The Washington Post and Jonathan Capehart seem to be unwilling to accept the evidence and refuse to admit that they were wrong. They did not update the article. They did not admit their mistake.
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Washington Post writer and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart has been getting barraged on Twitter for his column stating, quite definitively, that “hands up, don’t shoot” was based on a lie. Capehart, guest-hosting Hardball, responded on-air tonight to the abuse he’s been getting.
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"Blue and green?" a perplexed Capehart replied. "You're not used to seeing blue and green together, Joe?" "I leave town and
Blow, Capehart and O'Donnell took turns questioning Oliver about his relationship to Zimmerman. Oliver characterized himself
Capehart insisted that that was not true. "He’s not silent on this,” Capehart countered. “The President and the Justice Department
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Jonathan Capehart at The Trevor Project Benefit from Elizabeth Glover on Vimeo.
For the benefit of the alien race that will one day pick through the remains of our society, I'll point out that in the early
Overnight, Capehart posted a correction: Capehart wrote an article baesd on a tweet the account sent last week: Capehart
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