9/30/2005 01:02:00 PM|W|P|loboinok|W|P|Update: We have now been approached by Newsmax with interest for an advertisment. Their cost is the same, but will reach more people. We still want to put an ad in the Washinton Times, but we would also love to have one with Newsmax. So, we will shoot for double the original goal, but once we reach the original goal, we will use it for the Washington Times.
ACLU Vs. America
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Thank you for all the support to our cause.|W|P|112811072381818453|W|P|Washington Times Ad Fundraiser|W|P|loboinok@gmail.com9/29/2005 11:00:00 AM|W|P|Mike LaSalle|W|P|Item:

NEW YORK — Saying the United States “does not surrender to blackmail,” a judge ruled Thursday that pictures of detainee abuse at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison must be released over government claims that they could damage America’s image.

U.S. District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein ordered the release of certain pictures in a 50-page decision that said terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan have proven they “do not need pretexts for their barbarism.”

The ACLU has sought the release of 87 photographs and four videotapes taken at the prison as part of an October 2003 lawsuit demanding information on the treatment of detainees in U.S. custody and the transfer of prisoners to countries known to use torture. The ACLU contends that prisoner abuse is systemic. Source
I’m sure the ACLU are throwing a party with their buddies at CAIR over this one. Just what we all wanted, more sickening pictures to fuel the flames of jihad. Posted by Jay|W|P|112801705504702826|W|P|Judge orders release of Abu Ghraib photos|W|P|mike.lasalle@gmail.com