May 27 2007

ABC News Killed Good People

Published by at 7:25 pm under All General Discussions,Iran

ABC News recently blew open a CIA effort to topple the Iranian regime (and therefore avoid a military confrontation with the West over nuclear weapons and Iran’s multi-front terrorist war in Iraq and Lebanon and Afghanistan). And as feared, Iran took advantage of this treason-for-Pulitzer, corporate greed and was able to take action against the brave people trying to avert a confrontation with Iran:

Iran said it has uncovered spy rings organised by the United States and its Western allies, claiming on state-run television that the espionage networks were made up of “infiltrating elements from the Iraqi occupiers.”

The Intelligence Ministry has “succeeded in identifying and striking blows at several spy networks comprised of infiltrating elements from the Iraqi occupiers in western, southwestern and central Iran,” said the statement yesterday, using shorthand for United States and its allies.

One can only how much blood is on ABC’s hands. What price did people pay for ABC’s ratings? ABC’s criminal acts have led to a disaster for people who want Iran to exist in peace with its neighbors

11 responses so far

11 Responses to “ABC News Killed Good People”

  1. kathie says:

    ABC claims that no one begged them not to print the story so they did. Well the government begged before, NSA, and no one listened.

  2. kathie says:

    ABC claims that no one begged them not to print the story so they did. Well the government begged before, NSA, and no one listened.

  3. Jacqui says:

    ABC has blood on its hands along with whomever passed along this information. They were so anxious to prosecute someone who may have mentioned Plame but when it comes to outing real agents the Dems and the NYT are silent. Where is Schumer and his committee now? Why aren’t they investigating this…or perhaps could it be … that he or members of his committee are the source….

  4. MerlinOS2 says:

    Libby is up for 3 years and the prosecutor is using a never before tactic of saying I don’t want to sentence him on the crime he committed, but the harsher crime he may have thought I was putting him in danger of.

    It’s in the sentence recommendation calculation attachment to his filing.

    What a crock.

  5. MerlinOS2 says:

    Update: The Government’s calculations were just filed. They are not (as I thought, therefore I deleted a paragraph above so speculating) that they are asking for an enhancement for abuse of special trust. Surprisingly, to me, over the contrary finding of the Probation Department, they are asking the Court to apply the guideline for the IIPA and Espionage Act, under the theory that cross-referencing guidelines is permitted because the investigation in which Libby lied and obstructed justice pertained to those offenses, even though no one was charged. I totally disagree with that.

  6. BarbaraS says:

    That ruling means that Libby could be sentenced for a crime for which he was never tried. What’s with Fitzgerald? Is he trying to make us a totalitarian country? Whatever happened to the rule of law? Sounds like Fitzgerald is making up his own laws.

  7. BarbaraS says:

    Also an ethical and honest person would not have accepted the assignment of special prosecutor under the terms it was given to him. No one person should have that much power. I think he was part of the cabal to bring down the president. And so was Comey. Either that, or they took advantage of circumstances to get the same result.

  8. MerlinOS2 says:


    That makes as much sense as if I had a fender bender down town that took out a guys headlight and the judge sentenced me under the guidelines for attempted murder since the guy MAY have been porking my wife.

  9. lurker9876 says:

    It doesn’t matter whether ABC was begged to or not to print. These guys have to exercise common sense, morals, ethics, and integrity to print or not print. Obviously, ABC lacked the common sense, et al, to print it and should never have printed it.

  10. BarbaraS says:

    No, their BDS is so strong they will not let this administration succeed at anything if they can stop it. That is the basis of all their actions. To them Al Quaeda is not the enemy, the republicans are. If there was the slightest chance we could win with Iran without military action the dims will try to stop us. The left has always had a take no prisoners attitude and always run roughshod over everyone who gets in their way and they have taken over the dim party. I doubt that the dim party will ever get rid of them because they are so entrenched.

  11. BarbaraS says:

    But Merlin, how can he he do this? Walton implicitly said the trial was not about Valerie Plame and no evidence could be presented yea or nay. It was about perjury and obstruction. The law does not allow a prosecutor to change a jury verdict. What is it with these dim prosecutors? Do they think they have more power than the president? Do you know if the prosecutor in the Michael Jackson case was a democrat or republican? If a democrat that would make five dim prosecutors who have run amok with Comey included.