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Wednesday, November 20, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Plutonium in the Pacific
1996-11-20

An interview with Stan Goff: US Special Forces units in South and Central America

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Segment Summary:
Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzales of the New York Daily News interview Stan Goff, a retired Master Sergeant and activist. In part two of the interview, Goff discusses his experiences in Central and South America, focusing on Special Forces anti-guerilla training in Peru during the "War on Drugs"; the discovery of the bodies of murdered nuns in El Salvador; and the CIA presence in Guatemala, and their knowledge of assassinations of civilians in that country.

Segment Subjects (keywords for the segment):
Stan Goff, Special Forces, Peru, Guatemala, El Salvador, War on Drugs

Guest Names:
Stan Goff


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