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New York Times public editor admits "Faulty Times Article"

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Systemic Change Needed After Faulty Times Article, says New York Times Public Editor, Margaret Sullivan.

"Ms. Malik had made little effort to hide it, that she talked openly on social media about her views on violent jihad.  She said she supported it. And she said she wanted to be a part of it."...NYT December 12, 2015

[The false story was then picked up by other main stream media]

...the story set fire to the news system. All sorts of follow-up reports surfaced. And straight into the political arena it went.” It wasn’t long before Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was using it to bash Democrats.....

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