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November 21, 2004

He doesn't want, but the world people do

Texas Democrat Sylvestre Reyes says it's time to rethink the presence of embedded reporters in combat zones. During a hearing of the House Armed Services Committee, Reyes compared it to a football game, saying "we don't want to know everything that's going on the field."

Although the "in-bedded" so-called journalists have been mostly serving the criminal activities of the war machines by becoming their propaganda tools, occasionally, things haven't gone exactly as planned and parts of the crimes captured by the cameras have been leaked. This is angering Mr. "Democrat" Sylvestre Reyes. He wants to make sure all the crimes committed by the US troops are kept from the eyes of the world, including the American public.

It is quite understood why Mr. Reyes doesn't want everything about this murderous war to be known but unlike Mr. Reyes, good people of the world don't consider the death of human beings as part a "footbal game" and don't take any pleasure in it. Unlike Mr. Reyes, Good people of the world "want to know everything that's going on in the field". Everything and not just the selected ones.

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