Tag: UVA Rape Hoax

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Nolte: Days After Sale Announcement, Botched Gang-Rape Story Returns to Haunt Rolling Stone

Under the apparent belief that all of the legal problems stemming from a discredited 2014 story about an unproven gang rape at the University of Virginia (UVA) were now over, Jann Wenner, founder and majority-owner of Rolling Stone magazine, put his “Bible of the Counterculture” up for sale. But just days after announcing the sale, the leftwing publication has been hit with yet-another legal setback involving the UVA debacle.

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Gutfeld: Rolling Stone Was Tricked By Its Biases, Not ‘Jackie’

Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld said that Rolling Stone was ” tricked by their own biases” not the accuser “Jackie” in their now-discredited UVA rape story on Monday’s broadcast of “The Five” “The magazine says they were tricked by

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MSNBC’s Geist: ‘Jaw-dropping’ Rolling Stone Writer Kept Job

On Monday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, co-host Willie Geist questioned the reaction of Rolling Stone magazine’s management to a Columbia Journalism Review “autopsy” of its November 2014 story of a University of Virginia rape allegation against a fraternity that may

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No One Fired After Rolling Stone’s Colossal Rape Debacle

Of course no one was or will be fired at “Rolling Stone” in the wake of the left-wing outlet’s colossal debacle in misreporting a gang rape that almost certainly didn’t happen at the University of Virginia. When you’re an activist

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CNN’s Brian Stelter: Rolling Stone to Retract UVA Rape Story

On his Sunday “Reliable Sources” broadcast on CNN, host Brian Stelter told viewers he expects Rolling Stone magazine to retract a November 2014 story by Sabrina Rubin Erdely that alleged a rape at a University of Virginia campus fraternity. The formal

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Police Find No Evidence of Gang Rape at UVA Fraternity

Charlottesville police announced the results of their investigation into an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house in 2012. Police say they have no proof the incident occurred and note that the woman who made the accusation has refused to cooperate.