On Friday, Jan. 11, 2008, Russell Mokhiber, who’s the editor of the “Corporate Crime Reporter,” led a demonstration in front of the New York Time’s office, in Washington, D.C. It was directed at the insufferable War Hawk, William Kristol. He has recently been hired by the NYT, as an Op ED Page pundit. The rally centered on a severely wounded Iraq War vet, Tomas Young. A bullet shattered his spine and paralyzed him “from the waist down.” Mr. Young was featured in Phil Donahue’s film, “Body of War.” In a very moving article for Counterpunch on Jan. 9, 2008, Mr. Mokhiber, after reviewing the movie, underscored the need to protest Kristol and the NY Times.