Jason Ditz


Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, discusses Pentagon criticisms of WikiLeaks’ Iraq War logs for simultaneously endangering the troops and having so little new information as to be non-newsworthy, exposing the military’s assertion that “we don’t do body counts” as a total lie, differing U.S. reactions to the nearly identical torture practices of Saddam Hussein’s regime and post-occupation Shi’ite allies and why the New York Times – despite a 10 week advance preview of the WikiLeaks documents – decided to lead with thin evidence of Iranian support for Iraqi militias.

MP3 here. (17:22)

Jason Ditz is the managing news editor at Antiwar.com.

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  1. I have had dicussions and debates with fellow citizens about this issue and my conclusion is most Americans do not care about carnage their military creates overseas. In fact, most support it because it gives them a vicarious feeling of empowerment. It's an ugly part of human nature.

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