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Solidarity, a key to security, eludes Salvadoran press
By Frank Smyth, May 25, 2012, The Comittee to Protect Journalists

The original blog is posted here. By Frank Smyth/Senior Adviser for Journalist Security No other journalists are remembered quite like this. Visitors looking through the glass display at the Monsignor Romero Center & Martyrs Museum in San Salvador see the pajamas and other clothes that three Jesuit university priests were wearing when they were shot down by automatic

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El Salvador’s Cold War Martyrs
By Frank Smyth, November 11, 2009, CommonDreams.org

The curfew broke after dawn. But the massacre took place in the middle of the night. The high command of the Salvadoran armed forces, who were receiving a million dollars a day in U.S. aid, made their decision near midnight. They had been on the defensive over the past…

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