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Leslie Kean
Leslie Kean is an investigative journalist and Director of Investigations for The Coalition for
Freedom of Information.

Leslie Kean's articles have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines around the world
including the Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, Providence Journal, Atlanta-Journal Constitution,
Newark Star Ledger, The Nation magazine, International Herald Tribune, Globe and Mail, the
Sydney Morning Herald, the Bangkok Post, the Kyoto Journal, and the Journal of Scientific
Exploration. Her stories have been syndicated through Knight Ridder, Scripps-Howard, New York
Times Wire Service, Pacific News Service and the National Publishers Association. Leslie is also a
contributing producer for an investigative news program on KPFA Radio, a Pacifica station. Her
essays appear in the anthologies Perspectives: Drugs and Society, Stone Soup for the World, and
Drugs, Society and Behavior 98/99. She is co-author of Burma’s Revolution of the Spirit: The
Struggle for Democratic Freedom and Dignity (Aperture, 1994; White Orchid Press, 1995)
published in three languages.

(from The Coalition for Freedom of Information: http://www.freedomofinfo.org )

More information (from Flashpoints Radio):

Leslie Kean was formally the full time director of the Burma Project USA, a human rights and media
advocacy group, and is the co-author of Burma's Revolution of the Spirit: The Struggle for
Democratic Freedom and Dignity (Aperture, 1994). In early 1996, she spent over two months in
Burma in close association with Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi and leaders of her
democracy party, many of whom are now in prison. Upon returning, she was interviewed by Dennis
Bernstein on . Flashpoints. and began a prolific writing collaboration with him about the serious
ramifications of the Burmese junta's decision to use proceeds from Burma's booming heroin trade
to fuel the economy.

Bernstein and Kean's 1996 cover expose for The Nation on this subject was selected by the
magazine's publisher as that years's nominee for the George Polk Award. Kean presented
testimony about the junta. s role in the drug trade to the New York City Council and the California
State Assembly in hearings considering legislation against Burma.

Bernstein and Kean's 1997 feature for The Nation, .Singapore's Blood Money,. exposed the
Singapore government's business relationships with drug lords from Burma and prompted a
response from the Singapore government. Kean's additional articles with Dennis Bernstein have
appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world such as the Boston Globe, the Baltimore
Sun, the International Herald Tribune, the San Francisco Examiner, the Sacramento Bee, the
Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Journal of Commerce, the Globe and Mail, the Sydney Morning
Herald, the Kyoto Journal, the Bangkok Post, and The Progressive.

Kean also co-authored with Bernstein the 1999 book "Henry Hyde's Moral Universe: Where More
than Time and Space are Warped" (Common Courage Press). Her essay based on her meetings
with Aung San Suu Kyi appears in the book "Stone Soup for the World" (Conari Press, 1998).

In May 2000, Kean published a story in the Boston Globe about a report from high level French
military and space officials called "UFOs and Defense: What are We Prepared For?" Versions of
the story, "UFO theorists gain support abroad, but repression at home," have appeared in other US
papers, the Irish Independent, and the French magazine VSD.