Tuesday, March 1, 2005

  • Pro Syrian Lebanese Government Resigns Amid Mass Street Protests

    Lebrally

    In an unexpected move, the Prime Minister of Lebanon announced his resignation in front of the country’s parliament Monday, effectively terminating the rule of the current Syrian-backed government, as tens of thousands of protesters demonstrated outside. We go to Beirut to get a report. [includes rush transcript]

  • Haitian Police Open Fire on Thousands of Marchers Calling for Return of Aristide

    Haitikilled

    In Haiti, police opened fire on thousands of demonstrators who marched through the Bel-Air neighborhood of Port-au-Prince Monday to mark the anniversary of the coup that ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and call for his return. We go to Haiti to speak with attorney Bill Quigley who attended the march. [includes rush transcript]

  • Brooklyn’s Abu Ghraib: Detainees in Post 9/11 Sweep Allege Abuse in New York Detention Center

    Mdc-brooklyn

    Some of the Middle Eastern immigrants arrested in the days after 9/11 have alleged abuse at the hands of guards at a detention center in New York City. In a class action lawsuit, they detail these allegations, including humiliation, sleep deprivation, physical and sexual abuse. We speak with the New York Daily News reporter who reported on the story, the attorney in the suit and we go to Egypt to speak with one of the plaintiffs. [includes rush transcript]

  • Custer Battles: Why Won’t the Justice Dept. Intervene to Reclaim Millions From Military Contractor in Iraq?

    Custerbattles

    Two company whistleblowers are charging in a lawsuit that military contractor Custer Battles defrauded the Coalition Provisional Authority of tens of millions of dollars during work in Iraq. The Justice Department has declined to intervene in the suit. We speak with the Alan Grayson, the attorney in the case and investigative journalist, Pratap Chatterjee. [includes rush transcript]

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