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Associated Press caught ‘restructuring’ old EPA news to mislead readers; mainstream media blindly plays along

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

Four days ago, the Associated Press reported that coal-fired power plants are dumping enormous quantities of pollutants into U.S. waterways. According to the Associated Press, the EPA says that coal-fired power plants are dumping nearly 2 million pounds of aluminum, 79,000 pounds of arsenic, 64,000 pounds of lead and even 2,820 pound of mercury each year into U.S. waterways.

This original story by the AP (dated January 18, 2014) was published, word-for-word, across the Denver Post, ABC News, the Washington Post, the San Jose Mercury News and even

There’s only one problem with all this reporting: nobody bothered to check their sources.

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1 comment to Associated Press caught ‘restructuring’ old EPA news to mislead readers; mainstream media blindly plays along

  • rich

    The Financial Media Has Let You Down

    Underwriters are obliged to follow securities laws. They must perform due diligence, and make honest disclosures. Among other things, they cannot conceal illegal conduct, affirm false representations or allow them to go unchallenged, distribute materially misleading information, fail to disclose red flags, or fail to disclose suspicions of potential fraud.

    Unfortunately, regulators connected to the banking system have looked the other way, and the past and current Washington administrations have turned a blind eye to fraud. Most of the remedies have come from civil litigation.

    Negligence by the SEC, failure to investigate, failure to initiate criminal prosecutions, ridicule from those directly and indirectly benefiting from malfeasance, snark from so-called reporters on on so-called business television, apologias from on-the-payroll academics: none of these things change the obligation of underwriters to obey the law.

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