Juan Williams Gets Caught Plagiarizing


Williams’ excuse making is unacceptable. 
All he can say to defend himself is that 
he meant to plagiarize the researcher 
that he was using as an uncredited ghost writer 
and didn’t know the researcher’s work was flawed. 
And for Williams, these types of journalistic errors 
wouldn’t be a one off. Williams has a long history 
of taking journalistic shortcuts as chronicled 
in this 2012 Vanity Fair article about NPR, 
Williams’ former employer, 
and an accompanying article 
about Williams himself.

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