Devious Eavesdropping Whale: “CNN hit with defamation lawsuit in Florida over alleged false narrative about Afghanistan evacuations.” Perhaps a mere 100 yards between CNN and the truth may have precluded the defamation lawsuit from ever occurring. According to her LinkedIn profile, Anna Beth Jager (and not Ana Cabrera), a “Public Relations Manager” for CNN, did not return a response to ALM (Law/dot/com)/DBR Daily Business Review with commentary as of the date the article was posted on their corporate website. ALM mocks CNN’s slogan in the article by adding beneath the headline, “the most trusted name in news” is in the hot seat for sensational reporting that allegedly failed to include basic due diligence to ensure its accuracy, according to new claims in a federal lawsuit.”
Needless to say, this enigmatic post, particularly the way in which it’s presented, may not make a whole lot of sense to viewers. However, it does for segments of the news industry and their surreptitious activities. Yet, the post still provides onlookers with some humor and genuine information.
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