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CBS News Team Hit in Baghdad
CBS Website ^ | May 29,2006 | CBS

Posted on 05/29/2006 8:14:56 AM PDT by I still care

CBS/AP) Two London-based members of the CBS News team, veteran cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier, 39, was seriously injured Monday when the Baghdad military unit in which they were imbedded was attacked. They were reporting on patrol with the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, when their convoy was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED).

The attack was among a slew of car and roadside bombs left about three dozen people dead before noon Monday, including one explosion that killed 10 people on a bus. Nearly all the attacks occurred in Baghdad.

Dozier and her crew are among the latest American television journalists to become casualties in Iraq. Former ABC News "World News Tonight" co-anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt suffered severe injuries in a roadside bombing in Iraq Jan. 29, 2006. Woodruff is still recovering from serious head injuries and broken bones. Cameraman Vogt has returned home to France for more rehab.

On April 6, 2003, David Bloom, 39, an American journalist for NBC television, embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq died from an apparent blood clot near Baghdad.

All over the region, explosions began just after dawn, with one roadside bomb killing 10 people and injuring another 12 who worked for an Iranian organization opposed to the regime in Iran, police said.

The explosions began just after dawn, with one roadside bomb killing 10 people and injuring another 12 who worked for an Iranian organization opposed to the regime in Iran, police said.

A car bomb parked near Baghdad's main Sunni Abu Hanifa mosque killed at least nine Iraqi civilians and wounded 25, said Saif al-Janabi, director of Noaman hospital. It exploded at noon in north Baghdad's Azamiyah neighborhood and was so powerful it vaporized the vehicle. Rescue crews and Iraqi army soldiers were carrying stretchers toward waiting ambulances, Associated Press TV footage showed.

A bomb planted in a parked minivan killed at least seven and injured at least 20 when it exploded at the entrance to an open-air market selling secondhand clothes in the northern Baghdad suburb of Kazimiyah.

Another parked car bomb exploded near Ibin al-Haitham college in Azamiyah, also in northern Baghdad, killing two civilians and wounding at least five others - including four Iraqi soldiers, police Lt. Col. Falah al-Mohammedawi said.

In Baghdad's Tahariyat Square, a parked car bomb targeting an American convoy killed one civilian and injured nine , police Lt. Col. Abbas Mohammed Salman said. It was not known if there were any U.S. casualties, but at least one Humvee was seen on fire.

A second bomb targeting an Iraqi police patrol near the square killed one and wounded 10 - including four police.

In other attacks, a roadside bomb killed two police officer and wounded three others in downtown Baghdad's Karradah district, while one man was killed and six were injured when a bomb hidden in a minivan used as a bus exploded.

Another roadside bomb killed two police officer and wounded three others in downtown Baghdad's Karradah district, while one man was killed and six were injured when a bomb hidden in a minivan used as a bus exploded.

The day's most serious attack targeted a public bus near Khalis, 50 miles north of Baghdad in Diyala province, an area notorious for such attacks, provincial police said.

All the dead were workers at the Ashraf base of the Mujahedeen Khalk, or MEK, which opposes Iran's regime. The group, made up of Iranian dissidents living in Iraq, said the dead were Iraqi workers heading to their camp.

The blast pushed in the side of the white public bus and peppered its blackened side with shrapnel holes. The bus, later inspected by U.S. Army troops, was streaked in blood, Associated Press TV footage showed.

"We were transporting the workers from Baqouba to the Mujahedeen Khalk when the roadside bomb exploded and killed all these people," one man who was on the bus told AP TV.


TOPICS: Breaking News; News/Current Events; War on Terror
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To: I still care
Feeling sorry for the drive by media in Iraq is like feeling bad every time Jason gets killed in the movie

"Friday the 13th"

101 posted on 05/29/2006 9:57:21 AM PDT by april15Bendovr
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To: Doctor Raoul

"Not that I wish Cronkite ill, or something. I believe he should permit his comrade Madeline Albright to board - not that her bulk should sink the yacht with all aboard."

May Kim Jong Mentall Ill's agents kindnap them and make them teach English to North Korean spies. Ops, I forgot. All he'd have to do is ask and they'd do it.

Dear Doctor, they've already done it.


103 posted on 05/29/2006 10:20:54 AM PDT by purpleland (Elegy 9/11/01 Vigilance and Valor! Socialism is the Opiate of Academia)
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To: I still care
Two London-based members of the CBS News team, veteran cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier, 39, was seriously injured Monday when the Baghdad military unit in which they were imbedded was attacked. They were reporting on patrol with the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, when their convoy was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED)

No mention of any military casualties (WIA/KIA). Seems unlikely, unless the CBS crew was the specific target of the attackers. Even then, somebody had to be driving the vehicle they were in, and likely someone else, possibly more than one, would be "riding shotgun", perhaps literally. Since my next door neighbor is 4th ID and currently deployed, as are many others in the neighborhood. I've got more than a casual interest in the matter.

104 posted on 05/29/2006 10:28:12 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: I still care

UPDATE:

http://www.wishtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4961451&nav=0Ra7

They were on a patrol with the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, when their convoy was attacked. They were reporting a "routine" story, covering American troops for Memorial Day. The trio was only planning to be out for a few hours, in order to get back to the CBS Baghdad bureau in time to edit their piece

Following what the U.S. military is calling a "curious incident" in the Karada neighborhood of Baghdad, Dozier, Douglas and Brolan got out of their armored vehicle. That's when a nearby car packed with explosives detonated. Douglas and Brolan died at the scene.


105 posted on 05/29/2006 10:28:48 AM PDT by jimbo123
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To: TXnMA
Okay, cBS -- NOW, will you finally begin referring to those murdering ba$+ards who run around blowing up people as, "terrorists", rather than as "insurgents"?

Don't hold your breath. Even their own people are expendable in The Cause.

106 posted on 05/29/2006 10:30:40 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: april15Bendovr
I see many MSM journalists risking their lives for a left wing agenda that is out to destroy the efforts of our troops.

You're right, but these are Americans. I've no idea what the camera man or the sound man's politics are and I don't care. They died in the war.

107 posted on 05/29/2006 10:34:48 AM PDT by kerryusama04 (Isa 8:20)
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To: avital2
i don't wish her ill but her thoughts are twisted.

She's reporting how some Iraqis feel, not necessarily how she feels. Although her reportage does have that flavor at times. Come from having Muslim professors at grad school.

As to the accuracy of her report, I'd only note that some older Russians still feel that way about Stalin.

108 posted on 05/29/2006 10:36:32 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: El Gato

It looks like the CBS reporterette and friend HALTED the convoy so they could FILM a report by the side of the road.

Apparently a car bomber saw the stopped convoy as a target of opportunity and drove his car to the location and detonated his bomb while the CBS team was filming.

CBS isn't telling the whole truth about what happened.


109 posted on 05/29/2006 10:37:16 AM PDT by jimbo123
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To: kerryusama04

On a day where we honor our troops I couldn't stomach the thought being distracted by focusing on any members of the disingenuous disgusting drive by media that have helped our enemies with their propaganda campaign.


110 posted on 05/29/2006 10:37:40 AM PDT by april15Bendovr
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To: kerryusama04

The CBS team stopped the convoy to film a report on the side of the road and a car bomber drove over and detonated his device during the shoot.

CBS needs to come clean about what really happened.


111 posted on 05/29/2006 10:41:15 AM PDT by jimbo123
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To: jk4hc4
"Cronkite put in his children's names years ago to avoid inheritance taxes as."
*Cronkite typifies the phony-liberal uber-hypocrisy coursing through the yellow blood of America's leftist media and politicos.


By Henry Lamb - 1999 WorldNetDaily.com - December 9, 1999 - Where was the mainstream news media when Hillary Clinton introduced Walter Cronkite to the World Federalist Association on Oct. 19? Television cameras focused on Hillary's baseball cap; it is far more important that voters know where she stands on the issue of national sovereignty. Not until WorldNetDaily reported the Cronkite speech Nov. 30, did Americans discover that both Hillary and Walter are avid advocates of world government.
112 posted on 05/29/2006 10:45:50 AM PDT by purpleland (Elegy 9/11/01 Vigilance and Valor! Socialism is the Opiate of Academia)
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To: Bernard Marx
The fact media people are being targeted tells me terrorist spies have penetrated our military at the highest levels. If I was running the show I'd be having a serious internal traitor hunt.

That doesn't follow at all. The media often uses local "talent" for the support crews, cameramen, sound-men etc. Even though this CBS team didn't seem to (possibly because they were embedded) More likely the terrorists have infiltrated the media, as little as that might seem to be necessary. They also certainly have their own "embeds" within the Iraqi military. It's also possible that their were Iraqi military in the convoy as well, so any terrorists back at the base of the Iraqis could also have provided the targeting information.

Still it's possible that the support staff, some locals some from 3rd countries, at the American's base is providing the information.

113 posted on 05/29/2006 10:46:44 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: El Gato
That doesn't follow at all. The media often uses local "talent" for the support crews, cameramen, sound-men etc. Even though this CBS team didn't seem to (possibly because they were embedded) More likely the terrorists have infiltrated the media

Semantics. My use of the word "military" was imprecise. I meant only that the hostiles seem to have advance knowledge of where media people will be so deadly traps can be laid. Whether it's local talent or spies in the embed system, I'd focus on smoking them out.

114 posted on 05/29/2006 11:00:51 AM PDT by Bernard Marx (Fools and fanatics are always certain of themselves, but the wise are full of doubts.)
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To: jimbo123

Sounds like the embedded reporters jeopardized the convoy with our soldiers?


115 posted on 05/29/2006 11:00:54 AM PDT by april15Bendovr
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To: churchillbuff
Or, in the alternative, maybe some freepers who blame the media for "not reporting all the good stuff in IRaq," might start to understand that Iraq is still a chaotic place and it's DANGEROUS to venture out in search of all this supposed "good stuff" that's happening.

So it's dangerous. They don't seem to be bothered by the danger when they report the negative stuff, they should be reporting the positive stuff as well.

Of course we don't know that they aren't reporting some of the good stuff and that it ends up in the bit bucket, or "The Spike". (allusion to the novel of the same name by Arnaud De Borchgrave and Robert Moss. De Borchgrave was wounded several times as a reporter in Vietnam. A theme of the book is how the editors decide which news is "fit to print". Nothing which harms the anti American Cause. BTW, he's Flemish not French )

116 posted on 05/29/2006 11:03:28 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: april15Bendovr

It looks like they jumped out of their vehicle to film a "curious incident", stopping the convoy on the side of the road. Then the suicide car bomber drove over and attacked the convoy while it was stopped.


117 posted on 05/29/2006 11:03:41 AM PDT by jimbo123
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To: Tallguy
Ridiculous statement. Saddam backed down from lots of fights. Remember "Cheat & Retreat"? IOW, it was Saddam's strategy during the sanctions-phase to push the envelope until he got smacked down -- then he'd retreat. Sounds like "Backing Down" to me.

Perception and Symbols are not reality. The statement concerned how some Iraqis perceived Saddam, not the reality of Saddam.

That said she is a left winger, who apparently never met a terrorist she didn't like...at least she became a target because she was a Western Infidel and an American.

118 posted on 05/29/2006 11:06:50 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: Porterville
I guess they'll just have to make up the news now.

It's stupid comments like this that soil Free Republic's reputation.

119 posted on 05/29/2006 11:07:19 AM PDT by berserker
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To: Gay State Conservative
In Massachusetts,some people are *clearly* more equal than others!

Worldwide, some people are *clearly* more equal than others!
120 posted on 05/29/2006 11:07:35 AM PDT by Beckwith (The liberal media has picked sides and they've sided with the Jihadists.)
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To: mylife
maybe the media will figure out that we are not the enemy and stop carrying jack murthas water.

Maybe I'm Babe Ruth..........

121 posted on 05/29/2006 11:09:41 AM PDT by Osage Orange (Most Congressmen are excellent Bovine Scatologist's)
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To: Bernard Marx
The fact media people are being targeted tells me terrorist spies have penetrated our military at the highest levels.

It's obvious they are in Washington D.C. , & in the Drive-by Media.....

I'd guess there are some in the military too.

122 posted on 05/29/2006 11:12:52 AM PDT by Osage Orange (Most Congressmen are excellent Bovine Scatologist's)
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To: jimbo123; Allegra; mhking
Following what the U.S. military is calling a "curious incident" in the Karada neighborhood of Baghdad, Dozier, Douglas and Brolan got out of their armored vehicle.

See #62. seeBS has some explaining to do. And a US soldier died, an Iraqi died, as well as the military injuries. If the "reporters" jeopardized operational security, as is currently suspected, no mercy nor compassion will be shown for them.

123 posted on 05/29/2006 11:15:37 AM PDT by ARealMothersSonForever (Political troglodyte with a partisan axe to grind)
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To: Crawdad
If you google "Kimberly Dozier" you get an updated (revised within the last 2 hours) bio on her.

It seems CBS is writing about her in the past tense.

"she also reported for the CBS Evening News, CBS Evening News weekend editions, The Early Show and , the Network's 24-hour news service."

Notice "reported" not "reports." Also, there's a space before and after the comma following "The Early Show and ," which is unusual.

Someone at CBS is tinkering with her bio already.

124 posted on 05/29/2006 11:16:11 AM PDT by jdm
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To: jdm

Interesting. Either she'd dead. Or CBS is going to fire her after she recovers.


125 posted on 05/29/2006 11:17:56 AM PDT by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123
CBS needs to come clean about what really happened.

Fake but accurate CBS come clean? ROFLMAO!

126 posted on 05/29/2006 11:19:23 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: berserker

They don't make up the news at CBS?


127 posted on 05/29/2006 11:19:55 AM PDT by Porterville (Do Not Betray The President During A Time Of War-- Unless You Are A Traitor)
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To: mylife
maybe the media will figure out that we are not the enemy

The terrorist strategy has been to inflict conspicuous casualties and hope that the U.S. public becomes demoralized. The media focus on "if it bleeds, it leads" has abetted this strategy, but had the unintended consequence of making the media a target, as dead reporters get even more coverage than dead GIs. On the perverse media scale, if a dead Iraqi is worth one point, a dead GI is worth 10 and a dead western reporter is worth 100.

128 posted on 05/29/2006 11:22:53 AM PDT by Lonesome in Massachussets (NYT Headline: 'Protocols of the Learned Elders of CBS: Fake But Accurate, Experts Say.')
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To: mylife
maybe the media will figure out that we are not the enemy and stop carrying jack murthas water.
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Fat chance of that.
129 posted on 05/29/2006 11:23:15 AM PDT by Cheburashka (World's only Spatula City certified spatula repair and maintenance specialist!!!)
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To: berserker
I guess they'll just have to make up the news now.

It's stupid comments like this that soil Free Republic's reputation.

What's stupid about it? The Pajamajedin have caught them making up the news. "Fake But Accurate", remember?

130 posted on 05/29/2006 11:24:51 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: kerryusama04
I can't think of anything more American than risking your life for something you believe in, even if you are wrong.

Both the cameraman and the sound man were Brits. The on screen reporter is, AFAIK, American though.

131 posted on 05/29/2006 11:26:31 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: jimbo123
“The tyrant has fallen. But for some, he’s a fallen hero.... Iraqis are much like abused children: scarred by the man who was both father figure and enforcer. His rules were simple. Obey, and he would provide jobs, food rations, electricity and security. Rebel, and punishment was merciless. But Saddam Hussein also gave Iraqis dignity and pride. He became a symbol of defiance across the Arab world, never backing down from a fight....Those who loved him and those who hated him still can’t separate the man from the country in their minds. For many, his humiliation is their own.”
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Replace Saddam Hussein with Stalin.
Replace Iraqis with Russians.
Oh, these guys are some of Nature's Noblemen.
132 posted on 05/29/2006 11:27:06 AM PDT by Cheburashka (World's only Spatula City certified spatula repair and maintenance specialist!!!)
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To: kerryusama04
You're right, but these are Americans.

The cameraman and sound man were Brits. Allies, but not Americans.

133 posted on 05/29/2006 11:28:08 AM PDT by El Gato
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To: Beckwith
Worldwide,some people are *clearly* more equal than others!

True enough.But you'd think that the *caring* and *compassionate* politicians and residents (full and part-time) of *this* state would have done away with that stuff by now.

134 posted on 05/29/2006 11:30:26 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative
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To: I still care

Kimberly Dozier,"Saddam Hussein also gave the Iraqis dignity and pride/his humiliation is their own."Tell that to the Kurds that he gassed,the women who were raped,the men,women,and children who were tortured and them murdered by Sadaam and his sons.I have NO sympathy for someone who writes trash like that.Face it,"journalists" like Dozier are traitors in our midst,and are working against America,Iraq,and the soldiers who are fighting and dying in Iraq.F'em


135 posted on 05/29/2006 12:04:26 PM PDT by Thombo2
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To: Allegra

Just heard an ironic quote from the head of CBS News...he said "We pray for the recovery of Kimberly"...

No atheists in foxholes...


136 posted on 05/29/2006 12:04:37 PM PDT by SE Mom (God Bless those who serve.)
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To: jimbo123

Do you have a source for this version of the story??


137 posted on 05/29/2006 12:05:46 PM PDT by CedarDave (Sleeper trolls are like cicadas - emerge in the heat and contribute nothing but loud annoying noise)
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To: CedarDave

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060529/ap_on_re_mi_ea/journalists_killed

This has been updated twice now. First they said IED, then suicide car bomber, and have now wettled on car packed with explosives. The news is that the military is saying "courious incident". If seeBS leaked any information to stage a story, and got soldiers killed; they should pay with lives. And may well have.


138 posted on 05/29/2006 12:12:25 PM PDT by ARealMothersSonForever (Political troglodyte with a partisan axe to grind)
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To: jdm
"Kimberly, Paul and James were veterans of war coverage who proved their bravery and dedication every single day," McManus said. "They always volunteered for dangerous assignments and were invaluable in our attempt to report the news to the American public."

She is either dead or someone wishes she was.

139 posted on 05/29/2006 12:24:00 PM PDT by ARealMothersSonForever (Political troglodyte with a partisan axe to grind)
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To: ARealMothersSonForever

Yep, our local news at noon read that statement from the CBS brass the same way, and it was printed on the screen simultaneously - I just kept thinking how strange it was to continually refer to the living correspondent in the past tense.

The scene they showed was in front of what looked like a large house - maybe it was "by the side of the road," but they weren't out on a shoulder of the highway. There was a sand-colored humvee sitting in the front yard (a large yard) that must have been another in the convoy, as it wasn't damaged.

They showed some footage after the bombing, but it was so close-up, in a tight shot on the interior of the vehicle, that you couldn't tell what or where it was.


140 posted on 05/29/2006 12:36:08 PM PDT by Rte66
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To: NonValueAdded

Amen to your post #7


141 posted on 05/29/2006 2:10:48 PM PDT by OldFriend (I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag.....and My Heart to the Soldier Who Protects It.)
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To: soulsurvivor10

This is not an endearing first post. Hope you enjoyed your brief stay.


143 posted on 05/29/2006 2:37:13 PM PDT by ARealMothersSonForever (Political troglodyte with a partisan axe to grind)
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To: ARealMothersSonForever

"They always volunteered for dangerous assignments and were invaluable in our attempt to report the news to the American public."

Attempt to report or distort the news?


146 posted on 05/29/2006 2:53:41 PM PDT by april15Bendovr
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To: april15Bendovr
This was an atrocity for all who were hurt, including....
one brave US serviceman who was murdered and
six valiant US servicemen who were also injured - even though they have not been, or have been barely, afforded mention.

Will CBS and the other traitorous MSM stop encouraging the terrorists?
Will CBS and the other traitorous MSM stop calling the terrorists only "insurgents" and "militants"?

Will CBS and the other traitorous MSM start calling these acts of terrorism for the true atrocities that they are,
even when they do not involve CBS and MSM reporters"?

There was also reportedly a US serviceman murdered in this atrocity.

I hope this was not "staged" or setup by CBS to help with their gross immoral sick antiAmerican "reporting".


147 posted on 05/29/2006 2:58:53 PM PDT by Diogenesis (Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum)
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To: berserker

"It's stupid comments like this that soil Free Republic's reputation."

Better than half the posts on this thread make me ashamed to say I'm a Freeper.


148 posted on 05/29/2006 3:01:09 PM PDT by leadpenny
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To: jimbo123; Howlin

"...His rules were simple. Obey, and he would provide jobs, food rations, electricity and security. Rebel, and punishment was merciless. But Saddam Hussein also gave Iraqis dignity and pride..."

The Iraqi's Saddam gave 'dignity and pride' to were those who plundered Iraq and murdered, terrorised and starved everyone else...ask the shia, the marsh arabs, the Kurds.

Just your average, loveable dictator, right?




149 posted on 05/29/2006 3:08:20 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (Read the bio THE LIFE OF MUHAMMAD free! Click Fred Nerks for link to my Page.)
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To: I still care

Horrible news. God be with them all and their families.


150 posted on 05/29/2006 3:25:01 PM PDT by jennyjenny
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