Saturday, June 17, 2006

TruthOut's "Stand Down"?

Tim Blair has been all over TruthOut about Jason Leopold's leading of the news cycle with his futuristic "Karl Rove Indicted on Charges of Perjury, Lying to Investigators" story that wasn't. Blair asks "What is that about?"

I think TruthOut left out an ellipsis on that statement; maybe it was one of those fill in the blanks that accidently got edited out instead of filled in. I am pretty sure the statement they meant to issue was:

"Truthout of course published an article on May 13 which reported that Karl Rove had in fact already been indicted. Obviously there is a major contradiction between our version of the story and what was reported yesterday. As such, we are going to stand around with our heads up our asses because we are really feeling down on the Rove matter at this time. We defer instead to the nation’s leading publications."


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