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RSN: Greg Palast | Will New Jim Crow Scam Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Congressional Race?

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Greg Palast | Will New Jim Crow Scam Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Congressional Race? 
Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel. (photo: AJC) 
Greg Palast, Reader Supported News 
Palast writes: "I don't want compensation, I don't want to press charges. I want an answer to the question: Who will decide the race in the Sixth - the voters or Jim Crow?" 
Van Strikes Crowd Near Mosque in London in What Police Are Calling 'Terrorist Attack' 
Griff Witte and Karla Adam, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "A van plowed into a group of Muslim worshipers leaving prayers at a pair of north London mosques early Monday, leaving one person dead and injuring 10 others in what is being called a 'terrorist attack.' Witnesses said the driver of the vehicle was heard shouting that he wanted to kill Muslims." 
Trump's Campaign Digital Director Now Under Scrutiny 
Tom LoBianco, CNN 
LoBianco writes: "House Russia investigators are planning to call on Brad Parscale, the digital director of President Donald Trump's campaign, as the congressional and federal probes dig into any possible connections between the Trump digital operation and Russian operatives, congressional sources said this week." 
Amazon Has a Patent to Keep You From Comparison Shopping While You're in Its Stores 
Brian Fung, The Washington Post 
Fung writes: "Titled 'Physical Store Online Shopping Control,' Amazon's patent describes a system that can identify a customer's Internet traffic and sense when the smartphone user is trying to access a competitor's website." 
Thousands Take to the Streets to Protest Philando Castile Shooting Verdict 
Jessica Goldstein, ThinkProgress 
Goldstein writes: "Castile's death last July sparked massive protests in Minnesota and across the country. On Friday, Yanez's acquittal did the same." 
Life and Death in Apple's Forbidden City 
Brian Merchant, Guardian UK 
Merchant writes: "Foxconn's enormous Longhua plant is a major manufacturer of Apple products. It might be the best-known factory in the world; it might also might be among the most secretive and sealed-off. Security guards man each of the entry points. Employees can't get in without swiping an ID card; drivers entering with delivery trucks are subject to fingerprint scans." 
The Grizzled, Stubborn Lawyers Protecting the Environment From Trump 
Nick Stockton, Wired 
Stockton writes: "What the Trump administration's tactics lack in sophistication they make up in volume. His pan-deregulatory agenda has even environmental lawyers who survived George W. Bush's eight years of oil industry coziness on their heels. And that's on top of the usual threats to the environment and public health from various states, local governments, and private industries." 

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