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Fox Fires Journalists That Wont Lie; Court Rules: Ok
09-18-2006, 03:34 PM,
Fox Fires Journalists That Wont Lie; Court Rules: Ok

The short version is that Fox turned a couple of it's journalist loose to investigate what they wanted to. They pursued the issue of hormones made by Monsanto that are used in dairy cows and how it gets into the milk and meat products. They were told by Fox to change the story and lie about what they found. When they refused, they were fired. A Florida court rules that fox has no obligation to report the truth.....

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