Category Archives: investigative journalism

Is MH17 Journo Guilty of Tainting Crime (Crash) Scene?

Australian Journalist Criticised for Touching MH17 Victims’ Belongings ‘Following allegations that pro-Russian rebels may have “severely compromised” the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, journalists have been caught touching victims’ belongings. ‘Williams defended his actions by … Continue reading

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Russian Reporter Resigns and Exposes Flight 17 Truth

‘I’m for the Truth': RT Reporter Resigns Over Coverage of Malaysia Airlines Disaster ‘“When this story broke I ran back into the newsroom and saw how we were covering it already and I just knew I had to go,” Sara … Continue reading

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How Can 2 Die Saving One Same Phone?

Why you shouldn’t use hi-tech gadgets at primitive facilities 2 Die Trying to Save Phone That Fell Into Toilet ‘Two people died and three were injured after wading into a cesspool’s knee-deep filth in an attempt to retrieve a woman’s … Continue reading

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3D Printed House Only $4,800

Chinese company uses 3D printing to build 10 houses in a day ‘This small home may look plain, but it represents a significant achievement in rapid construction. A Chinese company has demonstrated the capabilities of its giant 3D printer by … Continue reading

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‘Cyber Hijacking’ and Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

‘…The MSM’s recent “cyber hijacking” presentation of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 as a “World First” or, in any way, some kind of “newfangled” technology is as bogus as a $3 bill – and of course, it brings us full circle … Continue reading

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The House ‘Review’ Of U.S. Copyright Law

It’s Probably A Trap ‘Yesterday, an influential congressman announced plans for a “comprehensive review” of U.S. copyright law, potentially the first such effort in more than 35 years. And that’s got hearts palpitating across Silicon Valley, Hollywood and Capitol Hill. … Continue reading

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Should We Care About Tsarnaev’s Miranda Rights?

Just imagine you were mistaken for Tsarnaev and you forgot your rights and police won’t remind you? ‘There is one specific circumstance in which it makes sense to hold off on Miranda. It’s exactly what the name of the exception … Continue reading

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