So Much for not publishing stuff ‘never intended for the public eye’

The New York times didn’t want to publish any of the scandalous “Climategate” emails because they “were never intended for the public eye” but has no problems writing about a “black jail” at Bagram.

It’s almost like they’re selective about their willingness to publish controversial items.

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  • Matthew Jacobs says:

    Gee!.. I wonder why?

  • Hawk says:

    LOL at “black jail at Bagram”.

    The prisoners there lived better than I did in the compound next door. And don’t get me started on the new prison …

  • Blacktail says:

    Media Bias? What Media Bias?

    I sure don’t see any Media Bias going on here — nope, and no ulterior motives either!

    Yep, nothing but fair, accurate, and ETHICAL journalism…

  • ER says:

    Isn’t most media entertainment?
    Then, when does journalism become entertainment?
    wait, I guess media can be entertainment, anyway ill go away now…

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