are well-researched and documented and put the journalists (who rarely answer him at all and when they do, answer wholly inadequately) he debates to shame. Because his letters are so frequent and so well done, we collect them here, as he writes them. We hope the letters, and the frequently outrageous responses from the journalists (as well as the much more frequent silences), are instructive.
Mar 11, 2004 to the Globe and Mail
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 23:10:24 EST
Subject: Associated Press on Haiti
The AP is relentless in pushing the view that Aristide became unpopular. When will you stop spreading their lies?