Newsweek makes more nice with administration

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Newsweek is in the market for kneepads with its next Koran story referring "only to Pentgagon documents - incident logs created by guards and/or other military personnel. The article reports the Pentagon's conclusion, that none of the log entries reporting mishandling of the Koran were credible," writes TalkLeft. "Iskikoff doesn't even question why the investigation will be limited to reports 'found in the logs.' Logs written by prison guards? I'm not saying the detainees' claims are true, only that Isikoff should have mentioned them. By failing to even refer to the details of the claims, he wrote a misleading, biased, government propaganda piece." (TalkLeft)

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