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2004





Remembering a Friend Lost to Saddam’s Terror
by Frank Smyth

International Herald Tribune
June 3, 2003



Dear Mr. Prime Minister:

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is alarmed by the Grenadian government's recent attempts to intimidate the local media, including legal actions against the press for reporting alleged wrongdoing by you.

On March 30, the Miami-based Internet newsletter OffshoreAlert published a report alleging that you had accepted $500,000 for appointing a U.S. national to a diplomatic position. You denied the report, saying you had done nothing improper.

Iraqi journalists frequently face hazardous conditions on the job.
By Joel Campagna and Hani Sabra

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