Haiti Radio NPR's Melissa Block talks with Michhle Montas, news director of Port-au-Prince based Radio Haoti-Inter. Montas talks about her decision to take Radio Haiti-Inter off the air last Saturday, in response to threats against the station's staff. Montas's home came under attack Christmas Day 2002 by armed gunmen. Her bodyguard was killed in that incident. Montas' late husband, renowned journalist Jean Dominique, was gunned down at Radio Haiti-Inter on April 3, 2000.
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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Michhle Montas, news director of Port-au-Prince based Radio Haoti-Inter. Montas talks about her decision to take Radio Haiti-Inter off the air last Saturday, in response to threats against the station's staff. Montas's home came under attack Christmas Day 2002 by armed gunmen. Her bodyguard was killed in that incident. Montas' late husband, renowned journalist Jean Dominique, was gunned down at Radio Haiti-Inter on April 3, 2000.