict, Justice Reichbach scolded the department for what he described as a widespread culture of corruption endemic in its drug units.
A police officer in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley, east of Melbourne, has been convicted of punching a prisoner in the head multiple times in an attack that was caught on camera.
- Senior Constable Dallas Howell was found guilty of assault in March, 2019 but appealed against the conviction
- Security footage from inside the cell shows Howell assaulting prisoner Daniel Hornsby
- Howell’s lawyer said the conviction meant it was unlikely Howell would be able to return to the police force
In Phoenix, Arizona, the family of a 19-year-old black teen who was shot by police with a rubber bullet in the chest and tackled to the ground is demanding the officers be immediately fired.
Dion Humphrey has a developmental disability and is a sickle cell patient. He was attacked by police on January 10 when the officers allegedly confused him for his older half-brother who had an arrest warrant.
The officers shot him with a rubber bullet, tackled him, stepped on Humphrey’s back, denied him medical attention, and interrogated him for seven hours.