Thursday, November 16, 2006

Baghdad's “Highway of Death” is essentially both a name and a myth perpetuated by reporters demonstrating faux bravado

The number of embeds in Iraq is so small it’s grotesque
writes Michael Fumento.
During the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003, more than 600 reporters, TV crews and photographers were embedded with Coalition Forces, according to the Associated Press. Last year, during the vote to ratify a new constitution, there were 114. At the end of September, there only 11 and one of them was me.

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