Friday, March 16, 2007

Human Rights Watch to the rescue!

The New York Times tells us that Human Rights Watch is suspicious of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's confession, released yesterday: '"The grammar of it alone, when juxtaposed with his version of English, suggests it was prepared for him," [John] Sifton said. "It looked to me like it was printed out of whitehouse.gov."'

These guys are all heart, especially when you consider that Human Rights Watch is headquartered at the Empire State Building. Item 17 on KSM's litany of claims is 'I was responsible for planning, training, surveying, and financing the New (or Second) Wave attacks against [four skyscrapers including] The Empire State Building, New York City'.

1 Comments:

At 3:32 PM, Blogger http://wimw-conant.blogspot.com said...

The NYT cannot accept the fact that the GWOT is real and not a creation of the White House. Maybe if KSM personally walked in and blew up their building, they might start to be suspicious.

 

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