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Was NYT's David
By Kurt Nimmo
The blogger Xymphora makes several good points about the supposed mugging-murder of the New York Times' recently retired journalist, David Rosenbaum, most notably the fact the crime did not resemble a normal mugging. Thus we must consider the possibility that Rosenbaum was assassinated for reasons that are not clear and probably never will be. Xymphora speculates that Rosenbaum "might reveal some of the secrets behind the odd relationship of the Times to the Bush Administration (holding stories of extreme national importance back for a year, and engaging in discussion of what news is 'fit to print'), or behind the campaign of lies told by the Times to help the Bush Administration trick the American people into the attack on Iraq."
A second suspect in the beating death of veteran New York Times reporter David Rosenbaum was arrested Friday night and charged with felony murder.
The suspect, Percy Jordan Jr., is a cousin of Michael Hamlin, who was arrested Thursday and was also charged with felony murder in Rosenbaum's death. Metropolitan Police Department Sgt. John Johnson would not comment on whether Hamlin gave his cousin's name to police or whether Jordan had confessed.
Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
I just think it was a case of Rosenbaum being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
I just think snipers and assassins would know that ATMs usually have cameras.