Eric Florack on May 17th, 2004

MediaGuardian is reporting: “Piers Morgan was last night sacked as editor of the Daily Mirror as the newspaper apologised ‘unreservedly’ for publishing photographs of Iraqi prisoner abuse that were faked” The report goes on to report: “The Daily Mirror said in a statement that it would be inappropriate for Morgan to continue as editor and […]

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Eric Florack on May 17th, 2004

The AP and the local NBC outnet in Portland report that Two Portland disc jockeys were fired from a local radio station after playing an audiotape of the beheading of Pennsylvania native Nick Berg by Iraqi militants, and cracking jokes about the grisly death. Here’s two people that should never be allowed to work in […]

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FOXNews.com – Top Stories – Sarin Gas Released by Iraq Roadside Bomb Sarin? I thought that stuff didn’t exist. Wasn’t that the anti-war crowd’s claim? Hmmm..

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Eric Florack on May 17th, 2004

The Telegraph: “CIA interrogators have seized on an admission by Saddam Hussein that he fears torture at the hands of his Iraqi enemies, and are threatening him with a quick handover to the new government in a renewed effort to break his silence.” Well, now! I can see a whole BIT in this one paragraph, […]

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Eric Florack on May 17th, 2004

Neal Boortz is interesting as usual, today: “Let’s go back a few weeks.  Remember that huge explosion in Korea?  At first we heard that thousands were killed.  That number was eventually reduced to hundreds.  The explosion, however, was huge.  North Korean authorities are trying to float a story that it was fertilizer.  Are you buying […]

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