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April 13, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Disc jockey "Kaptain Kaos" is taking radio station KIEV-AM (870) to court, claiming his late-night radio show was canceled because of his decision to play a new recording by Pope John Paul II, his lawyers said Monday. Kaos, also known as Paul Volpe, played the pope's top-10 "Abba Pater" album in apparent violation of a station policy prohibiting airing of any foreign-language music, according to his attorney, Cary W. Goldstein.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Disc jockey "Kaptain Kaos" is taking radio station KIEV-AM (870) to court, claiming his late-night radio show was canceled because of his decision to play a new recording by Pope John Paul II, his lawyers said Monday. Kaos, also known as Paul Volpe, played the pope's top-10 "Abba Pater" album in apparent violation of a station policy prohibiting airing of any foreign-language music, according to his attorney, Cary W. Goldstein.
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