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January 31, 1994 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As security chief of this nation's first renegade radio station, Pieter le Roux is clearly proud of his handiwork. Atop a treeless hill, past the roadblocks and armed guards, is a newly dug moat. Razor wire bristles on a fence, and gun ports dot a concrete wall beside the gate. Inside are two lines of trenches topped with sandbags. Then chest-high barricades of sandbags, and a wall of tires filled with dirt, protect the broadcast tower and tiny studio. But the rebel redoubt isn't quite complete.
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January 31, 1994 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As security chief of this nation's first renegade radio station, Pieter le Roux is clearly proud of his handiwork. Atop a treeless hill, past the roadblocks and armed guards, is a newly dug moat. Razor wire bristles on a fence, and gun ports dot a concrete wall beside the gate. Inside are two lines of trenches topped with sandbags. Then chest-high barricades of sandbags, and a wall of tires filled with dirt, protect the broadcast tower and tiny studio. But the rebel redoubt isn't quite complete.
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