October 28, 2009, - 3:22 pm
Today’s Chicago Tribune highlights the problem with chick reporters. A story written by three female reporters–Mary Wisniewski, Natasha Korecki, and Nancy Stuenkel–tells us this “important detail” about one of the Islamic terrorists indicted for using their Chicago-area halal slaughterhouse as a base for terror attacks in Denmark:
Denmark terrorism suspect a heroin smuggler with striking eyes: court records
Chicago Trib Reporters In Love w/ Islamic Terrorist’s “Striking” Eyes
Um, does anyone really believe that any court records anywhere in America said a terrorism suspect has “striking eyes”? And why the heck would we care what his eyes look like? How does that have anything to do with the guy’s involvement in international Islamic terrorism? So, if he’s got nice eyes, he couldn’t possibly be a terrorist? Hilarious. Guess what, Chicago Tribune?–They don’t all look as Halloween-scary as Mohammed Atta.
Reader Duane asks:
Relevance of striking eyes? Do they want to report on him or date him?
You can almost feel the drool dripping from their “reporting” on Daood Gilani a/k/a David Headley.
Two male reporters–Frank Main and Mark Konkol–also penned the story, but, hey, given their obsession with the terrorist’s looks, maybe they’re, um, “fans of Donna Summer,” if ya know what I mean.
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