« on: June 25, 2003, 10:55 PM »
Sad to say, but most of that info is well known to the people who want to know it already. Those reports are just illustrating knowledge that's already out there.
You could find out most of the info you cited just by running a google search. Car thiefs already know what to do. The smart ones figure things out, while the dumb ones get caught and go to jail. As for the military's weapons and capabilities...just find a series of books by a company called Jane's. They have information about the armed forces of most major countries. Again, not new info.
As for the media reporting on the war...you're way off base. The media outlets who had reporters embedded with troops had clear guidelines that they had to adhere to. And they did. One of the only instances of a violation of the rules of embedment was a report by Geraldo Rivera. He actually gave out his unit's position, which is a clear violation of the rules. He was then sent back to Kuwait from his unit, and now Fox reporter was allowed to take his place.