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CBS announces a million dollar spectacular:
Over on the News site - congrats kids!
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles are husband and wife, capping a decades-long romance that survived scrutiny, scandal, and the prince's first marriage to Princess Diana.
True love conquers all.
Also, if you search deep enough, you'll find the video segment from CBS news' report on their cameraman. CBSnews.com video is always free, thanks in part to Wal Mart.
"From every indication that we had, the work he'd done for us over the past three months had been exceptional." The reporter also notes that the Iraqis working for American media are at great risk, and if they are caught with American press ID in some of the places they are sent they will be less than popular in those places.
Should you be captured, the secretary will deny any knowledge of your mission...Posted by Mission Implausible at April 10, 2005 12:47 AM
"From every indication that we had, the work he'd done for us over the past three months had been exceptional"
A regular "Johnny Jihadi" on the spot.Posted by Soldier's Dad at April 10, 2005 01:20 AM
I wonder if Americans would stop shopping Wal Mart if they knew they were funding terrorists killing American soldiers in Iraq?
There's a project left and right could get together on.Posted by Shop Target at April 10, 2005 02:29 AM
Like Greyhawk indicates, this is about money. CBS' Lee Cowan confirmed the Iraqi free-lance cameraman who was shot and wounded by US troops on Tuesday has worked for CBS for three months. He added he was filming "a car bombing up in Mosel" and that without them [Iraqi cameramen] "it would be simply impossible" for our nation to see the film reports we see every night. Cowan also said the cameraman was shot right after the terrorist standing next to him was shot and killed. Our military says he must have been forewarned to have filmed four car bombings so soon after they occurred. CBS is paying an Iraqi free-lance cameramen to film attacks on coalition forces, including our troops, so their already lousy ratings don't drop so low that even Wal Mart won't pay them to run commercials during CBS' Evening News and before its CBSnews.com reports. CBS wants its share of the blood money, plain and simple.Posted by Tim Sumner at April 10, 2005 11:57 AM Hide Comments | Show/Add Comments in Popup Window(4) | (Note: You must refresh main page to view newly posted comments here)