I've seen reports that the number of messages was far lower than first reported. As it was explained, s/he just kept tacking messages on to what they'd just received and they were all counted. IOW, if I send a message to Gerry and she responds by including her answer with my message, they were counting it as 3 messages whereas it really was just two. By the time a thread goes to 10 to 15 real messages, they could have had several dozen "attachments" as the dead messages grow nearly exponentially. Be that as it may, it's kind of silly and immature for two grown-ups to have been texting with even that reduced frequency. LOL
Let's not forget about the shirtless FBI agent. If this were a prime time tv soap opera it would be laughed off the air for being so unbelievable!
Paula Broadwell's drivers license was found today by a jogger in Rock Creek park... Same park where that girl was found dead a few years ago... the inter Chandra Levy. Hmmm...
During the broadcast, 7NEWS showed an image of Broadwell's biography of Petraeus that is called, "All In: The Education of General David Petraeus."
However, when the 7NEWS reporter went on the Internet to get an image of the book cover, the reporter mistakenly grabbed a Photoshopped image that said, "All Up In My Snatch." (View image here.)
"It was a mistake," said KMGH-TV News Director Jeff Harris.
"It was a regrettable and an embarrassing error. We are mortified this appeared during our 5 p.m. news broadcast. The editor pulled the image of the book cover from the Internet without realizing it had been doctored.
It seems that Petraeus went to Benghazi in October and did his own personal investigation. He interviewed people who had been present in the annex. Remember how we wondered about those other people who survived the attack.
What did he learn when he completed his investigation? Theoretically, his report was still "in progress" when he submitted his resignation. Will those facts come out if he testifies before the Senate?