Veteran war reporter, Peter Arnett, was sacked by both NBC and National Geographics for giving an interview to Iraqi state TV.
He supposedly questioned the effectiveness of the coalition tactics and the miscalculations on the US military's part.
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Just make me wonder, since most of the reporters in Iraq are embedded with the US army, doesn't it just make it easily for the US Army to show the journalists what they are only allowed to see? It's a really ingenious idea for a media clampdown, dun you think?