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No, because there are plenty of journalists who have no training who know the difference between right and wrong, and I accept that, and he should have known what he was doing was wrong, but nobody told him. I think in terms of plagiarism, it wasn't as stark and as severe as the Jayson Blair case. He wasn't fabricating hard news, as far as I was aware.

On the Wikipedia, he was able to produce evidence that he acted in the way he did -- I mean, I don't want to too much into this.

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