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Are Embedded Journalist Harmful To The American/Iraqi Success In Falluja?

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posted on Nov, 8 2004 @ 10:50 AM
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The lastest plan to rid Falluja of insurgents has begun.

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CNN's Jane Arraf, embedded with U.S. troops on the northeast edge of the Falluja, said that the forces cut power to the city before the start of the assault.

More than 10,000 forces -- Marines, U.S. soldiers and Iraqi forces -- are expected to be involved in the assault. On Monday morning, tanks and attack vehicles streamed through the desert, getting in position for the fight.

Military officials say 3,000 to 5,000 insurgents may be inside the city, but they acknowledge many may have slipped away amid widespread reports that a new offensive was coming.
www.cnn.com...

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I am glad to see we are finally taking steps to secure Iraq. However, it is widely known that these terrorist or insurgents have access to US Media via Satelite TV and Internet. Knowing that they can watch our news does it make since to have CNN reports reporting where they are and what they plan to do.

I know they do not let out specific information but any information helps the insurgents. After all, "Military officials acknowledge many may have slipped away amid widespread reports that a new offensive was coming." (Link Above)




 
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