Saturday, December 03, 2005

WorldNetDaily: Did the New York Times sack the wrong reporter? (Media Creditability?)

WorldNetDaily: Did the New York Times sack the wrong reporter?: "In the world's newsrooms, truth is particularly vulnerable in times of war. Indeed, it is often said to be the first casualty. Historically, the media have deceived their audience on behalf of their own side, of which offense the New York Times' reporter Judith Miller stands accused, even if unintentionally.

The Times forced Miller's resignation for depending too heavily on flawed intelligence in the run-up to the Iraq War. 'Judy's stories about WMD fit too perfectly with the White House's case for war,' griped back-stabbing colleague Maureen Dowd in a column that hastened Miller's departure. " (more)

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