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Exposing the CBC/WFP double-team smear of a hero cop

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Exposing the CBC/FP double-team smear of a hero cop
Some of the shoddiest journalism in recent times appeared this long August weekend when the CBC and Winnipeg Free Press doubled teamed on a blatant smear of a veteran city police officer. In the latest example of narrative journalism these media outlets spun stories with total disregard for facts that contradicted the central message of the reports which, simplified, is: police are bad and the system is covering up.
Let's start with the story on the taxpayer funded CBC by Sarah Petz that can be summed up in the lead.
"A February incident where an off-duty Winnipeg officer allegedly knocked a suspect unconscious wasn't reported to the province's police watchdog, and one criminologist says it shows how flawed oversight of law enforcement can be."
There you have it. A policeman, not even …
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