Great post from Instapundit on the documents seized after the Al-Zarqawi strike. The data (found on a laptop and flash drive — those terrorists are pretty techno-geeky) shows the extent to which Al Qaeda in Iraq wants to win the battle of media perceptions.

Instapundit notes correctly:

Yet the press — which can be exquisitely sensitive about being manipulated when it cares — isn’t worried about the way it’s being used here, at least not enough to matter in its coverage. But why should it be? Ethics might cost money.

Great point.