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Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Posted on September 30, 2009 by Flashpoints

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Censored 2010

Special correspondent Tim Russo reports from the major military crackdown in the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras; we’ll also have a report from the Brazilian embassy, where President Manuel Zelaya remains surrounded by security forces; also, on Community Business, we’ll have an expose on Andrew Cuomo and his role in the subprime meltdown; and Peter Phillips briefs us on the new 2010 Project Censored Yearbook.


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Tim Russo, FSRN and Flashpoints Special Correspondent

Andres Thomas Conteris, Democracy Now! en Espanol and Nonviolence International

Peter Phillips, Project Censored

Catherine Austin Fitts, Solari Network


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3 to “Wednesday, September 30th, 2009”

  1. John Ellis says:

    Give Zelaya an army —- Get it over!

    Honduras military has only an 8,500 man army, give Zelaya the same — Get it over!

    Do the Americas want to be enslaves by Empire USA forever? — Get it over!

    Then there is the law most high above all the laws of man, “Do not use force to overcome evil. If they smash you on one cheek, turn to them the other also.”

  2. art says:

    Why does sept. 30 not download?
    Also, I second the request for Catherine Austin Fitts’ weekly interview!

    Love the show, thanks.

  3. carole says:

    no worky 8(

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