One-party rule a tough habit to break

"One-party rule a tough habit to break" Continued...

Issue: "Narnia unleashed," Dec. 10, 2005

Mr. Kisle told WORLD on Nov. 28 that he lives "in constant danger," but is not afraid of arrest. "I'm more afraid of not being able to speak out," he said. One day later, police placed Mr. Kisle under house arrest, warning him that if he communicates with CUD leadership, "he will be shot." No further word on his status was available at press time.

Jamie Dean
Jamie Dean

Jamie lives and works in North Carolina, where she covers the national political beat and other topics as news editor for WORLD. Follow Jamie on Twitter @deanworldmag.


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