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Weekly Program
Marcie Ley, Human Rights Observer in Colombia
 Tarik M. Abdelazim  Contact Contributor
April 19, 2005, 9:47 a.m.
Discussion with Marcie Ley, ex-resident of San Jose de Apartado, a peace community in northern Colombia. (See notes below)
WHRW, 90.5 FM, Binghamton University.
Engineer: Jack Walker
Ley lived in San Jose de Apratado for seven months of last year as a human rights observer for the Fellowhsip of Reconciliation. Having just visited the community again in March, she talks about the February 21 massacre of community leader and residents, apparently by the army, and of the devastating effects of Plan Colombia on the prospects of peace.

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