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New York Times Misinformation on Syria
NYT features managed news misinformation.
by Stephen Lendman
Managed news misinformation reflects official Times policy. It's standard practice. It's longstanding.
Truth is verboten. It's systematically avoided. Readers are betrayed. They're lied to daily.
On January 31, the Gloria Center Global Research in International Affairs asked if Times editors published "obviously faked photos." PJ Media 's Middle East editor Barry Rubin's report was featured.
Suspect photos should have raised red flags. They should have been rejected. Times editors gave them front page coverage. Others were featured in a gallery online.
The front page caption read:
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