What Liberal media ?

60 mins Caught Lying – Again ?

My friends, it seems the Liberal Media and infidel kerry have been caught lying again …
Osama is not pleased :angry:

We must contact the Bloated One for more propaganda my friends, forge more
documents, scare more old people … something !

Ali bin Gali :cool:

60 Mins planned missing explosives story for election eve

News of missing explosives in Iraq – first reported in April 2003 – was being resurrected for a 60 MINUTES election eve broadcast.
Jeff Fager, executive producer of the Sunday edition of 60 MINUTES, said in a statement that "our plan was to run the story on
October 31, but it became clear that it wouldn’t hold…"

Elizabeth Jensen at the LOS ANGELES TIMES details on Tuesday how CBS NEWS and 60 MINUTES lost the story [which repackaged
previously reported information on a large cache of explosives missing in Iraq, first published and broadcast in 2003].

The story instead debuted in the NYT. The paper slugged the story about missing explosives from April 2003 as "exclusive."

An NBCNEWS crew embedded with troops moved in to secure the Al-Qaqaa weapons facility on April 10, 2003, one day after the liberation of Iraq.

(Real) NBC News Story

According to NBCNEWS, the explosives were already missing when the American troops arrived.

NBC Video Clip

It is not clear who exactly shopped an election eve repackaging of the missing explosives story.

The LA TIMES claims: The source on the story first went to 60 MINUTES but also expressed interest in working
with the NY TIMES… "The tip was received last Wednesday."

CBSNEWS’ plan to unleash the story just 24 hours before election day had one senior Bush official outraged.

“Darn, I wanted to see the forged documents to show how this was somehow covered up,” the Bush source,
who asked not to be named, mocked, recalling last months CBS airing of fraudulent Bush national guard letters.

Next time we must find better liars my friends…

kerry’s planned ad …
Kerry Ad - johnkerry.com

{C-BS Liberal 527}

The New York Times claimed this week that hundreds of tons of high explosives had been removed from the Al-Qaqaa weapons depot while the facility was under U.S. control.
But Times reporters knew way back in Feb. 2003 that the removal process was instigated - not by looters or insurgents after the U.S. liberation - but instead by the government of Saddam Hussein.
On Feb. 15, 2003, the Times reported on an address to the United Nations Security Council by Mohamed ElBaradei, the UN’s chief nuclear watchdog. In quotes covered extensively by the paper, ElBaradei shared his concern about the removal of high explosives from facilities like Al Qaqaa:
“We have also continued to investigate the relocation and consumption of the high explosive HMX,” ElBaradei explained a month before the U.S. invasion.
"As I reported earlier, Iraq has declared that 32 tons of the HMX, previously under I.A.E.A. seals, had been transferred for use in the production of industrial explosives, primarily to cement plants as a booster for explosives used in quarrying."
Baradei noted that Saddam’s government had even confirmed the movement of the HMX, in quotes also picked up by the Times 21 months ago:
"Iraq has provided us with additional information, including documentation on the movement and use of this material, and inspections have been conducted at locations where the material is said to have been used.
“However, given the nature of the use of high explosives,” ElBaradei said, "it may well be that the I.A.E.A. will be unable to reach a final conclusion on the end use of this material. While we have no indication that this material was used for any application other than that declared by Iraq, we have no technical method of verifying quantitatively the declared use of the material in explosions. . . . "
While the Times, CBS News and the presidential campaign of Sen. John Kerry continue to insist that the removal of HMX and other high explosives took place sometime after the liberation of Iraq began on March 19, 2003, they have yet to address ElBaradei’s Security Council report clearly indicating those claims are not true.

Ali bin Gali :cool: