Dating at the witch court – Jeune Afrique

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It was a priori an impossible task: to film the invisible. Yet this is what filmmakers Corto Vaclav and Hadrien La Vapeur have been working on for several years, filming in Congo-Brazzaville. They made original documentaries there, evoking mysticism, black magic and witchcraft through a look at the practices and conflicts linked to these ubiquitous … Read more

NYC court clerk does ‘laughter yoga’ with Nazi-style march – CNET – ApparelGeek

NYC court clerk does laughter yoga with Nazi style march

An upstate court officer claims he was fired after speaking out against a ‘laughter yoga’ class led by a clerk who paraded attendees through a courtroom greeting each other in the manner nazi. Matthew Campbell, who worked at the Warren County Courthouse in Glens Falls, saw the bizarre scene on a security monitor in 2019 … Read more

Alberta Court of Appeal rules the Impact Assessment Act unconstitutional

Alberta Court of Appeal rules the Impact Assessment Act unconstitutional

Four judges argued that this law, which governs the assessment of major energy projects, did not respect the division of powers established in the Constitution. Only Judge Sheila Greckol wrote a contrary opinion. Ottawa will take the matter to the Supreme Court of Canada to clarify the case. The majority position of the Alberta Court … Read more

Margaret Atwood: ‘The Supreme Court wants to enforce 17th century laws’

In the early 1980s, I embarked on writing a science fiction novel about a future in which the United States had broken up. Part of the country was now a theocratic dictatorship based on the religious doctrine and jurisprudence of Puritan New England in the 17th century. I had set the scene in the vicinity … Read more

Abortion. Margaret Atwood: “The Supreme Court wants to enforce laws from the 17th century”

In the early 1980s, I embarked on writing a science fiction novel about a future in which the United States had broken up. Part of the country was now a theocratic dictatorship based on the religious doctrine and jurisprudence of Puritan New England in the 17and century. I had set the scene in the vicinity … Read more

In Congo-Brazzaville, witchcraft and justice at the “Ordalies, the court of the invisible”

Welcome to Congo-Brazzaville. “Witchcraft is also a source of poetry, mysticism and identity,” enthuses Corto Vaclav. The young French filmmaker shows in “Ordalies, the court of the invisible” a justice based on very mystical practices which is found at the heart of a system of reconciliation as surreal as it is effective. A cinematographic nugget … Read more

The session of magnetism turns to touching, the arrogance of the defendant challenges the court

Jean-Claude’s hands flutter above Elodie’s body [le prénom de la victime a été changé]. The young woman who suffers from psychic problems is in a session of magnetism. She feels strong caresses that start from her feet, go up the inside of her thighs to massage her chest. State of bewilderment. The touching was not … Read more