Wednesday, March 15, 2006

New York Times Working For Al Qaeda?

It sure looks like it. Here is some more enemy propaganda, the difference is the Times completely made up this story. You know it's bad when another far left "news" outlet catches you in a lie.

The online magazine Salon is challenging the identity of a man profiled by The New York Times in a front-page article on Saturday who says he is the iconic hooded figure in a published photograph who was abused by Americans at Abu Ghraib prison in 2003 and 2004.

Salon bases its challenge on an examination of a set of 280 Abu Ghraib photographs it has been studying for several weeks and an interview with an official of the Army's Criminal Investigation Command, known as the C.I.D., who says the man identified by The Times is not the detainee in the photograph.

On Monday, Chris Grey, chief spokesman for the investigations unit, asked about the challenge, confirmed to The Times in an e-mail message: "We have had several detainees claim they were the person depicted in the photograph in question. Our investigation indicates that the person you have is not the detainee who was depicted in the photograph released in connection with the Abu Ghraib investigation.

How long is it going to take the public to figure out that the democrat run media is not only rooting for the perpetrators of 9-11 but most likely have an operational relationship with them as well? The irony is that an American "peace activist" was tortured and murdered but that story only made it to page 8 of the same issue. And where did this "correction" or more accurately the fact the Times was caught lying in an attempt to smear our brave men and women in uniform appear? Why, on page 17 of course.

Hat tip: Best of the Web


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The New York Times uses much of its time "investigating" but never comes up with the truth or anything concrete. Time after time we read of an incident then a few minutes, hours or days later we learn that it was all a lie. How long can this paper stay in business? An honest editor may help these liars. Lee

March 16, 2006 7:03 PM  

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