--- "J. R. Molloy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> UK firm decodes 'bin Laden's messages' on internet
> A UK communications firm has unearthed coded
> messages on the Internet which
> may be linked to Osama bin Laden.
Time for skepticism. Part of the war on terrorism is
an information war. What little credence one might
have summoned up, prior to 9/1, for any particular
media factoid has IMO dried up.
Why would something like the above appear in print if
it were true?
Better phrasing of the same question: What purpose
does the above factoid serve for the "side" which
controls this particular media outlet, and authorized
the factoid's publication?
Best, Jeff Davis
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