May 15, 2009
Posted: 1552 GMT

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Picture 1: Producers Terri Elmore, Kendra Robinson
Picture 2: Live shot producer Chris Pair
Picture 3: Supervising Producer Candace Pickett
Picture 4: Executive Producer Ryan Cooper
Picture 5: Cameraman Matt Lingerfelt

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SensibleAli   May 15th, 2009 4:33 pm ET

Hi there in Atlanta ... looking at CNN's "inner values" ... greetings from Berlin!!

A furious and embarassed American in Asia   May 15th, 2009 4:49 pm ET

It is completely unacceptable and outrageous that Aung San Suu Kyi should be going through this awful experience...all because of
the stupidity of John Yettaw !!
As an American living and working in Asia, it is so embarrasing
to hear that after this current economic malaise caused by
greedy and incompetent U.S. bankers, another American scews things up...This time messing it up for somebody whose is a true symbol of democracy and liberty.
In fact, it is very ironic...Amercia is supposed to be the shining beacon
of democracy...But now, John Yettaw has messed things up for a woman who is the real inspiration and symbol of democracy !
She was supposed to be free at the end of this month !

Mr. Yettaw should be imprisoned for his actions !
No need to bail this guy out ! Let him spend 13 years in Myanmar !

Bob Macdonald   May 15th, 2009 5:07 pm ET

Hot team Hala! But you are the hottest of all, the Hottie and Chief.

Olivia Michelson   May 15th, 2009 5:37 pm ET

Hi Uncle Ryan!! Keep up the good work! I love watching the IDesk while wearing my CNN onesies!

Aaron Jaggan   May 15th, 2009 5:40 pm ET

Hey ..keep up the good work you all.

Temitope   May 15th, 2009 7:19 pm ET

Like everyone realises, its always easier to critisize from the outside. Obama is set to change more of his changes to Bush's policy before the end of the year...just wait and see....its 2 now and counting.

Lagos, Nigeria

Fawad Ali   May 16th, 2009 7:42 am ET

Ryan Cooper looks a little like Anderson Cooper or not – but are you guys related? –..... and Matt it's not very masculine look as you may think ......this photo shot gives you a bit too feminine look...not that there is anything wrong with that……

Julie   May 16th, 2009 11:09 pm ET

Wow! More pictures of Matt (and Javier!). On a serious note, IDesk is a great show. Too bad I haven't been able to watch it. Anyway, keep up the good work, guys.
Julie – Canada.

jeya vairamuthu   May 20th, 2009 1:42 pm ET

In tamil areas nobody there to speek up with all their mights, they just have to protect their lives, if they can do it peacefully they are very lucky people. Whoever get killed, they die without any proves or any evidence. People who are wounded they die too, but slowly because no food, no meds, no family members to sit beside. The military get feeded every meals and extra snacks and got paided, beside they have tamil wounded (physically and mentally) woman ready for sexual assault. What else they need? We were born there we have seen every thing thats why we are here but parts of us still living there and fighting for our rights...If you want to die with all your dignity you still have to continue fighting for your basic dam rights.
Thanks for the opportunity.
love you all.

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