Bangor Daily News: Social media ‘witnesses’ to crime raise unusual questions for legal system

Bangor Daily News: Social media ‘witnesses’ to crime raise unusual questions for legal system. “The case against a white police officer who pummeled a black motorist after a traffic stop in this Cleveland suburb – a confrontation caught on cellphone video that went viral on social media – has gained new life because of a citizens’ petition with a distinctly 21st century argument.”

New Online Witnesses Video Archive: “Memories of the Occupation in Greece” (Freie Universität Berlin)

Freie Universität Berlin: New Online Witnesses Video Archive: “Memories of the Occupation in Greece”. “A new digital archive with memories of eyewitnesses of the occupation of Greece by National Socialist Germany from1941 to 1944 will be presented on Monday, April 23, 2018, at 3 p.m…. The archive contains 90 biographical video interviews referring to the time of the occupation from 1941 to 1944 as well as the living conditions during the years leading up to the occupation and the diverse effects of the occupation on people’s daily lives. In addition, the archive contains transcripts, photos, documents, and other accompanying material.”

New Digital Archive of Pearl Harbor Eyewitness Accounts Now Available

A new digital archive of Pearl Harbor eyewitness accounts is now available. “Gripping, and at times chilling, eyewitness accounts by U.S. military personnel and family members in Pearl Harbor at the time of Japan’s 1941 attack can now be accessed online. The site, Pearl Harbor Archive … also carries photos of U.S. warships ablaze and sinking.”