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CNN steals dead ambassador’s diary. First they acquired Christopher Stevens’ diary, then they based reports on it by calling it “a source familiar with Ambassador Stevens’ thinking,” and finally, two days later when confronted, they admitted they had the diary and gave it back to his family. Just when you think these media twerps can’t sink any lower… they do.

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Big Al
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Big Al

I find that CNN hasn’t been lifting quotes from The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream lately.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

The only headline I would like to hear from CNN is that they’re filing for chapter 7 protection.

Newsel
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Newsel

His journal, private property and an invasion of privacy. Nail CNN and Anderson to the cross of their own making.

redabogado
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redabogado

Maybe he was hoping to see some nude male photos, go Anderson!!

Trickie
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Trickie

ANDERSON COOPER 812

JPTravis
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I’ve read some rumors that Stevens was gay, so maybe you’re on to something. Maybe Cooper was making sure he wasn’t mentioned in the diary.

Ruben
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Ruben

CNN… the most busted name in news.

CO2Insanity
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Here’s one time I wouldn’t mind seeking Gloria Allread suing the eff out of someone.

deepthinker
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deepthinker

POS is all you can say. How in the hell can anyone consider CNN a news agency any more?

Trickie
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Trickie

The 5 or 6 people who watch it does.

MDLION
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MDLION

A creepy and seedy act by CNN.

hisham
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hisham

I never really considered CNN a credible source of news. Because when they hit the media big back during Desert Shield and then Desert Storm, I knew from my own intel sources and from my own first hand knowledge of what was actually going on, that they were lying then…and they’re still at it all these long years later…nope, not much has changed.

JPTravis
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I’m kind of amazed that they would illicitly acquire a dead man’s personal diary and use it on the air. That’s pretty slimy. They must have known it was a low thing to do or the would have identified where they were getting their information.

TheBad
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TheBad

“I’m kind of amazed … That’s pretty slimy.”

What’s there to be amazed about? This has been SOP for the left for over a century.