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The May 4th Kent State Shootings 42 Years Later:  Justice Still Not Served. We hear from Congressman Dennis Kucinich commenting about the DOJ's recent denial in reopening the case even after new evidence has been revealed citing several shots fired (possibly by an FBI informant Terry Norman) before the National Guard opened fire on students and others assembled at KSU; Dr. Elaine Wellin, an eyewitness to the events, speaks out for the first time about what she saw that day and discusses agent provocateurs; we’ll hear testimony from investigator and forensic expert Stuart Allen about his analysis of the audio tapes from May 4th that reveal orders to fire after several earlier audible shots that the government has denied to this day; and we hear from Kent State Truth Tribunal activist Laurel Krause, the sister of slain student Allison, about her efforts to get justice for the victims of Kent State and her recent letter to President Obama.

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Project Censored - 05/11/12

Today's show: We begin with a brief segment on the housing crisis and recent controversy over the awarding of an honorary doctorate to the former head of Citigroup at Sonoma State University-- we speak with Sarah Van Gilder, of Yes Magazine, about their upcoming issue focusing on housing; and we cover the Day of Shame at Sonoma State University, Melanie Sanders graduating senior and Janet Hess, SSU Faculty in the Hutchins School will tell us why they oppose giving an honorary doctorate to former Citi Group Billionaire Sandy Weill.

We then turn our focus for the bulk of the program to an Update on 9/11 research and activism.  Richard Gage, AIA, founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth will be talking about the final version of their film, Explosive Evidence: The Experts Speak Out.  Dr. Paul Rea will deconstruct the so-called War on Terror and discuss his recent book Mounting Evidence: Why We Need A New Investigation into 9/11; and we’ll hear from longtime peace activist Carol Brouillet throughout the hour talking about her decade of seeking justice and truth surrounding the events of September the 11th.

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The May 4th Kent State Shootings 42 Years Later:  Justice Still Not Served. We hear from Congressman Dennis Kucinich commenting about the DOJ's recent denial in reopening the case even after new evidence has been revealed citing several shots fired (possibly by an FBI informant Terry Norman) before the National Guard opened fire on students and others assembled at KSU; Dr. Elaine Wellin, an eyewitness to the events, speaks out for the first time about what she saw that day and discusses agent provocateurs; we’ll hear testimony from investigator and forensic expert Stuart Allen about his analysis of the audio tapes from May 4th that reveal orders to fire after several earlier audible shots that the government has denied to this day; and we hear from Kent State Truth Tribunal activist Laurel Krause, the sister of slain student Allison, about her efforts to get justice for the victims of Kent State and her recent letter to President Obama.

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