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Fake yan! Inquirer caught publishing fake photos of the Marawi incident - Will NUJP budge?

Because their colleagues chose to remain mum on the corruption in media organizations, savvy netizens took it upon themselves to call out an erring media organization who is engaging in publishing propaganda and spreading/ using fake photos.

This time, Philippine Daily Inquirer got caught.

Here's a post from Mike Acebedo Lopez:
INQUIRER.net, you lying sons of bitches. Stop lying to the nation. How many times will you foment the spread of fake news? You better close shop!

Now you're using photos from the 2013 Cotabato City bombing when your favorite Noynoy Aquino was still president and dare pass them off as photos from Marawi at present?

Are you so desperate to sow fear, to create an impression of chaos if only to help depose Duterte that you would go this low? And you think people won't ever find out? Brazen but bobo!

You're garbage that loves to recycle!

Here are the same photos in your website, attached to a 2013 news article on the Cotabato bombings:

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/460041/drugs-eyed-3-arrested-in-cotabato-bombing


UPDATE: To those asking if the screenshot that accompanied my post re INQUIRER.net is verified because it seems the tabloid has taken down their fake post perhaps out of sheer embarrassment that they were found out, well the answer is... aba, of course, I never post without verifying.
And here's the cache to prove. Thanks to Andy Go for helping me get it.

To those who aren't up to speed yet, here's what happened: Inquirer, desperately anti-Digong Inquirer, used photos from the 2013 Cotabato City bombing when Noynoy Aquino was still president and passed them off as current photos from Marawi on their Facebook post this morning. Liar go to hell.


Fake yan! Inquirer caught publishing fake photos of the Marawi incident - Will NUJP budge? Fake yan! Inquirer caught publishing fake photos of the Marawi incident - Will NUJP budge? Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 4:32:00 AM Rating: 5

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