Tehran calling

In the New York Sun Eli Lake reports on the lead to Iran in the JFK investigation. The Sun devotes an editorial to the subject as well, focusing on the Tehran-Caracas connection. The New York post devotes an editorial to the New York Times’s lack of interest in the subject:

[F]ar more important to the Times than the prospect of a plot aiming to out-do 9/11 were front-page stories about:
* The debate over the legality of detaining “boy fighters” in the Guantanamo prison camp.
* How the brick laying trade in India is benefiting peasants.
* Proper upkeep for “the most treasured violins.”
Let’s be clear here: The “paper of record” isn’t guilty of merely poor news judgment. It’s got an agenda.

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