Iraqi guards steal $282 million

I was just trying to read a post on ThinkProgress about a bank robbery in Iraq. Here is the first sentence of the excerpt from the International Herald Tribune: “The robbery, of $282 million from the Dar Es Salaam bank, a private financial institution, raised more questions than it answered, and officials were tight-lipped about the crime.” I keep reading that over and over again, unable to get past a question that keeps popping up for me. When has a robbery EVER answered ANY question, let alone answering more questions than were raised? I briefly skimmed the 79 comments on that post and no one else seemed to have a problem with the phrasing so maybe it’s just me.

Iraqi guards steal $282 million

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