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Ted Nugent to Piers Morgan: Leave Us The Hell Alone

Gordon110 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 2:02 PM
This isn’t the first time Morgan, who loves to sensationalize and embellish, has been at the center of a journalistic ethics controversy. He was sacked from his position as editor of the Daily Mirror in 2004 for faking pictures of British soldiers in Iraq allegedly abusing a prisoner – photos that British Ministry of Defense officials said needlessly endangered the lives of British troops deployed at the time. According to reports, the paper issued a statement saying it had been the victim of Morgan’s “calculated and malicious hoax,” and that the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment – the unit singled out by the Daily Mirror – had been “vindicated” by Morgan’s dismissal.
Gordon110 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 2:05 PM
“In one picture a soldier is seen urinating on a hooded man while in another the hooded man is being hit with a rifle in the groin,” the BBC said.

The report noted that Morgan was ever-defiant and unrepentant to the end.

“According to one report Mr. Morgan refused the demand to apologize, was sacked and immediately escorted from the building,” the BBC‘s Nicholas Witchell.
spartacus3344 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 2:10 PM
He should've been jailed for treason.

To his credit, CNN's Piers Morgan finally made his way out of New York City and into Texas to experience what it's like to shoot an AR-15 at a regulated gun range. While he was there, Ted Nugent stopped by for an interview. As always, things got interesting.