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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Newsweek's Retraction

[Newsweek's Washington bureau chief:] "We think that people acted responsibly and professionally and ... there was no malice, no institutional bias, just a mistake that was made in good faith."
That's good faith? Reminds me of this:
Such reasoning recalls the wonderful line from the Costa-Gavras film "Z": "Always blame the Americans. Even when you're wrong, you're right."


(Please keep in mind that each commenter's opinions are only his/her own.)

And the worst thing is that you've turned your back on the Sixties! You bastard!

this is what Martin Mubanga had to say about the subject.

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