• Report: #1046494

Complaint Review: One Source Talent (www.onesourcetalent.com)

  • Submitted: Fri, April 26, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, April 26, 2013

  • Reported By: Phil Comp — Torrance California
One Source Talent (www.onesourcetalent.com)
350 E Royal Ln #105 Irving, Texas 75039 Dallas, Texas United States of America

One Source Talent ,onesourcetalent.com One Source Talent RIP OFF AGENCY, DO NOT LET THEM BATE YOU TO COMEBACK ON 2ND DAY AND PAY $495 to SIGNUP Dallas, Texas

*Consumer Comment: Guatemala: 1983 "MacNeil/Lehrer Report" on debate over military aid to Ríos Montt's regime

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When you meet with them on Day 1, they will try to go over with you the people (talents) that they have setup in the fields that are successful so to make you feel like you are one of them.

Their will call you name and talk to you (pretend like they are evaluating you).  What they are really looking for is if they think you are capable of paying them $495 (to take some photo at the office using normal camera and website assumed for marketing purposes), then they will schedule you to come back the 2nd Day.

DON'T FALL FOR THEIR BATE, YOU ARE MUCH BETTER FINDING A REAL AGENCY RATHER THAN PAYING ONE SOURCE TALENT for $495 and monthly service charge.  

THIS COMPANY IS SCAM DRIVEN ALL OVER.  BE SURE TO READ ALL THE REVIEW ON YELP AND YOU WILL KNOW WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT One Source Talent.

ALSO ONCE YOU PAY THEM THE $495 SETUP AND DECIDE TO CANCEL, THEY WON'T REFUND YOUR MONEY.

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Guatemala: 1983 "MacNeil/Lehrer Report" on debate over military aid to Ríos Montt's regime

AUTHOR: Lanna McBaine - ()

From the archives of the program that became PBS NewsHour, an archival episode from 1982 during the military dictatorship of José Efraín Ríos Montt. In this episode, Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer report on political battles in Washington over the Reagan administration's funding and military aid to Guatemala, as violence and instability there continued and reports of atrocities in indigenous communities spread.

Today, May 10, 2013, I am blogging from a courtroom in Guatemala, where a verdict is due for the former head of state and his former head of intelligence. They are charged with genocide and crimes against humanity.

Watch the NewsHour piece I produced with Miles O'Brien about the trial.

Our coverage of the trial on Boing Boing is here.

As NewsHour's Jenny Marder explains,

During the production of the piece, we dug into the vault and found this dusty MacNeil/Lehrer Report video from Nov. 30, 1983, on the debate over the U.S. role in Guatemala. It was filmed just after the Reagan administration announced the end of a five-year embargo on military shipments to Guatemala, citing human rights progress and claiming that Ríos Montt had been given a "bum rap." You'll see in these interviews a split between U.S. administration officials and human rights organizations.

For example, Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights Eliott Abrams tells Jim Lehrer that political killings in Guatemala had reduced under the Rios Montt leadership, from hundreds a month to 40-50 a month and calls that "considerable progress."

"We're not suggesting the number of 40 or 50 a month is good, but it's a lot better," Abrams says. "And we think that kind of progress has to be rewarded and encouraged."

But human rights groups, which did not support the lifting of the embargo, along with some members of Congress told a different story: one of kidnappings, refugees and massacres by government forces.

This for example, came from Robert Goldman from Americas Watch Committee.

"Rios Montt is a dictator who came in with all these promises, and yet, what did he do?" Goldman says. "He abolished all press freedom. There's less press freedom now in Guatemala than there has been for the last 30 years. No political parties are allowed. No union activity. Search and seizure without warrants are conducted. A three-man military tribunal can sentence anybody to anything including death."

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