Sunday, March 12, 2006
Can the NYT be indicted for accessory to murder?
Wafa Sultan is being hunted by Islamic terrorists, so naturally the New York Times draws a roadmap to her house, and basically tells the world where her husband works, and where her three kids go to school. You may recall that these are the same people who put Abu Grahib photos on their front page and kept the story there, above the fold, for three months straight, and reported on the Danish cartoons without publishing the cartoons saying to do so "could incite violence." If Mrs. Sultan or any of her family die, will the NYT editors be tried as accessories to murder? If not, then why not?
Posted by dw at 23:31