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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Dawn Neesom
Journalists working at one of Britain's feistiest tabloids do exaggerate headlines, dramatize reporting and occasionally go too far, the paper's editor acknowledged Thursday.
A former tabloid newspaper editor told Britain's media ethics inquiry Thursday that he published an inflammatory story about the parents of a missing girl because he thought there was a possibility the story could be true.
Neesom said her paper's mission was to entertain, but she evaded claims that the paper systematically distorted stories to titillate its readership.
Neesom agreed the ash cloud terror story may have "over-egged the pudding."