ANDREW LINN states
Nevertheless, the Group’s Dirty Tricks Department has come up with a new ploy. Finally conscious of its web site’s practically non-existent credibility, theirlatest tactic is to feed heavily loaded information to UK financial journalists writing in little-known UK publications. If an article follows, they post it on theirweb site crediting the publication in question, and quoting a ‘UK publication’ source that they hope will be more credible than their own flawed postings.
Tony Hetherington is the UK’s Nº. 1 financial investigative journalist who has been a regular correspondent for Times newspapers, the Mail newspaper group and many other newspapers and magazines for many years.
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