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Amnesty International condemns American killing of carload of Al-Qaeda
terrorists in Yemen. America should have arrested these men, says AI, and
brought them to US for trial. How exactly one is to arrest suspected
terrorists in Yemen is not explained by Amnesty International.
1. Michelle Malkin's article Winona and the Wichita Massacre (Townhall.com,
11-08-2002) on how the press covered an unimportant trial - the Winona Ryder
shoplifting trial - and disregarded the trial in Wichita at the same time in
which two black men were found guilty of rape and murdering four whites. She
contends that the races were "wrong" for the press to report the Wichita
2. Events reported by the media that were not relay as important as their
amount of coverage.
New York Times article (10-29-02) on the moral and ethical problems of
lawyers billing by the hour.