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February 14, 2007

Judith Miller Still As Bonkers As Ever

Here's Judith Miller last night on Frontline:

LOWELL BERGMAN: There's definitely a group of people felt you were becoming a martyr [by going to jail rather than reveal her conversations with Scooter Libby], that you were doing this to make up for the problems with the WMD coverage.

JUDITH MILLER: ...I didn't feel I had anything to apologize for with my WMD coverage.

Here's Seymour Hersh on the same program:

HERSH: I still think that those reporters who do things I find heinous believe they're doing the right thing.

Posted at February 14, 2007 04:28 PM | TrackBack

The phrase that pays.

Posted by: Mike Meyer at February 14, 2007 10:32 PM

Oh c'mon, who cares about Judith Miller? She's so yesterday. The star of the day is Michael Gordon, who is back at it in today's New York Times: "American officials say..." "In recent interviews and in a military briefing on Wednesday in Baghdad, American officials have offered ..." "According to one military official..." "military officials said..." "American officials assert..." "Bush administration officials and military commanders in Baghdad decided to organize a briefing and present some of the evidence in a session last Sunday."

This in a "news" article of 473 words.

Posted by: Jean at February 15, 2007 03:06 AM