Newspaper editorials speak with an institutional voice, but of course they have individual draftsmen. I wish I could credit the draftsman of this editorial (it was NOT me), but alas, I don’t think custom permits. But my colleague(s) here at the Washington Times editorial staff have penned one of hte most eloquent and moving (and very, very sad) editorials I have read in a long time, about the plight of Kurdish poet Farzad Kamangar in an Iranian prison. Read it, and sincerely weep. THIS man, unlike Guantanamo residents, endured real torture. THIS man is innocent. THIS man, not those interrogated by the CIA abroad, is a victim. And this man, Mr. Kamangar, is abundantly courageous. Bless him.
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