Friday, October 4, 2013

Iranian Commander Killed, HPers Play Judge and Jury

The Huffington Post once again displayed its classic biased headline when it reported on the death of an Iranian cyber warfare commander:

Amazing that the Huffington Post places the full name of Iranian soldiers in its headlines, but can't be bothered to put the names of any Israeli civilian deaths in headlines. I think we've mentioned that in the past.

Anyway, the HP readership actually didn't flock to this article as much as you might expect, (probably because Israel wasn't in the headline) but those that did already decided who was guilty of the crime.

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