Upset At News – You Bet

Upset At News – You Bet

“The American public is hostile to the media. Every news outfit should be very afraid of what a jury will do,” said Mary-Rose Papandrea, a professor at the University of North Carolina School of Law.

…the judge said, was “rude, agitated and hostile” in his questioning of the Beef Products defender.

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Yes indeedie as the First Amendment was never meant as a cover for lies, fabrications and assaults upon individuals for the sake of creating a story. Period.

Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an undeserved curse does not come to rest.   (Proverbs 26:2)

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Article Reference

(wsj.com)—The term “pink slime” was in wide use after a 2009 New York Times story on the product, but it exploded on social media after the ABC News broadcasts. The network focused on the fact ground beef labels made no mention of LFTB, made from defatted beef trimmings in a process involving ammonium hydroxide.
“Why — if it is just another additive, a way to put leaner beef in the burgers at a cheaper price, if it is no problem, if it’s safe, all those things, why not just label it? Why not just put it on the package?” Mr. Avila asked a meat industry spokeswoman in an interview.
Mr. Avila, the judge said, was “rude, agitated and hostile” in his questioning of the Beef Products defender.

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