Programs! Can’t tell your narrative without a program!

Just in case you’re scoring at home, here’s a handy-dandy recap of all the changes in the narrative of the Bin Laden case.

1) There was a firefight.
2) There was no firefight.
3) Bin Laden was “resisting.”
4) Bin Laden wasn’t armed.  (Makes the concept of “resisting” interesting.)
[4.a) And the newest one: the SEALS thought bin Laden was reaching for a weapon.]
5) He used his wife as a shield.
6) His wife was killed too.
7) He didn’t use his wife as a shield.  She ran at a SEAL who shot her in the leg, but she’s fine.
8 ) Some other woman — the maid? — was used as a shield.  By somebody.  Downstairs.

Lots more at the link, since, as you might expect, eight bullet points barely scratches the surface of this curioser and curioser situation.

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