Monday, January 26, 2004
Here is something interesting from "Democracy Now!" It features a reporter following Wesley Clark around a New Hampshire town, asking him questions about civilian targets struck during the 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia by NATO troops led by Clark.
What I found most intriguing is almost off topic. When asked about the NATO bombing of Radio Television Serbia, in which sixteen civilians died, Clark says: "Because the truth was that that -- first of all, we gave warnings to Milosevic that that was going to be struck. I personally called the CNN reporter and had it set up so that it would be leaked, and Milosevic knew."
He personally called CNN and had them leak the story?