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Fire probe reveals no signs of meth lab

March 20, 2013

BRIDGEPORT — There was “definitely no meth lab” at the village apartment where three children died during a fire Sunday, Ohio State Fire Marshal's Office spokesman Michael Duchesne said....

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Mar-21-13 5:12 AM

LifeLongOV, it is a word for word reprint because the Intel/NR owns the Times Leader.

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Mar-20-13 11:32 PM

Where are the older stories about the meth lab rumors? Did prominate business man want them removed? Small town, no secrets...we'll know who it is though some of us already do know. Is the Times Leader trying to remove and hide their shameful publications? It's still in print. What a joke.

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Mar-20-13 11:19 PM

Kim North and the Times Leader, how would you feel if you woke from a coma to find your children were dead and the local media was feeding into rumors, saying your children were dead because of a meth lab? Very unprofessional, cruel and frankly it's junior high drama to spread rumors. I'm still disgusted by all of this. You are all pathetic and even more so to not even apologize to this family!

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Mar-20-13 2:14 PM

LifeLong... Not much of a challenge there!

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Mar-20-13 1:13 PM

Cut and Paste reporting!! Wow. Who would have thought that from the TL staff? Not me!!!

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Mar-20-13 12:10 PM

"well known Bridgeport businessman" ?

HINT: Could be an ex politician

HINT: It aint Charlie Wilson

Ol Kim got duped, and NO scoop from this person that LOVES to talk, and hear his own voice. L O L

Any guesses ?

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Mar-20-13 11:06 AM

Sadly, many people wouldn't have even thought about the possibility of there being a meth lab, or a meth lab blowing up, thus causing the fire...Until they read that information in this very news paper! This "news" paper that chose to print gossip, rumor and heresay from a "well known business man" that they wouldn't even identify. This is shameful. I for one have stopped my subscription to the Times Leader, and have contacted several businesses that I patronize, and have encouraged them to no longer support this publication with their advertising dollars. Notice I called this a publication, NOT a "newspaper". They don't print the "news" and obviously have lost much of their journalistic integrity. I'm now wondering how many other stories they've published that contained rumor and gossip they heard on the street?

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Mar-20-13 10:37 AM

Does anyone find it "odd" that a different reporter is covering this story now ?

In fact it appears to be a "word for word" reprint from the Intel/NR.

Maybe, Kim North headed South. L O L

Yet, no retraction or apology from the Crimes Leader for inaccurate reporting, or printing "hearsay".

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