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Shows featuring Will Olson

  • Al-Arian Enters 19th Day of Hunger Strike in Protest of "Government Harassment" Temp-image_1_7
    Jailed Palestinian Professor Sami Al-Arian has entered the nineteenth day of a hunger strike to protest what he calls continued government harassment. He was brought before a third grand jury Thursday, but did not testify. We speak with Al-Arian’s eldest daughter, Laila, and his local counsel in Virginia, Will Olson. [includes rush transcript]
    March 21, 2008 | Story