Wednesday, March 28, 2007

NYTimes “Paraphrases” Military Rape Story - CZ "Paraphrased" Story on CHP Firing

NYTimes “Paraphrases” Military Rape Story - CZ "Paraphrased" Story on CHP Firing

March 28, 2007

On March 18th, the New York Times published a piece titled “The Women’s War”, centered around the plight of several female Veterans of the war in Iraq.

It detailed the mistreatment they suffered by the US Military, sexual harassment they received at the hands of army officers, and their PTSDs (post traumatic distress disorders) However, the Times “paraphrased’ the facts surrounding one of the subjects featured in the article – she wasn’t even in Iraq and her story was a complete lie!

Although the Times published the story knowing full well that one of their subjects had lied to them, it took one week after their initial story was published on the 18th, on March 25th, before the Times published a mea culpa, correcting the story.

Similar to the “paraphrase” of the firing of the CHP after the Welcome Home Center was completed perhaps?


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