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Reuters Now Showing Photos of Dead US Troops
Reuters ^ | 6/21/2004

Posted on 06/21/2004 6:13:57 AM PDT by oblomov

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To: Pukin Dog

"Show both sides of everything, so America can understand what this war is all about."

They won't do this and you and I both know it. Our common enemy fights from newsrooms across the nation as well as from ambushes in Iraq.


41 posted on 06/21/2004 7:03:18 AM PDT by WorkingClassFilth (Back to an old favorite: DEFUND NPR & PBS - THE AMERICAN PRAVDA)
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To: twntaipan
Reuters is the propaganda ministry of leftists and muslim terrorists alike.

Agreed, and I'm beginning to think my local ragsheet is turning into that too.....

42 posted on 06/21/2004 7:03:41 AM PDT by b4its2late (John Kerry changes positions more often than a Nevada prostitute!!!)
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To: Hostage

Our people in Saudi confirmed it,
too. We don't take terrorist word.


43 posted on 06/21/2004 7:04:53 AM PDT by txrangerette
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To: oblomov

If you support a terrorist, or harbor a terrorist, you ARE a terrorist. This supports terrorists.


44 posted on 06/21/2004 7:06:40 AM PDT by McGavin999 (If Kerry can't deal with the "Republican Attack Machine" how is he going to deal with Al Qaeda)
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To: xzins

Reuters is apparently based out of the UK.

Their main stockholder was/is a very wealthy Opecker Prince from Saudi Land.

About 9/13/2001, the minions of Reuters were banned from using the word terrorist when it came to Islamo terrorists and their vile Islamo terrorist acts.

Here is my take on this if these pictures are dead Americans.

The Reuters Photographer is a pro Islamofascist, and he/she/it was invited to the ambush of these Americans.

After the Americans were ambushed/killed, their bodies were arranged in the same manner to take the picture.

It is time that some spec ops guy take this Reuters clymer and his immediate supervisors on a final picture taking mission. After their job is done, use their cameras to take pictures of the dead Reuters Islamo$hits. Then put those final Reuters's pictures on the Arabic internet sites the Islamofascists use, with just this comment: "Who's Next!"


45 posted on 06/21/2004 7:07:18 AM PDT by Grampa Dave (John Fonda al Kerry began his political life as a Pro Commy Vietnam War protester!)
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To: Pukin Dog
We need to see this stuff. Show us everything. Show us the people turned into tomatoes from jumping out of the World Trade Center towers. Show both sides of everything, so America can understand what this war is all about.

Agreed. War shouldn't be whitewashed. The American people should see what is going on in Iraq, warts and all.

What are people on this board afraid of? That the American public can't handle the truth?

46 posted on 06/21/2004 7:07:20 AM PDT by Modernman ("I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like me as members" -Groucho Marx)
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To: oblomov
Not a surprise because Reuters, AFP, AP reporters usually are Arab in that part of the world. They are the embedded reporters of the terrorists and the radicals. They are quite often traveling with the terrorists, thus can be first on the scene to photographs the dead US soldiers. And beam them to the Arab world (via Al Jezeera etc.)  to convey the terrorists triumph.

 

 

ALL PHOTOS BELOW ARE FROM Muslim photographers at the terror propaganda machine at REUTERS and AFP   ...................


An armed Shi'ite militiaman holds a machine gun while trying to prevent U.S. forces from entering a Baghdad suburb on June 10, 2004. One Iraqi fighter was killed and several more wounded in sporadic clashes between insurgents and U.S. forces, an official of rebel cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's group said on June 11, 2004. Militiamen loyal to Sadr fired automatic weapons and lobbed hand grenades at U.S. forces, which responded by sending helicopters to fire at targets in the sprawling Sadr City slum, Reuters television footage showed. Photo by Stringer/Iraq/Reuters
Fri Jun 11, 8:14 AM ET
Reuters

An armed Shi'ite militiaman holds a machine gun while trying to prevent U.S. forces from entering a Baghdad suburb on June 10, 2004. One Iraqi fighter was killed and several more wounded in sporadic clashes between insurgents and U.S. forces, an official of rebel cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's group said on June 11, 2004. Militiamen loyal to Sadr fired automatic weapons and lobbed hand grenades at U.S. forces, which responded by sending helicopters to fire at targets in the sprawling Sadr City slum, Reuters television footage showed. Photo by Stringer/Iraq (news - web sites)/Reuters

 

 

 


A militiaman shows to an Iraqi Shiite Muslim woman how to use a rocked-propelled grenade as she takes part in a march in support of Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr's Army of Mehdi militia in Sadr City.(AFP/Sabah Arar)
Sun Jun 20, 2:47 AM ET
AFP

A militiaman shows to an Iraqi Shiite Muslim woman how to use a rocked-propelled grenade as she takes part in a march in support of Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr's Army of Mehdi militia in Sadr City.(AFP/Sabah Arar)
 


A Shi'ite Muslim militiaman of the Mehdi army, allied with cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, holds a rifle while trying to prevent U.S. forces from entering a neighborhood in the Baghdad suburb of Al Sadr City June 18, 2004. Sadr's ragtag fighters, mostly from the slums of Baghdad and impoverished southern villages, had launched an uprising on April 4, overrunning police stations and public buildings in several towns in a bold challenge to U.S.-led forces. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
Fri Jun 18, 2:43 PM ET
Reuters

A Shi'ite Muslim militiaman of the Mehdi army, allied with cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, holds a rifle while trying to prevent U.S. forces from entering a neighborhood in the Baghdad suburb of Al Sadr City June 18, 2004. Sadr's ragtag fighters, mostly from the slums of Baghdad and impoverished southern villages, had launched an uprising on April 4, overrunning police stations and public buildings in several towns in a bold challenge to U.S.-led forces. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz

 


47 posted on 06/21/2004 7:08:53 AM PDT by dennisw ("Allah FUBAR!")
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To: txrangerette

Our people or the Saudis? I am not sure I would trust Saudis now. Even their leadership can't trust their own people.


48 posted on 06/21/2004 7:09:09 AM PDT by Hostage
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To: mware
Already got it wrong they are US Marines.

I know this is cliche'-like, but we cannot win this war one patrol at a time. We won the battle of Hue (at a terrible price) this way, but of course not the war. If this is true, it's a despicable waste of our wonderful Marines.

49 posted on 06/21/2004 7:09:23 AM PDT by ExtremeUnction
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To: sarasota

Don't hold your breath!If the MEDIA of today had been similar during WWII,I don't think we would have won!What these so-called "Journalists?"are doing is nothing short of TREASON!!!!!!!!!


50 posted on 06/21/2004 7:10:27 AM PDT by bandleader
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To: Grampa Dave
It is time that some spec ops guy take this Reuters clymer and his immediate supervisors on a final picture taking mission. After their job is done, use their cameras to take pictures of the dead Reuters Islamo$hits. Then put those final Reuters's pictures on the Arabic internet sites the Islamofascists use, with just this comment: "Who's Next!"

Take a deep breath. Any American soldier who did that would be, rightfully, court-martialed and executed.

51 posted on 06/21/2004 7:11:13 AM PDT by Modernman ("I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like me as members" -Groucho Marx)
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To: Archie Bunker on steroids

June 2004 is set to have the 3rd lowest number of casualties since the war began.

But don't tell anybody that....


52 posted on 06/21/2004 7:12:09 AM PDT by Lunatic Fringe (John F-ing Kerry??? NO... F-ING... WAY!!!)
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To: Grampa Dave

I'm interested in making sure that not one single red penny of mine assists anyone even remotely connected to reuters.

I'd support a voluntary "no reuters month (year)" on FR postings. Hate to give them any hits.


53 posted on 06/21/2004 7:12:09 AM PDT by xzins (Retired Army and Supporting Bush/Cheney 2004!)
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To: Modernman
You don't show that kind of stuff before you notify the family of the slain.
54 posted on 06/21/2004 7:13:05 AM PDT by mware
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To: dennisw

He can get a $3000 machine gun but not a $5 pair of shoes?

55 posted on 06/21/2004 7:13:42 AM PDT by Lunatic Fringe (John F-ing Kerry??? NO... F-ING... WAY!!!)
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To: mware
You don't show that kind of stuff before you notify the family of the slain.

I could be wrong, but I believe that only applies if the bodies are identifiable, which doesn't seem to be the case here.

56 posted on 06/21/2004 7:16:48 AM PDT by Modernman ("I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like me as members" -Groucho Marx)
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To: oblomov
(grumbling loudly)

There is a fine line between reporting news events, and propagandizing them. This is the second....

57 posted on 06/21/2004 7:17:59 AM PDT by Maigrey (The threat of Terrorism has been greatly exaggerated. - Paul Johnson and Nick Berg would disagree.)
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To: ishabibble

I understand how you feel...my hubby is just back after 15mos...everytime a chopper went down, my heart sank........you have friends and support here....God Bless your Marine.


58 posted on 06/21/2004 7:21:27 AM PDT by mystery-ak (*They are all Pat Tillman's*........Rush)
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To: xzins

I refuse to go to the links.

The problem is that they control a lot of the so called financial news with CBS. Their left wing anti American spin is negative regardless of how good the news is.

Hopefully, Fox News, will launch a financial news service that will present a balanced side to financial news.


59 posted on 06/21/2004 7:22:52 AM PDT by Grampa Dave (John Fonda al Kerry began his political life as a Pro Commy Vietnam War protester!)
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To: Grampa Dave

I, too, will follow your lead and ban them from any personal use by me.

I hope others follow suit.


60 posted on 06/21/2004 7:26:05 AM PDT by xzins (Retired Army and Supporting Bush/Cheney 2004!)
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