The myriad bullet holes embedded in the facade of Radio Haiti since the military staged the bloodiest coup d'etat in Haiti's history in 1991 stand as a reminder of the precariousness of practicing independent journalism there. Memories of the expulsion and torture of scores of journalists and human rights activists and the total destruction of Radio Haiti by the regime of Jean-Claude (Baby Doc) Duvalier in the wake of the 1980 U.S. presidential election are indelibly etched in the... More >>>