Reuters does a little trick of ignoring the biggest part of a story in a piece about Egypt cracking down on terror rebels. Reuters drops this sentence into their story about the effort.
The army seized weapons including anti-aircraft missiles, he said. Motorized paragliders had also been found, which he said showed an effort to develop new methods of attack.
The Egyptian Army has seized anti-aircraft missiles? That’s a fairly astonishing fact. Yet out of the 500 or so words used for their story, the anti-aircraft missiles are never mentioned again. There is no follow-up as to where the missiles came from, how many there are, who exactly is using them, etc.
Here’s a line of theory that, one would think, would be a gold mine of a direction for a news agency as big as Reuters to take.
On August 12, 2013 Joe DiGenova, attorney for one of the Benghazi whistleblowers, told Washington D.C.’s WMAL that one of the reasons people have remained tight-lipped about Benghazi is because 400 U.S. missiles were “diverted to Libya” and ended up being stolen and falling into “the hands of some very ugly people.”
Is it that hard to ask the real questions when it comes to major globalist corporate media?
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