Saturday, January 28, 2006

Associated Press merges with Al Jazeera.

Documents Show Army Seized Wives As Tactic.

By CHARLES J. HANLEY AP Special Correspondent
The Associated Press

Jan 27, 2006 — The U.S. Army in Iraq has at least twice seized and jailed the wives of suspected insurgents in hopes of "leveraging" their husbands into surrender, U.S. military documents show.

The glee with which this story is written is uncontained. Being able to compare the U.S., it's policies, Army, and soldiers. With vile murdering insect life forms. Is truly a great day for the left. Another historic one for the fifth column. The lengths with which the writer goes is astounding. The tenor of the presentation would make one feel that this is all that U.S. troops do in Iraq (and most certainly must be disappointed that documentation exists for only two instances). Mothers taken from nursing babies (though no mention made if at feeding time). On and on. Of course the writer entirely misses (and completely fails to understand) his own words ..... that one mid level officer objected prior to one operation, and complained after its completion. Resulting in the release of the captured subject.

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(The writer Charles J. Hanley, is shown here in Baghdad, while doing research for the article).

After three internet pages, in the very last sentence, we get this provided military quote: "It is clear the unit believed the females detained had substantial knowledge of insurgent activity and warranted being held."


The new combined press agency will assume the name: Fifth Column Cheering Associates.
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(New logo seen in formal announcement of the merger).



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The article's author, seen here in a more casual setting, in his hometown. After returning from a tour of duty in the fifth column, in Iraq.

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