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Last updated on July 27th, 2017 at 12:52 pm

The New York Post keeps the pressure on:

The girlfriend of a Marine killed in Iraq said she was devastated when she saw how The New York Times cherry-picked a letter her “first love” intended her to read in case he died.

“It was sad that we had to go through this some more. I was upset about what they took out of that letter,” said an emotional Emmylyn Anonical, 22, whose boyfriend Cpl. Jeffrey Starr died in Iraq earlier this year.

Earlier mentions of this story hereherehere, and here (and don’t miss the latest from Michelle Malkin). Oh, and as an antidote to the NYT’s misreporting, please read this. An extract:

A couple of his buddies have gotten tattoos in his honor, as has his girlfriend. Another friend who didn’t have a middle name recently changed his legal name to Adam Jeffrey Nourigat. The judge, who knew Starr, said, “You need to live up to that name.”

That judge should address a staff meeting at the New York Times.

Posted by Tim B. on 11/06/2005 at 08:01 AM
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