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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 […]

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