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DN!: Green Party Nominee Arrested at Anti-Foreclosure Rally

Since I complained loudly here that Democracy Now! did not give equal time to non-corporate candidates by citing as one example the failure to cover the story below from last week, I figure I should should echo it when DN! did cover it.

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The White House ticket for the Green Party continues to add direct actions to its campaign itinerary. Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and her running mate Cheri Honkala were arrested in Philadelphia last week at an anti-foreclosure rally targeting the government-backed lender Fannie Mae. Stein, Honkala and four others spent the night in jail before being released. They have been charged with trespassing and will appear in court next month.  [emphasis added]

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3 Responses

  1. […]  Last week, Jill Stein was arrested as she took part in an anti-foreclosure rally.  Ian Wilder (On The Wilder Side) notes that Democracy Now! finally covered the arrest today. Jill Stein is on one ticket that believes in […]

  2. […]  Last week, Jill Stein was arrested as she took part in an anti-foreclosure rally.  Ian Wilder (On The Wilder Side) notes that Democracy Now! finally covered the arrest today. Jill Stein is on one ticket that believes […]

  3. […] This was especially prompted by the failure of DN! to cover the arrest of the Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein leading an anti-foreclosure protest.  The post did not seem to catch anyone’s attention.  It only attracted a negative comment from Denis Moynihan,  the former DN! outreach director.  The day after that DN! finally reported on Green Party Nominee Arrested at Anti-Foreclosure Rally. […]

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