The AP won a 2005 Pulitzer for its photo coverage of the Iraq War. But the US Military discovered one of the photographers - Bilal Hussein - had been cozy with terrorists when he got that coverage. Nineteen months later, they are releasing him to Iraqi authorities and turning over evidence. Jim Hanson has details.
PJM's Jim Hanson, of Blackfive.net, takes an in-depth look at the tragedy that occurred in Haditha on November 19, 2005. As to whether or not the killings of Iraqis on that day constituted a crime, Hanson contends that "all available documents and reports and most of the testimony" say no.