As you are probably already aware, the Pentagon has released improperly redacted documents relating to the killing of an Italian quasi-civilian.
Redaction is supposed to be used only to protect national security secrets or to protect a person's privacy. So had that actually been the case, it would be a serious mistake worthy of high-level inquiry and severe punishment for whoever is responsible.
However, since apparently most of the redactions in this case were merely to cover up embarrassing negative information about the Iraq war, in this case it seems two wrongs actually make a right. So no harm done! Ha! Ha ha! Hahahahahahaha...ahhh, oh, fuck.
Also, NPR is really taken aback by all of this, with good reason. They have prepared a sobering editorial that I think any concerned American needs to read and digest. It concerns what is obviously the most important aspect of the whole crisis - the dangers of blogging.
I am not making this up. Really, I wish I were. I really, really do. Ohaaggghhhghhghghghhhh....
I just died of consternation. It's been real. See everybody on the flip side.