J. Randall Murphy
From what I can tell, the story is factual. The lawyers are going to use the examples they cite. Whether those examples are substantial is another matter, and ET doesn't go into that, so it's not really misreporting. I commented on one of their YouTube videos that although they claim to be unbiased, they're not, and they need to separate that bias from their news reporting, otherwise people are going to see through it.Well Epoch Times is one of the lesser right-wing fringe sites. There are others with almost reasonable respect for facts.
You and I both see through it, so we can look at the stories and say to ourselves, "So that's what the other side is thinking. Interesting. I wonder how that will go." There was a scene in the movie Finding Forrester that explains it well:
So now the saga continues ...
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