After Hours

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 10, 2004

Playlist

More scandal on how the Bush Administration is treating detainees in its war on terror. ..the Washington Post reports that medical records on terror suspects held at Guantanamo Bay have been turned over to interrogators so that they can devise better methods of questioning them, in violation of international standards

A setback to the government’s war on terror as a jury in Idaho acquits a graudate student of using his computer expertise to help Muslim extremists recruit and raise money. ..his lawyer calls it a victory for freedom of speech

The State Department admits that its report on terrorism incidents released in April was way off the mark

President Bush call’s the G8 summit in Georgia a success but differences still remain over Iraq

The union rep resenting BART workers charges lay offs will endanger passengers and worker safety

And American musical legend Ray Charles is dead at 73

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Johny Taylor
Aferthours Joint
Crown City Rockers
D Minor Nine
Quincey Jones
Tell Me a Bed time story
MAze
Look at California
Kool 7b The Gang
Too Hot
Luther Vandross
Never to Much
The Time
777-9311
Keith sweat
how deep is you love
Willie Hutch
The Glow
Vanity 6
Nsty Girl
Keri Hilson
Make Love
Trey Songz
Neighbors Know My Name
J Holiday
Bed
Pretty Ricky
Lay Your Body
Robin Thicke
Sex Therapy
jeremiah
Birthday Sex
Quad City DJ's
My Boo
Ciara
Body Party
Kp & Envyi
Shorty Swing My Way
Inoj
Love You Down
Apolonia 6
Sex Shooter
Miguel
Good Lovin
Goapele ft Snoop Dogg
Hey Boy
Childish Gambino
Sober
Goerge Maple
Where You End and You Begin
Thinking Bout You
Frank Ocean
The Worst
Jhene Aiko
The Weekend
The WeekendEarned It
Jazmine Sullivan
Let It burn
Conya Doss
Wi-Fi
Alana Brigewater
Deception
Bilal
Love It
Mayer Hawthorn
Her Favorite Song
Deborah Bond
Blind Paradise

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