- Nibras Kazimi drills serious holes in the credibility of one of the two main witnesses, a man called 'Hosam Taher Hosam', in the Mehlis report defaming Syria for the assassination of Hariri (the other main witness, Zuhir Ibn Mohamed Said Saddik, has already been completely discredited). Mehlis not only did a hack job on Syria, he did an obviously incompetent hack job on Syria. Are German prosecutors always this bad?
- Charlie Kimber, Simon Assaf and Kevin Ovenden completely decimate the latest attack by the extraordinarily embarrassing Norm Coleman on George Galloway (see also here and here). The people of Minnesota are going to have to start wearing paper bags over their heads saying "I didn't vote for him, it was Diebold."
- While people worry about an attack on Iran that is never going to happen (the United States would never attack a potential ally of Israel), the American ground war against Syria has already started, and Saudi Arabia is on deck.
- Even the ultra-ultra-ultra conservative Los Angeles Times is having trouble swallowing the official explanation of the Danziger Bridge incidents.
Saturday, November 26, 2005
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