yes on my radio show i said that lilly saying critics have picked and
chosen which documents to present is like saying that if there are 100
pieces of evidence at a crime scene, the prosecutor can't pick the
evidence that proves the crime because they are not seeing the whole
>> Also, someone in the u.k. has been reading the "top secret" docs...
> and so it spreads...
> Lilly's claims that the documents are incomplete are irrelevant. In
> another recent 1st Amendment battle U.S. Magistrate Judge James C.
> Francis IV writes
> "The mere fact that a given document does not provide the reader with a
> full picture does not make it unreliable," he wrote. "Additionally, the
> city gives the general public very little credit when it contends that
> readers will be unable to grasp that the information contained in these
> documents might be incomplete or inaccurate."
>> PLoS is an Open Access journal... free culture meets psych rights once again.
>> - Fletch
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