See also: Blair
Jayson Blair (born the March 23rd 1976) is old a Journaliste NewYork Times , of which he resigns after being shown of Plagiat and fraudulent notes of expenses. In April 2003, the Times publishes in an article signed by Blair on the family of an American soldier killed in Iraq. The similarities between this article and another published in the San Antonio Express lead quickly to an internal survey which shows that the young journalist even never moved with the Texas to meet the family in question. May 1st 2003, Jayson Blair resigns after being confronted by its editor association. A team especially created with the NewYork Times discovers that Jayson Blair “bidonné” several tens of articles at the time of its short career to the Times . In the tread of its resignation, several other scandals burst with the drafting of the newspaper, leading to the resignation of other journalists and part of the executive team. The “business Jayson Blair” is not without evoking the scandal which in the Années 1990 struck the magazine The New Republic , where the young journalist Stephen Glass published many entirely invented articles partially or.
He is also the author of Burning Down my Master' S House , a book published in 2004 where he reports his track records, putting his errors on the account of the pressure imposed by the New Yorkean famous daily newspaper as on mental health disorders requiring a psychiatric treatment which he then refused to follow, taking refuge in the alcohol and the Cocaïne.
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