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Channel 4 News must choose between journalism and advocacy propaganda regarding Sri Lanka

Engage Sri Lanka’s media monitoring project, Sri Lanka Media Watch, has called upon Britain’s Channel 4 News programme to choose between legitimate journalism and advocacy propaganda in its focus on Sri Lanka.

Channel 4’s gutter journalism seems to be searching new ways of fulfilling their stinky agendas.

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Gaddafi’s Mediterranean birthplace of Sert and the strategic mountain town of Bani Walid are now pools of blood. Fierce clashes erupted between the anti-Gaddafi forces and Gaddafi-loyal forces had left nearly two million people dead and wounded.

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Matthew Russell Lee of Inner City Press has done it again ! He has again proved how unprofessional his journalism is. Matthew Russell Lee of Inner City Press is a person who openly appeared on behalf of LTTE terrorists.

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Venue: screening of the “Lies agreed upon” video – organized by UN correspondents association

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Now this Channel 4′s video on Sri Lanka “Killing Fields” has raised serious questions on its “authenticity”. Inability of Channel 4 to verify the credibility of the sources from which Channel 4 has received these videos which they claim to be of Sri Lankan Security Forces committing so-called “war crimes” has shown the lack of Channel 4′s professionalism.

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“Sri Lanka’s Killing fields” is the latest video footage released by Channel 4 (UK) which alleges the Sri Lankan security forces for committing so-called “war crimes”. Channel 4 has recently emerged with some compilation of footages from mobile phones and small camera’s (as Channel 4 says) which they claim to reveal the so-called “war crimes committed by Sri Lankan Security Forces during the last phases of Sri Lanka’s Civil War”.

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Secretary of Defence of Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa bashed and successfully thwarted yet another attempt of LTTE-proxy led BBC’s attempt to tarnish the image of Sri Lankan troops alleging on war crimes.

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