Monday, November 07, 2005

The NYTIMES is sorry, but not apologetic, more like pathetic.

Emmylyn Anonical is the girlfriend of the late Corporal Jeffrey B. Starr, who you remember left a letter to his girlfriend that had been edited by the Times. Read what she has to say about the NYTimes' selective editing of Cpl. Starr's letter to her in the NYPost (kudos to Post reporter Lukas Alpert for keeping on the story): "It was sad that we had to go through this some more. I was upset about what they took out of that letter."

Anonical told The Post that going public with the private letter was one of the hardest decisions of her life, but seeing The Times use it and her boyfriend to slander the war and Bush could not go unanswered.

"The reason I chose to share that letter was the paragraph about why he was doing this, not the part about him expecting to die. It hurt, it really hurt"

Still not a peep from NYTimes' ombudsman Byron Calame about the factual errors and obscene omission in the Times' coverage of Cpl. Starr's death.

To nail and pressure these buggers further:
E-mail: public@nytimes.com• Phone: (212) 556-7652•

Address: Public Editor
The New York Time
s229 West 43rd St.
New York, NY 10036-3959

Mudville Gazette is keeping track of the Lying Times as well, and doing a better job than I
***Previous:
An obscene omission
"Others have died for my freedom. Now this is my mark."
Cpl. Jeffrey B. Starr: What the NYTimes left out

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