Tonight, there is a unique TV show that will air on CNN.
Scream Bloody Murder is an investigation by Christiane Amanpour into senseless murders. You know, the kind that take innocent lives for no good reason, if any, while the world turns a blind eye to the crimes against humanity.
It takes a seriously brave kind of person, such as Amanpour, to investigate and bring attention to this stupidity. Obviously, since similar kinds of stories are few and far between, there are reasons why reporters and news agencies have ignored the issues. Viewership and sponsors to name two.
Christine Amanpour is a truly brave hero and an intelligent woman who is beyond the realm of the average reporter.
Born in London in 1958, to an Iranian airline executive and British mother, the soon settled in Tehran. The Amanpours led a privileged life under the government of the Shah of Iran.
Amanpour moved to the United States to study journalism at the University of Rhode Island. One of her college housemates was John F. Kennedy Jr, who was attending Brown University; they remained close friends until his death in 1999. Amanpour graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Journalism degree in 1983.
Christiane Amanpour is CNN’s chief international correspondent based in New York. In her 18 years as an international correspondent, Amanpour has reported on all the major crises from the world’s many hotspots, including Iraq,
Amanpour joined CNN in 1983 . She worked her way up to correspondent in CNN’s New York bureau before becoming an international correspondent in 1990. Her first major assignment was the Gulf War, and she has since covered wars, famine, genocide and natural disasters around the globe. She became an icon to viewers who tuned in to hear her reports.
About Scream Bloody Murder
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour traveled to the world’s killing fields to understand the world’s indifference, even as courageous voices tried to “Scream Bloody Murder.”
Among the topics
• The world’s most heinous crime
• Amanpour: Voices of hope in the face of evil
• Polish Jew gave his life defining, fighting genocide
• Priest tried to warn of Cambodia’s insanity
• ‘Idealist’ tried to halt Saddam’s Kurdish slaughter
• Read once-secret Reagan administration documents on Iraq
• ‘Bombs for peace’ after slaughter in Bosnia
• As genocide raged, general’s pleas for help ignored
• ‘A horror movie and a snuff movie’
• They killed their neighbors: genocide’s foot soldiers
A worldwide investigation and two-hour documentary, premiering on CNN/US at 9 p.m. ET/PT December 4 and on CNN International at 0200 GMT December 5.
Additional dates and times:
• CNN/US: 8 p.m. December 6; 3 a.m. and 8 p.m. December 7; and 3 a.m. December 8 (All times ET)
• CNN International: 1000, 1700 December 5; 1200, 2000 December 6; 0100, 0600, 2200 December 7 (All times GMT)