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July 20, 2014 7:00 AM

When sources err — or lie: Can journalists catch all untruths?

Journalists’ primary objective should always be to tell the truth — obviously. What happens then when a person being interviewed is deceptive? And is it feasible or even possible for editors, photographers and reporters to detect the dishonesty before it makes its way to publication?

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