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Who can expose the depth of corruption?

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Submitted by Howard Newman (United States), Dec 12, 2002 at 09:52

I have suspected that this was true.... The question of course is who can expose this massive corruption, root it out of this horrible aspect of the administraion and at the same time make it clear that their actions are truly patriotic. The Bush adminisitration 's rhetoric has been good. Their actions against Saudi financed terroism have been deplorable leaving all of us vlulnerable to future attacks. As a respected journalist, can you find someone at the level of Rather or Brokaw who would take the risk and expose the depth of corruption that the Saudis have brought to this country?
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