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How & Why Rouge Pacifica “Diaboligcal SOB’s” Stole Programming From Native American Show
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Friday Oct 18th, 2019 8:53 PM
The "Coup" Take-over At Pacifica Led By KPFA manager Quincy McCoy and Pacific IED John. Vernile stole a Native American program to pretend that WBAI was back on the air instead of having piped in programming.
How and Possibly Why Rouge Pacifica Tried a Set Up “Diaboligcal SOB’s” Steal Programming From Native American Show

Anthony J. Sloan
Published on Oct 18, 2019
In this interview with WBAI Producer John Kane, who also has his own independent program produced out of his own studio, is questioned by the brother on just how the Pacifica Coup mongers brought this Native American themed program into their disinformation mix.

Pacifica Pacifica Across America

“This is a painful moment for us, especially for the WBAI staff and
volunteers who have done their best to keep it going. As soon as
financially and logistically possible, a plan will be drawn up to
address how we can rebuild our NY station into a vibrant local going
operation” Pacifica Board Vice Chair, Sabrina Jacobs said...
“...We want to be a bigger and stronger network” says Quincy McCoy,
Consulting Programmer of Pacifica Across America. “PAA is a
progressive, independent radio network whose mission is to provide a
platform for independent voices, unfiltered news and analysis and
diverse cultural programming that entertains and targets issues
concerning our communities.” McCoy continues, “the variety of
programming on PAA will help WBAI grow new listeners and fulfill
Pacifica’s mission at lower costs, with some of the best programming our network offers, including local content, while providing listeners with under-reported news, in-depth public affairs, and cultural shows that New Yorkers can’t hear anywhere else.”

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