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The case of the New York Times’ terror error

Post Date: Jul 28, 2011 7:23 a.m.
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[This article, which is a collaboration between me and Mark Follman , originally appeared on the Atlantic’s website . Since then it has been the subject of a MediaBugs error report filed by Frank Lindh. Yes, at MediaBugs, not only do we eat our own dogfood, we find it tasty!] Osama bin Laden was dead, and Frank Lindh — father of John Walker Lindh, the “American Taliban” — had been invited on to discuss a New York Times op-ed piece he’d just published about his son’s 20-year prison sentence. The moment host Dave Iverson completed his introduction about the politically and emotionally charged case, Lindh cut in: “Can I add a really important correction to what you just said?” Iverson had just described John Walker Lindh...

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