The editors of Wednesday Journal did a disservice to its readers for publishing the opinion piece "One young man's view on firearms" [Viewpoints, March 19]. The editors acknowledged that at least one quotation was inaccurate. We don't know if it was correct but wrongly attributed or fabricated. What about the other quotes? Why publish the piece at all knowing the inaccuracy? Edit out the wrong quote. Give the author a chance to correct the piece. To print it with the inaccuracy casts doubt on whatever the author wrote. To print it while simultaneously recognizing the inaccuracy reduces the editorial integrity of the Wednesday Journal.
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