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Newton victim's father NOT heckled!

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Newton victim's father NOT heckled!

Regarding your lead story at this moment: the father of the Newtown slayings victim was NOT heckled during his testimony -- he asked a question of the audience and, after some seconds silence, received some answers to that question. This hardly constitutes "heckling." Comcast should be ashamed of perpetuating this misleading headline and story. Thank you.

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Steve7485 wrote:

 Comcast should be ashamed of perpetuating this misleading headline and story. Thank you.


Add to that list

The New York Times

CNN

Huffington Post

 

and all the other news outlets/newspapers which used the same headline

 

Comcast doesn't write the blurb. Someone else does and that story was provided by AP. It has been mentioned several times in the forum that Comcast is not allowed to change what is given to them-something to do with being contractually bound to provide it as is.

 



 


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