The Jayson Blair Scandle
How plagiarizm effected The New York Times
What he did
Jayson Blair was accused of plagiarizing articles and papers, when publishing his stories in the New
York Times. All evidence proves that Jayson did Plagiarize articles and used them for his own
accord. There is also no evidence whatsoever that he did not commit this crime. They have the
proof that Jayson did not fly or travel to the places that he said that he reported at. Jaysonindeed did plagiarize the articles he published and was punished thoroughly.
by Michael Korbin
How Jason effected the New York Time's reputation
by Mateo Schwartz-Torres
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