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Tuesday, June 18, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Getting the Congress on the Internet
1996-06-18

The INS releases the leader of Haiti’s Death Squad.

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This weekend President Clinton released one of Haiti’s most feared leaders of Haiti’s death squad, Emanuel Constant. This happened two years after President Clinton used the  
brutality of Haitian government forces as a reason to attack Haiti. Possible reasons behind this decision are discussed, including the connection of Constant and CIA.

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- Michael Ratner, the Center for Contitutional Rights, Attorney in New York City. - Jean Jean Pierre, a Haitian journalist reporting for The Village Voice.

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