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From AJR,   August/September 2012

Sloppy, Biased Journalism   

By Unknown
     


I'm a Canadian, with almost 30 years of journalism experience, who has been devoutly watching the U.S. presidential race too often with horror at the American mainstream news media's coverage of it. Rem Rieder's column on ajr.org about Brian Ross' mistake about the Tea Party in his coverage of the movie theater shooting in Colorado "Well, It Might Be the Same Guy" was profound and did a great service to struggling Americans who are at the mercy of biased, sloppy journalism. You have my deepest respect. Please don't ever stop writing!

Linda Slobodian
Deloraine, Manitoba

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