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I never, ever watch CNN, but decided to take a peak at the state of the debased American corporate news by watching their "reportage" on the Dorner case.

OMFG!  What a total disgrace!  In the segment I watched they were engaging in the type of biased, uninformed, and manipulative commentary you would expect in East Germany fifty year ago.

They said something (with sadistic glee) about Dorner being "hunted down like an animal!"  Can't they just report the news?  Wow!

And what's with their constant haranguing about the reason they don't have live helicopter feed because Dorner could shoot them!  My God, it is really, really bad.  I won't even waste my time commenting on all the reasons they shame the once-venerable profession of journalism.

There is one good thing, though.  Today, February 12th, 2013, the corporate news conglomerate died!  From now on, any discernible and perceptive citizen will know they are an odious propaganda tool for their corporate masters.

RIP, CNN, and the rest of the U.S. corporate media.  And good riddance.

It is now our duty, as citizens to unplug from the poisonous mental venom these organization peddle.  Support non-corporate, individual, non-profit news sources.  

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