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Rights and Wrongs features an extended excerpt from "The Yellow Wasps," a documentary film directed by Ilan Ziv and produced by Rory O'Connor. It tells the story of Serbian paramilitary groups killing Muslims as a means of ethnic cleansing in the town of Zvornik. Because the Muslims had no organized army in Zvornik the Yellow Wasps had free reign to do as they pleased. (May, June 1995)
The Baltimore Sun investigated the war in Honduras and what its nation had long suspected--that hundreds of its citizens were kidnapped, tortured ad killed in the 1980s by a secret army unit trained and supported by the CIA. These are among the findings of a 14 - month investigation in which The Sun obtained formerly classified documents and interviewed U.S. and Honduran participants, many of whom have kept silent until now.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists uncovers Project Paperclip, a government project to bring German scientists to the United States after World War II while falsifying records to cover up their Nazi criminal past.
CNN series describes Project Paperclip, under which the U.S. military brought Nazi scientists to the United States, then changed their records to conceal evidence of their war crimes; one of these Nazis became the first director of the Kennedy Space Center, and others also worked at NASA.