“This is like living in a Kafka novel,” said Joshua Micah Marshall, a Washington Monthly contributing writer and a Web blogger who had been collaborating with “60 Minutes” producers on the uranium story. “Here we had a very important, well-reported story about forged documents that helped lead the country to war. And then it gets bumped by another story that relied on forged documents.”
Wednesday, September 22, 2004
The story that didn't run
CBS was all set to run the story of the forged Niger yellow-cake documents when it got bumped by the Killian memos.