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The Families of Detained Journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee will be on the Today Show and Larry King on June 1 by Lia Chang

On Monday, June 1, the families of detained U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee will be on the Today Show on NBC in the 7AM, on the Larry King show on CNN Monday night.

Laura’s sister TV journalist Lisa Ling wrote on a FACEBOOK page:

Hi everyone, it’s Lisa Ling. Firstly, our families are deeply grateful for your support and efforts to try to secure the release of Laura and Euna. To say that this has been stressful would be to grossly understate how hard this has been. Our families have been very quiet because of the extreme sensitivity of the situation, but given the fact that our girls are in the midst of a global nuclear stand-off, we cannot wait any longer.

We have to speak out!

Our families will be on the Today Show on NBC in the 7AM block on Monday morning –3 days before the June 4 trial (taking the time difference in consideration). We will also be on the Larry King show on CNN Monday night as well. Please help us urge both our government and North Korea’s to resolve this humanitarian issue. Help us stand up for truth and two girls who just wanted to tell the world a story.

My deepest and most sincere thanks,
Lisa

Source: Facebook Group Page

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This entry was posted on May 29, 2009 by in Asian American Issues, Laura Ling and Euna Lee, New York and tagged , .
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