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» When you steal from a MilBlogger from Gulf Coast Pundit
Shock Magazine has been caught with their hand in Michael Yons cookie jar. Stealing one of his well known photographs from Iraq. Thats right. Stolen from Michael Yon. When I asked about it, Mike sends: The publisher, HFM, is one of the l... [Read More]

» Stealing From Mike Yon from Mudville Gazette
...is a very bad idea. He's already fought for that picture once before.... [Read More]

» Stealing From Mike Yon from Mudville Gazette
...is a very bad idea. He's already fought for that picture once before.... [Read More]

» ANOTHER DISGUSTING ANTI-WAR STUNT from Michelle Malkin
A trash magazine steals milblogger/war journalist extraordinaire Michael Yon's poignant photo of Maj. Mark Bieger in Iraq. Blackfive has details of whom to lean on. Do it now.... [Read More]

» These guys had better call their lawyers from Strange Women Lying in Ponds
Unbelievable. Did these people really think that they could get away with stealing copyrighted material from one of the most famous online war journalists? Blackfive has contact info for these schmucks. I already sent them an email. Please do your [Read More]

» SHOCK Magazine vs. Michael Yon from euphoricreality.net
As Blackfive and Michelle Malkin are reporting, Michael Yons incredible photo of Maj. Mark Bieger is on the cover of SHOCK magazines new issue. The only problem (well, the first problem, anyway) is that Michael Yon never authorized the ... [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» Michael Yon photo in news again for wrong reasons from Pundit Review
You may recall back in February when news broke that Michael Yon was involved in a copyright suit with the US Army over one of his unfogettable images from the Iraq War. After MSM folks like Jay Fitzgerald at the Boston Herald picked up on the story... [Read More]

» Shock Magazine Dodges One Bullet, Gets Hit With Another from WuzzaDem
OK, so it looks like the people at Shock Magazine stole their latest cover photo from Michael Yon: I don't think what the people at Shock did is right, and I'm not excusing this blatant theft, but from what I [Read More]

» Shock Magazine Dodges One Bullet, Gets Hit With Another from WuzzaDem
OK, so it looks like the people at Shock Magazine stole their latest cover photo from Michael Yon: I don't think what the people at Shock did is right, and I'm not excusing this blatant theft, but from what I [Read More]

» Shock Magazine Dodges One Bullet, Gets Hit With Another from WuzzaDem
OK, so it looks like the people at Shock Magazine stole their latest cover photo from Michael Yon: I don't think what the people at Shock did is right, and I'm not excusing this blatant theft, but from what I [Read More]

» Star Chores: The Crystal City from The Cool Blue Blog
Area 51, huh? How long will it take us to get there? Blackfive asked. Three standard days at maximum warp, Glenn, who had been designated the acting First Officer, answered flatly, leaning back in his chair and staring up at [Read More]

» Random wise cracks from Wizbang
This week, I saw a name I had almost forgotten. Tariq Aziz, Saddm's former foreign minister, testified at Saddam's trial in Baghdad. Next, will he be offered a scholarship to Yale? Shock Magazine has apparently stolen Michael Yon's photograph for... [Read More]

» The Tangled Web Unravels from Iraq War Today
Meet "Jessie MacBeth." He's the latest cause celebre of the anti-war Left...And for more of what the anti-war crowd's been up to, visit this post over at Michelle's blog - about the theft and exploitation of one of Michael Yon's most moving photograp... [Read More]

» When you steal from a former SF soldier and Milbloggeryouve got a problem from Cao's Blog
Happy Memorial Day weekend, folks, the left has chosen to launch another anti-war offensive and this time with a stolen photograph from one of the most famous milbloggers around; Michael Yon. Blackfive and Michelle Malkin are talking about Shock Magazi... [Read More]

» Is stealing also a form of flattery? from Half a Pica Distance
Michael Yon has his famous photo ganked again. This time by Shock Magazine. Click here for info from Blackfive. [Read More]

» Wishing I Weren't Just a 1L... from Most Certainly Not
There are days when you drive down the highway and think, I wish I were a cop! when you see horrible drivers. Checking in at Blackfive today, I thought, Man, I wish I were an attorney already! One of the [Read More]

» A Shocking Memorial Day Weekend from Counterterrorism Blog
A quick note: My Memorial Day weekend will consist of numerous flights. I'll be in Afghanistan by the beginning of the week and look forward to getting out into the field. Michael Yon's photo and post on the child killed... [Read More]

» A Shocking Memorial Day Weekend from Counterterrorism Blog
A quick note: My Memorial Day weekend will consist of numerous flights. I'll be in Afghanistan by the beginning of the week and look forward to getting out into the field. Michael Yon's photo and post on the child killed... [Read More]

» French Media from Making Sense of Jihad
The French are, as we all know, useless. They do sneer and pose very well, and they'll receive a welfare check for all their good work. They also like to steal US secrets, especially corporate secrets, not having many innovative [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» Michael Yon Ripped Off from Op For
And not by just anyone, Yon's famous photo of an American soldier and dying Iraqi girl was taken by one of the vilest of the vile print tabloids. Michael writes: John, This horrible magazine, launching this Memorial Day weekend, shows... [Read More]

» French Media from Making Sense of Jihad
NOTE: Scroll down for updated corporate and contact information. My research on the relationship between Shock's parent company and Saddam Hussein is here. ------------------------------------ The French are, as we all know, useless. They do sneer and ... [Read More]

» Yon Strikes Back from Weekend Pundit
I'd first heard about Shock magazine and their use of Michael Yon's poignant photo via Glenn Reynolds. Blackfive was all over the story of their... [Read More]

» Will the WSJ Cover the SHOCK Launch Malfunction? from Foreign Object Damage
I sent an email this afternoon to th WSJ news editors. I personally think that it's a big deal when a big-time publisher, who "...usually turns out tamer titles such as Elle and Car & Driver...", steals from a well known war correspondent. [Read More]

» Will the WSJ Cover the SHOCK Launch Malfunction? from Foreign Object Damage
I sent an email this afternoon to th WSJ news editors. I personally think that it's a big deal when a big-time publisher, who "...usually turns out tamer titles such as Elle and Car & Driver...", steals from a well known war correspondent. [Read More]

» Shock's Schlocky Debut from Jossip
While we've already poured over the debut issue of Hachette Filipacchi's Shock magazine, we're revisiting the ode to the gratuitous and obscene today for two reasons. First, Shock hits newsstands today, which means your average subway rider just got... [Read More]

» Flirting With The Devil from MilBlogs
There are some whom one may feel safe stealing from. There are, however, others from whom one should seriously reconsider.... [Read More]

» Stealing from Mike Yon from MilBlogs
...is a very bad idea. He's already fought for that picture once before. Shocked! Shocked, I tell you! Update: Comment at Blackfive's from Capt B: "To hell what (HFM) stands for now, its going to stand for Hiding From MilBloggers......."... [Read More]

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