Sunday, June 22, 2008

New York Times Commits Treason.....Proud Of It

If this happened in WWII Roosevelt's justice department would have put to death the writer of the article, editor, and publisher. But for some reason today it's perfectly natural to be on the enemy's side.

The Central Intelligence Agency asked The New York Times not to publish the name of Deuce Martinez, an interrogator who questioned Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and other high-level Al Qaeda prisoners, saying that to identify Mr. Martinez would invade his privacy and put him at risk of retaliation from terrorists or harassment from critics of the agency.


After discussion with agency officials and a lawyer for Mr. Martinez, the newspaper declined the request, noting that Mr. Martinez had never worked under cover and that others involved in the campaign against Al Qaeda have been named in news stories and books. The editors judged that the name was necessary for the credibility and completeness of the article.

2 Comments:

Anonymous jane said...

We are to defend patriots, not the enemy. The world is changing very quickly, and not for the better. It is time to return to the days of patriotism where we had respect for our country, not hatred.

June 23, 2008 5:15 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

Disgusting when we can't even print names of those who hate us.

June 24, 2008 5:30 PM  

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