Nor did they get all of the photos. From Phoenix Woman:
As many of you know, the IDF did its best to try and keep the people on the Gaza Freedom Flotillas from being able to contact the outside world during the Israeli assaults on them. Radio frequencies were jammed during the attack and all cameras, cellphones, computers -- anything that could have been used to record and/or transmit information -- were "confiscated" (read: stolen) from the passengers and crew by the IDF.
But they didn't get it all.
Just as chief correspondent Paul McGeough and the photographer Kate Geraghty of the Sydney Morning Herald hid some photos, Iara Lee managed to get some video past the Israeli dragnet, and showed an hour's worth of it today at the United Nations.
Israel had better learn that piracy at sea, just another form of terrorism and like any other crime, does not pay.
Below the fold, Amy Goodman interviews journalist Iara Lee and has a snippet of some of the exclusive video footage from the attack, footage that has been made available to the UN and those investigating this attack: