HAITI The media remains completely under the thumb of the military government. The repression and coercion against journalists, espedally those in radio, continue without change. Recent cases reported include: * On May 11, youth leader Valentín Villard was arrested for being in possession of a photograph of ousted President Jean Bertrand Aristide. His family said he was beaten by security police. He was freed on July 14. * On May 23, radio reporter Cuy Delva was beaten and given a death threat while covering a demonstration outside a school in Port-au-Prince. * Hughens Voltaire, a reporter for the Boston-based weekly Finesse, was injured and had to be hospitalized in the Haitian capital on June 1 after interviewing two students who had been roughed up by security agents.