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Tuesday, April 15, 2003
The professor notes several bloggers (Robert Schwartz and Porphyrogenitus) who say that the looting of the National Museum in Iraq is a little fishy.

No one seems to have tried to tie in the fact that Saddam apparently turned the electricity off in Baghdad:

The city was experiencing the first widespread power outage of the war. Bombs rocked the city before the blackout, but U.S. military officials said they had not targeted Baghdad's power grid.

The AP story quoted above was on April 4 (Friday) about the loss of power the day before.
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