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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:31 am
“Who holds bloggers accountable when they get it wrong?” asks the Guardian’s Conor Foley, who believes an apology is owed from bloggers who exposed logical flaws in the Lebanese ambulance attack story.
Hey, Foley; ask your editors why they still haven’t corrected the Guardian’s plastic turkey invention of three years ago. Fix that bogus bird story, and then we might talk about more complex issues, OK?
This time, Human Rights Watch is not being duped by a fabrication — it is the fabricator.
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