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Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Posted on January 21, 2010 by Flashpoints

US military personnel monitor traffic at Port-au-Prince airport (Courtesy of AFP)

US military personnel "monitor traffic" at Port-au-Prince airport (Courtesy of AFP)

A survivor and eyewitness to the Haiti earthquake talks about his experiences and reports on the response by the Haitian diaspora in New York; also, noted international scholar and law professor Francis Boyle files a complaint in the International Criminal Court against high officials of the Bush administration, including Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld, for their criminal policy of extraordinary rendition; plus, anti-torture protesters arrested in Washington DC, protesting Obama’s failure to shut down Guantanamo; and news headlines from Project Censored.


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Yvon Kernizan, Haitian activist and organizer with the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund

Dr. Francis Boyle, professor of International Law at University of Illinois

Matt Deloisio, Witness Against Torture

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