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The US led Military Coup in Haiti

INN TV, Radio Free America, interview with Michel Chossudovsky 

INN, 4 March 2004
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For further analysis on the Haiti situation :  

Radio Interview with Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Pacifica (audio), 12 March

US Sponsored Coup d'État: The Destabilization of Haiti, Michel Chossudovsky, 29 Feb

Franco-US Plot: President Aristide forced on a plane, at gunpoint, with U.S. and French soldiers guarding: Haitians in Haiti are being slaughtered , Marguerite Laurent, Haitian Lawyers Leadership, 2 March

Media Lies and Disinformation; Jean Bertrand Aristide: Humanist Or Despot? Lynn Duff, 29 Feb

Aristide Under Lock & Key, Haiti Alert, 12 March

Les dessous du coup d’État américain en Haïti, Pierre Dubuc, 4 mars

Opposition led by Haiti's wealthy and supported by Washington, Can Arisitide Survive , Helen Scott, 27 Feb

Historical background: The CIA Haitian Connection, 25 Feb 

Haiti’s Nightmare: The Cocaine Coup & The CIA Connection, Paul DeRienzo,  25 Feb

Echoes of Venezuela 2002 Are Heard Across the Caribbean: Five Questions About Haiti and the Coup Attempt, Al Giordano,  25 Feb  

Foreign Military Intervention Looms Over Haiti , 25 Feb

Haiti: Une Opposiiton terroriste , 25 fév 

The U.S. government is engaged in a systematic campaign to vilify and overthrow Haiti’s elected government , 25 Feb

 Media vs. Reality in Haiti, Anthony Fenton, 17 Feb


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