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October 30, 2006

WB: Miller's Crossing

Billmon:

Miller's Crossing

Posted by b on October 30, 2006 at 03:17 AM | Permalink

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God damn it. Why is she back?

I am, however, always amused to go the Middle East section of the bookstore and see one of her screeds.

Posted by: Rowan | Oct 30, 2006 5:56:20 AM | 1

So glad to see her doing well...

I saw a favorite vocalist's of mine, who fronts for two of my favorite but quite different bands live In Portland 22 -11 -2003 and missed it if it happened, but It was rumored that Maynard (the lead singer) of the band Tool whose side project entitled A perfect Circle dedicated this song to Judas Judy Miller of the NYT's. It wouldn't surprize me as he is quite outspoken politically.


The Noose

So glad to see you well
Overcome and completely silent now
Without herself
You cast your demons out
And not to pull your halo down
Around your neck and tug you off your cloud
But I'm more than just a little curious
How you're planning to go about
Making your amends to the dead
To the dead

Recall the deeds as if
They're all someone else's
Atrocious stories
Now you stand reborn before us all
So glad to see you well

And not to pull your halo down
Around your neck and tug you to the ground
But I'm more than just a little curious
How you're planning to go about
Making your amends to the dead
To the dead

With your halo slipping down
Your halo slipping
Your halo slipping down
Your halo slipping down
Your halo slipping down [repeated]

Your halo slipping down to choke you now

Performed by a perfect circle ()

Posted by: Uncle $cam | Oct 30, 2006 6:08:55 AM | 2

Saluting with her other right hand.

Nice touch.

Posted by: sysprog | Oct 30, 2006 9:20:56 AM | 3

Too bad all her previous writing wasn't classified as 'opinion.'

Posted by: biklett | Oct 30, 2006 12:27:17 PM | 4

Judith Miller Agrees To Testify in Chicago Hamas Trial

By MIKE ROBINSON Associated Press, October 20, 2006

Assistant U.S. Attorney Carrie Hamilton said in the government's opening statement that the admissions made by Mr. Salah in 1993 would show he had delivered cash to Hamas military units.

She also said a former New York Times reporter, Judith Miller, would testify that she witnessed part of the interrogation of Mr. Salah and saw no torture or mistreatment.

http://www.nysun.com/article/41960?page_no=2>NY Sun

Former New York Times Reporter Judith Miller to Be Keynote Speaker for Readiness Conference at Kansas State

Oct. 27 (AScribe Newswire) -- Judith Miller, the Pulitzer Prize-winning former New York Times investigative reporter who went to jail to protect a confidential source, will be the keynote speaker at a crisis communications conference at Kansas State University.

http://newswire.ascribe.org/cgi-bin/behold.pl?ascribeid=20061027.061110.2&time=08%2000%20PDT&year=2006&public=0> link

Posted by: Noirette | Oct 30, 2006 2:57:59 PM | 5

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