Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Bloody raid to free New York Times Journalist in Afghanistan - The Times Should Pay Reparations

A British soldier was killed, in a daring raid to free a New York Times reporter being held by the Taliban. "This guy [the journalist] was told not to go in there. He was told by local officials," said a western military source. "But being stupid should not give you a death sentence. How do you decide when not to go in? That's the hard thing? When do you give a bad man with a gun the right to decide. You always go back and get someone." Of course, the New York Times have NO shame, as a brave British soldier gave his life for their irresponsibility. The Times should be made to pay reparations to the soldiers family.

1 comment:

  1. Joe-This is same NYT which exposed every secret the US intel community could leak under the argument, "The public has a right to know." Oh really? Didn't public have right to know that their boy was being held x Islamic savages and that Brit elite SAS was mounting ballsy effort to free him? Apparently, NYT kept this secret from public. I certainly wanted to know that this idiot reporter was held by savages.
    Perhaps NYT should explain when and where we have right to know.
    F. Garvin, Ph.D, S.J.


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