viernes, 20 de julio de 2012

Nuevo capítulo de la serie "Esos grandes profesionales de la prensa"

Las hordas totalitarias han tardado pocas horas en vincular al criminal de Aurora con el Tea Party. En ABC News no han podido evitar soltar una información incorrecta antes de contrastarla, y la han cagado, como tantas veces.

On Good Morning America, ABC News' Brian Ross and George Stephanolpoulos suggested that the Tea Party might be connected to the mass shootings early this morning in an Aurora, CO theater during a screening of the new Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises. The mainstream media attempted to blame the Tea Party for the Tuscon shootings in January 2011, shortly after Republicans swept the midterm elections. Now, in the critical 2012 elections, the mainstream media seems poised to do the same--and ABC News has led the way.
(...) The James Holmes arrested at the Aurora theater was 24 years old and seems to be from Denver, CO, according to a Facebook profile (a similar Facebook profile linked by a local news reporter has not been confirmed as the suspect's profile, either). There are many people with the name "James Holmes" in the area, and the James Homes on the Tea Party website could match a James Homes from Aurora, CO who is in his fifties and therefore does not fit the description of the suspect. More evidence that Ross, Stephanolpoulos and ABC rushed to blame the Tea Party without confirmation that the suspect is also the Tea Party member.
(...) When ABC News corrected its initial report, it tried to spread the blame around to "social media" and "members of the public".

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