Flagrant case of journalistic misconduct

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I refer to this ‘online exclusive' op-ed piece from the New Straits Times , " They got their Royal Commission of Inquiry but will they stop their lynching? ", by Azmi Anshar, datelined July 27, 2009.

The general level of integrity and professionalism in our news media notwithstanding, I have to say that the article is as egregious a case of journalistic misconduct as I have ever come across.

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