Colombia: Stories That Kill

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These videos may contain images depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience.

linktv
July 06, 2009

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(Latin Pulse: July 2, 2009) Plagued by violence, drug trafficking, and corruption, Colombia is one of the world’s most dangerous places to be a journalist. We look at what kind of speech is being silenced, by whom, and how. Today, independent journalists working up against the boundaries of free speech share with us their struggle to tell the stories of the country’s bloody reality, a task they feel is key to creating more peaceful Colombia. Join us as our team, supported by Mark Shapiro of the Center for Investigative Reporting, speaks with award-winning journalist Hollman Morris, who explains why the secret police monitor his activities and the president calls him a terrorist. He and others like him work to expose the reasons and effects of Colombias conflicts. They speak out despite the risk to their lives to give voice to the victims of war, the indigenous, and the opposition, working to achieve peace.

Colombia: Stories That Kill – Interview with Hollman Morris

linktv
July 14, 2009

Latin Pulse brings you the complete interview with Colombian award-winning journalist Hollman Morris in this second part of the special report “Colombia: Stories That Kill.” Morris calls on the international community for solidarity and support of freedom of speech in Colombia. The Colombian secret police have been illegally spying on Morris since 2004; he tells us why.

You can read more about the claims that journalist Hollman Morris was a Colombian secret police target at Contravia.tv, a partner organization of Latin Pulse.

Click here to watch this video in the original Spanish: http://www.linktv.org/video/4107/

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