Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Censored News Top Stories June 2011

Lockdown protecting sacred San Francisco Peaks.
.By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

During the month of June 2011, Censored News welcomed thousands of new readers. Along with the US, Canada, Germany and the UK, the largest number of readers were in Russia, France, Iran, Australia, South Korea and the Ukraine.

The most accessed articles were of the protest of the Snowbowl on sacred San Francisco Peaks and the photos of the lockdown and arrests. The next most accessed story was the exposure of the US Marines hired as contract killers on the Arizona border, hunting migrants with assault weapons. Next, was the hate crime against a Reno, Sparks Indian and his family in Fernley, Nevada.

As June comes to a close, Censored News sends congratulations to the Renegade Walkers of the Long Walk 3 for the Reversal of Diabetes, who just arrived in DC from Oregon. Thank you for walking against the odds and sending cellphone photos to Censored News of this walk carried out in prayer and fortitude.

Thank you to all of our contributors and all our readers who persevere in the struggle for autonomy and justice.

LOCKED DOWN: Protest halts Snowbowl destruction on San Francisco Peaks

Hacked data reveals US Marines as contract killers, hunting migrants on the border
Photos San Francisco Peaks lockdown and arrest

Reno Sparks Indian beaten in Nevada hate crime

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