Wednesday, November 02, 2005

New York Times Creates Own Version of Fallen Soldier's Letter

It's just completely wrong for a reporter, James Dao, to feel the freedom to create his own version of a fallen soldier's letter to those readers after his death.

Many people already rarely trusted what they read in the New York Times (I refuse to give them a link in this post), but now, if this blatant lack of ethical descretion is allowed, then how can anyone ever have any trust in what the Times prints in the future?

Read the story of James Dao's article, and how he refuses to apologize for his decisions -- even after he has been caught red-handed. Michelle Malkin reports.


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