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Originally posted by dogstar23
reply to post by angrysniper
I disagree completely, though I understand your points. The one thing I do feel they should be required to do is to dedicate a minimum of double the amount of time to retract mistakes in identification. So if there were 20 minutes of discussion about the shooter in CT being the brother of the shooter, they should be required to dedicate at least 40 minutes to telling the world they reported incorrectly, and that guy is innocent.
Or when a news article is run about an alleged child molestor, or rapist, and it turns out not to be true..article inches and headline size doubled to clear the person whose life has been ruined by the carelessness.
But limiting the reporting of stories. No way. People can choose to watch something else, or not watch at all.
Originally posted by jimjensen
reply to post by votan
YOU TELL THEM!!!!
WE MUST NOT GIVE UP OUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS TO COMMIT FRAUD!!!!
PUNISH PEOIPLE WHO TRUST!!!
tHEY R STOOPID