Reporter urged to seek counseling

Kelley fabricated stories
Former USA Today reporter Jack Kelley, accused by that newspaper of fabricating many stories, has evangelical admirers in a spin because the journalist was celebrated for his Christian witness. Kelley’s Christian friends are urging the discredited reporter to acknowledge his errors and seek counseling, according to Christianity- Today.com.

USA Today reported March 19 that its team of journalists “found strong evidence that Kelley fabricated substantial portions of at least eight major stories, lifted nearly two dozen quotes or other material from competing publications, lied in speeches he gave for the newspaper and conspired to mislead those investigating his work.”

 

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