Investigative Journalism

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Investigative Journalism

Bradley Mattes   |   February 25, 2016

Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation are suing David Daleiden for his undercover videos exposing illegal conduct.  They’re upset he infiltrated their ranks by posing as someone he wasn’t.  Well it’s investigative journalism.  Just like a new reality TV show airing next month by the A and E Network called Sixty Days In.  Seven people using fake inmate credentials infiltrated the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  For two months the cameras recorded the goings on exposing drug deals, brutality and other crimes inside the jail.  Officers, fellow inmates and staff didn’t know what was going on.  So why isn’t A and E Network getting sued?  It’s call investigative journalism.  The abortion industry’s desperate attempt to hide the truth will fail.

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