Tag Archive: Che

Is the Era of U.S.-Backed Anti-Castro Terrorism Over? Reflections on Restored Ties Between Nations – Democracy Now Transcript

Hundreds of dignitaries from Cuba and the United States gathered in Washington on Monday to mark the reopening of the Cuban Embassy after being closed for more than five decades. We speak to Congressmembers Raúl Grijalva and Barbara Lee; actor…
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Civil Liberties, International War Crimes

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Is the Era of U.S.-Backed Anti-Castro Terrorism Over? Reflections on Restored Ties Between Nations – Democracy Now Video

 Hundreds of dignitaries from Cuba and the United States gathered in Washington on Monday to mark the reopening of the Cuban Embassy after being closed for more than five decades. We speak to Congressmembers Raúl Grijalva and Barbara Lee;…
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International War Crimes

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Review – Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away With Murder – The Monthly Review – by James D. Cockcroft – PDF

2012 Review by James Cockcroft Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder Ratner and Smith have done it again! Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away With Murder is their second bombshell book dealing with Che…
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Personal & Profiles

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Review – Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away With Murder – Che: Behind the CIA’s Killing of a Revolutionary – NACLA Report on the Americas – Hobart Spalding

In Who Killed Che? radical attorneys Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith lay out a forceful case indicting the U.S. government of having, in effect, killed Ernesto “Che” Guevara on October 9, 1967. They base their argument on what has…
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Personal & Profiles

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Part One “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder”: New Book Ties Johnson Admin to Guevara’s Death – Democracy Now Transcript

On Monday, the Iraqi military detained private contractors working for the U.S. after a non-lethal shooting of an eighteen year old Iraqi girl on the streets of Baghdad. The contractors worked for Almco, a Dubai-based company, and were among the…
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International War Crimes

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Part Two: “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder”: New Book Ties Johnson Admin to Che Death – Democracy Now Transcript

Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith are the co-authors of a new book about the U.S. role in the killing of Cuban revolutionary, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Born in Argentina in 1928, Che rose to international prominence as one of the…
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International War Crimes

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Part Two: “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder” by Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith: New Book Ties Johnson Admin to Che Death — Democracy Now Video

Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith are the co-authors of a new book about the U.S. role in the killing of Cuban revolutionary, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Born in Argentina in 1928, Che rose to international prominence as one of the…
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International War Crimes

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Part One: “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder” by Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith: New Book Ties Johnson Admin to Guevara’s Death — Democracy Now Video

Michael Ratner and Michael Steven Smith are the co-authors of a new book about the U.S. role in the killing of Cuban revolutionary, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Born in Argentina in 1928, Che rose to international prominence as one of the…
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International War Crimes

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Viva la Book Party! A Soiree for Che – Emily Witt – The Observer

http://observer.com/2011/11/viva-la-book-party-a-soiree-for-che/ In 1995, Michael Ratner, president of the Center for Constitutional Rights, filed a Freedom of Information Act request for documents about the C.I.A.’s involvement in the death of Che Guevara in Bolivia. Years passed — 16 of them —…
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International War Crimes, Personal & Profiles

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Who Killed Che? – Review – Guernica: A Magazine of Global Arts & Politics

https://www.guernicamag.com/ratner_smith_10_15_11/   Photo by Christian Zamora Che and the CIA in Bolivia Why did Che choose Bolivia? Landlocked, Bolivia was Latin America’s poorest, most illiterate, most rural and most Indian country. It was also the most unstable country in Latin America,…
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International War Crimes, Personal & Profiles

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