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David K. Shipler (born December 3, 1942) is an American author who won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1987 for Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land. He also wrote the book The Working Poor: Invisible in America. Born in Chatham, New Jersey,  he is an alumnus of Dartmouth College  and served on the college's board of trustees from 1993 to 2003. As a journalist for the New York Times he was their correspondent in Moscow and then Israel. At the end of his period in Israel he was reprimanded by the director of the Israeli government's press office for breaking military censorship rules; publishing a report about a bus hijacking after which two captured hijackers were killed.
Originally posted by someoneinnyc
I didn't think 'terrorists' surrendered.
This whole thing smells.
Originally posted by ButterCookie
Has anyone checked this story out yet? I am reading it now and it is blowing my mind.
I already knew that they did this, but for the fact that the New York Times is admitting it...adds to the credibility.
New York Times story: FBI regularly hatches terrorists plots
Originally posted by BriGuyTM90
Ithe only problem I have with the man hunt that took place and I MAY BE TOTALLY WRONG, But why not use a Helicopter with FLIR from the beginning?