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Bloody Newsroom: How Fake News from One Station Drove Another Newsroom’s Staff to be Murdered Live on TV

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Follow along as I connect the dots and show you how the actions of the Press surrounding George Zimmerman and the Trayvon Martin shooting, led directly to the death of Alison Parker and Adam Ward. In case you do not remember, they were the two members of the Press that were shot dead on the air while conducting a live television interview on August 26, 2015. This book is strictly my opinion of certain events. I am not an investigative reporter. This book is based on my memory of things, of which I could be wrong. It is opinion, not fact. Do not believe a word of this story without independently verifying it for yourself. Which is exactly what I want you to do. You will be shocked.

C. Rich is an author, poet, freelance ghostwriter and blogger. He grew up on the streets and beaches of South Florida and has a “baked in” perspective of life. He is a consumer of all things American culture and gives his opinion on all of it.

He’s a lifelong backpacker and has climbed the highest mountains east of the Mississippi that the country has to offer. He has also climbed a large portion of the Appalachian Trail from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine. His writings have been recognized by CNBC and his words have reached across the globe.

Love him or hate him, because there is nothing in between. He has been called the Archie Bunker of the Twenty-First Century and he rails against political correctness. C. Rich sees the world through a sarcastic and sardonic mind. Following his writings is a journey of political incorrectness, discovery and pure madness.

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