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News Station Airs Doctored Photo Of Petraeus Biography [VIDEO]

A Denver news station put up a doctored photo of the General David Petraeus biography “All In”  written by his alleged mistress.  The station needed an image of the cover of Broadwell’s “All In” to show viewers.  They found the cover on the internet, unfortunately they made a bad choice. The reporter grabbed an image that had been doctored to read “All Up In My Snatch” then put it on TV, right next to an image of Broadwell.  The station later released a statement explaining the mistake, and blamed it on a harried editor.  Another example of haste makes waste.  But truly hilarious.

 

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