Skip to comments.New plagiarism charge against Fareed Zakaria
Posted on 08/15/2012 6:53:54 PM PDT by InvisibleChurch
The Indian-American author called The Washington Posts charge totally bogus
Indian-American journalist and author Fareed Zakaria, who has been suspended by CNN and Time magazine after he admitted to plagiarism, is now accused of publishing without attribution a passage from a 2005 book, a charge he vehemently denied as totally bogus.
The new allegation against the 48-year-old Zakaria, levelled by The Washington Post, was, however, refuted by The Daily Beast, which said the authors book did contain a citation to what he quoted in his 2008 book The Post-American World.
Mr. Zakarias book contained a quote from the former Intel Corp chief executive, Andy Grove, about the United States economic power, TWP said. It said the first edition of the book, which became a bestseller, made no mention of the comments source, nor does a paperback version published in 2009.
(Excerpt) Read more at thehindu.com ...
We got to cut him slack. It’s tough for commie libs to come up with original thoughts. They aren’t cut out to be thinkers. They’re sheep. Followers.
My guess is that he’ll take off for six months, and eventually appear as independent writer for a national newspaper. He has a problem....mostly that he doesn’t do that much original material.
Not even Obama love can save him; poor thing
Bitch!! “I made a terrible mistake?” Writing the word ‘MISTEAK’ would be a terrible mistake. You sir, are guilty of journalistic theft - plagiarism cannot ever be defined as a MISTAKE, it was a deliberate, pre-meditated and calculated theft, and then you got caught...
Eat shit, Zakaria, then immediately die; and may your writings die with you, Bitch!! :o)
Zak will make a comeback with either the Obama clique or Al Gore’s Current TV.
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