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I don't get this...

Senior Al Qaeda Leader's Notebook Seized - Al-Libbi's Notebook Believed to Contain Valuable Contact Information, Source Says
What public good can come from letting everyone know that Al Qaeda should relocate and get new cell phones, now that we know their contact information?


Tags: media
by Brett Rogers, 5/7/2005 10:17:33 AM


ABC/CBS/CNN/PBS/NBC sometimes forget whose side they're on and which side stands for freedom and which side kills innocents on purpose.



Posted by Doug Halsted, 5/9/2005 9:37:19 AM

Wouldn't the source of the information pretty much have to be somebody from our government? My guess is the Mr. Bush himself would allow this information out, just to say, "Well, folks, don't worry, I know we haven't actually FOUND Osama Bin Laden in the FOUR YEARS since 9/11...been busy imposing "democracy" in Iraq. But don't you worry---we're doing something. Kind of. Got a notebook right here. See?"



Posted by Bella, 5/9/2005 9:46:31 AM

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