Steppin Out of Babylon: Radio Interviews
Babylon is the isms and schisms not only within the system but within ourselves. Let's organize, unify and step out of Babylon.
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Brian Concannon, Jr....
... is a human rights attorney with the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux, Port au Prince, Haiti. Since 1996 Mr. Concannon has worked as a Human Rights Attorney with the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux to provide legal representation to victims of politically motivated human rights abuses suffered under the military dictatorship in Haiti from 1991 to 1994. Concannon helped push forward Haiti's first successful prosecution of former military and paramilitary leaders responsible for the Raboteau Massacre of April 1994. Mr. Concannon is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, a recipient of a Brandeis International Fellowship in Human Rights, Intervention and International Law. He writes and speaks about issues of transitional justice, human rights, and the persistence of impunity in Haiti. He recently returned from a delegation to the Central African Republic that met with President Aristide of Haiti.
In this interview he talks about his trip to see Aristide, US involvement in kidnapping and taking President Aristide out of Haiti to the Central African Republic, how the same people are again in power in Haiti hunting and killing people as they did during the '91-'94 dictatorship, how he just returned from the Domincan Republic where he learned that the opposition to Aristide forces were trained to go into Haiti with support by the US and how the major media ignores all this though the information is available.
He asks people in the US to pressure the US government to return Aristide back to the presidency to which he was elected which is totally supported by law. Go to http://www.haitiaction.net to keep in touch and see what to do.
Recorded in March 2004