Check Point Argument Credibility

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CheckPoint Part 1: Argument Credibility Find a link to an online video or print news story from your favorite online news source. Your choice of source may range from a major news network to a small opinion magazine, and should not include YouTube or Google Video. Select a story in which claims are made and note the story title and source name. Note: If you cannot obtain a direct link to a video, write a summary of the video’s key points and provide a link to the Web site where you found the clip. Answer the following questions in a 200- to 300-word response: · What claims are being made? · Do the claims conflict with your personal observations? · What background information do you have about the claims? · What is the expertise of the author, if any? · Is the author biased and untrustworthy, or unbiased and trustworthy? Murderer Who Claims Abuse Tells Story A murderer claims that abuse lead to him killing his abuser. Killing his abuser was the last thing he ever wanted to happen. The abuse victim, Aaron sat down with 20/20
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