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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Tony's Got a Secret

Time may reveal otherwise, but in my humble opinion, Tony Blair's reaction more than confirms that they indeed have something to hide:

The attorney general last night threatened newspapers with the Official Secrets Act if they revealed the contents of a document allegedly relating to a dispute between Tony Blair and George Bush over the conduct of military operations in Iraq.

It is believed to be the first time the Blair government has threatened newspapers in this way. Though it has obtained court injunctions against newspapers, the government has never prosecuted editors for publishing the contents of leaked documents, including highly sensitive ones about the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.

Threatening journalists to keep them from releasing a document that potentially contains plans to bomb other journalists... Ah, the price of spreading freedom and Democracy.

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