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“Right Wing” Colombian drug lord pleads guilty in NY

By See-Dubya  •  June 20, 2008 05:44 PM

“Right wing” how?

Copyright hypocrites at the Associated Press

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 15, 2008 10:07 PM

Chutzpah.

The AP’s non-correction correction

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 31, 2007 03:52 PM

Wow. Just wow. The Associated Press puts its advocacy spin and institutional arrogance on naked display in a story hot off the wires. You know those four mosques that AP reporter Qais Al Bashir and AP source Capt. Jamil Hussein claimed had been “destroyed” and “torched” and “burned and blew up“? The ones we showed […]

Fact-checking the AP and Jamil Hussein

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 21, 2007 09:26 AM

My report on our investigation of the Associated Press’s four destroyed mosques/six immolated Sunnis story is up at the New York Post. We’ll have video and audio, including comments from Dagger Brigade members about the AP’s faulty coverage and rumor-based war reporting, at Hot Air tomorrow morning. Excerpt: WELL, the Iraqi Ministry of Interior says […]

Big Lizards: Jamil, We Hardly Knew Ye

By mmguestblogger  •  January 12, 2007 09:30 PM

Under no circumstances should anybody even imagine, even for a nanosecond entertain the notion, that this post is by our dearest Michelle (who is either in Iraq or in next-door Okinawa, as I understand it, but I’ve never been either place, so what do I know?) Rather, this post is by Dafydd of Big Lizards […]

Big Lizards: Jamil Hussein – What’s In a Name?

By mmguestblogger  •  January 9, 2007 05:43 PM

This post is by Dafydd of Big Lizards, not by our dearest Michelle. So there. ~^~ According to Curt at Flopping Aces, one reason that the Iraqi Ministry of the Interior (MOI) — boss of the National Police — and Multinational Force Iraq (MNFI) were unable to locate Police Captain Jamil Hussein at the Khadra […]

Big Lizards: Media Matters In the Meme Streets of Baghdad – iii

By mmguestblogger  •  January 9, 2007 12:48 AM

Continued yet again from the previous lizard post… This is the last part of the triptych; you are now free to move about the cabin. ~^~ This post is by the lizards (mostly Sachi), not by our dearest Michelle; third time’s the charm: I finally understood, after MM switched to a real cell phone instead […]

And now, a PSA from See-Dubya

By See-Dubya  •  January 8, 2007 01:13 PM

¡Hola damas y caballeros! Me llamo See Dubya… Whoops, wrong blog. This here’s See-Dubya, and I’ll be helping to keep things buzzing while Michelle is sightseeing in an undisclosed location that begins with an “I” and ends with a “Vietnam-like capitulation to terrorists”, at least if Pelosi gets her way. You might have caught me […]

Corrections

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 6, 2007 09:40 PM

On December 26 and December 27, I linked to a photo publicized by radio talker Scott Hennen and Power Line of Sen. John Kerry in Iraq. Milblogger Ben of Mesopotamia, an Army Captain in Iraq, had posted the photo and recounted on Dec. 18: On Saturday night, a colleague emailed me and told me to […]

Jamil Hussein development: “Faces arrest?”

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 4, 2007 05:26 PM

***updates: Eason Jordan weighs in…plus…AP stringer found dead**** Just received this from Linda Wagner of the Associated Press: The following news story about your recent inquiry has just moved on the AP wire. BC-Iraq-Jamil Hussein,1116< Iraq threatens arrest of police captain who spoke to media< By STEVEN R. HURST= Associated Press Writer= BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) […]

Going to Iraq

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 3, 2007 11:00 AM

Paging Kathleen Carroll My blogging has been lighter than usual the past few weeks due to family time, Fox News duties, holiday chaos, holiday illness–and, yes, planning for a trip to Iraq. As you know, ex-CNN newsman Eason Jordan extended an invitation to me three weeks ago to go to Iraq to investigate the Associated […]

The AP (non-)responds andanother search comes up empty

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 21, 2006 04:40 PM

Yesterday, I contacted the AP about the “Jamil Hussein”/Jamil Ghdaab Gulaim/Ghulaim findings and asked these simple questions: Ref. http://michellemalkin.com/archives/006579.htm 1. Is Jamil Ghdaab Gulaim the real name of your oft-cited source, “Captain Jamil Hussein” aka ” Jamil Gholaiem Hussein?” 2. If not, where is “Captain Jamil Hussein” currently working? If he is a Baghdad police […]

Tracing “Jamil Hussein’s” footstepsand ignoring anti-blog hatred

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 20, 2006 03:17 PM

After receiving initial reports from a Civilian Police Advisory Training Team (CPATT) source two days ago and investigating further, here’s what I can tell you: According to two CPATT officials–one in the U.S, one in Iraq–there is no one named “Jamil Hussein” working now or ever at either at the Yarmouk or al Khadra police […]

Retraction: “Jamil Hussein”

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 18, 2006 11:04 AM

A few minutes ago, I posted an update to the Jamil Hussein story. My source just informed me that he had incorrect information. I’m removing the post. I’ll update as soon as I know more. Update: Marc Danziger reports the results of his investigation.

What’s so funny about going to Iraq?Plus: More questions for AP

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 15, 2006 02:13 PM

***10/16 update…Marc Danziger at Armed Liberal claims there may be a “Jamail Hussein in the Yarmouk police station in Baghdad”…See-Dubya is skeptical…I have contacted CENTCOM for comment…stay tuned…*** Eason Jordan has further comment on his invitation and my acceptance: Some of you have asked what’s up with IraqSlogger’s invitation to send Michelle Malkin to Iraq. […]

Looking for Jamil Hussein: Accepting Eason Jordan’s invitation

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 14, 2006 07:01 AM

My new travel partner? Eason Jordan reports on his new website, Iraqslogger, that his team is in Baghdad looking for Jamil Hussein. They have not found him yet–which is newsworthy in itself–and get this: He has offered to pay for me to join the search in Iraq and accompany me: Who is Jamil Hussein? Michelle […]

Eason Jordan is back

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 13, 2006 05:29 PM

Well, this should be interesting. I’m sure bloggers will be checking in to see what defamatory statements and rumors former CNN head Eason Jordan will be posting on his new website, Iraqslogger: For the past four years there has been no shortage of news and views on Iraq and the long-running war there. What’s been […]

Eric Boehlert: Clown of the day

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 12, 2006 03:55 PM

Don’t you love farce? Eric Boehlert has a post titled “Michelle Malkin fiddles while Baghdad burns” that’s making the rounds on the moonbat side of the blogosphere. Bob Owens has a takedown of the Media Matters bloviator here: In Michelle Malkin fiddles while Baghdad burns, Boehlert dishonestly addresses the continuing Associated Press scandal surrounding the […]

AP: Still not off the hookPlus: The Question

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 8, 2006 10:02 AM

“Who is Jamil Hussein?” is becoming the new “Who is John Galt?”–a blogospheric refrain that both summarizes and challenges MSM apathy about its questionable war reporting. Townhall’s Mary Katharine Ham is the latest to pose the question in the Washington Examiner. Historian and Army infantry officer Robert Bateman, using the latest AP scandal over its […]

Questioning a NYTimes reporter; challenging CBS News & ASNE

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 5, 2006 09:15 AM

The Associated Press controversy over its six burning Sunnis story is not just about AP. It’s a burning credibility crisis that stretches from Pallywood to the Fauxtography scandal and beyond. Milblogger Greyhawk takes on the Times’ Ed Wong and his reporting in Hurriya. Greyhawk zeroes in on this paragraph: From morning until afternoon, at least […]

The alleged war atrocity thatthe NYTimes can’t substantiate

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 4, 2006 09:26 AM

***update: video – Jules Crittenden on Fox*** The controversy over the Associated Press’ coverage of the alleged burning of six burning Sunnis in Hurriya, Iraq last month continues–even if most of the media refuses to confront it. This morning, the New York Times’ Tom Zeller–one of the few on the case–follows up his blog coverage […]

Rumors and reporting in Iraq

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 30, 2006 10:39 AM

***scroll for updates…NYTimes blogger Tom Zeller Jr weighs in…plus: bloggers note the significance of the capture of Mazer Al-Jubouri, aka the Baghdad Sniper, and his group…103pm Eastern…Curt has posted the AP’s non-response response…802pm Eastern update on the source list…see below…*** I’ve been following up with CENTCOM on the Associated Press/sketchy sources brouhaha. Just heard this […]

Burning Sunnis, burning mosques, burning questions

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 29, 2006 02:00 PM

***update: Action item…Bruce Kesler has contact info for the AP Board of Directors*** My column and Vent today cover the Associated Press controversy over the six-burned-alive-Sunnis story. Shortly after I filed and taped, the AP released its statement (which I finally received this morning after my Gmail problems) and a new story on the incident, […]

Burning Six update: The AP responds (to USA Today);update: and now, a new AP account

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 28, 2006 04:58 PM

***scroll for updates…(fyi, my gmail is still down. if you are trying to reach me, use this temporary address: malkinblog-at-yahoo.com)…see below for AP tinfoil hat editorializing…plus, read Mary Katharine Ham’s very useful reconstruction of how the AP story moved and evolved on the wires…*** ***940pm Eastern update. This is really dishonest. Yahoo! is now featuring […]

Fake news vs. real news from Iraq

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 28, 2006 07:35 AM

Poll time: Who’s the biggest terrorist propaganda tool? The Associated Press The New York Times CNN al Jazeera    10:35am Eastern update: Here are the results three hours into the pollling. The blabbermouths at the NYTimes are still ahead… *** Not to skew the poll results, but the Associated (with terrorists) Press has a lot […]

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