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Morintha Porter CRT/205 Analyzing Credibility I think that from watching the "Giuliani remembers 9/11" news clip, I believe that the sources are credible. Larry King’s news reports are always shown live, unless it is a repeat, I know that wasn’t a repeat. The CNN creators paid for the televised event. CNN is a very good source of information and its credibility is trustworthy. While viewing this video clip, I did feel my emotions coming back from the 9/11 tragedy. Listening to Rudy Giuliani, I felt that he was very credible, but some of his comments/responses were opinionated, but we all have our own opinion and concerns on how to protect and keep safe our country. Sense Rudy Giuliani’s first hand knowledge of 9/11; I am going to say that his opinion is trustworthy. As far as any slants from viewing the clip, I detected that CNN supports Rudy Giuliani’s political views and some of his comments on protecting the USA and our troops.
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Unformatted text preview: Giuliani states that although there have not been any more attacks in the USA, a reminder is that Bin Laden is still out there and needs to be captured. This example is credible because the USA government is spending a lot of time, manpower, and money trying to locate Bin Laden and to protect this country and others from harm. When I think about how this video clip reflects to the society at large, I find that the sources are very credible. My reasoning is at the time of the attack of 9/11 Rudy Giuliani was the mayor of New York, and has first hand knowledge of the events that unfolded that day. Giulianis actions at that time and his continual concerns about the countrys safety are trustworthy. I was not skeptical of any of the sources credibility in this video clip. I did not detect any bias in this video clip....
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course CRT crt 205 taught by Professor Hailimarotti during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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