Eldon Warman
MEDIA COVERUP: It's no longer "who killed Nick Berg?"
Fri May 28, 2004 01:43

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Subject: Nick Berg beheading is THE SAME CAMERA that took the prison torture video
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 15:13:23 -0600
From: Eldon Warman warmael@hotmail.com
To: apfn@apfn.org

It's no longer "who killed Nick Berg?" but "Why did the American
government kill Nick Berg?"

OK - we may have the in smoking gun the Berg video that proves the Nick
Berg was killed by Americans at Abu Ghraib prison. I have been seeing
some messages that if proved to be so answers the question as to who
really killed Berg.

There has been a semi-secret government initiative to add digital
signatures to various digital consumer products. Photocopiers and
digital cameras store an encrypted signature to identify the unit that
made the video. This digitial signature is totally inique to each device
and is more unique than a fingerprint.

Today new pictures were released of prison torture at Abu Ghraib prison.
But not just still pictures. Today video was released showing prisoners
being tortured by Americans. Aparently Kodak film experts are Kodak Park
in Rochester New York have compared the digital watermarks of the
turture video and the beheading video and have determined that one of
the cameras used in the Nick Berg beheading is THE SAME CAMERA that took
the prison torture video.

If true then there is NO DOUBT that Berg was killed by Americans at Abu
Ghraib prison.



Who is Nick Berg? It's understandable if you're asking yourself that question. That's because he's all but disappeared from America's newspapers. The world learned of his grisly murder on May 11th. His murder was off the front page after a day. And just five days later news stories about him were nearly non-existent.

Only one front page news story appeared in the Sunday, May 16th editions of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, New York Times, and the Washington Post. The other 13 stories and editorials - many providing only fleeting references to Berg -- were buried deep in the papers. Compare this to the Abu Ghraib prison mistreatment issue which was made public nearly two weeks earlier. In the same Sunday editions there were a total of 52 stories and editorials. Every paper ran one or more front page stories. This doesn't count the numerous passing mentions of Abu Ghraib in other stories.

So let's recap. An American citizen is executed in perhaps the most barbarous manner possible by the senior Al Qaeda figure living in Iraq and it's no longer newsworthy after four days. But mistreatment of prisoners by photographing them nude, placing women's undergarments on their heads and punching and kicking them by a handful of rogue soldiers is still front page news after a month.

A word of advice. Question the motives of anyone who argues there is no liberal media.


If Fear Fails, What's Next?
Magic City Morning Star, ME - 50 minutes ago
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