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The BFM Wire talks to Seymour Hersh

95bFM Press Release - The Wire talks to Seymour Hersh

On the Wednesday Wire (02/07/2008) Paul Deady talks to Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist and author Seymour Hersh.

In 1969 Hersh blew the lid on the My Lai Massacre cover up during the Vietnam war and more recently he's reported on the atrocities committed by American troops on Iraqi prisoners at the infamous Abu Ghraib .

On Wednesday Paul will be talking to Hersh about his latest article for the New Yorker detailing Washington's moves to escalate its covert war against Iran.

Spread those belief curtains and prepare to learn.

The Wire, Monday to Thursday, 12 to 2pm, 95bFM


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