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Reuters Report NOT fraudulent

Reuters eventually sent me the link (see below) to the source material on which their report on Israel’s alleged torture of Palestinian children was based. The Reuters report was appallingly badly written and the most sensational parts of the UN Report were highlighted, but, in essence, they simply conveyed the critical message in the UN document.

So now attention must turn to the UN Report itself, and Israel’s response to a damaging document which has been widely publicised globally and is grist to the mill of the anti-Israel propaganda machine. That is a subject for my next post. In the meantime here is Reuters’ response to my enquiry:

Brian Moss, Jun 25 09:34 am (EDT):

Hi, Mike,

Sorry for the delay – the original request apparently was misrouted over the weekend. Here is the link to the report:

I hope you find it useful. Thanks for contacting us.

Best regards,

Brian Moss
Ethics and Standards

Thomson Reuters

Phone: +1 646 223 6290
Mobile: +1 646 270 4737

Mike Berger


4 responses to “Reuters Report NOT fraudulent

  1. Josephine May 17, 2017 at 8:53 pm

    520809 3067. Tucson


  2. Dudley Sharp October 13, 2015 at 7:29 pm


    I had an ethics problem with Reuters (will send if you wish), with Moss, apparently, unaware that he agreed with my position and then said he did not.

    Truly pathetic.

    Dudley Sharp,


  3. Bev Goldman June 26, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    I am quite impressed that they replied to you, despite the dreadful report.



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