What was reported by the Associated Press and the Daily Mail as a Deadly attack has been revealed as a False Flag event, The Daily Mail reported it on the 31st October 2016:
People inspect the aftermath of a deadly car bomb explosion that hit a popular fruit and vegetable market in a commercial street in Baghdad’s northwestern neighborhood of Hurriyah, Iraq, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. Iraqi police say a parked car bomb exploded in Baghdad’s northwestern neighborhood of Hurriyah on Sunday, killed at least 10 and wounding many. (AP Photo/ Karim Kadim)
However, since then the full video footage of the attack has been leaked and the reality of what happened here is very different indeed.
We understand that we can only report on information that we have, we have to make a judgement on whether the details given at the time are accurate and whether we feel confident to report this in the media, however when mistakes are made it is the responsibility of the media to correct their misjudgement and correct previous reports as necessary.
The Daily Mail and Associated Press have yet to make a statement on this or withdraw previous reports of the attack.
This incident is not the first time the mainstream media have been caught promoting a false narrative, The BBC got caught staging a false Chemical attack in Syria, although the BBC have attempted to justify their lies with claims that footage was switched for reasons of decency the reality is, the BBC lied:
Ofcom backed the BBC and stated that RT News had breached broadcasting regulations by suggesting the BBC had intentionally falsified their broadcast. But it’s clear to anyone with an ounce of intelligence that the BBC in this case, ran a highly deceptive narrative on the events in Syria.
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