It seems very unlikely the MSM will ever print any documents that would prove they were wrong for years. If they admit they were wrong, and not just a little wrong, but bashing the president in the middle of a war borderline treason wrong would invalidate their claims of objectivity as well as accuracy. Of course those are already invalid, but they'd have to admit it...something they'll never do.
Libs are a lot like two-year-olds, aren't they? Little Chuckie Schumer, proved he is like a two-year-old during the hearings for Scalia and Roberts.
The fact that these documents were released has not been very well publicized. Do a search in Yahoo news for "documents". It appears there was a press release put out by someone. Note each of the articles hitting the same point, word for word: Documents released, dissention in Al Queda, etc. Nothing about anything else.
It is easy for the media to report from a press release. Some authority should be putting them out. I don't think the MSM is going to go through these and glean anything that would support the war or this administration.
There is little or no chance that any of these incriminating documents will ever be printed on most of the nation's rags. The biggest rag, The La Crosse (Wis) Tribune, in my part of the country is so left-wing it saw fit to print a guest editorial by Howard Zinn a few weeks ago. The paper was considered ultra-conservative when I was growing up in the sixties. Today it daily prints diatribes against the Bush admin by leftist columnists, letter writers, and even the editorial board. The news from Iraq always concentrates on the death toll never mentioning anything positive.
I would bet that most American papers were taken over by left-liberal sympathizers in the seventies and turned into scandal sheets for far-left nutjobs. They will never print the truth.