Michael meets with victims of the contras in a Nicaraguan military hospital, 1982, shortly after filing Sanchez-Espinoza v. Reagan, challenging U.S. support for the contras.
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6/7 Fighting Reagan’s Secret, Illegal Wars – Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself – TRNN Biographical Interview Transcript
PAUL JAY, SENIOR EDITOR, TRNN: Welcome back to The Real News Network. I’m Paul Jay in Baltimore. We’re continuing our series on Reality Asserts Itself with Michael Ratner, who now joins us in the studio again. Michael’s president emeritus of…
6/7 Fighting Reagan’s Secret, Illegal Wars – Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself TRNN Biographical Interview Video
Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay that Reagan ushered in a period of murderous suppression of opposition to US hegemony in Latin and Central America.
Lumintang Notes CCR What do—role of US and its surrogates; expose/slow/stop —having your own accent; human rights groups what I have done with law Debate with Ken Elian Attica, spying, black bag jobs; grand juries; draft Viet-nam Puerto Rico—Vieques 76-80—Carter—post…
The Fog of War [Powers] – Stanford Journal of International Law – with H. Lee Halterman, Jules Lobel, Joel E. Starr and James Klimaski – PDF
2001 Commentary: The Fog of War [Powers] LEE HALTERMAN* JULES LOBEL** JOEL E. STARR*** MICHAEL RATNER**** JAMES KLIMASKI***** The U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to grant certiorari in Campbell v. Clinton1 brings to an end a chain of Cold War-era litigation…
Tyrants, Terrorists and Torturers Brought to Justice: U.S. Courts Provide Compensation for Victims – New York Law Journal – with Beth Stephens – PDF
Joelito Filártiga 1995 Tyrants, Terrorists and Torturers Brought to Justice: U.S. Courts Provide Compensation for Victims Michael Ratner, former legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), is currently a member of its board of directors. Beth Stephens is a…