'SiCKO' Truth Squad
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CNN vs. THE TRUTH (Roundup); CNN admits two errors
'SiCKO' Truth Squad recaps weeklong CNN-Moore war.
CNN Report Highlights Mainstream Media Cancer
CNN vs. THE TRUTH (Round II); Sanjay Gupta stands corrected
In response to Sanjay Gupta's appearance with Michael Moore on the July 10th broadcast of Larry King Live.
A line-by-line breakdown of Sanjay Gupta's false claims and inaccurate statements
CNN vs. THE TRUTH; The Situation Room stands corrected
In response to Dr. Sanjay Gupta's biased reporting on 'SiCKO' during the July 8th, 2007 broadcast of... The Situation Room.
A line-by-line breakdown of CNN's "fact check" piece
AP vs. THE TRUTH; The Associated Press stands corrected
In response to "'Sicko' Gives Opponents Little Say," by Kevin Freking and Linda A. Johnson, Associated Press, June 30, 2007.
A line-by-line breakdown of the AP's "fact check" article
USA Today Corrects Their False Statement Regarding 'SiCKO'
USA Today tried to criticize some facts in Sicko, but admits that they made a mistake. We thank USA Today for printing a correction on at least one point. The film is correct: "A June 22 story on Michael Moore's movie Sicko questioned the accuracy of the claim that health care in the United States costs $7,000 a person a year. Ken Sunshine, a Moore spokesman, said the source of the estimate is the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which placed the cost at $6,697 per capita in 2005." -- USA Today, Page 2A, June 29th, 2007