As most of you know, I, and quite a few others, correct the media on death penalty issues, when we can. It is impossible to keep up with all of the errors and/or one sided presentations – they are too many and too frequent.
However, I didn’t realize that the media’s credibility was, generally, this horrendous. FYI.
In 2005, Pew Media Research found that 45% of respondents said they could believe little to nothing that was written in their daily newspaper. (1)
(1) Media: More Voices, Less Credibility, Trends 2005, p. 49, Pew Media Research, pewresearch(dot)org/assets/files/trends2005-media.pdf
Dudley Sharp, Justice Matters, 713-622-5491