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August 16, 2005

NYT's first coverage of Air America scandal ends in a correction

The struggling propagandists in New York City just can't buy a break. First it takes them two weeks to finally cover the Air America scandal, which generates this correction:

A New York Times story on Page A9 Saturday misquoted comments made on the air by Al Franken, the host of an Air America radio program. Referring to Evan Cohen, a former network official whom Franken accused of having engineered a loan from a Bronx social service agency to the network, Franken said: "I don't know why they did it, and I don't know where the money went. I don't know if it was used for operations, which I imagine it was. I think he was robbing Peter to pay Paul."

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