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Russia-gate’s Totalitarian Style


It is a basic rule from Journalism 101 that when an allegation is in serious doubt – or hasn’t been established as fact – you should convey that uncertainty to your reader by using words like “alleged” or “purportedly.”

But The New York Times and pretty much the entire U.S. news media have abandoned that principle in their avid pursuit of Russia-gate.

When Russia is the target of an article, the Times typically casts aside all uncertainty about Russia’s guilt, a pattern that we’ve seen in the Times in earlier sloppy reporting about other “enemy” countries, such as Iraq or Syria, as …read more

Source: <a href=http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/russia-gates-totalitarian-style/ri20812 target=_blank title="Russia-gate’s Totalitarian Style” rel=nofollow>Russia Insider

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