Friday, October 5, 2018

NY Times Now Finds Ari Fuld’s Death Not Fit for Website Either - by Ira Stoll

...It’s not too late for the Times to publish a follow-up article of its own — ideally, one that might remain in the historical record permanently rather than being erased automatically after a couple of weeks. Fuld will be remembered regardless of what the Times does. But what the Times does will be remembered too.

Ira Stoll..
03 October '18..

Not only did The New York Times find the murder of Ari Fuld, an Israeli-American who was fatally stabbed last month by a Palestinian Arab, not fit to print, but now the newspaper has taken the additional step of purging from its online archives the wire service accounts of his death.

In an article for The Algemeiner last month, I wrote that a search for “Ari Fuld” on the Times website turned up “a wire-service report by Reuters and another by the Associated Press. But there’s no staff-written report by the Times. The wire service reports did not make it into Monday or Tuesday’s print version.”

Now even those two wire-service reports have been erased from the Times website. Clicking on the links that once brought them up now generates the message, “Page No Longer Available. This news-agency article is no longer available on”

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