NY Times Goes Wonky. Yet Again

Neal Boortz pointed out an article in the NY Slimes from the 8th regarding the Chapel Hill terrorist attack:

 According to statements taken by the police, Mr. Taheri-azar, 22, an Iranian-born graduate of the university, felt that the United States government had been “killing his people across the sea” and that his actions reflected “an eye for an eye.”

As Neal pointed out, that never appeared anywhere else but the Times. None of the other papers, nor the bloggers who covered this, found that anywhere. What he really said:

Court documents said Taheri-azar told a UNC-CH police detective that “people all over the world are being killed in war and now it is the people in the United States[’] turn to be killed.” Police say he also told them he intended to kill people when he drove into The Pit, a campus gathering spot.

“Really, it’s to punish the government of the United States for their actions around the world,” he told the dispatcher.

That is from the 911 tapes. Where did the Times get their BS from? I cannot find what they printed anywhere within the Triangle media. Hell, you can listen to the 911 tape yourself.

Can anyone, including the Times, show where their so called quote came from?

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2 Responses to “NY Times Goes Wonky. Yet Again”

  1. Angel says:

    From their writer’s overworked imagination no doubt..but what do ya expect from the NY not really with the Times eh?..ugh.

  2. They still seem to think that they won’t get caught. I wrote back n 2004 that the Left was not “internet ready,” and they still do not seem to get it.

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