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2000 An investigation of Kenya’s juvenile homes and how, through corruption, theft and negligence, they are breeding delinquents and hardened criminals by Wanjohi Kabukuru in the April and May issues of Nairobi’s The People on Sunday. ...

2000 An investigation of the US government’s friendly dealings with Nazi war criminals after WWII; how Dieter Maier, an amateur German investigator, found more information on US collaboration with Nazis than a committee appointed by Congress to extract the same data; and the CIA’s refusal thus far to turn over a single piece of paper relating to Nazi looting, war ...

2000 Cover and lead story by Anne-Marie Cusac about the use of restraint chairs in US jails and prisons which has led to torture and death. Published in the April issue of The Progressive. ...

2000 TV documentary about a secret Pentagon biological warfare testing program directed at the crews of five US Navy warships in the western Pacific and eastern Atlantic during the 1960s produced by Eric Longabardi. It appeared on the CBS Evening News May 15 and 16. ...

2000 A television investigation into the high rate of suicide among farmers for Kentucky Public Television by Joe Gray called Green Blood Red Tears. It aired in January 2000. ...

1999/2000 A series of radio documentaries examining human rights in Guatemala, Guatemala’s complicity in the kidnapping, rape and torture of American missionary Sister Dianna Ortiz, how torture victims cope, and the potential US connection to repressive military regimes in Guatemala. By Maria E. Martin for NPR’s Latino USA and Radio Bilingue. ...

1999 An investigation into the weakness of media coverage of the Ocoee Election Day “race riot” in l920, the overall journalistic responsibility issues involved in racial violence, the birth of White Supremacy, and the rebirth and decline of the Klan by Alan Lipke. Four segments in December on WMNF-FM Tampa streamed simultaneously in RealAudio at http://wmnf.org and programs broadcast on ...

1999 A television documentary called Dancing Through Death: The Monkey, Magic & Madness of Cambodia appearing on Connecticut Public Television about cultural genocide, endurance and rebirth in Cambodia following the brutality and devastation of the Khmer Rouge period by Janet Gardner. In addition it has been screened at the Asia Society, The Newseum in New York, and at Boston Asian ...