Tuesday, December 20, 2005

NY TIMES Shows its Manipulative Bias once again...


Fri Dec 16 200 11:27:16 ET


Newspaper fails to inform readers 'news break' is tied to book publication
Yes, that is "ethical" reporting. BTW I have never seen a national reporting "standard" or "code of ethics" for reporters. More importantly, I have never seen any disciplinary committee within the industry to clean up their reporting. Well they are the elite, what do you expect?
On the front page of today's NEW YORK TIMES, national security reporter James Risen claims that 'months after the September 11 attacks, President Bush secretly authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans and others inside the United States... without the court approved warrants ordinarily required for domestic spying, according to government officials.'

Risen claims the White House asked the paper not to publish the article, saying that it could jeopardize continuing investigations and alert would-be terrorists that they might be under scrutiny.
I have said this before, when the press betrays a trust they should have their press benefits pulled and they should be punished. In this case, jail might be in order.
Risen claims the TIMES delayed publication of the article for a year to conduct additional reporting.
Okay you arrogant suckweasel. You are the important one! You need the book pimped! You may have put lives at risk but you don't care! Go to HELL boy!
But now comes word James Risen's article is only one of many 'explosive newsbreaking' stories that can be found -- in his upcoming book -- which he turned in 3 months ago!

The paper failed to reveal the urgent story was tied to a book release and sale.
The rest of the story mentions the title of the book, which I am not going to pimp for this news whore. If you saw the President's response to this story, he is PO'd. He said that one, he didn't break the law, and two, the story could put American lives at risk. Thanks Risen. Suck air, you scum.


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