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 Undeserved compassion by Asa Butcher
As I excitedly began opening my birthday presents on the morning of my tenth birthday I clearly remember BBC Breakfast News being on in the background with live pictures being broadcast from a small Scottish town called Lockerbie that had been dev
 Secure bullying by Thanos Kalamidas
Yesterday Asa wrote an article about the events he and his friends had to deal with in the Helsinki Beer Festival. I’m not going to say anything about the organizers of th
 Interview with a Finnish Conscientious Objector Made Prisoner by Alexandra Pereira
It is timely for International Conscientious Objectors' Day 2009 to republish an interview from late 2008 with a Finn imprisoned for refusing to take either option of Finnish Conscription.* * * * *  First o
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 Talk Justice by Thanos Kalamidas
I have often written articles about justice and pointed out how unjust justice can be, especially when driven, or better ridden, by other elements, like for instance in the case of the Sharia law. Actually I think that in general there is nothi
 Random Probable Cause by Leah Sellers
 Police Behavior In St Paul by The Ovi Team
To My News Media Colleagues,In the aftermath of the arrest of over 40 members of the news media in St Paul, and the general disrespect and manhandling of countless other members of the media it has become apparent that in St Paul th
 How interesting! by Leah Sellers
Three days before the democratic convention is to take place in Colorado, the violent men who willingly murdered thousands of people from all over the world on American soil at the World Trade Center are finally being tried for their crimes. What
 Murphy's Law by Valerie Sartor
With her fair skin, rosy cheeks and silky, straw colored hair Ann Murphy embodies a true Irish rose. But don’t be fooled by her delicate beauty: behind those baby blues is a sharp wit that has been honed by decades of hard intellectual work.
 The psychotic excuse by Thanos Kalamidas
I’m returning to the same subject after a very brief time from my last article but with all the news agencies full of reports I cannot avoid it and I’m referring to the unbelievable Austrian father and the two families that grew under
 Killing the death penalty by Asa Butcher
The death penalty has been a regular issue discussed among the Ovi team and there is never any harm in broaching the subject again, especially after this week's news that an innocent man spent 26 years in prison because an attorney could not b
 Brush with the Law by Clint Wayne
Following the previous pathetic banning of Punch and Judy Shows and the demise of the Golliwog, Britain has finally arrived in ‘Looney-Land-City-Centre’ with the announcement this week that Northamptonshire police are investigating a c
 Behind The Iron Doors of Hell by The Ovi Team
Browsing through the beautiful memories of her Eastern European childhood and, later, the hardship of her life during the Balkan conflicts and as a non-EU immigran
 The Saudi Witch by Thanos Kalamidas
The following story is not a joke, fiction or a rumour; it is a true story and it is not the first time the story has reached the media. There is a woman named Fawza Falih in a prison in Saudi Arabia waiting for her execution after being convicted
 Aggression in China by Valerie Sartor
“The police said it was a good thing I slept through it,” my Irish friend Daragh in Beijing reported, “Otherwise the robbers might have killed me. It’s quite common in large Chinese cities, actually.”
 Sharia and justice by Thanos Kalamidas
A few weeks ago the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams caused a series of reactions with his suggestion that the UK could adopt some aspects of the Sharia laws; the revealing part of the story was not the suggestion from the Archbishop but th
 An act of revenge by Thanos Kalamidas
Has anybody thought how the German people would have felt if in the beginning of the European Community they weren’t welcome because a group of Nazi officials had escaped to South America? How would these people have felt if they were blamed
 Protection of Human Rights at International Organizations: Fiction? by Frantisek Brychta
IntroductionIn October 2007 my article “Protection of Human Rights at International Organizations – only a Fiction?” was published in the OVI magazine. Mentioned article dealt with the difficulties connect
 Afzal and Advani by Tahir Khan
Over the last few years, a big debate has been ongoing in the Indian media concerning whether Afzal guru should be given the death sentence. The issue is that Indian intelligence have failed to bring any solid proof which shows Afzal Guru was invo
 New world disorder # 1: Global InjusticeNew world disorder # 1: Global Injustice by Joseph Gatt
For similar crimes, here’s how people don’t get different punishments:-A guy lies about his religion or ethnicity to avoid racial prejudice from other people. He gets caught and his friends think it’s so l
 Ludicrous Laws by Jack Wellman
I have heard of some strange laws and how many are still on the books or in effect. These various laws reflect a mental philosophy about the cultures and times in which they lived. These are the very reasons they were enacted. Some are obviously o
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