Jean-Guy Allard

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Jean-Guy Allard
Born 1948
Shawinigan, Quebec
Died (aged 68)
Havana, Cuba
Occupation Journalist

Jean-Guy Allard (1948 – August 16, 2016) was a Canadian journalist, who worked as an editor and reporter for Le Journal de Montréal and Le Journal de Québec from 1971 to 2000.[1] He retired to Cuba, and later wrote for Granma.[1] He wrote several books, including one on Robert Ménard and Reporters without Borders, and one on Luis Posada Carriles.[1][2]

Books[edit]

  • (with Marie-Dominique Bertuccioli), Le dossier Robert Ménard: pourquoi Reporters sans frontières (RSF) s'acharne sur Cuba, Montreal/Paris: Lanctôt éditeur, 2004
  • La filière terroriste du FBI, Timéli (Ginebra), 2005
  • Posada Carriles, cuarenta años de terror, Editora Politica (La Habana), 2006
  • Washington - Miami: la conexión terrorista del FBI, Editora Politica (La Habana), 2008
  • (with Eva Golinger), La Agresión Permanente: USAID, NED y CIA, Caracas: Ministerio del Poder Poder Popular para la Comunicación y la Información, 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Jean-Guy Allard and Eva Golinger (2009), La Agresión Permanente: USAID, NED y CIA, Caracas: Ministerio del Poder Poder Popular para la Comunicación y la Información, p5
  2. ^ "Jean-Guy Allard: Model for Journalists in the Capitalist System". telesurtv.net. Retrieved 21 August 2016.