Gibson's response to Army emailer critical of Bush administration: "Find him and arrest him"

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Guest hosting The Radio Factor, Fox News host John Gibson called for the arrest of an emailer "in the U.S. Army" who wrote Gibson a letter attacking the Bush administration's Iraq war "lies" and told Gibson to "[g]et used to the protest." The email, which Gibson said was sent to him "on a U.S. army.mil" email account, said that "Americans are finally waking up and seeing the lies and the fallacies of the Bush administration." The emailer also wrote that "Fox News has done its best at bird-dogging the Iraq war." "This guy is in the Army," Gibson said after he finished reading the email. "Who knows? All right, find him and arrest him."

From the August 26 broadcast of Westwood One's The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly:

GIBSON: Anyway, "Get used to the protest, Gibson." This guy is in the U.S. Army. He writes to me from Tirrenia, Italy, on a U.S. army.mil [email account]. Can you imagine this? "Get used to the protest, Gibson. Americans are finally waking up and seeing the lies and the fallacies of the Bush administration. Fox News has done its best at bird-dogging the Iraq war." This guy is in the Army. Who knows? All right, find him and arrest him. Let's go now to Rick in Palm Bay, Florida.

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