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Deaf to the facts

Dear Editor:Judy Kava’s letter (The Aspen Times, April 6) points toward Michael Franti’s movie as being biased and one-sided. As a member of the audience, it is right to point out that Michael Franti did everything possible to get this woman to open up her mind.She tried to dominate the Q&A period with her statements. Michael let her rant on. In my opinion, this woman was as closed-minded as the Bush administration on Iraq. Her pro-Israel point of view was not allowing air into her mind.I commend Michael Franti for giving her time to rant. I condemn her performance as another great example of the true believer showing deaf ears to facts. Come on, Judy, open up your mind.Andy HansonAspen

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