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How UK Journalists are compromised

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Submitted by Ted Tollman (United Kingdom), Aug 4, 2006 at 04:30

If you are a journalist on your own and far from home in a middle eastern hotel room late at night, and a photocopy of your passport and details of your family member's names and addresses appears on your FAX machine.....with the words "we know who you are and where you live"........how would that affect the copy that you send to your editor?

Answer that question and you will know why there are no investigative journalists looking at anything but Israel's wrongdoings

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