Portland-based anti-fascist Sean Kealiher was killed in 2019, months before the uprising that would bring Portland international attention. Nearly two years later, his homicide remains unsolved. His mother, Laura, believes she hasn't received justice because of police hatred for her son and his politics. Dying For A Fight, the second installment in Somethin’ Else’s Fault Line series, goes in search of answers: What happened the night Sean was killed? Why have no arrests been made? Who are the Americans living at the political extremes? And how did things escalate from Portland to the Capitol? This show is a co-production with Oregon Public Broadcasting. Listen now to new episodes of The Fault Line: Dying for a Fight every Monday wherever you get your podcasts! Season 1 of The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq, is also available to view on this platform. On September 11th 2001, as he faced incalculable losses after the terrorist attacks that day, President George W Bush made a call to hi... more
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So far I am enjoying this series. I like the presentation. However, I hoped it would be made very clear that US policy during Iran-Iraq war was to equipt Iraq with the means to make chemical weapons, & to sanction their use so as to avoid an Iran win at all costs. The means to make those weapons were supplied by US, European & other western Govts. The interview with Rumsvelt mentions that fact briefly. But stating that we ‘knew’ from the attack on Kurdish Halabja & the murder of 5000 Kurds (1988... more
Went from robust, nuanced, balanced, quality journalism in season 1 to biased, confusing, confused nonsense in season 2.
Having lived in Portland since 1985, I’ve been witness to the unfolding political drama that has happened here since then. This podcast was eye-opening in many ways mostly because it’s the news that didn’t make ’the news’ and explains why law enforcement here is questionable
The season about Sean K in portland is well done. Sergio Olmos is a great host.
The show itself is produced very well. But I can’t wrap my head around the defund the police/ we want the police to solve this rhetoric. Witnesses at the scene are saying they’ll NEVER testify. Of course the system needs a complete overhaul, but in the terms and mode of this case/podcast, very unbalanced. I hope Laura will be able to find justice for her son.
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