86 Pages: Our biggest issue so far. Cover story is Eamonn McCann’s tale of the strange affair of Marian Price, a gravely-ill former IRA bomber, who has been detained by the British government. The story says much about the state’s denial of legal and human rights to its citizens. Other stories cover the suspicious and unresolved death in 1961 of UN chief Dag Hammarskjold in a plane crash, how Karl Rove and his billionaire chums are trying to fix the US election, why Julian Assange is right to avoid trial in Sweden, and much more. Contributors include Greg Palast, Edward S. Herman, Michael Parenti, John Pilger, George Monbiot and many others.
PLUS: Our second freebie this month is a 66-page e-book, The Terrorist's Brother, in which investigative reporter Jason Leopold tells the amazing tale of the FBI and the US-based brother of Al Qaeda terrorist, Abu Zubaidah.– Tony Sutton, Editor