Tag Archive: Michael Maggio

Haase v. Webster – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1987-1988

Returning from  Nicaragua  in January 1985, Edward Haase, a Kansas City-based journalist, was stopped by United States Customs and FBI officials. He was detained for five hours as agents seized, read, and photocopied his address book, notes, diary, and other…
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Civil Liberties

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In the Matter of Fuentes – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket 1988-1989

Rosa Maribel Fuentes, a Salvadoran woman, living in Washington, D.C., works for the Na­tional Federation of Salvadoran Workers. CCR is assisting her in seeking political asylum, for she is certain that if she is deported to El Salvador she will…
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International War Crimes

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In the Matter of David Truong – Criminal Justice -CCR Docket 1986-1987

David Truong, a Vietnamese national, was convicted of espionage in 1978 and sen­tenced to a 15-year prison sentence. Prior to the conviction Truong was active in seek­ing an end to the war in Vietnam and worked for normalization of relations…
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International War Crimes

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In the Matter of Randall – Randall v. Meese – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1986-1987

In In the Matter of Randall, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) is seeking to apply the McCarran-Walter Act’s ideological exclusion provision to force Margaret Randall, a prominent poet and essayist who was born in the United States, to leave…
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Civil Liberties

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In the Matter of Williams – International Law – CCR Docket 1986-1987

In October 1984 Dessima Williams, former Ambassador from Grenada to the Organi­zation of American States, and a leading critic of United States Caribbean policy, was forcibly seized in Washington, D.C. by immigration officials. The arrest  took place on the anniversary…
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International War Crimes

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In the Matter of Randall – International Law – CCR Docket 1985-1986

Margaret Randall is the author of 40 books, most of which deal with women’s and Third World liberation. She is also an accomplished poet and photographer. Although born in the United States, Randall married a Mexican citizen in the early…
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Civil Liberties, International War Crimes

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In the Matter of Williams – International Law – CCR Docket 1985-1985

Dessima Williams, former Ambassador from Grenada to the Organization of American States (OAS) and a leading critic of United States Caribbean policy, was forcibly seized by immigration officials in October 1984 . She had just spoken at a Howard University…
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Civil Liberties, International War Crimes

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In the Matter of David Truong – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1988-1989

David Truong, a Vietnamese national, was convicted of espionage in 1978 and sentenced to a 15-year prison sentence. Prior to the convic­tion Truong was active in seeking an end to the war in Vietnam and worked for normalization of relations  between  the  United…
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Civil Liberties, International War Crimes

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