November 3, 2003

San Francisco Chronicle
Robert Fisk says American journalists won’t say what he can say as the London Independent‘s foreign correspondent. “I think the New York Times should be called, ‘American officials say,'” he tells Jonathan Curiel. “At least, you’d know what you were reading. If journalism is about writing (stories) that look like government reports, then I’ll go and do gardening or something.” Curiel writes: “Fisk’s critics believe he’s a journalistic provocateur who’s blatantly anti-United States and anti-Israel. But Fisk is perhaps Britain’s most acclaimed foreign correspondent.”

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