Protesters Call For Prosecution of Times


While we were busy watching New York Mets third baseman David Wright in the Home Run Derby last night, it appears that other people were busy protesting outside the New York Times‘ offices in Manhattan, calling for prosecution of the paper its publication of “government security secrets”:

Led by a radio talk show host and Caucus for America president, Rabbi Aryeh Spero, almost 100 people gathered on 43rd Street to voice their outrage at the Times’s decision to publish “national security secrets relating to our government’s financial monitoring programs to track down terrorists.”

Protesters Call On Government To Prosecute the New York Times [New York Sun]