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Program Information
Radio Cognito
Ad-Hoc Committee to Stop canada's Participation in the War on Yugoslavia
Speech
Contact: ccafttor@sympatico.ca
 Radio Cognito  Contact Contributor
May 12, 1999, 8:30 a.m.
A public meeting held at the University of Toronto 05/06/99 Leading opponents of the War against Yugoslavia speak out: James Bissett, Roland Keith, Dr. Rosalie Bertell, David Jacobs, Michel Chossudovsky, Dr. Ursula Franklin, Marjaleena Repo, David Orchard
Producer: Radio Cognito
Uploaded by: Radio Cognito
Recorded at University of Toronto May 6th 1999 at Convocation Hall before a 1000+ audience.

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Speakers:

James Bissett: former canadian ambassador to Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Albania 1990-92

Roland Keith: former director of Kosovo Polje Field Office of the Kosovo Verification Mission, 99

Dr. Rosalie Bertell: leading authority on health effects of low level radiation on human health

David Jacobs: lawyer, and human rights activist

David Orchard: Chair, comments on ad-hoc committee

Michel Chossudovsky: Professor of economics, University of Ottawa, author: The Globalization of Poverty

Dr. Ursula Franklin: FRSC, Companion of the Order of canada, Professor Emeritus University of Toronto

Marjaleena Repo:  freelance writer, media critic and activist

David Orchard: author of The Fight for canada, farmer, former candidate for Progressive Conservative Party leadership, fought Free-trade since 1987

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Added October 26 2001

Walter Rockler spoke in Toronto, Canada
on Friday June 11 1999 on the bombing of Yugoslavia with the Ad-hoc committee at a press conference.

Walter Rockler is a Washington Lawyer and was present at the Nuremberg Nazi War Crimes trials after World War II - as a prosecutor of Nazi Bankers.

He speaks on the destruction of international law with the illegal war against Yugoslavia at a press conference of the Ad-Hoc committee.

Recorded in Toronto Canada June 11 1999
by Radio cognito

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