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FoxNews.com Admits to False reporting about James Holmes Notebook

 
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FoxNews.com Admits to False reporting about James Holmes Notebook
Did anyone else see that FoxNews.com admitted they reported false information about the James Holmes notebook allegedly sent to the University of Colorado a week before the shooting?

The conspiracy theory surrounding the shooting in Aurora Colorado is that James Holmes could not have acted alone and in fact may not have acted at all, having been drugged and set up on scene as a patsy. I recently wrote an article for my blog that suggested someone inside law enforcement may have been involved in reporting false information at the scene (such as James Holmes supposedly calling himself the Joker and him telling authorities he had bombs rigged up in his apartment). Now FoxNews.com reports that a secret law enforcement source gave them false information regarding the infamous notebook of James Holmes. Most shocking of all is that new facts just revealed prove that the notebook may not have even been mailed until AFTER the shooting!

What do you think?

You can see my write up here:

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09/04/2012 08:55 AM
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I guess Fox didn't get the memo

nobody trusts their ass anymore

kick zionist murdoch out
and call me back
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Yeah, I think they have been outed several times recently on false reporting and misinformation. It's sad that so many just trust what their told. Even I am reluctant to blog about things that don't come from "reputable" sources, but the more I look the more I wonder what "reputable" sources really means. There is a perception that if a major news organization didn't cover it, then it should be counted as suspicious. But when the major news organizations are false reporting, maybe perceptions should change.
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Re: FoxNews.com Admits to False reporting about James Holmes Notebook
Yeah, I think they have been outed several times recently on false reporting and misinformation. It's sad that so many just trust what their told. Even I am reluctant to blog about things that don't come from "reputable" sources, but the more I look the more I wonder what "reputable" sources really means. There is a perception that if a major news organization didn't cover it, then it should be counted as suspicious. But when the major news organizations are false reporting, maybe perceptions should change.
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I guess Fox didn't get the memo

nobody trusts their ass anymore

kick zionist murdoch out
and call me back
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...I heard this story on CNN?..have they retracted also ?
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Re: FoxNews.com Admits to False reporting about James Holmes Notebook
Anonymous, that's a good question. The thing is, once a place reports something, tons of others pick up on it and it's their choice if they want to report that the original source was wrong or not when it's discovered. The New York Times ran a HUGE piece on James Holmes a week or so ago and every major new organization quotes from that story in the days that followed. If it ever turns out something was wrong in that, chances are good all the others won't go correcting their errors.
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Re: FoxNews.com Admits to False reporting about James Holmes Notebook
1st fail. watching foxnews.
2nd fail. believing foxnews.
3rd fail. life

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