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E-Mail Provided by Ben Birnbaum Connecting Washington Times to Tel-Aviv Document Heist

E-Mail Provided by Ben Birnbaum Connecting Washington Times to Tel-Aviv Document Heist

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***Caveat: The Washington Times and Ben Birnbaum probably did not know how their info was obtained and there is nothing ethically or legally wrong with their choice to publish. This is a story about sloppy journalism and fills in a missing piece in a developing Israeli story about the depths to which forces seeking to suppress dissent have sunk. ***

This is the stolen e-mail Ben Birnbaum gave me connecting The Washington Times to a Tel-Aviv document heist (http://bit.ly/hCGvSy), which included interception of privileged attorney-client communications. Investigators could make the connection to theft the original scan included annotations and other forensic data. What kind of journalist compromises his sources like this? Birnbaum has an interesting background. Apparently impressed by Birnbaum's positions on Muslims (http://bit.ly/igmp1O) and torture (http://bit.ly/gSYaEj) Marty Peretz hired the Hasbara prize winner (http://bit.ly/i8ezA1) for the New republic this spring.

***Caveat: The Washington Times and Ben Birnbaum probably did not know how their info was obtained and there is nothing ethically or legally wrong with their choice to publish. This is a story about sloppy journalism and fills in a missing piece in a developing Israeli story about the depths to which forces seeking to suppress dissent have sunk. ***

This is the stolen e-mail Ben Birnbaum gave me connecting The Washington Times to a Tel-Aviv document heist (http://bit.ly/hCGvSy), which included interception of privileged attorney-client communications. Investigators could make the connection to theft the original scan included annotations and other forensic data. What kind of journalist compromises his sources like this? Birnbaum has an interesting background. Apparently impressed by Birnbaum's positions on Muslims (http://bit.ly/igmp1O) and torture (http://bit.ly/gSYaEj) Marty Peretz hired the Hasbara prize winner (http://bit.ly/i8ezA1) for the New republic this spring.

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Published by: Didi Remez on Dec 31, 2010
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Didi Remez added this note
Caveat: The Washington Times and Ben Birnbaum probably did not know how their info was obtained and there is nothing ethically or legally wrong with their choice to publish. This is a story about sloppy journalism and fills in a missing piece in a developing Israeli story about the depths to which forces seeking to suppress dissent have sunk.
Didi Remez added this note
This is the stolen e-mail Ben Birnbaum gave me connecting The Washington Times to a Tel-Aviv document heist (http://bit.ly/hCGvSy), which included interception of privileged attorney-client communications. Investigators could make the connection to theft the original scan included annotations and other forensic data. What kind of journalist compromises his sources like this?
Didi Remez added this note
Birnbaum has an interesting background. Apparently impressed by Birnbaum's positions on Muslims (http://bit.ly/igmp1O) and torture (http://bit.ly/gSYaEj) Marty Peretz hired the Hasbara prize winner (http://bit.ly/i8ezA1) for the New republic this spring.

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