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OAS, MSM behind Bolivia coup – professor

Since a right-wing coup forced Bolivian President Evo Morales out of power, over 30 civilians have been killed by police in nationwide protests. Professor of International Human Rights and author Dan Kovalik breaks down how the mainstream media and Organization of American States (OAS) helped to overthrow the left-wing leader. Dozens of doctors have written an open letter saying that they fear that WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange may die if he isn’t immediately removed from Belmarsh prison in London. RT America’s John Huddy has the latest. Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg has been under social media scrutiny after his comments about minority children and education surfaced in a now viral video during the 2011 South Bend mayoral election. Civil Rights attorney and talk radio Host Robert Patillo joins In Question to discuss the controversy. 

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