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Journalistic Ambiguity Not Worth A Tweet

Peter Stockland on journalistic ambiguities.

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Journalistic Ambiguity Not Worth A Tweet January 16, 2014  |  By Peter Stockland
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Cardus Daily blogger Albertos Polizogopoulos did a majestic job yesterday of knocking the stuffing out of the pseudo-legal folderol surrounding York University’s purported reasonable accommodation debacle.

What remains is for the overnight clean-up crew to trash the media mischief that set everyone a-twitter in the first place. Screeches of commentary, howls of editorial indignation and loon calls of impending apocalypse have sounded because of reportage based entirely on a single, anonymous individual making one private request for religious accommodation that he then withdrew in order to accommodate the existing order.

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