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Frank Sesno On Psyops Interns at CNN

August 02, 2000
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You never know who you are going to run into at the Republican National Convention. Roaming around the non-unionized First Union Center where the convention is taking place, Democracy Now! caught up with Frank Sesno, Vice President of CNN News. We asked him about recently exposed story that CNN was using Army Psychological Operations, or Psyops people as news interns.

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  • Frank Sesno, Vice President of CNN News

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