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media
government
non-governmental organizations

38-page letter recipients (Feb-Mar 1994)

(A few more 38-page letters have been given out to private individuals and others, but which have not been included in the list below.)

MEDIA

Print

Alternative Media Information Center
Amsterdam News
Asahi Shimbun
Associated Press
China Press
Daily News (NY)
El Diario
Forbes
India Abroad
Japanese American News
Jet
London Daily Express
Los Angeles Times
Manhattan Spirit
Nation
National Review
New York Law Journal
New York Magazine
New York Observer
New York Post
New York Times
Newsday (NY)
Newsweek
Time
Times of London
Toronto Star
Village Voice
Washington Post

Radio

All Things Considered
WCBS
WINS
WNYC

Television

A Current Affair
Fox News (NYC)
MacNeil/Lehrer (WNET)
The Maury Povitch Show
The Montel Williams Show
New York 1 News
WABC
WCBS
WNBC News
WPIX


GOVERNMENT

California

Wilson, Pete (Governor)

Los Angeles

Riodan, Richard (Mayor)

New York City

Bratton, William (Police Chief)
Department of Investigation Commissioner
Department of Transportation Commissioner
Eldridge, Ronnie (Councilwoman)
Giuliani, Rudolph (Mayor)
Green, Mark (Public Advocate)
Hynes, Charles (District Attorney, Brooklyn)
Lynch, Gerald (John Jay College of Criminal Justice President)
Messinger, Ruth (Manhattan Borough President)
Morgenthau, Robert (District Attorney, Manhattan)
Organized Crime Control Chief (NYPD)

New York State

Civil Rights (Dept of Law)
Crime Prosecution (Dept of Law)
Crime Victims
Cuomo, Mario (Governor)
Housing Authority Police
Judiciary Committee (Assembly)
Koppell, Oliver (Attorney General)
Paterson, David (Senator)
Stringer, Scott (Assemblyman)

Federal

Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division (Dept of Justice)
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division (Dept of Justice)
Boxer, Barbara (Senator)
CIA (NYC office)
Civil and Constitutional Rights Subcommittee (House - Judiciary)
Clinton, Bill (President)
Constitution Subcommittee (Senate - Judiciary)
D'Amato, Alphonse (Senator)
Dole, Robert (Senator)
FBI (NYC office)
Feinstein, Dianne (Senator)
Freeh, Louis (FBI Director)
Gore, Al (Vice President)
Human Rights Caucus (Congress)
Moynihan, Patrick (Senator)
Nadler, Jerrold (Congressman)
Owens, Major (Congressman)
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (House)
Reno, Janet (Attorney General)
Schumer, Charles (Senator)
Select Committee on Intelligence (Senate)
U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress
Waxman, Henry (Congressman)
White, Mary Jo (U.S. Attorney)
Woolsey, James (CIA Director)

International

Albright, Madeline (US Ambassador to the United Nations)
Lasso, Jose (Human Rights Commissioner - United Nations)


NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS

AALDEF (Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund)
Center for Constitutional Rights
Cult Hotline
Gays and Lesbians Against Defamation
Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
Human Rights Watch
International League for Human Rights
Jewish Community Relations Council
Le Bar, James (Reverend - Archdiocese of NY - cult consultant)
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
NYPIRG (New York Public Interest Research Group)
People for the American Way
Planned Parenthood
Socialist Party


posted: december 12, 2004
document update:
web page update: january 1, 2005

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