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Subject NPR first reported the shooter in Munich was "right wing extremest" yelling in German racial slurs
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Original Message I was listening to Paul Joseph Watson at around 12pm today, where the Munich attack was first hitting the press. It was first reported as ISIS was taking credit for it.

Later on, around 4pm today, I had NPR on while I switching the dials on my drive home from work, and they then reported that the shooter was "right wing extremest". I found that to be really interesting, due to the fact Paul Joseph Watson said earlier that would be a possible way to pin the shooter. And NPR looks so flipping silly, since it's all over the news he was muslim.

The news outlet lead to such confusion.
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