Sibel Edmons, a 33-year-old former FBI translator alleges that
she read intelligence reports from the summer of 2001 that al Qaeda operatives planned to fly hijacked airplanes into U.S. skyscrapers.
This directly conflicts with Rice’s testimony. Her allegations and the reportage on it so far point out very distinct differences between American media and the rest of the world.
Edmonds’s story has been almost uniformly ignored in the U.S. daily press. Clearly, what we have here are two different standards of journalism: one American, one nearly global. The question is where does this difference come from?
Food for thought.