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Shows featuring Steve Fainaru

  • Steve Fainaru on "Big Boy Rules: America’s Mercenaries Fighting in Iraq" Fainarubkweb
    Top Justice Department prosecutors are reportedly reviewing a draft indictment against six Blackwater security guards who opened fire in a crowded Baghdad square more than a year ago killing seventeen Iraqi civilians. The indictments would mark the first time armed private contractors from the United States face justice. We speak to Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post correspondent Steve...
    November 19, 2008 | Story
  • An Act of Terrorism? Blackwater Sniper Shot Dead Three Iraqi Guards at Iraqi Media Center in February Logo2_1-26
    Steve Fainaru of The Washington Post discusses his new account of the February killings. After a brief investigation, the U.S. government concluded that the actions of Blackwater fell within approved rules governing the use of force, but the Iraqi police described the shootings as an "act of terrorism." [includes rush transcript]
    November 09, 2007 | Story
  • The South African Democratic Teachers Union ( SADTU )
    In Durban, South Africa outside the conference hall, the Hasan the UN does not go far enough The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) Lorgod
    August 31, 2001 | Story