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News Corp. Trips Up Again With [Insert Adjective] Cartoon
July 21, 2011 / 6:16 PM / in 6 years

News Corp. Trips Up Again With [Insert Adjective] Cartoon

Rupert Murdoch has not made many friends in recent weeks given the phone-hacking scandal tainting his media empire.

A new editorial cartoon in the Times of London won't help matters.

There's not much to say about the cartoon -- it speaks for itself. One Murdoch publication is already guilty of morally and ethically bankrupt journalistic practices. Now another is trying to make those improprieties seem insignificant -- in, to use Rebekah Brooks' favorite word, abhorrent fashion.

Needless to say, response on Twitter has not been exactly favorable:

 

Disgraceful cartoon in the Times. What happened to editorial independence? (via@KathViner) t.co/9vGn5XB

 

HuffPostMedia: Is this cartoon about phone hacking in a Murdoch paper 'horrendous' or just misguided? 

EMMAGKELLER Emma Gilbey KellerAnyone else wondering if this cartoon from today's London Times is part of the Edelman strategy? yfrog.com/kezx9np p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Times New Roman; color: #0000fe} span.s1 {text-decoration: underline}

 

Sarah_Crown Sarah Crown

Absolutely reprehensible. RT@KathViner What do people think of this cartoon in the Times?: lockerz.com/s/122196367

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