Thursday, November 05, 2009

Former President George W. Bush and John C. Metzler, Jr.

The top official at Arlington National Cemetery claims he was unaware of the most recently reported burial error at the cemetery, possibly, he says, because he was away at the time it occurred. Cemetery employee records, however, show Superintendent John Metzler present and working at Arlington when the cemetery discovered this most recently disclosed burial foul-up, which resulted in digging up and moving the remains of one service member the cemetery had accidentally buried on top of another. -MARK BENJAMIN

Cash-strapped shutterbug Annie Leibovitz is zooming toward a settlement in a $300,000 lawsuit that accuses her of stealing the work of Italian lensman Paolo Pizzetti, according to documents filed in Manhattan federal court. Pizzetti says Leibovitz, who nearly lost her famed portfolio of celebrity photos because she was behind on a $24 million loan, took credit for pictures he snapped of Italy's famed Trevi Fountain and Plaza San Marco for a Lavazza coffee company calendar. -PAGE SIX, NY Post

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