Monday, February 18, 2008

Clarification: 'Sibel Edmonds' Story Makes the MSM!'

[RE: "Sibel Edmonds Story Hits Corporate Media." Even though the story did hit the "mainstream," corporate media still had their way; or at least one medium's "editors" had their say.]


Sibel Edmonds’ Story Makes the MSM!
By Scott Horton ∙ AntiWar.com ∙ February 17, 2008

Thanks very much to O.E., who writes:

It was shocking, but a pleasant surprise, to find Philip Giraldi’s “Found in Translation” article reprinted, at least in part, in today’s Dallas Morning News. They did leave out the part about the Valerie Plame, but with graphics the article does fill the entire back page of the opinion section.

(Also, Marc Grossman’s name does not make it into article and the DMN article is over 1000 words shorter than what appeared in the American Conservative article.)


Even with the heavy editing, the DMN version of Giraldi’s American Conservative article should be enough to get the main point across. It should also prove to other media organizations in this country that they CAN touch this story – if only with a ten-foot pole…

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