||Press and Drug Lords
||Search for Explosives (2:57) -- Rage Against Drug Traffickers (1:56) -- Armed Forces Protect Newspaper (2:04) -- Bomb Paranoia (1:18) -- Police Kill Drug Lords (1:48) -- Pablo Escobar (1:21) -- The Job of a Journalist (1:54) -- Prevention of Future Attacks (2:19) -- El Espectador is Unique (1:55) -- Liberals Versus Conservatives (1:09) -- El Espectador Again Under Attack (1:37) -- Reflection on the Murder of Don Guillermo Cano (1:36) -- Threats to the Cano Family (2:23) -- Hostage Threat (1:38) -- Journalism is a Nightmare (4:04) -- Personal and Professional Life Don't Mix (2:45) -- Mr. Cano's Daughter, Maria Jimenez, Suffers Attack (1:58) -- The Murder of Silvia Duzan (2:59) -- President Hopeful Visits El Espectador (3:36) -- Viva Colombia - Long Live Colombia (2:10) -- El Espectador: The Press and the Drug Lords (0:34)
||This is the extraordinary story of the Bogota newspaper whose offices were bombed and members of whose staff were killed in the pursuit of their work-which included reporting on the details of the Colombian drug trade. This documentary shows how the politics of cocaine can dominate an entire country.
|General note||Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on May 02, 2012.|
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|Interest grade level
||9 and up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: Films On Demand platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Publisher number||2516 Infobase|