2010. One day down, one correction from the L.A. Times obtained:
ACORN: An article in Section A on Sept. 19 about the individuals whose video sting prompted the ACORN scandal incorrectly said one of them had targeted the community activist group because its voter registration drives bring Latinos and African Americans to the polls. Although the organization registers people mostly from those groups, James E. O’Keefe did not specifically mention them. The article was first published in the Washington Post, which published a correction on Sept. 22. The Times had overlooked the correction.
This error was highlighted in my Year in Review post published last night. The correction is the same dishonest correction published in the Washington Post, with the weasel word “specifically” inserted to obscure the fact that O’Keefe did not mention blacks or Latinos at all.
So it’s a dishonest correction, arriving several months late.
Other than that, great job, guys!
P.S. They still have yet to correct the alleged O’Keefe quote fabricated by James Rainey. I’m not holding my breath for that one.