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  • MORMON BATTALION MONUMENT (the true story vs. the lies of KTTV reporter Tony "Reconquista" Valdez)

    05/04/2006 9:55:00 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 32 replies · 2,799+ views
    media.utah.edu ^ | 2006 | Susan Easton Black
    Hear the incredible MP3 of the exchange between KTTV news reporter Tony Valdez and KFI's John and Ken -- CLICK AND LISTEN "And here in California there's a monument to the Mormon Battalion, the great heroes who killed a lot of Mexicans, enough Mexicans so that this part of the world could be taken by force, by force by the United States." ...Tony Valdez, KTTV Newsman, 5-1-06 Simulcast on KFI radio and KTTV ===================================================================== I've spoken to the public affairs spokesman for the Mormon church in Los Angeles and sent them the clip. I suspect that the apology the station...
  • JOHN AND KEN SHOW: Hear May 1 racist comments from Los Angeles television "newsman" Tony Valdez

    05/02/2006 3:22:38 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 36 replies · 2,615+ views
    KFI 640, LOS ANGELES ^ | 5-2-06 | Doug from Upland
    LISTEN TO JOHN AND KEN ONLINE HERE IS YESTERDAY'S THREAD. KTTV NEWSMAN TONY VALDEZ ATTACKS JOHN AND KEN WITH AZTLAN DIATRIBE. Coming up at 3:30 pm, Pacific, John and Ken will play the entire segment with KTTV from yesterday's Illegal Alien Celebration Day. This has been all over the blogs. Valdez needs to publicly apologize and/or be fired.
  • Tin Soldier An American Vigilante In Afghanistan,Using the Press for Profit and Glory

    05/25/2005 5:46:04 AM PDT · by robowombat · 15 replies · 2,028+ views
    Columbia Journalism Review ^ | Jan/Feb 2005 | Mariah Blake
    Tin SoldierAn American Vigilante In Afghanistan, Using the Press for Profit and Glory By Mariah Blake In April 2004, a former U.S. Special Forces soldier named Jonathan Keith Idema started shopping a sizzling story to the media. He claimed terrorists in Afghanistan planned to use bomb-laden taxicabs to kill key U.S. and Afghan officials, and that he himself intended to thwart the attack. Shortly thereafter, he headed to Afghanistan, where he spent the next two months conducting a series of raids with his team, which he called Task Force Saber 7. By late June, he claimed to have captured the...