FLORIDA: Jury Recommends Death Sentence in Killing of Two Kissimmee Police Officers

Photo: Everett Miller in court as jury recommends death for the killing of two police in 2017  By Ben Robinson Last Wednesday, an Osceola County jury recommended the death penalty for Everett Glenn Miller, convicted of first-degree murder on September 11 for killing two Kissimmee police officers in August 2017. On the night of the shooting, Miller approached officer Matthew Baxter as he was harassing three … Continue reading FLORIDA: Jury Recommends Death Sentence in Killing of Two Kissimmee Police Officers

HOUSTON: Plan to Gentrify East Houston Faces Early Opposition

Photo: Artist rendering of mixed-use “East River” project, part of nonprofit Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s plans to gentrify the Fifth Ward and East End. By Jennifer Kelly Over the last month, Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP), a nonprofit comprised of developers, real estate agents, and city officials, has revealed its plan to gentrify east Houston, particularly the Fifth Ward and East End. From the moment its plans … Continue reading HOUSTON: Plan to Gentrify East Houston Faces Early Opposition

PHILIPPINES: Reactionary Old State Orders Mass Raid and Arrests of Activists

Photo: Activists hold demonstration outside Philippine National Police headquarters in response to mass arrests By Felipe Vera Progressives who were targeted as alleged Communist supporters and arrested in successive raids in Bacolod City late last month and earlier this month in Manila joined with allied House of Representatives to denounce Duterte’s crackdown on progressive groups on Thursday. The reactionary old Philippine state carried out the … Continue reading PHILIPPINES: Reactionary Old State Orders Mass Raid and Arrests of Activists

CHILE: The Heroic People Set Fire to Fascist Torture Center

Photo: Smoke from fire set by protesters at Tejas Verdes School of Engineers in Chile. By Ed Dalton In the context of a general strike across Chile where more than two million people were mobilized, on November 12 the people set fire to the Tejas Verdes School of Engineers in San Antonio, the site of one of Pinochet’s former fascist torture centers. The fire set by … Continue reading CHILE: The Heroic People Set Fire to Fascist Torture Center

CHARLOTTE: International Airport Announces Plans to Displace West Boulevard

Photo: Charlotte Douglas International Airport By Miriam Cordova with contributions from Gabriel Roshan In late October, Charlotte Douglas International Airport held meetings announcing a proposal for additions which include “relocating West Boulevard.” This project, which is sponsored by the City of Charlotte, would displace and uproot families by buying and destroying homes in the area for development. The airport, which is the sixth busiest in … Continue reading CHARLOTTE: International Airport Announces Plans to Displace West Boulevard

MEXICO: Cartel-Aligned Gang Terrorizes Ciudad Juarez in Response to Prison Raid

Photo: Aftermath of an attack launched in response to a proposed prison raid in Ciudad Juarez By Nélida Tello The ongoing feud between Mexican authorities and criminal groups intensified on Tuesday in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, after inmates received intelligence about a planned raid at the Central Facility for Social Rehabilitation (Cereso) number three. Acts of terror were carried out between Tuesday afternoon and the early … Continue reading MEXICO: Cartel-Aligned Gang Terrorizes Ciudad Juarez in Response to Prison Raid

Brown Berets de Houston, No Friends to the Cops – Incendiary Corrects Mistaken Reporting

Photo: The Brown Berets de Houston, Tejatzlan By Jennifer Kelly, with contributions from David Martinez

 In the article “Houston: Chicano Moratorium March Returns Decades After Original” published on July 30, Incendiary made errors and misleading statements in its reporting regarding collaboration with the police observed at the rally. Due to a lack of investigation by the reporter at the event, it was stated that the … Continue reading Brown Berets de Houston, No Friends to the Cops – Incendiary Corrects Mistaken Reporting