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August 07, 2007

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The New Republic deserves the benefit of the doubt. It's not as if they have a history of publishing fabulist articles full of detail that seems too good to be true.

"the military is saying that the story is false but not providing enough details to evaluate the claim."

Fair enough. But from what I've read, you could also say:

"TNR is saying that the story is true but not providing enough details to evaluate the claim."

Obfuscation claims can go both ways, it seems.

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