CBS News Correspondent, Lara Logan Told Her Story of Rape and Terror . . .

. . . from the “hands” of 200 to 300 of those “freedom loving” Egyptians Friday, February 11, 2011 on “60 Minutes” Sunday night.

I nailed this freedom fraud from the beginning. To find out how thorough and accurate we’ve been, search the Trumpet for “Egypt.” February 17th, I wrote this:

You likely know Lara Logan, CBS News’ chief foreign affairs correspondent, was beaten and raped in Cairo last Friday. Oh, you hadn’t heard “raped?” Right, she was merely “assaulted.” That is one of the reasons we’re writing about it here. The dirty story, before it was cleaned up to “assault,” is she was severely beaten and repeatedly raped. Reason number two is, gee, I thought that crowd in the Cairo streets were only freedom seeking people celebrating the demise of their oppressor. At least 140 correspondents were injured or killed by the freedom loving gangs. Let’s declare that fairy tale permanently buried. And finally, did you notice CBS didn’t report the story? After others reported it, CBS released their terse statement, “assault.” Pitiful —but no surprise. Like all mainstream media, for CBS, the story line trumps the facts even when their own people are attacked.

Now Sunday, May 1, more than two and one half months later, “60 Minutes” did the right thing. My words above are gross understatements. Do watch the true story now.

Never forget this declaration, “What really struck me was how merciless they were. They really enjoyed my pain and suffering. It incited them to more violence”

  • Remember it every time you see Islam (mis)characterized.
  • Remember they were merciless.
  • Remember they enjoy inflicting pain and suffering.
  • Remember it incites them to more violence

One last thing, we did not cause it.

Our great friend, Pamela Geller has this matter covered like a blanket for you at Atlas Shrugs.

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