So … you have “reason to believe” a stabbing happened, …

Comment on A stabbing that didn’t happen? by Katie Weiss.

So … you have “reason to believe” a stabbing happened, but will not publish the alleged victim’s name – or the sources you got the information from – and have no idea why the crime was not reported. What?
[ED – Sometimes a story lies in unanswered questions. Our sources are credible. We need to protect the privacy of the woman and her children. Why does the hospital not answer the question: “Did you treat those people?” If so, they were obliged to make a report. For the public to have faith in the system, that question needs to be answered.]

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