Bremer spoke, Times goofed *

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That micro-controversy over whether or not the L.A. Times erred in making the point Tuesday in a front page story on Paul Bremer that he left Iraq without speechifying has been settled — they did. Err, that is. At least according to the "For the Record" that ran in Thursday's paper, perhaps prodded by inquiries from blogger Patterico. Left unclear is how the reporter, Alissa J. Rubin, got misled. All the wrinkles of what constitutes a speech, etc, are being discussed in the comments posted with Tuesday's original item.

* Iraqi blogger: Here's his take. 11 a.m.


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