Scientology Gets Fact Checked, Huffington Post Gets Overrated, Tea Party Gets a Magazine - 2011-02-08

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F11.png Scientology Gets Fact Checked, Huffington Post Gets Overrated, Tea Party Gets a Magazine February 8, 2011, Joe Coscarelli, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

A Veritable Thetan Army: On with Fresh Air's Terry Gross, Wright explains that the New Yorker used five fact checkers for the extensive article, who totaled 971 double-checked queries for the Church of Scientology:

In September 2010, Wright, his editor, the New Yorker fact-checking team and the magazine's editor-in-chief, David Remnick, met for eight hours with the spokesperson for the Church of Scientology, Tommy Davis, along with Davis' wife and four lawyers representing the church, to discuss the facts in the piece.


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