The Washington Post published a story “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say” (Fake News) in which it noted that 200 sites were identified by “experts” PropOrNot as spreading fakes news at the behest of the Russian government.
The Washington Post Fake News article has been widely criticized by many news outlets including the Intercept (‘disgraceful”) and Rolling Stone Magazine (shameful and disgusting)
Natural News one of the sites mentioned in the Fake News article Natural News has demanded an apology and retraction, with the threat of a class action law suit if none is forthcoming.
Naked Capitalism has also requested an apology and retraction without an explicit threat of a lawsuit. Naked Capitalism request, however came from attorney Jim Moody, who has argued cases before the Supreme Court. Mr. Moody’s letter requests a response in three days.
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