by TJ Chambers
(Lenexa, KS, USA)
May 4, 2007, A Kenyan Airline plane crashed carrying 114 people in Cameroon. Many news sites reported on this event except that they didn't give the details.
When you read the articles you may think you have the details. What was missing?
AP put out the full article with all the details the news agencies would not report on.
From the AP Article "AP reporter who covered Africa with passion dies in plane crash returning from assignment" by Chris Tomlinson:
"Anthony Mitchell was a dogged AP correspondent that had a passion for uncovering challenging stories. He was on an assignment to investigate the criminal trade in endagered species for food."
"He was 39 and just spent a week in the Central African Republic where he visited markets that sold elephant meat and chimps and gorillas to international smugglers. His stories were to be published before an international conference on the topic next month."
Maybe he crossed the international smugglers and they didn't want to get the news out. Who are these international smugglers? Is there someone else who may want him dead?
Continuing. "He made global headlines last month with his in-depth investigation into the illegal detention and transfer of terror suspects from Kenya to Somalia and eventually into Ethiopian prisons. His work forced U.S and Ehtiopian officials to acknowledge a program that
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