Baghdad Museum Redux

I never posted anything about the Baghdad-museum looting during the full-on phase of the war. It just didn’t seem as important to me as the stuff about actual people getting blowed up and all that. But now that it has turned out that a lot of the hand-wringing about the US troops standing by while priceless antiquities were being looted was not exactly accurate (or even just flat-out untrue), conservative war supporters are paying gobs of attention to it.

So, here you go, fans of equal-opportunity lie exposure. Courtesy of Andrea Harris’ Too much to dream, a trio of recent items on the Baghdad-museum non-looting: Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit, John Malcom Russel in the Washington Post: We’re still missing the looting picture, and from The Guardian’s Rory McCarthy: Staff revolt at Baghdad museum.

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