Monday, February 28, 2011

Propaganda of the Smart fraud , many years later, the story still not straight, knife or a gun?

Last December, Elizabeth Smart was one of 10 contenders for the A&E cable network's "Biography of the Year." George W. Bush won, but the missing teenage girl placed a respectable fourth--behind Yasser Arafat and the Osbournes, but ahead of Saddam Hussein and Halle Berry.

She was on the list not just because of her kidnapping, at gunpoint, from her Utah home last June, but because of the ensuing national paroxysm of fear over children being abducted by strangers.

The panic was carefully nurtured.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said it was working on 5,000 to 7,000 cases of missing children. The airwaves were flooded with articulate spokespeople for the …