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Matt Rivers
Today we were live from Muxidi, a place where lots of people were killed on June 4th, 1989 during the . The police forced us off the air. When I asked why, they said there were “safety issues.” The plain clothes men you see likely work for state security.
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Chris Knowles Jun 4
Replying to @MattRiversCNN
I think you could take him.
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Matt Rivers Jun 4
Replying to @chrisknowlestv
Ha, we’ll never know..
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Matt Rivers Aug 16
1) There’s nothing disrespectful about doing legal journalism. 2) I don’t care if discussing the Chinese government massacring hundreds of innocent civilians while still trying to cover it up 30 years later is “sensitive”.
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Matt Rivers Jun 4
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Cassandra Noel ☾ Jun 4
Amazing that after all these years they still shut down any talk of what *the entire world* knows they did
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Ñew Jack City 🖖 Jun 4
Sadly, it's not really important that the entire world knows what they did, just that nobody inside the country does. Or at least, that they remain too afraid to talk about it.
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Robert Brodey Jun 4
Replying to @MattRiversCNN @yashar
Proof that is still running the same kind of repressive government that is ultimately prepared to mow down citizens to protect its own power structures. Oh, and .
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