Best Lawyers For Falonies?

The news is that, like many of the “celebrities” who whined about their mistreatment at the hands (er, er …) of Rolling Stone magazine, Rolling Stone has finally admitted to some mistakes and apologized for them. The New York Times reports:

Rolling Stone magazine on Thursday apologized for what it called a failure of journalistic judgment in its coverage of the 2014 massacre at an Oregon college after publishing an article by Sabrina Rubin Erdely about rape allegations against one of its writers. The online version of the magazine published a letter from Jann Wenner, co-founder and publisher emeritus, saying that there had been errors in fact checking Ms. Erdely’s reporting on accused assailant Mr. Upham. He also said he would provide more money toward victims’ services at Umpqua Community College where Ms. Erdely reported being raped as well as restitution to other students whose reputations were harmed by her story selection and publication…. “It now appears certain portions of our original report were deeply flawed — principally because we made assumptions based upon incomplete information and relied on erroneous sources or chronologies when making judgments about individual events described in Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s piece, which ultimately do not withstand scrutiny; nor does important context relating to statements made by individuals quoted within Sabrina Rubin Erdery’s article regarding those events survive contact with reality or sober reflection – especially given what was widely

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