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Shows featuring Jeremy Woodrum

  • As Aid Delivery Arrives in Cyclone-Ravaged Burma, Fears Death Toll Could Top 100,000 Burmavictimweb
    The first major international delivery of aid has finally landed in Burma amidst new fears the death toll from this week’s cyclone could top 100,000. We speak to Jeremy Woodrum, co-founder of the US Campaign for Burma. [includes rush transcript]
    May 08, 2008 | Story
  • Burma Military Junta Cracks Down on Protesters; 8 People Killed, Hundreds of Monks Rounded Up Burmamonksweb
    In Burma, military forces have killed up to eight people, including five Buddhist monks. The military used batons, tear gas and live rounds in a violent crackdown on mass protests against the military junta. Hundreds of monks have been rounded up in raids on several monasteries. The U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting in New York and called on the government to show restraint. We...
    September 27, 2007 | Story
  • Burmese Protesters Defy Military Warning to Continue Marches Against Ruling Junta 983935web
    In Burma, tens of thousands of monks and protesters are marching through the city of Rangoon today in defiance of military orders. On Monday, Burma’s military junta warned that it was ready to take action against the anti-government protests that have rapidly spread across the country. We speak with Jeremy Woodrum, co-founder of the US Campaign for Burma. [includes rush transcript]
    September 25, 2007 | Story
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE MILITARY
    The Army leadership has decided that four mid-level officers at the Aberdeen Ordnance Center and School should only receive administrative punishment for failing to prevent a widespread sex scandal, and that the two star general in charge of the base should not be held responsible for the misconduct. No one in the chain of command was found culpable of any serious charge, such as dereliction of...
    August 01, 1997 | Story
  • CAMPAIGN FINANCE ABUSE HEARINGS
    The Senate panel looking into campaign fund-raising abuses subpoenaed White House documents and voiced anger over a private detective’s plans to investigate one of its members. Newsweek magazine revealed a memo from Terry Lenzner the head of Investigative Group International who testified at the hearings yesterday. His memo said his firm would investigate Oklahoma Republican Senator Don...
    August 01, 1997 | Story