Pink Slime

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ABC Wants Dismissal of $1.2 Billion ‘Slime’ Suit

A South Dakota circuit court judge heard arguments on Dec. 17 from both sides in the lawsuit by Beef Products Inc. (BPI) against ABC News over its coverage of lean finely textured beef in 2012.
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Update: Pink Slime Case Sent to State Court

ABC News’ request for a dismissal denied by South Dakota federal judge.
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MSNBC Uses Bogus Picture to Bash Beef

‘News Nation’ hypes Politico story on return of lean beef to some school lunches.
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Politico Back to Sliming Lean Finely Textured Beef

As beef returns to some schools Politico attacks the product ABC damaged in 2012.
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Lefty Eco Site Grist Slams Beef Lawsuit Against ABC as ‘Bitter’

Inaccurate report also ignores loss of jobs, economic harm.
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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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ABC’s Jim Avila: More Activism Than Journalism

Correspondent named in $1.2 billion lawsuit after attacks on lean beef.
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Famous Journalist Brill’s Beef with ABC

Steven Brill finds 13 counts of defamation in BPI’s lawsuit against ABC ‘compellingly persuasive.’
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Iowa Radio Station Dumps ABC Over ‘Pink Slime’ Coverage

Network’s hysterical reporting ‘hurt our community.’
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ABC Cries ‘Super Bug,’ Chicken Industry Cries Foul

Moving on from “pink slime” attack on beef, Jim Avila targets the poultry industry with an unproven theory.
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