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The Death Toll  | American Journalism Review
From AJR,   December 1999

The Death Toll   

The following journalists have been murdered since 1976 in the United States and Canada for doing their jobs:

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Tara Singh Hayer , 62, publisher of the Indo-Canadian Times in Surrey, British Columbia; had frequently denounced Sikh fundamentalists; shot November 18, 1998, in the garage of his home in Surrey.

Dona St. Plite , 41, Haitian-born radio host who had supported Haiti1s president, the Rev. Jean-Bertrand Aristide, after a 1991 coup; shot October 24, 1993, as he was leaving a Miami fundraising event for the family of another slain radio host.

Manuel de Dios Unanue , 48, Cuban-born journalist; former editor of El-Diario-La Prensa in New York City; wrote exposés of Colombian drug lords; shot March 11, 1992, in a Queens, New York, restaurant.

Fritz Dor , 33, Haitian-born radio host and Aristide supporter; shot March 15, 1991, as he left his Miami office.

Jean-Claude Olivier , 47, Haitian-born radio host and Aristide supporter; shot February 18, 1991, as he walked to his car from a Miami nightclub.

Triet Le , 61, columnist for Van Nghe Tien Phong, a Vietnamese-language magazine in Arlington, Virginia; shot with his wife, Tuet Thi Dangtran, on September 22, 1990, in front of their home in Baileys Crossroads, Virginia.

Nhan Trong Do , 56, layout editor for Van Nghe Tien Phong; found shot in his car outside his Seven Corners, Virginia, home on November 22, 1989.

Tap Van Pham , 48, publisher of Mai, a Vietnamese-language entertainment magazine in Garden Grove, California; had received threats from anti-Communist groups; died August 9, 1987, when an arsonist set fire to the building housing his home and office.

Henry Liu , 52, Chinese journalist; wrote a critical biography of Taiwan President Chiang Ching-kuo; shot October 15, 1984, as he sat in a car in the garage of his home in Daly City, California.

Alan Berg , 50, Denver talk-show host; shot outside his downtown condominium on August 24, 1982, by two members of a white supremacist group, The Order.

Nguyen Dam Phong , 48, founder of Tu Do, a Vietnamese-language newspaper in Houston; published articles accusing Vietnamese anti-Communist groups of being fronts for organized crime; shot to death August 24, 1982, outside his home.

Lam Trong Duong , 25, editor of Cai Dinh Lang, a Vietnamese-language community newsletter in San Francisco; maintained an editorial viewpoint sympathetic to Hanoi; shot to death July 21, 1981, on a street in the Tenderloin district.

Don Bolles , 47, investigative reporter for the Arizona Republic; fatally wounded on June 2, 1976, when a bomb exploded in his car outside a Phoenix hotel.

Sources: news accounts and the Committee to Protect Journalists



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