U.S. journalist Roxana Saberi was freed from an Iranian prison yesterday after outrage over her imprisonment on trumped up charges. But what about all the foreign journalists we incarcerate?
In Iraq, we imprisoned Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein -- part of AP's Pulitzer Prize-winning war coverage -- for almost two years with no charges of any kind, after Hussein's photographs from the Anbar province directly contradicted Bush administration claims about the state of affairs there. . . .