Friday, May 28, 2004
DAILY 7: POW MURDERED BY IRAQIS; DIVERSITY IN THE MEDIA?; TERRORIST GADAHN; HOWIE CARR ON BOSTON; JONAH GOLDBERG; WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL
Danielle Green lost her hand in Iraq; Donald Walters, POW, was executed by his Iraqi captors
Ex-Notre Dame Women's basketball player loses hand in Iraq
Green graduated from Notre Dame in 1999. She was an assistant girls basketball coach at Washington High School in her hometown of Chicago before going to Chicago State as an assistant coach. She enlisted in the Army in 2003 and was sent to Iraq five months ago as part of a military police unit based at Fort Lewis in Washington state.
American POW was murdered in Iraq
A soldier thought to have been killed in combat in the opening days of Operation Iraqi Freedom was instead murdered by his Iraqi captors, according to a military investigation. Sgt. Donald Walters, part of the 507th Maintenance Company, which included Pfc. Jessica Lynch, was found to have been taken captive on March 23, 2003, when the company's convoy became lost in Nasiriya. He was later killed by his unknown captors, according to a military criminal investigation.
FRED BARNES IS CALLING FOR DIVERSITY IN THE MEDIA
ONE OF THE 7 MOST WANTED TERRORISTS IS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN
Adam Yahihyi Gadahn was 17 years old when he walked into the Islamic Society of Orange County and asked for permission to worship there. The farm boy who grew up in a home with Christian roots declared himself a Muslim, ready to immerse himself in his new religion.
HOWIE CARR: BOSTON IS BRACING FOR BEANTOWN LOCKDOWN
For years, the liberal warhorses of the state's all-Democratic Congressional delegation have thundered about how the average American worker was "one missed paycheck away" from homelessness. Now Rep. Michael Capuano blithely advises his constituents here to simply take the entire week off.
JONAH GOLDBERG: FOX NEWS IS POPULIST
AT LEAST 1 PERSON DOESN'T LIKE THE NEW WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL: IT'S CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
The pool, with its fountains, makes a nice space for tourists and toddlers to dip their feet on a hot summer's day. But as a remembrance of the most momentous event of the 20th century, it is a disaster.