In the piece, the Post mentions that last summer Tripp was contacted about Willey by "a Newsweek reporter."
(The Post also mentions that he scouted three locations.)
The Post mentions a letter of Lincolnesque proportions displayed at the library that Bush wrote to his children during the run-up to Desert Storm.
The Post would have mentioned that if it were a factor.
The Post also mentions the army's distaste for Sharif's attempts to cut ties to Afghanistan's Taliban militia.
'Sit down a moment, dear . . . Does the Post mention this?'
The Post mentions in its fourth paragraph a very relevant limit on possible success--that 70 percent of the men in the program have arrest records.
(But how galling it must be for witness Alan Dershowitz that neither the Post nor the Times mentions his name.)
The Post mentioned as an example Mari Masing Will, who it identified as Bob Dole's 1996 communications director.
For its part, the Post does not even mention yesterday's NYT's report on the theft of $1 billion in international relief to Bosnia.