On Reporting from Tripoli

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The New York Times' David Kirkpatrick has been in Tripoli reporting on the situation in Libya. He is in the country with the permission of the Gadhafi regime and is only allowed to leave his hotel when his minders take him and other journalists outside. He talks about the latest developments in Libya and what it's like to report on the situation with a minder at his back.


David D. Kirkpatrick

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Robert Hendrix from Lousiana

Why didn't I invest in Microsoft in '88? Why did I invest in GM in '08? Is it a good idea - who knows. It all seems like a good idea at the time. Ask me in 20 years and I will sound like a genius.

Mar. 22 2011 06:19 PM

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