Three US Haitian and pro-democracy radio journalists were assassinated in Little Haiti, Miami, Florida, United States between 1991 and 1993.The assassinations took place during a period when Haiti was undergoing a turbulent transition to democracy, and those political tensions were manifested in the Little Haiti neighborhood by the deadly attacks on radio journalists. The attacks caught attention of the Haitian community.

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  • Three US Haitian and pro-democracy radio journalists were assassinated in Little Haiti, Miami, Florida, United States between 1991 and 1993.The assassinations took place during a period when Haiti was undergoing a turbulent transition to democracy, and those political tensions were manifested in the Little Haiti neighborhood by the deadly attacks on radio journalists. The attacks caught attention of the Haitian community. There was further interest in whether the murders were ordered by the Haitian military regime as that could possibly change the status of refugees from economic to political asylum seekers. In addition to the journalists, radio host Ringo Cayard owned a building that was bombed after D'Or's murder, and Daniel Buron, a bus driver who supported democracy, was assassinated on 9 March 1994 in Little Haiti. The FBI was brought in once it was determined that the motive was political.The three journalists belong to the group of eleven race and ethnic community journalists to be killed in the United States since 1977. (en)
  • Three US Haitian and pro-democracy radio journalists were assassinated in Little Haiti, Miami, Florida, United States between 1991 and 1993. The assassinations took place during a period when Haiti was undergoing a turbulent transition to democracy, and those political tensions were manifested in the Little Haiti neighborhood by the deadly attacks on radio journalists. The attacks caught attention of the Haitian community. There was further interest in whether the murders were ordered by the Haitian military regime as that could possibly change the status of refugees from economic to political asylum seekers. In addition to the journalists, radio host Ringo Cayard owned a building that was bombed after D'Or's murder, and Daniel Buron, a bus driver who supported democracy, was assassinated on 9 March 1994 in Little Haiti. The FBI was brought in once it was determined that the motive was political. The three journalists belong to the group of eleven race and ethnic community journalists to be killed in the United States since 1977. (en)
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  • Fritz Dor (en)
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  • Donaldson St. Plite (en)
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  • Little Haiti neighborhood, Miami, Florida (en)
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  • ca. 1953 (en)
  • ca. 1952 (en)
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  • Donaldson St. Plite (en)
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  • Haiti (en)
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  • The Little Haiti neighborhood is located in Miami, Florida, and it is where the three journalists were assassinated. (en)
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  • Haitian & U.S. (en)
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  • Gun shot (en)
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  • 1991-03-15 (xsd:date)
  • 1993-10-24 (xsd:date)
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  • Miami, Florida (en)
  • Little Haiti neighborhood, Miami, Florida, United States (en)
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  • WLQY-AM (en)
  • WKAT , Miami (en)
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  • Haiti (en)
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  • His support of Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide (en)
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  • Little Haiti, Miami (en)
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  • N (en)
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  • Fritz D'Or (en)
  • Dona St. Plite (en)
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  • Haitian (en)
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  • French Creole (en)
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  • Radio journalist and talk show host; Paralegal (en)
  • Radio journalist, host, and commentator (en)
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  • Fritz Dor (en)
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  • Miami, Florida, United States (en)
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  • Three US Haitian and pro-democracy radio journalists were assassinated in Little Haiti, Miami, Florida, United States between 1991 and 1993.The assassinations took place during a period when Haiti was undergoing a turbulent transition to democracy, and those political tensions were manifested in the Little Haiti neighborhood by the deadly attacks on radio journalists. The attacks caught attention of the Haitian community. (en)
  • Three US Haitian and pro-democracy radio journalists were assassinated in Little Haiti, Miami, Florida, United States between 1991 and 1993. The assassinations took place during a period when Haiti was undergoing a turbulent transition to democracy, and those political tensions were manifested in the Little Haiti neighborhood by the deadly attacks on radio journalists. The attacks caught attention of the Haitian community. There was further interest in whether the murders were ordered by the Haitian military regime as that could possibly change the status of refugees from economic to political asylum seekers. In addition to the journalists, radio host Ringo Cayard owned a building that was bombed after D'Or's murder, and Daniel Buron, a bus driver who supported democracy, was assassinated (en)
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  • Assassinations of Little Haiti journalists (en)
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