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Workers (ACM) Tuesday condemned the beating of a number of journalists in Haiti

Tuesday, October 04, 2005 PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) Tuesday condemned the beating of a number of journalists in Haiti, including the President of the Association of Haitian Journalists, Guyler Delva. “Whatever the interpretation of events as they happened, there is nothing to justify this act, ” ACM President Wesley Gibbings said in a brief statement. Gibbings, who is returning to the Caribbean from attending an international media conference in Jordan, said that he was still awaiting a statement on Delva’s condition, but expressed concerns over the situation in Haiti. A story posted on the ACM web list said that an American bodyguard of President Boniface Alexandre beat Delva on Monday at the Surpeme Court building. The bodyguards were reported to have been arranged by the U.S. State Department and were members […]

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