“ So should we also not quote the police’s version of the story, since they too have a strong…
Paul Frantizek

And really, what is it that you want journalists to do? Write “The Family’s Lawyer says the man was unarmed, but he might be lying to get more money for the family and himself. And the police say the man was armed, but they might be lying to deny money to the family.”

How about they just quote both sides and let people decide for themselves if the people are lying for self-interests?

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