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Friday, February 11, 2005
[Media Source*] It looks like our liberal CNN friend has left the building so to speak over allegations of his remarks which were "not as clear as they should have been" according to Eason Jordan
Eason Jordan/CNN Photo
"After 23 years at CNN, I have decided to resign in an effort to prevent CNN from being unfairly tarnished by the controversy over conflicting accounts of my recent remarks regarding the alarming number of journalists killed in Iraq," Jordan said in a letter to colleagues.
Now this is funny.
"I have devoted my professional life to helping make CNN the most trusted and respected news outlet in the world, and I would never do anything to compromise my work or that of the thousands of talented people it is my honor to work alongside.
After Fox News that is.
"While my CNN colleagues and my friends in the U.S. military know me well enough to know I have never stated, believed, or suspected that U.S. military forces intended to kill people they knew to be journalists, my comments on this subject in a World Economic Forum panel discussion were not as clear as they should have been."
Too bad he quit. I was looking forward to the video. I guess that makes four who have been blogged...
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