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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