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Sunday, February 17, 2013
Aaron Klein Anonymous Source Watch
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Aaron Klein loves his anonymous sources so much, it seems, that he has managed to create another WorldNetDaily article just by having them supposedly repeat the same information they gave him before.

From Klein's Feb. 15 article:

WND has reconfirmed with multiple knowledgeable Middle Eastern security sources that the U.S. special mission in Benghazi was used to coordinate Arab arms shipments and other aid to the so-called rebels fighting in Libya and later in Syria.


Now knowledgeable security sources have reconfirmed WND’s original reporting on the use of the Benghazi mission in aiding the rebels who are known to be saturated by al-Qaida and other Islamic terrorist groups.

If this is such a solid story and these unverifiable anonymous sources are so "knowledgable,", why won't any of them go on the record? And why won't Klein tell us why he's granted these sources anonymity?

Beyond the fact that Klein grants pretty much everyone anonymity, that is.

Posted by Terry K. at 1:47 AM EST

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