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Al Qaeda surveillance network exposed by US government, gets 30 seconds on FOX and Friends

Reported by Chrish - October 9, 2007 -

In one of the "Headlines" breaks on FOX and Friends this morning 10/09/07, where the newsreader (in this case Alisyn Camerota) breaks up the fluff and Democrat-bashing, viewers were quickly told that the latest Osama bin Laden tape released by the government tipped off Al Qaeda that certain channels were being monitored, causing them to adapt.

"A company that monitors terrorist activity says the feds tipped Al Qaeda to their spying operation when officials leaked the latest Bin Laden tape. The Site Institute said the premature disclosure tipped Al Qaeda to a security breach, destroying the company's years-long surveillance operation. But the Feds say they have their own means of watching Al Qaeda on the web."

That took just under 30 seconds for FOX to cover their butts. Officially now they've reported the story (blip) and now can get back to the scandalous earth-shattering news that Sandy Berger is informally advising Hillary Clinton's campaign. (Drip, drip, drip.)