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unsubstantiated sensationalized journalism based on hearsay...016:41, 26 August 2013

unsubstantiated sensationalized journalism based on hearsay...

That is all this story is really, like the recent "rumors" of chemical attacks by Syrian Assad's "regime". Seems to be almost no distinction between quality journalism and quality rhetoric or fiction anymore. Shame, it was hoped Wikinews would try to base more on facts and evidence, rather than succumb to the mass media's stuff and nonsense.

Kdarwish1 (talk)16:41, 26 August 2013