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April 9, 2017 Last week I received a package from the daughter of a woman who helped my sister Allison Krause as she was dying in the Kent State University parking lot. The package contained a greeting card, an image of Dr. Marion Stroud (Allison’s helper), a Letter to the Editor at the Akron Beacon […]

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On October 19, 2016 before the US Dept of the Interior and the National Park Service, the Kent State Massacre nomination for National Historic Landmark status was heard. Please read Mary Ann Vecchio’s comment before the nomination advisory board in Washington, D.C. offered on October 19, 2016: My name is Mary Ann Vecchio. I am […]

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October 22, 2016 by Pat LaMarche, originally published here When she thinks about the time she spent in the parking lot, Mary Ann Vecchio’s thoughts shift back and forth between watching Allison Krause last attempts to speak and the massive hole torn through the back of Jeff Miller’s head. “I was shocked by all the […]

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An article by Richard Cohen published October 14, 1979 in The Washington Post … found again in the Krause family archive 37 years later Soon I shall come to Henry Kissinger and David Frost and William Shawcross and all the rest who are arguing about what America did or did not do in Cambodia. First, […]

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By Phil Fairbanks of the Buffalo News on May 7, 2016 Forty-six years later, Laurel Krause is still asking questions, still probing into why her sister, a 19-year-old honor student at Kent State, was shot and killed by National Guardsmen. Now, she has an ally here in Buffalo. Michael Kuzma, a local lawyer, filed a […]

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May 2, 2016 Published at the Wisconsin Gazette On the 46th anniversary of the Kent State massacre, attorney Michael Kuzma will bring a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the U.S. Justice Department, demanding records related to the FBI’s role in escalating situations on the campus. In the years since the killings on the Ohio campus on May […]

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On May 4, 2016 at the 46th commemoration of the Kent State Massacre, Jennifer Schwartz stood for her cousin Allison Krause and offered this speech: Another May 4th parent has died since last we gathered to commemorate this event. Another mother has left us before the truth is clear and justice is served. My aunt, […]

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Originally published in The Vindicator, Youngstown, Ohio: Sat, October 9, 2010 @ 12:09 a.m. By Kristine Gill kgill@vindy.com Kent, Ohio Laurel Krause might learn more today about the May 4, 1970, Kent State University shootings that killed her sister Allison Krause and three other students — including Sandra Scheuer of Boardman. A newly enhanced recording […]

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________________________________________________________________________            United States’ Compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Kent State Truth Tribunal Response to Follow-Up Report 4th Periodic Report of the United States from the 110th Session of the Human Rights Committee, Geneva March 2014 ________________________________________________________________________ Read this report at the UN webpage http://bit.ly/1cxCnbY 1 May 2015 I.    […]

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April 22, 2015 On the 45th anniversary, May 4, 2015, starting at 11:24am on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus, the alumni will be creating and dedicating a new memorial for the May 4, 1970 Kent State Massacre. READ all about it

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Have a LISTEN to Kent State Truth … Occupy Radio: Laurel Krause, and the Kent State Truth Tribunal. April 11, 2015, originally published in NationofChange Forty-five years ago, four students were murdered at Kent State while protesting the Vietnam War. This week on Occupy Radio, we interview Laurel Krause, sister of Allison Krause, about the […]

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January 11, 2015 from the Mendocino coast A birthday blog for my father Arthur S. Krause on his 90th in this vintage review of I.F. Stone’s 1971 book, The Killings at Kent State, How Murder Went Unpunished Our Allison was one of ‘Four Dead in Ohio’ … shot to death by US military personnel as […]

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September 24, 2014 from Mendocino We are proud to release the May 5, 1975 Deposition of Terry Norman, a Kent State University student who was also working for the FBI as an Informant and Provocateur at the time of the shootings in the May 4, 1970 Kent State Massacre. It is alleged that Terry Norman, the […]

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Originally published at The Sparrow Report [MENDOCINO, CA] On Monday, September 15, 2014, in a crass marketing exercise — shoddily enveloped in deniability — Urban Outfitters made available on their website, a sweatshirt, with a Kent State University insignia, appearing to be tattered and blood splattered. The launch of this item cut deep with many, triggering […]

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Please READ the attached Settlement Statement by the Kent State University Students Wounded and by the Parents of the Students Killed on May 4, 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio offered and signed on January 4, 1979. StatementOfKentStateFamilies Contents of Kent State Massacre Civil Settlement Statement: A STATEMENT BY THE STUDENTS WOUNDED AND BY THE PARENTS OF THE STUDENTS KILLED […]

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9/4/14 by Rick Kern, National Veterans Review, Summer 2014 Kent State at the United Nations; National Veterans Review, Summer 2014An in-depth read on current developments as the May 4, 1970 Massacre at Kent State went before the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva, March 2014. Article located at pages 26-28.

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May 4, 2014 by Julie Segraves, Examiner.com Forty-four years ago today, on the college campus of Kent State in Ohio, four students were killed with rifle fire from the Ohio National Guard while protesting America’s expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. Ten days after Kent State, two students, James Earl Green and Phillip Lafayette Gibbs, were […]

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On March 13, 2014 the Kent State Truth Tribunal addressed the United Nations Human Rights Committee at the United States 4th Periodic Review in Geneva: My sister Allison Krause was one of four students shot to death by American military personnel in the parking lot of her university campus at Kent State, Ohio on May […]

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On May 4, 1970, members of the Ohio National Guard fired between 61 and 67 shots into a crowd of unarmed anti-war protestors at Kent State University in Ohio, killing four students and wounding nine others. My 19-year-old sister, Allison Krause, was one of four students shot to death by the Ohio National Guard in […]

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The Kent State Truth Tribunal (KSTT) was founded in 2010 upon the emergence of new forensic evidence regarding the May 4, 1970 Kent State massacre. KSTT is a non-governmental organization focused on revealing truth and bringing justice to Kent State victims and survivors. Representing Allison Beth Krause, 19-year-old student protester slain at Kent State University […]

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On February 9, 2013, the Kent State Truth Tribunal and Allison’s family began working with the United Nations in Geneva. Kent State questions and issues were submitted, and were accepted by the United Nations. Inquiries into the United States’ Report on their compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as the United States […]

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Laurel Krause speaks with David Swanson about May 4, 1970, the Kent State Massacre and her sister Allison. On March 13/14, 2014, the Kent State Truth Tribunal will be taking the Kent State Massacre to the United Nations as the U.S. has their 4th Periodic Review before the UN Human Rights Committee. READ the original […]

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Editors Note: On October 10, 2013, the US Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Committee requested a postponement due to the partial US Government shutdown. The US postponement request was for the United States 4th Periodic Review and the UN Human Rights Committee Secretariat agreed to the request, setting a new date for the US […]

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May 30, 2013 Editors Note: On October 10, 2013, the US Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Committee requested a postponement due to the partial US Government shutdown. The US postponement request was for the United States 4th Periodic Review and the UN Human Rights Committee Secretariat agreed to the request, setting a new date for […]

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PAT LaMARCHE, May 6, 2013 Editors Note: On October 10, 2013, the US Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Committee requested a postponement due to the partial US Government shutdown. The US postponement request was for the United States 4th Periodic Review and the UN Human Rights Committee Secretariat agreed to the request, setting a new […]

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Editors Note: On October 10, 2013, the US Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Committee requested a postponement due to the US Government shutdown. The US postponement request set the new date for the US 4th Periodic Review on March 13/14, 2014. News response to the US postponement ~ http://bit.ly/H4M6qD On April 3, 2013 Kent State Truth […]

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Editors Note: On October 10, 2013, the US Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Committee requested a postponement due to the partial US Government shutdown. The US postponement request was for the United States 4th Periodic Review and the UN Human Rights Committee Secretariat agreed to the request, setting a new date for the US 4th […]

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This article is from the forthcoming book Censored 2013: Dispatches from the Media Revolution and intends to expose the lies of American leadership in order to uncensor the “unhistory” of the Kent State massacre, while also aiming toward justice and healing, as censoring the past impacts American Occupy protesters today. by Laurel Krause with Mickey […]

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May 9, 2012 ~ The killing of four students on the campus of Kent State, Ohio, on May 4, 1970, during a demonstration against Nixon’s expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia received new attention on April 23, 2012. The Obama administration’s Justice Department decided not to re-open the case in spite of evidence that […]

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[Editors Note: In November 2012, the Kent State Truth Tribunal was notified the International Criminal Court at the Hague refused our submission.] May 21, 2012 Delighted to confirm acknowledgement of our Kent State letter from the ICC at the Hague from their letter dated 21 May 2012: Dear Sir, Madam The Office of the Prosecutor […]

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May 1, 2012 President Barack H. Obama The White House Washington DC 20500 Dear President Obama: Last week my mother Doris Krause urged me to write a personal letter to help you understand the May 4th Kent State Massacre from a mother’s perspective, one parent to another. Voicing my reluctance to write again, I said, […]

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4/21/12 Around noon on May 4, 1970, Allison Krause, Jeff Miller, Sandy Scheuer and Bill Schroeder were shot dead with armor-piercing bullets as they protested the Vietnam war, President Nixon’s Cambodian Invasion, the war’s draft and the military occupation of their Kent State University campus. At the time of their murders, Bill, Sandy, Jeff and […]

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4/6/12 ~ Our third posting into 30 Days for Kent State Peace, a VIRTUAL PETITION to Pres Obama & AG Holder. Our Plea: EXAMINE the New Evidence in the Kent State Tape. It is going on TWO YEARS since new Kent State evidence emerged yet we have NOT RECEIVED ONE RESPONSE from the Obama Administration. […]

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4/5/12 ~ Yesterday we began 30 Days for Kent State Peace, our VIRTUAL PETITION of the Obama Administration. OUR PLEA is for an Immediate Investigate into the New Evidence in the May 4th Kent State Massacre. In 29 days it will be the 42nd anniversary of the slaughter of Allison Krause, my sister who was […]

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4/4/12 ~ On May 4, 2012, it will be 42 years since the U.S. Federal Government took aim with live ammunition at student protesters at Kent State University, murdering four students & wounding nine by national guard gunfire.As Allison Krause’s sister (one of four student protesters murdered), our family has been shocked to discover the […]

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May 6, 2011 Dear Mr. President & General Holder, My sister Allison Krause was killed at Kent State on May 4, 1970. I co-founded the Kent State Truth Tribunal with Emily Kunstler and we opened our doors for the first of three tribunals last year right around this time. On May 1-4, 2010 we recorded, […]

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MendoCoastCurrent, May 4, 2011 On May 4, 1970 Fours Students Died and Nine Were Wounded at Kent State. Please Watch & Learn ~

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LAUREL KRAUSE, April 25, 2011 HERE WALKS my dad, Arthur Krause with Reverend John Adams and other protesters on his last trip back to Kent State. His daughter and my sister, Allison Krause, was slain at Kent State University in the student protest against the Vietnam war on May 4, 1970, a day that forever […]

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JOHN MANGELS, The Plain Dealer, December 19, 2010 In the four decades since Ohio National Guardsmen fired on students and antiwar demonstrators at Kent State University, Terry Norman has remained a central but shadowy figure in the tragedy. The 21-year-old law enforcement major and self-described “gung-ho” informant was the only civilian known to be carrying […]

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Published in the U.S. Congressional Record on December 14, 2010, Volume 156, sponsored by Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich. Laurel Krause, December 9, 2010 The government crossed the line in the killing of four young people in the killing of our Allison as she rallied against the war on May 4, 1970 A civil rights battle […]

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Laurel Krause, November 29, 2010 The government crossed the line in the killing of four young people in the killing of our Allison as she rallied against the war on May 4, 1970 A civil rights battle on U.S. soil in our times Kent State is personal for us yet important for all Representative Dennis […]

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Plain Dealer Editorial, Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 13, 2010 New forensic evidence from the infamous May 4, 1970, campus shootings at Kent State University could change history if what sounds like precipitating gunshots and a possible order to “prepare” to fire can be confirmed. The findings were reported by Plain Dealer science writer John Mangels, […]

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JOHN MANGELS, Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 4, 2010 A congressional probe into new revelations about the Kent State University shootings will be hampered — or may be curtailed — by voters’ decision Tuesday to hand Republicans control of the House of Representatives. Cleveland Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich had launched an inquiry in October into the […]

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Backs Rep Kucinich in Call to Open Inquiry MendoCoastCurrent, October 12, 2010 The Kent State Truth Tribunal this weekend heard testimony from forensic audio scientist Stuart Allen that establishes clear orders to shoot live ammunition at unarmed protesting students by the Ohio National Guard. The tape also reveals startling evidence of an altercation with distinct […]

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MendoCoastCurrent, October 5, 2010 Since the beginning of 2010, the Kent State Truth Tribunal has been focused on collecting and understanding the truth about the circumstances that surrounded the killing of four students and the wounding of nine others at Kent State University in Ohio on May 4, 1970. As new evidence emerges that supports […]

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MendoCoastCurrent, August 12, 2010 This last weekend on August 7 and 8, the Kent State Truth Tribunal (KSTT) traveled to San Francisco to record and preserve narratives from west coast-based original witnesses to and participants in the 1970 Kent State shootings. My sister Allison Krause was one of the four students killed at Kent State […]

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Editor’s Note: To learn more about the Kent State Truth Tribunal, please go to http://www.TruthTribunal.org and to support our efforts. MendoCoastCurrent, February 2010 Allison Krause was slain at Kent State University on May 4, 1970 by the Ohio National Guard. She was protesting against the VietNam war on her Ohio university campus. The shots that […]

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KEVIN FAGAN, San Francisco Chronicle, July 31, 2010 It happened a long time ago in a state on the other side of the country, but the day Ohio National Guardsmen killed four students at Kent State University during an anti-war protest is still a fresh hurt for Laurel Krause. Her sister, 19-year-old freshman Allison Krause, […]

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MendoCoastCurrent, July 27, 2010 On Aug 7-8, 2010 filmmaker Michael Moore will livecast the hearings of the Kent State Truth Tribunal, streaming in real-time the accounts of participants and witnesses to the events surrounding the 1970 Kent State shootings, that left four students dead and nine injured. This livecast is a continuation of the first […]

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MendoCoastCurrent, filmed May 1, 2010 Watch Laurel Krause in her Kent State Truth Tribunal testimonial, May 1, 2010 in this live stream video. Laurel Krause’s KSTT livestream 5/4/10 [blip.tv ?posts_id=3825457&dest=-1]

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May 22, 2010 Watch this remarkable 1970 Kent State shootings home movie sync’d with a copy of an audio recording enhanced by the Cleveland Plain Dealer in May 2010. The Plain Dealer claims this enhanced version contains the Ohio National Guard’s order to ‘prepare to fire’ at the group of unarmed students. . . do […]

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The Plain Dealer Editorial Board, May 12, 2010 Dozens of investigators, from the FBI to the Presidential Commission on Campus Unrest, reviewed the 1970 Kent State University shootings, but none could resolve the central mystery: Why did Ohio National Guardsmen pivot and pull the trigger in lockstep when they fired from the university’s Blanket Hill? […]

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Watch and learn the truth about 1970 Kent State shootings from the original witnesses and participants recorded at the 40th anniversary in Kent, Ohio. Kent State Truth Tribunal testimonials

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JOHN MANGELS, Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 8, 2010 Ohio National Guardsmen who fired on students and antiwar protesters at Kent State University on May 4, 1970 were given an order to prepare to shoot, according to a new analysis of a 40-year-old audio tape of the event. “Guard!” says a male voice on the recording, […]

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Family Members of Victims Seek Full Accounting for Events that Triggered National Outrage; Call for Healing and “Restorative Justice” Kent, Ohio – On May 4, 1970 the Ohio National Guard opened fire on unarmed students protesting America’s bombing of Cambodia during the Vietnam War. In a day that changed America, four students were killed and […]

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