Voices In the News

A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Charlie Wilburn, a former member of the Cincinnati City Council and Jenny Laster, the spokesperson for a group of black political and religious leaders in Cincinnati; Richard Anderson, CEO, Northwest Airlines, and O.V. Delle-Femine, National Director, Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association; Attorney General John Ashcroft on the decision to allow a closed-circuit feed of the Timothy McVeigh execution to Oklahoma City; an announcement inside Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, where 43 people died in a stampede last Wednesday; one of the fans who escaped the stampede; President George W. Bush; Lieutenant Shane Osborn, commander of the damaged US Navy spy plane that made an emergency landing on Hainan Island two weeks ago; Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Sun Yuxi; and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.



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