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Raymond Bonner

is an American investigative reporter for The New York Times. He has also contributed to The New York Review of Books

Bonner is perhaps best known as one of two journalists (the other was Alma Guillermoprieto of The Washington Post) who broke the story of the El Mozote massacre, in which some 900 villagers at El Mozote, El Salvador, were slaughtered by the Salvadoran army in December, 1981. A Times staff reporter at the time, Bonner was smuggled by FMLN rebels to visit the site approximately a month after the massacre took place. When the story broke simultaneously in the Post and Times on January 27, 1982, it was dismissed as propaganda by the Reagan administration, as it seriously undermined efforts by the US government to bolster the human rights image of the Salvadoran government, which the US was supporting with large amounts of military aid. The Times was strongly criticized by the US government for running the story, and the newspaper was pressured to pull Bonner moved from the Central American desk. He left the Times shortly thereafter but still contributes to the paper as a freelance correspondent.

In 1992, the details of the massacre as first reported by Bonner and Guillermoprieto were verified, with widespread repercussions.

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I remembered her on reading the Raymond Bonner book "Waltzing With A Dictator," an American journalist's account of the Marcos dictatorship as seen through the eyes of American government officials who dealt with the regime.
As Raymond Bonner reported for the Atlantic, after the 9/11 attacks "journalists were swept up in the national feelings of fear and outrage - and failed to do their job.

As Raymond Bonner reported for the Atlantic, after the 9/11 attacks "journalists were swept up in the national feelings of fear and outrage - and failed to do their job.
As Raymond Bonner reported for The Atlantic, after the 9/11 attacks "journalists were swept up in the national feelings of fear and outrage - and failed to do their job.
4, or ksilverthorn@cwmars.org. Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at ...
During the Reagan years, Irvine was zealous in his smears of The New York Times' Raymond Bonner, who exposed the slaughter of hundreds of villagers perpetrated by American-trained special forces in El Salvador.

Evening Adult Book Group: 6:30 p.m.; Thayer Memorial Library, 717 Main St., Lancaster. "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner will be presented. 978-368-8928. Central Massachusetts genealogical Society field trip: 7-9 p.m. ...
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
By Raymond Bonner/Special to ProPublica. "I would be strapped to a board by my arms and legs and by my waist (which was very painful because of my wound.
Evening Adult Book Group: 6:30 p.m.; Thayer Memorial Library, 717 Main St., Lancaster. "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner will be presented. 978-368-8928. Central Massachusetts genealogical Society field trip: 7-9 p.m. ...
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
By Raymond Bonner/Special to ProPublica. "I would be strapped to a board by my arms and legs and by my waist (which was very painful because of my wound.
... of how US officials tortured a man they wrongly believed was a top terror operative. A mistaken al-Qaeda suspect gives a chilling account of American torture Image credit: Mandel Ngan/Pool/Reuters.
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
From 1998-2004, the Australian federal government tried -- but failed -- to impose a national nuclear waste dump on Aboriginal land in South Australia.
Arriving in El Salvador in 1980, this book's author Raymond Bonner was a journalist for the New York Times. He knew nothing about the country but rapidly realised that a very unequal and bestial struggle was taking place in which his country was deeply ...
The Lancaster Thayer Memorial Library's evening adult group has slated "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner (nonfiction) for 6:30 p.m., July 26. Gale Free Library contemporary book group in Holden has planned ...

The Terror Suspect Who Had Nothing To Give. Abu Zubaydah's sworn statement provides a chilling, first-person account of how U.S.
According to Vice News, the declaration was finally unsealed last week in response to a motion filed by investigative journalist Raymond Bonner. Vice News was first to publish a redacted copy of the declaration on Friday. In the partially redacted ...
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
"Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner. The library will order this book for those interested in joining the conversation.
The July 26 selection is "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner (non-fiction). Gale Free Library contemporary book group in Holden has planned discussion of Kristin Hannah's "The Nightingale" for 10:30 a.m.
Evening Adult Book Group: meets Tuesday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss "Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong," by Raymond Bonner. The library can order the book. For information, contact Karen Silverthorn at (978) 368-8928, ext.
Manafort sought and received approval from the Reagan White House before accepting the work, according to Raymond Bonner's 1988 book "Waltzing with a Dictator; The Marcoses and the Making of American Policy." Manafort's firm signed its contract to ...
Manafort sought and received approval from the Reagan White House before accepting the work, according to Raymond Bonner's 1988 book "Waltzing with a Dictator; The Marcoses and the Making of American Policy." Manafort's firm signed its contract to ...
"The tusks were stacked like a tepee, twenty feet high, the design of a pyrotechnist who specialized in creating fires for movies," wrote journalist Raymond Bonner of this event in At the Hand of man. Since then, some 21 countries and territories have ...
Among notable reads were "Waltzing With a Dictator" by investigative journalist Raymond Bonner, "Not On Our Watch," an anthology by the College editors Guild of The Philippines, "Turning Rage into Courage: Mindanao Under Martial Law," a compilation of ...
Raymond Bonner's recently published book, Weakness and Deceit: America and El Salvador's Dirty war, (OR Books, 2016) is a well written and highly knowledgeable work of investigative journalism that contextualizes how the relatively small country of El ...
Lawyers for former New York Times foreign correspondent Raymond Bonner filed an expansive legal pleading Monday demanding the public release of a variety of motions, responses and court orders relating to the case Zubaydah filed in 2008 challenging ...
Obama recently expressed regret for US support of Argentina's "dirty war." It's time Washington did the same regarding our active backing of right-wing butchery in El Salvador.
As part of that effort, the administration attacked New York Times correspondent Raymond Bonner for disclosing the Salvadoran regime's massacre of about 800 men, women and children in the village of El Mozote in northeast El Salvador in December 1981.
JMS: As documented by Raymond Bonner in his book Waltzing with the Dictator, the CIA made its own investigation and concluded that Marcos had masterminded the Plaza Miranda grenade throwing in order to justify the suspension of the writ of habeas ...
In his 1988 book "Waltzing with the Dictator," author Raymond Bonner cited a Filipino sociologist who said that a typical Filipino would be content with a roof over his head, a plate filled with rice and fish on his table and a jug of tuba or local ...
"Anatomy of Injustice: A murder Case Gone Wrong" by Raymond Bonner. Shortly after the body of an elderly widowed white woman was found in South Carolina, police arrested a black man who had helped clean her gutters.
Please read Primitivo Mijares, Raymond Bonner, Ricardo Manapat, Nick Joaquin, Sterling Seagrave, Stantley Karnow, Alfred McCoy.
"The full story of how one of the most junior officers in the US embassy in San Salvador tracked down the killers has never been told," writes Raymond Bonner. "It is the tale of an improbable bond between a Salvadoran soldier with a guilty conscience ...
On December 1, 1980, two American Catholic churchwomen - an Ursuline nun and a lay missionary - sat down to dinner with Robert White, the U.S.
This article is part of a feature we also send out via email as The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter with stories, ideas, and images from The Atlantic, written specially for subscribers.
Two decades ago, the American writer Raymond Bonner wrote his controversial attack on the African wildlife lobby, At the Hand of man.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- There's an expression about weather in Scotland that has proved handy this week. "If you don't like Scottish weather, wait 30 minutes, and it is likely to change," is widely attributed to Raymond Bonner. Bonner was right ...
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- There's an expression about weather in Scotland that has proved handy this week. "If you don't like Scottish weather, wait 30 minutes, and it is likely to change," is widely attributed to Raymond Bonner. Bonner was right ...
As a remedy, I recommend - and am cross-posting below - a detailed and revealing report about Abu Zubaydah by Raymond Bonner, a former reporter for the New York Times, which he wrote for ProPublica and Politico, and which was published two ...
In the wake of that ruling, Kinard came in for criticism in a 2012 book by Raymond Bonner, a former New York Times investigative reporter, who charged that Kinard in 2000 had not seriously considered the issue of whether Elmore had been unjustly ...
by Raymond Bonner, Special to ProPublica on May 17, 2015. The entrance to Camp 1 in Guantanamo Bay's Camp Delta. The base's detention camps are numbered based on the order in which they were built, not their order of precedence or level of security.
"Because the entire file has been kept secret, it's not possible to know why Roberts, who is the chief judge of the D.C. circuit, has let Zubaydah's case languish," Raymond Bonner reported. "But this much is clear: Keeping Zubaydah from telling his ...
Those reasons, Raymond Bonner posits, may have something to do with the CIA's determination during Zubaydah's detention at a CIA black site that he "will never be placed in a situation where he has any significant contact with others and/or has the ...
The king of Bahrain has apparently snubbed President Barack Obama to attend a horse show with Queen Elizabeth. According to Reuters, King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa has elected to attend the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which begins Wednesday, ...
A senior Iranian military official warned the United States and its Arab gulf allies not to stop an aid ship from Iran heading to Yemen, saying that doing so would "spark a fire.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would not have been ready for a presidential run four years ago, dismissing speculation that he might not be in as good of a position following the Bridgegate scandal.


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