Saturday, June 26, 2004

The New York Times > Technology > For Liars and Loafers, Cellphones Offer an Alibi

Unless the NYT does not consider Mohammed Ata to be a "liar" or a "loafer" then.....

This morning's NYT has a front-page below the fold article on cellphones being used to establish alibis.

(I assume alarms are ringing.)

If they are not, then quickly recall the rationale used to dismiss the Ata/Czechoslavakia sighting.

Since this was an obvious connect the dots, I expected an acknowledgement in the body of the article. (Conveniently located in the Business section.)

But nothing.

After yesterday's admittance by NYT to having documents showing contacts between AQ and Saddam's Iraq and now today's cellphone alibi article, is it any wonder that conservatives see the NYT as a liberal organ of mistruth?

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