Originally Posted by squealpiggy
Try reading my post about the pressures to publish in today's competitive multimedia market.
Media outlets used to have time to check their facts. Nowadays in the time they spend checking, someone else already has the scoop. So everything is published right away and gets sorted out later.
He was released after being questioned.
It's not really an excuse. Typically when something big happens everyone is confused and frightened so the information doesn't come across clearly. Then once it does come out then it's in the public domain to be poured over for days.
Bear in mind that almost everyone who says there was "something fishy" about Sandy Hook says that there is "something fishy" about every major news event.
I agree with the last point here. But "research the stuff yourself" does not mean watching a conspiretard video on the most inane social media video site on the web.
I agree that's why I said research the stuff yourself. Then people can form and make their own opinions from that.