JohnWWhiteheadJohn W. Whitehead Battlefield America

John W. Whitehead (Juris Doctorate, University of Arkansas School of Law) is an attorney and author who has written, debated and practised widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. In 1982 he established The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organisation headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia. As the Institute's president and spokesperson he writes a weekly commentary for which is distributed to several hundred newspapers, and hosts a national public service radio campaign. The recipient of numerous accolades for his civil liberties work, John Whitehead has authored numerous books on legal and social issues, had articles printed in prestigious US national newspapers, been the subject of magazine and TV profiles, and been interviewed countless times on US-national and international TV and Radio. His documentary video series, Grasping for the Wind, received two Silver World Medals at the New York Film and Video Festival. Whitehead has filed numerous amicus briefs before the US Supreme Court, and served as co-counsel in several landmark Supreme Court cases. His law reviews have been published in Emory Law Journal, Pepperdine Law Review, Harvard Journal on Legislation, Washington and Lee Law Review, Cumberland Law Review, Tulsa Law Journal and the Temple University Civil Rights Law Review.

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Jesus Lived in a Police State




Opening music: Chillout Me by Antony Raijekov, from his Jazz U compilation (CC BY-NC 2.5)

Ending music: Jesus Lived in a Police State by John. W. Whitehead, Copyright © 2014 The Rutherford Institute, all rights reserved, and used here with express permission.




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