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Monday, August 30, 2004

Reuters Editor's Email 'Sad But Revealing,' Pro-Life Group Says

No there is no media bias at all. They don't have thier own opinions and definately don't have it influence thier wrtings. Right and hell just froze over. everyone that writes has a bias and their views influence their opinions. It is absurd to say otherwise. You know my opinions, why doen't the bid "media" just come out and say tjhey are biased. Everything anybopdy writes is in their own bias and their bias influences that writing. Just come out and say you hate Bush and conservatives. It's allright, we already know your opinions and biases. Reuters Editor's Email 'Sad But Revealing,' Pro-Life Group Says

(CNSNews.com) - A Reuters news service editor sent an e-mail to a pro-life group last week, criticizing the group's stance on abortion as well as its support of the Bush administration. The angry email has prompted the pro-life group to question the editor's journalistic integrity.

According to the National Right to Life Committee, the email came "out of the blue" from Todd Eastham, a news editor for Reuters. Eastham was responding to a press release that the National Right to Life Committee sent to hundreds of news outlets after a federal judge in New York struck down a ban on partial birth abortion.

Eastham's email read as follows: "What's your plan for parenting & educating all the unwanted children you people want to bring into the world? Who will pay for policing our streets & maintaining the prisons needed to contain them when you, their parents & the system fail them? Oh, sorry. All that money has been earmarked to pay off the Bush deficit. Give me a frigging break, will you?"

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